The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
July 12, 1834
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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.' --authorised announce Maj.: : --j. .- ,
"Rre' .
: : .. .
j:1IOS.. JEFFERSON GREEN, as' ------ -- = 4- :-1HL4 I -irck' -* .
odidalc It) reprSCflt Leon county in theCouncil. TIlE -q&@ dI is ov-1

;Lr.gislatlve I Ire FLoILiDm whirlwind of passion has passed-.-aod pvrceiro'\
the tramopge waste of those friendly relaticts
Col. H.
8uthf'trised to announce e. which exiJlt in "e-lerj -god and well regutt 4'

, "W. BRADEN, as Candidate to te1 = society ? How many enthcui -actorriri u;

1 t Ieatl county in the next Legislative = 'LAISSEZTfOUsFAIRE." heated political struggle hav:not afienftrds*

'r -- I to mourn ov /the desolation. which. '
1 ancil.s r f their own
[* Candidate ati the Election in SeptemberMembers = --- '.1L aljl i a11J a9 In Florida hare
-- 1th
I mC --- .- DLQV'UJJ 4 we now OQB common para- S
& ----
tt' Counul -
Lecislative ----------------
ot the next ------------ _.. .
. f r"-dby MANY VOTERS. Ar Letters remaining in the Post Office at --:: ---- -- mount object.of-'interesCand.that i is the inv

fVlUsuPP 30th of June, 1834: which if not .[ BY AUTHORITY. provemont atjd advanceme $M3f oUr
out by the first of October taker -_ TO THE PEOPLE OF FLORIDA. < common
. authorised to announce DUNCAN next, will be scut to the On this .
ZrtW are General Post Office as dead Letrers. Fellow-Citizens country. subjedt, we'rrfl'n.mkr** k-

McPHEKSON rsq. as a Can- n. Allen 2 A. K. ; united. Can Itfiere be" a-more .eroitioU9'-pe.

to represent Leon county in the next ii-Lt-mu-l C. Bins, ,George Allison L. The attitude in which I am placed towards rio<:? to advaince, the'best' inteWsb of(be'&i .

, l ate COUIICI1.dTE Ban ch, J.n Bale Lara Brow, Barr Alfed, Edward Bryane. the voter of the Territory, by the announcement tory than the pr4h? "Thfi', 'nati.>tial !aebt '

'gi51ative authorised to announce Col. C--Cnx. John 1'\. Cash f_ urrer., BenJ. Chappel, Harris Ca1lin' lIuSfS -1- .' of my name as a candidate for Delegateto paid, and* 'an 6 rft\h\trig tre -ury. 'en,

are Congress at the next election, creates correlative w hile'thi States art .
n-\r quftrtollinHfitv: to wba'trcfispo'.sftien
M. WHITE, as a Candidate torescI li.lI.ns DicksonS John Dickson -
JOS. SOH, it; '. EickonVilliarn Arm Dirk- rights and obligation* between them : sb-xlbc? made of the iin.hPdse fondj *
Florida in the 24th Drew :
of Wm. W. Davis ,
Territory and
the States.rrareamii" Marth lay.EJ. myself. While they have, by reason efmy ef f the Unit ,d tsta es,. \\H us tak care of''our
of tbeCci'ed D. Edwards, James C. Era present relation to them the most "
grCS F-Freeman. s. : unquestionable country, as there can be no constitutional
to announce Colonel J A 1\1'>* : Fitzegcrald. right io-inquire fieely into my claimsto scruple against our '
G- ajvucl! LAWS Of TilL UNITED rl ceiving monra fri'tb .the
Granc Thomas STATES
DSUl'N, a candidate to rcpirsuit the ter Grey. PASSED AT THE FIRST the office for which I am a candidate and Federal
il !
G \ -Jaiius H. Hext, David K. Hallaman SESSION OF THE ; iovernrripnt for the improvement the
'.hCon rf's flf the United TWENTY-THIRD CONGRESS.
tlif Prlesilv aho
Florula in D. to exercise this whether
: ).of Juiv2i'ht"l3.,1I licks, Francis 11 yman. right, with a temtory--& securhg from Congress apprdpria-

, B iLJrs.: J-flardtll; Johnson 2, Andrew Johnson 3. AN ACT for the continuance and of the' view to ascertain my personal qualifications, ti o..s to erftj-t all the great objects ofprdve

authorized to -Maj.. WILLIAM h-Samusl l Krifhtan repair: with
J 2 or the strictest
E ari to drcin j the
scrutiny < '
if f WYTT, a Candidate to represent the terr.r .- L-John Lany, John LE ster. Cumberland Road. ; i m eat in the-t'Tritory. It rs" lor us to point but

r of FlondIII the i4th Congress of the United M-Mary J. McKenzie, John McLain, John Mc Be it enacted by the senate and House of orthodoxy of my political princrpl. am I to Congress the objects of improvement, and

t : .y r. __Julv 27th 1833. 30tf MIllan' Henry .Mashburn, William AJartin, James Representatives of the United States of America bound to answer all such enquiries pro show their importance to the States and tottd

t VE;arc .utfoncil to 3flr.r-flV' o, .Alary 'AIcRac, Ait-hiU ou r.uua, r...... in Congress assembled. That the sum perly, and to acquiesce in the deci the territory, and to expect no more than jJ tice. .
rr.1LL AS a ca.uJll.ite 10 re c. J of two hundred tUousuua people-Their will of right must be of Our riversour
' ( Iunal roads-eur
: y' s : :- rcmiahr onnau H. A..Nc-al ic, and tKo widely extended
. ;. ..!:f\.' o:' Frid., in the i ltl "uncross oi Le"tl.e.. t.l UU.T. O-Solomon Owens. Meredith, B. ,Owens.WilliamNclinsv same hereby appropriated, for the purpose uctior. witU their agents, and-of cqu, -coast,-are aI! objects of improvement of the :
" : .M of who IS not of their will should wils1 a
,4 :IlI.C -Win. W. Paramorc, Capt. Jesse, Potts, Amey coLtinumg the Cumberland Road in the represent highest interest to us, and claim our especial

; # L pf'rsons arc forbid to tuJc.for the foU'Jlr.t Painter, David C. Patterson, Charles II. Dupont. State of Ohio ; also, that the sum of one hun them. Indeed, an attempt to misrepresent attention at this"crisis. We can
r deW I Sotci-they havmp been stolen R-Dai id Rankin, John Reed. dred and fifty thousand dollars be their will, would not be less than j political! ',,1.11 .justly.iik from' the reasonably, I
t. dwell;:'" house .1l1 the night of the 12th in S-Thomas Sinisan, Dr. A. G. Sweet, Peter Sim the I fraud. general government .
r I fio:1my: J mons. same is hereby appropriated, for continuing l large app*>prirftionH for the improvement and
It had
, ;"11-: hr EheIH.- Folsom, in my favour, for W David L. White Richard Wilkinson, Harrison the Cumberland road in the State oi Indiana : been very far from my purpose, attIns l protection of our country because of ite im-

,nind t:1\'l'11 JIHars-h' 25:h Decembu. next. Wooten CollinsVoQdbury, \VestG Wmfmy, im- and that the sum of one thousand dollars be early stage of the canvass, to trouble the I meps extent jof coast and peculiar position. -
'' I BjV.. Gausc in my favor, amoun- SOil Wilson.V people with any communication. Although : To
; by appropriated for the
"ivn. general
continuing it
road be
. in the government nvnt a coun- {
1 Uii '-seven doll.irs and fifty ccnts- -Henry F. Yon e, Phillip Yoncc, Da\id various calls have
.. -' tl' < ,\ ; D. State of Illinois which been made on me to give i tr of nterest.Vh'.
Y shall y great ther
onc. ; sums be considered in
7"* V 23th December M. BLUE, P. 1'. paid the public of
an crecrf
. loijl..V ''m: *b v Jt-Un Stephens, payable to John Cuf" .uly 5-Jj, 1S34. 1473(7] ( letters) out of any money nt otherwise appropriatedand and exposition ray political reference to cormnerce, or to a state of war, s

- 't.tire dollar.-?,-on which it tWO crdisd11as TODWARD replaced out of tho fund reserved for laying public remarks made on my poscie, yet its position makes it extremely important to
: rach due the 25tii uf CHANDLER will practice Law m believing thdt w* mad ill obedience
-was on thuy ire not
: out and the United States.
.v JSlA roads Sofar
I .r.fljr>eu : iv"Vbv. J ., the Middle and Western Districts of Florid making under the directionof there has been
. 'I..t'li t' ; Allen Adorns in i uvor of Ilcrckiah} Tallahassee, June 87, 1531. I 11C.4w] Congress, by the several acts passed for t" the wih of'the people! ; bu to answer r mini4tod' by Congress a favorable feeling :
; 'f !
v 1': other ends, 1 have refrained from mal il
g. v/'iv-fvr doilars-r-diu (-n the 24th of the absence of WM the admission of the States of Ohio, Indianaand ; I j towards our country. And there can be but .
. llch endorsed a credit of DURING the J Jllmoisc any reply to them : nut haviiig learned from little d that
: ust.
. D Cf: ,.s:-:1 V : vs.3 will act as the agent of E. S. RoBtKTS into tho Union, on au equal foot continued efforts must secure
Co. ing with the vinous: quarters, that the report was current"!I
ell( 4 ongionil St it,s. appropriations equal to oar utmost wishosr.:
. :'I *..V. Ilru"EA.: .".' i, Infivjrof Win R. J. HACMLEY. Sec. that ould not contiirue a candidate in certain Ievents have
.J' made
.I' 2. \ url be it further enacted That a digress; n. It i is quite times for
, .! < <4'>!l U.v-Jv.l: tiot l'ccvlhd'll-w. tilel J .1'I 2 B" 13t. an ', I
t'i! *
[ nfl ,
ail. understood UuWti
.Ed"."; UJ'."". \.If".ro t. alld p\pcr-a dscri offirei of thi- corps of engineers, to bo selected having too, sefl\ it, to fpcak to the objects of this communication.
The dc- NOTICE.A the verai portions oT the. territory :uy political .
0"! \\w fa ':a' !.u: in iivcu .corrc--tly. by Deportment ot ,'t'are shall b- charged -
"I;;; \viPS \\'ire caritaimd in a Lahskiii Pjikct- t-wilh[ regard to the rumour, that I will
EJ";. ....:h aI11\k. T-.vthf( D[ .larj! 1&: Buik !uPils! and, CTS uf D:.nnsbion: fr Jt1 the Administration I moneys ;ippop'iated \ sider.mous "ju-iii'v -loparturo decline
i : for the candidate in
ron-iruftion being a certain
On' D jllar: of tl.e \Mcrcha- ii jn ihe estate of 3..A\I"I Gairet' dece' 1 Ktc of'' of tho Cum fie 1''I events
III'| t\'lm'p-a roii in course < 1 -llcncu h'1' mouths
Hull cf !!-r.'ll:14 tv.) One Dollar! bills pt J: i I' ., J ',, r.trIUlt1L hm- :7i 1"1-t. J Illinois hOC, laid !.W to addr'.:-.*:> tbe pc-uj}.Ic.Tiiougii .- rit would arid the
ci' B.\ntt CI1 .\ t :I \, 1.1\( [llG.I.: ] ; arid that ::H1 d otfir'eroh'ill have, under to political excitement and
"d.'a, k.i:: ."lac Ctlt.l: :BUlk ::1' ''I.J-1 --- -- ---- the direction 1 iiuviboeu a rebi< ..t c-J'thc territory j division of tho
: I
'lll : :; ? AD.\I ISTRA TOR.9 NOTICE. of ih" en:im-er department, a I Igenera cquntrv. would not be thftwihri
!1Zi' u.t t': :l ec' d. l wil ,Zvt.! 1'n I I from an carl period, it has ;iv t tcn
h'l .the Uisco'.n-y; th..! will: : Icai lo (.: COISM.iLtlif : .- I .1 LL ]p." '..; having cluims nahist the estate! of -utrol ov't'r the opel' 'ti'1I1< of I tIC
I II..1". .1' :: : m} :". AU merchants d Tail'':3 HI 1't I 'SL Tncs. A'ILLISSON, deceased are hereby n-jti- j i j: road, and over ai! persons f-mpm>'ei] thcrc- : ; to Know per :on illy \ vanuu rcspuctabic i; gry excitement ia the politics of the territory
t ...d lu onn them lorw.\-d .- P"IU ins ot fellow citizen-: :, and thus j
li:5sr': .aid .!or.ticliouc reuu-: "] U' i vke. 5-nr. .- pruucrly &u'll..titd ; Provided, That no per centime hall be allowed my i I lI infinitely more agreeable would it be to my 4
..T- .\')RA('a. 1)1..'...-.. I Mi.-J ull i/-rsotis mumbled: to the aau esr. a:C itcjur- to tin ..i "::1tCI necessity: I for my present ucter.ui- -clrn j 'to on the troubled of I
cIJln'.t'c: u'-h otli'-iT for, di ,biir j pour waters politr
;cl lo iUfj! iiicdiate the i :iug cnoiukd )-/
1 payment tj u.ide.-surni'J. ijpropriated .
: ',' *',I.:. ". I liC3'lC.iHl J I iiation :. adtlres.-* hem. It i I.> tru. i .' :' d s, th- 0.1 l of reconciliation
TB" ). CHL\'X.: : for the cosi.-tru'-tioii of'saiI roaJ.Sec. I and peace. T
> j..l .: ..JTU27, 1 K34 -IC-tf Adm'r. rr1'. T. tne territory ont session ill mo ijcgisutiiveCouncil h tve sai.f ta.a .t th
: rill -MArt &: nll1.vO' [ ] i iihson dc'd 3. And be it further Tlut I : ugb it wa.s. my firm beliefat
pna 't'il.
i : .J. v. ,,'l.., s\y tVv.r... iV-,, i'llt' hu-c I Ir. [ lot the entire uut .//oniiiuiea ill-healih icndrcJ m_. I the timi, and has continued since name
( OTIE. rompk'tiou; of o the my
"' & "* rlli tl '::iM \'* ** !''i tm f repair
J'I"I- iu !- < ; ; ty best intentions unavailing: ; and 1 had thmorutic.itiu .
J. 3..1.'I.I t-!".' ,u, a'lj"C'urli u.r; Ctatnvr;- I .. IX:!.a t ift:.-r date, I will ajiply; : to the honora3 !i I Cumberl'ind: road: ";xst of the Ohio river, and was presented as a candidate there was a deeded

:t.i.:- ''. : """. -' all* ?J ytr"l" I'.'%'1>I v rvv'u*1\ I > be! Jude of the County Court G.idsden eoany. other needful imp meats 0:1: -aid roa-J, to to see tnil .l'bHhl l'xpiroVltl- : feeling: a uv ng the people favoring thft

CilL1; vn l .-j.s' IH AUl 5 ftfl: G l.ldu'3! 1.JI ;.- f.r :x discnarc from the Adminisiratorsmp of the carry into effect tti;- pioviions of an act of I I J out siiy o>.ing jjie to give my ittonuu.i to Mverul ',-- I!.I step, yet if jmulic app.-arances show it to ba

J.j.::,<. :. i- :.',,'J't( itii'hth4'i! iu! a..- -1.: t.0 j jtve ; jlate: of riaju.Ii .ilashbom! trcasHi.JUSHUA the General VSM'blv of I important objects oi jutim interest, aiiu j a miat ken conclusion, I would willingly relire. .

". .'..< 'Y'* -Cu-ra'j-rs : ; :.!)"..\ G f rl hi 'h11.} .' j jt. f SllHPXRD.Oadsden f P.-nnsvKariia, euti- i thus lIlY 'ibnu liopcs were dss.ippoir.tcd in serving So nnih i have said in reference
June 24 tf-34. A'C-C tied An act for the and to -
',1\1. Th.y rt &i liLooiy!' -they "-y in rnmty. ] preservation repair; '
: : : the i had llilu.-reJ jC'l'-
'j'j as mv
j territory : II
r.f'ru ,. f f J'i"i-i. in \ -J-i: a of the Combcrlti'id '' id I JUt received from various
c asi road
: :.1 .i.c ; 3 J. A" N'Vr.. -\LKER, will l ktji on hand aiij(7 pa-sed the forth
i'. Sl.: '. it- 'i'Ut. o\t'l'.I\'.- rr.s' itu t I.t. :a. lo: their-.Sloie At Shc'l-Pjint' a coii: au: :-u:>py! of day of April, ow thou-and eiirht hundred and I i\iy cousoi'ition, ajvM.ver, is tu.-it I suali yot t tS I parts of tti-! territory \\ hat I regarded as pro. y
wj.d ut v jvjrty; v"V f' p-"i"O, -., 'i l ili" t'ciiKIV -3 .1. ? BARRELS, cheap for cash.! thirty-one anJ I have it in my po.vor lu Jj a su.vice to .lie I i I per encouragement- namn would not have
ot uf G !
an iic' lIlral"P'u
l-r.-vi-. RUACir.: : .j I1 Jtizu2th, 1834. (..Hw: ) ; j people by calling their attention, at no iLstantday t i: I uuen ann-Tunced. I have deceived
of may -i
thy State of ..
Erii 0: \;)1I.Jt' r. U..I) f'. : I bly i arvIaid, ; my-
K-\ ','. ', J-'tr I 13. S ''- J13-G: i] \ :T it. II.VRRJSOX J Petition to the Suptnor COIR act for the pre-: 'rvutioi and .- Cl1titk"tn'I' to ttifj' sjvjruio; jeers ul geaorm i.jieiest. | s-lf. convinced ot thu fact, I would cheerfully .

"._ _._ _ so > fur the County of Gdi>deii for oi"the I U U"l iliaC it is I1tt iiaproper for in; on this S ;. undo -.Jut has been done. It has lately
'.- [ States road \vjthiu .
T':".:. .V !'QPLR2'..' Tu]: .".oJ.]..; t : ::LIAM H ELLIS. ) the foreclosure of a Mortgage. Ult the limit' )f!I ailudo .
I the State of Maryland," the ol. oocasion to to th;; party t'Q'1Ut'S, -ui.:h II j t beesi "o-i t-a, I that public sentiment is about I,
rii : j
T'lE s.ib.c ri-isT tHI.I. furil>\ her h'ljd.\ut and all others, arc notified that aueiir4 twenty I had distracted the! terruory lor: such a l' ngtn t kn:: d r- \v direction, and the incumbent
,OL ha. been filed! in thc Court aforesaid third day of Janiriry, onelhouscud eight hundred '
: : Ibt't : 1..u1' iu .!Lt'iivu '.fQiticy: to 1 It f".r .. condemn I Col.[ ," .
oi t time. not to niL
I I lo.r.1;,.'" a .Mortjra: executed by tf'-'l1 lant Flli t and thirty-two ; al>o an act of the General is ru or comm ( j is to oe u car didute. It is not
j .". I.. J< .. \'.'t>'. ii.ltt'niits thran" -- I I.IlJ "..;.d v. .im I). Hrf. iou. en two Tracts of LAND Assembly of lir i'lia entitled Ain act ':nd any party. 1'lierc were duur.t1. s !U'il !. \ery easy to (">n*',rsi' aamst our wish.
i a/- 'Iia .
: 4 :put-Jt
: 1..JlH '
; j y.! :; 1:1 "h 3'icu being the Cart ii-lf of lii.vuhrist < minded honorable! and rn.-u ol ail I Bui l.t ?
I county patriotic, m assure jjy reliocuiz;, it I can
r 4', n-j In.-iHJU f'I the CIJtI1U ian ] road ,
:! I e' too 1-; ;1.- < =i: ni-f: ( .. con""rning 1 : passed
.., .. .... .I fju.irter of Section Three, and the Eust My object i is to bring the from t ( ,.t1 d inti'nation of the .
'" ; IJ-\.' .:* t I ,::.: ". JI L J'J:1. .;-fc,!" Felruai: the seventb ih and parties. mere.y I' any public
..' ,' .1 i. t.'tc!) Northe! . ? .e"\ '-.1 a.: (.\1nt 3'z rn': : :, :t-- .,-\t in r j.vnsihip One, Range Two North and West.BALTZ hu.dred! 'and t'nrty-two ; the sum of three hundred public attention ti) the stale 01 parties, ;,t the will, dicovcr tint it is not the wish of the
w> ,JfJIJ: u v. 1 crriJit.: I'ur:'L rI1 erir: :cuUir, 1\1)-1 I became candidate and without I should
nut > people
time :
: I :-LL kL WHITE. thousand a continue a candidate, l will
10 U.l aul : i dollar? !,e, and the same is hereby -
H : :ai *?r.
June?. [-ICeow-lm] Att'ys for Petitioner. the that the of the ( i' not as
SUSAN. SELL.'v approdnated: to be paid out of any hope reason object m iy oe .ircdly nr longer embarrass the can-

,,".'v. :'r,.._ V:y. 1*,.,. t f'. '. tflSF.MJNAIIY.} N"OTICMH. in the Treasury not otherwise uppropriated money, to understood and sut lr.ed. It was, i D iit-vc-, I va-4.: I>ist so far, I have not perreived any
-': ; I K. M. MOuRE the received ater: th; last indication i of the kind. I
FJ. .J.' _.:. is the only agent appointed be expended under the direction of the! Secretary I opinion generally, I must confsshow.
Tallahassee to receive m.gcld baggage that the would .: ever, that ibis be '
pa.s canvass, territory C perrrutio'lto r ri may owing to the peculiar
: J. 11. 'i VY; J.Jrm t' ; :It..bitll.S! [ Western !line of Stages. of War ; the money to be drawn out of l t .
re '. aij, -, ,.., f1 :; oiicyfoi : lI i repOc! for a time frum the .igit.iimg state of rny optics, and that there be an
:. 2 V. .i' J lieprupostf "i; :'nI. t| A. B. BLACK\VELL, the Treasary in such sums, and at such times I cOil-I may 3;
.en SELECT: ftCJ/yn ;. .1'. "nL'L.''D'E',, i Contractor oftht Western lint of Stages. I as may be required for the performance of the I flicts of foimer parties. I would not be agreeable interposing mist, which I am unwilling J

'"t3.-n"c-: : t.j J licO.. :i : of Dr. Mc uiujrc oi June 14. (44tf) I work. : derstood to mean that it was expected, that L to dispel. It will, however, be my bosincs -
.r ;aiL imi l.i il.S.t1 JiJl i, all }br in.Uicd. of tho- '
: the two distinguished favorites of the peoplethe pleasure, as soon as possible to
)'..a ihvr.ujJi *.:i-y be acqircI.1 There \\au.1 l Ucinch. REAL ESTATE AT ..IJ.UCTIOolY.i Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That as seo
f i in that canvass-would be lost L I as many of iollow-citizens the '
Jquar.cREV :'-, 0: 1; :ll "ts The School be sol::!, at public out-cry, in the City of : soon as the sum of this act appropriated, or opponents throughout
w. be : lc sl'.m fjar WILL of would not, at II i territory as I ran, and when I have ascertained
ip hraisaday, commencing ai in front of the Court House at the! I so much thereof as is shall be expended sight or some subsequent period
Lu pas 9 o'cbck. Lessonsvll"be; appointed for L usual h"urs of s.le, on the first Tuesday in October the necessary be called into their service. Predicated I their views, they will speedily know myHJon.
in of road
toids to
; :", c.iui: hii'outof school for the en- next, the following tacts or parcels:: of L.'l.'Aw D, lying repair agreeably on asserted assurances of the incumbent, (Col. elusion, if it is to decline. Until they' do,
fiii .
? n.jun.JK1 .1 ti zh'ught this} rxinount of contoccut and known the the provisions of this act, the same shall be
: and the of Leon as
being in County .however
ihit he formally bear from
White the that such
a day. :s n.uch health will admit ; ) prevailing impression was me, 13
,.. as or m- Northeast Quarter Section 3, Township One, Range surrendered to the States respectively, through)
.ractior., ntj.uc, Or due tuition ni domntic dtL=itS alit !. Two, North and East, and Containing 160 37-100) which said road and the United Slates would not be a candidate :It th'1 ,)\\t election' my conclusion, I must pray them to take no
.w passes ;
will of.Bourse U txpc-Ucd thai All will be 80 And ot this tin dca did cb- report as authority. I shall
acres. Another tracts LAXD), containing acres as a consequence ? ; certainly be governed .j !
f shall not thereafter be
to'jle for subject
..' ., the whole quart tuition on which and nineteen-handredlhs of an acre, known as :he any expense tain, that the .-opipetitor in canvass .would I by what I conceive to be their wish, ay
|y eutT. htilars arc rr acsid to hlllowlth them for repairing said road. I
of demon
; East hall of the Southwest duarttr ? m
lioe\'r school J..b.. ..ks 1 n '1 be a candi-V.o do not .>:iy \\ ith the sanction it is a part of ray doctrine to be always at the
have thu ,
they inav : u proi>er Township One, North, of range One West. Also JNO. BELL,
t.u".nJ\ I It.adt'. the west half of the Southeast Quarter SectionFowrlhip Sptaker of the House of Representatives.M. !, of that gtrtioman. Al'noiiijh the names service of my fellew citizens. :

The following are- the classification end terms : i One, Range Two, North and Eat, containing VAN BLT[tEN, of the two individuals who hive been formalIy The next subject I am to consider is the

Per Quarter. 60 18-100' acres. rice President of the United Siatcs, and: !I presented for t'ongres-: ., ,vere announced ;} charge that I am opposed to the Union.
is: rit s-Iu flea.1ing and Speliinr 8i S 00issln )' As ALSO-The following Lots in the.Cl!}: of Tallahassee -
Presideulof the Senate. i
before mine was I "-:1nav with the Since infancy I have
; yet been
'S. cl \\ rJt: Arithrneuc G Lora- ) and known in the plan of said City, as Lot i my taught to regard
P*:,.v %:,j EnKuh; Grarnrnir, JC ) number 125,120, 127, 12*. 1'9, 130, 231. t\l1tI2ii2: APPROVED, June 7th ANDl'E\V.JACK, 1H.-J4.
3d thss-b; r.ll higher} F.n?lith studies, aa 1 ft1.r Lots Nos. 43.' and 50. and 44, and! 47, and 10 I I was tormed to bu a candid ito, I was; most *tar-red fabric, erected by the great Apos

Kheton -, Ethics, Natural Hiitory and > 8 00 No.: 79olJ by permission of the Honorable tin : --1 I1 jot app isw! that either: of tho rj gentiernen ; ties of Linerty, and consecrated with their

4.>Ji I rLilow;Fn:1Irh hy, &,.. iic. kc. \ County and creditors Court of of the Leon estate';OUl1ty of DANICL, to satisfy FAUST' the, late heirs of :j .Nut' si. :1 A FOG A ii.j-. LOOii. I would be a s clnjslf.un, fr*." !IvPvr'r, tcoiifoss t-, biB! od. Nay; my own father's ghost might

t. :h clas will} Of or Classics 10 00 said County, dewscil. Dialogue m a Court of Justice. The attorney i ; that :tift"r the name -)P ow of tilh" S i'A *,i
IfI ftr.1. (r I\b\ the Lr.\Ilchts course be If entitled the prtiuus to instruction c1 e5. Terms on the day of Sale. on the ca-- ;attempted to invalidate ih:. J I I gentlemen was announced, my dctermin tUrn i ii work, III ne consecration of which, drops of ft

toLbllt't 1lfJrmltion m"y Le had on application :AI.iRf F ilJST* Administratrix.! testimony of the witness, by declaring him i. wa ant a little hiken. But the various views i II his blood were appropriated. As nullification fl

rj 1Jt.C"'or at L. A. TaOolI' ON'!, Eeq. -June 21 1"34 [4f.1.J] ttr bo too i ignorant to he ? competent one ; .vaidIn }I and reasons which p. oduced in me the condu- i i is; the term now employed as synonymous

I1S'lC''un" Fth' 110/3' rcOf1E. I I : to the! judge. I ran convince your honor i, :ion to permit my name to be presented at the with hostility to the Union, it may be expect.d

suvcr.ber' ut ali*::\. ri*.-,:.cdu.ltlJ ALL persons luvinz claims or demands a:n'.ivt on the mcompctcncy of tile witness in a verlew \' I j I I: time it wa, I shall refrain from expl.lining. j for me particularly to consider that subject.

AI: 'fi rm his friends! and the public! that' J is Estate '>11' IASI.I. FAUST, lateofbaM thm County authonticatcd moments ; he has been reared in the j jrouutry ;ilt is tiiitHcient for rnu to aver that I did ku"w !' Nullification as it obtained in a neighbouring
taolKhment will be at the Licht House Point, deceit as, ute.hf icqutsied law rtqu.ios n j.rescnt wuhiu the time pn'sen- has never been out of the sight o. hisfather's of no good reason-either public, private, or | Sta.e has never received my approval. Tha

tII f co..fI.11: open yThis by the Pcn;U: is.of beautifully July, for the situ ic bed, or be forever barred : Atul all pefOlls in any ,\tie barn, never saw a school house, and: personal, which forbid the step I assert] I assertedgrounds of constitutionality and ;

e'-"d:: B af r)' '?itivi Leach, open on three sides to theL"juUU indebted to said estate, are called upon to' mike immediate > our honor permitting, I will propound a feu- the greatest confidence, that there was no opposition peacefulness on which it is based, I think un

rc' cs!"Cd I Ly continual brecrcs frcm the ocean, pavment to the:1.1l undersigned Y FAUST, Aministr&trix. questions and upon the answ er* your hftlorcan presented to the course from the consideration tenable. It may b. peaceful, but not neces. .: .

.-4uerc"e"d coast Ije inferior. to no situation on the June 21, IS3t. |j4'ttf.: ) decide. of personal or party obligations. I sarily. To be so, it must depend on the for ;

tenMsubscnhcr has recently enlarged his esuiblish- absence to the .N '.rn. ,\lr.VVAL- The Judge asse ting, he turned to the witness am thus particular in stating these matters I, bearance of the other party. It cannot be :.. :1
te l'a, f-Ulub-r of additional chambers and be. will Ol'UJNG; is authorised to &,j and trans and asked who made you ? because I have understood it has been said I, constitutional, because no power was given i
tfl1jvdto accommodate familiesvilh 1 will be found at office know I reckon it that there violation of i in under tho Constitution
l'.mrnts. seperate act all mv buincss-He my Witnes.-I dont ; was war- some propriety to the States to resist ._ <

1 lie 'Il'i in Tallahassee. THOS. G. G RDON. Moses. my berng a candidate, based on some suppo' the laws of the United States. The laws of
r :M an experienced fishcrm-in, who will con- 20ili May, 1831. [421(1.ADllINISTILTOIPS. honor to the satisfaction sed or personal obligation. the United States be
inj II S. hln with the choicest fish and oysters; Attorney.There, your I- interposing party must executed accord. ;:
;ml(7V( i be furnished with the comforts and I NO rICI of yourself and the jury. I have proved Many vague and idle remarks of this character ing to the provisions of the Federal compact. "

r"r l1y Oftheixtzies) ns thc country will afford. I. ALL persons having claims against the estate uf the witness a non compos mentis, totally have, I learn, been made on the subject. And of these provisions, the Courts of the

f1'cdl.insc who are fund of sCJ.-b thmL", he has pre- I H. MULLIN, late of them Leon County authenticated de-- unqualified to decide upon the serious nature' That there are those who are opposed to my United States must be the judges, for none
to duty
ctrvea1et Bath-Houae : And his boats will coased, are requested present .
l }'s .Ie m rea d l1tSfS fur sailing excursions on the I within the tune prescribed by law, or they will of his oath. being a candidate, and should attempt to pro other are creatcd by the compact. These

be forever barred. Those indebted to said estaLe are \'itncss.-Now, "Mr. Lawyer, may I ask duce causes of objection to it, is not at alla ; Courts are, however, limited in their jurisdiction

::u.Cl.llcnt road will be completed from the Mag I requested to make immediate payment. one question I I've answered\ yours. matter of surprise-but entirely natural. I It in controversies between two or mora

1'J..a Brje 11&j ca tfJ llus Point, ..1)' wlwh those. \ho choose May 31. (41-8w) K. BEN BRY-, Administrator.Coffee you Attorney.-A thousand, sir, a thousand if is however, for the people to judge of thesecauses States," to cases in law or equity." The

ccnCOne "agei, may have a safe aim expeditious I of objection. If they should determine Courts of the United States have
veya-uee and can no juris
fj ; and 'he hls prepared stables, and care i you please.
1at OStlers and provender for tlose who may come in RECEIVED PER SCU'R. SPY,' I Witness,-Wrho made you ?1 that they are valid, and that I am in I diction in political questions, or questions involving

off tht5UbSCriber}1I'a}', No exertion will be wanting on the part 9B BAGS of prime CUBA COFFEE by thequantity Attorney.-Wrhy, 1 dont know, reckon it truth an intruder," I must bow with submis sovereignty. They however, have

.c 1 i.1l*'ia toadd to the comfort and pleasure 4JlAi or single bag. was Aaron. sion. Having perfect confidence in their judy paramount jurisdiction of all judicial questions

may favor him with SAMUEL their company.COSBY. Also, 4 quarterca.sks superfine OLD TENERJFFE Witness (turned to the Jury)-Well now, I ment, I shall certainly not comphain of their | arising under the compact. Hence no State

Lidt.TT- use Point June, 211834. [45-12w.3 WLNI, for sale on moderate" C. MILLER terms. Apply, tit. have read in the good book that Aaron made a verdict. Again, I: am thus particular in' these; government can thwart the operation of a law

COTTON GINS. May 31, 1934. [42tf] calf, but I dont know how the darned fool got statements, because I am unwilling it should el'the United States. Thus the Courts of
obtain that I have done act to fan the flame the Federal Government
HE RANDOLPH have as- here.-London paper. an may, under the compact
subscriber has on hand some COTTON of excitement and division. No enforce .
lGINS of an and DOCTOR'S ia the practice of medicine party party cases merely judicial*
at $2 saw
excellentqualit, ,
a &rrenL them to work well with good per usage and and offer their professional services to the public. Of- A correspondent of the Londen Times one can deprecate more than I do, that fiendlike I- the several States have delegated to

& Y,do notdowtlL they w11 l be taken back and : ficc between the Planter'3 Hotel ond Lambert's. 32t i writes, that assassinations are so frequent i in !. spirit of parties which insidiously: find the Fe lord government, the most material attributes

ilO ey MO\1hl r urned. The subscriber works within five I DOCTOR JOHN McLEMORE. the streets of Lisbon, that Englishmen cat its way into our social relations, and there of sovereignty, with a view to their

Vernon, Florida,on Flat Creek. Any hf has I loosens and breaks cf the happiest ties : common and State
erj the above line will be attended inform his friends that noi go out at night without loaded pito Is some strength safety, yet-each

1 DUNCAi punctually McUMYL. i RESPECTFULLY dutirt of his j>.rbijsrin6.t5Lf I .." ready p mod" I of friendship and society. Who: cannot look l ntainif rights and eovereigntjr The Fedoral-

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A I.' -.- .]1 f on tout So presorted" White avoiding chieftain. It ia not yet known what t.the i intentions of whom, with all hia weakness, !,aayeue anc! had 24 wounded. TV ioll "- '
40Yefltn nt hac no t. make not idol. Tho consequence will be, was 10 killed, and among them thTc .
,power war believed was
t on a Scylla, let us not run on Charybdis. Perish of the Government are, but .t IS '
State. Ihoagh! she can, under the One that his remains will now bo interred with Jaimo Martin and Garora. The Dei ,
compact enforce the thought to plan the dissolution of the Union tbat they will not in any way interfere. the woundedis 1111
her t laws. Confjjcti may trie between and palsied be the arm to execute the account tbat I have seen, states that he will pomp certainly but unaccompanied by any eft bulletin notknown, as they tfled ff C
: A of the
W sovereignty ooVState and the -soveswgnty plan, without the mighty reasons of necessity have a public funeral, and that the two sons movement of an insurrectionary Navarre CarrA '
: of the other States, or between several and self-preservation. Let not the ruthless: of Louis Phillipe will be ordered to attend as King Louis Phillip is unquestionably the dated the 26th ol April, gives ID ::"

I I and the others, as they may arise between hand unhallowed passion touch the mag- chief mourners. If so, what a mockery will spoiled child offortune. Death seems to strike victory gained by Eraso over Lucarrnt et,

I I the Federal government and other govern nificient work of freedom which is the wonder this be That Monarch'who could insult, and with peculiar energy for him, and even the was completely beaten, and forced totl! **. C

: I wenU or people, but no conflict between these and admiration of the world. Beware of undermining attempt to disgrace Lafayette during his lifetime frailties of human nature appear to develope fuge in Lombiers. *81- Ics

i I.,' sovereignties sustained by the Conafrtutioa. the very Temple of Liberty. is now amongst the moat afflicted at hisdeatb themselves but to serve and promote his purposes. PORTUGAL.

1 I' They -would'be then at other fo. I have now, my fellow-citizens, given you and would have us believe that his tears Napolean the Second, Lamarque, CAPTURE OF FIOUEIRAS AND Coiv I
>eign powers. .. 1iiirezt.aad self-preservation as succinctly as it was convenient, but very are proofs of his sincerity. I am not so credulous and Lafayette, are numbered with the dead. LISBON, May 10.-1 am happy to V" 0
: : *io. causes of war,.wb1cb do not look to con. I I i imperfectly, a sketch of my views of State for I firmly conceive those thears-t The empire and the republic havo succumed my power to say that Coimbra was ent-:!

:i .s(tuition or cotopactbut alone to force..ThvM .- sovereignty and Federal rights I trust, that 6e tears of joy. Louis Phillipe always dreaded with them. The cairn of Henry V. was lost the 8th, at 9 in the morning, by the m? *

i., ; : if the Federal'government, or the other they may not be objectionable to the most of Lafayette, and was afraid of the immense by the occurrence at the Chateaux de Blave. Terceira, and that the garrison of Figuej of*
: 4iates should) make wr on a Suite the right you but I cannot flatter myself that they will power which the veteran had always at com- The funeral of General Lafayette will be about 550 strong, had left it at dawn ot
V rould not be derived from the Federal cornII it will be interesting-even a also on the Sth ; the inhabitants c
be unexceptionable to all. You perceive, mand. He is rejoiced as much if not more splended- an declared t1Ihr.
l II .L Act, but from interest, preservetioa, or that although I am a decided believer inState so, than he was when oVheard of the demise touching spectacle, but it will not be produc- Quce :l't Government and Admiral, N .Of .c..:

: .'fora passion,- nd supported by force. I rights and State sovereignty-yet I am of young Napoleon.: He now imagines that I[II live of great consequences. Orations-numerous l landed at 9 o'clock a. m. Frem a letter wi IT

: I have Another objection to the doctrine of most warmly devoted to the Union. If expressions two powerful factions will be annihilated-that 1 orations will be pronounced ovor his I have seen, dated yesterday morning sr

J.t Nullification; that is, it asserts, that a State : from Ihe people are favorable, you of the Empire, in the death of the Duke of grave ore the earth cover him, but none of wm; about to march then also on Coi .. Si

'fciay declare a la v of tho Federal government will have more from me hereafter. Reichstadt, that of tho Republican ia the decease !I them in the spirit ef Antony. "Griefwill have There is very little doubt that 550 l\1igu ,

;II 'iull and void, and yet remain in the Union, in : In conclusion, my fellow-citizens, I have no of Lafayette. way"-garlands flowers will rise in pyra- will have fallen into the hands of the ga! terjth

: chu full enjoyment of all the privilege incident i laurels to present to rest my claims on-either PRIVATE CORRESPONDECE. mids "ov'r the grave of his rest." Duke.
tfeeroto. This seems to me to be nothing gamed the councils of the EXPRESS FROM PARIS. The church property which was
I my country or on PARIS, Tuesday, (May 20)) 4 o'clock, p. m. put UD p
more nartess than a solecism in politics. It fields of battle. I can only say with the Roman General Lafayette died this morning at five TIMES OFFICE, May 23, 6 o'clock, A. M. public snle this morning at the Treasury;:

i* the extreme of that latitudinarian principle who was a candidate for office before o'clock. The close of his earthly career M an I Tho Paris papers of Wednesday, which we bid for with spirit, and realized from 1Ot to 20 U,

.if construction, which the friends of State the people in the time of the Roman Repub-I event which will be duly recorded in the history have just received, are, as might have boen per cent, above the valuation inserted preri
Rights and Republicans deprecate most. Let lie, when Jt was asked by his opponent who' of France. During the last: 15 years of his expected chiefly filled with remarks and particulars ously in the Government Journals. Totr

us make the application of the principle to Was of thAobilitwith haughtiness and conl l lifo he was the onlv individual ali>-o whu had relative to tho death General Lafayette. 'l'viThe Don Pedro frigate, Eliza corvette. j
illustrate it. South Carolina considered .the t tcmpiwtt was this Roman ? tvK, **Q his taken n leading part and figured in a conspicuous [ With two exceptions, they all agree In I HfeVilla" Flor brig, are this moment arri'e4 Cl,
tariff unconstitutional, oppressive! and unequal father wnohis connexions what had he or manner in the events!: of the first revol- bearing testimony to tho very eminent political from [ Igueuas. ha
in its operation. It purports to be for revenue. they done ?' who knew them 7 He modestly ution. His political career is so well known qualities and private virtues (lIthe departed OPORTOMay 11.-The Duke of Tcrcein jet

JN'ow all the other States may admit, not with replied that he was from the people-for the that it would be hardly necessary to enter into patriot. It i is hardly necessary to say that the in his triumphal march through tho counh/ reis

i I i the same justice, and, let it be admitted, too, pe.ple-and asked them (tho people) to judge any thing like an accuut of it here. Many two exceptions aro to be found among tho entered Vizen OH the 2d instant, the eaemj;

that tho infraction of the Constitution may not i of his claims-and not for the1 deeds of his father persons wilt rojoicc at his death, some on ac- journals j which still think it worth while to ad- having retired at his approach. The pUrJUit

,:. be palpaple still they may, by the same rule or connexions-but of his own personal cout of what they were pleased to call his vocate tho fallen cause legitimacy. Th'*General's was continued threush Tcndella to Coimbn.
: of construction, consider all laws of revenue, ; claims as bumble as they were, for the goodof treachery to the "' order" to which he belonged funeral was to take place on Thursday( and the Liberating Division entered the latS ree

": to suit their own respective interests to be : the Republic. The success of this Roman by birth ; others because they looked upon morning, 22d. Tho Chamber of Deputies I city on the 8th instant, amidst( it ij averted: ,
;; unconstitutional. Then the Federal governjpctit showed that the people, even at that early age, the moral influence of his name to be such had exhausted on Tuesday the business the wildest demonstrations( of j>iy on th* part Ir

,' might in ashort time be without revenue i would judge for themselves. So let it be that the existence of the Government, whichhe brought before it, and theiofore adjourned sine of the inhabitants. A good many officer!

ami thus the wheels of government would be through all time in the land of freedom. so powerfully contributed in raising, depended die. A great number of of its members kid and about 200 privates (deserters) hid: ahead? .

rl clogged: and finally arrested. Is it conceivable Your fellow citienVILLIAM greatly, up to the last day of his life on already taken passports to rrpiir to their homesso presented themselves! to the ever fortunate! I

.that any true principles could) lead to suchu \ B. NUTTALL. his will. that there is every ap:"-ar.'tivo th.v: whe} Villa Flor a''b'I 150 I ) mire W TC found iatfo I i ir
t state of things If this be true, how imperfect May ht.tS3-t. General Lafayette never to hospitals:! i'ho IMCIIIV. retired h: di irI.t, --
. sought use a- next the Chamber meets, it wilt!! be f th purpose <
V I and frail our Federal system! I The -<-' ---- -' gainst the present Govuinment the Power hearing either the King's: speech, or lib j :i.i I confusion upon r ihr! ? rod: t ru Sant-irei: I II

V truth!: i is, that the Federal system is so arran- ,.-t 1I'f)1BUla.CB o which he well knew to bf at his: command. He proclamation for its dissolution. :t'where their scatteied and dispirited remains! --

: "...... edtbnt all of its components,parts or spheres, From the New York Journal of Commerce. had certainly looked for thr guarantee of a Accounts from Algiers say that on tho 21st I I may probably be enabled to unite themietvej "

I; move in their respective orbits. and the derangement THREE DAYS STILL LATER different system of Government than that as well as on the 29th ult. a snrtio was made: to the main Migurlite t force. publJuI

: of any, must affect the harmony ofthe DEATH. OF GENERAL LAFAYETTE. which i is: now pursued. Ho iud in fact persuaded from Bonaof 400 mon who attacked the Kahi.! : t Th( very s 1I11' d.iy on which the Duke of }

I : system and eventually destroy those The packet ship Silas Richards, arrived at himself that: a U monarchy, surrounded l les and completely routed them each time Thr 'iVrMtiw entered Coi:&!-:Adninl; : Napier ctcttl e :

': :: chucks and balances which sustain it. How New York .n Thursday from Liverpool with by republican institutions 'Vhi'h of all forms enemy does not appear however, to have bec-n f.- l an undisputed landing :at Figuerr:18.: .A

!; can it be imagined, that, a power grows naturally London papers to May 23d, and Liverpool to of government, appeared t-) him the best adap entirely got rid of, for he had contemplated and Iris sinco opewcd a cOJnllrlniea.tionJrh i.ol. \ .that

f. ) out of a system, the inevitable tendency the 24th. They bring us intelligence of the ted to the political temp r of the French! : another attempt on Bona on the first of May, : (. I. Vascencpllos, the acdommodatn of fa iI.Ll.
:. 'V of which is finally to destroy that system. But. death of General LAFAYETTE, on the 20th L could only-be assured to Frince by being in- which he is said to have: Hx. ctJted. p Quecn.s forces at Leyria. e'llcI
; it is said, that the State has the advantage ofnullifying of May The particulars of this melancholy trusted: to a man liko Louis Phillippe, who : Admiral ROIHMII hiving declined the
,1 a law and remaining in the Union event are contained in the annexed letter! from L I happily combined a descent from royal blood ot Minister of Marine (preferring appointment to NAVY DFPARTMCN( ".,.1 Tht

V .: : to havo all the advantages of tho Union, be*' the correspondent of the Journal of Commerce with principles of a very republican kind, and remain at Constantinople} Admiral Jacob has I Extracts of a letter to the Serrnr: try of t tha! i'Veiea

4 causn.lhe Federal government cannot- for-. : whom many years of adversity hid! broughtin been appointed to that: itnpoitant office and r Navy, from Master Commandant THOMH pen;

Booih,::'make war on her, so long as she remain LAFA.VCTTG 11 NO MORE.-Tho brave, the i i continued contract with all cUsscj ol men, has taken tho oath ia tho presence of Louis; M. NEWELL, dated ..
i J 1 in he-Union. How illogcial! It must be recollected noble, the generous, the patriotic herodiedon I and qualified in a peculiar manner to fill a Philip. U. S. SHIP ST. Louis, ) 'i:1n. :

that the other States have the same., tho morning of the 20th at a quarter before truly "republican throne." Lafayette had M, Pencil has been scboted for tile Pr.:;s.\cr\: .May 31st, 193 .1(
right \vith the single State to construe the five o'clock, His illness was at first ex disapproved of the gradual deviation, and finally 1 M. Duchatel for th i Clnrento Inferiour gc's and::I; "On tho cinhlh day alter mv h I i4 departure!

compaat, and if they should conclude, that the I ceedingly slight, and no one calculated upon I the total separation from the principles Gen. Scbastiani for the Aisne. ; ftom Ponsacolj, I ar.ived at Vera Cruz, anchored .

. single State had misconstrued and violated the lamentable result. He followed the remains on which monarchy wa continued in France in I PARIS, :May 19.-It i is stated thit the Nos- under tho Island of Sacrificial and )ban

., V the compact, in refusing t() obey a law of the of Dulong to tho grave and it is believed the person of Louis Phillippe, but he contented tor, which lately s.iilod with sealyl! orders I communicated: as soon as possible With til* .IageIJeff

Federal government they would doubtlessquickly I l that he then caught a cold, which fixed II I himself with expressing on all suitable occasions from Toulon, is i: gone to the coast of A'rica t') I United States acting Consul :at Vera Cruz. I
say to the offending. State, obey the i upon his lungs, has caused his. dissolution. his disapprobation of that course, with join the dtiull squadron s"iit by the- King o 1 was: informed that: our former Consul 3Ir.J. iittby

V : lew, or depart hence, or abide the con equen. Like Canning, who suffered in tho same way, out over uttering a word or committing an act Naples against thn Emperor of .Morocco.II James, di-d! on the 24th April, on his way t to .ffl05dh
ces. But what is the difficulty of remedy in after attending the funeral of the Duke of which could be construed, into a rebellious ap However this be, we[ learn from Toulen I the cuv of )1 'Cico. The yellow fever rag-d ; :
case: the other States so far disregard their i York, Lafayette owes his death to an attendance peal to the passions of the many whom that t that several ships ;aro gelling n for sea. I f|'I :it V"r.l Cruz to suh a degree that: I could:! \ 1

: high obligations as to oppress a single State. at the tomb. He was in his seventy course had disaffected in a much greater de- In the House of Commons, May 2lst, the I not communicuto with the city as much ssl |
. S That State, when she has employed all reasonable seventh year having been borne on the I 1st of greo than himself. Jewish Civil Disnbittioa 1)111 was, after so' i de.sired. : ta:

V ( cffotti* of remonstrance-being duly September 1757. Ho wss attended by Drs. Up to his last haur he retained the fullest' opposition!: real l a second tune by a m.ijority my i *'I learned, however, that tranquility! pre |::pw

impressed with the value of the Union-can Andral, Marjohn, Cloquct and several other possession of his mental faculties. The in- of 123 to 32. On the same day Mr. (Julter'i i I vailed throu !huut the country and that: tia the

I proppily say to the other Statos. that the compact eminent medical characters, who up to the furmities of age had only visited his physical 1 Sabbath: observance bill: was read a second I present established government appeared; to\ be
p has been grossly violated, and we will no' 18th gave it as there opinion that there illustrious facultes. Both be and his intimate friends time, yeas 52 nays 12. I consist of well[ settled." r:.

long( r abide it. Tho action of the Slate in L patient would re'cover. On the 19th: had perceived many month3 ago that he had I two clauses,-one to prevent shops being only 1 "Nothing has transpired, during? cruise: WI
tin's case would be secession. It is true, that five of them issued a bulletin discriptivo of his begun to sink. The decay of nature, how -n on Sunday, and tw! other to keptQ t worthy of notice. I have not Imid of any : ;
the other Stated might coerce tbat State, but state, and anticipating his recovery. But in ever, was more rapid with him than it had! : ; being paid on Sunday. prevent wages piracies, or other interference with our com of*

Just ns they might any other foreign power the couse bf the night a most material change I threatened when its first decided symptoms .i SPAIN merce. My officers and crew have enjoyed Of},

and not as a right resulting from any compact took place, his breathing became very difficult I became visible. His age was!: 77. You will I A letter of tho 13th inst. !from :Madrid, excellent health and my List sick repurt contains theIr
t or Constitution. But while we consider the and when an effort was n.aking to apply a blister I perceive that the Chamber of Deputies paid I by say.-.rne received but six patients, none of whom can b< )

value of the Union too sacred to be calculated to his chest he mildly observed that it I him yesterday the distinguished compliment of has just received express the news of th- government entnnoe of t. properly styled sick men-the cases jjeinf i duenut
but in circumstances of the greatest ex would be of no avail, and soon afterwards expired I sending in its name to inquir after the state of tho Duke ofTerceira into Coimbn. A those of the most ordiiury occurrence." .,

: tremity let us not lose sight of the rights of in the arms of George Lafayette. On his health. in the ministry is spoken of. Tho Minister change Corespond'-ncc of the J< urnil uf C mm rct.

: th. State and thoir overeignty and not forget I the 19th considerable sensation was experienced As you may well suppose the death of La of Finance and of war are said to bo about *,i U. STATES SHIP UNITEE STATES. I t :

.. that to protect tho ono is to preserve the other. in the Chamber of Deputies, at the prospect fayette, is one of the chief topics of tho day. be superceded. If this change do take to Port ofToULoi, May, 6, 1834. f .
. As I conceive, the division of territory of this of the dissolution of their venerable colleague There i is another, however which occupies they will be succeeded by whose place, "In a hastly letter on the 2d inst.* which !

widely extended country, into separate and I l and M. Dupin in the course of the public attention quite as much, and forms the are more in accordance men with those opinions then supposed: would be the last I should write del
di 'inr.t communities, each retaining its own morning thus addressed the Chamber :_" Ac ground of bets ot the i l
to a considerable extent among public. The 'ouncil of Ministers ; I to yotvfrom this port, I jjavc you the outline ttit
and which have not been cording to a wish by several such of decided I r
sovereignty rights I expressed deputies our politicians. of the Bourse as yesterday that the convocation of tho of the mploncholly jifFdir of our salute on the
delegated to the General Government, afford I I feel no doubt but that the Chamber will do not see why money transactions should bo shall be published on the 22 inst. Cortes ,.K ng's birth day-and the topy of f a I letter I! the

V the host possible security for the perpetuity of authorise me to send, in its name, to nuke confined to the purchase and sale of stock. to meet on July 24th it the fete They are from Captain Ballard to the Baron Fieycinef Ire
the rights and liberty of tbo people. The enquires relative to the health of our illustrious The of the Prefect
subject creates to your venerable and ex- Queen's mother." of Marine, on: tho subject.I I td
people within each State are by reason of their colleago-Gen. Lafajette. (Numerous celleut king. on whoso state of health the most MADRID May 7.-The Ambassadors have another opportunity of transmitm? fur

. t own national character, watchful and jealous cries of yes" "yes.") u I have already,"I alarming rumours have been in circulation ever the Northern. Powers at Court of a letter, and seize a msmeut, this morning, tOIl
of thc General Government, and thus they said the President sent in own name." since our will quit before sa ,
V my yesterday. Telegraphic communications', this capital in a few days it is we leave Toulon! for Genoa to / l ccr
way, having their own government to direct This distinguished compliment is generaly from Calais ale said to have succeeded each] their abrupt departure i is ; reported that. that the reply of the Admiral to Captain Ballard !- r,.
r and t orolect them in the expression of opinions reserved for members of the Royal Family P. other, and already these who pretend that knowledgement of owing to non ac was highly satisfactory in every respect, pnh
:, of abuse and usurpation, and in remonstran- and therefore can bo the more appreciatedwhen public credit can only be maintained by the PARIS, May our except in reference to the subsciiption for the the

i ces, op-rate as salutary checks on the Federal applied to the departed. Tho followingwas continuance of tha present alliance between] the Augshorg 21-According Gazette of the to an extractof families of the killed and wounded, made 011 I ,
1'' government. Imagine this one consolida the reply to the message of the Chamber England and France, foretell the dissolution Courts of Vienna and Berlin 17th inst. the boaid the Constellation and the United Stats fee
ted and widely spread nation-there being no :- of that alliance are very highly -
' I by the formation of an English displeased at the The object of this seemed to be maunder-
that the
separate communities--the people thus hay Mr. President-All family feel which will liberty Spanish government aa I an
my grate regency, bring back the tories to the is about to take in stood-:and though pronounced "noble
ing no power or facility but in the form of i iV a ful for the interest the Chamber has so kindly direction of public affairs. into The sending an army generous" the was declined. tio
_ : mob-to remonstrate, and act, if necessary, taken in my father's health. I have the satis PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE. Madrid Portugal.has received Prussian Ambassador in: The circumstance led to a second letter T}

.against measures of oppression and usurpation faction to i inform you that there ic a slight improvement I- PARIS. May 20-In simply annouQcing to you The orders to quit Spain in from our commander, of which also, as J0> HI.
in the General Government and what Ul his situation. Havo the kindness I- the demise General the Marquis de Lafayette I. Alliance consequence. that the same organ of the Holy! have the beginning of the correspondence! lot

-. V view \:* presented to the imagination. You Mr. President, to present the homageof I believe that I do all in my to have says Spanish Regent may will, furnish you with a SO:
power lament
cause to both copy.
_ _ lice the people's rights and liberty in prospect our respectful gratitude to the Chamberand give interest to the statement. The this and the dismisal I
venera of M. Zea U. S. United States
from her '* Frigate,
fubmerged: in some hateful form of government accept for yourrelf the assurance of my ble patriot and heroic soldier was in the 77th councils as the powers" Roads Toulon 2,1831- TiT
-whether monarchy or oligarchy. consideration. possessed. a guarantee in the person of ,
1a Destroy very high. year'ofhts been r
having born
age the
on 6th that Minister Sir lam this
i in the :-- moment in posjesstoaotyour
Stato rights and State sovereignty, and on the Signed GEORGE LAFAYETTE. ; of which guar
t ( ) of Sept, 1757. He
expired his
at house i in letter of
.. antee the morning.
Queen Isabella
: will be ackkwl..
altar of executive there h. -
V came patronage, will l lt. This note cheered -
was loudly -- ------
by -
nearly eve- tne rue d'Adjou this few
morning a minutes edged. It has made me most happy by the strong
1 oon he exhibitod the shocking scene of the ry member in the Chamber, but, unhappily, befor o'clock.. bod
immolation of the rights of the and but of LONDON May 22.-We have seen a letter assurance it contains, that "the whole ; OUfre
people, this joy was short duration, for on the Had this event occurred six weeks earlier from of the convinced of tM !
Madrid Navy at Toulon"
liberty of the Constitution. Then indeed will next day the President thus announced the it might, and I think would have been 12th by which it appears are
followed deplorable
the bosom be chilled and his that the affair of the loans has thus been dis sorrow that fills our heart at the
patriot's hopes death of their colleague :-' I have the affliction by others of .
very import. The posed-viz : by the accident yesterday, as well by the gea f I at.,
F, otfreedom to man wither. And then indeed I, of announcing to the Chamber, the decease recollection that General Lifayette had creation of stock to the "I!*
the invoke in vain the incur amount required which has been in I rOlls admission, that the event we mourn
may patriot sainted of the Honorable General Lafayette. red the local attack which placed:
: Apostles of Liberty, to speak from the battle He died this morning at five o'clock. I shall in his death, by following eventually on foot to terminated the the hands of the G Jjiief Commissioner of the tho effect of one of those fatal circumstances"
I .tA of Heaven the and Cerncntary'ofPere Sinking Fund, with discretion either to sell it which are independent of any will.
mel safety perpetuity of new proceed to draw the names of the members Chaise the remain of M. prtc
liberty. We are taught from all expenence who shall attend his funeral but I have long a patriot himself and the nephew of in the open market, or to raiso money on it, I beg !eave again to offer you the assurance tw'

and through all ages, that power is dangerous no doubt but a great number of his colleagues still more celebrated Dupont de 1'Eure, and our the !I by depositing think it as security which ever he sad that accident the gunner ocourrel through anti whose who negligence being a Warrant th

to the rights of the people, and that they will consider it a duty to accompany bis re- remembrance that thcrlife of M. Dulong had 1 may proper. ( the sen*
ehould always be watchful and jealous of i it."We mains." Mr. Dupin was very much affected been taken in a duel the The Indicateur of Bordeau of the 17th, an- Officer can only be punished by ., III!
by arTS
champion, flounces after a letter from tence of a court-marshal) is now under s.p ;
are not without ample authority from the while the Chamber Bayonne of the St
addressing and
so I I I'
( suppose must call him) of the Court Ge- i13
show that the 15th, that as the condition for the and shall be brought to trial, as soon us fie
f ancient republics to afford were several of its members. His intimate neral Bugeaud would have loan dd; not Commander
most happy checks in supporting and perpetuating ,- friend Mr. Francois Delessert moved that the provoked more of appear acceptable to the Queen, jj banker of my good fortune to fall in with the cc
than it
public iadignation will Me
can or the
now occasion the has in Chief of in
capital offered our squadron
freedom. How vast already is the President should be instructed to write a letterto A sentiment of gnef will 25,000,000f. to her ma-
now .
1 influence of executive in the Federal the General's dnper- jesty at five per cent. terranean.On that
patronage i1 i- Family
expressive of the sede that of The -
revolt intended
rage. or whatever The the frascs
of the thousand
government. But look through the vista profound grief felt' by the Chamber for the other shall Memorial des Pyreneos of Pau has the subject
name be the
.. given to affair of the distributionby
following of the to placed in hands for
I f of a-few years, when the objects of executive great loss bis colleagues and the entire of 13th and 14 of April last in Paris-the insur the 4th 6th, from Saragossa"On the your under roT, PC
instant a detatchment generous sons of the ocean
will be multiplied without bounds France had oil 17
J patronage experienced.This rection at men came *i
Lyons-the attempts of a simalar from Alcams to command, I beg to assure sir, thaMt"?*
of Saragossa.
tiq millions dollars disbursed
and pee tho as was instantly acceded to, and the kind made elsewhere the At about half & **
massacre*; and it
: league on this side nothing to do with indemnification ; !
executive who Semper received
will Chamber
result its
the patronage suspended they a
proceedings for an the innumerable arrests that I 80)
; doubt its resistless ?-To doubt it, hour, 80 that the letter of condolence' shouldbe have succeeded to them-the accompanied trials of and discharge of musketry from the insurgents, voluntary outpouring ef generous spirits accI< >. fnj.t '
I "would be to doubt the corruptibility of human immediately written. A Council was heldat prisoners now impending-the the who were in ambush behind the rocks ; they rowing for the consequences of an and WW' PiW
of all
view of the this is the the Thuilleries granting were Carmier, :Maloa, Agios and over which they had no control,
nature. Inmy subject, soon after his demise for the the real demands Government by the Chambers Quiles, lives to have
others, with 500 they would jjave laid down their
great rock 'on which liberty is in danger of purpose of agreeing as to the necessity of calling of Deputies-...anrf the tone of despair.ta men and 60 horses. The BeC
of the prevented.
- V splitting. But while we are thus regarding out the National.Guard, and permitting ken by the Opposition-have all contributed captain detatchment Don Bandillo Mal- .

t V. Jati rights and State sovereignty, the Uni- them to attend the funeral of their devoted to throw a damp ou the spirits of tho people los, tooK,up The his'pOlition detatchmeat:! and defeated ento 16 the men insurgents -, ..fW11j.".This l lane, Uflforuwitely. hu cot yet ,om'I M


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i tQr. and baa no reference yet live to see the prosperity ana
It gkiry of the Mr. fifccLane retired from his -. .. ,
but it to alleviate, if poe.frtime cause he has BO nobly drocated., councils. presence and his ru-: 11 '. -- -' -- --- .- .
-1 -
)least, the sorrows of a wI.bedtO 9. The American JYopy The for says it waft time that be did MARRIED, Notice of FartclosvTt -
at protection of our so, the opponents of tbe administration knew In -Mortgagt
Quincy/on the Sd insu the Rev.
by Lander
supply the wants of the orpban0.tcD Commerce trie pride of our Country-. long o late,more of the secrets of the department than Kerr, Mr. ROBERT S. I. ALL persons' Interested will tike notice that a .
and de. may DICKSON to Miss 'has this day_ bees filed ia the Superior "
of the aged it ride their friends. I
the dark am told that
over Gen.
the pillow blue wave with Jackson was SARAH ANN of the late
the Star Lto daughter Cipt. Hezekiah ; the M4&! District ct.Florida'for tbe County of Leon
7; mourn a baa we cannot ra.qtesting Spangled Banner" purge his offices of all oponents, declaring that Wilder both of that
_bo may fluttering in the breeze, commanding 'they shall find that place. I praying tie FoaccLQJVEC or' & MO&TOABE mi do
respect from out they are deserting Him a a t.d executed on the 3jpth A pril 1933, by George SIatJP-
sir to be the channel of the emblems of every nation, and 8triking little too soon. It is said that Rives or Forsyth,, to'Harvy M. Hate, ,'of and upon a Negro wcmaa
you our liberties to none. go to the State Department." the' of Sarah the
is afford by name to secure payment to tto
desire to MARINELIST.s
f tributiOn, their only 10. Our o\'ernment-Eslo perpetua. Harvey M. H&leofa promissory note for Nrne.ty.six

bob&s \on the applause of the brave 11. Liberty!-The Constitution!!-Union !!!_ FAAMKLIM COLLEGE,-The examination of the OF ST. MARKS.AIUUTEDJCLT Dol era, dated 30th April, 1833, and payable .
of enjoying another gratifica- Senior class in this institution closed on the afternoon on the first day January, 1833, with interest at tea
Destroy -
. dOrtUDity one, the whole is lost-we cannot of Thursday last 1, i per centum from the twenty-third day of April preceding .
: i 11'blessing) i the afflicted.v. be free without retaining all. f lour days. The having been continued Schr. Washington, Swaim 6 daos from New Orleans LEIGH REID, Att'y for Petitioner.
1$ to be, with perfect respect, class consisting ot 20 members, l with and groceries, to sundries. i .
honor 12. The&nericast Peopk Their was examined in the provisions Tallahassee, 12th July, 18 U. [W-2mJ] -&-
on Your obedient servant breasts are presence of six of the Boardof CLEARED- JULY 4, .

of 4 HENRY E. BALLARD the bulwarks of our country and in its defence Visitors, who expressed themselves highly gratified Brig Aldeberonto Davis, for Providence R. I. with TEE BAOESOVER ,

they are prepared with millions" without with the proficiency of the young gentlemen 135 bales cotton.
:D the U. S. Navy, commanding. cent for tribute" a in their several studies, and recommended that 7th, schr. Orion, Durkee, foi New Orleans.
1 ptiiD United Sta.tes.rodwmnIl I each should receive the degree of A. B. : -.

for 5 frigate the Baron Frycinet Prefect of 19. The Fair Sex- I: The examination of the three lower classes on NOTICE.

et &c &c. 44 Without the smiles from partial beauty won, the studies of the present term, will commence on .4 T the next Session of the County Court of

ichIHI i riDe, at Toulon of this communication Oh! what werc man a world without a sun." Wednesday, the 30th July, and the Board of Visitors .d- Leon county, we shall apply to said Court fora
the receipt VOLUNTEERS. i are expected to attend that examination and settlement of our accounts as Administrator and
w 'immediately afterwards, the Prefect, the exercise of the Commencement : Administratrix of the estate of HENRY B. FITTS,
. the and make
Dy President ,
of the a i
Ml staff has Paid a friendly' vi- Day.-The Proclamation report of the whole to the Ser.atus Academicus. deceased, at which time we shall present our accounts -

tea jed bra of a dcjtuncr a la JourchctterS !-The Force Billand the Protest !!!-All South, Banner. and vouchers to said Court for settlement

partaken and thing is restored unsuited to a Republican Go\"ernmcnt-Inay they LEMUEL BRUCE, Administrator the Marianna Course will
\ Ballad; every come off
3 and kind footing. The contribu- : all go to the tomb of the Capulets. We understand thai Col. Long, U. S. Engineer ELIZA A. BRUCE, Administratrix. 25ih November next. and continu Ctt

for "amicable been accepted for the I By the Vice.Presidcnt.-Equal burthens and who is about entering upon the arduous duties July, 5th 1833. [47-3m] _ f five days

&i however, has not equal privileges. of making a survey of a Rail Road route from ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. 1st clay $*!00-2 mile heats-J20 e"e. .

20 of tbe sufferers.ThTaccident Memphis to Augusta, hes arrived in our place. Its AT i the next January term of the County 2d day $400-4 mile heats-$30 do. '.'j
ri. which has befallen da, is far By Maj' J. A. Wooten.-The Orator of the i expected that Col. L. will make a cursory examination for the County of Gadsden I will present ?d day. $ -mile heats-3 in 5-$20 do. .'

feeing I n .n ple in tho Freuch Navy I Day. of the country from this place to Memphis my vouchers, &.C. to the said Court for settlement 4th 20 day do.Silver Sett-value $175-2 mile heat-''

net, In?: En the Captain of the Suffron sa)* I By Col. D. L. Kenan.-The Union and State after which he will return and commence the ; and thereupon pray to be discharged from 5th$day Sweepstake-free for all

occurred on board his own ship-and a I Rights, tHjJTf and o*dY"ioabk-WJ.Y remain survey at Augusta.-Ib. the Administratorship of the estate of THOMAS S. Tho proprietor feels oonfident that age much-14 00 do.
pi admits that in Statu REID late of said county deceased. be1 be sport may
whom I have met quo expected baa had the promise of *everal[
.tenant, I c.net1.s... Tho anib of May JOSEPH McBRIDE. from the ffen-
the & men different
within seven years he has knowname By Mr."Charles tlunnerlyu.-Thc Polar Star day I States that if our pursesxmld
eeti1flCS on which Gen. La Fayette expired-is sumo July 10th, 183-1. [48-tf.J justify it, they would cerainly attend
board vessels of the South John our
take on C. j
to place ( Calhoun-may its
thing bright what arse this winter. No
7.ay. I marked in Chronological history. On osctt Jt WHITE. pains will be spared to haveT.Jhe
' be was at the time attached-and i and piercing rays which are seen at the North that of ?< well conducted-very extensive preparation-
-bJcb day month
Americus Vespuccius PRACTICE LAW in the Courts of Mid
are making to accommodate
ocasion those
WILL who
that an en be
uitrat known, on one never eclipsed. may favour m
i well sailed or. his first voyage discovery and that Jackson County and the Cour ith their company. 4
salute of ball was fired into a Palace of !I By Williams Dickson, Esq.-The Reader of day of tho month witnessed the last mortal Appeals. CO OFFICE, Tallahassee In all instances, the Club will be governed by the .

:crd. Viceroy 0fSicily, by French vessels at the Declaration of Independence. agonies of Christopher Columbus. July 12, 1854. [48-tf.] New Market Rules. All _Entries to be male to thd .
rnero. By Mr. J. Lorimer.Andrew Jackson The On the 20th of May, Gen. La Fayette withIn FRES DRUGS WINES, th Sj-cietary 3 9 o'clo-k, 1', M. for the day previous to '

vt military chieftain and successful defender of the in.erior force, baffled the British General Surgical Instruments $ JAS. J. PITT tAN, Secretary.

-s, rit.yof New Orleans. He is nations Grant, who at the head M -nanna: Flo. 9th July, 2-34. [4S-20w
FLORIDIAN : using g'atilude of7,500 men, attempted HAVE just received n full supply ot fresh ]

dr! I to the subversion of the most sacred principles to surpiise the Marquis at Barren hill. LaFayette's I Drugs Medicines and Chemicals. Pure .'r?OThe<, ..v-fk an C .lumbus!! f-rward Ki; q.irpr h. 'vn: publish. the above d
tobe ; > urcount
- .1hL n Jl1l9 I I of the Constitution. Cursed be the man retreat on that occasion was pro- PORT M.ADEiTMti.MUSCJT LLE H7.VE. if \ttJui.i. '. ..Jn.KC*-ili.' .the secretary "J

who betrays the confidence of a generous people.! nounced to be a masterly military man uvre. in bottles, imported specially for the iisf of the ,..M.': -'. .-------------- ----. '
3. :ts('1(", vlr .
aUcoMB :
cr SATURDAY; JLYLWe j2. I By Col. John C. Love.-South Carolina !- It was en the 20th of May, at a later period sick. Weigand & Snovvden's supv'rior :\ 'Irt'T.1- I) l1 ,i1. ., .A-cntand At:*, in fact limy duly t ;iI

11, ''I Noble and patriotic South Carolina has that La Fayette's hopes )f a free French TIKG, TREPHINING, OBSTETRICAL EYE, DiaSEtr- I i. ;..1 my ';.I.IIVTS; DAVID rney B. 'tACO to trans-lll.

at arc ob'iged'! foi want of space, to defrr the : State Rights imperishable laurels. gainedfor republic, experienced a total destruction, in I ING, and POCKET INSTRUMENTS, in cases. I I I .d'Uii-,>.- July.:.lih. 14.: [f47.2w] :;,
03 uf ttie oration delivered on the 4th of the STOMACH PUMPS md PIPES, SI'VXT Lancet tnd -
'liicition By the Hon. C. H. DuPont.The ceremoninl where Napolean Buonapartewas COTTON GI.VS. ,
result of the Lancet Case, and Nurse Tubes, 8cc. ;
Dr JNO. W. MALOXH until'X''Uck.
Qu.iu-y, by :, declared A Fi'V rf (
..1\\] : Emperor. rtaipbclIfcGl.iz's
Of Virginia Elections-A star of hope emerging from An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the Cotton Gins for :
These : silc-I.nquic: ot C. C. *
. : I- the bosoin of night to cheer the friends of constitutional may appear somewhat: Shakers-:itnon which are Lemon Balu}, Galnp, DUVAL
.1'B trivial, but they are curious, and of Hysop Mint, Sage, Sweet Majorani: Savory =: BOUS1. .
A iter from C-l. White, dated June Q1say*, liberty. worthy a L kc. lit'/: th. t.;i >l. (174J J J'I I
Thyme. Cellery
passing notice -Albany? Dai. .dclv. ,
ih '3: t.e? bill allotting additional: 1 compensation to By Mr. J. W. KiDg.-John C. Calhoun The LIME JCICE ami LEMON Srncr. L. l X ni uhs:, fita irf... from date 1 will present my

1e and additional. friend of the South. EAIITHBUAKK SPICES of kind Genuine ISDIJ "dum>T.- settlement, and shall apply to tho
t'.rJudgei of Florida giving wo aANTA MARTHA. every Crr.r.v..j I r!.t'1I1. C .m.y Court of Jackson for
)ember io) Leon county has passed the House. By J. A. Berthelot. Esq. of Tallahassee.Thei71wrrupitbility We learn from Capt. Spencer, of the brig English, French: and Promt's S anx anJ Per i ot Disr..i.-son as Administrator county the estate ot'DAvu Letters,

rrifrf: is little doubt thai thty tviil I becoa-n laivs. of the majority in the late Senate of Medina, 16 days from Rio Hacha (New: I: fumcry. Mrs. Miller's! celebrait-d S:tTF. hv-I I [HOWELL, hit of stud cridec.cawd..
nard & Noye's celebrated INK anil l IMC Powni I iN'). \. C.
e are also informed, that ihe bill diloTving com- the United States-The only safeguard to the liberties Granada,) that inh>lligt.nct' WdS received thereon :. THERMOMETERS, II YDROMETER.-, Scr. I 2th: Tlln t3t.: [47.Cm] Adra'r.

|JQ pauo D to the citizeiis of East Florida, for iuju- of the American people. tho 29th ult. of aevere earthquake, oratries E. U. PERKINS.Tallahassee I -

1 irt sustained during us occupancy Ly }he Anjcri- ,, By Doct. McStevvirt.-The Tenon of Quincy of .'artbquiikes, at Santha Martha on.. July 9th 1831.1.f 1]] ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
i' the
I the 22nd, 23d, 24th and 25tu A next January term of the County Court t
May it lack for clever which
has become law. never ft.'lIobarley bree. destroy
a 23L. for die
; \mq. ed the edirices Tax (}ollecto1'! s ..\ lice. ; County Gadsden, the subscriber will -:
By Mr. E. H. Muse.-May the. usurpations of principal and materially injured pr..senr his ".u' :'ers. i c. to the said Court for scttltmr.t
of law, I shall 'attend l at the following -
rontl1t, I u\If\;_''J.r Jljidreio Jackson he eventually crushed and those the whole city. pursuance an-l thereupon pray to be discharged from thetj'llnIsrI'lV.IIIP >
for the the
cnlkcting ,
e. .c Adversary: u1Jur InJl r'ft.l'ni', rras who support him, forfeit all claim to rank with a The first and most severe shock lasted Territorial and county Taxes purpose for IHj-i : \ I're.27. >S3f.: ((47-6m nf the) estate JAS.of GILCHRIST.Edmund Gilchrist '

,:\nll amy! ceiebratcii on the 4th in it. in [t.e"ilI party which will ere long be hailed as deliverers 1 about 45 seconds and was followed in about 5 At the store of N.V.. \Valker, Srll: Point, on ADJJl .

d gt e of Monticcllo, ly the patriotic citizens of of our country. minntes by another of nearly equal severity Monday the 21st July. At the tavern of Mr. : prr- .aiiav ISTltATOR'S i ijlaims NOTICE. .

iiI tfferwn.: Tile Re\.Ckrgy 4jfU'U village being in- By the Orator of the Day.-The Democratic and dura'ion In tht course of that and the Dudley! St. Marks, on Tuesday: 22d of July.I ALL hENRY PITTMAW, late of against GaJsdcn the estate I .::

%d.Mr. MATHERS opened the Celebration by anoS and Republican doctrines of Thomas Jefferson next 4 days, no leg than 60 shocks were experienced At the tavern of Mr. Thompson, Magnolia! on d -'- ., .e.t" arsquired. to present them duly authentirate county- -

T.o and address the The of ; and at the latest accounts they had 'Vednesdav 23d Ju'y.' At the h-vj&e: of Jot -wu'mu th. tune prescribed by law, or they win
; : thrilling tu terror Tyrants and Monarchists
animating and
T.d only not ceased. Blocker, oa Thursday 24th Julv) At the inv.ise 'I forever baired. Those indebted to the estate, are
Throne of Grace. I safe-guard of the American People. The of.01.. W. Hart, on Friday tile 25lh; Jllh'' 5 p.q-ieited to make immediate payment.

i The followed! which rras read 1!I By'Mr. R. L- Harrison.-Our worthy citizen, width oi earth 6 inches opened and in many places to the At the house .,f Jlion D. Parish, Micka,.oiky! on ;I t _._-tiy .'.. l isi.; \..USS.. F. JONES Adm'r.fIFTY .

I ty Mr. BLTHEL BELL.OTT in a most impressivefcisnrr. I i C. H. DuPont, though defeated in his last election was thrown forth.; warm sulphureous water Sattirdalhe 26th July. At the luni>e oi John: ;I DOLLARS REWARD.

It w.3 introduced I by, u neat speech, ap- : still enjoys the confidence of a largo portion Hiv, Esq. on Monday 23th July.: At the house I
No lives were lost,-which is to be atribu of vYm. Huberts, on Tuesday the29h( JIlI .. At' Lookout fllabamaians and! JI
. yjpriate to the 'cc nsion, and which fully equalledtt of the enlightened and independent of
' part this ted to the fact that theTir&t and mot severe the house of John Kemirick, Wednesday. : 30t'. I or .stolen about the 20th of May last.
I his Ruway
iiifl oi CII.Llcd iVilowttficns.
exjievjiiuions a community shock tojk place while the inhabitants July. At the office of Daniel MrRae. Tallahassee !! H- I ilan named HARRY-He is about ,
I in
eo By Mr.: J. R. Harris.-Soutli Carolina May their houses ; as the of the were ; on Saturday the Ou of All'''''. A J jmrictunl I :vviiny v. }'ear. wf age-is a black,, low, well set c ,
falling tjlrs &c.
Te! oration camenic !, when the Orator, Dud: she long be distinguished! by love of country, by a would most attendence is required. I shall attend from 10 I I t'sllo-A, .: J lus the letter 0 branded distinctly on each
I probably have caused .
the death of rl.C': : Uc ia a rough blacksmith. I will give theniwc
'itiiAM F. TATLOR deliver it in fearless of o'clock, A. M. till 4 P. M. of t'aC l dav.
" a masterly independence opinion, and marked ;
0 a : great numbers, had they beer. in the street the Collector. I : rrrd lor his apprehension i and delivery torn
y sstiir! sustaiuhig himself: throughout in a ityleiftUjucncc adherence to her own rights with due respect for ; time. Several persons, however were ) Tallahassee 9th and for the arrest and conviction of the thief or "
severely July 1834.HtfJ t
!. thut Cjctro himself would not Jis I, those of others. mjuied. [ tW ntr-t ve dollar for the negro alone. Several ne-

d .w:. It a fxpccied that the Doctor will fa your By Mr. Rob't. Dickson.The next Presidentof The city was completely deserted at the 5OO BUSHELS OF CORN r"-s, and anu I horses apprehend have that been mine stolen has in becn'p.-irvieJ this neiglrborhu off. :

1 republic with a copy of tlC! Oration and that the United States-May he not be an Usurper latest accounts, the citizens having removed FOR sale, by the Subscriber, low fir cash or by some personar the Florida line, -vho are sutTiCte'J -

1.i Ir. Bell.lI:1" Will aio' laraish a copy of lus intro and Tyrant, but a Republican and State Right's into the country, with the exception of a a few barrels a short Northern credit with and gond Western security.FLOUR.Also, (,f di>and hoj:5St the practices other by the one ram by :the of na.tie John rf Qt-rns.Wm.Hainpkton "

iiKtory: remarks.Moaticello few persons who were living in tents on the JNO. BLAIR PEACHY. There is a nroi-ccution against the former tV resro;

July 7th, 133-1, man.By Mr. J. R. Chapman.-State Rights-The beach. _July 12th 1834. [48-8w] I "tcalinir. I '.vorld caution all perv.-ns agraias1 ->urcia

only barrier against an encroachmant of the Federal Th nrst :!r'i: !I. was severe at Rio Hacha, Notice. >.n, r.w negro, as he will be easily recognised by thelmanJ.s"tl .
hL checks.
CELEBRATION OF' r'lFl 4th JULY, ISM, Government soon as we refuse to defendour and f'.JS w'lv cxnresfe.i. that the .fAW.. hitild.iigt .. '
---- --- -- MYLES EVERITT.IlrKry .
IN QUINCY.The rights, so soon will we find a master. II1 i ot br.:'K ID thr phi: ct> would fall ; as they The Steam BoatS IId.! Washinpfon: county, Flu 1

I fiftvx' hi! Anniversary of American Independence By Col. H. f". Y un e.-The late Secretary of, werdncovered after tiis first shock to be IDA1L l Ut .J : J'I" : th, 13'4. ((474)Lf ) 5
3 _ ___ Now at M. Murks,v ih!: be rit.1 .
was c-.rUaieJ ii, the town of Quincy the Treasury, William J. Duane-An honest and I s lightly injured. The greatest part of the z Thr! Mobile Com Ulvertiser and the Colum-
fin nutLf for the Smva-inftt trnd.Sh
in >l rate ; l -
. *ah every demonstration of jO)'. At day-light,.a incorruptible Statesman. I i I buildings beiub built on stakes, were comparatively up will be ready lor her trips by th.- earhtst 1 i"If tut.l I 1.1> is'\ El"q.i"r111 fks. a'l.i forward publibli thir:the. yntmts aljove to once'his a office.r week., for

ttfwnal salute of tvveuiy-fbiii guns was fired, and By Col. J. C. Love.-The Reader of the Declaration f-ecurn from t lJjng.i river in the fill!!, wh'in she will! run t-:> the higiar i! -
r the "Star i No points she can reach, for freight! or Mscnrvr.ana I I L\\rrk.u sr.irE AMERICA, t
accounts h'.J been ]
Spangled! Bahner" unfurled to tile lllcU firm I!|: received from Carthagena
was and
. of ptrnkect-A unassuminc stop at all places where good Inn Jinj; be had. ; S ;'Tiic.y: JrpH-i\L tzrricror FLORIDA. 5
'' fro:> the outward walls of'Nixon's Ho- politician, deserves the confidence of a gratcfu' I,I which it i ia feared may suffer also. Those who live high: on the river, iuiy: c.u' 'ut-.t: on; I I To the Marshal of tht United Slates for said Du'trict toI

ti. A'. eleven o'clock a military procession was community. i I I the greatest: exertions being madr to ',rcr'nui: :..J.ifc ;I -Greeting : 1I ,

I furned on( ue Court House Square under the- Duct. :; The Western Division of the Pennsylvaniacanal their trade ; nd it ii honed, in rcurn, they will I '' 'HER EA ilirhard 'iv.berts, by his Proctor
I By A. Sweet.SCulliftcation-The i' has been f.tcilr.atc! the bu>inss oi'ih.- B'Kit by prt-p-trinij tandm V V " Gordon, Eq has filed his LIBEL, sta- ,
wnaindsof .1wi.jated steam Lalck .
I Cols Love and Yonge-the third terror of tyrants-the scare-crow of l it v.1.. by i places! for her, or dt-siirnating sui! pjints:1s will I tiP);;, aiic;m; and propounding, that the said Richard -'

. ttopwy the escort)-and from thence, By Mr. J. M. Gilchrist.-The sages who pen I w'- a sterna canal boat (Adeline) came uphOlD answer the best purpose 'If all c0nccriiet.! Uoberts, master of the s.-l,''oncr BrdcKs :ith, on the
. pfoceeJed to the Methodist I P.ttsburg and went on to Jonstown. This bUng a new and experimental scheme, the undersigned ?'ih day of June, 1334, -overed bales of Cotton
" t ere, aftcr Episcopal Church, ned-the patriots who sealed with their own blood 1 Sh returned on Sunday morning with a load looks for the most liberal patron t gc from th! I fhllinon the hii sris. hbandoned: and derelict

.S tile prayer by the Rev. JESSE Cot, the Declaration of Independence. of-0.000 Ibs. of blooms this planters of the upper country tIn the rmr. lie will: ihatvih: ffrrat difncu.Lj: belLI Roberts and the
1 Declaration! of Independence, prefaced by a By Duct. J. M. Nixon.-Qedsden' County ; passing placever transport Cotton or Goods at the lowest rates ht am crew of the said schoon-r sue t.:dcd in saving and in
r w Pineal I ) handsomely at tho rate of rather more afford, which will not exceed the rates elsewhere! per hrin' iii-r to the port of KV t'::,fifty-seven biles ofs
. remarks, was audibly,distinctly, and all her fellow crafts be entitled to better '
May three miles nn hour. and making less wave in Steam Boats. id ''o'.tcn, and prays Salvage on the same ; And
tsphaticaliy read by CHARLES H. DcPoT, Esq. wages. [.tht water thin a bout drawn by hordes. She HENRY CO\VDEX.l'bstcr. whereas, the JuJ e of our said Court hath appoicted.the

i I jr I y a classic, chaste eloquent, and patriotic Ora- By Robert Forbes, Esq.-The next President le propelled by moans of a fixture of peculiar ot.. Marks, July 4th 1634- [-l:3-jwl 5rst Monday of August next, f br all persons con.
be cued and intjnrULi
;pronounced by Duct. ions WOOD MAJ.OKE.J May he listen to the petitions of the.penpk. construction, which works in a recess of the TO THE PUBLIC. Court House to at Key West, in said to Disiric appear; to at show the

II procession returned in the same order toaixon's By Mr. O. W. Pittman.-When wine enlivensthe st.-rn tntirely under water. The enterprise rWlHE following Certificate from R.A.Greene,Esq. cause, if any they have why the prayer ot said petition
JL Secretary to his t' Lumpkin,
.I Hotel," where they Eat down and par- heart, may joy surround the table. of the proprietors is worthy of commendation, iN'j. Governor of the SLate for the uencfit You should are not therefore be granted.hereby anthorised

I 1oJk.9f Jot a.iuraPtuous dinner. Col. SIMPSOR W JL- By the Company.-Our worthy host, Doctor a sell us the hope that it may prove profitable i ; of those afflicted with \ and stiictly enjoined 'o cue and admonish, emro\\'crec, .

t prrsl.ied, assisted by Judge HENRY GEE, as JVixon-May his prosperity be commensurate I to them.-H cav for'lr ll;. : DYSPEPSIA. ; i interested, or having any right, title or claim to said

1ce.lrt1ident. with his fare.APPOINTMENTS. i "A servant girl of mint, who hid 1 for several years fifTy-seVeTi bales of Cotton, by publishing this monition .

After the cloth was removed the following .1 Marriage Lottery.-A handsome young I laboured under a Dyspepsic and Liver Afftcntm, and : in some newspaper in the Territory of Florida, or
1 r Toasts whose life I had dispaired of after the trial! of several in some adjoining State thereto; at least four weeks
were drank : BY THE PRESIDENT.By fellow mic! i adiiy make a fortune by the physicians to relieve her, was successfully treated by before the said first Mone ay August next. --

. REGULAR TOASTS. and with the advice and consent of the Senate. ( adoption of a. Ian simalar to the following Doct. PITERS of this place (M LI ledge ville) whom: I I And what you shall do ia thepremises, you shaD

1. -TAf in the The mo: : .II.IU.t matrimonial scheme we consider pre-eminently skilled in these complaints. duly certify unto the Judge aforesaid, at the lime iccJ
FORSTTH of State place
. day wc Celebrate-Hailed as the era of JOIIK Secretary R. A. GREENE. place, aforesaid together with this writ. .
J our COaI1tf"S glory, and welcomed by millions of of Louis Me Lane, resigned. ever heat r; 'a > on the Lottery principle.The Milledgeville, Gco. June 1834." Witness, the Honorable J.UIES'VEBB Judge of
j t-eemen. LEVI \V OODBcaT, Secretary of the Treasury, in I you-:, guitieman pro)@
2. The' the place of Roger B. Taney, rejected. prize tbe drawn in ho usual way. The From the Georgia Telegraph, edited by Dr. M. eighteen hundred and thirty-four.

W memory of George ras/iznr/on/ -Justly WILLIAM S. HOLABIRD to be Attorney for the ticket ,ere of various prices, the youngest Bartlett and C. E. Bartlett, Esq. bearing date July3d ALEXANDER HAMILTON DAY Clerk,
V Fttlier of his Country. District of Connecticut. the least. Widows' tickets were 1834. j By H K. NEWCO B. Dep'y Clerk. -

I The memory of Lafayette.onrf THOMAS TURNER and FLEET SMITH, to be Justices lady i p'j'ng than those of ladies who had DYSPEPSIA. TIIEalFOaE, know ye, to all whom it may concern, I .

fl 4. 7'ht Mw the/ United Statt-Thc of the Peace for the County of Washington, much higher afflicted with ibis (fashionable and, that in pursuance of the above monition, from under 1
production of in the Distriet of Columbia. nevcr been married. When a certain sum- PERSONS considered almost incurable disease,ae the Seal of the District Court of the United States of ; .

of united talent-the keystone of our CHAKLES SCOTT to be a Justice of the Peace for say one hundred thousand dollars-had been under lasting obligations to the scientific skill and research America, for the Southern District of me" .:

ltt fwtrnment-the palladium of our liberties, and I the County of Alexandria, in said District. raised, the lottery was to he drawn, and the .of Dr. J. P. PETERS. The preparations of this directed and delivered, I do hereby give public notice, :.
bulwark of frecdom. ticket gentleman for the cure of Dyspepsia and Liver Com to all persons in any manner interested therein, thar
successful was to
S. The holder of the marry plaints, have obtained an extensive and deserved cele- they be and appear before the Court to be holden ii. -
leJ i heroes q/ the Revolution Who fought, It is said that the honorable Mahlon Dicker-son the gentleman and enjoy the fortune. If she brity. And we feel that we are doing an important and for said District, at the Court House in the Ciw

r.aai and died in frccdom'8 cause-their virtues has been nominated as Secretary of the Navy refused to marry him, they were to divide the service to the afflicted, in recommending them to the of Key West, on the first Monday of August next, a* -
: as of public. Dr. P. bus been regularly educated to the profession ten o'clock, A. M.of that day, then and there to interpose -
incorruptible monumentd to their memovng made acant by the appointment between them.
Department, sum their claims for
of Medicine; is a graduate of a respectable same, and to make their allegations -
may they live in the recollection of theif Woodbury to the Treasury Department. We purpose an improvement to the effect Medical College ; and has been licensed to practice in support thereof.

tountrJInen. Globe. that a company of handsome young fellows by the Medical Board of Georgia. We have been THOMAS A8TIN, U. S. Marshal

I ,. Thcnnas Jf.fffrlon- hero who stood as enter into the scheme-say fifteen or twen- made acquainted with thecomposition of hismidicme, Southern District of Florida.

the barrier between The correspondent of the United States Gazette that after the tickets are sold, the ladies and consider it a scientific preparation purely vegetable By R. R. FLETCHER, Deputy.
lad Federalism and Democracy, oi Mr. ty-and I and well calculated for the removal of the complaints [ Key West, June 17th, 1834. ((47-4w) _
i by his thus accounts for the resignation have the privilege ofdecidin" -
who hold them
, sound judgment and republican spirit,, for which it is recommended. No harm can
Poiaed our rights p McLane. by vote, as to the most preferable of result foom its use. We have seen its bcneacial re- PLANTBBS' HOTEL.
tbe Union
of the States
I IJ1d SoverigDty of upon Ie The resignation of Mr. McLane has surprised the gentleman--the one who receives the larges suits in several cases that have come under our own THE subscriber has taken the PLANTERS HOTII..

, 7. The the States. us to day. It is said that it is owing to a dis to be considered the prize. observation. takes this opportunity of informing hi friends
Prnidcntofthe United SttUi-TlieboW pute with Gen. Jackson, on account of ins! sen ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. and the public that his HOCSC will be open for their reception

: f lOIn> the American people shall be his resting ding to the Senate a copy of the letter written by WANTED IMMEDIATELY. persons having claims against the estate ol on the 1st of March 18Si.8tf .

place as long as he respects the Constitution butt Gen. Jt-ckaon to Mr. Stevenson, 12 months ago, CARPENTERS to work in Man- ALL ( HCHT&&, late of Gadsden county, dec'd, KIDDARM. MOORE. _
; WO
fj en he transcends informing him that he was to be nominated to ffl JL good and Good are required to present the.u duly authenticated within lIE schr. ORION daily expected from Charles
the authority which it anna, during the summer autumn. law will be forever T
bihe pre- En This letter was sent, m obedience VIi the tiMe prescribed by or they tonwith5OOIzaahcIofCORXandafewbarreti .- _
affn. wilfully anti traitorously, let his bed be the W'from the Senate, for a.l correspondence wages will be paid to the industrious and study- barred. Those indebted to the estate. are requestedto of FL OUR Either will be sold for cash by _
and the block his c said ought not to no others need apply. make immediate payment. JOHN BLAIR PEAO Y.
pillow. the" The President it
j ,. Be2jwnin ject. the contrary JNO. Q SEWALL, /NO.M.G.HUNTER.B 'r, May St, 1834. f41tf] :
I : iratkiv Leigh-Honest in.his have been aenU Mr. McLane maintained Iuly 5tj434 {47wt' N.RlCE 1I r. .' .
i cple8 Ud' ariuna, Jury 9th,454. t4S.w.J 810 btho ti.:
an4 virtuous ia Jiia p rwit ; p :f he' The i4eAmc iigruCiO'i' .


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TSfOTICE.C legal representatives :of Xatini ,Arm- CONSUMPTION'CURED. M o SuperiorGwtfor IJjtfadilte. .
,.and all others concerned, will please Lton C U1it ,
Law &rttiIr&iin formerly existing between Clerk of the Held at the City of '
take notice that I have filed with the Tallahaa3st" '
U John P. Booth 5nd hines Westcott Jr. bath DE LA MONTERAT'S COLUMBIAN VEGETABLE the 24th o 1.'
been dissolved Superior Court for Leon County, Middle District day of April _
agreement SLAUGHTER
March. 1834. of'Florida, a petition for the division of a certain b SPECIFIC. I' & c. LABUZAN, t' Ca

I Tract of Land, with two Houses thereon situated, the most valuable remedy ever yet discovered for Complaioanl1 S

\ A CARD.WMTCOTT on the St. Marks river, at Rockhaven, in the said IS cure of Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Asthma.Spilling CAROLINE against

9': Jun" D JnmoR declined a continuance in SALES.-The subscriber county of Leon, containing about 560 acres of of Blood, and all diseases of the Beast and administratrix JANE RINGGOl L1
loca of
having It.ompsCs James
the otficu IIf S t of U. S \Uotnt"Y for the Middle DilltrJ"t,chiefly that he might in Tallahassee, proposes to do a general c the disturbed nerves, gives strength to the deceased, and Richard and Mary King.-
dcvottf his time eiclutu riff and tmrtmittivgfy to the practice of commission business, reguiar sale days, Tuesdayand Latinus Armstead and H. W. Braden ; and thata the Appetite, improves the Spirits, etc. nltJ.! Defendants. 3efl
the"Law; and he inf.mni his fiiend* in Florida and elsewhere, Saturday. motion will be made at the next term of the Lungs, repairs each bottle of the apmnring to the 00CCttf
that all business entrusted to him in the Court of Appeals in Bill of Directions accompany IT satisfaction of the
He will also attend toadministrator and for the C
othorsalcs -
't any of tbe Courts of theMiddle District, or in the Superior Superior Court fur Leon county, appoint- Specific, pointing out in a most conspicuous manner defendants do not reside in tl '
I Omru of Jackson and Franklin Counties iuVp.1t Florida, or i in the county. ROBERT J. HACKLEY. ment commissioners to make the said: division. all the in their different stages of the disease in : he State of Georgia : On motion ojS| ,

of Dt-cat'ir and Tlioma CounTies Georgia, will receive the March 23d 1833. 33tf June 21st, 1834. [45-17w] H. W. BliADEN. and particular symptoms directions respectin the treatment w hll.c nants counsel, it is ordered that unless ..
most Jfl.lOctnat.and as-iduous attention san
N. B. Instruments the
executed with
writing neatness it with well authenticated ccrtificates dants do appear liereoa or bef.lre <
Tallahassee. Mav 14, H34.MIDDLE using together many the rill
and l bv R. J. HACKLEY. C
LEON ACADEMY.nnilE next, and answer the MOI*
: cures, etc. J
: DISTRICT rompl.unant
: '
bill will "
AND I IVER-COMPLAINT.-- public is informed that this Institution will In consequence of the great and increasing drmanu said betaken pro confesso, and .
; : Superior Court-Leon County. DYSPEPSIA Professor of Phyiologica'! JL he ohen for reception of Students on Mon- for this specific, the proprietor is enabled to reduce the thereof decreed accordingly: Provided the

\ WILLIAM W. BRIGGS, ) ,Q assumpsit. dicine, who, for several years, has devoted his entire day the 2bth( instant, under the superintendence of I price to 75 cents per bottle,thereby enabling it to come this order! be inserted in the Floridian, 'I IItPJ*

Summons $ 1,050. attention to the treatment of chronic or inrcterate HUGH MATHEWS M. D. late Professor in the Classical within the reach of all persons. publid i'f"Il Tallahassee once a week fOi rour '

1 CHARLES C. ASH, ) : eases, has succeeded, by chemical analysis and dls'l Department of vhc University of Maryland, Dr. CHAPMAN'S Anti-Dyspeptic Pills. ccoss'vcly, previous to said first lond1tlQrO&J. egls
Attachment issued -March 10th 1834 for SI80.I (A ropy) Tcste
thesis, in forming a combination from several proximate -I Baltimore. These Pills have been successfully used by thou Mu If : --q
vegetable principles, to which he has given thn TERMS OF TCITION : P'J-.t'Yl 1 JAS. ;. T.1i
sands who to their superior efficacy (over N
I, THOMAS W. PAUNTLEROY, name Meiiicinac Stomachics ct Hepaticte ; which has 1st class. . . . . 40 per annum. i other can remedies testify now in use) for the cure of Dys- 7ft a Superior Court for the -.HiddeI------ { ,Ci\

vs. 1, In debt. proved far\more efficient! than any remedy heretofore 2d class. . . .. ......30 do.Payable many flonda Lean > rI : pre
forms strengthto :
pepsia in all complicated they give County 1
JOHN LAUDAMAN who is imf Summons$2000
i discovered in those distressing makdiea of in advance.!
curing the Held at the City of Tallanassee
. the debilitated of digestion, repair appe- oi
pleaded wit Jain 2 S. Linn J organs ,
At'a-.hracnt' issued April 5th 18i,1or129O.EDWA1D mind and body, which are generally comprcr.ende under The scholastic year will be divided into two sessions ttite,removes nausea and sickness of the stomach, ha- 21st day ol' April, 1334 1 CDgW
" ; the sweeping terms DTSFEPSIA and LivER-U >MTLANTS of five months each. First term beginning on bitual cu.tivcncss head-ach, palpitation of the l heart, JOHN ROBERTS, Comp.aman '
' LOOCKERMAN" -It is likewise an almost certain cure for enlargement the first of October and ending on the first.'f Mardi: : and many other nervous affections. They contain no against (t"l".".- ,'

& WILLIAM P. CRAIG, trading of the SPLEEN I,. Second term beginning on the first of April and end Mercury, nor do they sicken the stomach, they arc a ELIZABETH ROBERTS Defendant \ !Torce.D m. torY t.\tes

under. the} nam- style and I Among the symptoms of Dyspcpsiaa.nd Liver-com ing on thA first of September in each year. mild and safe cathartic : there is no restriction in dietor appearing to the satisfaction of :;
ia plaints, are flatulency, sourness or burning in the stomach Fall vacation in the month of September-Spring IT the P '
assamfsit.THEQDDRE .hem.
firm of LOO<1En.tA.s & CRAIG, } drink or exposure to wet or cold while using JiiT.davit of the complainant! that tii T 'VI'rr
melancholy, irritability, disagreeable taste inilu of March.
\"S. vacation io the month Hill of directions vill accompany each box of Pills, dant resides in the State of South: t
LAPORTE mouth ; great irregularity of appetite, which i is sometimes Recess of one week at Christmas.The tvhi'-Ii! will fully explain their motion of said complainant counsel CO.roina! : ; C

alias Count DE LA PORTE, voracious and at other times greatly deficient; number Students limited to 30. ,)( the well known reputation of tnese Pills for that unless the raid lffendant do n IS ord :Stair
thirst, fetid breath, nausea, weakness of the stomach f>r admission made to LESLIE A. IlL DOVD the bill of the appear and > -.
Attachment; issued January 1st, 1931, for 8697 52. Application many y- ( ; propriuior ( Philadelphia) complainant or before the lw*
and eructations, palpitation, drowsiness?, ircgularityof Tuo,lrsos, Treasurer of Leon Academy. deems it unnecessary to gi"e any further detail of day in October next-the said bill firstI "

defendants in said ci'es, and all others in- I the bowels, pressure ou the stomach after meals, .rURIUT'ir IL BETTO ) >) them. A fresh supply has been received, and for sale confesso, and the matters thereof, decreed will be Liken

THE will take notice of the issuing of saidAtachvnts ) pain: in the head, dizziness or vertigo ; confusion f DAVID B. MACOMB; ; by appointment by F. B. PERKI S. Provided, a copy of this order he inserted CCOTd, L>{.0 tetritCttjst
mind attended -i&h tho Iv r memory, a gnawmjjsi i in
I Ithe -3 the r
JAMES McMULLIN Tallahassee, Nov 23d 1 1Ftf t lidian
above and also a
: as stated are required stomach when chilliness affection of newepaper -
empty, Tallahasseeollc4
to aiprnr and plead to the declaration filed in said sight and hearing, pain and weakness in the back R. Y. WELLFOUD, I < I week, for Ihree months : previous J31 I IT1

cases respeciivvlv, accord-n to tie statute in such languor, disturbed steep, cold feet and hands, tremor I CHARLES A.USTIg a FRESH DRUGS. first Monday of October. to3ait

: ; case made and providsd. Dated May 12th, 1834.: uneasiness in the throat, caugh, pain in the side 01 LESLIE: A. THOMPSON, & 5 I &PlI\Ym tPtBm ryntaElr gQ ( A ropy) Tcste, -!

:; I JAMES D. WESTCOTT, JR.4nif breast, &c. THOMAS BROWN, J j J 9 May 10 F3--1I1lI l JAS. S. <
I Att'y for Plt'ffs The above maladies lead to organic affections of tin Tallahassee, May 23d, 1834. JLST: received n full supply of fr-.oh ru..s, spices, ,. -d'tI"tf'r f i.\Ck Edln'J lston I.INNCpk. crl1 etc P .
, MIDDLE DISTRICT : stomach, liver, and heart, terminating in-Dropsy,Con. In Superior'Court, middle district, Leon County.KERR. AI. o, sugar; b,.lcr's Thermometers, g'aduatL I to 300) !i-r. I il-.t! ; .subscriber is :n expceteivinr rry, p.\
: sumption, Apoplexy; according to the climate, habits & STURGES '- rOtH Chaileston, S. CarolinaCOKN ]atclleY'
Superior Court-Jefferson County. ] degrees, 0:1 brass scales of 22 inr'ns ; litmu: Tmncr-: Caro0f
:, James L. Parish age, sex, and temperament of the patient. assignee of \\In. Williams, Petition to forclose ic, etc. : Maynard and 'loye's cdehr.Uf'tllnr. mid [uk.. FLOUR, SALT&c.. &e. :
, In Covenant. Prepared by J. P. PETERS, M. D., MillcdgcvilleInventor vs : > Mortgage. Forsjlen Consi .trJ !
' Mar/tn Palmer, 1 Powder ; Lowe and Heeds genuiii: Chlorint-! tooth nnient. Individuals
: vs. } Summons,,nd respond end utn fcr and sole rroprietor.Testimonials.umcro,1s THEODORE FLOTARD.J wash, the best article kno'.vn for diseased'h and : of the ob'jve articles, had best aof,ly wishing ) :1

Otwcll E.Buut.: J $ -,rOO damages.AttRchment I tertificalcs m'jht 1 he adduced I N 7OTiCE is hereby given to the said Theodore! Flo- pums ; Billiards ( Iii of So-ip for ,'lcansinp '. oolen I JOhN \ tIommedl.'Hely.PE.\CliY. tcest'T

issued May 16th, 1631, for S 1000 relative to the extraordinary cures pcrfurmec 1.1 tard, and to all persons claiming, or to claim by, cloths; s \b! lit Lemon, for removing ink and .:ains in I Sf. -Iarb:, -\prii8th.! 1834. f3vf: | !

damages. by using these medicines; but the following arc thought through, or under him: and to all persons interested, cloth ; Luoifur and Photpliorua\ match's ; ('sIorne'scetdraied i w._ .-7 ,. ,.). .'II.. .L..->. ll1nl1l.tDr'.ct Jal._ l1iJ,
sufficient! the minds of the uy tOdl1l'
to satisfy must skeptical .
: that foreclose in thf- -
'. petition to a mortgage on ou colours bf.uitifnl! l 0 ; /'
: water etc
L.l' sands
; -bs : ot'unLcu, ; >:''r Ju'lhtor: !
Frr .i Dr. James Eiacll, Author of the Medical Cotnpan' i of Tallahassee! (ori in.\1 ,) No. Iril 182 &. i :1'J
city ,
Jane L. Parish, } In CU)"'. plan and Pounre boxes ; fanny and dilated lozeiut-s ; J-V} .
I \ > Summons ad icspondsndum for ion, or Family Physician. 201 ; mortgied William Williams! and by sftidWillums patent biri-y: |io\vjfn.d, sago, cc. etc. All of whiclr -\L"O'- : ;.'

I I"S.Surt. ) 2,000 damages.: NEW-OKLEANS, Dec. 20ih 1831. assigned and tUIf"l'r.1: William Kerr will be sold! ch aj for cash or 'lpprllndredit.. 1,70' bllSh.s. A L T,''..., 0;" .1I i fireJIJTADE
I .\tt chnent! issued May. ISth. 1831, for $ lOOO da- To whom it may conctrn.-This is to certify, that 1 and Robert Stur rss, }has been fiiod this day in th: E. B P Ell KINS. l-Yormrv 8th. I It3.- -.r2 tn ,, KI
!. I Tflag.s.t have witnessed the operation of Dr. Peter's MedicinaSlomachicr Clerks office of the Superior Court of ..ron County. Tallahassee, Der" mb'.r llth li tf ,I
: tt Hepalicct in a number of very obstinate Dated this 18th' march 134JA.IES

i' j t I defendant in said oases, nr.d all others inte Dyspeptic and Liver-affections, of long standing,likewise A. BERTHELOT, NE'V DRUG STORE, W. ?/.. ..:-.-Tlie sub-

I THE ', will uke notice of the issuing ,'f said in several caoesof the enlargements of tho pleen ; mardi 22, ((32tf.) For peliuners Kerr &. Suirg. ,s. Ins jufct rfccivul by ship Amerirun, from

. ; Attachments as above stated, and said) frmlant i is and its affects were truly astonishing. have no hesitation -JOhN---\V. REA YES. Ni.w York a completf assortment: of fresh and genuine .!: .

1\ also! required to appear and plead to the declaration in dfciarinjj: it the most valuable preparation )' Attachment. Drue! and! 1.d'.-ile.; also punts, oils, pla-s and )C"

!: filed in said cases respectively, according to the statute for those distressing ailments that has ever come within ALEXANDER vs. SIII- lE. )> dye( stuffs, p-itent medicine! p' rfun1l'rj sr.rgeons irs.'ruments :- ?
my knowledge. JAMES EWELL, M. D. rtc. etc., ro rprisin v-ir.iipirill \ ')
in such case 'nndft and ''idcc.J. : syrup I
prc A LL ccnrcrnul! will take notice that suit
Wilkcs Geo. Jan. persons
County. 1831. {'it. Bclladona, ext. cinu t, cxtnicf punine lr
Dated l th! 1933.1tfJ.D.V1STCOTT. prussiate
U May ./u. hits been mstitticd Attachment in the aburr ,
The ivdersigncd ran bear testimony to the by : l
iron sal rtiidiita.s
superior m ; corrosive vihlimarejturpt '"
f\ .T.Att'y for Plt'ffg. efficacy of Dr. Peter's Medicine Stomichicae lIepatct stated case, returnable to u Justice Court to b,i held! : :.
I : ct
, mineral, irinjjias.iodinr 1 hum kinn, (ln 11I:1:1i. i
--- -- ry
D.-For sal a: valuable! trt'tnf land containJLA in the cure of Dyspepsia and Liver Complaints i UI It. J. Hacklcy, t.sq. in the city of Tallahassee 1111 m.innn, sulph-Hte m' rpiium! musk, oil rroton, Englishblue : :.
1 ins 560 Montic-jllo Jeffcrsoi. from ,crs'nnl, expe1'encc. the first :Monday:: in \pril next. The defendant and mo-9 pulv. antimoni:1\rs. helleborr'. ) i '1111
acres, lying near squills, iz., and sold \ !
interestd ,
county, Florida, bclc.njiiv--. to Lawicnro Hill! of New- WM. G. JOHNSON.Dr. all persons are requited to appt-ir and pr;ot, furcru;ruk sd: cepha! : j=nufi', isinglass i i.sut- - tail in \ ''
York, this tract of land, i is about one half hammock P's' Mcdk'ine Sto'nachicx Hepitixare put up ulctid. planters! Su-ainr; panarca; ilit'o Vennif"jc, quinine, county ) 3 =r'1
March 27th, 1s?! 1. !3t}-3-n: ] Conitablr concerned in the Patent with I "r .
: in '
; parcels wi'h full directions for From \
And the J'\t.1I\ce of oak, and well! watered with a spring using. one sliychnine, mor|.hiiini, breast p'prs niI'; | !e iiiitb..iipping Tho hove Ointment
oranch running the ; to three parcels will be necessary to complete a cure. Selon Allen and Moses instruments with l n off-fed r
: through same : persons wishingto )ii AJfnl) complete pimp stoinath lIe and certain
I BCC the Lmd!, will apply! to James L. Parish, Eqr at! Thf price ii $5 a parcel. tr.( ang under the name and style pumps, complete! with metallic pumps < t>:., eectr'aio.ittery : -.ume of which have remedy! for balll-d h<>
Monticello, who will show the same, and for tains,p A great rju-iMiily of thf above very valuable preparations ofS. & \1. ALLEN. glass funnels, class[ vials, lamp: !ais, science.1st sa tong '

I] will! be liberal, apply to me in Tallahassee! : 1 I will be kept constantly on hand; by t.s. ATTACHMENT. male and femiie urinals, crown lancets, turnkeys, a White JI.

will n'j ,> sell the rem..iniag lots, in the west addition E. B. PERKINS( Ti'llahawe, John T. Barr, Sam'l. Sterrct, and :.iawk. bills, surgeons jer.dlcs! pessaries, trusses;godI.'af 2d SwuilingKof e\ery f'- I. r

to :Morrirello!! and give a barzriin if applied fur soon: VVho is authorised{ to dispose of them cither nt whole Henry Kneeland, under the styleof ; carmine, camel's hair p'-'ncili, water colour paints, 3d Sore Schirrnsor Lpg< and Uk.rflog! !

Nov 2:1(1: litfJ TURIUTT I R: BITTO: : sile (r retail, on as reasonable terms as they can be JOHN T. BARR[ & Co. .:anninr suucers, s.lf! syrcng, some of the very VH- lho..e! hardened til.indalar 1
t tumours: 's
obtained of the in womell
proprieti r. r.HE defendant and all u\llc of Air. GKOROEV.. CARPENTER : ,
others concerned preparations a
. .TARE HOUSE ANT COMMISSION( BUS JOS. PRIESTLEY PI t limes terminate: in ulcerated cancers.
t hereby notified, that an Attachment in the above Philadelphia, ( :iz.) ext. sars'iparillafci piv.ifyinglhoblood 4th
V Felon's
NESS AT APAL \CIIICOLA F.I/MUDA The few th-j or wlintome people
followirg are among many persons that case has been sued out of the oifice of the Clerk of tinSuperior and iuVig'rutiilg; the system: generally.! 3
I The subscribers, !having afoeiaiod tlunsse'vistoduther ; hive been cither rmcd o Catarrhs of every description.
miircly IIr rtatiy benefited I
Court of [ Ext. Bodice for of the b.'a-Jder!
Florida and he and complaints urethi,
.con ,
under the stile and mm ..f FORD & \RDIN, within the last twelve months, by the use at Dr. Pe county 5th Rheumatic; I'ain.of the jo ntq.
all others arc hereby to to the declaration etc. comp'd liverwort, an invaluable! for
required plead syr. remedy
purrtMv' : ?rflsting a Gener-tl W.IRL HOUSE aat ters' Medicinx Stomacliic-e et Hcnatic.-c: within the Sprains! ant! Jruies of every:
in terms of the statute. coughs, consumption. etc. rilrutcd kuli for making the 4
: cot S'S/OA' Husinrss >il .tyaltcliicola.! Having: state of Georgia. wnateverpait situate.
I EDWARD CHANDLER neutral mixture Hjrrowgite sats.the! celebrated J
tnado. suitable with I I medicines 7th Tetters of all kind
arrangements f-.ernl vessels j fur \1rs. Abner Hicks, Wilkinson.Mrs. In lhn
""I the direct trantp.)rtutioii of Cotton, Kc. citl,' \ to New Cant. James Willis, do. ApIl129,183'1. [3S-3tri) Plaintiff's Attorny. of Mr. Ihu-)]'.-')! Kidiler, B'ston ; viz. kelps -icnt. ir. applying tho Ointment, inA
botanical drops:, said to be a most certain ant! ctfectualremedy 1
S York or New Orleans ; and having facilities at all!! Coi Wm. F. Bond, do. LAND FOR SALE. out of water
I.. times within their p:>.v: r to mike advance? WayneV.. Ecland.! Esq. Laurens. for every disorder arijinfrom an impure 81h Chilblains or parts affected by t.)
I subscribers offer for sale, on accommodating state of the blood, and humours' Relf' B. dr>p asthmatic It is .
upon prodr.ce consigned to their care anil m.\nnp.mpnt; Bryan AIl & they would respectfully tender their p rvis and solicit Col. Jsihn \V. Porter, ;, the following tract of excellent LAND, pills for female! cOl1)l'hmts.ob.strudlOns, hypo- r Scalds.: It eases the pain and draws i -
J liberal with a fine stream of water passing through it ; handsomely chondri.i, ftl' anti-hiHious pills, vegetable! specific: for short
a patronage in the above line of business, tIme.
Chipman, Esq. Jones.
situated about 7 miles from Monticello in and .
.I Jrf- dyspepsia indigestion rheumaticlinamcntHunters
pledging their personal und individual attention to all AltxandT! Irvm For Inflamed omen's Breasts, !
Erq a!hingtou.
business forson County, to wit :-The Southeast quarter and syphilitic mede. Dumfiey's ointment, pile remedy
consigned to them, cither for sle or otherv.wise. .' C..1. Gro. Malhcws, Grof-n. 34 Swelling! it i is superior to any IT :
East half! cf the Southwest Section 31 The British :
: quarter, eye wutt-r, anl-irepti dcr.trinoe, albion! corn I the medical faculty It is much .
I Their Wre Houset and Close Stores are undergoing STORAGE STORAGE! STORAGE West half of the Northeast, and the East half of the plaster, Cambrian tooth ache rils.Vith other articles -t of any prepartion of that material! ; o".

a thorough"repair, wili! be lare and commodious, IN addition to his ware-house) the Southwest cf section 32, in Township One, Range too numerous to mention; the above for sale low I not lay tho patient liable to injury a!'
pituated in a desirable of thu and four North and East, containing together 400 acres, for cash, or an approved credit. E. C. LED V A 1 111): cold. S'.,
part as ex.mptfrom has I ,
<-r i'ecentlyercctcd a spacious build! less. Persons wishing to the land Marianna October 28tl:
more or examine -11]ltf Druggist.
the dan fire This
er-5 of as other house of Ointment has c.iredorcof !
any a 80 :33 feet :
ng by foneceiving cotton and fJolls. who will
is referred show it.
Capt. Murray,
eimilar charai-i, on the Point. TIMOTHY M'CARTY. KERR STURGES.. DRUG STORK FOR S1K"t f inS-!.. Where n is imnn. nihfi! or .:I,, som
WM._ P. FORD, (hue of .Au-ust\, Ga.) St. '- external sore, in ot'
: Dceember27thl83l. 19tf Tallahassee June 14th 1834. THE subscriber! i
((44tf) wishin? to close his lnbe
K1JW1J. J. IIAKIJI, (Apalach! ula.) can. us or rotten it w ill stop ihs ;

4 R FEll E.VCES.-Sttwart .y Fontaine, Smith! $. BROWN'S HOTEL. $405 REWARD.PROCLAMATION if consisting business, uill of Fresh sell his and Dru; Est-\bil.hment DRUGS, increase the quantity of the i aT

\ .- Mrrrg'J.I, J. S. Ci/'ioun'; M. JV; PnJ y, $ c. T. 4. 1. IS"the West side of the Calitolqurr, between &. MEDICINES, Patent genuine Medicines, Stirgeon's fanshf* smelt, and easa the pain. .
Evans 4. Clio, irtfrGrccnwocd, $. Co.,-Columbus. O St. It cared the worst Feltm or !5)u st
Pensacola Instruments.
Augustine Streets, Tallahassee Jlfwa1LLtt &c. &c. with the fix-
of 46 hour
1 Begnrt fy Kietand Jas. Hamilton! Son cation
JO : ti.
4' IL
lT1 I
Florida. This and furniture
establishment low.
(to which the subscriber extremely The assortment.
Pitkin.New ""rk. : .m IP mww jl Rheumatisms i which have Mood si'
f I as
has removed is fur the ot is well selected and will be sold either in I
nowopen purpose together or
E. W. G -tRQry, Bb gzrt S- llatutlllJrn.-'S. Orleans. GOVERNOR OF FLORII \ a systematic disorder requires "
aubiic entertainment.Sept. parcels. Druggists and find
} St John Lnttens T. 11' HUNDRED DOLLARS offered Physicians it to their w.irdly to remove them
4- JIcCoy.Mobile. is hereby entirely. p.
7th 1833. 4tf THOMAS BROWN. TWO interest to cali and examine the articles and .
A ,-. 17, 1BS.1: Itf the apprehension of two runaway slaves, cases by applying this Ointment : al'
WLORWA IDm\Yca.SJ AhA mll1Dl1ga Uj charged with the murder JAMES ROUNDTREE, C. LEDYARD. it will give relief And even in I. 1,
I,' L/la1\ D FOR ./lLE. LARGE and complete Es;<] late of the county Loxynds and state of Georgia. Marianna, W. F. 2 Aril, 1834. [35-3w ] pain have been of longer standing

TIE undersigned having purchase! of General assortment The deceased was murdered in Leon County, DOCTOR J. EDWIN STEWART pain.
:" :tie, the town-hiplfhnd 1.1 irid.igrun. of fresh Drugs; and received near the line between Georgia and Florida, about one To sea captains and masters of n' nfto
ted to hi-n by the Congress cf the Uni'.td States, offer from New York raid Hfiltimorefor sale, wholesale mile! above R. Mannings, on the night of the 'ithiu RESPECTFULLY offers his professional services must be very valuable in winter on | toc
the same for sale. !nd retail. Cc ntiy KarchantsardPractitiunerssup- t. The persons chargtd with the murder atbre- \: : ee and its vicinity as i ver certain in its effects on ii..

This land is situated in the immediate neighbour pLied on the nv eiVxU'crodatngtsnnsE saul, arc a black man belonging Col.! R. W. William a practitioner of medicine. His office is on Jeffeistm with frost it likewise presort es its
st. next door Mr.1 Perkins' tJ6
hood of 'ftHahsc sec, and is be'ieved, for fertility of V> f EIXAS, *, named CRITTENDON, formerly the property to drug store. matrsA
gall, and lo,al advantt: es, to Ic more valuable than M")' 29 4 'v-ve_ *i .. liaF'orida.' : of John S. Shepard, Esq. This fdlow is about I -Tall.tiiasee, Nov 23d 1833- I5tf large mass of testimony proving 0;

t *ny other land in the territory. I ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. live feet eight inches high, active and well made, and -I.. I .r most excellent medicine will be
I The Southwestern part cf the township adjoins the : ALL persons bavin demands against the late about 20 or 211:I yi-ars old, he is a daring and bold villan. J 1 /t/J I wish furhAr information on

city of Tfllalrissee, from which point to the chipping BROOK**, of Jefferson County, deceased, ; The other slave is a mulatto, named JOE, the : tons, or to any of his authorized a .

port "f St. Mirks, a distance of about twenty miles, are hereby required to present them without delay to property of William Wyatt, Esq. and former'} belonged : The above medicine sold by special f t

; rail road is in contemplation to be made, in a short the subscriber, and all persons indebted to iaid State, to Littlebury: Jones, Esq. of Gadsden County. the patentee and warranted genuine. .
time.The are also required to sattle the same. JOE is much fn'ckled,-has blue eyes, aad is about 5 E. B. PERKI ot

'J n&vhration ot the St. Marks river has been recently HARRIS BURNEY, Administrator. feet 6 or 7 inches high, and well made, h e may at- Tallahassee February 1th 1831.

: improved a pointNwithin six miles of the June 7tb. 1834. [43tfJ t'mpt to pass as a free man andmayrhangehis name;
.. Southet tern part of the township, which will afford I1tJOTICE.-Thc lie is 2years:\ old.! DONE HUNDRED DOL- Oft Il.j 1- '

: navigation for a cheap and certain transportation of office of the "Commissioner of LARS REWARD, will be given for each of the above m<1JU1'U 1.ilUl m s
l. "
; the city of Tallahassee is
produce. at present kept in d'scribed slaves, if delivered to the Marshal of of the
t This land will be sold in parcels to suit those wishing the Treasurer's and Auditor's office in the Capitol. the Middle' District of Florida, or to the Sheriff of the I TERIA one MEDICA most for the cure of "

to purchase, on a credit from five to eight years, I 2'Jtf] WILLIS ALLSTON Commissioner.COUNSELLOR county of Leon, or secured in any jail in this Tern- erate Disease, produced by an

at reasonable prices-those wishing to purchase will I iJA1z Jl WiLcD tory I blood, and a vitiated habit of body, I
make application to either of the undersigned AND ATTORNEY Given under my hand at the City of Tallahassee ..ii',. ting themselves in the formsof
I AT LAW ) -
WILLIAM B. NUTTALL this 29th day of March, 1831, and FULL
Fire Fever
supply of Landreths' Leprosy, Anthony's
practice in the Court of -The of the A superior garden,
Appeals of the Unicd
HECTOR. BRADEN ; Independence : States the
WILL affected
( Courts of Leon, Gadsden and Jackson herb and flower seeds just received and I warranted tho bones arc ) White (
WILLIAM Fifty-Eighth
P. CRAIG. fresh with Dr. Jebb'sLininJcnt Foul and
by E. ,)
year.'V ; PERKINS.
Tallahassee, November 23d i833., IStf in the Tcrritory of Florida ; and in the Superior 1\1. P. DUVAL. October 29th. sore legs and scald head in
i tf.ItOWAMES eyes
Courts of Thomas it Decatur counties, of the South I
5CJThe Savannah Georgian, Charleston Mfrury, cm j judicial circuit of the Stateof Georgia. Residence $205 Dollars.IN scorbutic goat, Pimpled or t.orbu

Jtugutta Conslitiitionlist, Southern Recorder, Milledge- Tallahassee. November 23d 1833. IMf addition to the above reward, the citizens of euptions. and vonerial taints,
ville, Georri iq ;. Richmond Enquirer! ,and Star, Raleigh and vicinity offer TWO HUNDREDAND which last case the drops often

W.wraid C.their; will publish thp above for eight weeks and for- JOHN J. ADAMS FIVE DOLLARS ; also, such further sums, TONIC MIXTURE. fails. They are also the best |

accounts'to.this (./ATFORJf JIT LJH',) as may be contributed by those who have not yet had FULL supply of this valuable medicine is just physic to purify and cleanse the
which these
'QMMf&SION RiCE1VINGANDF'O1tWA removed from duincy to an opportunity to subscribe. received. I shall hereafter frequently appear
Appulachicola Bay. have it !
C' HAS constantly on also aid the of
They digestion
Tallahassee Mar.-h29'h 1831. 31-tf. process
DING HOUSE, AtApalachisola.-The. under will regularly attend the Courts held at the han tho blood the secretion of

: signed have formed under the firm of Bay, at Quincy and Marianna ; and tke term IT is WARRANTED TO BE A SAFE AND EFFECTUAL oftho prevent The

Falconar <$. Kimbrough for the purJos'transacting ofthe Court of Appeals at Tdllalhissee., Letters addressed REMEDY FOR FE\'ER AND AGIlE, IF TAKEN ACREF.ABIE the vast lungs.number of proprietor surprising cuies

t a general agency commission and receiving and forwarding to him, post paid, will ho attended to. TO TilE DIRECTIONS. Reports having been circulated I in Boston and its '
j drop, only \
business. Being February 7th, 1831.: |26tfJ that this mixture
make the contains
prepared usual J rI1 arsenic, I am directed by out the Union for the best proof of
adv.ances on consignment to their friends in New Or A CARU.HAMLIN : the Proprietor to say that these reports are utterly false an unfailing alterative medicine, in 1t

t leans, New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Providence -and I am also authorised to offer a Reward of I I0-, specified. This artIcle has recently !
and ttoston, and disposed to devote their time V. SHELL 000, Dollars to any one who will prove the existenceof by aPhysician of the first '

exclusively to the interest of those confiding businessto AT LAW TALLMIASSEE the least particle of Arsenic, Mercury Antimony '
their ATTORNEY FLO. = = nc.sed its surprising efficacy, as
charge, having made the or other
necessary arrangements Will attend to business confided .o him with industry any poisinous ingredient in it. ion, to take the load of all the popular
to forward cotton to New In order
York or elsewhere an punctuality. Dec. 21stReferencts3ENCIIAIRES I9tf to prevent imposition from counterfeits, no for the above complaints, apd indeed i '
with expedition by vessels light draft of water at and JAS. D. WEST- persons except authorised agents will be furnished by this peint in public estimation,
t the lowest rates of freight, a liberal share the Proprietor with the
is solicited. public COTT Jr., Esquires. 1- 1 ____a 1'__ "., .11 T" to. sell again. I am Price $1 a bottle, or 6 bottles or $ _
pitronage respectfully )UIC u'aii. lur .uiucue r lonua, and am assured by M. .
e .q. II. FALCOJfAR. OWAND'STON1CM1xTii. Rowand that (except a small lot sold to Mr. Eccles,) DYSPEPSIA, OR INDIGESTION.Of

JJ'; ,) f. //. KIM.ROUGU.. -Warranted a perfect and lasting not a single bottle has been or will be sent, or sold by long standing, and ofthe most obstinate character*

REFERENCES cure for the Fever and Ague. For sale him, to any person in Middle Florida, to me : has been immediately relieved and often Per.inapeDt.l

Shorter, Tarter 4Co.., Gen. HotoardJudge Colquitt, .. wholesale and retail, by FLETCHER If Arsenic has been discovered in any except mixture called cared in a variety of cases that have occurred ia Bos109 I

.nrs. harry fy Urqtihart, P. I). Woodruff -Columbus.Jot. .. & WESTCOTT,. Druggist, ..ppatachicola Rowand's, it must have been in some of the spurious imi and vicinity by using for a short time. Pm1I9 c

//. S' .ttr Esq.--New York. Gen. R. K. Call, Florida against loss or damage by FIRE can tations. All persons therefore, who wish the genuine Dr. Relfe's Vegetable Specific and anti-Billons! vw- (
; Hun. J. M. While-Florida. Dr. D. L. fF/jiif.-Gads- I hereby appoint Mess. Fletcher and INSURANCE the most favorable terms, on appli- Tonic Mixture-should be cautious of whom they purchase both of which are to be taken together according to the
Westcott agents for the sale of"Row- it: My label will be nable plain and practical directions accompanywX
opCiuntv. Aug. 31, Ifi33. 3t- actionto the Subscriber, agent of the Protection Insu- en every bottle sold by me:
1's Tonic Mixture" Price each. .
-n in the Specific. 50 cents
GE9. WALKER I ___ i'f( Florida, Eastern parJ of Alabama Territory& rance company the fair, Hartford Cash value Connecticut.of the In every must application be Nov23d E: B: PERKINS Sole Agent for Middle Florida.15tf. None are genuine unless signed on the outside If!

property ted the sole T. KlpD .
Western of by proprietor
Georgia who wrapper
JJotft ible
; are to furnish stated and
(ATTORNEY JIT LAW,) I the said medicines to all who may apply to them of satisfactory the evidence, furnished of the correctness MEDICINE, SURGERY, & .-: ctor W. W. immediate snccessor the late Dr. W. T. C0ifl'T ; J

YNTENDS in -u'.Ule. regularly to attend the Terms : as1 favourable terms as they can obtain from the on character of the representation, and the good moral respectfully announces himself to i For sale at his Counting Room, over No. 99 .Co .

J; vlf" the Court of Appeals!! of the Territory. Pen. i himself." Signed, proprietor and its fairness and applicant. The solvency of the Office the citizens of Tallahassee and its vicinity, as a.rae- street, near Concert Hall, Boston, and also by hl"pt'

Colhe\ place of his resIdence. "JNO. R. RO'V AND." liodon. punctuality may be confidently re- titioner in all brancher of the medical prefession. cial appointmeat, by E. B. PERKINS (l'o.1)

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moro recently by Dr. Crag .39tf l Fc..17, Je J.


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