The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: February 20, 1836
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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.. pL!NT1'IOS. .stdencc or cot. ntl1A. 2JIMwill. went_ at the .W icement
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BE I tuvunlblc LOflT'*. 1 here aDdwith: Aose fuoniff U>dy; *rc several]1 dexicanaoidwrs

J. J-Y' tl\6UIDI rackred land prepared Tot cul- : who after.the surrender,requested i; be allowed -

I 0tid.he s.O aerelaln busicI) of Corn, nndjfatton to come home!viih the Teiou iz.ns as .enrants
tI't abOut FrIIt: 1500 OCIIIItn They cut a droll figure Jn the Mexi an unifi rm, and ti
For tCI'mS ,apply fit MY. h. .;, their lace were oeaiyas black as negroes."

,6'6. ___27_ 2yFbI' _- ._ "L4JSiK! 3QUa. F41U, !.,. IlfCJIJDTll1II' THE LIFE or Gtic. .HAiR so*. 4'
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I I NE\\'STORE 11)\1 71Xs w. '= --- Although the treaty of Greenville was Kiipposed

i AND GitOCER.1'iBE > .. .m1w% to flavor Mettled our difficulties with the Western
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thcmeL h'rl under the .___ ,
rs have uniled -v-- -- -, ---- -I- --- ---! --- -- ---- Indians, it.wisaftersvardsdisoovercd British '
I" Aluner, for the purpose ol os- Govcrim.ent had by rls numerous' emissaries
cby & and NOTICE APALICHic ; in TMC CgcfcTT Cocar e> Lies COVMTT.H .
i: jr l ,nof St. Marks, a Grocery L and iff the'tribe succeeded in
In tIe 0\ I and or mislaid, anoteon N. ,W.Walker for ftGS- ntJeI &*,,, 1 Attachment.ts p1'tfJt"ntS't keeping
) bcingIarc LOST .
,ping, heir buildings .. the in the United
I Sllf' .. attending to thettirT'Z 1 the fiiv. of Jan, inst. All persons areca SALES POSTTONED.In. > ,principal Chiefs hostility to

i 1d1 fnr4rJin like1\'iEe of koods and Cotton,. lo uo.icdagair.siiradin!. for-iheBamcas jt will not Jepaiti. eon8tquencc diaturoaneel with the 1.1 in is W. Ktti*. ) In AsurnpluU States. .
to such aueniio -S rtIOS. L. MATHIA( Flonda, the sale of the town lois advertised ft1fOI1 the I: defendant, and all: other person interested, Among them were the celebrated Te umseh,

..J wc'tbC.1ldt'lbt) t1tCflS.IVCS liberal l pay fcharc fliIi piironagc Jnn.3Q.ih/ 1P39. *' '25 3w / Md Fhbruary is postponed uuiil Tuesday thc 19lh M.rill lake notice that a W'liit Atuidubeni ha and his brother the Pn>pjiel, the ratter by lib pretended
10 a been sue out of the office of the Clerk of the
.u of the Territory, and I lay of April next Miracles and divine power having succeeded -

.the;McIafl unties and of Flntc Gcor" la. Tlu-ir pood* \ illbcIioW ;; EDWARD HOl TON. '.hUE whole tract of Land called Forbea' Putchse r Court will therefore of Ijeon. county in and, the plead above to staled th. declaration case:. they i id obtaining a large number of lullowi& and

1born;:rr Cou.h 0' pnxlucc. As they wilt eiideav- i- 4llorneyaLcw. M. amountin- to about TWELVE HUNDRED iltd 11 said case appear according to the fcrm of the Statute threatening the borders! of Ohio.! ( t.

inn huuJ: constant supply ol' 1.llIlec and mfcGioferm l5qi OFFICE in JtJirsoii, Street, 1HOUSAND ACRES; siliuud in Middle Horida, in such case trade and prorided. In ;!he ctnirve of a few years Gen. Harrs on then
keep and ProvMon. of -xcrylry next door to K. B. Perkins together with the Town of APPALACH1COLA Governor of ihe adjacent Terrilnry liudii iheirstrength
::3r % its lint! /! I .
q&iLt' Mcrchanis and PUnlcrswill Drungjst. and tbe adjacent Islands in the Mexico, having AitoruevforWtff.Feb. dimiuixhiug, and famine pressing' them ;

ruoP 1or mIdst tall. Their Siore is now Jan. 30th 1836. 25 6mPLANTATIONS been vested in the subscriber as trustees' by I IQih 1836. ip' ytO soils BLAU| PEACH, and for all the use of all the proprietor
opeA. V/M. MAIll.S1..Mirislnn.16th FOR S4LE,. Notice is hereby given, that Tuesday, the Md MIDDLE L)UT.ICT-Lcox COONTT SuraxoJ.gTh. DnT.Wilii upon them, by an act humanity an 1 kind- r .

S" S36. 23-lf ON A LO.NG CREDIT.nil day of February next,'at IU o'clock in the Areoan, .,, *. \ 8mmu md rszpnLes4isss Ia TretTS ness. Hcfirwardedthemcorn from Viicennes: ;",. i'
, i the and jFratelul l were the Indian fur this act "ofcharity'tint ;
, Director of the A.
cTE subscrilcr Apalaca Land tbiUAny { ;ass t n case *p** frtinitttJvkn. -
\ N O l'lCE.Lhsnflcrdatt' JL lying wiihui ofLra for sale64U acres of' LAND, .will expose to aale. atp Uc! auction in _.TwWo y'"C I lMmf iOO.411i.4usdit .. he succeeded she same year iu aia- ? ,
two tnilcsof '
application will! Le made toSIX ol which is cleared and m.dcr MimtieeUo' : 110 acres Apataehicola, the Buitdik LMK i. the *u d tcwn ''fl' 'I83SMI..1MUe" kings lavotable treaty.with-theiu, at Fort Wayne ? }. t
I Tumble tIn Judge of Uie Coitoiy. Court for Cin-tlousc, Gin, Packing Screw a good ,House a guod agreeably to a certified plan thereof to be Mhibit'ed I' ts3t 4!; by which the Government became possess id of anftfetftnse ;" !

fGd!>dent1or letters lit, D.smi ory tinCOUllttI Siablcs! Ncgr.vHouscp.. 1 will, Dwelling also at the time of sale. ) ,iCJJ4. territory iijuii the Wabash upon just and t .
I ue Gad.II'n sell JOOO The terms of sale will be 'fourth7 the' said and'all other 'Inter '?
. P. .Ncalcs.late 01 countyw bushels Corn one h; residue Defendant in cue, senable.erma. : :
ufjun UI.UOU Ibs. Fodder '
trcstaLc p. liAUuit\, Ad.nY.. Horses, Plantation Ton Is, &c.ALSO two Mules & three in three annual instalments, with interest, ami. 'vr ill lake noti".of the iscuing of said writ In this affair the General's aigacity n as fully ;

adrc'd, ,I.wht, 1836. 4-1 CmJSuTlCE when the payments are made and securities fur the Mtachinent and to appear and. pk4.tolhe declar- recognized. To the he would nit invite
Quine" instalments given according to the lined W Trust alioo filed in said acconiingio thoiatute in such treaty i
1 15 O case, I
acres of LAND lyin; on Mickasooky Lake, the rruphel because such an invitation would have r.rl J
and the
articles association
a dear title in fee simple case, otade and provided _
4U ul which is l'i' .lfctl, & Corn, Fodder, Oats, Mulch will be made. been a recognition of his assumed charm ter and f ]

IX montl s after ilaU oiculurs; we >!ial!on submit the -stal our<;aecuntsad ol I HaiVVkmUici and' Horses I 'i he most of the above racts ol Land New x'ork, Dec 15th 1835. J.C.D.S. wEdTcOT.rlt A'u'Y' for pI'tff his pretended titles to the lands. 'i ,

S' ( louche a,,,.l l a to* the 1 Honorable C' WILY Court arc nrM rate fnmi Hanimcck. un l the cleared Land will LOUlbMcLANK. ) Dated Feb. Htii l&&. 37tf_ But Teeuniseh who now began to be a most ,i 1
lOUO lb
prtwluce IdOO Ibs. uf
ti) discIi1r.e! : to Cotton per acre.J.1I1.l CHAS. AU( 'j DAViS >Trustees.JOaLPH the Indians 1 ithfullo .t
NUlIl al.d "I'pIV tor .1 IG. laju. 23 4w It. J. IIACh.LKY.P. MIDOLK i.uTRicr-LXWM CV"TY bvrgIiioaJch C<*OIIT conspicuous person among
4Len ) .1 AS. J. \'lC\ ErrS, :: M. \V li 1'1'E. J L Vicktrt, 1 Summons ad restponUendiun in the master passion ufhis Heart, the re-p usse&sion l.'tfi .

\\ JLLIAAIV.I1ART.tyftc $ S. 1 will a so sell 20 Negroes, 18 of which are The Directors of the Aiuilacliicolala 400 Con\p vs I Trespass on the case upon premi- .flhe Indian territory, threatened lo ki l I all the ; t :

? ti'..fltl. IS'i. IjGIH- ;tu..d itI'eciitc 1i.llllJS. fly referring to the above adveniscnienl ai pri- Yffung J.knsirn. }(sea-l>tunagc& f 3500.f chiefs who had signed the treaty and declared its 1 !: i
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I United Stales. rule kale, in such quantities us may be wanted, the f Jtltackmtnt itntea Ja,. 2 1>l836.. articles should not be carried into elTeci. ; !,

1 / IJreirkll'' nf the LN LEoN SU( Pr..LUUH. COURT, tract 01 Land knonn as .orbe.' Purchase," lying i I Ritvrnallc to Jjnilltrm, 1836 for At this critical junctur ,Gtn. H. sent I I.im word ". i. i
1'uUisUANCliol l.lW, 1, .VMtKErt' JACKSON, between the Rivers Apilacbicola and Su Marks nd J ftiluO. .
UN To March Trn/i, b35. hat if he would comet() Vincennes, an .
i iTOUlciil ot the Cluted ZJtatcs 44 AiiKrica, d" exieiidinguiUiinsixulesol Talhthasaee. In this defendant in wid case, and all others inter claims they ahwild, if weil (founded, b; respec- ..; f ;
L declare. aiduraUUown: ilial a public salenda.cn Charles tiaire I tract is io be tound sonic of the nnesl cotton and sugar THE will take notice of the issuing of said writ
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.illlM IIdtl at SI. .oJtlgr an:, III the I Territory of I.1'111- V> cIN ATTACILMENT lands in the Soutuerm country; a bo tracts of the attachment and to appear anal plead to the declrauon ted.He lS'10 .,.

Io.u.lathc. ill nay uf.\iaich. next, lor the) Ira allh..rn, ) nntst pn.e lanus, and extensive tract of live oak; but i filed in said case according :o the statute in such arcs.rdingyappeared there in Augi.st. I

of the public hinds wjllim the limits of hent'rlUclluolled '1' lit lh.tClIu.Wt, I lr.t Saiborn, and all other per- MS purchasers will examine lor Uiemsclves a pailLuItir : case made and prvrided. J. D. WEbI COAT,jr. attended by several hundred warriors. .r

iow,isJupantl fractional township stills itItCiCtCd, .arc iuit-by noiitiid, that a writ d crlpti..n illi UllrAtCclI aary. '1 lie title lo purchasers __Dated Jan. tlst 1836. 24tf Att'y lor Pl'ttl The scene is represented as one of intense in- .

I "n the tlaM:: Florida land disti ictiz., ol .iiUclnuciiL h.t& bttn sued "uol lint Clerk's Olficeol will ue the some as fur the ton n lots of Ai>alach.- ) :ura.luua t.UIJIiT.Davitl lerest. It is strange iltat no native painter has .'': ;

'lIf'tl&If the Lost lint II7J Cast 4ijlkt mti Ji"n-.o Leon Uotiu, III the alnn s ued case, und thai they cola. iiI.DLe LlI'flncT.-\Asiumpsit summons ad res- seized upon its incidents, anil spread th m on the /; ;
I G.
,I l'ractlolla.llO"ulup J 2 i, 3, 4, and j, (Eabt of St. arc lieu.by itquiied loupptHt' alltll'l d to the declaration The town of Apj'alacicolt is situated at the mouth vi Kaney, f pondendum fw JIOOO damages never dying! canvass !Imagine this aillctic and 'i..

Jarfli River,) of rune l3. urcoidia ; to the laiittc in 8>i.cn case made and on the river of the aunic name on Si, George's Js-ound, Jthn Fgan \returnable to spring term 18 i6. subtle chief, standing aside Iroin the grot pes of his j 0 J
4and fractional township 'i ot provided J A:. t\. ULrt in the Uulf of. It i ik the Rivers
1'0\\,111)1\11'101,1,3 I : IILLUT, seaport of ihe Attach ment fir $r..OO.:; countrymen.'antol with all the grace ol n; turul oratory .
range 24: Dec. 1-2 I IS35. Ititf Attorney lor Plaintiff.COTTOIM ChaUhoochee, Flint, Chip>la, Apal l clucolaand TIIIIE defendant and ait others interested will take chiming: th possession of these las da,as the .

*01l'fll.hlpS 1,!, IiIlJ 3.:of range 2J. their tributary streams, and is connected with the JL notice of the institution of said suit and the issuing gill of the Great Spirit, never to be alienated: by "j't:J 'I
G. '
1 ofaatc: flourishing towns ol Columbus und irwinton and
1'0"1151"1 15AGuliGROPE '" JjNj. said attachment and to and plead to the of all. .
ul appear tribe the
3 and 4 any one being common prope-iy .i
ol I 27.
Fro1otionaltClwl1sll1l's 1.2, ofmngc Ito large distr.ii.s oi rich aid ferule ptanutiuns in .
1 2 and 3 of 2o.Fractioiwl ImC. Alabama and oc-darauon filed in said case according to statutein On thitf vague and general propobition, he alone I ."t..! _':
fractional: tow iislups) range Georgia, Florida, 1 he exports ol cot.J J tided.J. .
I i l\lid 3 of 211.Sjvtkcft't 1. Irons have been such case made and pro rwied his i claims, when the General replied with :;
towi.ilups range THE SUBSCRIBER wil.be supplied this Fall with ton this port legularty incrtuking lor D. WESTCUlT.f Att'y for Plaintiff. *
last line and Lat nfthc meridian. an onuicnt ol Goods selected oy himeil for this the last three years, and U U supposed will this year Jan. 1 6 1836. 231fAsi1Nt3TttAtOR'S arguments based upon[ the same modcd reaswn- :1 ,,1

j'bltparl oftowiishiji II I, La;>i ul uw.\iniu Ri-cr, Ajarket, and nfieieu fur sale on leasouab.e terms as exceed 50,000 Dales. ingund to which the cunning Savage could not : i,1

ofran'f 14. I hemofore lor cash, viz : Twelve 10 tifteen steamboats already fim] constant NUAICE. reply.' 'f 'J
Towntluj! 10, 11, :1I1d 1 12, of rnngc IS.Towtislnp Ca.t Iron Enamcl.ed Put Ware-English, Sweeds employment on ill waters, and few count et have toner I L persons claiming to be creditor, or heirs or He askari w the Chief, if the Great Spirit gave .f
11 I and I li I 16.Towiiblups aud American lion Sandei advancement in : A distributee of the estate..of the late William "
i JO, ofiange suns Cas.and Machinery prospects agricbluirc and commerce these bud.i to tbe Indians one entire cammuuity <
1 JO, 1 It 1, t2. and i r.t, nf ran c 17.I Scei--Sheet lion-Braizrrs and Na.i Rods- than those bordenng on the rivers abr mealioncd. Cuniue, deceaaad,are notified to present their claims .i how it happened, that tribes had ditfere it languages .: ;1
. \ and 7 and ftvctionrJ I ] Iron liaidxvare verified and authenticated to the subscriber according -
6 Misliips -
'to'flShI1li| Hoop -Cutiery-Mechani. sTools; duly I and could not all of them understand each other .f i
1I.I. anti 12; (Wcl(Antdondo's claim,) and lovvnshiji Loohiii{Glassea-Bonnet-*-Co..on-SemeTwuie- Apalachicola has been settled but a fcw yean, and to law. lii's it t
Adra.r.Tallaliassee and the whites were divided into (
why as
I3olrUlIg' el8) Lash \urd-Rope and Leading Lines-Furniture_ those who have hitherto resided there, having no interest .
Tow niJtipk 5,6, 7. ar-d S, and fractions I township Hank atu other Books- Willow and Wood Ware in the soil), have paid no attention to its improvements Fto. Feb. 8ih, 1836. 27-8w f:rent possessions, the Indians shonfd n it be iflso f.

3urLht.fArrcd"'J1J'S! claim i ,) tractiuiial '.'owns.1! B. sk. l ,-GitMeiies Carpe.ing Boots and shoes- further than suited their individual con N. B-Such claims can be presented to the Admin. divided. The General then vindicated 'he title of J I
and I i Ax -Indian Rubber ds venience. or J. D. \VUL- liLt Mia mis to the lands in question, aim of the U. j. l.
JJSoiul'ofAirLdondo'fcclaim( : ,) township 13, s Uo -iron Axds-Wheel Sale of about thirty lots have already Utrator, (If to Wm. P. Duval'Esq.,
of taupe 19.TOllom.lurb. Ba rritv--Piuug ns-Cuiti\atorj,-Tin 'V I1re- perm been made to individuals residing at ApuLchicola, COlt, jr. Esq., his Attoniejs end Counsel at lalla-i Stales through them and sat down in jrder that ....: \.it

1.2,3,5, C, 7, and 8, fractional townihif Patent a..d Fancy Candles-Ready Made Clotiung- Columbus and New i ork, who have agreed to erect hl.asee. I .remarks$ might be interpreted. ( I',

9.NnrthU( f Ariedoiido'iclaim,) iki .ti"lIalto! \ n.wijili aJlllesHallltHat8 and Cups--Dry Goods- fire proof buildings on the said lou without delay and FORSALE Tile moment Teeuniseh perceived tin ir bearingand ,

t (Swuihoflliat claim,) and lowu&liip, 13 of Dings, Pain s. and Oils-Stone, Eaithern, Glass and ether measures will be immediately adopted to make the weakness of his own, he cried i ut -'1''alse! ( lJJ
20.'Jptuships. CUlIIU Wart German( '1 such will doubt A A. BARRELS Praae Pork, cured in the ,'
oys. permanent improvtiroeut as no l false, and gave a signal to his warriors, who stiz- ;
I, 2,3, C,7. and 3, fractional township GEURGE LANMAN. make It us healthy a place of residence as ia: to be 1 tfff Fall of tS35. ed their Uiwahawks, rose on their i feet and were tH.t:

Jl Nurth of AireJ.. tl./> claim,) IVaclit.nal unviibhip1J 'r31lah see, Sept. 2(>, 1t35. 7tf met with in any city south of Virginia. 100 sacks, (5 buhel each) Petit Gulf Cotton. ready at the slightest motion to rnassaci e the Gen. J..

l ,(lSolluluf.\rncJoIIJu'd.lImd) and umiii liip 1:, St. George's Sound u capacious.mud. La
tI1lUJ.il. in blue ctmy Dottota, MM u detente on all ..HEINILY BOriV. gncrpis i" :
Fnctional town skip 1, townships 2, 3, 4, 5, C, 7, 'I sides from the lea. It has 1 two entrance*-one by February 13. His presence of mind did not forsake [lira at this .:J' 1-1 I

,4IIld, tlialjurtol lm\nt>liii| > 1 |0, It, and I 12, the "fcotst Pass*' milling vessels of SOU ton, having 17tfNOTICE.. awful moment. He disengaged i hiiiibcl' from the ,1' :r

Irugfasiul'Araduiido's! claim, und to\\ IIslllp! 13, of 16 feet over the bar ai low water; tbe other bjr the of arm chair in which lie was sitting, and) seizing his t.i.
.;:tt. "West Pass," having; 11 to lJ feel allow water, ad- THE subscribers having qualified as sword placed himself an attitude defence and

'l.miwMi.sl.2,3-1 I 5, G, 7, 8, 9, 10, 1 ;, I 12, and muting ve. clof350 tons burthen without any diffi last will anc teslamenl of Godfrey Siemensdeceased all though attended by a number of citizens r.. !
do notify
1 1,of range ilIo : culty. Vessels drawing 8 feet waterulua1l, load at laie Gadstien county the, hereby to only he ntverquailed or blanched.be !te the savages !-r'i
estate, present
\ !lllp[ J.'l,3.-tJ,6,7,8,9,1O, II, 12, and the wlmrvc, those of li feet or 350 ten burthen persons having claims against authenticated within the who now threatened his iiie. The Indians
nor.\IIC t4. 11UU bales of cotton, within 3 miles of the them without delay duly .
cany will be Barred of recoveiy. were astounded at his bravery and dre.v back belort j tf l I
1', 'nliliipsl,2,3,1iiJG,7S,9, 10, II 1, 12, and town: and lltofce of 600 tons take in their cargoes HUMS prescribed by law, or they his uplifted sabre. r.:

13,uf range 25.Frastioiuttowuship. within sixteen miles, in secure anchorage in the J
All indebted to the said estate, are requested A Sergeant's Guard of 12 men bein ; ,near at ;
Sound.Letters persons :
1 2i
The wle will be Kept) ,ipcn fir two weeks, and no MADE and sold wholesale and Re on the subject of the above lands to be addressed to make immediate payment. baud, wtre Rent lor, and although! their protection .

bnjer,; and the Kiulk icscrvcd by law lor the use or Frederick county, !li. by C lierston to I'tonuuiBalttcll, Peter Mivchel, John M. c. STEPHENS t Ex'ra would have been inadequate, had host.! iites actually ilJ" :

ChIOOISOr, ta.ids lesmcd tor inihuxiy or otncr purpottt concerned ill the Patentvith 1)V. Judkms. Carnochan, or Benjamia A. Putnam, at the Offices of S. 8. s'I'EH ENS, :S commenced lie boldly taxed Teeumseh with :
till be excluded from sale. The above Ointment is offered to the public as A the ApaUclncola Land Company al '1'il4a.s.scc or: )t. M; STEPHENS' % his treachery and directed him u, depai t instantly r4 i

Gn'ii u"0er my haul, ut llift-dly of 'Vashin.-- *ale and certain renicdy for I hu"c ubstiiinte di.;aiies, Apaladucola, or in the city ol'fce Yoik; to Benjamin Feb. Sth 1836. :17.:8. for his home. The abashed tnvage sank under ; rs.t'J

toiiihiftluiiLcnUiday October, A.1.. 1335.By I some of which have so long'bnlllcd the skill of inedica Woolsey llugers.Lllhorapluc --. J M the rebuke .,tliejjovernor and retired. fr.it i

die President, AN MIEW JACKSON. science. Map[ of Apalacl cola, and vicinity' From the'Riehmond Enquirer. Not another man in a thousand would! have behaved : ,,; ; -

ETIUK A BROWN, 1st White Swcllinrl4of every description. may be s cui ai the ioilow mg places:- THE MEDIATION.Our wil h Sa) much bravery and presen of mind. i ft: t
Commubiuncr of the General Land Office. 2d Sore Legs and Ulcers uf long standing. In New Yoi from
at Uie office of ihe "J"rlJ.teeroCtheHon. dry teems with rumours; but the letters Hit death 011 that occasion i would u idoubtedlyhave J.
3d Glandular Tumour
Schirrusor particular
) J, 31. White, ai Washington, D. C. are and the papers are not explicit -
llio;e hardened tiimour i in women's breasts which often 1 Charleston.C. office of Richard Washington sparse We give all led to a general rising of the tribes and m 1 :
NOTICE TO PRE-EMP 1'ION CLA1 ANTS. I n at the Car enough to give the whole case, .
limes terminate in ulcerated uumiliguled dislres in the fontier setllemenls. ;
eunetrli.I scenes
Ptrwni daimnig the rijrl.t of pre-emption I.) any of nochun.savannah. the ankle which they contain (always excepting
4th Felons or what some people know by the name Geo. John P Williantson. list of creJikU or crediUblt -r; a'j
Utaforesaid lttttd&, are uiwl"to piove the same to I he 1 elegraph from the ,
lit wisfactioii ot the Register and Receiver, prior toUK o Catarrhs of every description. Columbus, Gco. Dillingham Sf Co. JournalS.) We presume from the language of the f''If'o
day of sale. I ,r>lh Rheumatic Puindof thejomta. "N Tallahassee, Flo. Thomas BaltielL jlebe, that Ibe good offices of Great Britain are to GET Yoa.a! LIFE IsICRED.-'Whereforer'! says one ': It

General Land Office, I Glh Sprains and Bruised of every deacription or 10I Apalachicola, Hiram bourse. I be exercised in some form or o,krr-and the hope is -"it will not save it. Isaac Davega ne of the vic- ,J

Ocu>l r l3ih, l:35. 13-lf I wi.atever halt >ituatc.7lh New Orleans. Abijah Fisk. entertained uf an ainicable&nd tionorabh adjust UK UtiIce time ofth' rxplosion on board she Willi im Gibbons l4.,; j
Tcttcrsof all kinds. In complaint. the pa Mobile, Janus Inneiarity, or : giving out for pnblicHtion the extracts which had his )lif insured for 10.0JO and what good did it : f

IJf.OtLA\1J\ 'Itllt, ii. applying the ')Ointment mim keep the partoulof Charles fcL .Shermdn.Fensaxela appear in our pre eediu columns, we have met with do him. '

W;HEREAS, It U represented to me by Saimul water John Inneras sty. letter from Washingon th30th nit. in the lal t It did him no good; bu it will do his 1 eirs 10,000 : r.l'

., 1 I':' LBurriU, duly appointed) that lie la withwt 8th Cliillilain*, or part nlfected by frost.It The following Papers will publuh the above daily Baltimore Chronicle, |la Whig paper|-the following- dollais worth of gaud. Bj the payment t an lIIconlif': .
merest in the iSouiliurn Life Illburauec alld Tiust ,I IC'knfrniy 1.4 also one of the best lemedies for Barns and fur one week, and thereafter once a week until the are ettracts-We give them as we find them: sid r.b1e premium a Latdioine um is secured to t

; anil has made inspection into the atijirs 1 Scalds. It caicti 111. paiu and draws the lire out in a 15Ui February, and send their bills to the office of the &'1 will now in for in you, a*far at I have be-'n ableto those who migtit have been left des-itute by the awful t A.

of l ud Con pany ; and by said inspection,. actually I short lime.1'or Daily Advertiser for paynaen1. cubed the fuels how our French affairs present caia.trophe which destroyed t.e Iiie "f ibe insured Ii.;

: that the atnuuiit retpjncd to be paid in, t.vjz- Inflamed Women's Breams, and Glandular, Bouon Courier, i'hihuielphia N. Gazelle, stand. Certain it is that the mediating message from'Euland person. This is consideration which: should .t ,

T Hundred Thousand Dollars) has actually (Man t Swellings, it is superior to any iredicine yet known to Baltimore American Charleston Courier, has arrived- that the papers are now ia nut be negltctedespe by those who venture onboard -* 'k _.,,

M. It also appearing me, by the oath of Lot I. the medical faculty It is much safer Ihau mercurial Savannah Georgian, New Orleans Bee, [Mtoi>exii< ii of the Cabinrt, that Cabinet meetings a s.eamooat, If they have not children, ibey f.
CJ rkPrikidtnt of said I'nist Company, that the ic- of any prepartion of thai material,) because itdoesnot Cincinnati Gazctee, Nashville Banner. Have b en held upon their contents. These I believe have brothers, or sisters, or an aged filth ;r, or a widowed .i l'

t ued amount ($ OUOOa, ) has been pa-d ; und is ap lay the patient liable to injury from expose to Tallahassee, Dec. 30th 21 td to be fact*-I have one other. In a letter written mother, who may be beneht d b} their generous j
t plicable to the purposetof said chaucr, and for no cold. me by an imriiij-eni Iriend at Paris, and beaiing : foresight. Few people are so destitute of relations ] i.i i.

i her purjtoscs whatever. I This Ointment has* curcdsorcsof many years stand NOTICE. date the first Dec. 1 find ibe following information i of some degi ee or other, and those not over '. rij

; J ow, Uicrefore, be known, That all the rcquircJtuu I. ing. \Vhere it is impoaaible or imprudent to heal! the "AD offer media-ion has been. made by England rich-but that that they may get their lit es injured, j 'J
: of mid charter having been complied with, 11 external sore, in consequence of the bone Incoming SIX: weeks after date, shall apply to the Hon. to the Fre ch' Ministry and U has been excepted-a in the full cou&deuce of being scrviceaUe to their .- ;;

Wrelyras.ke Proclamation of the sau.c. agreeably I I. CUrl "u. or roUen, it will slop the progress of the canes, Judge of the county court for letters ol Administration similar one has also started for the United States.*' kindred even In death.- N.Y.Times. I 4 4"GOlfE

10 the direction containtd j in lilt 1 I lih section ol Laid increase the quantity ol the discharge, remove the offoiisi on the estates of Moses :. Newtonand '1 he opinion here, b, that the President. and Cabinet : n
Act i I \"" pinch, and eau the pain. Martha E. H&gan deceased late of said County. have condition.Uly accepted the mediation, it being Oar-A person callingorw: day on a

: Given under my hand at Office, the 30th of 1.I It cures lh \\'ur.t Felons or Whitlow on an appliCation Jan. ,3d 1836. 2t6w BENJAMIN HAGAN. uncertain you understand, non what conditions gentleman at the West end of ihe to-vti, where tt

January, 1816JNO : uf 46 hours.Rheumalituri the Frenchman has adopted the offer. All this is his visits were more frequent than w come, was : ;
M. EATO, GU\ tlf Florida. i which have Mood so long as to become NOTICE. perfectly correct, you will. say, .and. public opinion 1 tu\d.by the kfV3Qi thai her master bad gone out. t
-_ teinatic disorder requires medicine lo betaken inwardlv WEEKS after date,1 shall apply to the Hon will cry amen to the aentimem.." mistress."
a > :
NOlltK.TIUE ) to remove them entirely. Bat in mot common SIX the Judge ol the County Court of Leon Be the mediation elu'"J< or condilitnally accepted "Oh,.well. nevermind, I'iLspeakto! The your not 1J ,
[ bubsribcr \ Uiiitme'iil directedit letters administration the ol with Mr. Madison, when he announced "She is also gone out sir. genleruan ;
: for on estate <
returns his sincere tlmnkx in his cases by applying this externally aa county, we repeat be denied admission said "Aa it wasa :
InW\l old l who Miles deceased. It. HAL EY. his of the Russian Mission in willing ,
i" 1 and lhl- PubliC m --'wal.'' for the tiocr.il will give relief And even ID people, Samuel acceptance 1 I.
S66WWA accepted ropcsal of the government cold day, hewoud! sttp'in_ and sit d nvn by the
tbcutrittIIftnt lu has Ncci\'cu SII1CC |he has LCI'1I11I hail! li&te been of longer standing, It will Ulle the F, b. 4th. 1336. "in appreciating .
thib .j1ac c, m\ bolirits a con inuai.cc of their iiulr.i.cua .. ,of Great Britain for instituting tbe ncfotra- fire'a.few"minutes," "Ah, sir, but that is'.gone. It
>. JAllcUll.ncd Irvin New York, U,,d Jus pan.To fica cnptaino and masters of veiisels this ointment lions for peace; Congres will toi fail to keep the in mind out too," replied,the girL 4 1

v.sivca 'Jt. bug bointrMrtl duett from that must be ser> valuable in winter on our coast it being TEDaD.onneerwbocancin food refer that rigorous preparations for carrying on war ,
CtI l'iIJa as lo his abilities and character. Enquire olROBT. impede the progres to a favorable ,1
1 ia
rtn1'II' of fdllaud ceitiiin ill Us eiIictioit 'artlatfecte- can DO respect
UOu. .4'i.
vunttr f the
COIIIlaUI"I.fLlae very BUTLER.Tallahhsse relaxation of such preparations FLMLLLCOCaAOL.1n the time ( war.
follow ins Allied 1- with lrolft likewise ves Us tjuiililies iu audi result, whilst a '
iu F"b. 5 1836. 263.NOTICE. w should the wishes of the United States for a speedy Buffalo was invaded by the British Horn. the opposite I

cuptr blue,.black, green, drab, and adckid HroadClovlis. mates A large mass of!testimony proving the value of thi restoration of the blessings of peace be disappointed, shore, .and burned in revenge hr the bursting l'i,1 \

medicine will be shewn to those who would necessarily have_ 'he most injurious cunsequences of f York by the America Evey house in
Jj double milled Cassimeres of different colours. inont. *celleiil : having cUiws against the estate of 1c ; :
!: IIIpC for bestlulpn.tidef
Prepare w'r h he
Pftfare burned the
Aairtortuitnt of whlla fUI t.h'r iuformation on application to Ur Hers ALL BuffalO wa to ground, exception
super batii nets.iwtMecebolNcgioivcueyLinseys. late Thomas W. Seabrouk, are requested Uu .. This is: the maxim of- wise men of ,
I ) of his authorized r inhabit widow woman
to agent* 1 of one by a
or aulhenticated the understoned. -
to -
and Fustians.pi render them as properly A* all evens as Washington says,
h, Irencli, and American Prints The above metl.cine iold by special appointment ol JAMESGADSDEN.aliuhasseeFeb. and Statesmen.t1I liMe topreparefuv war." name of*>>vejoy. \V hen a pla! U pn o"soldiers a p- &i .
I !
rwwed Alus\ilt1l, pacy shawls, HnndkerHiiefs,and the patentee and warranted frcuuine.K : ., 1836. 264wildminislralor' 'eMc proache'jher house to set fire to it sli j sailed outuixi ;"It'.

1 Super Pon-ccs, Lustring and Fancy Silks. U. PERKINS.. DRDOCIIT. DULL We have seen a 1 letter jiving brief ). them broomstick in hand,and lid so much
Ucs. Tallalsaee Januarv Uu 1831.) 27tf. Notc FATAL of duel-! between Samuel dwin, Esq. 'anofficer execution" with the aid of that auxilary, that some
leady made Clothing &c.; Cotton Bagging. JAMES 11. COOKE. 'persons having euunis* against the estate ol of the Land Office in, Mississippi, and Isaac British officers standing near and' miring, her i

jw.pieces brown, bleached, plaid Sf fctiiped.DomesttoI I 100 Broadway New Y.rk. ALL White deccrwed, are required tu present Caldwell, of tha't$te, for *riy a par nor of George prowess culled off the soldiers and directed them

JI. >C; black! amor, beaver, drab, and Wool for sale, :14'1 Stcrtloritt and Hook Co. them witSiu the time p *crioed by law, or d.yill Poiadexter in jhe practice of 4aw From the Jjtu-r 1 } to''kav die house, untouched.-[JiU ,LouiaObserer. 1"i
OFFERS Mat- be forever barred Those indebted to the estate arc tLat Gor. Lynch Poinderer tJ 4
t'Ir setts of Dining Tables, Bedsteads It appear at a party given by .
uq pair j.doteD ilUUett WI11ebone Bonnets. trasses, Wardrobes, Looking Glasses, also Piu and requested lo make. immediate paymehu McMULLIN. bad publicly abused Mr. Gwin, winch.being IDwsorGFa.tz&LItiswell-. -. a
BN&lw Shou wood marble : ideboardsj tbe tetter .Caldwell toolrtbe quarrel-off -
eo Centre Tables,- or tops. resented by.: the
I Gtntknitn1 pair K'I'Ptd{ Brogiin Shoes. Work Tables, Dressing Bureaus, also with wood or, Feb. SIn 1835.._J8w_ of Poindexter' hands. Tae. 'panieaynsUt,,each '{ known to
the Br. ush General
aild Ladies t\iiriI readersoI4werican histo-.y ,
Walking Shoe marble and every article necessary to .furtt.iba S.' Maria V. Orbavtt.The'schr. itii.d with four. piitoV.taking l positMis
I lops between
Remltr Paekdt si iii1'at'th'1)'atOe.'of Bern'u's Heights,
Blankets !tfce7 Mr. Prater waS
r2.5r large Rose Blankets, &c. house. Which will be sold on lenns thnt will give 'paces" aptrt; witk right'of' %dr neinr: '
frL' f :Mady Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin. tire satisfaction.' Jan 23 1836. 24 9w Lady Waging'ton Ovia adrauct&..r emac. fir*Aon four of his in the year ;7.rl.ne particular manncr of h.Sdeathi
J *g.Wh,' I.,Wine; 'eal,.nd1 en : M.'Bwaim, and ctir. WuhioKtAD, aa acpmst'f:9 .Wlatoijft* *!his breast ; thus rela.ed in Professor Sihimans 'J Ja\ .s'ruei. -
W *, L. Dommo. and J amaica Coffee. ::= StO dge. 4.Wm., Leeds, will'zrpply repilwly thro1 1 TbeHoofidtfCoivdercd by l .jphysicjane mo-tal. .asth, 'h r C .. t !;I.A.. I fly, bUd was
th .
BoIlow an UIOrUntJ\t QfCullery Crockery and : The iub riber has the H When Mh' oadiacba'rg *! nia thirrpistol,r Mr. JUfia'gl tt e ySP.O !t .0.,' pri tthe.t AmericansJ troops
Wits Ware, &c." Wi I.,tel finished akn iiiM F. H. '8W AIM, at.fit. Marks mad?' Cactwetllelf. mall woo'tliefexpired: G1ob 1i' J to epeUsiruag mprf 1On' .ich..lb
: IBri.i&h'rightwhen
maD, edict article v too tedious to mention. : ) Ta1labuRe. ---. J-- :4 LI"1 II. tJ- miidSud *resiiImaldiguuI1.
Lit owLlkh will |3C *'W tow furCtsu, or'ap- andeomiiodousCot-, TV jv.m's bo t 4genhs.N., W ffHLLWEU-' Orletaayur.Ut.183S. : Extract of a letur to E4itwr .4elp.1 Ga. Morgan called together two or three ol.his.best,. -
t4. Credit 'zhcd'.wbi b with his well known )ointiMt \\0 *'xiieT.sal.; Do yon $urTl
: nDdyanee.Country on, .lhA.Merchants'New York c cuj prices.be aul"n .will enable him to 03e" from, the wew.er.romt" _-., : : 13tf zstte1dted a }bt.' _hT t t7: m".'5f. T iit 'n.'in2er. .IKspeckotvitjJ8WeceteMry

: 'wilt 'Ilhuo: > 'and' shipCottonL' 1000 bales.' TjaoaeMh may; lere tfciiV'CottwiiUiliim : 1 '' .n'' ;8B D' i : .O tyiIW ;a1r-sb4.r. and ., bt"should"dieit -
c.fI1\ Charktv 'i are assured M 4f .ry D OQ.WJ"| W,Wrtawed .j } ". t..Rrs26rimmediate$,;tcc et.'hiao
)nitS.C. Ho ,waU1W"C aDr4 S14 ;.ecW &ftr1U. ;. .. lull .
Ulrmarkupncea. ,- louaixl its afo.keepang. 'J, 'P .5 iIj41J:
. I1Y'. .f oui U wiY" A.I.Ie.,1 .SUWaVk.iJ.rt. 13 t4t1 sf1. W. DOUEY ,. VGr" '. to
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'.!. "t .:, Proceedings of the Legislative1 Council :; 'norhsof -J 1et of this ilb rro 1t jbe nt'r ,. |br> bill entitled, an act to
a i sbor Fah ved the folWii! rhitio. : '. :' meht of malu.HI in the anrd: .
: .. : esla ,. counties of Madio- ..
181' ofTh Ion
2t meftber'a11d and said bill
: .cA bill t.d \ i : UN1 SLY, : was read a
: f t The resolution offered on yesterday by mr. Brown of : E '"" second time, ul
t : jfon of YI5tr ; I d ousefKwear criborfhe ''en'orm till tht being waived, placed the and
among orders for
.t :. Jackson was again, read and adopted. ***.. a'tbw
Veil cerlain"reareslate7n lh 'tc*zi bTQuindylAcounty. Gtdsdtn end of the present sesi>ion. on lo-day. l &:
it i }: The resolution offered on yesterday by mr. Hawkins! in Dennis taiIUC
committee to
That be asked
." "- RESOLVED, a special appoined r.nr. and o lined
} telation to additional Judicial District : leave,
an readS the
.i' was again -
SOIiI the funeral and waived lo offer the rute.
". "- and adopted. mr. Holloman gavo notice that-be wjlUm juturcdajusk superintend ._ following; resolutions ." btiac

;. The House then until ?at "li lcavetoMntroduce"iil>111Wbetentitlc3rnn net' 1JTli fthT3 oWe 6 ow3aalj6urn ns""a mark of respect WHEREAS! the great numb,;r.of aids.de.e: V

I : o'clock.: adjourned Monday. next to amend the several acts now in forcot"cl ticgj :the revenue lo tha4eea2dUfltiLt0m0nt0': : at 11 o'clock, and [the officers, assistants and deputies, in iho militia amp and ***

,in this/Tei ritory.", .. .. ,rulejwng.>vaivfi4] said resolutions were considered and ritory, claiming to hold rank & of tbb1i Co
; ;* 1 : .. JMLt ,* <".;.. :t** *: ***' :-* 10 be entitled .!
Monday February mr. M'Canls moved that ihe vote on the passage of the adopted. and it i is! to be apprehended, 11 ho, have to Co "
; P';. The House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum of incendiary emoluments pay, atia:7':
bill entitled. an act to piohibit the circulation which they aie not ,' 11
: ; being present, the Journal of Satuiday'* proceedings was 1 anil Thursday February 4. evil which legally entitled. s
publications, be reconsidered : the yens nays ought to be remedied by law. .".,

rend. being required on snid motion by inessr Duval and Ta Be it resolved by the *F 9'C'
His the Governor transmitted The House:; met pursuant to adjournment : a quorum : Council of
Excellency to the House, bar were Yeas mr. President, u.essrs. RIo nt, Brown of tory of Florida, That the the T '
'4 the Executive being present, jouirial yesterday's proceedings was .. cOI1mander-in.chierbe
following Message
Jackson, Burrilt, Downing, Ilnukins, Ilij-niubolham i read. ed lo inform the council, as e irly as possible r*qu I

EXECUTIVE OFFICE, } Holloman, Hunter, Johnson, M'Cams, Morton Ramsey mr. Kenan pursuant to previous notice asked and obtained her and names of the vario is" officers of ,his O'| the a:: oI

r February 1st, 1836. Smith and Walker 15. : Berlhclot, Brownof : their astisturits atd ataff
I introduce deputies 116
leave the bills acting
i 41 To the Ltgidatitt Council:- following : I his
; 4 : 1 Columbia. Dennis, Duval, Kenan, Macon, M'jN'cil and A bill Entitled, an act for the relief of Cullin Edwards commissioned by permission, not in the appointlt) ( Cl
return to act to the circulation re-.ular liAtet
you an prohibit Tabor 8. S said motion bill the militia
( prcv'niled, 'ami sad!) is Ordered deceased.'' the duties of said appomtmenls"
.i of incendiary publications" and propose the fol., to: be reconsidered. On motion "o if' mr. Duval. the L I crfjoluments their aLt
pay ,
lowing amendment, strike out the words in An act for the relief of the heirs of Hczekiah Wilder or excmpti n of such officers, (
any mannerwhatever" further consideration of 8ud; hill is postponed 1 until the r or nssibttinls! and also that he dip rO
in the third deceased, and procure from the
j line of the first section of said act first Bri : n
of and said'hill General
k .nnd insert in their stead the words a knowingly and with day July next ; rsslost. ** An act for the relief of the widow and heir of William and field officers as i oon as possible, like"tr
mr. Duval to notice( befife.ivcn asked and eel
.j malicious; pursuant Smith deceased," which read tho malion in regard to their resprclive staff .
intent" and in the sixth line of said section insert were severally by officer
obtained lenve to introduce n bill l/.1 an act. for,ifce ants and asj
enthj deputies, and furnisl VII
title and 'referred the
the words short of death which is" between the to the Judiciary cemmillee. same to the
relief of James Sicwari, which wiicd and ordered soon as received from conK. aa \"t
I such
't Kenan notice that he will future officer.
: words punishment and ktown. 0 mr: gave on some day
for a second reading tomorion*. ., .
J :': ,JOHN H. EATOJV.Which r r introduce a bill to authorize the executors of the estate was read and laid on the table til to-l1Ionoy IS I

I : mr. Morton from the couimiltec on -the State of the of Adam Hunter deceased, to sell the real of said mr. President laid before lie House the
i : was read and on motion of mr. Duval the said estate report of\ or
Territory to whom was ii'fuircd'llio] petition i of II. and VV. commissioner ,
j \'-::; till is ordered lo be reconsidered, and is made the orderof &co. that the Boat ; deceased, in Gadsden county. of the city of'Tallahassee, with the :
King ing Sloan Florida be .
; pr3) ; may Also bill authorize the companying account and vouchers
: the day for lo-day. : a to guardian of the minor heirs which on .
exempt from pilotage over the !bar of St. Johns' livci mOlion-or (O
f.t\ J:' mr. President laid before the House the Auditors Re- : i reported rf Shara.J: 1\1'Call deceased, to sell n certain lot in the mr. Blonnt was referred to the co-rnnittce:----- nn-.. t'- :___ .
: i for unfavourablv on nctiiiun( : \which report was tOWIJ of Tallaharsec.mr. : On motion of mr. Berthelol the House fU4IDCe. ou
r. port ujc year i Jo, which on motion 01 ii". Blount concurred bthe went into
; j I, S was referred the! Finance committee. Also in House. Smith pursuant to previous notice asked and cb- mit'ee of the whole on a bill ID incorporate tile tora;;

: ,Li :. mr. Duval gave notice that he will on to.morrow ask the from the of same T. committee, rtportcd) unfavourably tained leave to introduce a bill entitled, an act to incorporate -: and Gulf of Mexico Rail-Roc company, which bill Atlantic

l'.. leave to introduce a bill entitled an act for the relief of charter on petition to run from Livingston Tallahassee! and others prating a tho St. Augustine and Picolata Rail Road company taken up I from the orders of the day ; after some -** avI I

: James Stewart." The stages ,tJjf J Jacksonville. ," which on his motion was read the first and second spent therein, the committee DSP, and mr. Duval time

.: }1 ; ;: mr. Blount pursuant to notice heretofore given asked yeas of the and committee nays being l required messrs.on BorlheW conj-unirii g with the times [the rule being waived for that purpose] and ordered from, reported said bill to the House with the enactfn thert- 31
report & M'Cants :
I : :" and obtained leave to introduce a bill entitled, .* an act lo were Yeas President y (for a third rending on to-morrow. clause stricken out ; the yeas :ind nays being required/:
mr. messrs. Blount, Brown of Jackson I-
j /.' .authorize the guardian of the minor heirs of Thos. Wright mr. Brown of Jackson, pursuant to previous notice asked concurring with the report of tIe cornm'tftee of the

l1 'i, deceased, to sell their real estate within this Territory," Macon, Downing M'Neil, Hawkins Morton IIoHoman, Jiftmson! Kenan} and obtained leave to introduce a bill entitled, h an ae.ito by rne srl.: Berthelot and Dow ling, were Ycaarnr. wbot ohIC
Ramsey; : TnJorwValler!
: t t:::. which was read and referred to the Judiciary committee. 14. Nays mrssrs. Berthelot, Brown ol Columbia Bur-- authorize the county court of Jackson county to levy dent, messrs. Blount, Brown of Columbia, Brown or

. 1 mr. Smith pursuant to notice heretofore given asked & ritt a tax for the (building of a jail and (for other purposes," Jackson, Burritt. Downing 'II Jlloma.., Hunter I it;
Higginbotham, Hunter, 31'Otntsaud: Smith= 7. So Al'iVel
j ... -obtained leave to introduce a bill entitled '' an act providing said report was concurred in. :" -- uhii'h was read and on his motion referred to the Judiciary Ramsey, Smith, Tabor, Walker and Wood14.. NUt, orit

.. for tho more effectual defence of the Territory of Also committee. messrs. Berthelot, Denni-, Du/al, Higginbotham
from said committee Job| .
; I,." Florida," which was read and ordered for a second read. entitled reported favorably o'n a bill mr. Wood gave notice that he will on some future diy son, Kenan, Macon, M'Canls imd l\lorton-9. So
in addition
an act lo an art entitled act to su'd
ing on to-morrow and 100 be introduce bill entitled !hill I is lni.
copies are to prin- establish and the a an act to amend an act incorporating -
: ted. regulate rates of pilotage for the, St.Johns' His Excellency the
i. I tho town of Appalaehicola." Governor tiansmitted to the
i and Nassau river," and House t ifie iiihe
; mr. M'Neil asked and obtained leave, without previous A bill entitled mr. Burritt gave notice that he will on some future day follnwilln' communication,

notice (the rule being for that purpose waived) to introduce I in force relating,lo roads an act to amend ilu" several acts" now introduce a bill entitled, an act to amend an act con EXECI. T1VE COUNCiL,
j': n bill entitled, an act to establish the 13th regiment of I highways bridges, which: ccining depositions, passed November 17th 1828." 4 h February, 1S35. j J

i; Florida militia, in the counties of Madison and Hamilton reports each were concurred in by the 1 !ouc, and said bills Also I a bill entitled, an act to amend an act regulating To the Legislative Council of frhrida :
,,1. were read a second time and ordered for u thud read : I
; VtJ which was read and ordered for. a third reading ontomorrow. me on to-morrow. the mode of suing out writs of error and prosecuting ap. return the act entitled an net to incorporate

mr. Dennis from the select committee peals in the Territory of Florida, passed February 8th m the Pensacola Steam Saw-mill company, wjm[ii fa
: to whom was referred fcillnv/irt'r
nJr."alker the 1832." SI""cstions." _
presented presentments of the Grand M
, I: I. Jury of the counties Columbia a bill entitled, nn act lo repeal an act t I.) authorize Also Strike out-entirely the 8th Ihe and (7
of Alachua and HilisborJ ohn M. estabi.-h! I a bill entitled, an act to amend an act entitled the words "and

:, ,; .. #;: oughwhicb were referred to the committee on the State river and for Wright other to a"lorry on the Ocklocknee an act :So establish. a tariff of fees, passed February 1st may own" at the end of 7th lire, 1 Sec. .
; : .j purposes, reported said bill the To
t. : .of the Tcrrilory. 1831." authorize incorporated companies U)
t to
House become
with no-
\ ., mr. Duval ofFered the resolutions wit amendmentshicb report was concurred in Tabor l limited dealers in real estate, and I C
following to : and said bill rnr. ofTi-rcd the following rcsolutions : : mortgaged: property is
read the
was tune ordcicd
WHEREAS a crisis has arrived in which call has been : a. d (to be Whereas I what I cannot consent to. In reference
, i a for the land adjacent to, and bordering to this matter I
engrossed third
IS: a reading on upon
i made upon the personal services ot our fellow-citizens, A to-nnmon Holme's creek in Washington in this stated my objections fully to the council last winter and To t
bill county
entitled Territory ;
; I
"nn sicl to
ln.coipnrat >
the' Florida
A : which cannot be responded to, without a sacrifice of inets and < Insurance arc rich and fertile lands, the most of which lie at which objections may be (found at the 108 page of ale i i
I. : .', < which demands Banking company, was taken f from the orders in i present: Journal. My opinion remains
imperiously from
l-I 4 indemnification I of the nn uncultivated stale, ?nd whereas the increase of unchanged.
,11: : (the General Government which is day ; mi I. Du\allllo\'cd.. the further consideration -, population In the i* Sec. ucxt to the last
bound to protect those of said 1 in said county would be accelerated, the value ofsucJ ne of the Section, after Ot0
bill be
t: who po tpuned( until tlm'lirat of 1' the \\
1 at such a period day words real eslole" insert "
.. are unexpectedly appealed to, to a- lands rnd the agriculture and in Escamhia
political of as
July next the prosperity county
,: : and
t I : t:; Abandon their craps at the most important season of the l by messrs."yeas 1\1orron and nays Duval beir.g required" said motion t that region of country :re.aty! advanced ; by suitable improvements may be" and at the end of lh section add, "and for mt'c

year, to relinquish the domestic comforts of home, and to Duval!, Macon and SValLt'j3. : were Yeas noissr.- in the navigation of said cteek, of which improvements supplying necessary limber for tie: Saws." \'(

( leave their f:insilics to suffer, while they are averting on ourfrontier .v Naysrn. '. President said creek is deemed 10 section 2 line after Stockholders insert "but
highly no
Berthelot !
messrs. Biounl I3rown susceptible.
; of
4.; the bloody executions of the Tomahawk Brown of Be it therefore Stocliholdershall give more that 01
Savage : resolved Sixty
Jackson. Burritt by the Governor and J isla.t voles, at any dec-
Dennis Do 4c
: lIill
1'.j and the scalping kmte, must, as they should receive, some b tham Holloman \\ !! r.Hawkins. HirLTin- ;:-o Co.iooj] o'f ko fui.liorj ur Florida, That our Delegate tion, nor hall any one vote. unl ss of lawful nge and a aster
i I Ii\'" return for the important services they may render M'Neil, Morton Ramsey, Hunter,!,Smith Johnson and, 'K.'fab0r-r20."njm',1.M'Canis\: ) '. So,. in Congress be, and he is hereby rejqttQftled i to use- bona fide Stockholder; at least three months previous (to

it THEREFORE RESOLVED, Thai the Legislative Councilof said motion failed and I his best exertion: *, to obtain from Congress .an election.
';. the Territory of Florida in council assembled, : or. motion of mr. .Mol ton said' t tion of Six Thousand Dollars bucb.sTum ;appropria : JOHN II. buti
hereby bill i is. postponed and placed amriug the (ude'rfor or .!. oftnt0ney, nsway EATON.
i I V; .solemnly pledge their influence and do request their Del row. ". ,. tJ-.mor.1. l by that.!1nuourable body, he deemed necessary:: and Which on motion of mr. lilouil, was, together with the )

.' ij: gale in Congrens to use all proper exertions to obtain A bill entitled, ,"; expedient to be applied tr> the improvement npiT'flavigation bill (herewith returned for amend nent, laid on the table,
an act 'lo amend ,
k .. ; from that body the passage of an act allowing a quartersection the Central Bank an act Incorporate ; of said creek. ,. .- also : :
of Florida ..
::. of Land, to every soldier whether volunteer or Morton was on motion of mr. I Resolved further, That a copy of'the foregoing" J The lollowing I kicbe:

j .. r.o, ;.. drafted, who shall serve in the war now waging; against morrow.postponed and placed among the orders for, to I I ble and resolution, be duly certified and! transmitted pream to the: !i r ,EXECUTIVE' COUNCIL,

I< i. the Seminole I Indians. .- Honourable M }
Joseph While.Which 4th February 1836.
! ,::.', : RESOLVED, That copies of the above, signed by the I I mr. the Blount charter moved of(that the a bill entitled, !' an ;icl to amend I ] were read and laid on the l.ible; till to-morrow. To the Legislative Council : ,I po
.1::4.: Union Bank of Florida be the
President and countersigned by the Clerk of the council, I If postponed until 1 to-morrow. The mr. Blount from the Jndieiary committee to whom said: .. I herewith lay before(() the council, for their

f ; be sent by the Executive of this Territory to our Delegate said motion )'et3 an'd'nays being: h bills had been referred, reported favourably on the fallow: i information, the enclosed from Curies: Austin, that they a be 1

1 : in Congress, the President 0f !be Senate, and Speaker of I required Yeas on by rne.sars. Duval -Jind Johnson I: l ing bills, which reports were concurred in by the House, may take such orders in reference lo the repairs surgestpd bCIlilT

i the House of Representatives, with a request that the' were. mr. President messr.s. Berlin-lot, Mount,, to xvit: i as .they may deem necessary. Connected further.with
:: same be submitted to the consideration of the Columbia, Brown of Jackson, Burritt, ''Down A bill entitled .c the subject of the capital I tha Ib,
Congress i Hawkins an act to authorize the executors of squaru, beg to apprize i
,: of the United Statcs.I ing, Higginbotham, Holloman< Hnuler, John Thomas council thai the
Morton Se brook la sell his estate, both real and executive office i i.; too small! for the book, iIJIDli

Which were read and laid on the table until to.morrow son, Ramsey, Smith, Tabor and \alkel.-17.. ," which was read and ordered for a second personal : papers and recOIds, to be kept in the order they should.
i Nays mcssts. Dennis Duval Kenan: reading
The resolution offered on Saturday last by mr. Hunter and l\1'Neil-6. So M'Canls on 1'0. morrow.A If authority were given to the Tieasurer and Auditor t to ,
said ,
f. were on mntion of mr. Downing amended motion prevailed. bill entitled rent a small tenement, the them
by sinking eut A bill entitled an act to authorize the guardian of the room now occupied by
.' u ten" and inserting in its an act providing for the more cfcctu:1l( L be c.",
stead minor heirs of might added to the
twenly" in the first Thomas rr ht deceased sell office.
to their
defence of the Terrilory ol Florida; real I
} resolution ; when they were again read and passed. was on motion of estate within this Territory," which was read JOHN II. EATON. ''Irla'
a second I
mr. Downing referred to"the select
A bill entitled, an act U alter! and fix the committee appointed time and Which read md
f: time of hold 10 confer with the ordered for a third reading on to-morrow. was < refened 0 a select committee. .
Governor. .
t ing the county courts in Washington county," was read I A bill entitled .. A. bill entitled, an act to alter and change the terms messrs Duval, Smith and Morton were appointed tb lcOD. ':

.V.. the second and third time (the rule being waived) and I Florida militia, in an the act to tabli.-h} the 13th regimentof : of the superior courts (for tho Middle District of Florida'* A bill entitled, nn act for the relief of James Stuart," I

passed ; ordered that the title be as above stated. .counties of Madison; and Hamilton : which wa read the second time and ordered for third I was read the second f lime and ordered fort third:reidiagt
was read ihe second lime and u i slJltJ
.. .; A bill entitled: an act to alter and fix the time of hold referred to a committee reading on tomorrow.A on to-morrow. ,
of the wholo
"1 ing"the Spring term .f the county court of Duval coon tee thereon after house The House went into commit bill entitled, an act to authorize Sion Smith lo dispose A bill entitled, an acl in addi.ion to an act. entitled I,

:. ly, was read the :ad and 3d Jime (the rule being waiv rose, andmr.: Duval some time spent therein, the committee of-certain real estate," which was read the second- an act to establish and regulate th > rates of pilotage for so!

..1 ,..4, ed) and passed ; ordered that the title be as above stated asked l Iwav lo-uit : iliereliom reported progress, and I time anJ l ordered 'or. a third reading on to-morrow. the St. Johns and Nassau rivers was read the ihir

it. A bill entitled, "an act (repeal an act to authorize millee of the whole again he mi ; Blount moved.that the com And a bill entitled, .* an act to amend an act to incorporate time and passed : ordered that the title be as above stated :::0
John discharged: from ti
river Wright to establish a ferry on the Ocklocknee of the bill which motion >o Author- consideration a company called the St. Andrews and Chipola canal A bill entitled, an act to amen:i the several acts now 1:) .
I and for olhtr ; '
purpose, was on motion of mr. Den prevailed : nod said I company, passed&! 3d day of February 1832 in (force relating to roads highways and
bill which
: his referred le select was on motion of mr. Smith referred to tho committee I brides"e! 3e a'ul
a committee ; messrs. Dennis, on the militia. was read a second time and ordered for a third reading on I read the third time and passed : ordered t I
Downing and Morton '
were appointed thereon. 'S/ilnfila/ next.. as above.A a
: The bill entitled, an act lo prohibit the circulation Sundry resolutions offered on yesterday( U'y mr. Duval I Also from bill entitled Insurance '
the -
of 'were on motion of mr. Motion Ip same:commiltee to whom was referred a "an act to mcorj-orate; the Florida iIf
the publications, was taken up from the orders o f row. :ootponeduntil". loinfior-' I bill entitled, ." an act to amend an act to prevent the future and Banking company," was read the third tiro1
day, when the House r {
bf the whole thereon resolved itself into a committee The House then adjourned: until migialion free negroes or mulattoes into this Territory the yeas and nays being required 01: its: passage by messrr
t after some time to-nioiroir morning at Duval.and ,
committee spent therein the 11 o'clock. .. and for other purposes, passed February 7th 1832," Morton, were Yeas messrs. Blount,

bill to the House rose, and mr. Smith thererom reported said I I.-reported. that.the committee deem any further legislation Columhin., Crown f\C JackSAn- _H____ _'__7 Riifr'lt--.7. T-TifyirinhbtfiSO__' ,."n_ 1?, See

in by the House amended ; which report was concurred Wednesday (.upon the. suujoct- inexpedient! winch report was concurred Holloman, Hunter, Johnson, Kenan, M'JVeil, Morton*

third and said bill was read the second and February 3. I in by the House f'9 Ramsey, Smith, Tabor, Walker nail' Wood-16. Nays

that ihn time (the! rule being,. waived) and passed: orderep The House mel pursuant t.. adjiHirnmlul,' n'mio/nm bcin"1''- Also from the same committee to whom was referred mr. President, messrs. Berlbelot, Dennis,' Downing, Drf:
title tin nlmv the
.IM InfngI--.- present mr. Smith journal asked of yesterday'a'; ri'lWit} xva's rca d. f.4 t the pc'titio'n: of Samuel 1 L. Solomon ;.administrator,. report val, Macon and ll'Cnnts7.. So said bill is passed,

the followin Excellency the Governor transmitted to the House I and obtained: leave Cnhout!. ( preVintfs I ihnt-lrje, coinmitiee deem it inexpedient to legislate ordered that the title be as above st; ted.
notice (the
Executive rule being fur that I '
; message wit i bill purpo.se waived) to intro 1 Upon the subject ;. ,whicji report was concurred in by the A bill entitled, h an act to repeal an act to aufboB*!*

EXECUTIVE OFFICE ) duce a entitled, ft PP act in further addition tq .fhcVcl.\ :? jI j.House.: |- $ John ,M. Wrighl lo establish a ferry on the Ocklockue

-; ,1; February, 1836. / now in force regulating: judicial procc(\arnj-e, ,. which-wi I Also from the soma committee (lo whom was referred a river, and for other purposes," was r;ad the third lime a)ndpJssed

To the read and referred to the Judicnry (: *' '. : ordered that the {title be bove stated. "
Legislative Council :- omn1il.r c. bill entitled, an acl to regulate the patrols-: of diP Territory as c 8
I nominate mr. Smith gavo notice thai he will on future The House resolved itself into committee of th 9
the Florid
the following day /\ : reported. unfavourably: on" said bill I IlhIb
J be Direclors persons, to ask leave to introduce a bill entitled, ; whole.on a bill entitled to'i incorporate I
in the Union Bank of Florida until the an 'el to incorpo: which-report Houses refused to concur in, and said an act to nend an act
24th rate the St.
'i.: day of January 1837. Augustine and Picolatu Rai"lRoad ,compa bill is ordered for a .secoed If reeding on Monday next. the Central Bank of Floridi ," after some titoff<<

Robert Gamble of Jefferson ny. .. I Also; from. the same commillee whom referredthe spent therein the committee rose, and mr. Wood thcrcfrofflj. e

r.r.. Henry Gee II Gadsden county'. I mt. Downing gave notice that ho will on to-morrow- in petition of John." Ray, reported<< unfavourably was' thereon:' reported progl e s and asked leave.to jit again, which ,ffi-.; r

.,- : Augustus Alston I troduce a bill to, mend the laws porl was relating .
; Hector W. ( ages. > The House then a
Braden *( II i1d'tiI, ] t k.morrow..n..Bert1wtotfrothho. adjourned to-morrow. morning, >
I'i Richard C. Allen >< 1C f Also a bill to amend the charter of the ,Lifo .Insurance committee on Enrolments I 11 o'clock.'f I, .,
:1 tlHw I and Trust reported .-
JOHN H. EATON. I company. : ,' as.correctly;Enroled': '* Friday, February 5. '

I t hereupon the House went into I Also a bill! to enabl mrs. EhizaShav: (lo-sell a tract of Au'nct to alter and fix the time of the be I
i nominations therein secret session on the ( l land insaidbillto: be mentioned. ; : Spring The House met pursuant tO adjourr meat II quorum *
: : contained; and advised and consent I mr. Berthelol' term of .the'counly court ofjDuyacounty.; |, rngjresent.the Journal of yesterday'proccedings'' -

ed to said nominations, when the door was again having announced the death of Captain An act,;lo.alter and change the time of holding the '.road. J1
: opened. 1 George '
,Fisherjunior '
one of 1.
The Jlouse his tonstiluenls. (
'j eleven o'clock.then adjourned until to.morrow rooming at I obtained J leave I ,to.offer [the (following: t n, asked t.j* and! county A vco urls'o. ashinglon"CoUn ty," I mr.. Konan pursuant to notice given nn yesterday as k !

I RESOLVED, UNAMMOUSLYBY, THIS piKfcs'ENT! ; .tri! resrPeiThg' 1btt Delegate i in Congress'.to and obtained leave to introduce a, bill entitled "* *lletI .,'

: I COUNCIL OfTHB r4EG1St,4TIVE ,-. relieTw, ( 'xertioiAjvbtain-an additional member from I f ithe. relief of (he heir' of AdamjUunter''( <. Tuesday February 2. TtRRITORrQFA8IEMBLED FLORIDA'l[ fi.QOONCJjL; .q lt t \ \ iJ','* tt-' : -. J ''t:. t.
1 '
The House met pursuant, to adjournment, a quorum 1 to.o'intoJjis"Qwii: TbaiVhereaslt has." pleased Divine 1rOvideuce : A'r. olblis I e e 'In. Congress ; bill entitled cpA II I1n act for tho .0oe; oi'i )tir,; ofad'
being the Journal of : presence the s'pjrit of.'their iate*: !tu i&w. ,'xertjons haTe :
present to i I.
pistrict formed "
yesterday' proceeding friend and associate, they will .;:toisuctr Sfa\\\\ deceased, which were al8eralJy Pad $
was read. as nn_ evidenfce-UjChis.l ; be called the .UIAt>> .. i
palacbico 10
Ii.mr. .. anU ( ft'Lo JL. ; ,
reTerreJl : commntee.
Uirr.n Judiciary :
: :
beroie.gallantrydmaphmyed ; iiffaii. ne Withlifcoo:- I rL> > .I*t. J i { -:11: _JIH "
I ask Kenan gave notice .that be willoniome. future daj,, cheeaqdai<< aje' .<>laraoniarof I inlWerajo hctr'reipcct' for his. 4 r o '_ Jlft og .a' 't en't. ..)im,.J.b'll, rejf 1to .;F.(Brown; ofjlJackspt4'gavo npiioe! that bedrillaPJ! : .q..! i
leave to introduce the following bills + charfc ;; objaj \: natfon f, ".IU TboU8 (hDQU.r.\"lorI future aI a'JU J JIff
: r fca twnV I ; day- ; iQaye-IOiinjlroduce apU[ ;o.fia.eDWI ;
.t 3 ,, f UeVrf fwpr .
: Ui Jiat l2 o'clock l f4hU3&3s'< '
A ; 1h1 1!
entitled, "an act to enable-' ; .of be 'tI.vtg ii (o'f. tittY.8u"u ..
the lf1 .
.rdino of.the De 1ft' act.tQ'repeal: the 27th'Section of.'an ael l COiCerbi1 i Wtf ;
:ip i .:*():: c1. 11-& e i, tn i& ) fr0 ItuiyS.L 9 : a :j d :- : g .,.j
infant iui8..b.\ ; I,
children-of- : ": ;;1
_i : Hezekidh Wider dcfceaiaftpi CodtVr \ taVt; 'tit a' 'Q .(::JPJuJl ,.' iI9.A.f u&_ ." 1:1: tk I J'eat meutary, Ip1Jt.' i)* *}O i4t1JJ')PttrbfM! ?! bdiJfti *
certain real estate." ) V* !U1I _I f re* r.ti 8 xet t dE d t "'it l !

"roaf ferred q bill entitle ,' arJ act toe'Iab" 13th regi-! Te 'bf'coctiflUfld
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> t- ; f # .J ". > .' .. *. :.'
ks rcporlcd,-itg various readings dispensed with ( much .t. .h riot .- P: _
1-. &rpretty ) a They are all composed of the .flower -- -- -- _
.. : and finally passed,and sent to' tbo :Senate. I :tI.3ee some oI..JHie uL.tf.8e8 of MARRIED. -
1oiiDIAN have no doubt will be ;taken up there to-mor. Itook. att.tJaea..the&1 begit to. taoeouoUf not mercenaries who go to On Tuesday Evening last by the Rev. Ilotwrt: B.

I CIff row nnd passed. fleet 011 oQr-1I f N .ntIia alii Uw field (W pay orfitoder, but many of them Kerr Mr.CUAULES AUGUSTAS NELSON of 4
!!UJg knew that "
1At1.tA" they were about to yield to the galling are men of wealth ftftCease; who, while acting Stockholm Sweden, to Miss LA.URENAJCHN8bNoftlus _
; UDAY. FEB" o.indicre0t. Revenue Cutters, Steam Boats, &c. prOp. fire of the enemy and UJUPt: they woaId come oa the. soldier, also Ailfil the,higher character of City.In 1 I

rllr SAT erly armed and manned, have been dispatched me I knew that my small company of mea coal4tliotstUd the Qulicy, -Thursday the t Ida inst. b''the Rev
letter to prevent the them. Therefore I determined to go mad/Win philanthropise( ; < F Fitzgerald, JOHN J. ADAMS Esq. Miss :;
The transportation of to to _
them ,
-nCHEt.- negroes and all fall together, after mrriTing.safc'art Of(he officeilftfciequalifications cannot be CAROLINE B BOOTH. .
WiilJacoochc wilh I tnc Cuba; ar.d also in prevent the introduction of lO und to the that :
31 \VI'fHL""vV t. men were retreating, I asked O pu doubted' bra .aad skilful soldiers. R'r
They ----- --
au.ur:1 -
the supplies prousioos dnd Pariah why he did not make the Indians l
ocr.ting' in a Savannah! pa- munitions of war acharccon have left the OBITUARY. _
r Appeared His he did us witla blessings and heart-felt
I ; 'blcb from that to the Indians. reply was not know what to do, Cape :1
quarter DrED-On .he 13th inst. the
at residence of Mrs. .
Picolata I ParISh 3
em** htalioncd at took his gun like a man and fought-his mean prayers of'all, .ikatjhe "God of Battles" will
1. some Qno Gen. Srollis i now far on his and in Mary Hagan, her dauhter Mrs. MARYconsort: of :
of them
a .
."linen. on the flung woy many were on the battle ground,- watch over and protect them, and guide themto =4-
osed, and founded few aJ111 be in Florida with orders to Clinch was at this moment trying to rally his men, victory. Mac Jacob Summerling, Esq. of Alachua cot my East _
en Messenger.The
icl i 0jtI is fUPP t 1\\,,:\,'S sure to precede auba TERMINATE THE WAR. For this purpose, his and making severe threats if they did not form the Florida, aged :I'l: years and 8 months. tIn .;

* nnrts "btb nre, : aJIwen n fruits authority is unlimited. A force line. Col.ParkhiU! I hid.been informed had ordered the death of Mrs. b'nmmerliiig, the community _
tln will
1 ; assem. the to be made Volunteers from ___
i roo : charge ,"which I believe to be a Georgia now in Florida and _
I ;ellUClnor.VCUSMUH, and it 'IS matter ol' \ bled from South Carolina, Geergia and Ala- act, and when I reached the spot I found him riding rhose on the way constitute a body of more than 1000 in which I she elided sustained an almost ir-eparable .'f
1- i tncnle ot f will term,I. J ham.i that will nut only restore tranquility up and down the line wi.h greatspirit and animation men. The detachment from Macon, with the Baldwin 1osiu; the bitjni of a loud husband and obedient chil- _

t t. when Ac uarof words but diive from the Te-rhory annihilate trying to rally the soldiers to a renewal of.the action. and Washington: Cavalry, number about 450 drcu there i> au .chin void which never can be filled "

oriccltJ'e reht,! of tho affair, we are I'I'J in Florida. or eve- The writer is mistaken about the General's getting men. Augusta has sent 250, Savannah about UK, As a child, another, and wife, she was demotedAsa ... V.. 4

Id e4 .18 tO. t1M. fir, us di'h; and ry savage The horrid massacres in front of his men, I did myself do that thing, the Glynn troop 25 or 30, and a corps from Darien, chnstain, her light shone as a brilliant Mar in the I.
It' to rowcll, as and devastation oi property committed by the and said to the brave volunteers that nothing bat a number unascertained, say" from 40 to 5O-beslde '
midst ol a dark and beniglred: land-her ca idle was I
it *fecdt02'rCC concerned, and though our Indians, accounts of which have recently Cached manly charge would save us, and all they, wantedwas other detachments which we have been informed
IC a leader, and requested them to follow me-I !lave beea sent from the seaboard counties making not hid, but shown in the splendor of a glo'ious re c
:' CVc '0":1 J 1). 111"1'11101/; "\.s 'SClon bore, have excited a spirit that will'be sat- then addressed myself, in the'same language to 'the in all, largely over a thousand Volunieers form Georgia. ligion. Mrs.S. bore her affliction with patience andresignation 1

"r 'Ocj's 1 he r.cl'cdcd III 1 his, obcti is.fu'd with nothin;! less. regulars urging upon them /necessity'of a'cliarge, : And but 'a few moments before her -
I r. Jofbat1k, The which I Our General knows this tu be fact. the observe that a body of Volunteers has been j
i fihe ilC advance, as is letters have received from the a -Well into flight to the realms of bliss, she exclaimed irk ener-
thc further charge we went not in but raised ai Sew Orleans lor the expedition which itwas
r lea110 military order, in a way ,
Territory, doubt 'her friends 'I know
rt\1'nlloc- distressed mother and
these disasters to Ml
. .' r wilhdr1waI.-I to knock down and darg out, and by so doing be en- supposed would number about 600, Charleston gy
from IIClr :.tlli"qucut I icsulted Iro.ii. a culpable not to say inexcusa- abled to the Indians in few minut has already sent 200 men, and another we observe tl1LJny redeemer lives."
conquer a they corps, _. ,
. ,,ideot i concerned, t tdcconttoue to ___ _ '
all -
tbt'rclore, advice ble! ignorance here, not only of the temper and were soon driven from the field into a thick Cvpruss ,has volunteerd in thaf city for the service,probably -

S Ife wou'd.' scramble which is going on di t ihc to take his tree and in their notice,despatched oliromjlO to 50 which
fight own way, and sure corps men, .
; Uass Xo. 4 183G.
.rained on the occasion. Were able to muster: but of the force at the enough they gave us one or two rounds and retreated with others unreported, we may in al! put down for ..'
lot conipaicd every account t, commaipl) of Gen. Clinch for the protection of trout the ground until near night when we were 1000 more. Capital Prize: $2UOGO., Sale of Tickets tc close on .
rf'.cCHrcfully '
, about The Florida Militia and Volunteer force will Tuesday next, ni 4 o'clock, p. M.
the the 'I'trriiory. Had 14 companies of to cross the river which was a pleasing thing '. -
- Grnei.il in command, to Jar been rvgii- to all of us. However we got across safe, the probably constitute a body of from six to nine hun- FtbHUh, 1336. -23-1 w 'I.t

f StUuive tsIIrc! our rChlcrs, wc tioops actually at his command all men walked as light and as quick as if they were on dred men. .NOTICE. { I, .
and; wiiffjand probably would have been pre- hot embers and myself one of the number. After The amount of the U. S. force to be concentratedin Subscribers anxious to close the business of rir. .

L' one of most intervening grades,) vented.: I :ee no other or further step however crossing the river I was ordered by Gen. C'iach to the territory, we have no means of acuratcly ascertaining THE laic linn ot her arid Sturges,oiler a. private ,
4. aD6 conclusion : take some men and move the dead and wounded to but as the War Department speaks'of 14 l'
the following that can now be taken to remedy the fatal sale, the ttuii e Stock ot Goods at :t. Alaiks, I.don .
". "\'e come to an Indian cowpen, about nfl) yards'from the thickest companies being. ,.the command of Gen. Clinch I firm. ".1.
I Ifoo. was 1 taken I 1)) sur- consequences of these errors-and nothing I and'Irom the orders various which have I II iiig to said .
I to
J That tour army swamp most ever saw, during this time the Indians posts we P. KEiCK, Ex'r. of Wm. Kerr. ; tJ
.flrsl- rallied and stood its j ground icmains but to push forward the measures were yelling in every direction. I can tell you I noticed, ordering the troops to Florida, we should DANL. 1). STURGES, Adm'r of R. Sturges. tt :

ihat it adopted, with vigor-be aS3ured that nothing we were all glad to get out of that swamp and the suppose thai the U. S* troops, with those already Mnrk, Ktb. -Oth 1&36. 2btf ,::tt
7Ise1ruIlJ' will loll cowpen, I determined not to camp on that ground, there will amount to considerably more than a 1000 .
. bout one( liundicd and fifty undone here. because I wanted to fight the Indian. in their own men-thus making as the total force, Volunteers and iNOI1UE. .i' .
: SecondTht l \Yhcl1 this allair was first commenced, greatdf"rt" way-There had been some of the wounded carriedto I Regulars, without drafted men, nearly four thousand persons, indebted to the late firm of Kerr 4* : ,

1 ,I .- '" "the ruer when the at- were made to undervalue Gen. Clinch, that place and one Doctor was dressing their men.-Ib ALL are icqucstcd to make Inlluc i atc pa:1:1 }

, TlTniaJei.o\ "%""'" than I one hu whom 1 knew to be a man of honor and wounds, I observed to him that this were too near to I men! And those having dcuiands ng;r**t l1e .
them. ihateZ COUr- the swamp, the Indians would be firing at us all II I t-Tbe Columbus Sentinel contains the will present then ch'ly uuiLci.ticatcU to the subscriber t... }
1 I Itfjoflh'-t; } 1 h.ul 1 their armwilh age and a prudent as well as a skilful com i night, and we should have no chance, his reply was i within lh- time picscitbcj by law."U t 1

rI taiOn(1 J "ilh$ ibn horses :and blr. mander. I saw an anonimous letter to the I that he would not disobey orders, I told him that I following information, as regards the Creek P. Kcrr.l.x'rd'"m.Kt'rr. 'Of".. ( .

*, t1IIJI,!cs-.botit: tinny teteJ I President from some miserable scoundrel at'' would, and went about 2 or 300yards,where we had Indians: DAN'L. 1). o 1 UUGlia Adm'r of R. St'trges. t;

;. n''the : I Tallthas-cl't; assailing him in th most ; a poad on one side which protected us for had it THC CREEK DITuRBANcEs-The threatened _St._ _31 arks_ _, _Feb._ 20_ _133C._ _ _2Stf_ _- _ '' .
'111 ihnujiU, there woie |prc'I'b vulgar not been for that pond, there would not have beeu :
th" -| war with the Creeks i h over. On Sat- ft OTIC E. .
[ ., : re I iLrn, imputing to him the worst motives, and much coffee drank that night.-I am giving true facts. ., .
,"nt otl\lrU: w 1.110',1 wimMN :'n'J' nfl w'lnoutgecis fciigg I.sting his arn,:t. i am satisfied the object '1 he last man I brougt out of the swamp, as I passedthe urday last, General McDougald received 1 ALL persons dcctacd Laving late demands of St. Marks against Lc n Robert cornt :- t Ii
or three shouedThird Doctor I lira his in a an invitation from the Principal Chiefs of : Lur ;c 'I
i ihm: two I saw gathering up men I the
not more MUS to depiive him of the command of the t! t jj', \vi'.I: picsciit i :em duly aullicntioatcditain )
forc great hurry go to my camping ground, I observed : the Nation invitit'g him to n conference at law to I.ot _
ithitefralhCT. 'oIII Fluiida. The battle has given Gen. to him passing that he for disob ping iLuc icqusttd. bv* '
:e by, was vrong Fort Mitchell for the of tutoring DANIEL D. STURGES Adm'r.ft. 4
That for flsne time, it v.ia HOt! ceran t-.liin derived leputution for gallantry, andi orders, but I got in reply nothing but H sour look- purpose I .' .
between the whiles and the Crocks. On Mirks, Fe:,. 20,_11'6. 2>>-aw : :.
side I In this time all of our men had got to the ramping peace I _,
) ttl-icl! ) 1I..1i'rl'1l1to!!J. bn the fighting I our.igo.Ko'lmg ground, I now began to reflect on the course 1 had Monday following, Gen. McDougald, in company J Regular Packet. i., I'I

iliiriirr, fItl'f' ::1"\1"\ XV1,. given ((1 II( ,I 1 as-k of the f.ivotir to the in the the sick and wounded. I began ..J".' BIUG "
you give me removing ,
: the I 2CUi : ;.or -
bilc!%.(k.-that I : Ton ell conuuillcd.sraJc ision Georgia Militia, (who happened to beat on 'Y pjja
.J li
:.( : on I' ic-sun nun crested I by the officers and men of io think they would a hold a court martial overmy -i apply to P. KCIT allahai ace, cr ''t
I1t lake i ia IU11:1:11: : ; l'h Cl'd III. :in- : conduct and agreeably to military law would Columbus at the time) together .with several ; .
."rCJt i I the militia for nol crossing ,the river and gi. to ihoCai.tair mi beard. )
sido uf the iiv,. in t iho I 1 1a: in. I have me shot. Therefore I determined say some. other officers( and citizens, repaired to Fort St. \lnrk ,Fe SOth 1S3C. 23JwJNOT1CE J .i w.
(In ihi* ; I r I I \iiii the elH) >I i.y. bailie! after the conflict with thing to Gen. Clinch about the business.-So I look Mitchell in accordance with the invitation ol _ ____ .4. '

itk nC:1r the ftr-y, :tll\1 lcoinmeiKcd the at- t tSie U. Mates; Troops. 1 make \\I\A\ \ enquiry my cap off and went to the Gen. with it in my hand :'
: 1 I conference the hit pr t
the Chiefs and after ( { .
and observed to him that I had disobeyed orders uudci has .
I TC ILIE signed .
xvjih appointed
of the .1 li-vjio defend them. The i .
iid siiu-oro (
i to *
after the t irgtil.us : : a puttion I J .
tck about the camping ground and made some excuses agreed to and signed the following stipulations B John L arkhu i:, ,1-
Ilu.'ttfhtd cio secl, fir which: he w.1I1 vtilhdr.iw.il in the face of our exulting encrm, about it, when he raised up his hand said my good : f I l :_ his Agent anti Atto-ney in .f ,

jiA'Jcss have to mS\H'r to his nation, Lut i I as it is hero imported has and will create anunfavorable fellow dont jay any thing more, this i is the right place *'We.the,undersigned Chief* of the Creek ,I fact, lo act fi.r him during 'i'
opinion that I wish to have the -well I began to think all was well on account of his abcncevlIcoatccrr.-, ? 4. J
'dl t jirfbnlily plcr.J in justifica'ion, that he :, means of information and I have my trial for disobeying orders.-As for the charge Nation),,of Indians do hereby pledge ihemHelves.ioVestrmin ( mole cxpcdith/n. He l 1185 placed in his hands 1mUo i )
to remcve as
Jj lid si'/iv'! : 11)'C-t'e I llr.it: our army ; on the Indians I knew that was pleasing to the Gen otr.young men iuiuture from ,!,5, rsotesaml Arcoutus, for settlement;at dliopt-i i
po i not had a line fron: an 'officer or man connect- because after it was over he passed by and observed passing into the Territory ef Georgia that all indebted to the irnuersigred, will call und set- 'i

'..1,1 atleiiijit to cni.s-5' v\iih re t
plWproJwbrted we
I'eiatc: which from I was very much exhausted, he told me to come to any by, his meet the demands agiu isthir.i. t ;
imI succor, to you. Gen. Jackson still says he can : >Ie Altnrncy to .
: him 1 did so and got a pat on tie shoulder,'andthenbe train ill.,con milling depredation on His shops ,\ iilbc; continued as heretofore, nrder tat 11
fcrsidc he niht: attack. conquer every Indian in Florida with 300 men; ran his band into his pocket auddrew a flask well the per,iial property of l the people in that s111)enultcIdnccofMr.: James West, -vho hit hope* -

fuunh: -That the voluntccis} on this side and our Governor, I understood yesterday had charged and told me to take a good drink of his bran State and if io'future such depredations shall .IB be able. to gi j,general satisfaction. ;. .4:
I told him that I all heart after WIIJON. t.-:
written to the President that he thought 500 dy, would with my ; DAVID c. ;
,Miniiedto, cross during: the action as rapidly would do. getting over the the strangling, I.took dalhtttr'a&d be committed, we-will aid wilh our tribes in Feb. 13th. IS35. 23-2xv or ',

4 hiu 1l1 oiirinc would pci tnit-thul bOilie tcvcn told the Gen. I could make a.notbi Mrplpscdand arresting the offenders and delivering them tn ---
I get no communications frcm the high rode off to the river, this is aU-uo.kt..1IeoPJe and further Lumber Wanted. ; .
the we tP
civil tbo :
suiiii ij| with thtsir a ofGeorgu -
:mprd! to : river, : arms, funciionnriou; at home or here, and I must say what they will, I am not seeking an office, thai all atoliMi :ALb, endorsed "Proposals for lumber," fi
uiIikd I ; snd( that no ctToil was neccss.uyralacc they well know. -Nothing hut thf. plough handle pledge ourselves to cause property be received by the subscriber until the IStiior ': '
o on hlllIYe hive $500,000 itt t
my own near suits me, and to attend my toll gate, you shall certainly by the Indians to be bronght to Fort Mitchell, \\ for timber, and such other lun 1 t
: them to C'u.s. for this war, and if ilit* Creeks commence arid have a full statement ol the months tefviw and delivered to the commanding-officer where b.rosina March? be supplvwg necessary for completing the U.!B. Atscnal ." Lit f

H Fifth-That mciM of thc Indians who were arupicsscd on the north, they will be driven when I have time to write all down-The children tbe owner can identify and get the same; and now buildii r at Ciiattahoochee, Flo. ;",' fI
do\\n Tall.inassoe. To avoid this 1 are squalling on all sides and I must conclude, before material"must be of the best quality of fellow .. i
lId fcli th of thc0 upnn all such Indiana This
Ltf will be
'; 'le 5 uncriingaim what occurred in retf'erence that we cause to dispersed : -'
I do however I state In-
ihr riflemen-tint ihe troop suffered byt.g have; written to Gen. Scott, that if he hears of 10 Gen. Call it must has been stated that his conduct or. as are now or may hereafter be assembled -I vxweJ piue, free with i fio.,1 squat sap,edges rot,,' and and conform large knots to bills, !mast which ,. ..,'f'l}4 I

hostile movement on their part to marchhis that occasion was not such as would coDsti- furuisfced the.
any on the frontier of Georgia. from time to tim.aad ; .
in line will be prepared
kept, too long ftationaiy, ex- he did not send all his '1 1contrac.tor I
brave officer because ,
army through Florida, and nttack them on tute a Chief for IllS go vernrocuU "
'*dlo the fire ol a concealed foe-that at UK SOUTH, and always to have a sufficient men over the iver, I would say that he acted will Signed by seven Persons offering will please state their pdl e per ;t : ,
prudence, expecting an attack on his side eve whether! the will ;, t.
ifiaj charge: both volunteers and iPjjulars military I'wen between them and us. I shall great ry moment. But what was his conduct t in the most FALSC RfcMOR.-The last Milledgeulle Federal foot, sup<:ilicial deliveries inch measure OB the Arsenal; and ground or:/at the .'i
bed jaihntly, and did wlvit should have it the request of Gen. Scott correspond with trying hour, when one of our officers rode to the bank Union says-"The report iu circulation a few clays make rscnal w barf At Appalachicola. :...1 f.
of the river and told him, iihe did not come over and thaton*?,of the wagons sent by th, Governor s.-- JI
tn dune ininulf bucr that both him and keep him advised of all that I hear ago Payment to be made o.( delivery reserving percent .
ihuly :n 'ou1d'all be cut off slating and unit ion for the SouthWestern fA1I
the am
try to rally men, they with supplies of arms fur Ua fu'lfiliDCiit of the whole con.
5'frsar.d men. by ihcir hiavcry, extricated whiHi 's not m.n-h, relating to affairs at home at the same time, -hat he believed they were al- counties, had been laken ly the Indians I as security t ..

01)I iieic. I think the Governor or commanding ready. On this infonnalion, Gen. Call immediately provedto be false; the Wagoner, after deliveiiu l.ia tract. rc-cctvecl the lumber must le inhpecteii :, '
tmsc1n.s fro:) a ciitn-.il: : situation, brought GiMier-il, ought in an offi.-uil; report to rnakrkii.nvij crossed the rver, determined to conquer ordie with: load to the proper officer, has since returned u 1i1- IWorsiirnnlK I cc1 a_':f-f..abe! to contract by the 1

,)Irt;:hv, \' 'utsvli'h "'i:( not fore-seen, but ilic 1 c.iu-e; which led to the withdrawal his men. (I believe him to be a brave soldier). The t Idgevile. One of his horse" was killed in ihe nih: J XlaButd'rftr: \1 n : t-'roLol.n the LT. States, ho-will be :;worn -t1
the of
charge had been made belore be reached whom it is not known. .
'.tl: liJ\0 hl.<'CI .ip's IM'llClllJ, : ]<'(l.xia l. I ol I uur tuiiiti.i.! I Il I tliH Governor has done solo battle, and the Indians rooted, I do not know of but t to tic j:jsuce to CAR tL-sr i-ESTERS p.iriios concevnrd.A ,can find constant: ploy- '\"i "1I.! t
<, : 1'h ,itt.iui t 1 )I iiiUi'; > oi'l ihe ramp i ng'jWidia th" \Yr lc ptrimenl, it was proper that a one charge that was made on the enemy. GREAT MATCH RACE.-A match race for I merit on the Arsenal.. 1! :

t I : orJ' the .!! ] I copy >houd! luxe: been forwarded to me as thellepresenlative Please to have this published in your columns and been made between Col Hamp J NO1W1LL1AMSON. ,4f'j
r:4 1 infO x uilecis: 1 : I lo piovid.' i shall hear from me again in a short time, believeme $32,000 has tiCIatt.lllllor.ce \ -)
you Superintending.
U. S. Army,
oi' the and of its inhabitants Li ut. .
'a lorccd mach, with jar.,vj,II( :))4 fur thr'1. Territory, to be a friend to truth. ton's Argyle and ,Col. Crowell'u stable, consisting Feb. 12 1S3C. ga-4w !t f fI
; lid I -sure you, in the sincerity of I do not believethat there wsniorithin about 150 Bascombe, Bill Austin Lady Nashville "" .
; LUS'f
fill:ly, while : : RI
ti:(! regulars tvre j field and than 15 or 25 Indi.
lay haii, thai uoald take as much pleasura Indians in he not more and Boliva-$17,000 on the ol Ar- I
ted dtlicd: hy their l b3'-Y.'e; thereby. that detatehtncnt and each and ans killed in the field. JAMES STEWART. part I A Po-kclDook Lctwcen Waj. Lee's: anJ I aviV :f't;
: 1"" : vindicating To the Hon. 7. M. WHITI. gyle and $l5QO0ou the part of either horse the l l2iU Inst. containing a 5) dol- ; l-:; .j
: iutbe jra.blaiitak3oii rl
march of the \\holii army, and nil of them, as if they had been commanded by named-to be named by the 12th Apiilt on l.r United Setts' D.uutotc, and two deeds for land, L 1 I.

,3Iq'leny! rtnJcring it impossible for the my most intimate friend.I which day the race will be run over the Augusta -one gh'cn.l.y 1 J.ilesUro'n to \VihliamtVat"o i, the ;. 1
of Volunteer for "Flo R. Price. Abc I 1'4
11 \flter lo am respectfully, The five companies mie! forfeit William Martin tO.lOS. twpNctesofKa'nJoneforSOihe .
s continues the camp lign from ablate very course; four heats one half oih-r by dollars -! :/1
other for -
Your friend rida fmentioned in our last paper,] left given
"nnt-In ill either should fail to run.Commercial. and athcr .; '
attempting lo cross a deep 7th case Frederick Fc-rrier to the subscriber, .
the insL by
JOS. M this on Snndaj morning,
WHITE place
Bulletin. recollected. A reasrnabte reward vi 11 be :;
fepid stream in a single canoc, without crecS Theycorwgt of f bout 375 men and were embarked papers for not the delivery! of the above .to the subsc-iber, ", I. .

'S:1 temporary bridge for the purpose, and Col. White has laid before Congress the following in four large boats. They'.will land From the London Times to paid Capt.Joseph Moore oral the Floridian otlice. ;:, :
: .
;!owing the oflicois to be separated in too bil.s viz:- nt Darien, and from thence proceed.to Picola. PAEIS Dec. 51.-There is to further news fi om WM. WA'ISO .:'
I A bill, For the completion of the improvement ol Fcb 20th 1836: 29 tvr f.
CJ instances from ilu-ir reaper-live cJtn.sand certain Rivers and Roads in Florida. ta by steamboats or packet They, are formed America. It was stated yesterday in a distinguished JLESit i%*

; : that these will Sec. 1. Be it enacted bv the Senate and House ol in a batnlion, and commanded by Mark A. circle, that Lord Palmerstnn had decidedly, offered .iNI .

lesson cirots prove a usc- Representatives, of the United States of America, Cooper Esq. of Putnam, who was elected officially, the mediation of England( io the THERE will he a drove of Mulls in _
in succocdin OCt tljOflS. assrmbkd That tar the of improving Tliix evidently Tallahassee,on Monday the 22d insr.
in Congress purpose Major on Thursday. On that day, the hospi'talnies French and American governments. and :-
'. certain Rivers and Roads in Florida, the but what I can tell for a fs and will remain until Wednesday:
extended to them premature; yon }
of the citizens were will be offered I
Co1. White be and they are hereby appropriated sotd private sale on that day,they q
recently met with a severe inju. I Joilowing sums fact u, that the journals which assert that France nuL at
.LYnfalIon Jut ol:any money in the reasury not ofherwise ap- in a well'furnished entertainment; and it was. would refuse it are ignorant of tbe feelings ol the at public sale on.Thursday.
pavemrnt. Wc are "r.ilitoobserve I. jirojiriate'd.;, gratifying to nee the spirit '.( liberality wi.th Cabinet.A Feb. 30,h 1839. "* 23 1 VTUVN .-
mud shoal in the West Pass into .
thc For removing a LtT.li4'OH. SALE.
by Washington contributed it.
papers that: which nearly every citizen to different version of the speech of the emperor

*as kept from his place, but one day by the Appalachicola For! riinoving River obstructions ten thousand in Suwannee dollars.River in On Friday, the battallion was reviewed by of Russia is given in the official papers, from that FOR iu private tbeJST6rth sale, tots addition'o.of 82 the, 8J-City.:\4,of and lallahaa-85! ly-, .

:''dent. Florida ten thousand dollars by Gov. Schley, who came to this place for published i in the Journal des Debats-It is more R-..J- JBACCLfc. [. t

For reconstruction of Bridges destroyed by tbe Indians that or other purposes connected. with t'o. i- mild, but equally firm in relation to Poland. The see.Feb Apply 16th, 1836 o ; 28 f 4 _
and for all trie Military Roads in that the Warsaw -
1 He also addressed the.. bttalioon persists in maintaining --- .
esnluiion has been adopted by both East Florida twenty thousand dollars. pedition. speech" will .have the kingdom of Poland abolished FOUW1X i _
bear but
field which did not ,: are .
we (Iun
the M"rks
81. a
""", of that wish be in direct contraventionwith WEEN Tallahassee .
Congress and approved by ihe Proauthorising LEON COCNTI'Territory Florida,' ) told there were allusions in It calculated. to tile of Vienna. BUT one proving the property and paying for this :
treat/ .
t rations lo he) delivered February 16th 1836. ) bear on the political feelings of a large portion '* A grand European Commercial Congress, on advertisement, can uave'the same. :

D.D the public stores to the unibrlunate Dear Friend.-Our acquaintance being very limited of the companies. If so, it was cciUinly. ill. the Authority of the Augsbarg.Gazette, is to be Feb. 5. 1836. 23-lw :
1 I know how to commence writing to
"fletcrsMho have been driven from iheirws on,thi hardly sui-jectof our great war in Floida-Btn you behaving timed und moat improper when all feelingsof convened in Germany, on the proposal of Prussia 4. '.

ly Indian depredations until you are a friend to truth, I will give you a that jjaturewcM forgQfnyaU'is-t. and the U. States. F
*c-utaulfchtd they can small ketch oi the proceedings at the Withlaeoochec is also rmlsedi that ff' address i*"published Mendizabal hts.expressed: through the Spanish
in their posse-siyns: nnd In ihe lirai place, I discover the Washington paper will Ambassador at Paris to the Duke of Brogde,
I;n bledto procure provisions for the su>te- has borne pieces in them, that are erroneous. The that part appear.10 .o'clock" all the the gratitude of his-country for the services ren

ulICe oflhcmselvts Geutieuian does not sign his name to these publications On sunday morning at dered.by France:to Spain. c. .
} and families." he wishes to make uis side of the question good boats were ready for depaiture.. An immense It is rumoured that England and France have I

before hit honest planter have time after their return Concourse of tOLtcitt in order on' their I will .1 -
; FLpWDA.-Our to get thingS plantations. scene was one ol affecting of Poland must be maintained Lord
exchange andiheparttng integrity .
lea re tub subject and commence,the.history of the expedition Jiuclionccr 8 Commission Merchant.
from The Valim.teers mission i is said to be far frompacific,
.South Carolina, Georgia, Ala- on \Viiblacoochce; on the last day olDec. and imposing interest. Durnham's SALE DAYS Mondays Saturdays.Talb'nssc t
I ana Loairtnna 18J5 1 thinkit: was, we received early in the were addressed for a few moments (rumthewhi'rfby and bis object to procure on the part of KUSMUthe I
are filled with accounts of the Turkish of Uiikiar !; r. October 24, 1835 ll-tf_
aboui renunciation treaty _
the morning on the bank of that teaauful liver Gen. R. A. Benll, i inn strain biild -
departure of troops for Florida. The one mile and'a httlffrom the Indian Town, the regulars : his Skelessi. A \cal Carriage Jor IS ale. :

i cr, on their way, and already nt the commenced crossing the river in a boat' that deep and, :hrilling urpassingevon, happiesj' By news from Syria the mountaineers of' that THli.undersigned will sell 0
scene would only cairy tromUioS men at once. Abooi efforts,'and which would, vie with_tho cherished country are flying before the army of Ibrahim real fashionable.and t se-

rUtm ca0ot be less than five theunnd. aC 1 2 or I u'ciock, Hie regulars had all got over, and. reli.tbat carry down the names of other orators Pacha. 'I very ful carriage, with harness all 1.

should think amply sufficient to some few ol the volunteers, when" the alarm wa given to after ages,. He wa. ,replied to in: H ma -- ne"l ly new,brass mounted,J Jio _
ac'be war to 'the Indians arc cumiug. Our sentinels were The Macon Mai. Cooper.
termination in a few neeks. not placed far Irot11'i1Ie'riveror; you owlheywol1ld feeling manner, by GiwI
'Marseilleshymn p tn'e first of March 1 shall sell the _easy,_Feb... 6 1636., 'R.4.HACK14..
have'.seen the enemy and fired before, usso .ai'tc Volunif rB; 'odtbe h. ..pfeyed.the Tuesday, day
apprise tht army of the near'. pp'roaeh'or'{he. Indians i.:: ami We/other: 'pieces,, ajul iba boats ON, at T>uld.ron, the premises, and without, roe '(;%I AI. P:UUY ALe who has returned and to R.Flori C. A L-;, '
} Dcr .I.sulNcToN.Jan. 26 1836. whieh wou'd' have given ustime, to.have iottca. / i$nre, a14{the Real and Personal .Property belonging Y. to settle permanenUy, of .
lr'-\Vilh a \'ICW to more ample in readiness, to meet them in proper order.'.' Hq.': proceeded doVn the reepIvreghtedwizhI jo tbe Estate of Ib3 late M..G. W tkuff to,w u' 11 or LU'A', have'associated themselves.' the practice _____
vIon.fot. a v'Srt>"8 prosecution of the ever i received my orders to taK; charge of so"9Q I iald beart*end Itro1( 1TI1' tttitt.l ihb 1100acres of first'ral lajt 40 JNegrucvG .hbtecs, the L 4\ 'i'hf.y will keep an office'at Tallahassee I.nd _
guard tbe hones''and' baggage* that, im1foeed. 'l1ie bitrii'uJIIO 10 MUieSCLLI* Sheep,Hog, Household and KitchTenM St. Justp1iLndiil1 practice in thaSuperiorcouruiuthe
: t he ndians or 40 men to ) .,
'ru. bill coUntl"i Jockson ndFiankliirandJn
a this : Pl I
was day, LconJeffcrsonGad,
the of the .
rrYer. :
Iy other site Alter waiting Fut.ie + I counucs
Jt.Y were on b .i.JI'. 513 .
Introduced 4Ur 1 .*4 ", -of Appeals.. They plc ge
es into the Hous1 of some 30 minutes ot more, prctLy"m1le'h'alarm.1 1nt3r ( OMoVknown on the day oTSale..xBv .' tlie'Court .
. ,. inaldog, nn nppropriutioo of littlcompany, giyiitg them "n to,ktbL : .. Iwe. ._ "? -*. intax.iXb Kzeoiors I. v\..A .- >. :. ,ijemselvwjosi Ye stria u1ten't.i' n to all w iness o'a..Med

.900 Wat object. All other business post, ud in-*ue oLa!*tta.ek ot'to i 'fire"a, gun[:UnIl I. '. ... 'll' ,1, t 1 11_, j' U.RACLiL.EY. ,Au3tsoneer.Ih.ukl6tk'cb.l83S. ... 'I. to their.waiagemcnt..-S*.. 4Jr'*,*". '11C."ALLW.WM. P.DUVAL..-
. ''CD each man could brraf iii*5jdt titoiinfe j rod. TIM i :S3 wUo'eteckprcuJtly.:
I..tlU1OtWjthot&telj.l tieiaed. xd.wj1 a.. I a: !.fighting dnnn this liinft w***Mv, 4Uyai4 .j. 'reile.ef' Isls itc. J1J1_. February f3t ,.$ 27tt0

a precedent a bill was s, my curiosty indnepj me to go cm i gnU htf '. .

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:t. Dlt.\.P}:it A N O TAii.OK,. ..- -.- ".P"'J'"10>'.1'J,1 I\\L" : .\ 'I'AZL o'Rrj:.., JOHN' H... E4LE d.& LL EI1JJhV.Sweat pir )ria 1'in cl m W 1. .

T..1LWIl..iSSEE, FLA: '.. ." ..... ,4' : u.nu ol L*w, Manlicell, Florida. sent them duly authentic d'cea ;
a *ted r.
W.xtdutrJCvrthoff.Tewle,Jtudtr. inMonnt *(.., id the Court ol appeals and tbe bed by Liw wilJain ..
1 : t' ..L 1t A\ oraciice ; to the subscri ier I
: :i woulJ icjK-cifully inform* liiends and ih ,.- WILL: Ccurts of the middle District of co unty. Wm.B.MeCallIT or bia

t' : t: M public, thai! I hchasjuslicluraeUlVoiiithcNoiilvitu I Ir' .,'_OULD rwpeetnilly.infonn hb frierd*and for- F Florida. 14ov. :S I5. ''titt red Those indebted to 119"\they 'will 1*... I $ t)

,#S a new and splendid assorimenl of GUUDS. u I a I 1 i,_ met c1mOlDen thai he.baaJ lreiar d from make immediate estate ." F

... !I'I"'III"i v Fcdin'rttful fur tile 1 bual share ol paroia HC1,}cffc, with a new"end' eptowid aMorunent lorU'Jl'U8. : NEW GOODS eL. 6 I Iu3.: payment. JNO. el"e

% ..." ?(ierciofore- extended to Imn, he hopes by s I U'I I I Merchant JIK& Tailor whidi he U ;.n"opc.i at the old and well 268, J 11, JTwt
> .umd.i.lK.ll. tJ.MrBULL receoUy occunud It S. MILLER just received a CJinplele St.c EXECUTOHS' n
of the .
j kir.wu ,
,': III, to I merit a continuance -anc.I NOTICE .
by the late 1L A. Pieaoti,) and to Which} he inliu 0 TAl-LE & ANCY &&GZ?&, which h- peisoiw havaig claimsauiheiiticaied d
l .flare mid prntral anorlmtnl cniui / Q De.I Ui.. who wish 10. -'lrcI. cheap for Cash, ,lo will Beil low lor Coaii, CoitiHi in ujp.u.e.a ciedu. ALL ftKainn .. ffto i
Guuldmg .II
: :: ; ,he.LIO' *t&i : i'ALLAHASSCE l'W YLUKIUA. ( October i'- l' -U' CIPHd. are .
; Q 3 sjisitiig 'I 4 cull .ml .1.Iflhine. hU ILI3Utlmentfbleh COMIUI m Tallahassee "l&t. kilt them duly rq n<
: e .: -, biaik! med bottle d", andnKcii of the folio ing vit.Boe wuj,;,, II tic
I gieen, invisible 1 I'at G. H. & T. E. LINOKNBKUGEU me Bribed by Iawortlwy will be forever
11$ tti! < citd: .i. L'n.do.i und' Liohlc-n Drown, .f %\, Black, Brown, Oli%e. Grern, Dahlia, Mulbe Balii and indebted to the estate are U
:; rcc ichr. Chase I rum .ore, daily equested .
iviug t.o
'f per ri<
A.ta'alc lul vHtrni.cJiurplc. mQ
0 1 nmlbciiy% n'IICf.1eJiolcr: I\I ry and l\4ixed BlnL ute payment ItEt1fjtN
oilier vessels general assortment 011
U 4 t. Diab ami \.uw\ IVu-rslum, lor o\cr coals, Mixed,.4 Lra" 0. expecting by a ELI MANrtl O- dc
I. ZAHg.lll
GUODS.coiiiiStiugof Groceiies, 'Jiy Goods fences, GOU it
.l CASS1MEUS. Black, Lavender, and Mcei-un& tft/CaA/A, d .'- Crockery Ware, Hardware, Farming Utensils, 4rc. Jan. 16th, 136. 23'p'd. .

: eoretC'f1 1, Uagnal, buckskin, c.acked% and piir.lcd. ol n'new and superb Article, never before offcred.n tu &c. All of which they ofler for sale low lor Cash or
: Market, VES11xu2 of description. consisting
f4 J he n-fll si "nnr". every ADAJIMSTRArORijfNOTlcf'SIX
bi -GUA': IL\ lIt CA.MBLLTS 1 of various colors i of Black and BlueCloth superior Buck Silk Velvet country Nov. 7tb.l produce.J5. 13.tr ) ) after date, shall prtlenL

,. '1 far Cloak < and Wrapl'01'- Fancy Figured do., splendid patterns Quilted i vouchers 'for a fin'ilivhu atLlJeuatlll 1.11\I'

'i ,' ': I'lNGS. Silk, do., Merino, Valencia, Challice Marseille Silk, NOTICE.THE : Honorable! the Cuuni!' COUrt or i. aPp/J"
a new style' of English Fancy Silk, do. Tor R di.cli.irjre from the !
4 : :
? !e-ili.i I'n-libli iilk finred silkTclVCl I
: : fuurol UNDERSIGNED the AImillist"lOrsbipor
4t ;' I having purchased entire .
"' : <:3..I lh I Vclu, fi;nutl ittiil I paiittcd Cha'cs.' iiren
: Jutfi..'",.1'bi" ;,:,II li-r'iied .\Alaisaill, BuKide: Uinltns I 1. I'ounu the Height clusi undei indispensable.coal. II E A D Y.ilADE CLOTHING.t tile establishment conducted under the firm of Bet- I September 1835.HLA'K1'- F. SUUIO S.ji.

,i '* 1 11-4111.. Weltmss, 4'f. ButrCasannirs, Stmkiiici. 2. Do. on & Emory in this place, iiotihes his friends and 4-6m '.

S .:\I'''-!-!y n.i ;pza IIli.I : s, checked, st lii s ij't| II l t\lll.)I 1'lam : From ha-k-sinm\\ aisl.U. knuckle Among which are the following Article, viz- customers that be is now receiving a general usorfleilt .- KOUA.' D'S TO.ST1U l\lII '
elbow nud
to joint.
I'lnitKiC! .- 'tfi., .t diflcicnl i eolouis,8'01'kN HI fe.i Blue flack Brown Olive Green Dahlia, Violet,
1. I .1 j .1 K I Kfinnd I iIiihl'erv Goods se.ected by hiinsell with c. ie in Boston -
f" '.. au 1 It tc jj'I 't.tI. Ltnen :"1" ,:,.tton i I\I"r.s, bojxiniJ.au% .I I col I I't G Round thy the! thi;h. .' Gren and Mixed! Drew if Frock Cal- New YorK and Ba.tiraoie, anti otters the same AND

.) bIll, (um 1 h'aMic: ScQp-ItIttIS. IIl1enlld I'U:kkmG1 knee tee mixed Over Coals, Gcmun Cand'l.i Baa C.all, at educed pri.es at r..tan, at .he stand iKCUuud by 3nli-C'otlite Pills.
U4:-,'r'elin"\IIlJ: -t'.k:I llms, hal'd.:.. lambs *.. III.! '!". ;1. "5-nMii tie :alh.-i :-iia to the ancle.I'y I lined with merino and silk, quilted llnonj.hout, c IICH th-lae ninn. ALSO- ti N rouse qui ncc i f llc nuii.cruuj u te

:, : I jilan-! .*nl plaia: >i.kCiav.vts, Iiirv Man Ikcuhn f- .-i l the!: aliuxr &cilc of measurement gentlemen nt ntlisianrc nlhll"lpt'ro ,.ide. Suptum' Bin and Hlcl'k,11. Expected daily per brig Harmon}," dilct from Ja. &puit>i*3 imilalioiiik of tto"aIit1'* 'I pta to ptlua
) if.a\l be enabled! !. f.rwanl their meusiocs, cine$ on ihe public-ke bus
q I-KIV. tUviljiti; ,fl, ;'cil Uia\\eis".oil; thins, :l.UdIf .. Cloaks for Gentlemen. Bl.u-.k: Brown and 01m:: Liveipoo!, on consignment, detral4indi ,
,', and cUion Haimcl d.>, wl\d.: v Ij;! v mrct 'b i.1t pr-impl all'-fltiUfl. Grven, d-., for Ladies' Blue, lil n-k, and Drib! Cl"th( j I 30ji>n hammered IKON sales exclusuely to agent i in Uiuereui Ptrx.ee'
<" K.1 11ALEY M-uuld respectfully) inform his custoineis fiom \ hum atone
;:. UEADY MADE CLOTHING. aid: Cassimcie Pant Black .Viixe.l, Lavomler and ;20 Cra.es Eaitijern WARE] country tie geiiKiu 4TfltlQ
c.i1 an.I arid :he Pu! ic geiier.-l y, t..at he ia couunu Curded Bu:vcsin: do., Blue. I31iekartl| s>..I I mixed :.H. ISO COTTO>-BAGGING had, tind lo guard ihc more cllcctuaily j.pit. 1111I&-
*n Ihcss) and i funk :"ats, Panialo.n.Jiuicl: l ig tlu'Tailuii'g BU:lje.s in ail:! its -ranches as I l p ece ..'. '
i.111. 01 unauthoiiscdciiOtri
tinclt ttft d, Uound Jnrkels. VESTS II! ail! JcMiiflinns 10M ai k$ Liverpool S ..' I : ; he h.a.
d.\il silk ? ground ..
xeheleUnl \ ,
si iloth :
: a, ba.lII. : Co.
011.our; to e late t of U A. PU-IM.II at
1 }:. -.-.nut fis-uicd tiuus.till.ji vests. G u\ts hair t1'I his oM all we I J.ut.wntnllc.l.iin Jefferson" stree, 1 ) Ci-jc and Black e"th.; Bhch "ilk ;m. F...-, I IrelvelclfnU I which he oilers at wn hale to M Kham, at ur near J.jiis a i.n.5in; IJusi-.i!, rsew Yorn, .1'b..dtlph!
. i1 on Ualinnoic t lo make salts It4
nu totiny
; ;: (;III.l1\s .tnd 1\\.aI'P'rs-IIIa.il: I Itu'!,Ur u\cr coats, opposite i Iht. t--re of.Mr. when heiare eiva \ Patterns < Figures; Quiiu nk, iIacK iNetv Yoik prices 1J.tr ""tlh4
Dorsey, S'aiitr Eik.lihilk Bull" ChailKv jti.c 111 tlcmcs lu be tIi rrt:1 :. ."
dl' ; Cot.on "
; FKI.-U I I" ats Wi ip| ers a,'.I I e;,.ns. in fres-li 1 Iy (fC ; sinpol, Vei&L purchased as u>ual.TUitBUT. In :
4':: Also, a !full nit'ply of Silk and FurreJ sup J cia, ,ileruM and all this mcnit approved PH1 L R. B 'l 'i ON. Ln.! qihii.iuii. ul a IK run ou aruelt IIl1lbi.-,.
Wlli" .. CiQQ>. to be found tinlatrsi Also Tallahassee Ihemui.. c Jlixiun have t>tu
are Oct 1 183i
.fo' li A I ,-CAPB, &c. among iinportaiion, _. 8- f munutacturtb1 i
; his elejbs wi-ii impoiti-d() tioin lin: \Vetl'% fl put "j! "iiS>isttij'){ I 1 a splendid assor.inent of FashionableuperUieCLOili a large assortment et*Fine Linen hliins \\ hlte& Ued cilia d. C'llLLtaCh & Co ollieu rkaiz4 .iV.

: I- 1'n-laiul i : and he \\.uramiluni i to I III; I qual' loan) ASIMERS, andVES INGS Plane! cJ(,tlo. IJrn\Yel's,8tncks, Gloves, Silk Handkerchiefs DYSPEPSIA I IVEK-UUAII'LAINr.-- ->tJCl/ /lr ate. The name'ul I J.1Cllon" U ltlUQli .

Ll'oll.hL to tins market, he will also warrant them I m I of great vaiieiy ol colours anil s yie. together with ,Black Silk Cravats,Giim Elastic Suspend I Professor vj J'Iqiu!.-gico Medicine .11"., hUll l. c bullies ol llu 'Ulh lIOI1. 'I he

: lie fr.i h, as iliey wn pmchIsl'tlll1l1ncdlaldy on ihe I I a etmplete ssotment of FANCY ARTICLES;, Silk, Cotton.and Worsted Hoeiery,Gena lenlen''ine who, for several year, has di:n-u-n ln. I n1ri r'rLI lc U'y be hud. ol the lolloniiig ptrsoiu,J&t1-

ivaI cfll.c pic Ict frlln Livl'l'p'$ 01, atutc OI.'st'Jl\l'nll' I) "ttalII -cks of the latest style, Cravat, Gloves, Super Beaver HATS Satin aYer do, Youth's Satin Beaver attention to the treatment c&rouicnr inveteral, diseases Inc wyIgnits in Ihis purl I I lorma mlj Ge "lit

.'_4.* 110t inji7red I by lyiny. on k iu d. lie has in his l'InpuvIIIIII deis, I linen Dress Fronts and Cohars Hosiery, do, Fur Seal Caps, U Umbrellas and every article has succeeded, by chemical analysis and synthesis i:. U. PCI killS, General Agent, I'nlltljajjCT

.t : \ iho best of oikmcnand 1m will make up I Pmiee Handkerchief", 4c. &c. which is needed for a Gentleman's outfit. in forming a conibinatimi fium several I pl'uX i. William Ivcrr fie Co., '1 hommvillv '

# "'rl. iiiihp) best manner: and alliae shorlist notl'e.-! Likewise a g neral assortment of Fashionable and J. B.B. would also notify thatduring the past Sum mate vegetable principles, to which hr has gun: tl i. J jinci C. Lccle-, Cluiin y, ,

t.: All ofdcis from ihc c
:4 >..\.. 211 I 18":.J.J. I IJtfAlM7IiJSTUAJXRJS REJDY-MJiDE CLOTH/JVC. articles, designed particular.y for this market, which; : proved l far more elHcienl lhan any remedy heteiofore '1 homas Alexander, llnkslimn,

I II Consisting of Over Coals Cloth and Goats Hair for cheapness and durability, arc not to be surpassed discovered in curing those distressing maladir ol I Darius illiams & (AJouticello

) NO'rI CEo ('amblet Cloaks: Dress andFrock Coats, Coatees: by any in this section of country ; and as the work has mind and hotly, which arc generally cnmpreaciide un Guiding: Sj-1 lIl"I'JUIie asouky. ,

i .... Pa aloons and Vests of almost every siyie ol been mad up under his own inspection, he can with der the sweeping terms DYSPEPSIA and LI>EK-CUM- Thc label oil E. B. Perkuu will bo
.Sixiiionilissnla'nliiie'uc tvit\! a ,ply loilie Jiulgeofilie goods and lash Also Linen and Cotton bhiits PLANTS-It is likewise almost on ai lhe Loulla
i : | ; on :SI some degree of confidence, recommend the same to an certain cure for en sold by the above agents.TallahaM.ee .

:. 1 CiMiiiiyCnuil "!' Leon Cuuniy l litr a di>-. Nett >h.rts-, Diawersc., &c. I those who wish to purchase a first rate article. He I largement of the SpttiN. July 7ih, 18.: 7. 48tf

;. : 1aII'l'. ; 1'nmi the ailniiniNir.iti fli' lue' estate ol l The Sut scriber having on band a large and well would merely add thai hi Cloths have been purchased Among tile symptoms of Dyspepsia Livcr-com- "

:. \\ in?: Hall ilec. laic of said couniy. laid in stock of Goods, will guaranlee to furnish immediately from the Importer, and are from the latest plaints, are flatulency sourness or burnin in thC stomach .NO ITt. _

I,: J. t. HALL, those who may please to favor him with their custim : arrivals. melancholy, irritability cJisa recnLIt. taste in tin THE subscriber re recU al y informs Ac public I

: ( wMi Jiny article in his line, on the lowest terms Tallahassee mouth ; great irregularity of appetite; which is he will have II c nv* I
U U ALL October 1835. 12-lf sometimes _i
m. 12.
.,i., .. lor ca.h or prompt payment, and humbly solicits, as voracious and at other limes gtcatly detinenl : Wj WL thoroughly re )aireu and nUet1up 10

: f Ailmr's. he hopes m merit, a generous share of palnona e. NOTICE. thirst, fetid breath, nausea, \ ucnkne of tIlt stomach I.:: t the leeepuon of those wno J re wiLling (to

\ ,_.1.,;.,, ._Talll1tH: :(, ISihScpi.lSSj. 6-if I ____ Tallahassee! Octoi'cr: 1st, 1835. 9-tl THE subscriber, respectfully informs the public, and eructations, palpitation, drongmesss, i r regularity h him by the tenth ol L ecemi r nexr. he pltq J'ltroD bn.

'.t' -- : i he subscriber keeps constantly in his en lAs he has taken the store immediately opposite of the bowels, pressure on the stomach after nun I Is >el: that every attention shall b -paid for theiccon-i
1'XECUTOlt'O': : (E,
J':' Q IX i.ionlhs.ifu-r d.iic! 1 linll accounts, pli-y ste-dy and first rate werkmen, he will guarantee Messrs. Hayward and Austin, where he has just I pain in the head, dizziness ur vertigo ; confusion ol incdauon: and e-onvcmence < f hb patron

}...' \'4 piescnt} in exectii> all orders at the shoilest notice, in the opened an extensive and choice assortment of seasonable mind, attended with the loss of memory, a gnuuinj A. '.J'I .
44 .tl .tldlel s 1 fOIO final settlement and apply toihc I mcst durable! and lashionrble sty.'e! R. HALSEY. I in the stomach when chilliness afltciion Tallahassee, Nov. 20th, 1335. ;-tf
goods, consisting of DRY GOODS empty ol
ll Ready
.. 'ni) J..d..c' !: f ( the County Com of Leon Co.1'itr :
;; a\li; liaise fi,01. the HvLtutoifclnji I of theo I LSL.3.i e Made Clothing, Hard Ware, Groceries, China, Glass : sight and hearing, pain and \ve-aKIK-SS in the I lack NOILE. -

',,' )" Jl.llwlC) CainiiU I, el< nl.FilANCIS. and Earthen Ware, Hats, and Caps, Bootsand Shoes: languor disturbed sleep, cold feel and hands, inmor 4LL persons arc heiebj forewarned fiom

.." HPPlilS, FxV.Storing Saddlii, and Bridles, Tin Ware Drugsc.. All of uneasiness in the thnml, cuugh, pain in the side ol trespass or walc upon the Lands wt.
which will be sold low for cash. brrasl, &.c. other Ird
/\ IIU!t ?2 .lilll II improvuHtnts on th : tract known atV bgi
The above maladies lead to organic afleclions
THOMAS HAYS. of till Purchase and
; : : ; I4artit1lai.y.from
. 4.. I:' ; & .SUipiiiii.u') ol' (Jottun. Tallahfti! 'r*> Nov. 28 1815. IC-if stomach, liver, and heart,terminating in Dri.syCyn.[ deslroyinp, or otherwise injuring rerm/tibg the timber, entunr on tit:
Mimplion, A jtoplexy,fctc.according lo the climate
hal hnd
rl'nlt jiuueniluitit.il. .411 1t STORAGE! STORAGE! STORAGE uultHs by special lea\ > Ironi the ptoprietorior
.'. I .: JI its, age, sex, and lemj erammi of the patient. their HOMAS
,! hipptn: C"lIcUI-they will aVi iidv.incncmtiti.i I LWRANTE addition to his ware-house Prepared by J. P. PETERS M. D.I agent. BALTZELL
It z-1; IN die Alilledgeville]I An-list 23 3tf Jztnt '
i Ioj ( ->u.l tu l'nir! c. re for bhi-uicni, tll nil i\ Inventor and sole proprietor.Testimonials. for the Proprie.x

"L .. iii.irl.it its t::11' niuti-d I SlAts I or els>o" J\rir ; an-l l \\i\\hi\ .: has recentlyertcied a sptcioii build I ADMlMbTKATOH'S 1 () -
!. I ]xnri 4 eai ciln,'r their Slun's ill 'I 1 nlLiha-sn- Si. fig 80 by 38 feel, for receiving cotton and Ofl S. .-Numerous-criiC'-atps mfcht! be nd NOTICE.
i ,; TIMOTHYI'A ItT\'. duced relative to the extraordinary rurs Q IX tnonti.s afn-r date I T.JH prcMin my ammrn
: _(kl. -ItI", 1.1&J:& ( '.) pcn'ormci K9
t. Marks. DeeemlKr87ililH.il.black I by iisintthesem Iii'iier ; but the lilIm jug&I ft. I lo satisfy the minds ol ihc the Jungc of the Cciinty Court of Ltoii fir
; TIt E .\ U it E Il': NOI1CJ.I j'j'I 4. *. STAGE TU JACK!>0 NV1LLK. most"bkepliraT, :: u discharge Ironi the adniinisiralion of the ,
From Dr. James Ewell, Author oj the Medical estate of"I
4 .., TR.C.' TU1tflW.' OF1-1Gt;, FULL --1 f 4 The public nre informed ion, or Family Pt.yiiclun. Compan \V 111011"b hLy \\ hif.liurj.t, u'ce scd.tAH .
:3f .4 1-ALI.AlAso.r" )I.1I'rllth IS' 4 supply' of Landreths' superior garden \H U'UITEHURST. '
: that it regular Line ol Stages "tW-JIH.F.diS Der.
I,: : Y nn nrt p-\s nilJlst. Nnveml, H2:>I. it is n.- I hcdJ and flower seeds just rcceivnl and warrenlec To tcAwfli it \I.h lJi: DI-P IJt h, I -:.a i:1 ill
B: | fresh by has been established I way coticirn.- This\ is to i-iriily, thai, J
j,'t.. \nlrd lliil..ll I : ) }Dmniirellleil! A"I'IItHIt'rs ; :.B. PERKINS.
opVralic n ol U..l'tlt:1's NOTICE.MX .
0. i rotJ betweeU
4't' l.ail I lie forwaidcd by ih .I Utle l ul! tin* I C' J IBIS sotf xllahassee Co'inty C.airt :5tomacM.CllI'plllic ill a nnmbi-r of : .AO.NTrla;
ilnsdile 1
; uLslil.al, ; han
leixviti-Tallaliaaacc ,
>n a vr.y
., t La:: all lo till Au-tijucirs Treasurer hjll of the' Tcrutory\ in "fFI..rid.lj each ; ui:"' ih''IL !1 l The City Hotel. ing and j arriving Jacksonville every Saturday Monday-morn from Dyspeptic and LI\cr-:1t:ctulloS, of lung' fct..idingr kh<. :idi.iiMilMtn-n acrountol th- Slate of Allen!present MrGndy [ -

It .t.i c. fin iiti the I 1st January nrtcrly; yar c'inmun-1 T SHALL, nfier the 22d in:lesumemy ownership whence travellers to the North will find ready conveyance wisfinscveralcasesoi'theenlartemenlsof I $ I thu. pltcn ; dec. u the County Gout. cf Leeii, and ip/y to
transmit tho TnaMiurltm.Ui and its affects .'
1 JL St. were truly a-sioniihing. 1 have be 1.c: : thi-re'.rora.: B.
this to
iJ\4' : n.uh, taken before Jitil ol properly to In continued as a Hotel under Augustinaby S-ges, and to Savannah iiu hcsitalion Jargctl WiJlTlKG.aiiflrt.
some :r, a copy; lIf! all huM'l conduct ; the Steamboat. Fare ihrc in declaring! il the most variable: St. .'.is.rks, iG, 1&35. 7-Cm
:1.-: sties. ciFiClcd! by him, with the amount and aL what'' i <: anJ management of Mr. Hamilton: by each wv $25 (K>. for those distressing ailments that has prc|>aianor. -t-pi.

.' .4 tune :\111 I jihcc, and for whom tile sune uas IDUL% -I j Hu.ls-'ii. THOMAS BROWN.I Jlln.25IR3\ !f'lSlq| JAS. M. HARRIS. I in mv Vnowledire. JAMES B\\'ELL ever come \\vith- L'KUL1ML..IiU !t
t : Jan.' IJ i; 1 Bi6.: SitT n
Now, all Auctioneers are required to lake notice .if I Wilkes -- -' By tIle Gottrnt r of Flsrida.
: County
NO riCE.I Jan.
;. said: 1 1:1\: ,', anSI conform to it, or suits ujimi their li 'nde I TAX COLLh'TOR'S: The u-dersignt-d can bear testimony 1834. r..OOl'. arc wanted! [and agreeably to thea*
SALE. to the ]
". ; inubo itsiitui J. Ju ew
:' without delay, in foiwanl, |imj'eily rerulinila I SHALL expose at salt on the first Monday in I fc? the Hon. Judge of the County Court for Leon in the cure Dyspepsia and Sloinachicx Lm et liepatcie the 1-eUI, six luimhtd are eclarcdto bereqi'itdforsix
;.; ; ,i-l approved, the Ujiids of Auctioneers in I heir pi.sscsu.n May next Fart, of ai thai House door, in thc town I County, for letters of Dismissory on the estate ol ,from personal experience. WAI. G. JOB: Complaints months, or until dischar* ed. Volunteers pre-!
tli duincy, valuable Tru'tc.f NEON.
: CMAKLES AUS'll.N, Forbts' Land, known I James Farmer deceased, Kile of said county. Dr. P's Mcdicinse Stonmcliicae fi tried ; and if they can be t btained,as earnestly its

.4 J3I tfj Trt':1: : lIrcr of I the' Tvinloiy of Florida. I a tt'"dy s Comfort PuHiaMlying Cane and Sweet on Watrr the waii-ra of the: I. G. SEARCY, > r. in parcels wi'" full directions 'for Hcpatia using.; are From put up hoped may be the case, tl ey will be placed under
Greeks and I Iwctn one .
"NOTICE. t. : the '. hikuta and Little Kivris to three parcels will be necessary to complete Com| any Offircrs of il eirc wn sing-Capt.I! :ins
; or as Tallahassee Jan. I IS 1836. 24 6m a cure ami Lieutenants of ill] be
mui-li III it with the The price i is $4 a parcel.A Compai ics, (of fifty Den) \ .
::1 SK motnhs nfier( ihile!; I will itiinn-vcments, is will be sufficient elective the and bet **
njiplv to ilc: Hot.oni: great quantity of the above by Companies effectively,
In the faxesdu' valuable
!Ji'c Judaic ul 1' the Ciii'iiijy Comi of Leon Cupjiiv I, satiety IIIHllhec1 County thereon' for the ytarri.lr.ieii NOTICE. will be kepi very preparations missioned ailer notice of an election reccired. lieioree

in he ili-cli.ititcil from Use adriuiii.JnirHin uf and duti and tl.nty-five, unpaid, with costs I < :X weeks after date "pt-lcaiion:; will be made to E.constantly 13. PE&KIl'J'.lIuhas on h.md by thus organised, will be uquired lo meet st Dot
iheJc !
{ csi; by ihr Assessor f--r said K.y the Hon. the Court e(,
lor the
., csI: or.);ill;icI JJrvan Jtccatl County of Gad den Who is authorised t's disp III .i&6Cncd place of rtndtztois, where a selection will
late i of sniil Cn. Couniy a* unlisted ; and ihe prnpctty (,1 I C.Ii" Mitch for Inters of udn.inUlration the on
'LK.VH I ellI'e.'er \1 estate of Joseph sale or retail, on as misunahh b.- made lor LILt higher gnu e of Officers to command
i.clu II Join
BUYAN Carnachan : urins
uJmr'I.x. : Thomas Vt rmil. Fields late of said deceased. us they CUll J bi
** I : jill.ihjse, :, JSili Sfjl.) I &3f. 6 if I > n-, David U Oj-dm, I). R. Ogdjn, Alary Jarvus county WILLIAM obtained ol the P"'I'flClt r. Also, by the Ucgimcnls.

i. I John T, Ban.en, Andrew S. Garr Frob. NORWOOD. Dial's. If OLMKS & U ILLUMS, Cambellton The required number apjiarinj, rcillte organised
Joseph M. White: 6rh 113\6.: 26 6w &
? :' ,, M-. in 10 Ilegimenis and be ed mider suitable tOC1t-
: : e) RU4 I and\ William, Chi istie. tJALsLfcT, Drug ust, Ai.palaehicola. pia :
Sale lake J 0:0. PKlEaTLEV nundj. 11, ln>ui.\tr, a grea ler inin.bcr, than is calkd
; tu place within Irgal hours. Terms 90-To the Ladies P 1-1'Itts.
} Cash. l-CK
I .
tiurgica for should
1ClllsC.! KOBKIIT The follow g me few among the appear, they will >c received.
I Tax Cii FORBES, White and wound Teeth, are both an ornament and a have been either eniircly cured many persons that hut if ihe number called fir: be forthcoming :,the
JI.jttel l llecior I or
4 t't'i'J: 1I Unt 4 j., Mfilicints iTCcu'fiJ iul: Ciieinir.ilK.:i lull ijiy| ; ol fie1i i, Or.t.13th, l8t5 II-t for Uadsden Cuunly. foond ble.in in,. The bat security for their advantage! to be within the last twelve months, by the greatly use of benefited Dr. Pe deficiency musi be supplied through requisiuon 'Liul

Pure the me of the ters' Mcdicina: Slomacliicac el Draft by Commanding Ofi'cers in their respective:

I 'O/T, .11.1 ); :.\IlSC.-ITf.f.t: I WI.VE, In Gadsden Superior Court, BRITISH JUVTISEPTIC DENTIFRICE. elate Georgia.Mrs. llepuu'oe within the Counties. It is earnestly hcped, tla this resorUMnot /

'. 'II fIIiUlesllJpllrft'tIpt.'wllv; ) flir ihi- usctil'tliei Henry Gee Co.up. | Abner Hicks, Wilkinson. I become ncccs&aiy, and t.at:) the quota ukeJitr.
: .-i<:X \\ Cg.ItI) ] k c.. J ; This elegant Tooth Powder, with Mrs. to mv.isioi. sion will r ap-
I IIO\\'c ell .s IiLlperrnr[ AMPUTA :| vs. I a very little use Capt. James Willis ,jo repel aid ure; promptly
S TlNG/rKKPHIMSfJ, OasTETRJCAL, EYE, DlSSECT- ; Lmlclnn II. Jones IIUenry I e eredicate the scurvy in the gnm*. and preveaU the ac Cot W m. P. Bund, do." pear to dele-lid time Cuuniry.

.: i.vc, :inJ POCKET IMSTUUMENTS, in c;a ri. W. l'e .blcs \ IN CIUNCERT.iubnel cumulation ofTaner, which not only blackens bnj Wayne W. Etlands, Esq. Lumens. Solilicrs\ho volunteer, oil at de so,underaneiptt-

I TO'Il:11 tVuptaml' I'IPES, Silver Lancet aId ( Sniilh and I IBenjamin i ooen. the- teeth and accelerate their decay. The Bryan Allen, Esq. do. I laiu-n that the duties requ re>l of them, are ngidly' U

-4 i.-; : las(-*, alIt I Nurse Tubes, &c. Ward, ]I Denlrtfice thus remove tne prevailiuf caaOM of offen Col.John W. Porter, Morgan. he performed. iNo deserti >n-no disobedience or

4 .\n :'. nrllJcnt uf' DUIED I HKllUS H.cbplllltlC:1I I.Ji. sive breath pretenrf the healthin.iw and floridness of r Sanford Chapman. Esq Jones. neglect of dhly cm or will lx tolerateif; sll who tarin
fnitu the I the gum. and renders the teeth Alexander Irvrn bat I. inns-t beat in mind have high and -
I: SIJlcrlIIh"lg: horn beautifully white. Lsq \\ tha they
: ajcLnnnn
i Oallll satisfactory evidence thai Hshingion
.. p 11.\:0.111', Mini, ) : C:|i III;'(, !; I'llzlllpCZtES 'ndaiits, Henry W. Peebles I Price 50 cents.To CoLGeo. G.Malhftvs, Gic< n. j'KM nun u uis tu discharge, ai d th 'samust be per(urn-

S '1'liyiue, Cdlfry' JI.'el.t lc. iMajorain, Savory 6 ;! Gabrit I r-Mhith anil Benjamin Ward, do noi reside in those afflicted with Corns. 'arrh- I 1st. 1815. :COt( u!. The vicious and the lJv:1 ;if any such pie rtDtfar-

LIML .Jciri: and LEMON i i I ii,is DJAiu'ci, hut reside in the stales of Alabami and I 1IC celebrated Albion Curn J Ht P.\R i IN. [I iheiTtselvi, cannot be permit .cd to degrade inc c!
Svnur. I, L'"il i.lIl1l : I; i i.sih--rcli-rcorr'erc'J that do t T Plaxtciail'urdimiKlanlrelief US 'receivd .h. Panbaii : 'rf.fjie arm j by practisii ,? excesses; or wduifj n
orrvery kind they appear[ ulld"at theeamt) time dumjlteaandraws d Revolutionary tale i and art ekt,
--Genuine I.iSICES rules
IKDIA li.rc- warranted ihe
Cunny. ; the Ju j 1m any csuie
of Sm.s >
go use Superior Ci irt for the Middle the Corn by author of Guy Rivers I y
hnirJifili! out by tbe root without and the Yemas- at
French the
lea. eat
iiid t PreiuiN SiMiis :nnl Per-i I JXsiiiCifU r'i''hJa, Ga\h-J.'u CUUlIl, (.Itung in Chan- CKUTIKICATIS.To :l pain. bee. .rhe characters and inrideias all ( e-t.tUlihicd bj the U, SLats, for ihegovcmiu
Jmneiy. fif.cied: aic drawn
Mrs with
Miller's cdt-braic.l si \ Otl "t I Ictoie tlu Corns on from real lile t t tic a.Iiiy.Cit.iiets.
Sjucrr. M.ivl; fi.-sidny tit'the next Term of their t feet, 1 Certify 1 have -Mar-cn, t umter Greei dc. willlJl. !
that ,
;Jj.ir.1; & N d cdl'lJrJCtIINJC ami INK POM-OCR"" : SIK; C-.i-ri, ami misurrlU iull filed by tIc C4 IiifKiiuam 1.Ja.krv'.th used the Albion Corn l recognised as ihe :ieadin? t haracteis. *i he i I of Regimenls agrci ably lo the reqw'ireJDC1lIJ'
IHUOIOMtTEMS ihi complete.ucr.l''H. Iktiore- Iud unedoiio ,..ai scene is : the act, will II lobe mad lot ,0Ius-
iIyiBOMETKKS in) I < case; OI'c.'n\"ltO tile in South Can Una to cuuscan "PPC
& same will box it during ihe
(: cuju.u. u? likvii pro completely cured" u CMTII whieh hn- liuulned me i ilor 'nodolih moM thrilling p.- leer*, etiid to regmsteraLt'bo ire dfitentanJ, "
E. D. I'KUKINS. .. b :many yenn' 1 makethis: public tin the benefit ie'.1uti.-i. .l's; l.ooIt$ hi be in he ( dii i d* lor\fud
_ I I. 1 ot ; ama it iMiil.cient nim.L do comet'iijiil.iri.y
aJlalla t IJIII nut
1':3 libiary er
_ c( IMII: o t' eiy one wh- akes :
4 J'u.v 91h, I84. [4ti3TOT1CE. thu",1D .ttd.I with that paiitfulcompUiut. f pride in the ..ehicve-! IUPlJlieJ by
then the be
AbM1MTIiA'i j i.enls ot cu gallant Mr .- at dcrtitiency must
OIiTaCE.. WAI.: .I1At ; a IIHQ which tried men's .
s"uIs. :rill. wade on ihose who ictuse 10 volulI eer.
E .l A T the nix April 'A viinol jU.CkaullUllIty Court f'lulhiul, L. I. Fe' !,. y.." WM. iLSON I I1 '1 he Li w uj\. lilt is now II. operation, lequ1"1' nc.
S\I'lsl'l'i1..rs f
4'1 'Ill l-tVHig: estab'hhcd' .1 CIGAR I inc iiiulcisigneil, Administrator of the wticx,60 cents box. MlDDLS L'WTRICT or 1'LOBIDA-Lr I )
,. %. eHulu ol ji fcUrlUIOK COURT. i ii ni''c U I an lhal ever b ldtcr shalt be uutaII,
<'i.I, % .ilhinl\\otiilc AMJF,XC K lILY in Ga.Uien County, Fi-i ii j it William nd \\onchci Spears lur, deceased, will pre.ciil his account J*. N MI. art> 'ffliiaione'tmless signed on the outside Jvhn S. Stiepar, )] In 'I re>pas> un he ease 1 flu t.>. u.tly di5chirc{ his )duir.; All who eflU:tibC

;1 l-iiinrsc\en&i\ !> ul'Q.uiiicy intend I o.taiT) mi the lw be selilemcnl with aid estate., and pray 7Hte
.litsii I < ty; they Mill fulfil inters tt the discharged therefrom. nri'ntfduitu success to Uie Ute Dr. U .T* CU .WAY.- tVilliam Caneil 4.OO) dama es. 10 piuciice; fidelity at'd: obedience i0thfic -if t)
.; to lesi untie*
41 ( fClj ih-.tivind : /my quantity 'fio.n fifty Li. 11111Ij. .t\J trinuIIJ, WILLIAM SPEARS, nd.n'r. Fer sale at his Countiiii Koocn. over :No. U9, Gout Ulirer&mpI.'fI- ).AitiVta6 it, .,p,ii Term, 183b I I" I:. Tliesc cunnol be dispensed with. 'It 00 11\
can be 'url sh't!: A lId \ flatur pctobcr 17, J835. street, ne r ConceVt flaIl \ I the.
llu-i.sclvcs tual their ihry II-tAp'l ; Boston and also' by his dingitndirtkename\Atachmtitf 8Ut( ). I! Mill bf -ndaiiger ihc! securi y ot the Ajrmyhi ,By
tff..nlcd: Clears cannot) be suij'asse.I if 1 LX w .eks date application; will be pmal appointment Lf >>r (No. 4) atLe, and .firm :if I s \\Illeh goiii, mutiny L tiLl desertion, and cf
: oH ,
f by any nude in Floiida, havini lirsi S made :to H fa.. Ganctl J e
fir. rale: > the Hon. the Court lor tIe of I PERKLNS..Dav8cuu. 4t.u.. obidu-nci: il oideis. arc such high and cafccs o
from Havana Leon
uoiKmni! and the Mor'h. and -oml l letters county for T.tl>h maft Admimstiuuon Feb..rp2d..9 if HE defendants that inc Governor penuat1cl
j >ri u- JOHN on the niaie Jlunwu Jatu -- I ,T and all o.hers interested uill (Coma andiic)

(;).-".l rrS4. IB35 I INtf' SMITH 4- CO. 01 I said county deceased. ASA MUNSON. 1t... ._t Ji .."I : dt.O,: ,k.g I take notice, of the.iasii.u; ion of aid suit and, self (and earm-sily hojn-s) ib.it the painful' JttljT

;j :Jun: 1 6th Ib36. _23 6w MALES.-They purify the Btoodvquicken its circal- the issuing of 's.jd ,attachment and to appear, and tic sp-ia-d him of causing any to be tried for pcb< a
: 'J Cheap Cash Store. JAHNlbTKATOK'S NOTICE."" bOil, assist the suspeMded 'pertttiiiits ofjintufe, and are plead io the declaration filed in ihe said else accor fciidicr-liKc cemcunor. Impr prieiiesofUi** eJ"id;
a general the \ I ding.to the statute in such ten, with deep i ercthiavl1eicLofurcbCe11nth
i\ -
I months after remedy'tor prevailiii compkiintsamong case. made and .
,, FpHfc "subsrubrrolKis l fir sallow for CASH on'{, I SIX: : and Vouchct dale,for 1 ohall present my Ac. the female part'af.oci.t'y.--l'h. PilU arepnrticalariy' I.Jauu'JY 13'1836. gttf: -vPLATEPRJNTSBluet but ihe entertained lJfoic! WaI, that they'llioughtlcsnej r 'from'
variety tit' a
;: icw: FashiunaMc' and MaJ : fillaIIeLtI.anent ; and efficacious; ia thorGr, n .Sick'ness. : I >3, and Want oil.uouled:e of the
U anply to the Lit J'aljiitation of
i ;s stork ur Gnod n. the Ju.Jge of the the Brown and
having bci County Court of Dark Mixed .
n puirhaxd GaUsdcii Heart. Giddi tilwit I que.iccs. Clem IIcy has w ipc on the for IJrath,8inkinvftIue .
most ad\aiiuRcciu tC'I'I\'b' he is county, A discharge from the Aalminiitratoibhip f Spirits hirting W hitc COUOH and
cunhduii ihdt i Dejection and Disinclination and all arc redeemed. That t lose rnisdeuieanoncharges
t'! he ran ):\<: it tIc intcru. of the estate of ham d McCall tb'ExercueaiKJ Soeiety. half Hose, Curded Skirts [ pi'
it !.r phntnsnnd oilivis deceased. Married Oana'ourg, a large assort wl{ wiU I be t
i lo ladies will find the Pll.'f! eqoally;'%tawfalex' not arise again, a gfearaniee
4 rail.
giic; He WM. B. mentotaddlery London .
Jllln.n noitll pani.-ularly call ihcit.niioH 1cCALL, AdOt'r. ia JorLcr"lJotUct in tile and ihoserwn.aich .
Cider bravery iiuen of
cept Case of, good Jon
( It iho Ladiosf T IUha-BMj..iul February 2d, 1836. 86-dn, pregnancywhen they u& DOt be ta Charap;a., Old:L. P..Madeira: Wine. the ",ap
vidllil AMandria' the
i ken-neither to frontier 'mcel
.4 the :rc.1"nely 01 cJc- y lo IDU.I.tbellNt.ken: by p8IIOnl-ofh.ctic Senrs \11 boxesJ A,. R. UaJ81U1.Dfum's /to ; repel
i nut$ Rlld (.I hillllnLle .ucks NO i ICE.DURINU oreuasuiMtivehahits.. ]Price 1 50aborALSO. Walnuts half Figs. Barrel foes of thc COUll try.
; ) lil Hfct ill' "nhe beads) SId.kent l4a *
as I'Codish biLlie
'"II : ,
ill tile Bread Six months is limited
1'1llIll'l s, Wlal ceitb/nted the peiiod of service!
abioncu The
\".uhd do wxll to cmbracu this my from TaHahaMee; bu ; Cambrian Tooth Ache Cheese UosI.craBuuerL.unJfta pith
*..gihimsJves \\itlu\cgioChlhn.K: onj. ortunily of ull'ly-: occvnducUU bv Mr. Henry my W.d.. Pills, which i'.'imihedistu relibF: without the leant '.11 formal on liberal tcnf. by J1 ELi( Dud L(1 ; Cfanins law. But b lbtc tueexpiialien ot sixiy dap'* j

'. ., m extic-ncly tow ra'cs C. C.and Maple(j'.NHl*, .u ;;\Uciiian ill whom i 'iplicii confidence may be pla iBJory to th.. Tooth.e'Ud, trial this ,will be found one-of Jan. I6 lrlb36. '13If. LAN'uAN I prpper determination on the p irt of IhCT01012ton1tIeflcp waT.?
;tw U iLLIAAlfc.I I cid III I.. ,,UMJ best entertained, thai the camp1 p
? Dcrcmber 'thl 1835. 17vf ability MI a tirst rate woricm-tn,atuHnteg? retutdigj known ,for IbM::complaint. rri '" sU flcriDt
I flL ol character. ceats a box #or Sale e-jded and? j eaee and quiet res ored" 10 our
IV.;: n. I njhi 't to be ) TltObe-ol', my lriendpnd custom __, t' pr Kt nt.
distinctly und +T.\ Im
"J lnnd that I I cis who .1 .1 sr li on ikiv The Governor .. that "be yltC1l're j
mil ii"t y-H ( oadu have hitherto ]>ulroiii8ed iao ., Wyna ..onless I A. .Tj?lACn: l Land le c
oH.a rn-diml i i j months$ c| are awurod signed on C. t p4.triotism.awLe r.
\V county gyoJ
I iliai l ail orders will bo iper4 ; .1 'f e te of
.fauufuUy' e'xccuie".alld.'pui. g 4 ; the "Jre: 4 miuaciiktof I aluhas(
N lt ..roJlne'q.1" XI >LC at 440 SUO) the
O T 1 U K. I luul.y I aiiended Rt:1tmiue4 ; acres.. 'lerritujy, to suppressAlis| unprovoked
to. a1. _..to U. l ti t'r.t > t oi wh" THE "subscribers beg leave to inform the 'iiioi ". lao ari indebted s'iTVMii.y Iballinc IlicLory. and ,the re*oil ol the IndianTtfiba 'pttrri ,
pu'ulick the For
,, to subscriber art ietpicaiut .t.ia&Aaiir IJ utaigkoari cNu4. 1nc Ljind U4dbWiiiiij& 170 Dental
over "43uet ncrcv is"ULktWII ; ah and
J they arc at this lime well .cted to make imimdiaie' % dently app. : agre*ablt .o tbrreqawlle"law
: lechanl p'tO\ wiih piymml. lo Mr.'VVatfi| ,"rt nJU"l; utodjUff; : ; uifiMly umlcV:.fcijcu with that .ll IDJJ
f ks tu carry ">n the Cnbine-, Car.iagefa.' 1 v\hois l legally authorised iWt.it ;' t.J ( a Dwelling House send forth this fr cu motion,:
my apu
r4al VU buddings -
J c- ida" and Aeuil. t ";I I. > .utiacued._ 1 be inl'ormed. !,
Carpe-nters Bu .nebs, m ;ilf i.s various J I l' pJ Ji W J t .: *: '- j *-* -
J.: B. ; r Tlur
t4)E9 jj! "
branches : i bizd .e .
and would! be I ALSO1i i. j GjyEN'pnder". undcrin ,
; glad tu furnish 1'.1IILhi\6I1JeI" : ,
their -
c ces in any part of ihe rouirty.TiiOS S.TU- b.ht, ia'5. 26-3w l T lht., .p b"'lt't t8J5i'3IJf. :(1".ti.lt ; aiItf.1 I M' A i'ra'L'QD.t1j 8 Au 4"nfr combining i ahput430VwJUKiMHj : S. -, ha.ise'tbe J51i'lr; !1 '
., ; BLAi1 Obi l H.h..rf" ..'\iL' I .'I\cre41iiitIy1oi: t'first b.rnvcry level.. EAI01I,'
r D. WILSON & Co. $_ tll, Itu r :UiIuDMkhi .t .!. 1'1))a w.ll ( UMI 4''t'of ft '1.1:10': I .', JO .

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