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: April 2, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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", p griais, f Efl.lflfMfII 0fJ tAt ttUt upo" preJlIuesDuugts Lojn"LAISSEZ \ : A./1Lk POSTPONED.Isu .
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'S Ftb. 11th 1836 .- is.Hplt'i' of.hstllr'ances thc I Indian i ir.F' .,,.

frgJMZOL i fU4Jl.rnrnliuutd 1836 fr '! 'la $..1 i "Mi" t t'<\\ i I"rsal.crtt.t'rtlr: tl:'c ;.,
. I Returnable to .9pril -2i d! t'1 Fhiniiary ts! pus.jued until Tutsday the !nut :. ,

) 'G3 5aid 34.cue, all others inter- I Imt I I .my '.; April irxv! 4I

. pcf dan' in oflhc isSUing If saul writ NOUS FAIRE./ : whole tract of Land called Forbes* .rl1t'chlf'tIll.m.t.lI ,
1 BE estrd "I1Lkc notice 81llJ plcad0 the lec18rhU8Ch _- : .. I - : -- ; to iLl\udt T\\ ELVI; 1 1 tIN oi; 1.I ei

, l cnt aiid t( 81'PC41r the statute in such wmo Oi1'oI W.o 111':11' A\ Ii A< ''RK .:ultd; in Middle Florida. :
( SIlIU' 1 case, aCl-on\il\gto Waa.Q UAQtmm tpmalL 9:: 1l jc Oo :> 'yrt.t"'J.D > .1 i, -. ...ffherAIH the 'lov.n ot AITALACHICO..A,

- a\illll Ii Irdln de And prt'vide.J.t8stJII ----- --------------------- -- -- --" _-- .- I'; .c.-d l ,ilie adjucitn Ilaiu. .- in the GuJnh! Mexico, havmgiiu 1
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D. W 8 TCOTTjr Auys for.pl'tff J. B. i, 't II \.,.cd in ti.f i.i..i& t luLl s as trustets. Ly :
slLLAv.I; NEW STORE TOHAll .. .. ;
S. nor .loll.j& .111 U.t! : i ,t i.f .i :< pr'prlt tors. .

I r C C.J. 11th H:h .___ ., tfDoltc DRAPER & TAILOR, PROVISION AND GROCERY. IN addition to his ware-house the i I :'.Jti.-v: :.- ht.toj lo".llt> that on Tuesday,. the 23'tday
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T. FlosVci iTbCFEiuuR CJCRT 6l. l THE subscribers have united themselves untar the has reccntlycreclid a :;: .cu.i's :nmu I I ?.| I I'cl/nuiy >.vt.t, I o'clock in the lren'l....

i l.C ) -summons 1.1. I-OIH.'endnm in f J 3 of Peachy & Maner, for thc purpose )f establishing ng 80 by 28 feet, for rccel% 1:coito .,. .1 .,.!-. II i e 'nirlr.r: "t' the Apa'.aclcola: Land Corr.taiijniilixi. '

JjliJ.'at tehl' k 't S)1Ihecl C upon prcmi5 FLOKIAA) in the town of St. Marks, a Grocer and TIMOTH\! A !:H V. 1 I l..c to a.-It at, iiblitauction in the 1)\, .

ItI. \ t'I Trct'p : 'OO.I OULD respectfully inform his friends and former Provision Store. Their buildings being !ar ( and St. Marks, December 27 tWM. :H. .'. A.; .< ..ltl..I, iht: liiidmg: : Lots in the sal d tw-.

I. J9hii5., >I bCS-P.tlIIJgl''o issut'C1 Jan. 21st 1 I IKJ6.to Y ctistoners that he has just returned from commodious, ihey likewise pn.posc attending o theRe u. I.'\... : s u :i cvtufitt'! plan thereof to be e.\hiliu
.itlaGhllltftt m
P. blJVAL. .
1n; who has I'to
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"e .-11" il term, 1tJu /r JVVte York, with a new and splendid assortment of eittng and Fvncarding Goods and Cotioi, to w : ,u .:- t.'. "f s.ti-. \
Rtlumablt .
settle himstlf ,
.I 11 I GUOUS, which he is now opening aMfce old and well which they pledge themselves to pay such atteitionas |1'1 iiiuinently. l' !I 'j !.t .H iu s ot sale will be one fourth cash; the csi-
24ULl.If. LL'N have associated th I
mselves jim the .
J all l mterMuUgof known stand til R.B. & J. D.BULL, (recently occupied will entitle them to a liberal share of paliaiage |; \; d' :. itt-t': l...I iet' aui.ual malatnitntsxx.th interest, tit.. I'
II and others : the Law. .
Th' office
1rt'ndant in :lIJsr, said w r.iJ by the late II.A. Pierson,) and to which he invites from the Merchants and Planters of the Territory and \ilkl'ep an at 'irilLtIi.i.sv e uu i %. (,. :1 U .- I j.xutnt: ale made, and securitiesfor It 1
: St.
J, rd *i|lUlkfVlcara.ldj.lfcadlo t of .thc | the declrarfatw those who wiai to purchase cheap for Cash, to neighboring counties of Georgia. Their goods \bill Joseph, \i practice in th Sllef"r c.urs.irthe : I,t 1113' 4Ut., I '? {;u.:ii;, acivium to the Deed of 'r'IIH.
csL counties and
1( 3iidiu", to the btatute in suchsJumpMt call and examine lis I assortment, which consists in be sold low for cash or produce. As they will eneavto Franklin andin ol LeonJetrcrsunGadsen, .. al.ct i fhe.lutes I ; auction, a tkar title in fee >:u. f .
r Appeals. Thty plcdgrhemselves
r.hdt1esl.IJ case VEsTCOiT part, of the following, ,'il.- keep on hand a constant supply choice andinferior pie ,
J J. 0. \ Jr. to give strict attention to iflISilCss c<.nfided
4 w nlJl d' lId j'ronJl" ".ttf .itt'y tor1i'tItCuRr. Blue, Black, Brovn, Olive, Green, Dahlia, Mulberry qualities of Giocenes and Provisions of "very to their W 11. P. DU VAL.K.C. i'1! v. 1 Jdi, Di". 13th. Is33. .

cue DJleJ .UI. :l'L 1.3G and Mixed IBS3IX5IL
. Blade it greatly to their interst call. Their store is flOW iLls.1t.'S DAVIS VTrubteis..I >
.-( AlonE.y .vl'JRIOll Mixed, Jf IJr.ib lj SStSSKS&S ic February .13th, 1836. 27tflOTICE : L I Ii'ie
. ad Black Lavcntcr l''. JOHN BLAIR PEACHY I : '-Ll-U.M.. VhIl'I C.
MuiPLE' allt'A summons. res- and hucimuiedfOCJAaK/.,, open. ) 1

, pirid' 6. J' ? pondcmlu.u, for SlUUO damages ,:"ew and superb Ariicle, never before offered in thlMaiket. WM. MANER.St. 1 rirertors; i't fit.! Apalachicolala Land Cor ipa-

. 1'8 \l'eturllallc tll sjrillg term lb 36. rESTIJ of every description consist Marks, Jan. 16th, 1336.. 23-tf SIX weeks after apply 10 to the Hon. mi"g; I lu tie aoo.\e ad\tnistment, out r at 1.01- J

. )DIll, f4"J' .Atlaelm IIIt'lt Ii'r $5ln.) in of Black and Bile Clo'.h superior Bluck Silk Velvet NOTICEIX the Judge of the County court of Leon fo vatt! alL, in such 'iu\Ii.I.it: <- may be \vattd, tttr.m t*

invested vvill take Fancy Figured do. Quilted county I oi L.wf! kr. '. -}'o be' Puichase," Ivii-.1,
1PlctVnl.m' imd ao others I splendid patterns, IX months after date we shall submit ouraccunts letters of Administration on the estate of Asa H. % 1u. i.
. V .of tlc, nusuuuon..f sad, suit and the IS*u- Silk, do., Alennn, Valencia, Challice, Marseilles Silk, and vouchers as executors on the estate ol Hardy Rhodes, late of said county deceased. Let 'I.1I il.(' lti\fs: Af-il-chiC'iiA! : and St. Marks, *i.'
,. '
"'"'I.' :, and loiuv'arand plead tn tile. a new style of English: Fancy Silk, do. Vickers l1cCl'asf' to the Honorable County ""Courtof DURANT CRAFT. I exirndtii'ui'htii "ix kiilc ii 1 ulUdiasate.- tlaUiur -

e-' ul5-1IOau.I.IHih'n fwu: 'lit *tl.d .\*c arc.irtliiig to the statute ALSO, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Leon county and apply for a discharge. \ Ffb. 27 Ife36 2'J Owfl is to be !:,ui.il :,111)t.f'ihc t tu.est cotton and stgtit.tttiids 4 i.;
_ic J:1m1hhI: I in I Ihc :1.u.t llnl et-untry; also tracts: ol id* : &
. .,. ult.lf' /1I1l JII'I'tdc',1.OZ:5 I R E A D Y- lADE CLOTHING. I J.VIClvERS. To Farmers and Uthers.I i l lHS
t l Ca? I T Atfy fur Plaintiff. tiiaVi p'n.u. l.u.us. :11 (. exieiia.ve iracuof live oak, .tn, I
J.l' :;ifj Amonjj which air the following Articles, v'z- Nuv.9th 1815. 156m I THE subscribe haxing taken that i piucha-> will exan.me tor tiiLmehet.., a par I.*u- \t

I"r A) IG 1-,6: : Blue, Bl.ick, Brown, Olive Green, Dahliamulet, I large brick store'in tIle upper part of the lar 'Ii.! !Ci IIit1.iu i itimcixa:.taiy. The title U> pur ;h.,. ''), i t
rmL linn COl'in or Ll-ON l'-NTV- Mnliieiry, Cue u ami Mixed Ire.\s $. Frock Ccats- NOTICE.rl'HE city for the express purpose of accom eis \\ III oc the: au.c ...N t .olill, town loU of.Al'al: ci..- .,

F.r.l no' /s.w, f ''i at'liuI.CiL tc'c i mixed Orrr Coats, Gel man Camhlet llux dais, subscriber respectful informs the juiblc trade, and intending LI, turn ciLat. J 'i

lined \\ illl IIHHIIU ano s>nli, quilled i throughout, ;. ncu he will have the lPIL4lSJl I3l239IrJt to the sale Groceries, and ('OUI. '1 he loxvni.f Ap.,..K .c>.la is situated at the m >utt '. ,j

. J'III.ii I'/.M S Jti .'ttUUSIt.yr ii.tcrc.ied, and m I snpi-ib j aiiiclc. S uperII' Binand Black Cloth 'W: thoroughly repaired and lilted up K>r invite those who wish to buy, oi ol tiic! nxei cl i Hit :1111. numt 'l. Gtoige's ;oint:, : I.

l '." o ii Illd.llIl11.1 ah; otlar |'K.rsons Attacnment has Clonks for Gentlemen. Black, Brown and Ohvi- the leception ot those who are willing to patH-mse tosel, a call, as they are determined to mine '_.i lilt h < f.vitxitro. Il i: tie ttapoiit the Kixni .::

\ ia' ? ..IH-V, that a. ntut of the Green, do, lor Ladies' Blue, Black, and Drub Cloth. him by ihe tenth ol Uecemb'-r next. He pledges himself on us good terms, ali give as high a cash pricefor CluiLihoocnic, 1 hut, LhijMld, Apal I hit OLI iir.a r
.: ' stated
; i ;, in the above case: lluytJan"'U They have just received and for sale towns ot Columbus ai.il Irxxmtoti, amiwltti ; i
. 'unty the declaration Corded BlIc sin do., Blue. Black, and steel mixed Sat. aud convenience of his patrons. ,
-ti.alcad\ to i 30 barrels Irish Potatoes, large distr.ct.s ot rich aid Itruli; pl-intauons h. j'
\11.1 UIC'I' :"rl IIl'ic.ar of thc Statute tinett do do Hound Jackets. VESTS ol all descriptions A. A. FISHER.
frm '
" f.l.o : saId east re.T11lg tll the. I Blue and Black Cloth, Black Silk and Fancy Tallahassee, Nov. SOtli, 1835. 15- tf 5 Tierces D ___ c Rice_ Get'rgia. Aiulinma. > aid Florida, 1 he exhorts ot- cc- '..', t

1I.S. ,I <.&;c II dJ, ;nc.1 prol idttt.JA.H Velvets ('fall Patterns 4' Figures, Quitted Silk, Black Qfi UOAC8 OOaj(, ton tiMu this jolt have been itgularly creasin fir h
::: A. DEllTBELOT, NOTICE. 20 Kegs Lard, the last three } <.ars, a id it is supposed will thise..-.. jj
Satin, Kn lith ilk do Buff Challice Valen-
In Attorney for H'UT. strljle ;,
10 do. Butler.
tll.S. t
cia, Merino, ami all the most approved patterns that A. LL persons arc leu-by forewarned from com- exceed oUOUU, lI
F.I. to h '::G. :i-:1n: are to be found among the latest importations. Also, milling trcspassor waste upon the Lands and New Orleans Sugar, Whiskey, Brandy, Cheese, 'L'\\d\l.to iifttcn steamboats already find constant
the F rbes' &c. 4-c. G. H. & T. E. BERG ER. employ ni ('11 Us xxalers, and few countries! hay : r.- V \ \
& Shlppillg' of Cotton. a large H&Slrtmlllt ef Fine Linen Shirts, White &. Red other improvements on tract known as Feb. LINDI: .. .
Sut'itt 27,1835. 29tf advancement ill anu oi -
FJlllel: Jo d'h lia\vcrs, turks, Gloves, Silk liandkei Purchase; and parnculaily from removing, cutting, ner jTosj ilCL:> agmbliuif
, Cl'U A'VrL'lUJlJfc 1 : '" liu'nd to Storing and chiefs,Black Silk Cravats,G urn Elastic Suspenders destroying, or othe/wise injuring the timber on the JNOT1CE. niece. ttiuu those buidtrmg oa the rivci* above li-tu- i .J.JtlOfll"ll.
will also advance ont ]
4 ,n"tXuM; : -ilu-y land unless leave from thc 'f
? Silk, Cotton and Worsted Hosiery, Gentlemen's Fine by special proprietors v
1 .'I' tu uJ"l'd i" t'!ljr care fur shipment to anytrlr Beaver 7/.J7'.S. SaTm Beaver do, Youth's Satin Bcavir their agent. THOMAS BALTZELL, THE I uudersigned has ap- Aj..il.icl.icola has been selllcd but a few years, ar u }.'
" I"lIlu',1, :: *> or, dH'wllcre'! H'1 u-li| John Parkhill! Iht-M' \\ In haxc hitheiloieiidtd then, lu\ rug tie- n.-
: August 28 :3lf the .
"c'l 1111.1' lill I'ur Seal Umbrellas and article for Projirittars.ADMINISTRATOR'S
Caps, ,
tILlel ihcir'i>i(rt-s ill allaia! >scc. or Si. every his Agent and Attorney in ler'oi; III liic lolli, JiaVe paid no ulttnlic-ii to its iriipr *
VJ I' H' .tbe. al L Oi-t.4ii.. PJ JI (sit)) which is needed lor a t'nllcman'SuUlfil.J. NOTICE. fact, to act for him durii.g ixi; n.u.;. further tuaii suited their individual cc.xek.ti ../

" :,IJ.. _. ..___,__--- --- B.B. \vould also notify that during the past Summer months after date I will present my acccunts his absence, while on the Seminole .,.v. bales of about tluity lots haxc ulnadxbev.u .

' 1'\1 -cuIi4.cT'JI's SALE.1HAiL he has been ex a ed in manufrciarins the above SIX vouchers for final settlement, and apply to \ expedition. He has placed in his hands his : n.uiJe lo ii.Uixiduuls residing at Aj'aJ. chllI..

&t 'lc oti thc tint Monday in articles, dr signed particular.y for this market, which tI e Jon. thc Judge of the County Court of Leon, fora Books, Notes,and Accounts, for settlement; and hopes Cist iijji.5 and New I orb, uho haxc iigitcd io'-rti.: -

I'r !1; Mai UI'o.c| the Co: ,iti House in and
this the work has
r \\l I mii i be immediately auopttu i uik- *
: U HI">' lx.cn madr up under his own inspection, he can with enable his to meet the demands him. will d 'uL.iiiiht .. -
is > I.V J'UK'.I.VH': ," IjiKgon I the waltrb' of the SARAH WHITEHURST. Attorney against such piimaiaiil mipioxen.euts as no ? >.
fu. C tlC' \nJ .s wet \ztr Creeks, and some degree of confidence, recommend the samo -lo Dec 19th, 1S35 196mStorage. His shops will be continued as heretofore, under thv : u os> healthy a piucc: ot residence as is I totw '" J.
; *
l llJ.v < "t"i'i' those who wish topmchasc a first rate article. He 5
of Mr. James West who he
I' A.ti.liumIcLL and Little' Kivcis superintendence hopes tOrt u uii in any CIty south of \'I..gi; a.
. Ifittecn: t fir ; uill be i juliicicniii ; or as would mc'-cly add that his Cloths have been purchased will be able to give general satisfaction. it.l"'l'l.1 t.': sound: ij capacious, and has secur : ran't

i, uci ,I:1! :'; {"l'I.IJt'III i -'its; .is :.mmediately, from the Importer, and are from the !- DAVID C. WILSON.Feb. chorai.i. in blue cia bottom, and is defended ol- > i. .
,. i iliuixon for the
i ia 1 1'.t iiu<
wtiJ ;in Cuuy > ytariitcn : -
) It'sl1'11 Vat s. i Thesubs&bcrlias i 13th, IS35. 23-6w snlcs li'um the boa. LL has two entrances-oiu. l>> ., .
: mmiu,ed .aid li.niy-Mvc, utljI.udlith co-IS! '
< : TalhhasMe October 12 1S35. lately finished a large thc ll' '' ..dmlttlll"cssels of ttUU hs vn. '
12tfMerchant .l .l.!, ions
div Assessor i"r i date I shall to the -
II ami cimijii! ', '1\ '''i_ iciuiuvi by iuuC.IHIKV ---- -- I SIX weeks alter apply County other
and commodious Cotton low the tl.
Hi let 1ll' the bar al x aier; by
: ulUniM' 'I' llcl l thtt pi"J'city ol Cull" \1 itch. B. Court of Madison counly for letters of administration -
:1o ,.J'ti'u v'i.C"1 .1,Juu. Can-athan, Tlioinasriiu..- JIIJILIS'EYI Shed which with his well knowr. \\arehmse, on the estate of J. B. Mays Deceased. "\\ I .t l'a.--," hav.ng'li to 13 feet allow watei, at.- ,.
t ; will enable him to house from the weather from SOU nnliii '.CsLISOi0 tons burlhen without any dit t.
6w R.i.MAYS.qAE g;
'11.I.l\hJ, ) 1) Otdin, U. U. U j;ljn', .Mary JCUMIS, March 1, 183u30 .
to 1000 bales. Those who may store their Cotton ----- -- 1'1"'Iy. V. -scis! drawing: 8 feet waleriiMially lotd t.u
jln, i D.irt-1 ii, AaliltLi.lI 1", Ju>cl'h1.. \\bite, .
Wiuun, ell rtS1t'. with him, are assured that every attention will be De- \',. ..a> xt.:, thulor l: i feet or 650 tons bur hem .!
snu its safe I' lliw balss of cotton ,% ithin 3 miles o. it \
I slouc-d towards keeping. r }.n:, ,
wit-liin :eai hours. Terms Cash.UUlihUT .
i bdU.U'Mita '"a-c I' *
,.,t | FOUUlib: St.Marks, Jan. 13 24tf E. W. DORSEY, j : i ; a.id liioae tf GUU lens take in their ca'got .. r'
Comm. Merchant. ,. miles in secure anchorage in h.. -
Storage 4. : ;.su a.ALtea ,
Tax Cv'-ector! furGadbdcn .
Couviiy.trj.miii __ *
I r. .,id. |
--(' ,- I le-!<5. .-ll-tij.- ---- ; Eor Sale or Rent. Lf.tttstm the! subject of the above lands to b< ai! : : .

II, (i'addeii.Supeiior Cjll't' & Tailor & TRACT t-i Land situated in Jefferson county, dt.a i'* l> omasv iialtztll, Peter Mitchel, .foi. ,i}

Gee, 'tnip. \ 6 1 i- 14 11111.- C.I1t ..t' I "llah.1..tc tll 4.J1t ncres. Quo t'.u.. .d..IUl', IJtnjainiii l'mn'lIllat the UtHcis .>

Henry vs. :.. Ii ". I" i .. 1. 1I lIll.Jk .11.41 I Iii, l'I.f'1. 1 It1'b .1,., .\ aL.tL.tCuL.i: Land (Jom]>ai'y at Tallahass c .
\ ; tll. I ... .. t-r ", t the : iNew \ oik lo Uin .-
t Ltli 11. J'iC' : J Jtifft' I 1'11'" '' P1 4 C L. at 'aA ;'" j 1)1..1 .1. .Wd.: : :' l.IJ\1& t>.i..fi.>c->t..T or H. cny o ,

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l.t ) A (III ;lie Ausci/iu Tn er .lU'UL .1E.J U.. II F' -11'-'wmtv.. Mo -1\' 1_ i' ';::!I. f lite ,t
I J I trart c.'tairiiug I! x Vkv! ... the oltlce ol u.e 'I ru-tees,or e .. ,. '

t. r -I" I h ".' :-.'a.-.eu.r\' i9r),.. I -. .'j. i 1 acres, lUH ttY '-! ill at uHhty) and uwJirf VU Y le\',-; !; Cu''jC'.Tn" : : ti.e J'l t'tr w. :1 l J't >.uiiU..iS.rcv : 1 .. .'.. .'. .'.;\\hiie.. Ll ii., ast.mIItoIi! l>. C. '
It j J'1! *'jKUi.9: t'li LL.Or .\(. !'' I >"itiisef.' : jT-rc-il I :o thr: pul 'f as i .
) SJd\jaloas, J I J. .i.y: A. j'.- iiii j 1 Km; urn i.is* BJ.J.!-.i.-c> -t'- I'l': .L.L\GLEy: ":* ":'d f rtair; r .r-ed* f'.r'hi"p -.hir..ate. .t's.'aes.a' ]j.. ( '..I.t-!UI: S. C., at inuoriictut Richard I I C.. '-

. Gtbr.e;; Sn.tui dIal; UC1'.1IiIIlIU \.mlt i, 4 ln* no. iLb.du in 11,1.in (..:,.J'. i >: :-A. J.e.. 1 1-; -''..'. ,....... :I ".:' .1.t.'A j .'.'. t I.tv .-;, !.lld baii-d the I <.kilt Oi"in .1t" ...... ... .-\ .
WJilJ1s.lIclOUL rv'IJc in till siati' ut Alabau.'i uii 1 t .1.t.J-C.o., : J"hIlP'\.iiliamsn.
l'Mn (
L<..:.. i> I a Hi tt.tutC; Ii.VFedII.L tht-y do appear I AUMlMSTiiAiUlL'sA i\J l1CE. I : l.tVhi. '.- rivelhni'of everle.rri'_ >H,>n. t. ', .'". l.lH". ,J.Dliilhham.\-Gu. eo 'e'

kflllcthc: JuJ (oi'tliC 8I1J'<1'101' Court for the Middle .- I L persons claiming lobe creditors, or u-irsor 2f 5 tre l..' :and. I r'Ic'.r.f I I tonjr !tai .tlu : .1 .. '. t. i .j. .11..ua" Ualt7.eH.Fei '.

I>iCrai.f Flu ldJ,(i dd Isd i-n County, (sitting in t blln- disltibutees i ol the estate ot the late Wi.haiu >d ;Sclnrru-or I I ;alt1ul:1' Tu'ii.,urs.lliosehard ;,.rrtrctarl I. 't -\;i" .OL' .Ct.t;7 l..u. :,-urc. .

crytonotre! Hie tirt.1 day) of the next Term of DIn. E C T ,ION S FOR MEARURMENT Christie, deceased, are notified to present ihei/ claims *'ned tumour-m women's tireass\7fiich'flea! I :.'"_ ', ,L..i'.i. l}.J, .. .1'' k. '

MidUurt wid ai.' cr thc bill filed by the Complainthii The Height indispensable. duly v1ificd amid authenticated to the subscriber according I limes i terminate m i in u'cera'fd eaurfis. I ...1.J ..1 J Jaiur It.iierarity, or

flLJh cabc, u.Uu\violhc same will! be taken pro I. Ilonnii till chtst under cuat. to law. 4th Felons or wn.it some jn.vple know by tif' naim I Ctuaits E. bl.cnn.xn. '

teLVaSD. 4I1et. 2. Do. Waist. WILLIAM B. NUTTALL, Adm'r. 0 Catarrhs of e\ cry il.'-crijition.; I, :'" f,: ). John h.i.traiHy. "

; I t9th, 13m 19-4m 3. From I ak-seam to elbow and knuckle joint. Tallahassee, Flo. Feb. 6lh, 1836. 278wN. 5th Rheumatic Pain-'of the joint*. i* Tiu hi .. .It!: or.rswiil publuli lilt above daifv .
--- -- -- 4. Uound tin.iln; :h.J B.-Such claims can be presented to the Administrator 6th Sprains and Bruges of every de now .\: D': ONK l ; llX'l VIlE, ,,.. : the II f t... .
6 J Round the knee i or toV in. P. Du\al, Lsq., or J. D. \Vs wnatever pait situate. t ...1.' ." .:. : z. u tuuir i>us to 0 Ice 4

SI1 5. From the inp-joint to tIle ancle. cult, jr. Esq., his Attorneys &nd Counsel at Talla- 7th Teltersof all kinds. In scomplnint.: the patient ;.,. :\ . ... .'.'. 4 1} iiitnt. !

..1I1ti Col'C }'ill$. Py the aboxe scale of measurement gentlemen at a ha:scc. in applying the Ointment must keep tile( JKU l;.._ t '..:', i .bJdphiaS.Gazet1e! :

IXfl.w| ..r.c, ,Y ii.e nuiiicroiis attempts to palm di.,ance may be enabled to forward their measures, out of water j r. ': .'. At:.vricatis C lurlc tl'lI Couri, .

1I1I1.lU..ill; Jf Itll\\ ammd's valuable Mtditnekuii J which will <-v< meet with pnimfa( attention. NOTICE. 8th Chilblains, or parts affected l"y fro-t.j:; ..\ .-..n.nUft.U.', :Nev Orleans Bee 1',

: lime .uLi1u--.hc I has C'-t. 1 Iii immtd to confide tin It. HALEY would respectfully inform his customers months after date, application will Le Made to It i ia also one of the beat icm>:.;i':> lor l.u't.s ... .1, '.. J .'-l.:.t.., Nashville Uauner. !

. Um tinusivtlv '.u .igt.; it- .. "llIcl cut pattsot tin- and the Pubic geneiul.y, that he is continun.g SIX honorable the Judge ol the County Court for [ Scalds. I It t eases the pain ami ..ltal' .-. t-I! l.n: c-.t ,,!.i .. t)oc. 3l.d!L 2\\ tdiiit ':

rt.u I .! At cait bo Business in all its branches, as time. 1 --.- -
; nli'iin uiiuiu clr.t gc.ttllu'tlrlldti the Tailoiing the ot Uadsden\ lor Ictttrsof DIHlli short .j
county on
ij 441:mid to uard (lie noi e t:1fe llIally against the I'm' o.Ul'C,'.-our to (I.e laie tutu of H. A. Pierson K. Co., at the estate of John P. Nealeslaie, tifGadsdfn wry rounly For I Inflamed Woman's Ureunts and (.i i .... ... NOTiCE.:1 -

lie has msliucnilti well known fctand on Jefierson street it is to II eihcmeci l 1.01"\, '- his sincere thanks to t.; "
|Moitsoi uiuuUion&td VLiiUers ; Ins old anii dec'd. W.I I D. HARRISON, A'hn'r. Swellings, superior any r' : ['. ? !. r reu.nii

A'tniitii B'uu, New YOIK, I'hil.delphia, and j opposite thbtufC of'lr. Dorsey, where he is receiving Uuincy, Janlst, 1836. 4"i 6rn the medical faculty It is much safei thai. m--u .r..s. :._ ;: .l..t uttd puutic in general, for. the libei .K.k l
Baitnnoit u.Jki ie/-c'i6iifa.iirf vtliers "/ of ___ of that material,) becuu itito.- he has u:cit :
ti nv aoJts to a fresh supply of any preparlion .. .d lit. !tm rccemd since
Ii .SouAor sale/ again. : &.1JW 'J\ SEEDSARDLN the liable to injury fiom expose to 'r inuauce of iheir \tro ,.J
) oftJst/ Muiciats i to Ic earned 8 W Ni IDJBt QQnM not lay patient .' .- .u I it :M-Ifiii con p

, La {t tjiaiuiti. M a penurious article in imitation of I ol a.splendid assortment of Fashionable IC LEOS from thc New England Seed cold. i: ,':;" .1" i.. !...: j'isi .Ltuir.ed trom Nexv YoiK, ulid; 1. i.t

tin genuine, H1 i X'.l.l'l. have been manufactured by Lu- Consisting CLO i lit ASIMEUS, and VES i INGS, -Jf Store. For sale by I Ii This Ointment has cured sores of many years' stand 'I u: l'iII. .ui( Somer.sclt uutcl from that 1 j>l icc. .. >

tusS.ComNUicK\ & Co. of Nv Y'ork, and seao the Superfine colours, and sivle, together with i 23 U_ GEO. LANMAN. inl. \here it is impossible or i lIprudent to heal the &uJfc fur The insteadof Row j of great vaiiety external sore, in co: scquencp. of the bone Incoming :iiliox-.in Aklicies, to wit- .
OC. name u(Rowland SMitmenl of FAr- Y AR 1CLES, ,. 4tjl;; L..t ; :: '
a complete of the i .
hid, is on ti e Ill/tlI"1) ,,1 the nnitulion. Thc fcinuineftKiemay Stocks of the latest style, Cravats, Gloves, Supen- cari-us or rotten, it will stop the progress he canes olfeusive I i I'i" :.... ,it >cK, green, drab, and aJelaid llroau .

tic hail of the IlIlIolIg persons, \\..iuaiegfjj ders Linen Pros Fronts and Cohai, Hosiery, DK APUK AND TAILOR, increase the quantity ol the discharge, remove I I l. .,.,,,, -: .

IIItly .' m tbs jarl of Fluiida and Georgia Handkerchiefs, "'C. kc. T.ILL.iIMsEE, FL.'l: rmell, and ease the pain.Whitlows i I } >iAn> U ...ti 4:itilid Cassimeres, of dificrcnt crlour". .
Pungee on an application .f
f- U. Pei killS, General Agent, Tallahassee, Likewise a g' ueral assortment of Fashionable and (Next door Jtwth of F. Towlt, eiceler, in ."tJonr.Jt it.) It cures the hours.Rheumatiama worst. Felons or :I a .o&*:: i.l ot'super baltincts.UUoece :
WI.IUID: Ktn ix.Co., ThonusVjUe! durable I of 48 I : oNej: ;loh.cl ey:, Linseys. and Fu.tiat.- ,* 4
would repectfully inform his friends and the which have stood so long as to I
Prii.is.Puiiittd ,
J/iriu> l Kccles, Uuincy, REJDY-MJDE CLOTHING.Consisting I HE medicine betaken in.wardly Liis1t, i t ui.ch, and Airerinm
that he has returned from theNorih to :
public, just disorder, requires I fsti t2
f\.rI b. .s 1\11 gc!, :1. .\.. I\'o, of Over Coals, Cloth and Goats Hair wiiuanew and splendid assortment of GOODS in systematic them entirely. But in most common I. [ .\1 n.s 1I &, Fancy bhawl Is, Ht\II.IhUduE .

1 'minus Alexander, I llitkfclnwn I Cloaks 3ress audFrock Coats, Coaiees., liberal to remove directed Super l'ltftts, Luitiuij; and Fancy tiiiks.
Camtici his line. Feeling grateful for the share .f patronage applying ibis Ointment externally as .
l>anu U liluius &CII.. :Monliccllo i of almost style ol cues by lies.Ready .
Pan.aloons and Tests, every heretofore extended to him, re: hopes by strict will give relief. And even in old people, willis
K Cotton blurts it made Clothing &.C.; Cotton Cagging.
GoiiJnip ls.f.m and
s. I ,
Micl-dSdulcy. goods and fashion Also LlPeu attention, to merit a continuance of the same.fltntral have been of longer standing, it will m.ase the I'oir'.. .4 '
The pains brown bleached plaid striped
tabtl of E. B. Pcrkuls w ill be on ull the bottles! ()UU paces ,
$1db7 .S elL : h Irl-, Drawers, o/C. c. assortment paID. biack castor, beavtr, drab, anc \\ .. 'j
ubovr of mQ4Deg
tilt ,cws. The ubt.criber having on kand a large and weli .q1arre mil To captains and masters of vessels this ointment hale Rope; ,

-TaU\llIlft, Jill*,' 7ll.., 1HIJ7. 4tfior1UE. laid in stock of Goods, will guarantee to furnish Q $i coiI.siiug! 01 tie IIU 1 1b: must be sea very valuable in winter on our coast it being Hats dozen Walebone! Donncts.5UU j
A few
those who may phase to favor huh with their custom Blue, black, mixed, green, bottle do, invisible and very certain in Its etFects on Chilblawa or parts nflecte-1 Ruwtt[ Jh--3.n fc'hoes.5Uy U

wi.h any arlU'1 in his line, on she lowest terms drake neck do. London and Golden Brown, Plumb, with frost itlikewise pres'es its qualities lu audi pair Lriu an bhoes.Gentlemi ':
SIX mcnths after dale implication will be made to for cash or prompt payment, and humbly solicits, as AdalaJe, mulberry, concealed violet, and vicu-rir.e mates pair n's ai d I i i.tiies A'v ulking Shoes.i5 I,

Hon. J IIJ c of the County Couit for Leon he hopes 10 merit, a gellt.rous share ol pamonage. purple. Drab and brown Petersham, for over coats. A largo mass of testimony proving the value of this! JNegio 1lI.1II1..t.t.1Hgt Rose IMai.kcts, &"-. 'IIi
C4bUhty fir lt-Utb I 01' Octot.er I 1st, 1835. 9.tlrrAs will be shewn to those who J pair
J i DiMiuskory" ihc: LUaie oiw" Tallah ls.ce. CASSI MEltS. most excellent medicine 'Cognac brandy Jamaica Rum, Hollan 1 GiL..
""acrdtcta "II, ale c)1 bald county.l.G.SKAUCV the subscriber keeps constantly in his em- information on application to JJi- Hers Old ,
j Corded, diagnal, checked and printed, of wish further Rectified NV hislcy, Wires, 1 (1S,and1?
I &L'tutors. pl .y steady and first rate ,ver men, he will guarantee' the richest colors. tons, or to any of his authorized agents. Cuba St. Domingo and Jamaica Collee.V 4 L
RICH AUI) SHEFFER. S all orders at the shoitest notice, in themcst med.cine sold by special appointment of nd 4
l.t.hass, to execute GOATS HAIR CAMBLETS of various colors, The above \ itli an asboriiiicnt ol Cutlery Crockery, i
Jan. I 18 1 1836. 24 Cm durable and tashionrble style. R. HALSEY. forCloaKsand. wrappere.VESTINGS... the patentee and warranted genuine. Hollow Ware, &c. {,

GiV-------- E. B. PERKINS. DRUGGIST. tedious to n enti ... 3;
NOTICE.THE other articles, too
.. I BEHG EH arc 27tf. With many
? Tallahassee January 1st will be sold low for UASU:: or i-t-
the business of cfhich
weiviug anxious to close silk figured silk Velvet All
per fcchr. chase fro lialtimorc and daily Subscribers Splendid English figured ,
Gtinn"g Ly other vtksils, general assortment of'CDUBMJ"S late firm ol Kerr and Sturges, offer at private cloth Velvet, figured and painted ChaJes, intended for DR. RELF'S AROMATIC PILLS FOR FE proved Credit. Country Merchants York call >e su( -

C t'fCroc its, "3i I'l Goods, Shoes, sale, the entire Stock ol Goods at Su Maiks, belong parties, plain and figured Marsailles, Brocade Quilt- MALES.-They purify the Blood, quicken its circula- plied at a advance will advance on the New and ship pnes.C. ttOI .
roc\ery Ware riar'wnr Utensils firm. fngs Weltings, 4-c. BuffCasameres, Slocki- assist the suspendedperations of nature, and area The subscriber ,
kt. Farming 4c. ing to said figured tion, S. C. He willparcl....
All of.lucji they otrc or sale low for Cash or P. KERR, Ex'r. ofWro. Kerr. neLL, expressly for parties, checked, striped and plain general remedy ior the prevailing j nnirilni lu among New York or Charleston, market

CIJflLry tlrod U't' DANL. D. STUUGES Adm'r ofR. Sturges.RL merino Casemeres, of d ifleren t colours, stocks of e.erv the female part ofsoeiety.-Tbe liIIs are particularly Cotton, and give the highest prices.DtTrAL. '
v, llt,1 3.. 13.tfNOTICE. Mark.} } ., Feb. 20th 1E36. 2&tf description, Linen and cotton shins, bosoms and col efficacious 10 the Green Sickness. Idlpitation of the ALEX. 4-tf

NOTICE. lais, Gum Elastic Suspenders, linen and buckskin Heart. Giddiness, Short Breath, Sinking oldie Spir. September 5, 1835. .

i merino and silk Hoes, halfdo. lambs wo.l do. and Disinclination to Lxerciseand Society -
the firm of Kerr <$- Gloves, its, Dejeci'ion NOTICE.
indebted late
T Executors of persons, to and plain silk Cravats, fancy Handkerchiefs of Married ladies will find the Pills! equally useful exc'epl .
itiubser'l r Iuwins qualified as ALL leqltested to make immediate pay- plaid UNDERSIGNED having purchased the r.
-es ate Nett Drawers and shirts ftmnel when they must not be taken THE
theJD.&twlllallC in of ,
Stephens the same dtscript'nn case pregnancy exci- .
lmclltofGodfrcy every the oN -
demands against Gideon
Mr. Emmy
dtCvaed And those having : of hectic interest
L' lute of Gads. en cout). do hereby notify{ all mlnt. authenticated w the subscriber and cotton fannel do, ; neither must they be taken by persons tire conducted under the firm ot 1 ,
i them di-ly establishment
50 boxy tile
'nl will present habits. Price $1 a
CLOTHING.Dress coQsumtive
theei VI"S chinas against the estate, to present within the time prescribed by law. READY MADE &. Emory In this place, uotihes his Ine.ids s.4
> Tooth
'\hout Cambrian
delay duly authenticated within the Ex'rcf'Vm. Kerr. and frock coats, Pantaloons, figurel and ALSO.-The celebrated that lie is now receding ageiieui i.j> \ .

CO tulitprelCrib oy law' or they will e barred of re- DAN'L.P. Kerr. I). STURGES. Adm'r of R. Sturges. olain silk velvet, veleutia, cot silk, satin, and plain Pills, which give immediate relef: without the least customers ment oiGoous, selected by hiinsell with case m L. 1

;.A.11 eJY: Marks Feb. 20 1836. 28tf and figured marsailbs vet. Goats hair Camblet injury ta the 'I eeth. On trial this will be found one of New York und Ba.iimoie, anu utters t ie sii. .
I St. ton
Price 50 ,
w persons indebted to the said estate, are request- Cloaks and Wrappers,-Indian Rubber over coats, the best remedies known for this complaint. at educed prke at rt tail, at the stand occupied *...

make immediate payment. NOTICE. Frock coats Wrappers and Leggins. cents a box, the lale fiirm. ALSO- .

M. C. l'EPHENS, ) Ex'rs persons having demands against Robert Also, a full supply of Silk and Fure None ia genuine unless signed on the outside prin- Expected daily per brig ""Harmony dir :ct hUh

S. U. :'ElJ EN S, ] ALL e" dcceaed, late of St. Marki, leon county HA'S-CA8 ted wrapper. by the sole proprieton, T. KIDDER- Liverpool, on consignment,

suinc It. M. STEPHENS. Ex'rx. will present them duly authenticated within the His cloths the Western part of immediate successor to the late Dr. W. T. Conway.For 30 tons hammered IRON

tL. 6th 1 B3G.: tt7.8w time required oy taw toDANIEL England, and he will warrant them to b eualt any sale at his Counting Room, over No. 90, Cour. 30 Crates Earthern WARE
D. STURGES Adm'r. he will also lobe and also by his -
brought to this market, street, near Concert Hall, special 180 COTTON BAGGING

: A11LI2T1A1OItS NOTICE. '.. M irks, Feb. 80, 1836. *88vyEDWAKD fresh, as they were purchased immediately the appointment, b) (No. &.) 1020 pieces sacks Liverpool ground SALT,

SIX monies after'date 1 shall present my Ac. HOUSTON, an ival of the pr cket from Liverpool l,andc onseuentlynot. E' B. PERKINS. which he offers at wholsale to Merchants at or r.tNew !.

Llil1to UIH5 and Voucliei* for a'final settlement ; and at Law. injured by lying on hand. He has in his employment Tallahassee, Feb. 22, 1835. 30tf 1Jlugrist. York prices.
the ll'n the .US| of the County Court of I Attorney Street : the best of workmenand he will .mOte 'up without the wri" Cotton purchased as usual. '
': 11&de county, for tit.discharge from[the ,,Adminastofl.up OFFICE Je&rson work in the best manner and at the shorten nitice.AH .- vvOb>erve that none ire TURBUTT BE1 TON .
of the I next door to. E. 0Perkin.: attendd to.Nov.1st.1l835 den .ifaatnreof T. KIDDER; on the outside prime
e4l4j t f McCall.decewed. the 8tf'I'
, 1 / Sliarrpd orders from country punctually Tallahassee, Oct 1, 1e5.; 1.
WM. .BtMcCALtAdm1r; Druggirt.. wrapper.
4r-1- .
: I
l. -nwy* 183G- /'6.Gni 4 1 Jan 30th 1836. ,256ma. 15tt

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.:: ', Relations,) must have been tI-- -- '--- -- "--- : : -. : -1PM cfdfcsbyMyn?, "ilu t tie refatjo ''*- ,
t- -- -- FIMRIDI4N '
---- -- at the time : *
t I the news alone *.
advancing to carr privy and It.il1
: now a large army can must decide." h
t,: .1'I E X .\S. mercenary intended to suppress diacus .
4. '. Tin* unanimous: declaration; of independence) ) on against us a war of cdcrmlOlttlon.It I The isolurton was !AthtLAtUz3 LONDON, Feb. 12.-Until '
; :
., t.. ..ir., made; 1 bv the I people' I ot I Texas in jjrjier.il I con- has, through its emissaries tomahawk, incited and scalping the- I Mr io.Mason said, he regretted very mucbthat SATURDAY. APKIL 2. ol Market buflinesa. but very little was done infbt.e, :40t1

i :: ventio( t\IIlI': I ;at llw 1 town of 'Va>hinglon,, mncilcss savage: with the I from Tennessee should -- ; shortly )rior to the t lIIrJ iscII
gentleman erlll'aati-
(.(= .J fill the 2d day; of Match: 183G. knife, to massacre the iuhabitanss. of'our I ipdiretly ic impute an intention to him, whichhe I FROM THE SEAT 01'V A.R.-To the politeness some animation wai displayed' an4 L 'L thpc'
1 fenceless frontier. price 81 1.4 3.8 for iho
' I : When a h-is: ceased to protect far as hews -\ccnunt.
had heretofore, so !
t It hath the whole time of omconnexion (Ir. M.) Gen. Brown, we are indebtedfor Bills have I
been Adjutant
tier he
during advanced
p _.;.; she I lives i hiieitv. and piojierty of t the people,, ed most positively disclaimed.In to'day the
... with it, 'he comtcmplible) sport and em cern of a letter from Gen. Scott have closed at 18 to 28. Indiialso prej 10jd
derived I the perusal
1 :.. /hull uiioui: i its t I le'Mlimule I I powers are t that resolution, Mr. M. hud no intentio Bo
f" offring
t, .:;: jwt.1 ioi I thi,* auivaiiepnieiit;i ; of t whose happiness vii'tun of succe-sive military revolutions; and to trammel the House, or to preclude and one from Col Gadsden, dated Fort Drane I firmer,3 to 5 I bdng: the premium. 'e
characteristic I
l .; :;..',. it v.-.is mutinied I, ..1I1t1)I far from I.l being a riee I hath of continually" exhibited and every -. dubae or discussion upon any particular sub- 22 March, brought by express. Gen. Scott, In the Foreign mi rkel there has *, ;r.o3
1 itstiin.thle weak, corrupt tyrannical governiiicnt. aKhrable decree of firmness. Thet to.8* I
: of cd
.f.ir lln I
:. ;;: .ijoyineut of ( want of subsistence o
.,1. ject Ir cluss subjects. complains of embarrassment or I p,
:, itistinih FUtIICUt Bonds left ofTat 47 ,.8 the
;: '- ami inalic.'KiUle; lights, becomes an know ; Porto itS
: i supposed
.1'. ..., Those and othnr grievances were patiently Inrcg-.ml to the kuowledjre, or created by the unexpected movementot Cents 83 :' 3
: r. ..' (borne the of Texas, until they reached Icil"?, Gaines from and the conse- .r is h
I .t !at: \V41tfl lIlt federal republican-consnutmn!) olIheir by people oak hi) say, and at once to relieve the gentleman Gee Tampa, at53 12. eat

j I L ,. ('d'lulr1teh: they hue sworn to sup- that point at which% forbearance ccasrs to froir; Tennessee; from going into such proof that quent consumption of the supplies provided; for Chilian and Cohmbia Bonds are both, rtaJi
Jir substantial t I bo a vntuc.. We ihei- took arms in defence lie I lime thai: proposition was submitted in the! He heavy, thetormer 49 1 1,2, the la Her
existence :
.poji] I, no I MIU'I- -.is a at I the other divisions of tho army. oppre. : at 521 I." ; le
} of the National Cnn<.I lllioll.Ve: appealed couinitlce of which he had the honor to be chair- I Mexican also left oft'erv dull at 36 .a h
: \
Hiir i
01 1.3
I ::ti1 l illv. :Ijii t: -ure : iiovernmenl. : that Col. follow the:
'I r.ijnMl vvithoiil their consent.fjVwi to our Mexican brethren for ilance.-Olir mat-at the lime it was there adopted: -at the bends also Lindsay rnny : MEISOP.ES OF l\Jnm'T u.-The foil,,;- iii
bti'i .
) foiviily: : ,
: r appeal) I Ins bv.n made; i in vain though months liiiu it was: reported to the House and passed same route, though a letter had been despatch .. surcs of reform are ipeedilv to be &o 1IIf2.
1- :;; n rcsincifd f ic.lerative! I icpulilic! compo: >- held t _
h.the House-Mr. \. had no .comi ward ia Parliament l \ '.' consolidated have elapsed no sympathetic response his; 1 upoi ed to him by a friendly Indian; directing him ; impr", "(ill
t j' I'd of htV! '4e, lo a cenial i fill I IC.)hIll) wiUi :any memV erof I the adininislralion Church Englam; ( ;'2-The CUecliot.t.
; : in which interf yet been braid from the interior. We meiheieforo infnrmauon official I or 'lo take the position of Chiuchalty by the Ill'! piun!
44 p ini'.iiaiy .11"PH1i"'III : eveiy I I anil had: recei Vet I no I I England ; 3d-Hi- removal of the rtmal.II .
I. : .: si 1 is (jiH'ejj-ir)
:. : the pue..tilij'ul-both !.In-denial enemies ol I that: die I 3Ie\ican I people have acr-iiesccd in reisoi to' believe that) the mediation! of Great BrI- tis would be or. the Pelaklekahii.nnd; Ihat Gen. .' administration ol the law and the iit *11

t.,' Civil lilieity: ihu m'crrl'.ul\ minion-: $ powei( the desiiuction of their libeity, and the substitution I ltlllIJIII; be offered or accepted by this Government the Court Chancery, 5Ih-TllefolettJt.DfDto or e

f''':: ''. .. .. iiud tlje u-u.il m-iiuuii'uts. ot" t\'rallt I I therefor of a military i I government i : they I or tint any such purpose was in contemplation. Clinch would force n passage of th" \Viihl.ico- Irish Tithe questnn6lh-The rt'r.'rDlrlbtl| { k

j.f" ." When, 1 lon; alter t iho 1 :'u'nl "of t the I on-tlluo' arc until to be I free; and incapable) of self go-:; I .1\t no period of time, prior tw tne adoption 1\1's chee, between the 24lh and 29th: Corporations; 7th-Ti e consideration of*D.L* I ef'g
'{ in
;. of that; I resolution! was I there in Ireland.
lion 1 tel 1 tnoderalnm, at I(' I vmiment.The. I This combined movement has probably been '
r.f.". lustlcj) ; 11:11-0 circumstance to justify ruch an FAILURE
,. ;. piKsossion any IN LOSDOJT.The failure ofhighly
?: ,. ..:.'. far iu-'. In.- 3h->e. in j.)ov.er, luat evi'n 1 tlm I i seinIjil.Uif necessity of self l preservation thereforelio.v I effected, as we are happy to learn through a respectable meicantile firm, Ales t anoy s.wVard > |sst

!.10-". '.' : ( "t' l'iee'oui! is' removed, aijil'I t tint I dasir I derives our eternal I separation.t U e, idea..Mr.. BHI said the gentleman's explanation only volunteer recently arrived from 'I'amrm, that the \ & Co. on Satirday has oCca3&I! .I Igreat :a

: ..f con- I tlierd'oie, the delegates! with plenaiy powers proved thai he was II": in possession of the information letter above referred received Col. regret among th ; merchants of sfoj Itn'In
was by every
; .4 i toiU.iUt:. : so t f.u: from their petitions; and : of tin peopli.> of Tevas; in -oleum convention I i I Ihe I position t: he occupied demanded. Mr. I ofpoli'ictf. Mr. Ware is a bank director, t ii
f -I candid world for th, the had! been the 25th who immediately took anj '
r \ n' up.lmhCc i hciii;: rejj inled tho Jiil'OIlIo'hll i iar. assembled appealing! i: I lo a B was nvurcd of the f.lcllhal news Lindsay on few years: since was 01 e of the membersl r ju Ill!
. .Vt. am'atmu..s i necc.-ilies I i of our condition t ., do hereby i iesolv I iinollieially' ;; received! in t this city t the day before the his position about 40 miles: from Tam .IiI. The city (London on the =Conservatives the C'e'
1 hf'.U' ';wm ihrovvn IMM duti' eail -: 1 mediation I m*
: rJ 1 I that I COO OCX LOU uiilitho I 1j \ "peri.il messenger \vilh the pioU'ered cantilc interests The liabilities of the
and di-cl.ue I our political i t I I enclosed five thousand house ;
:: r: Jf h". .:.t!.' r-etit: foitli: t to lI-e,' ;a in)!w I 1 I \ had 'rri\'ed. He was ir possession of enemy is now by nearly ivariously
, '. .P' I \1 l"xieall:111011., has; t forever ended, and I II UngLuid, : I estimated, bit it is generally \\M(
1..t: r :n'( nlU"lll upon them al the poiulof tile ha.\ .j evidence lo substauiiale this fact. \Vith re- men and will be forced to give battle 01 I that tlifv will not exieed 50CXU The sunrxs.f

'.. '.'c'J nnt': \Vcn r.i eon.sr.jiiea'-e! !: ol'smh.I I act--; o. that I t thu t people of I Ti'xas lo now con-lilnte l and-\ I glrtllt'I te I!: resolution i of the t gentleman from Vir- surr nder. Commodore Dallas, at Pensacolahas I of Mr. Vard it is stated to have arisen out failult/ rcprl
.OJ abdiiaion the oail I oftheiJjoAX'i'Uiiii'iil. I Tree sovereign and illd"lleud'l1l) republic, : Mr. Mason: ) its spirit was to suppress <
r. lijaJl.5met jnid on I jjmu, ( some chancery proceedings in which he
: and 1 allriit'ites been instructed to co-operatf, and the was n-
filii with nil the limits effect. He then:
invoked its
; inon.ii'rhv: prevail. and <-ivi! >o are ) I delate:: and( lIch had: been fortunately involn.cJ.SNOW
,J":1., ci\'\' is (lissiilvouinlo its oii I ,.inal: ile.ncnls i I, t which I I propei Iy belong I to C I independent i I relerred to iiic proceedings) of the House on theI Revenue Cutters required to repair to the wes- STORM To tJaKeVay for the J LIe

::'4 r In suh- a t :.ii. the first lnv; tI of inline: the. I nations.I t I 1 I I I !re-'Iuain.! ol( I Adams respecting the I loss of the tern coast of the Pt'ni ntula. Should it he necessary ding of the coaches in the west of England! .! ut

m9 : ami i inlo lr1r.r.ns.Dno: liH t Ii I lie.1 i::J! bill of [the List sessionand condemned will be I ped by the heavy fall and drift of snow on TIJe10
t. **: I 111! *<; S'-I 1 -jucsiM'tfitii-u i 'ii"! iniiorcut ; that measures taken to send pr '-
.t. RIUI I I 1) ELLIS; President.Munieip.ility I the course III Ct; :' il1' irenilemcn on subject. I day, it was requisite to have hundreds of 11
? : ::'1-':.' D t 1'i .1 I: H:.iI 1:1 (UI t ll pf''jI'! 1 .I1'I"'a I I.f' I.!I-.t HARl Mr.i J5. ii.eii' I lea tl I a'Variety: I if 1 extracts from the visions to the mouth of \Vithlaco..chec, remove the snow from the road between De mean, mlor hi
f : :,'.' >rinjijil(> yml] lih i lljj'ir poii'ical all'air-' into : i I i l of Au-tm-C. U. Stewart, to t the Presi- us
J s. '
repllrillf; I ne, Strreiary: ofinC'JV.V t whence boats can ascend to Camp Graham. and Marlhorough. For nearly 14 miles this'wUhat1
4 lh4r! i iu Tho-s. In FFVt.- i;l8Z'lil: : LduniVnller: : I F $ from r.CII,
'. o .ji JiaiitJ.: ( 'Uf'th'' c.i.si', nij.ims! it ,
? t.; I I sidcnt of il.e Uniied Stales in the yci.J79 to he done, and in some places the snow
I\ ..',".," as a u,-'hliowiid ; ih 1 H1.t.j111 I J n :1c'I''li i ibi I.i .J-uiif (Col'mijswtiitli' J. S. Ityiuiu( Asa I Br t''- I i a fJlflllllriallrfllIl, I I eeriain citizer of Pennsy Vwllia, I II GEORGIA VOLUNTEERS. battalion of even with the roof of the coach. Five "13bn"!y Irr'Ii

l > ; .;::UM4i lo th*ir pO-tdtlY :o i1hullo.h'ucll! !i Inni.!)) Iievar; lran-.ifo llotii-, Antonio Na I I :after i I I the pissage of the alien nd sedition laW", 1 II hundred mounted on Wednesday mr rninj were stopped on Marlfxl.
I volunteers from Ga.
.t;': :o\' 'rnm"',,:, ;:n41 CI1'IIC: .lu"lht i i:4: iN .t"a". j II I v.uro: J. ii. IJad el. ColoradoV.: I La- 1:I li'llIlIlhe puh'ioaiimis!' : of the late Win. B. Giles of four I rough Hill seven hours. Nothing like such obstruction

1 S :/klllCIJ111t'd! t r<' -..'iii* jh tii iVom ittp"! <]Jiir d l in I evVm., i Alenifee.i i i <'lIlzlIc'z-J.I Fisher, 2I J. i, Virginia: to show I the analogy existing between commanded by MHJ. Ross, conr'isling of the I has been experienced since 1815; there

Cald-v., Gohid! ( -Willnui Motley, [Han i I.- ilie parly; ill power in 1793 and tie party now in Means Buckskin Hussars was then three days .stoppage., '
t t.t; :: 'ti ;. :wd 1. -CCIUd :114'i11ij;ni '\.tr'; .n1.: I If' Walton cavalry, Capt.
)\.ver. Their le-idinj principles he said, were I II '
biirLorenzo. deJivala.. .Ja"'p'r-S.: II I J I P' ; Wilson Gaines -- .11ci
H1 Butts I
X: al-apJ : I IIIC I sI rue, anti they were vindicated 1 precisely on Graham Cavaliy, NEW YORK,Mardi 13. I
I LveH't.d'i-OMM: ( \\ Miillh. IaeU I. I
isv.It f," iiin'1. ; as w iJJ sis i uiivi.hiats! !; ., .arc: : iwn ilk ; ou -Wllli.1'1I1t Klij.ihSl"j ; I the s.iine; grounds and with i similar argumentsHe I yule Dragoon Holland, Twiggs Cavalry, COTTON.-The market has heen rather quiet (or 10)
J H:' I J ttt Jlu'ii1! arts Itj tV.1: jiu'il.c: 4iM.4i; ; <$u oi'ui iti1iiid. | >4 .).J..tr.'I'-IIII-Cl.llhcJfIlI'i :i (, however, expressed it as his decided belief: Sanloda,rived hereon the last 4 days-the sales lowever for the week fuse it-
: Riflemen
'rfL; A: sv-.tt itH'tit of a j I'.ut 4it! 41 ui ii:-v,"iict t ll So lt'.1..1.1.; .Mcuard; A. I P. I II 1 .dm.. : ; I ni.it i I the! pu-ent: p.iriy was more to be dreadediliar ; I HarrisPutnam been to a t fb ir extent, and [ rices remain withoutrhai 'Ill!>
: '.;IIl-.J. \\ ;"IIIOIJ, lJ.. ( .1zIn. H.1.\ j the 27th, and marched on the 30th for the : There is considerable colt >n now in market. Sataof
!t.;. 'S. is I ih *('t4 uc ,uuwltl: i 1. an j i..ip .rmlJ t I I I the ;party of 1798, because the latter t were kmri
.J:; Wt..i J, in. J"I.tii.ti1.U1/! *>j f ih \1l.tZ\ Ufluu\ -. IMI; 1 I Cxol'-man. :\I.IIa:;lIld.I-B. I Elld'iII.llI.1.: ) lIt : opt1! in I llie'r I '1 wlrtII'(, and avowed their princijes I Sent of War. They were fine looking men the Uplands week at extrnd\\G\ a to 20 3450 120(1 bales Fli.rida of nt which 17J to MOO 0,7C|we"? ; I

j.t. uUU'qi.1.1t1,' 11'tab't nf 1.V4I iu' 0'11 1, :Jam-' L '. Hull r.soil.: ( i.01'ire ( '. ( hll'.li'e.s--; | :., wIllie I tIC I lueseiit party acted without I that: offer will do ; \IIIErr I
: ; : : "%1'.11. ; and should opportunity good ser Mobile at IS to 21, and .15 ) New Orleansat 16)]tot ,
.: j".2lt i1! c'HiII."th" ihc 1 ll\jm: 1''pl..1 :,; ...:d i-h: .>.s-Uoij. ii P.111 1 I'. j'b "- .1. R'i-k J JP avov.il J, ;and l I |)role>seil one set I II f principles! while! -- .p(
"j' I Hi-\, -. rrc i-d h"Iwrs!, tut.il'y: al variance vice. I IIJil
irovi't i
i'o flo f ,
i.m n'l \ er l
!'; und iud :io i Livgr.pooLFeb.li"Vv'elnw
: < PUki\ : ;.an III
Ji- a.itii't! .11 :: .. : -
"! fii. :ii.. 'j.; .-.i...1...f.i ;v.i the; Cuii>tiiutiiii -
{ thz 1.llilJno HI tll" p.iHit 1C .u.c; ; t : Ijili.ii'1 I ') .v J oil Trim bad a hrik demand for cotton alt the
'j t' ; !.I\\ to c.l. t I..c' .ivc -i"hllu de- J udp. Kandhll; arnvcG; In town, on :1
f i- ixf.u : week with buMnrss in AmericniVscrijuioiis
1'Po S H I I I a heavy transacting
\ II mi. 'ii-to.i. ; ni.i h"H.I:1
. Tileloi! l 11\ ijs i ( -
; t : gnVsi4ll.1.t1.- ;r.r.7.; : \ .: d.lr.11' nr 1/:1,1': pf..er, hut iiceut praeiice had day evening last and will 1 rommcnro ihi Apiil I utiich ht'cdly rccnvend fiomihefcpresM -
.'.I": ,4i: lien l.ius, iisvit '.! itud HlJ hu*'J thA iii.il ji-A- waul) 1 o-jrad.! 'San Aoirti'Mu i Ii. o. l>), ,rind. i imivii ilt.ii Thatjiourr 'J 1
dead letter.
.. I |iio.-i-ioii ID he a i :I -sn noticed i in our I la* t, and fur good Cotton i iI in
of th Leon Court Monday
:il' J.: int'iiimi: iujojl: ilion( ..J.I.. !. VVIN I lealljy in: the liaiuts of one man ; 'and teru. ( Supeii on I some instants higher rate:" have been obtained; otter ell

,'..' I It"r' :u'l '.'nus.KM'-, r ih'e jl! Mjt'! ; (] laih oi nnt. .I (; mif-, \V. ( '1.:1'Jr.l' lI1"IiH'dilC'. C.Ponniri if I lise Pre-iile.ii hizI, | said it was expedient to de- next. We regret to observe that Apalachicola .I kinds! continue v-vry stc.uly: and the Sea hlandiuuct'on bit
t .' I to'iVm.. f' Cia\vloj clan war; lie would sk what of the his Judicial District. :: m-Jayt wcnt-ofTai fully ashigli prices spn.vion at
llnltli I t slioulu i Cfll tl'l1W t lo v. l. SJM.; P..Irno :: man party has been annexed to
1 coii'iiu ) .
.j -I. "-1 ); : i, 'V d miou
;: ly, but the Stain (xceptingof good quality) \ :
-.lolm I I Turner, !IJ. I IS. Goodmli I i ,!JI'.s-t- \\oiul% I have raillsIVt.'tlllk i t ? this addition his duties. sufficiently
''11jJ! iliat c tH --uiutioua: : ) Jibciiy Iid; i rc 1'1Ibh'J. \ B. Previous to re found no tuyers.Speu1atrrshave.
II recurrec' to the increased) appropriationsof
(.rllucs. .1. G. Swislmr( G.V.. Uanielt. taken GOO Americanand
; can u\'t'nml'211 to l-h;: tlioy li.nl IMM-U lia- ; laborious his District contained i U
; : : f I lit I Lid as
and the lenia
:' to
.... ... j proem year, probable ml I and Exporters 600 American, 500 Madras, asj
.' ;
", :!1::"_. iituued; in lh<' lanil of their 1 ulh i the Unitedtaialos -- -:- I for; I the augmentation of he navy and I the erectionolTAriilicaiions. more than half the wealth, population and busi- 200 Surat. lOtwh I

i -$ of .2U'11fl.( ltlli: c' pe.t'lti.1I: they CONGRESS. I f : asserted tnallb'c resources of Ihe I of the Territory. "I mport this week, 7S1S Stained Sea Islands 48 B

.1 ftio: l.avo iif "a ciueliy! cio! apjoiute)
r I. iiniioii has ; '{')'I l in I iho I Lite I: rhauiics I I Home of Ucprcsejilalivss'I Jlarch 17.NAVAL : lllj, 111 III ICC _vcui.Cimli ilila L.. ., .a.u .>r.n.o Tn L LA.n..-*V0 completed the pohlica 8.17 Miranham, II a 13; 565 Egyptian, 13a 15C/ dii
r11 1 from the public' Li 11(15 would he diminished down Bengal, 5 j a 6;: Total 11,563 bales. >
\ 1;:!. isadf: i in the utiv.'niaie.! ; ::1 i by* ( ;lourral 9 : .\ I.tUflit I SERVICE KILL. 1 to less than a million. The proposition of the tion of the laws a week ago. The pamphlet -- K I
.' ) I j.opt z de! San' i Aitn; ; -uli 1 has over- On motion cf i\lr. Cambrcliug; the House, I in of hands of the binder and lion Extract of a letter Jron a private gentleman aneb
I j., I I party power, contemplated a standing army is in the a pot of
.1"a'..I turned' the eoTistilutiou ol tins 'oni) .> now"fui's i pursuant) to the special older! of the 2GUi .Jan. 1! not less I than twenty I thousand wen, and one hundred be distribution Paris, dated Jan. 23 13S6.

).'t{ .tin,? ciwl alternative, fiil N" Jo :Iltallcoll\. \ ihen resolved il
\ ". ,!. cur 1 Jiou-s* s, arqu'noil 1 I IYo.O nnny: l'l'n' t'tinii' I IJ I l \\ hole on the state of thc Union, Mr. I Hamcr :I creascdanniial I iaxalio i IIfnlllles'i than $5.000,000. Deputies that the nationality of Poland must siP::

J t .. or ;m"J lit tJlu 1 iuo.):t tnloluiaiili! of .:lIIYIIIl-, in the C'h.iiand resumed the consideration I With regard lo his present position towards the be preserved; that the equilhrium of Europe lie

i*'"".?, ny, I iu* continued! :?-uis.n} ol) the MXOI d-J and of t the bill I making 1 i appropriations: I for the naval administration, and the relation he bore to the Gen. Call's nomination to he Governor ol I must be restored; that hey are pleased ate ,

r 'V thf. piiesthuotl.It') I t I sei vice of the United States fur the year i party States.in Mr.power B.said, and he the considered President himselfa, of the United- this Tcrritoiy, has been confirmed by the Senate I I the close intimacy with England, and that t In.I In.W In.h

:. ,.,"::,' J. Ins saeiilieod: or: \vrir.jre. to ll"* slate of 1S3G.: I on t he administration I and of the distinguished: supporter without opposition: He will be placed in they hope the mediation of England will be
p : .'' Co.iijuli.1 I 1 I liy \vhichour 1 I mlre>t. 1 hno I bi-c-n The question pendii'g, was the motion of affair with the honor
:. man now in power, in reference (to every prominent. a rather delicate situation, owing to his former able to settle the us, to Inci
'of .!" : 1:111: tlfiill\; ] (1..1H'.Sql 1 l ti1it.1- a jealous, and ;\1 r. I Jell, to stuke out the following item I (feature and principal of his administration, except relations to the local parties, and politics I of two great nations; all which means to nj :

; parllal; ] (- fr
*i tl; Mr 411-! 1tL11e.t <,f o\vjiJin-iit! !, by a hostilemajority For improvement and necessary repairs 'o elect a favorite successor to the PresidejiU ofthe Territory, but we are inclined to the belief alliance with Great Britain, demand from tb (d,

: i in m iiTiknoun tongue; uitl t IIH! toi: : of the navy yard at POI tlIllJlIth, New I Immnpsli that he will discharge his duties, without Emperor of Russia the observance of the treaty

.t IHJt\'IIl:1I1InH.:) !; .' huvi-: .p"l1ti'lI'u in i1t. hUIIIJj' : i i e, si\t-seH'uth'Juo'ilI1l1' dol Ia is." I "WASHINGTON CITY, March 11 1836. reference to eiUier. On these questions! we Vienna; if he refuses it, execute it b/ dpt

.' l 1s1t&t 1 lei'ais for tlu t I c'st.I.wu'ul of a l li sl'I'| iMtetlj.le I Mr. B. having withdrawn; his previous motion "The vote was taken to-day in Senate on have been, and still arc opposed to him, but force of arms, und pay the United States their pts:

, i.\ .1 : ;go\ <'I iniueut) -sinl( haII: aecoxJantcuiih I I ), lo ICl Ore the said item one-half, and Mr. Uach.inan's mo'ion to reject the prayer of we have not on that account, withholden the money, we are satisfied that will be tho case, p,

: \ :. Ihe l"'OiIJ1ls! fir tlw national constitution i sulMitutcd the fc ICgifl. I the :abolition petition, (iil r. Clay having with- credit to which he entitled for his exertionsin lhat: a" war with Russia )elore tbe year expires t

'; ".: j J'1"l'o eiile 'I : : anti adilie.-sed the I House I I llH'rc but six in the organizing troops for the defence of the just rlrl:
lie I
:: !. e nj>tituU'Mi MhirJi.is: \\nhoul j'l.st ause; :, rose at length. being votes negative.: Jonjr.'

i i. Ctf111elJljt1twu..1y I'i..ttc'd. I I ;aiil i he had loujj desired l to slate in j justice II Thus ono of these firebrands has been laid country and leading them to the frontier at a -- rlr.

a i t ;1 It iUt'.1I'cl'r.lted.i: in 1 a
I: luiiiT one of our : some time per( btftre'

I ,\ 1l.1t., zcallfll":: oudr.aor t4 i procure ill" :i'fcepi j "\.i- lor 'in iiirrease' of it, and hit: remarks of havt been a quietus put to the abolition project the office. A paperVa" circulated- I I P!I the War Department, bai: at length been iv&I

ri'j : i:: lco) id oti: c'ou-1'l414lt1 ai;*< c.staliii-litnenl! $ : lie! gentleman fiom Pmn ylvuni ( Mr. Cham- I so f far at Ica:l a< tho! Senate is rnnccrucd.It I I ted hillS only objection abe leature.the 'pii II

I ; of.i :;t (li; :.ov-iuui i.li I b.'rfill} th.it poini. li.nl Ins moM hcaity: con- I i t thonilii so'stiou as ,Mr. Uives t ikt** his yesterday requesting him to do so. on whirhwe i! lions:' in lieu of which the sum urS600OOO$ 1:

:. IMS l.uhM' ai.d J(-'.tI141 I Kcruie on$ a fiunl : f'UI I IC'III'11' III' wi-hed was a full investigation I -f'II, the '\'h1h111ig resolutionsilj eoim up; observed! names. beloiigit1g to all J| parties.We i agreed lo be given bv th? Federal Government, I

d' .;.' l 1.:1--3s;, he Ujjjl:: ol" in .1 l \\1\' juv: ; Ut.4| p If.idnilli1 :,I of the, Mibjec'I. \\nii leyaid: lo the J butilu-v' I : wdllleJt m!I he ca riit(1. and 1 the Jouinaldofiu I The whole sum therefore stipulated! ihe lor raowl tile' PJ Ca
r. Cheiokee lands and
chase IIr the
: t" CJl' cI\'U 1 b'4lt". .111! I.HIt It' :.iv.! _\JU.etC' lor. 1 ft C', inmdurof naw ).lrJ, although ixpeiiciifcdollie i t: Seiiiitf) t \\ III I crt tpc tint! coriiauiiuating: are satisfied that thu reports; which have the bliwr sl of the Mississippi will beL"fr

lili .jiv V aaid .I"up..rt! ol'thi1itiztu.! ; < i- had i-xpie.ssly t.ticlll down thai two 1 hand: I of (Ihl; -poilcr. You will !prireivr liv I the.pajn13 been circulated, to the pnjudiCK of Gen. Scottrespecting : (UOn.OOO.: There appears to I be: but little doubt( 'UU

1' f ll !in1 1 .i1u ,:ot4l1.1.| ,11 any: public, :)'i-til1i< would be -ullirteiit. uumber, M/ B. Was I : of to-day. I that t this P(! usy I v.a usa Lrg- supplies and assist-'nci' to General J I fr,t ratificntinn by the Seiute: and we trust gaJOJlI V

: of <*aii trl.,11mmt1Jc'oo. tin !! on.ain) .uxl al deemed noiiiih. He said there Vngirii.i. The branch of that I i that ierrinryvlGeorgit il1tbe 1;
t ; ( : public) < ( I amply ) w s I III> popular body truth is he has been serio'uly embarrassed in i intellisrence, the unJ. '
iI"U1h; : ; d ian i :\1111111 political M-iem-c, that i but I one! \vuy to stjtilo( this subject, and that have iutiiel the Senators of Pennsylvania!, his II! tccupancy of l.ciiz.ns. one.f? 'n 'IV
tiim >s ;i pMii4( | : ;:' cdui.a'i d and cnli;I'leneil, was by hi illgit the influnee of the Ext'('u I I to vote AGAINST expunging or to resign. Mr.Buchanan operations by necessity imposed on Fia 01
Ala.) ? j j12th r
litidic t to( (cxji.t:i the COLIlI 11U8HC1' ol" cixilh'a'My I I live lo ben upon) it. lie inquired why it was : will I obey and not resign, t the other him of sustaining Gen. Gaines' division of I The insU Creek*.-The" It is Tusciloosa ruirored that( the kreeltdians S

: or ilie, cajiai'ily: fur tin'ij- :HJf-r:41\ C'J'U' ; ih,il no :pclld: ; wc'\agt'-: had been sent iu on I c.lator will also ollpAncl thus will Mr. the auny, nt the remote point from his resources design says commencing: very soon, and It 1S Jf"

mcnl.Jt .' i I tills subject ? Il had been thiovvn out I thai I I Betiton's bubble burst;and Virginia will have after having arranged that it should draw lieved by the citizens of the counties where g

'- ]I'tSuf1t'rcd the military commandant ,i I theie were political iea I5Ol1S why some oft displaced I I hl'l self, for no good, even to Gen. its supplies from Tampa. His arrangements Cherokees are settled, that the Ross party,will .

f ,' .-t.il.ojiefj, 8181)Iigt| t us to i-M-icisc aelM ;nl' oppivttiu : ,'i--o navy yaids vve.ie: kepi tip and that) the I Jackson.: have been judicious and can fail of is opposed in a treaty without reservations: '
hardly shoow
J ;: iml trinny' : ; tints iiiinipbii. upon) : jiaVc-l station at Poilsiiiouih was to be fosleu I Theie. will be some difficulty in the ratifica- nite with them, tn cast st ch a treaty count

? t tiic most hicud ri;1 htof tlVc 1 nIJz''II., .ind 't'II'dl'ln ; .t, because the people of New 1 Hampslumha :I liou lithe Cherokee Treaty, but I nm confidentin success. made. A letter from Tuslrgee, Cherokee old MK

;; : the military ': Mipeiior; to lIlt: c: \il 11 1\\1'. Ex kee the whites
Governor Eaton
is to
:' Il Ills: li.stoln j !by IMICC of ainis the" o,1c'.| I I lie I ajjain: reclined, to the neglect of PCllsa.I in Congress take a deep interest in the expected to arrive would, frendly when the rees budded out.' *ware
I begin war
congress: of: Co.ihuil.i a 1id r -\as, unl$ (,.bli"I.ti! by the Gi-neal! Govrnrnmt, and complained t matter; anil are doing their duty in effecting here todafrom, Pensacola. His- nomination. generally well armed and; amply sudpuMammunition. with

z our icjiiescm'ative fly for their! lues hum ( I I I that h no .speci.i.1 message( had ever beenfoiwaidcd : settlement of the Cherokee difficulties. I most as Minister to Spain was confirmed by the : ."

: .r ho MMlof jioxciumem, tluis dcjiiivin! ." ns 01! l : ther -on. 3l i. 1>. then said he j he.iriily wish they were us united upon the Senate, by a large rr.njoriy.-The vote was ---
\ report
; : the. fur.danieutal: : political riiit of rpii,.seiita- i fhould proceed with) a gl>lI _-fd inquiry into the I proper course to bo pursued by them on the thirty-two U twelve. TEXASWe are happy learn that the &

"> .atun.( I fctate I I and condilion) i I 0 1 l' I the Uoveinmcnt l, and I abolition que ion-they should remember, that, of the rise and junction of the CamaneB l

-, It IMS demanded: the suru-ncJcr of a ti'tiiuhor I th! policy of the present aduiuistr.iti: <>n. He I in union of purpose consists strength." NEW YORE. March 19. Indians with the forces of Santa Anna gaiD o

;;: : t.t: of' our citlz'-us! and 01 ell'l ('(1 military' i\etachincuts : would have piefened domj; this on the foilificaiionbdl ( VERY LATE FROM EUROPE. Texasis wholy unfounded. A gentleman w

: : : to ecure and c.urj: them into I the mleliorJor I I ( I I ; but he had reason I lo apprehend EXPLOSION. By the arrival at an early hour yestejday haR just arrived from the seat of war aw-or(

, .,. tu.il; m CUnl'lIlot I I of tue civil l au'hority I ili.il I the I lull I I under I ronsidfratmn vvus the only I Yesterday" box marked "with careVas" morning of the packet Virginia, Capt. Harris, that on the 13th ult., therj was about 350Q the

.:i : ty :111.1 in cleiiaucu: ; of tic! iau of the ::onstiU-. one vvhii-h: would! he debated in commillec, I I put into the cure of one of the persons employed from Liverpool, which place she left on the the enemy in Texas, w-io: had ciossed force

"$; ,,!..' hunt' till near the close of tin*. -e-sion. The pre- j ( to superintend the shipping of goodsI 14th February, and of tho brig Isaac Chason. lines al different points; that the effective

":'f.41. It hus t.1U1':; pliatiml: : attacksipon, oUT romincito. : ; ent (bill, however, piovided for' a very con-i- I the Camden and Amboy llutl Road Trans. Capt. McKinstryfiom Rochellewhich vessel of Texas may be estimated: at 5,000; tha.t dIy -'.

; ;: by coinmn-vionum tIll CgII dC'OOJlt'wclo's! i d(-.t.i lile I increase fiom l 1', rmtM appropiiationhe i -, I port.ition (umpauy. The box was addressed left that port on the 17th ult. we have London .clothes, arms and munttiona of war were bad1.

tt I vr *nd tluthor1'JI'A' iheni toM\ Mir' Vo-s..1-,, ..milrouvey i ijcjjcve'j; ab'itil a million ol (,1111'Iliit; ilIN I to ,\1 r. C. Ltlliendahl, 34 Maiden Lane, Now and Paris dates to the 13th February.The arriving, that beef and corn could be '.

7 the.nioj>('rly. of our ciuzeiia to lar
...". ;'. fti i taut polt.s for leJ1.Ii 1..ltllll1.) \ dilute ol one liundied) millions would be mvoived I iin& the box ou u \\lf'el barrowto be conveyed out the President's Special Message, arrived rits; also that Gen. Horn too wu at f1' of

: ,. ; ti I tlellit'I thc Ji ht)I (II uorsthippiii,, : tln; AJ-j I I : in it. Uctidi'.s tliH, such a disi ;i>.son; I oupoaid the steamboat, its contents exploded, at London op the 10th. She sailed from ches, forming a treaty wit a several ,tribes

mi ilitv accoitlui" ::0 the ,dK-t.itfs ot our "-oiibCietlcC j '., wa.- .!e.-iied could i"III1 lit: :<-t Up III anyotlur dud blfw thu box into small pieces, and the this port qn tho 24th Jan. |t dian8, and that they were far more (fneoo'/-

i : -li) ihs -s04)Jhhll| | fit| .1 l liHII.tId| | i/li; ;.o.i, I 1 >. .I.hili. on. iip1I| IOj i.iiion i l IIIiIIll' poitei almost "SkY high." The noise was The boose of commons, at the latest date disposed towards! the\\ .Tejans than the me-

j cnleulatcd tu pioou.te' the u-ii.r.i, i n, ., s II 1 iv\ij ;It 11111, 1"1"_ ; llt'l 1I.t ,1.1111.11ad.I'I. 1 I II "fa"lId'IIIOO, and 1 all hinds. in ,ihn neighbor from Londqn; were engaged in the !investigation cans. Morris to

of its hunuui: luut.Mion.mcsr.jilai: tiun; $li.e I tll' ... IU 111,' ;. 'iih .1 1 JMo.4I.. .\ 11. \ ;' ';1. '1'f .11"\i I jtisiii il lu lilt cuue of ppl oar} when it *of the Carlow Election proceedings, in It appears by letter frost Robert CoJ
and livinj d. ii.; "a i NViif, tuuml 1 that I I Hit bo.v had been Villod I with which Mr O'Connellu und Genera' Council that
ry ofth'i! II lit: (' I'J.l- I Uicp 1'1.1!; 1 nf : "I1)h J ;1 I IIhIt "lie : charged with corruption the Governor
? f- It lias tlciii.itided'us] I"i deliver' .'p ou, amhvhicli I (1't.W'! i'J .' ..!'ItI.1J. A.( .!dlj..1! ; I on il.e. i.' :I'f//I"UIIS.( wfjicli liii liable 1 liltitf I fellow.s had in:turriing the rmniber, from that count. and his 'officers, who capi uiated at ban 'aJ4
:* i : \ aie rsM'-mijil: to our decnc! 'tinn" lu- '''aj tinuev\ : vv.ia -tij'px.-i d! >ha. h-a! 'rtlHv'itlC'f .4 : 1 bn I u i.ii'i ndcU hYlW! aciioti of the porter and .>'.; v v ,.w-.> ". ?. ,.. nio, havo broken their parole of honor, iW j

:. fill property of fn.'cmen, and formidable onlv. Jlt'I. c ihc IJlc.. i..tthjl.I..j"'!I II 01 Ulr.ii; Iiil-I ]I "';/ni! oil" without I! mitjIi..'e. It i u wonder, The: German papers contriiji engrY 'articles, marching, into Texai. The world'

:r : i to tyrr.miical :o\'frnollIls. lain. ; and tile introducer: of the fTiolupulI.' ) .1 I!JJllho iiiun bul1l1ot- been killed. The ,urti- evidently Written Russian' i1l eial 1 authority, now judge of.the Iiihoftlio. againJt Frettst-'wbut'

: ; It has invaded our country, both bv sen and (Mr.: lason of Yn :mia,) liom I the" peculiar; I ctb! \\cru' muiked-. C. Weruer,22lnorLh 'deoQuncwt. tbej.ypfeJof; the .Freflch:Cfetmberin I the; Tekjani. war foe. .. .libertr.-Nat. oJ -

1 j and laiid. with intent la by waste to 'our terri- sfjtum he occupied, (chairman oj* the -C'om -1 Fifrt .-U. S, Gryl- i (kvourof.ihe Pole. Quo of iheo article der, '

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J -_ '_!-r SALE. Mtftott DISTRICT or FLORIDA.Gadsdan :
by .
learn THO'U'IT-ES-T County Court, March 8th 1836.
I.rd1'(141.W thC "rurn this mtr A WEWft in the Post Office al Tjllahns- robscriher offert for sale 250 acres of the rich ,

C"S i YEAH. 1 REMAINING J THE Fowltown Lot No. 31? twenlith IN_ EQUITY. (
Gen. March
: th:1t ,. ? the thirty rat day of 1 James M.> Nixon
pill": frol1l'btagnrJI .n..ssult un frt "THOMAS CAMPlELL. 133&, wiHchif not taken oat before the .3Otbday of I District, in Detatur county,adjoining the lands 6 ., coinpiaiiia;, \I. t
, .in;":Isicon'; had Anlnnla, who nllcra I II The more we lives: more. _brief.appearOur June 1836, wiH bfl sent to the General Port Office .cultivated and owr.ed by Mr.Robert Chisotmsin 1833 George Tiplcr and t BdJof' Relief.Pitson .f
: St. I It. is endowed with neverfailing brook running
Letter a
,O and routed life's as dead [ Miller Defendants. IIf i
1.tn uceeeding :
\r lick defeated ,
i In ,,. I" killed! on I IJlthe'ISht1 Willis Alston, IT, Aug Alston, 4, Cot R.C Allen 11, through its centre, and situated about 7 or 8 miles aring from that stid
I I\ \\3"" host troops, A day to childhood seems a year, Albertson W from Bainbridse end about 6 from one of the steamboat arp 5atisf.1.ctoryrcvi.Jcnce, !
;1.CU11n C1 hi is artillery Jos John 8 Adamson, 8 T Andcnon, .. reside out of Ttrriiorv.rnd! ti?'. r. .

I 0f500.'II Jirel'tl'd fires Iront the Mistain-. \ And years like pdssirtg ztges. D Austin 2, Stephen Austin, James Anton,Geo W Landings on the Flint rucrconsequently convenient I their residence is unknown to Cuu>'latuu! >i* /' i. .
snid It) have 3 C lea Atkins 8 Lcdowick to a firat rate mal ket at all seasons for every
Aymar .
I C Aymar, ordered, On motion of "W iliutni P. Uuval Lsqu r.
rLIY 1e I.3n'M t'nnv 10 :1 p. kind the town of Appalachicola,
hr either nt
: currcrit.of ,
1'C :1l1uw t The glads-ome youth, Ashley, 2George
Antley.I ihat
unt Solicitor for Complainant, they bet rc
1 faIr. dil. also 'l'tlr .
:JIC tllrtJ f their I uiviicanuoi.IWR : Rrv Bcnj Burroughs i 8 CBruddockHarvey rew-I or the city of iJt JO't'jJh. This latter being a '
disorders t
Er'- of .
f 1
,JI& rt'IC I.U I passion yet this Court on or before the t.r k day i> tL cH
pO 1 lss than lhe ster T 11 Brickell Atd'w Bundi Gee W Broton, healthy and delightful retreat for rea bathing 4-c. *
rcI r Steals, ling'ring, like a river smooth > the second Monday ..f July, I *.Xi, at iheCIMUi'll(>" '
1 1l. For terms :
pt if
the months required.
ch been com- EdwM llntdfoid.2 A B Bbckwell, Thos during summer
and -
hid lrrc B"Jdon in Q.uincy, GadStlcn ctau.iy, pk.\, an"xvcr; r
rcid uc or. Along its grass-borders. Madam Bozcau Sol G Jnrkson, Alex Jfhn I apply to Mr. W m. PcabddyofB.ijnbridge, or to the I .
I f. It1C CoalinilJ.Anna I. HAIRE. demur to said Bill, or the winic vvili l'c 1.1" n |ji:o c.l.
jcifh 11t1 \ P B1Iljih EdwM Bain Rev S S Burdctt J* Barrow ( subscriber at Tallahasse.CHAS, I ,.
l..1 frolll 'fex,8 CIHCII of 10 pre- ), fesso at the next Tfrm! of ;his Court, after ouu.irati. *

.J 10fee! \\I it i said:. \I11t:1 : 01 I. i1cicn.vc But as the care worn cheek grows wan, H D Baldwin, 3 Jnn Brewen. March 26th) 1336. 33.4wGuardians of this order tour months m son.c ucu&|>ui .r [.nn.Cu

I ,"'. .1 III ihe I: 1IItl'r1or rumnr.-.Ye1t' : And sorrow'sshalts fly thicker, John Carnochan, 6, Chas Cole, Sarah T Cornel, 2, Notice. in this district.A .

I 11 an 10.u'I. 'i1' \' :1:5 a I Ye Slurs that measure life to man Uenj Chapman, W A Carr, 2, Benj Chappel, J FClark exhibit the judge true copy from the Minutes, Mnich S'h: t 1836
shall to
.,11\\.C\'cr jn1I 2, Miss Delia Corruthers, Saml Ciristo- SIX months after date, I Test LORENZ L. sI.XTOCkrs.
1 t 31-lmJ] :
t5/1 ,
j J Why seem your courses quicker1? for thecounty of Gadsden,my
'Cllurilr pher, 2, Jackson Corney, George Coston, 2, Bcnj F county court
:taR Ilthinsl, I accounts nnd vouchers as guardian of Ann Best, a Strayed 01'lole1l
hkvl Coleman, Elizabeth Chappell, Burrows Caldwel, Rev 1-

ftdfll Can11'llact'01'till' mHu'lcHft.1.I1' : I Wlicnjoys have lost their bloom and breath, {Isaac Cook, Tom P Chair,2Vm Cop lall, 2, I minor, and apply for a discharge. f1f From ihesuttocribcr, near Tal'ahassee, *

f.t :''LIlII1! parllcllhr.; Volunteers l 1\.' tl.c I I i.jej'Y I I\ And life m.elfis\'apitl, Jurouor Mar --ret Carr.G '. Carrol. Wm Collohand.o \ Marcn 29 1836. 33-6ms JESSF.E McCALL. on the 4th inst, t\v-j marts; one a b -;:*- '

: "lIK >uih lafll.\1\J I I Why, as we reach the Falls of Death, Duval fc Allen, W P'Du\'nl n. D S Donald 100 Dollars Reward. I red b'orrel l, bouttcnyeru l d,3n.

\\rec\ son Jno Dickinson, 2 Jerry Davidson (colored boy) few white Lairs, ai.d !1\iasn
'lie IriSh I I 1'eel w{ its tide more rapid rilarKu.I under the collar by a
,! afcr: rll'l f.:11: !, 'r\Tr\l.of'. I I Thos Dou-las, Jno Darrey, Mrs M L Demily Mrs. *TOLEN from the subscriber on Sunday this night, small blemish in the right eye and a lump at .1.l ledge .

% ::111.1' ( !.WIC ,,.f Cipt: Diuicin 'lll1Ij:1II I It may be s'range-yc: who would chnge1'iinc's !: Pamela Drew, George Devawn, Mrs Elizabeth Daw- b the 6h inst. a Sorrel filly 4 years old made spring the; other right fore-foot. The other n ycljow ch:>-
h\lwln'd Ylnis ariid has her back white by
0'111 11"0 tlar *Irbli%'C I I sey. Col Wm W Davis. iiare on a spot nut Sorrel, is about thirteen years old.and has man}

1WSiuiJ une' I ll'n"l! III 1 llu ii!ircclion i ofi"C I course 10 s'ower speeding Wm F English, Dr Chas G English, Wilier l G sirsingle just behind the withers she has also a star white spots on her,and a blaze in her face. Ten 11\-!

\I" *- '-Mi| prll'l\rill" Whm tflly one our friends have gone, Evans, Isaac Eihredge. in her forehead, one of her hind feet white nearly up lars reward will bn given for the delivery of the abc
lhc I
; 1 S'"ni0. made
;.J *\I.lr| miU'r; ..It l>('on Joi'iJ p't-N! l b"Ir:. I And left our bosoms bleeding. | Snm B Fitzpatrick, 5, Cot Rich'd Fitzpatrick, 2, to the ancl she is tall, lengthy and 1 andsomely I animals to James Kirksey Tallahassee, or the subscriber -
< 1'nt'hl.t} j| and for a race.
in fine order ready
.1 niieti ilunie I Col Geo Fisher, M rs Elizabeth Fish r, Henry Fo>Ics, ucarThomoiville Ga.
:ttlrt \'t'rll" nth- CT'MlYL'; '> B Ed. One hundred Dollars Reward will be given for the WILEY GROOM.
Heaven i strength 3, TyceG Furguson, Mrs Aphiah ,
I rUII' pivcs our years offading lilitieroy
'frJ I t'fleSev alone .
Tla '; and thief and a liberal 1 reward for the mare
e tiU E mare ,
: we will Famed, X ary Ann Faust, 2, Carline MarhI2I836. 3t 4w'
\\It'll Ill' had Indl'mnif'l1tleetnessj j _
1jv.\ :' 11 *' t"p ot) 1i' fl.we,1. ; Faun, Mrs Mary B Footman, Mrs Sarah A Flake er for any information so I ran eel her.

"".5lrtff'r'o; \ uS : .', a IHIII\, uftuvniy or jhirtynfle AId tJ.oo.c of youth, a seeming length, 'VIUlrm Flake, J M Field, Jacob Fclkel, W Foniina', I Any information left at the P.Office, or at the Mis- NOTICE.

:.ed.I\ c.ulouvonn,! to {',ut him 1 !I IIiI''ifl Proper lotied tll iheir.iweeinci>s. John Fletcher. 1 sender Office, will be thankfully received.A IX weeks after date, 1 will apply to the Hon.tl"Judge I

\: ,; _, ., : ____ __ in the lot eh. haa a S the ,i"
', ..un. \ .. .c\.. I. .L=- .- - .. ("rcrn 3. David Gantt 4 .T fl ti Al- sorrel mare Poney was left of the County court for county :
h 4t1 hut ]Ja' \\.IS 1111' -- --- nets J .HIC'Hlh.. | ,
.. 'II. I hind feet white nearly the estate.'oi
bob tail white face, and two Gadsden letters Edmmistrtiun, on
d.i. ArchM a tor
: nnce fred M GaUin Will Garret 2, Jno Graham.
,1:11 ''Cfiu-a at I him at I u-n nacis OBI i'lDeparted .) old. j ;
l'I ,'or kenJ Graham J G Gunn Mr Lama Green, Johnson lo the hock joint, apparently Thomas Painter deceased. *
I tMMpal) tin 1 I'll''I. this tile 22d March (in the the who was I PAINTER. !
; Jci.on : on Tuesday, information man PINY
Ct < v so f..rtuiialc.j ; : \ Grand, Governor of Florida, Col James Gadwlcn, 12, From subsequent in March 19 1836.___ 32-6w "
tint before
,. 'IIIj1't nsl aid: infirm, \a* Im the *.v- priine-uflilc> Mr JOHN GAVIN, a native of S. Mrs Rachel Giles, Charles: H Gallagher, John HGoeJAGafl&c. riding the pony on Thursday and Friday N0111UrJ. ,i ,

j" : r.ifar.flL. bills: ; .. best will Crawford called himself M'Gee, and r.reten- t I!
:'; \: Carolina.: Tho.sevho knew him appreciate county the JM: : *
i1l' 1\t.11I"L'rS ofi in t Florida, W STRAYED orstuknon
the I
horses for campaign
t11fl Tlie atl'ectionate and Hardin William Holland Dr. G. W EW- ded to be buying
dutiful Martin
:: dJlj 1101l'lil uvowe inicrmlrrnHi Iliere :: : him m.st.-He' was a and a'.so that he was the son-in-law of Gen. John inst. a dark Bay Horse probal.h ; '
\\'f'rer.:11pftl.' and kind brother land, Peter Howard, Col Ceo S Hawkins, 2, LI'u said ho \ : :
: tlll'Sf1ItPIr I i tender son-a fond, artectionate, Alabama that he W Uocverwdl return :
; thin now ; nine od.:
ol state
: HIXiIIlIS tlr:1II op- I Ian, Scott foimerly auuui years '
L Har' Edwin
!.. :i IUJ arc : Jno Hcmphiil, S J Huron,Jas ard reasonably!
Mr in bales shall
.hIlC"l.'rCIIII.' 1'reind kind and indulgent master. cotton Bull of Tallahassee '
tLc 111I..Siu'rt.. _Lctisi r..ii a 'sincere a Sarah Harley, Archibald Hunter, Wm [luntcrChaaflaire had lost a great deal provisions, to JabczB 32.3w: tt :: '

:"uml\: i.I re\'CII"l' I Gavin: metvifh a severe loss, which he seemed notable Jas hale,Mark D Holland, As.,ph Hibb, l'liosll.rlev about fifty negroes by the act ofthe Seminolo Indiansand Wilhlacnorhy. rewarded. March 18th Id36. '! '

l"-l !;!;:::\'t-, nro informcil that : /o si.pporlwclve days before his death, he Miss Caroline Howard.G that he obtained the poncy at the battle of NOTICE. tho ;:

;. t'u.n; of ilns I 'lyr.uoryRfd i Ionian aged; tender, and all clionate mother, and a M Ivey, Dr Bcnj Johnson, 2, Thomas Jolnson.} shouldered five feet "eekswccksafter dale, weshahlappyto letl "j [ !
old S for : >
of tt..t
is ahoul25 stoop
p lev J He years of Leon county
t unis Abner Jackson the court
!; theIvvnimun Wm Johnson Gco Jennings Hon county .
t .I. Kvaratoa: from ailVnignatc] an.iablc] sister. The difleience bel bad' looking teeth ChrU.'w- : !
,,,- .A 41 i hlH'iIl1u";. ; t ; i HHK: L 8 or 10 I i inches hih Ilark complected, administration on the estate Samuel S. :1
C.iry JIscy.
: Lrnlt-d Stales.wrae mother and sisters death was only 14 Jerry, and Iiircapbroadcloth clothing,and 4 ; (
ufAikau-asanJof: t.c \ cen his Miss A Kcacha, Joseph King:, Mrs H Kenan, seal skin boots, a pher late of uxid county deceased.

:1ljIIl'1 C'* lit i. f."f t j\c\ n.d lvw h.mrs-/lie! hock was too great for human nature; Ralph Kirkland Mary Kerrcn, John B Keen, D ercy losings. He probaly has accomplices, as two ADAM W1RICK. r

i1.rt lex"'! :. : .lud'I'I 1-:1.: .. .LIf1It's; CIa rk El'I' lh.l j, and lie i'ell asleep in the arms Christ. Mr. Gavin I Keith, Cart J B Lancaster, 7, Romeo Lewis,2. Ddvid other horses were stolen the same night near Knoxville March 12. 32-9w ANN UH1USTUPHEK.NOTICE. -.- ,J
'!II C:11'41.I:21'l'!I Ilrl.lfSUI : U\llHI: 2eie Wm Lester Dr Carter Lee, Mrs Miry A 20 miles west of phce. .
"Ih' .1tV.rtii/ i wi2> an hoiuist: ahd hunor.ible man. He has left an Lockamy, JAMES THOMPSON. ,

; 1,1 \ 'I'{'::II1: : itHcsn.ui. VeaicTtf affectionate bro.'licr: and other near relatives to la- I Luckett, Jack Lovit, Mrs Jcnuet Leslie, M Lazarus, March 7. 1836. 33tf !XwccksaftercateishuUopp1ytothcHOfl.h: I ; 1
,:!Jil'" ... .11.I 1 lj j'a al' .1Sl 11101 ra1i ; I George Long, T L'UUUCLi.VUIyg) .t 1.n James Lefler. R fl --Macon (1' P..JCOUUry::.c court: Leon county, mribtrai letters of adi'
\\-- 'If i: : his de.uk I knew him well-I see of stvi t
f'11'; Inca untimely NOTICE.THE of Jacob llorger, late 1
: Long. : !"n un the estate ,
o .I.tlli I V."l'd ..t t, p.Jr. him now, backwaid) in speech, but correct in obser- Hamptor. Mattox, 2, Daniel McDonald, 2, D 11 county deceased. 5 l'EPnV.. SNELL !
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on his Mays C J Mannil Dr J McLenunc, John MKcnnon S h I!JLh B36. 32 6w___
'II ie (:;1 !i v.ituui Truth was ever tongue. liB have this day entered _ Mar
II P Mies
.- -- = Isaac McGlawhon, Jno Mooney, ;
: ii! t41 prc''ai1! {'111- --- -r i into copartncrship un- Reward.
: "u :11jIs' Maxwell Wm 1000 Dollars

\\\C nOi1fl'ilcs: ,: r.'uWf ''Ht.'t.I I.if: ds
Mooring stock
entire >
I,t \ ,,' IM*. .lIIll'lIl1lan'1 i l l.a\t: inailo iiupiirtesi ; I < Urs ill the Virginia Stale Lottery, Class No 7.C.tti M'at P ri Mays, Chas MrClusky, J M,.C-ugs, H of Kcrr and Slurgcs Groceries,their and Provision ofgcx R the 2d i-f Feb.a ycl ow man by the name of HI'

!"t. cat.It. I. ('UlUl'lUI't..t.; 1C.OOO' 6,000, 5,)UO. 4,000, Marel! us at St. Marks, consivling old blacsnuth by trade. *
'lit' ''i'J. ;1.j1"1': ;II'C s : : Prises &30,0on, Myers, R Manning Neil McVlchlin. also Goods Hardware, &.c. Their ).SI.A ubuui2'J years ; a

;lI lin-AiniTiii'! '".,;!'tn t i
I Warehouses being large is : \'
anncnt ihe crrn lv I (.outlay I thc 5th inst.TioKcts Madame the color forward hen walking, a supenworknian
.'nan-wo t )1'tlf.\: !: It'i : ry, Mnige. attending to a commission business, itojps
wise other a c "-
(rllht''t'"tt'rJ I ? Tuest'' ate tiivided l tl\ ;\ line: I flO t siuircs in proportion 'VILSOX.UOtl Miles Nash, Pricilla Nortons, (servant) MrsFranccs ; receiving propose and forwarding of goods and cotton, to which not to be surpassed by and any remarkably as ft.. ., 1 1f

; ihoitrilri :ir-h iKth; H.W WM. Nicks. will sinlit, is fond gambling, *
: .1.! T'lhn 4)1' i'nu'id.i."( to .- themselves to pay snch attention as riage i i.I \: .J
u; II.PVIMHTI I ; ; they pledge inches high. I
in- Wanted Mrs Mary Ann Onicl,M Ormack, from the merchants of f tratiu.c, and is about five fctt ten .
.lft'IIII'1fI..tlt JMvrri.tr. liy } Axmcn I to liberal patronage I.
entitle them free man as
rme:: t t'> Jeremiah 4,1 N Partridge, 3, Miss Cline will douL.i less attempt to pass as a .
I jK-iinf! iif. iii-M't' II' u'i'i' 1 foe t-'i'H lluU i ttiii! liiiipns! H \l\K un-lc"N!;nell contractors for the Tallahassee Powell 2, Powel Jno H Par er, Bcnj J Put and planters of the Territory and neighboring coan- carried pupt-isott" with him t3 that cfl'ect and '-i!, .
; il'ir,Mio < i ill Flo.: U -iid will give one dollar per day! for good : Louisa ties of Georgia. GEORGE WALK.. :' tor
.uic name
-. .tro.i.fii: in* ii ; 1i Kul 1 < nam, 2, Geo W Prince, Tilman Purifoy, ;'Ir P. H. SWA1M, probabU pas by toe i :

.1. itdi'i:i IT, li'tui'vtr. IHUC'I' lliO hl'l'r: portion! I (\ijlc: b 1 Jicd AXlllt'I1, to work on the Rail fluad.J Pimfoy, James B Pe.lsch, William S Porte Jno ROBERT LLOYD, JOH> McDONALD. Reuben is very intellig" : '

'rct'.c'!: al'inM :til \Ift I 11 i-l FI.Iid.l: in tlie ci: st- : D. & \ '!. GRAY. PiUard, W Penson, Jas II Peden,Jos Pcbwortl, Wm LEVI A. MADDEN.St. and whin bpt ken to never stands sd'dl.' lie went Iriai--i-

JI'Ilrl1l.l'nl.: : rtui'ijiiiiitlovl: )liv (iciii 1',1011.l \ 'tHah\-.f'' ._M. r-h 31' 1S36.' 24 4w i Phillips, J J &D Pittman. E G Ponder, Mr L V :Marks March 14 1R36.328v with a n.;m by the name of David hi k.rs McDowell und dark, an hai .
with &
Thl''t' iintiit'ii; s ;;rc fMiistif.tiul: lor tlr I I'iI1rCe Cdti- 10 tr Dollars Reward. Peebles.! man, 1 is "ry tall, I will give .i.. f. :
Francis J Ross Wanted. about 4U
.Il'lr I Mis Leah Rush. John Roberts, Lumber :I:' to be years
tlt:1I 1
411.\.i0I1S t I 5upj
ul thC, 't'l\-n; IH; 11 ; I from the subscriber in January last R the detection of the said fllcDow ;i ,
I J g: .NVW.\Y Benj Ross, 2, Geo W Rose, Rancy &Ihrisol I proposalsendorsed"Proposa'; above reward for .. ,
operations written
j"iiiries, .1 III.t t. is.LirlTi about 22 old, named LUN, said in his possessi -
.g Ji't:1\)<'zr.i in in years Reid Robinson Regan Col 0 b ees,2, FURTHER the subscribe-r ; and propi'of his having negro s
I by
,hdlld.lS dlllLfIr: 1'Jr rII11'JIth'r.: ; a sid :11' I oruifi'y bc'.nn: ) ;;:cd li' Dr. McLcmor*,and}i j.supposed : Richard Wyatt B Rives, Canada ROUSP, Jess Russcl will be timber and a net "i. $500 flolhis for the apprehension and confinem (

te, !! u'Jicnevcr nn i enemy move'si : GoldsViro'iah's or Cnpt. White's plan- Jno until the 15lh of April, for supplying Jail m the United States so t. v
:".U usl tit '.iim.i4.1 iijiu .iitoilicr.: Campaigns i I Montirclln. 1 i h'" nbovc relrd"iI be \ Elias Ruge, J D other lumber as may be necessary : hilil.I r '
; F'h. I
.i i
., ',ust be carried oniilioul' rc1ice to artilici.il 1 1I -ivcu. for his apurihcn MICHAEL.in so that I LEDS\VORTH.,jet him. Ryan, I G Ramsey, 2, Jacob Reynolds, Davil Kidg- U.This S. Arsenal material now must building be of the best quality, yellov I JOHN. MARTIN & Co. Macon, j;- '..'
33 w

j er.'n': \v.is nt the} sent tf: G.tverment \i AI"'ri1 M 1S 6. 316w away.Giles Stuart: Capt S Shannon, Henry Sndl. Jnc pine with, free from edges sap, rot, except, and large the girders knots, must, wall-plate be sawcd ; :\ The March Intelligencer Tuscaloosa Miss. Bulletin, Journal'. Orleans Montgon, C >k.riM ..-- ,1.

of flic l.itlk-s with NOTICE. no Swclmon J L Saxon, Hambhn Sn.11Wni square be hewed, and conform u ry, Arius Columbus .
nri !iufu.allliiu! : was n'in'cI! 5hJ and tie bean, which may Jackscn Miss., Even t ,
;TtSenmr.'K.. a ud as iliv rri K Smith PobtCin.-iimdti,
trktterc 3 C a Sibley, 2, Jos ,
COUrt of Jflfpi-e n county uUler, for his govcrnmenr. Sav 1
cou'.iiinn.e.iaiflv contractor ; iforward
', the I ot, nmi V furnished the .1'al1abasscelepublican
1 >
\as 1
ane Ui"H1 sj] Miss Floridian
,if administrntion; upon the pcisonal estate of Dr Jas R Smith, Allen Smith, Ann'ander I will please state their price pei Fayettviiami <
jovcrnuieiil' l Persons offering Observer
Ttalr: \ li.e 1 orders of the Smith Jacob Siroman, .Met Charleston, ,; "
deceascd' Sanders Mrs Elizabeth whether w il!] nah Ga. cury .
l.ltcof Jcferson county John and they ,
; Dr. 'V.I" J. Tuylor, toot superficial inch measure; North Carolina,and Intelligt s.ccr '
;.ta General G.iiiiijs1; :: .seivicrs were required I J.D. PARISH.Montirflln. Gen 'Vin6eld Scott. the -\rsenal grouLd or at the Standard Raleigh ,. fa
deliveries on six times, al
tere, Guieral: Se.'Ji \\3- ordered to FloridaUtethe : l M.irch 23 183ft.' 34-G-v Wm Thomas, Rev Jas H Tyng, Simeon Thcus, mike Arsenal their wharfon the Appalaerncola.Payment PClt r:5burih' insert John the Martin above & IIrt' Ma&i; > ,t-..{I. i

: direciinn' of the (3 \I'liI.: Cireumwesabout J NOTICE. Mrs M P Treplett, Tnos E Turner, WmL Taylor, to be made on delivery, reserving. ten percent ;liexrtccounLsto, \

; tiuxtiuic i : j>!iowrd tin I necessity 01| Honorable Peter H Taylor. for the fulfilment of the whole contract. Ga., tV>r fuJSuatwrhjhl's. nt. ;
:t.tiiiaiialjiiii.iinlfiirre! : \ our western fronr.aswd I; 1 Q ]JX weeks after dato, I shill Apply to the Miss C 0 U.idcr\vood. ,as Cotton Gins. .. is
upon for let-
I jnt.c' d the Gadsden County Court, Vickers Keildar Van, Capl A Van Veigh. lumber must be inspected i ip.unuficturctsot
duties 1 rovvywit Nathan received the .iarnesb'oatwri.r
I ;
., wuli! relation to posihe the c t\lC of Tristram Bos- Before it can be II 11:subscribersat ,ol Air.I ..
il1miisnninn! on ]
of the Master .t
irrs able to contract by Ci-luiv.biaS. t
)t Uheiiaitral position: t>f the jovernment deceased.MnrH ton. Jas Wnleworth and' pronounced agre- T tJotioniiius, M
I tick lute of'oid oiiuiity Wm Weedon, Mason who will be sworn to do jcs- ci"these cckLt.
\Vililms. the U. S. .
: 11 ma stipulation; in the I irraiy with I Mexico i I g *. 1S-.G: .\: .Hw ANN R. BOSTICK. J D Westcott, 2, Lervis 3, Caby Witkins, Builder for concerned. will con'' rc to deliver any qiuihlily dollars SAW. Pt -
: the Uiiited Mtatrs to restrain thelvn.2 2 Joialhan lice to the parties ted Gins <' this place fur iluve j-er
.t'.rrqlllfes 3 Williams, ,
I iN'OTlCK.IX Sand H Whilakcr. Drewry Carpenters, can find constant employment iiiciius.l cs Vi HI.! these Gi .
,I AiIJn : : terntorie-! frlll11he. 2 HiihmdWaters. A few good desr.i" ofs.up-lj 1115;
ujth'-u: ihfjr B Whitthurst, sons
shall \ to the lion. Williams, the s t -
| I apply \VatsonIsle ( to
.l\tc Arsenal.
nfirr 'vc nuiicd.'iicaj'pucaiior.
Tlie Nixihvi i ;::< weeks C \\ihls. 2 on the will d. v.ri. ( ) imikc : o
.i Will'ams ,
:nl m uj : $' :iitios! in Mexico. Ctlie Judc of t lie C'mtvy roiut of Ji-ff-rson coun Page Nester, John JNO. WILLIAMSON, scribers f'r ihc inimL'tr ;::ill.lis\;.. -ki.oncvi.be hI .

':' It'nl <8 tlnTeSre! ordered tn the frontiers ';,r lcti's 1 of ndivmtistr.iMiin upon the personal ET Wilissn. S V WakrJ.rtSV"llcc.ElberL\ I Lieut. U. S. A. Superintending.Chattnhoo i o this u>.:..i y. I in \;...' i-; iit::.i.cd, rr -

.i-jVik-isoii I the I 1aleuf I limits I i ty. deceased IIll'rII'iIlhl, h i,1 c si-lie of Elas :calc, Kite of-T.-rson comity AVarren, 'hecFI vigils to lhf-zi nJiipiiui.i; i tiv in (_. n.u.: ->j.u* liity

tJl1'' 'ij'lu prenoe ril an ollirer 4If t rank and SAMSON DALLARD, West, N IF Walker, S Webber.David Goods. forWArd tbir i-rdcr .:.-d l.ivc tiv.Ti"a slipp.; '
391 let :
[ crsj J
,' el'lI' i;, (Jtlft'f (;;i'iK-s; was: din 't11 lo lake the ELIJAH NEALE. Young, George 'oung. will Spring and in tim fur the next crop i>i'c.t:on. 1.1
:!"lu31 wiTh I I special in- 'n"tir"loI.rr.h 2: 1 lS6. 31-fi.v_ Persons calling for the above letters please sulv-cribuis arc receiving per Brig Avis, i iI BiJ.3IlNLYRD&Cc: t 1,
; oiuaunul I..
In I ')Ui-i1 fl J, : __ 1. G. SEARCY. l.M. THE assortment of SPRING
advertised. tlantic.a large St-4v I .
-- A 1
ncr 7ih I IdbG.:
say I < March -
cuns:: inr; Ilk GitVfttnneiit.The nccrsarywtre Lost N otes. their hitnda arc invited to examine.MARTIN&HART. -Magnnli.x --_--------- .

:t':1i stiti; to General Gainewho about; about the 24ih ultimo, a bundle o"J -. B. Waller Taylo-, I' GUODS, which. "NOTICE. f".
OFT on
">'"';"' 'tf'"' iii, > head: !pr.irlersal: Memphis and lL I Notes ,haiK1: payable to the subscriber, awong settled in Tallahassee\ and rspec I Man'h9 S3r. 32tf_ \VING madi; i.lIr"'I'"Clucnts to give up. t'.- >I'':'

'aIred to New Oilcans where asrertnttmifr the rf'< !Urt--d one on Kerr & Stunjess, (since his professional servicesto his H Drug Lu.sinbs on the 1-ipf nprili-c.\: I to \l 'h- '
hi'-h are .
!' Florida I he ora \\ '." on Wm. Cole, and the public. His office ion the NOTIC Jr. 1 \IH anxions licluic .l.tvt litt-- f
ii'aVecondni.-ju.fillings i i in i l fur f'0'( |), one on Skipper one made to ward B.unard L'
EEliIt: q] for I and next door to the after date application W H be due ms on llio 1st ;
"*.I }oni.in H tie nmjr troops 10 join i ihe: : All person's aie rnutioncd against trading public square, 'iIX weeks dose all accounts which were ,
&c. [ for county to >av TJ
the court itcnt
th 1. "Ie l to inc.ISAC. aBerthclot, Esq. :hc ll >n. ihejuugc of county Those that can make it ci.nv
IB. \\'h..h:1': (,olt'etCllthert':: ; iiil lakitin: tnv. n' ic oj 11:11111 !pav: fur letters of administration on January. If thu&e whi < .. 'I
W. MITCELL. 22 1336.333ms GaJsden, doingso.
or much oblige me by ,
IIIIlIJ.Ie, prnrti-te.l! 4 m the- route in Fltlrida.lPm.:1clIl. t Ellen Chappell late of said county de- will will call and settle ti. p,
: ; !., rcpivt-d :i .ll*\ eSIX .
11 / J depend
:' ( NOTICE.X after date, I present my t"UUI' by note they may reascn.tl i
iiilitrinati'iii'tdcrs snai be /
L'lIl'rai. Lilli mO/lhs 336wCVWTaAL
cnii.n.tii4icuittjr" : 10 t 26 IS36- which can
si and to March for their payment :
final settlement granted :
\\\liiri h t: were ...1..1111 I I tu iv,>up, ""k. (rcot- wcrks after d.ue I shall apply to the Hon. vouchers for a Court of Leon ally BANK or FLORIDA. > asked- The notes will be left with Mr. D.nuar"I'.

': Li''; toauait New Orli-.nx.; \ Jiul eof ttisctiuiHy couitof Madison countylor the Honorable the County 1836. $ willing to settle either by cast: 1 r 't
: their nccptimi :it .hr : Leonard from the Administratorship tic Estate Tallahassee,Feb.27 Those who are not ;
, I on the estate for a discharge 1 compelled ilea -
if am "
Irtrsaet:11! : (\ T-.H.! ('t(1)(1| :, copy of the l -tuT.."f deceased. of James Hughes, deceased- Stockholders of this institution are hereby note, I trust will not complain t,. ;

, J)r SII. ;. Uiucl! lnc"11; Concral I Jc. tt'iu coin- L"t'lul.1tc' of sud cumuv BENJAMIN EDWARDSM.irrh HENRY F. SIMMONS, Adn'r.September THE that an instalment of two dollars on each velheir accounts in a Lawyer'shandsforcollect Mr. Barra.- .

,. taij4f11, ( !)'n.t..Mxi:, ill Kim il.i; :111,11\\-1\! much \4-Gw: 5. 1835._4-Cm_ share of stock,has been called for by the board of directors The business will be continued by conducting; .. .'. t
<'J? l i'r; at the in the manner ,
change !
'. '{!ittiJSlnctlf'l1o'l1'tllc: l'r.It'1aror \\'ar to tlwt and the some will be due and payable without any withme & I.. .: i
l I or Stolen, NOTICE ; on the first day of and those who have opened accounts Ji
r.rr.as Strayed House in Tallahassee, 'i
n'qairJ him the CII"1'ligll> Banking them i. .
( to C'IrI'III wish to
: sch 0who open
ciibcr Sumlayjii"ht subscriber has just received, per oner L. A. THOMPSON, the 1st ofian. may 4 .
, hltlkl.lt re.i1 \ hnutnlaTH-s! : L-J I Fr .m .the Mib on May next. be settled as usual at I. {*
, "". hirttnental I ; small chesnut sorrel THE' direct from N.York, : general assortment Ca'ihier.IN continue ihem with him, to l' ,.:
.b.G"lll'IJG.lil1': ItH\\'c'\'lr, pr\'ion..l.\ to I 1. : vev -._:_. ',' I last, a hands hishS or 9 of Groceries,-consisting of 29 commencement of the new year. .'
: -abiut B.
Oit'IUIJI,11h..Il't1: : ; JliUIL'lf t II' the1)- ..ii' LEON .i.

. 7; "n':<.. tOf.1IlltlllilC WIllI. thl'l, "1I\1 1 a! 1 he !Iiai: .t. "I I, vf.,1_ 01.1 k :a small white spot on lump her forehead on her back, right a- Cognac Jamaica Brandy Rum N., E. Rum. To larch Term, 1835. Tallahassee March 3d 1826. 30lf -. \., ..
to hc fetlock, a t Ho.
'"en ti General Cln.ch, 114a I he OjouUl oo.ope- hunt f.> .t middle.while with white hiiis, is in pretty good order Old Rectified Whiskey, Common Whiskey, i Charles Haire, ) \:NOTICE. .' .. .:L
"' the estate
'ewith' 1'"n' < lie llc": > l Ji* cI'lIII) proree.l, and IM.UI nbou' fi-tlocks has btcn recently trimmed, Holland Gin, VS >IN ATTACHMENT persons having claims against :1
li.'ur J
;i iftPUrleJ tc, the Adjutant G.nVnilunder I ili< Ir.is :i lonj inane and tiil-dark sor- Claret, S'cily, ) IraSanborn, ) ALL R.Muaray, late Jefferson con ,0, ,:!

. tel these circumManwNthal.liuth: Genc r.iilier I roughlv suH-i'ile, seward will be paid on her delivery Madeira, Port, and \ WINES. f 'HE defendant, Ira Sanborn, and all other perSons deceased,are most earnestly requested to present tie 1.
11 ; I Ci! &I'. A SCuba interested, are hereby notified,that a writ all indebted to the said eSltth .
JL and
I -cwiaiid- Gl'IJl'-.d Uaincs ;uc i.ow in FJuriJaJonierttand I u the s.un.cribcr in:TallahasseeA'.ni > WM.'- HILLIARD.I Malaga, and Jamaica Coffee, attachment has been sued out of the Clerk's Officeof properly to make payment attested,on or before the 25tb day ofthe rm j 1 :1

I 1st I ISfai.34i and tkat to sat;
; Tobacco, Leon Court, in the above stated case, they month to the ubscriljjr who isanxious
: : : I ,- Cavendish sent t ni
: tl1 It Mr. PI'f'.toll.O, Road .Nolice.iril and plead to the declaration with as little posj.il-
; ., ; laU A Superior lot of Saddlery, arc hereby required 10 appear the af airs oft e said estate, ; ia
and i.
, 'clncc.si.MorihB, DMiHofColuiiiliiaition I lo : StockhoMiij, oldie Tallahassee Rail Road, Fresh Teas, according to the Statute in such case delay as practicable, being obliged to leave the 1. !

. e Sta1rs ur \ that 12 per cent on each Castor Oil, <$ JAS.A.BEK.THELOT, forthwith,after ihe above date.
ltT'landIntI V i allract.n 'c provided. ritory :1.
; ir<,"ia. : Jl Ire befell)' ; assortment of for Plaintiff.Labourer's Adm'r.
, I be paid forthwith, in place Expected per schr. Joy, n general Dec. 12 1835.J I8tf Attorney B. McBRIDE,
much [ required .
aut.ition 3fi.ioxU be
is will
pc"lilfiy the shurc all which tJ'
0 ( ; omnrg i CAntline on the 13th' of Jan. list,as heretofore SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, Wanted. Jefferson county, March 4 1836.318w _
toutbl'nI) mrfilhf'ts If rOI1C1" Ad this isin-. of the 17 per : said stock due credit
( fI and\ all delinquents on sold lw for cash,
tUtr : A. FOaMY Land Company, having ap-
I riucipa1l l ( called to makeimme- Appalachicola 1"
hv tlso 0
} CfjMliim.d dnc.miiu ; November last, are upon
the 32tf THE of 9000 dollars,to the improvement
Wf' Nt the stock will be ssold, a- March 36, 1836. the sum "
41hjlilillni theitorI, otherwise _
efFect immedi-
r"1 t It) halO p\yment. of said comDv JV. Oretna.mi ofApa1achicciIawit1give;
of mischief coudiiions iu the charter between St. Sf of the town '
_ '11)' comnH'nc'l1 their vtlc efforts I \ rrncuble lo the Board, Regular Packets .Uc.k 100 LAOOREB.S. for whom me nign- .
..l -p.. ordor of the % ashiigThe ate employment to '
: IIfle .Ie rtilory u'iit: >r the! exclusive iut-i diction I :'Y. CHARLES J AUSTIN, Secretary. sclr. Ladyton est price will be given in cash. Apply to Thomas ) I)
and schr. ,, .nGadsden coun-
ofcon,1tes. 33tf M. Washington Tallahassee.John 1.
t C ?. It i iF tJioupht 1 h)' many that a I Talblmvc.Mireh) M 1836. will regularly Baltzell
Leeds apply lro'the Mitchell Appalachicola.
Wm. Peter ,
J relrOc'p",,110 oI f i1 1}. I 1)ist net wiUt0 I lfl thiC.1 nostcrtairt !i NOTICE.g season. ty,MArch or 18 1836.: 32tf_

and dii I in the Superior Court of the SWAIM at St. Marks nnIAgents. J. HACKLE1 .
'acions tvay of pulling a Mop UITS are depending of F. H. NOTICE.rlJ"'HIRTY ROBERT

3f thee t r.1nlIll'S: fiHC\'r. :"They would have I\. ,K I Middle 1 District i trar.sacionsofthc of Florida for l the,te firms adjustment of L. Sc 1 N. W. STILLWELL Talahasee., ] days after date I shall apply to the Auctioneer fy Commission MerchtwSALE :

:roUI..] Ulllcl1 lot"! much the partnership & Co of the court of the Mid
9 ln CVUU t0 Armistead and L. & M. A. Armistead ; 1835. 13tfGuardian's_ JL Hon. the Judge Superior DAYS Mondays & Saturdays. .
e 'to tnd '' would M. A- Marcus A. Armi Nov. 1st for Leon county. for leave to 11-tf
e ''U lueclldlarJ wretches againstid firms dIe districtofFlorida October, 1835
he hare and also &uits Clerk's office ,Notice. of the heirs of Horatio N. Gray, -Tallahassee_ -
t 10 ho\\1> U home '" imPolenr rn"c dt \ stead it bv n deed on file, in the sell the real estate
appears in
exhibit to the Jtdge
their over" all his estate I shall '
date said
"made of county
ow has months after late deceased.WILLIAM ,
n county
. Gixdsdcn
"nnt of
whilst CARR
his A
power, the partnership property, to SIX court for thccounty ofGadsden.myaccott .

:1 I touM" defy l'leir' mahce\n d their means. Florida, including Jones, Virginia. The subscriber the and county vouchers as goaidian of the minor 1/eirs/ Administrator in right of liis wife.
Tb' Mrs.
l"I,I IS the great reason why Mr- Preston's daughter deems it, to notify the public, that so far as said Jonathan Thomas, and applyfor a discharge. March 5th, 1836. 30 5w '

re cl lnt- said suits JESSEL McCALLCOTTON .
, lon talked the partnership affairs and 26 1835. 33-6ms NOTICE. .
- '*'J"frl a! lh'5 time so much deed may effect March ADiMiiNlSTRATOR'S:

.r o fa't I Ihereae Olher reasons, of course, ope- its validity will be contested. RANEY, GINS. mouths after date, I shall present my acconata :

upon the minds of and the. Armistead deceased.March and acquaintance of Campbell and SIX vouchers for final settlement and'aeply to
l Consress of Latimus friends
. Acting Executor of Leort County, ,
rbul of the court
,. .-.' PoX .2.SwIi'ORBES'PUiW1f1SE THE informed, that by calling on ou- the lion. Judge County {
\.uz. 16 a with Cotton from the Administratorship of. the estate .
.l.Il.I- can be supplied Gia tor a diicharga t
__: .
-_-=__ mer agent Cast Steel or Iron to I of James Bannister deceased.
\ ---- either 4
ESTRAYS. The directors of the Appalachicola land the best quality, All persons wishing the abovewti-: March 19 1836. 32-6m N, DUDLEY.-

inform the publi, suit purchasers. viz -G C. -
respectfully call on our agents, : NOTICE.
STIUYII Stolen nbout o company, cle will do well to
or sale of Jcffeson
V & Co.
to a Williams the .
of _ that engagements preparatory Williams. Leon county: D. days after date, I shall apjily to
L'h0&LtO week ki'ice, from the plantation on the 19th of April next *ill D. Harrison, Gulden county J. end THIRTY of the Superiorcourt tif the Mid-
-hite Ki"'d,>lph, a small dark bay Mare, with! lots I til ui.til that time, and possibly during that county; Wm.Jackson county Florida, for father Judge for Leon for leave to FULL supply of Landreths' superior e._'tlr--
them ofFlorida
&. dijie marks' aud a chcsnul sorrel Horse, '\'Ithtoth detain time.those residing on the |purchase W. Ro.ilOn, qUAlity, ltc, diD Distiict Freshwater minor A herb and.flower seeds tot received and warr;in.i '
the mean of
iic In price
'pot.or. his' right check, and co.llar m: ksR&itcd. .- month. continue to occupy'at a fair rent by the particulars al to ARCHIBALD CAMPBEL sell the real estate J.8.FRESHWATER dby- K.B.PERKUS: %

111elt; A suitable reward will be iven to may purchase at their option so soon .&I the .jOHNM.GLAZE. ; of said county. NGt'Q 16.. 183_ JOt .

I t.iho wilt} deliver them to me in town, or to year, or may shall bare completed their engagement *t Marion coouiy Gao J4uc1I 6f' -March i. 195630 5w l '!' '

tr&ecr on the plant Directors 31\1' Uckoc village,
MJ8, 1836. \
IItk 11. 11t( 1. H. RANDOLPH, thai pWe.T.v1J'I .


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: .' .' -- -- -_-._,!, -- -- '-. -, .- -- -- -- --- of avoiding the rigours of their climate. Every stranger who ha visited By order of the."Bpara. r, oljrtfctars. -of Ac St. 'o ". Mid' "Lake Wimico t
-r WHtMiST
St. Joseph. even with strong prejudices igamsi it, has been constrained Company; 'to. ;1.i QJ 8t

.tt CARD e to yield them, and become its friend. Arid conttrsum, has so umrer- P Information .has lrlartl rl
: BERTRAM R. C. ALLENt es dent. been
.t. mat the few TIIOS. ,
sally followed rwtrafun by its Appalachicda antagonists, partment or the receivea t .
f E. J. WOOD 1 !
4' remaining ones now refuse to go thither, flora fear that they also maybe- the Xchanb"t Orrati
JENKINS treaty with
; S ,1 unfaithft JOHN tl e Suhon
; : : come to their first Jove. 30th orMUIca
: Of Arralachicola.poman, who has an) character to lose, will say, CYRUS t ofept. last, by tIle
': ag
The Directors of the St. Joseph and Lake Wimico Company haves CUNNINGHAM vernmentstnt ntor
I t .., jnsi seen aprinied paper which has beeii extensively circulated by the that at ordinary tides, vessels drawing more than eight fet water can get A. H. FALCONER. Directors is nut for that pu "
treaty i
twelve feet consider
within three miles of the town or those more by the .
of the : of M. ;
t !; propriciors town of Appalachicola, under he/ran Joseph and E J HARDIN, SuIt
vessels gone intI ml
suet eae
II v' nrarer than twenty miles. And that must discharge -11
c'n the
Florida !
( ', White, the delegate in Congress from the Territory of : arnit ROB. BEVERIDGE, 80th or J '
take in their tram lighters in an open bay; into which a laden the day on which
.; ,: which is designed to influence public opinion, in relation to the respective ALLEN ASHER J the consent
I te3m-boat'ale that ihe Superior or
He wHl not 01
t ... jnerits of the towns of Appalachicola und Sl. Joseph. river nOl venture. deny ship CHAIR the Untied Stiltes Was t
l ". ,. .IP? To thai part of the publication, which in the lama of the '' Directors drawing only sixteen feet when l dc1, entered ihe Esunern; Pass. cation; and all duies: given to 'Ja
in October last, And owing the dillicuty ol unloading and lond.ng nrlherChar
1 pf the Company denies intention of es&abflsh tC I have been
Appalachicola Sr. exactel
JOSEru..11.IJpalachicolaMcClay .
.: detailed there until within week NAMES or PERSONS INTERESTED IN l\rnerican
while at anchor in tie bay,/has been a
; : jug any other town than Appalachicola, the undersigped will only rep } i doninunsr the :) v '

:'-,ice! '..:; fhai% ih! iuten ions ol the parties, are best known themselves. But they thai past ;after that being for her laden lighterage, she has alone been, i.ear, SOC has, been and isstill charged detained-and, & Asher, \Om G Porter, Edw'd J Hardin, E I: I liione.!: date, beytld liultan: those sillce, the

o: deny that the nport at'such int'ntion. original with the friends of St. the bar tnable hcrto J 'Vood 'Vood. John Jenkins II Hawley, N Hawley, B S I-Inw- I: the said: 8tipufare4!
to H R ,
I 'f It before the St. formed wai:ing for a hind wind, to raise the water on so as treaty \\ill be
n"I { f 1 4 Joseph.and was was current, long by ihealrnoii Joseph universal Company belief was, tliat theland : to sea ; that every laden ship in ihebay, is left aground by the ebb I hey, R. Be\'cridge, C Dykeman, Webster, 0 Marsh, W D Price, Jas I; SUnS bJ whom thty returnedtllht
; i nncI5juslhcr. fC Black Thus Bertram P La Prade, It Scott, Gab J Pio ,', werepaiduJIlQ
[ '.r : ," is a much better site fur a commercial 1 t 'rim' s Penny, } I, uon being rmde G
". i ::1 tiy l: than opposite. : And i if thrre is no more candour, and sincerity Nor will he deny thai the bay, harbour, and river, is full of, and deformed E Lahrop: Kilburn & co, G L Cunningham, J 1PotL', J T E\"ans. J Y Sill/au. 'I'hme onpnal.t vernlbetlt ,

} t I ; )J in the \pralacll'llla., other of the publication, we may be by sand bars mud banks and oys.er bedsr; that opposite t to, and[ Smith, T Taylor, It II Bull Marcus Trumbull, S S.mpson, II V GneJl, I ratification I of the treaty, tl 'b
S I ftr for persUtm.I in unbelief portions surrounding ihi town, there arc more than twenty Ih u ot mud[ J R n Westcott & co, G Stewart E Ilamilllln, Jas Buchanan, Sam Sban- 1 President Waa .
Ir ". pardoned The relerred to; contains an extract from a memorial to Con- shoals ali marsh, tdt uncovered at eve y iec *s oi l the tide ; and that t uorV', Cromwell, W. Rodgers, Falconer & Kimbrough J It Belton, S of having taket by I tit agint t;

t'tiit cress, .signed paper by eiyh ten most respeciablp individuals, and mercantile from causes winch millions of dolars: cannot f'move. the annual I I Seaman, A K Allison M Clark, R II StCw.-rt, Captain tonrt.cV being exchanged, and Ihf ?,? re

{ ", Sims | the: establishment: of a separate Judicial I PjMrict ai Appa- I visitants of ihe town, are pes-ilcnce! .and death :: lo ,such an txtlnl. that I r Rowlett J M Harris, Jns Ev.-ns. I return [not having y, t reached

:: jaehicoln! :'and the obvious intent is, to induce a belief; that ihe sl! ner, i' no one who has the means of removing lis family is so reckless of.thcirlives .'It Columbus, Ga Seiborn Jones, John Fontaine & co, J S Calhoun, n.e.iMt. ? cannot be officially! proj' *

pic advocates jf that Whereas m lzcififtttn' out of the sixieen I l as to suffer them io rem iin then, in ihe month of>1 July, Au U'l, S K Hodges, Calhoun Bass, Chs L Bass Preston & Nelmes! P D !: in the rncjn time the 'InlbwinT

:i ur\"I'JI signers, arc twn the friends of St. Joseph : and so aUo, were the sei'ieralcr and October In contradciion: of ihe assertions ot ihe Dele- Woridrurt, Wo-'drufT, H S Siniti S.ewart & Fontaine: .las A Shoiter, I its contents may 1 Ie loundcantile a

J :! two deceased! parties. TJie ijiftnoiuil is n jt daied; ; and the publishers, gat.-, who has n.'vcr -sc.n them the t1I11JcIHgllcd tale, Iha: t the bayou whic I Judge ('olquetiV P Alalone, 'I I hos Hl.xcr111 Holland, J D Green, community usefurfo

: ':" have not had the candour to add that ihosc:'same memorialists, with lour c connects Lake Wimico with Appalarhiroa river, is itself a river which Win Hays, Minims, I: fr Hardaway, G W Smith, II Hooper, A liar- J

'E. fifths of the citizi-ns. of Franklin County, including those of Appalachi I ai' I is junc,ion with, is of much ieatcr width i than the A, palaclucolaitsell wood.: E S Greenwood, E R Hill, J E Davis, A Ragun, 'V 1 ulday, Cbs Abstract of the treaty ui/Jij/
'j i hat it is about six miles! in with an wid' h of two Jordan Dr The .VIllt.
.. : jrola: ha\e. long since, petitioned the J-egisJature of Fload3. tu remove' I ; length avcrag" l\1t.G'hec.: I citizens ol! the United
'i '.;'. jhc( sessions of the superior, and county courtb, Appalachicola w.. Iluudlcd yards ; and a depth, f.om. bank to bank, exceeding fifteen feet Jt FranklinJla.-JnoU Rowland, Judge Spann..f.Vfir enter and depart I 1''om of SI.1ea .
,I.I -< St. J..seph : and that a law has been passed to that elI ct. This undent.able That Lake W imico is a beautiful expanse of water, <>f about ihree miles! Yi.rk-Charles Ookford' A P Urfi'rd.At t longing tr'lhe Sultan, with any the,

I ;, i. ;. s'.atcmf-nt! of facts, leaves the necessary inference, hat. the publication diameter ; and is tile cs: liar) of numerous rivers or bay us, of concidera- JVcip (ans-Jarob Uickvvith, Buchanan &. Hagan, G Macher, I go and : buy ell 3ny liDdo
Vas ble size. That while the general depth of water throughout the Lake, is M Gerardin. I iniy ; and excJ
's, :: designed! to ghe to the proprietors of'Appalachicola, all the benefit ] without restraint lhtr
; from seven to nine feet there is a channel Irom ten twelve feet from Jl rxcep: that .
; pf an nntrn' h, without the hazard of its open assertion. I. I'nisac'ila-Jmlg1 Cameron. I I"1t.\
',1 The snm- pap. r publishes a letter, signed by Joseph M. White, oui Del- its junction with the bayou already described, to a bar ai the entrance of I .1t Key nV/-Judge Webb, It Fitzpntrirk. t Zanzibar, muslct ts. |ovvdrraDj!

; "'f) in Congress which has been rend with equal regret and aMomslijnent. bayou Columbus. That this bar, i is less than lOOyaid wide ; with a depth Florida-Judge W > Pope, Judge J Uolunson, G S Hawkins.. Morris only to be sold to t ie Government(
Jgalc' of water on it. o1' three and a half foil that it i is composed of matter," A Ii Smith I ) J Robinson.} resiriclion is ut : boJl.
'. It purp" rts to have been written' in reply to a letter fom a gentleman ; McRae, J Derrick, I I nut Y".lltlthe' I.i
;'t .. in cw-Y 011., questing Col.Vhiie's opinion of the relative U prcjer.Me.nsof so soft, that without elI Jrt, a man can sink a pole twelve or more feet.- Jt Fort (;Zint.-\\ Ford, R Williami ,, E Simpson. duties itfa ny dt-scr ption shall( Sar.4. -V
-: I That with a dredjjinginachinf.nowUiildinjy, it may be removed in a single I beuacitd'nn
r the towns of Appalachicola, and St. Joseph. Which opinion Jt CIattaIaticIieeJV Kin? vessels or impoits from
I ;heurici: j>ronji>cs tl give in ptrfect) andour," and in "allsin-enty." I week. That bayou Columbus, hidl connects Lake Wimico wish: the St. Jt BainbniiKt Donaldea, F J Arnett, C M Amos. I IJt ; 5 \the 'ijexerpting 1ed .

'; :r4 IJel'orc j rocceding; to expose the ( mis-statements in this letter, Joseph Rail-lload, is about eight miles ill length, fiom the Lake to the 1'ul'n."aHtc-Btn Chaircs, R K Call, .1 G Gamble, R Gamb'e, JohnS per cent npot[) suchi'ari"cargo III'
111:1'he l .
., : L the ullcrignet aver, without the fear contradiction, that Cil.V.. Road ; with a depth throughout the whole distan :e, of from fifteen to Shepard!, Judge Randall, John Yark"il1. Je 'e H Wi list \\ rn P Craig, as : : .decl; OIIIJ. hosItili ch'rt;, **

'oJ : jlalC\'cr seen bay, or tewn site of St. Joseph ; nor Lake 'VU1CO; twenty feet, from shoie to shore. Tim its wedlh is no where less than, J os Croskie, Win Wyatt, H F Simmons, It C Allen, John Eridiiuan.Jlabama I evt-r : be made- upon any vtx.t( *
: ,! oi sixty yards; and varies from i hat to tnu hundred yards : that at the Rail D It S Heal. a }port ffir I he IIU'HIHI
V L nor the b : ;. (Lemmas lie I jassed it, in going to, and returning from Appalachicola, I i Road, it forma llIge and commodious basin ; capable of accommodating taininir i refreshment t, or inquiring IfltSb'

r : upon the Hilary usit be ever made to thai town. That his stay in the: as many ste-un-boats, as can lie at AppaladiicolaThat throughout the the rita I hct. The uties!
: whole of the and lie tide ebbs and! with the Copy of a letter from Jos. M. White Dtll> .1tC in Congress paid; by Iller
': ',',. sown, did not exceed a few hours; a portion of which !time was consumed extent bayous Lake flows to a live i parties in the { (iris of '
4I. same regularity, as at ilachiieola. That Lake Wimico is no more in New York I each
: in dtlixenng an electioneering speech toils few inhabitants ; who, at his App[ gentleman never exceed (those
:';}, ieqiteist, were ha.sjly;; assembled lor the purpose. He could, therefoie I. stagnant," tSan is Lake Pon rhtra, through which so gl eat a commeice DEAR Sn: :- _. I nation.: t i'aid hy themiS
have little of and harbour is carritd to "cw. r'cans Anti that upon removal of the small -I- ask camlul- anont
bay. relaiivr
knowledge ou
: : twrl peronal my opinion ( the I prcten:;mns
t., !:. than of :t. Joseph. And if his letter had ben written for its avowed purpose bar, at the moti h of bayou < 'oluinbus. tliere will be as iiuinterrnptul and of t the town of Apalachicola! :and! I the projected village of St. Joseph's, Citizens of the United States \,??

i :'.: he ougU to ha\v told his correspondent, that he had not the infur- ts s.lfe a na\'ibailil.: from the Appalachicola river, to the end of the RailRoad and I will give it to in :all sincerity. wish to carry; cm trade in any. nftheSiiL
f ,. :.' as there will he to the town of Apialachicola and mba: the increased you shall: be
; ports itted
which But
; ma would enable) him truly to auswer his enquiry. it istoo : peru to land;
The site of and
town Apalachicola, 1 to I the period of t the decision! of
: distance is nine miles. up
.. evident that the arcicedt, was not the hue object. No one can tlOUb1, only t there uitbcmi p.iyii lax
:: that the ''eft'r4S written lor the use, and by the desire of the proprietors: I The Delegate r.dicnles the srhcme (f transferring the commerce of Colin Alitc.hel's case, in the Supreme Court, confirming the Ilt!'e11 oilier than the dntes any orbpnj

I .. : ',, tlf Appalarltieoa ; or i tat its whole form and character, was concerted I : ihe Appalachicola rive-', to Si. Joseph. His clients, however, know bet- i denounced and persecuted( claimants, was; valued! at one million of upon importsmentioned. i

t e with them.Ve accordingly' this publ'l'atio' dbtributcd through tiit ter. An i in t tl-e I estimation of men ca ale of umbTstai.d.ng" ; the subject dollars, and was represented by t thosc now opposed to us improvement Iran

:'. CtJt y i. frtui1.( J Iy! ( I H ill' The proprietors of Arralacldcola L the Delegate himself is tin object, of iid-uile. We will maKe a comp- and prosperity, as destined to be, in a few years, equal to Mobile within the American essd iball be w. ',
ri:on of t h.- two "jUles.I Sultan's i I dominions
have I'H'' bCt.1 his ; nnd I\O"t' prolit31.le cliens.; He is, even now1, in ex lent and commerce. the pt v:
f i : their nireyt and trustee ;j" but wlether he is paid for services, in detail I Upon that of Appalachicola, when a spam-boat arrives, her cargo will The title was decided unanimously by the Supreme Court, after ecrjHIIf:11l/ be hixpiinhly entertained{ .
or in ihe! ro is only known to The is not in : be landed upon the whnrl ; when it miK it-mam exposed to the weather, I m lie property s.ivedjhall be
parties. ;
: tie restoredhr) ,
S lulole eight litigation; to belong to the Their; (
4.t.\ years proprietors'
habit and oilier: injury or be -artnl to a wa-c-house. Upon iL' present
; ; :1 of render'antf ;ra1nit''s' services i and as io ihat ; n'pnicnt, proprifters; and if i vessel of'the
.. has must again be carted to the wharf and f to be vessels drawing operations were somewhat retarded by difficulties in making-n partition 1 Ci:
:;\ : no inlet e.t, ctrtain or in their town, story he may ; shipped; in States shall he brou jhl into
.' .h; !tell to the marines." is cOltitlgent. to .peak of a i irentlernan occupy more than eight feet, must he put onboard of lig> ters, and be sent and t the removal of some I incumbrances upon individual I shares, I In ni's any( i the '
I by the
A .j:' l? thc s ation.if i lepre-entativeot Florida) ; but it is> forced upon us, lyHtf either} three or liccjity miles! accoidmg a the receiving vtsei may draw all of which have recently: been gotten rid of by I the organization of ajoint be ports pirates I persons opnshall

Ills, act, and bv our duty. 'JI any one say: that we are not justified by I less, or more, I than twelve I fcci i \t a er. /nd the rargo anti". be put a board stock company, and the negotiation I of a loan to remove I th(' incumbrances set at t liheru, and the pwptriv:.

; .;. his! letter 1 And (1' ht any gentle-man, professing lo give : .caudilo- in an open bay, subject to all the risk am inconvenience cf every change on individual I share In I the mean time, a number of sttueil to time ();VliCi5 .

I. :";, piniou," and in all,sincerity," to write such a letter, upon! matters of r of weather. (persons) not having made arrangements with I the proprietors to suit American Consul; may he appoint!

p '.:l which he was ignorant 1 But aheft are matiers treated of in the letter,I According to the rates charged at Appilachicol.i, the expense upon a them, projected a town at St. ,JI eph's, about tmvcnly- eijlii miles off reside at the ports \\ here the principal:
t" 1-: .of which he h.id: knowledge : we will sec how he used it.| bale of rott'in, received and shipped, in 'es:els drawing less than bj feel : i is carried! on, ivbose and
: lie water is . . . . nti'l announced it as a city before a lot was (Idlr, a house ertcted.It persons pro-,-
:.", was not ignorant, lor instance, that, owing to t. collections exiting | cr bale . . . TjIJ: Ceiifs, shall he inviolate.i ''Iiey shall he
(: to the town and harbour ot Apnalachicola, a com.anyas; incorporated I drawing 1 over 8 fci-t, and !tess than 1 15! feet, is per bale .7'> Cents,. has been t forced forward under a high pressure power, which must sire judges the BE,

: soiue years Miic-e, I tor the purpus-e of making a si ca rn-boat canal 1, from drawing over . . . .1 1 1- . . -.78 < 'ents,. and will cause an explosion. ofdisptips between Anrs
;: I,.. ihe waters of the river Appalachian to Si.. Andrew's bay-amUu: could Upon the Si.t Josrph loutf, t'.e rompaiy pledged, hat the ag i leate There arc two reasons why they can never establish: a town of cifzcns, ami shall: receive iheprnpertTofmeric.uis !

4 :1 not have forgotcn: that lie advocated the passage of 'n act of< Confess, expense wharlage.. tinivor: ] alicia on the RailRoad.lorajje: ', and reshipment any consequence at SI. Joseph's.. They may enlist the General I and living in he btiltan's dumla

: makmg a donation) of some thousand of crs of public land: in aid tf I. i shall I I not exceed Unity ft Ih pi bale. Local) Government, pass resolutions and laws, with no otler: object! which tl ey may
t 1"t ; .-And if t !ie had forgotten, 'hat lie was to'd, that for threeyears i On :his route, the st'-itiu-bja1; ", will go line miles Anther. II'r cargo than individual 1 speculation I ; but Government I and ollicial I ceased persons, after paying the debL _...

tli ; N, past t, some cnteiiti! : ; in Florida] and in !ew-York, were agitain; the I will be laden upon <-ars, which will I I imm. liat. Iy t uai.sport i it to I ihe warehouses combinations will patronage Ihi'y may have owed lo the subjects oft I
?I! : subject of transiently the trade of the Appalachians, to St. Joseph bay ;: ot the comp 'n-. a> the wlru f in > Joseph. Tin- Rail-Road is to never ma tie a town, nor a city, 1 though, it may make Stmtmti.Bnr.tcmn.

tt. r. he. at len.st, w.ell: Kt.ew: tlatthl') charter Joseph company was I extend t to the rnd,of the whaif; Where aslnp drawing 17 feet dep h of a good sale of lots. It i is commerce, and the commercial( and mercantile -

4. olr.ained: : long I fore any; negotiations between the claimants and occu J water, may take in or discharge her carp. ,\Iltllc labour, and trouble community, that will build up a town ; and i this community t areas

: pants of the tjwn of Appalaehico'a) were attempted. And he could fcar.cely I of receiving' transporting, stounirand lUivering, will be avoided by the insensible! to newspaper pulls as ihvy are unaffected by the senseless OF PROMISE.-Xapofcair I.

I have forgotten, that he, himself, has. long since, declared it his opinion I commission-merchant be devolved tifim! the officers and agents of the ski n! of one of tho.e miserable sewers which conducts all i the exuberant Hughes: an iron master of Frail:

';. ., that Appa'aehicola' would hot answer for a commercial city ; and I company. ,\I!, reover.the great l.irili y
:.4 that another site '11:t be found. Nevertheless", he uncandidly insinuate; ., I : and taking in a ca go, will enaile ships to charge a less freightto the first place: it is proposed to divert the commerce of ,IIApalaclaicola som steeled against the barbed
I I \ that tllp project of St. Joseph, originated in I a number of persons, not and from, St. Joseph' than to, and! I lion i Appalachicola. Ever) merchnni alllllhc) immense back arrow
j'J! having made arrangements withhc \ Appalacliicola! ) to: must at once see, that upon the St.Joseph route, there will be more country: from a larjre; broad I Cupids quiver, brea hed many goftliia(

'', suit them." 1IOl,1'lnrsof expedition, and ICS, Ol i trouble, of OX|!< ll-:, fir wear ami tour, wi.tl ol"riwlr, river, at a p%)int from which, to I the sea, it is navigable at all seasons, I I into the par of Miss Rebecca Jordan,
: EQlalh' uncm: id' nnlunfolnitL _IL'_ Il} :ccnft_._, ..nn_. c Iliot.. fII..n "Ct'lig.I11g,","H.f'i. v&\?,. II than upon the other- And- th,11-- 11l--;-f__a,1I1 n'O( hinir IInflf'r-..!-. .ltiTIPfP,- .---...Nltl.-,* nf.. ilinMiirli n Uallow, Ktourtnnt! lake, tilling u:) by the del(- ite: of ttr- : n ff\t* {rirlllr. t*.r r\tt.. "po ..c*..11.,1. r\/%"II'V livnI .,
; I St. Joseph( has been under a high pressure power." He an inc )n\'l nient, and expensive annual tight Horn an enemy, more :o be I rene matter every year, which must render it impassable: lor ordinary \I in r' - I'" U iX' the
; ; }Iu
t' knew that no attempt, whatever, had beltfladct persuade any person to dreaded than the Indian tornahawU and/ :alpin knitV, he can, throughout eamboats in a few 'ca'8 to come and llirou.i[:1 a crooked, still-water vicinity. hrs lhnesj .isht

", i ',: embark in it-that nvt a sha"e in its block, or Lt in the ti.wn, had err bun the year attend to his business, and in joy u\lt the comforts ol JJ II/e. bayrtu. about eighteen miles from the river ; and there to discharge !; to give another comm irt to the mnlteraiii,'

' A1i.\ ;... (offtred fur sale in any cf the .,rlheni Cities, or tstoltr except the pub- The Delegate, is noi the only l -.tcrTllt'r, enlisted in the service of an entire cargP ; it) ;place it on a railroad, .wlth all I the expense of I denied that his heart had ever so rctli"!
lic sale f lots the the !
t. on premises in January last. attempt at forcing from Appalachicola proprietors. The unlcrs'gned: have seen an extract [packing and unpacking! hadg; and union! ding, V'i'! charges of storage melted in the furnac ? of love as ti> fiw
,dj was UiflCCeSary. 1'.01 so were: its advantages, and so a letter, from Pensacola publishel in the f
its result thai the certa.1 that the newspapers, assPrting, and railroad transportation, to reach a point shipment.. This 1 any sparks of'.he! tender iion. Jl l:'
t. as soon as subsetiption wa: opened, a struggle for proprietors of St Joseph, hill a' their public sale of lots; ;, agreed pas
., !: shares commenced and has continued! to divide them, (bay, when it i is thus reached, i is rather an indentation of
until between themselves the
I:; shares upon which only six- at mormons nominal price, under coast, 1 Jordon, however, dtmurred, and b>l;
ieen dollars had been paid, now .sell for more th:1 two hundred dollars. the appearance of a public sale. li thewriier .ally believed his asser- and is subject to the violence of the gales in that quarter, without him
Indeed, to in shares in their Ucn, it must have been from protection which will send their brought tae Court of Sefli
'J. disappointment obtaining stock, may le a cOllsciou'ness.thal such a course of action, shipping ashore (if ever they get
'p :: traced nearly all the opposition (except that of the proprie ors of Appa- would have been congenial to Ills &twu pnnciples[) : but if he really was al St. any) to an alarming exlent. instead! of that of Hymen extractedll&

:.1 it; lachicola,) which the ton of St. Joseph has expeiienced. There are Joseph, at the lime of the sale of lots' tlon- is no conceivable apology for Some years ago, in the process ofsurveying the coast (for the Florida metal out of the ironinjster'scompo::[i ec

'J in every community, men, who ihink themselves of more impot Lance, his I tlsc a.ss.-nion. lIe must han' secti, mud known, that there could have / canal lieutenant of ifc
a him
; ;.; than their nehbours do : and such persons are the natural of existed no such: preconcert the socklmhlers that far engineers reported that he (had found thirty I by making pone up the gold (to
among from
opponents MJ it feet
; the bar
> every measure, in the conduct ol f they have ut'' a large portion of the, s'ockholder.s did hen mei each O'her'; for the lirt, water on of St. Joseph's bay. This report, though at I tune -$2OOO.-1"cw Irk Ew i S

'i t tI I: been consulted ; or in origiraliou.r of whose slal whicJ:, they may think : time in their lives. That instead of ppconcert' I the whole .subject! of the variance i with all the charts, Spanish French, and "English, for; H century I Star.

L\ their claims have been o"erlooked.ine ilia lachrima. We repeat that I sale!! had! to be arranged l, at a meeting o: the :stockholders, the forenoon was considered sufficient importance to Sl'llIra special n:1\-II'' -

r.I'e the St. Jose,>h scheme quired no forcing. Ii possesses a sell moving ofh day upon which die alt! wa ad'el1bed to be hcM ; that the meetIng commission to examine and report, cttisistiiig ufa sailing master (who IRON SAFES -Th.: New York foa-

... power, which ensures its SICt'e s. Col.Vliite wel knows the efforts was held in | ublic ; that sirjn er.swerr invited to at end, and to fa- thought he had, found I the same t Itiirly years ago) and another officer
made by himself, his clients to a YOU the meeting with their views of the and rnerriai Advertiser sj\s-"The acronn'
anr get up ; piessurc power, in Jimlopimon.s ; that a crowd of .strang- navy, they found( and reported that there was
,' :',, favour of the tOWI Appalachicola ; but we have yet t made
have been able to raise us much as would the burs .irrangeni' nt, for the pul.llcale: was mule ill of one wen1niiiht JJ
team endmger mg with the'iews the most accurate surveys and charts ever'pubiislied the Alelhndi.--t! Book (f'oricern,
of a bubble. We the c.f all of the
.s u in And coast
> pect thing greatest danger of an parties. the assertions' of't&e
: exp'oaion, writer, are coniiad-.dcd!; by the o"the Galfof Mexico. b
t r ':. is a certain Delegate. net, that the purchase made by tl'kIHldlrhore dUfF out of the art uninjured :
no the
:: : We agree with ool. W. that it Commerce, &.'he Commercial and mOunt of their respective iniert-s-s ; tint some of the largest purchasers to a-, It appears, from this recent survey, that the bar i is for out, formed the (lire which had surrounded it fur huun:

f I : "mercantile community, that will build up a town; and that this comlu't' had no interest t. whatever, in ihe coml my ; while more than one third by the. projection of Cape St. tilas one of the most dangerous, ., rnnrs --

't' C nity are as insensible to newspaper pufls, as ihey are unafiected by lie of the stoi-kho'ders. did n lpnrcha" ,- asin le lot, and many of them, did on the coast, around which (the commerce or St. Joseph( (if it-"I'ever' SPONTANEOUS l".1\"IGTIOS.-Tb!
4 I:I .I senseless shine of one of those miseralle stw Europe
,..4 con'luc's the exuberant filth of vicious St. New Bedford Gsizeltr ofSatun/ajr/ relate
Joseph the 1
\ lt passions, upon a new andun- company proj.rii tots ot Appalaelrci-la: have been in di.s- lantic cities. ;

-, best settled site rnpulatonTlat. community said, &that St. Joseph is the I may, at t the propped of the utu'r ruin if I their town ; and! have tern using This lieutenant, it appears, found thirty feet water inside of'the 1 the f following! rcmark 1lr instance ol ii

: ," ." autlhat become a large comnmt'rcia' ciiy." And eyciy exeit.cn'o: create su'pi'ioll of St. Joseph The pievs in iS'w bar[ about I three miles, and lie could find t force of habit the whale shi'sblonging '
they in th> senseless .York thirty feet in the river among
118\c of C-lui
4 slang a hired letter writer, but 'ibus, l'tn-aclaIud no di-ul.t else here, I las sue Apalachicola. onpo- I knowlwi'
in language, which demons''rates beyond all doubt, that :such is Ihttrcan- t emed with lying extracts' of pretended letters and mLsrrpie-eiitutions to that port, and.their
:. tliil qiiiHim) ; and ihat it is glren in all sincerity." Merchants, Md ow. of every kind. But it all will not Iii The intelligence; and wealth cf The St. Joseph's Company expect steamboats to leave a broad I of their owners and ihe harbor.A .-

1"- ners of steamboats, and masters; of merchantmen, have the countiy, both commercial and cultural river 'four hundred yards wide' within ten miles of where t few Falcon 1QII -
:; purchased tots ogr are aiow.dh, in favour! a ship of I days since the ship}
in of
t the city Joseph, to an St- and fiotn 'four to six hundred
r St amount Joseph her
onward tons will
) Will ; march he to
$270,0)0. the
exceeding t wealth and
> gi 1'a'llc'wIll be ra- ; yo eighteen miles out of a I dell with oil fresh from the tthahtflZ101
Delegate give to his clients similar :
I pid and ccriain. 'J direct
\ proof of the" he
candour and hreri-ity" public sale of lots commenced on the 18th and course ; di.schaige her cargo ; msseigit miles-over
,.\' of the opinion expressed in his letter 1 1 Will he even i-urcha.se lots ended on the CO h, January. A itt riiir sale was joMponed until Februa net into a worse harbour to to a railroad ; arrived hc-rc, und heat her wajrupthroogl
[ sea
in Applacucola. to the amount of one half of the fees he has received ry 181.7: ; under a conviction, that e'a'ihal i time, the advantages of the making one hundred miles cror.keo go around a dangerous cape ; I the ice! in the harbor a ; (far as the bar((
p. that he will navigation to avoid A
Ole not. town will b.so apparent, a- rea'h' 0 enhance Ihl' j rire of lots, remain which until the palaciticiila bout half mile from wharves,) *
The ; tie
r.- Delegate proprietors) refused u
that Su be to sell fur (little
says Joseph's bay, is rather an indentation" ing to sold The sales made amounted th or nothing
to more ; n t ilnee hundred
I than a bay.and asserts that the report of there being thirty feet depth and .s vtnly five thousand dollais. And altl-ou-honly seven weeks have was a place combining a thousand advantages, now obscured in tl7e I j liki-many loaded vesse s before she struc
French water and over the bar, i at variance" with all lit dar!'-Spanish iJller'enctlince the sale, nearly tr-my houses have already been erected blaze of St. Joseph's. ;:; on the mud. Her situation t being in DOW

had Elglih.St.for a century. We have already said that Col'w : ; and double that number would fcave been und'-r way, if mechanics I have a proposition now before Congress to remothc mud shoal I I dangerous, as she cou d easily( pas5<0ttr

for C 1 Joseph's bay: but that circumstance can be no materials could! S" soon, hat e I cer ob ained. More than that additional in lie \'est pass of Apalachicola, which will: give an entrance i the the officers tfI
apology assertions j on rise of the tide
so totally variant from number f
truth. Had he are ccnirated for twelve feet
but 01'1
some o them of the water that
inspec ; most tastdul and through and there is
pass ; sixteen
ted the charts of costly f feet '
which I '
he on
speaks so posltvel.v, he would have seen that construction; the Rail lload will }have been before East iulet and crew were permitted, as is costunj'3I
here completed this pass, giving an outlet East
is : reply trVest 'for
in ,
a the ,
scarcely bay United be merchant 1I
so little deserving the can printed The iron rails are all laid and I'I to hasten their fiend1* (from
I descrip now icing fastened down vessels of four hundred to see
lion'- of' an indentation :" that few linrhrmi-K. are mOT ImhnlPlplt) lanA a n\7 tht worl."man" T1.! n U n..*.... /.*,....1.-"......!...", .!....._ I,_.i ,1._ ,,_-1",,*,_.:_ __ "__ __ tons, in either dirrciimi_ or tviil.' mur' "' ;i".1"!
banks ICKeu- ; 'IUtlIS" :iitiic1y free from tie sand Lars,-oyster: beds, and mud i away- from its banks' -, and- -"J inady for siam"boats.UOoLU Lilt.The pI UJtTLllig w harf anil Irees three CUI, 1 must say to you, in all frankness, arid I t have;:; so written; ; to my !f T they had been absent tt/o lor.jyear-Ut
,. thirty,to choke feet up the bay of Appalaclacola ; that it has a tlptI of large warehouse at the east end of ihe Uail Road arc hastening to in London and Liverpool, that i the infl.itin,<; It f i ie|, balloon: of a trusty pilot, as ship keeper w put

V ground forty over nearly its enire extent; with the best pleuon, and can even now be conviemly used. The wharf and C0111-. St. Joseph's will, for some time, attract I the attention i of persons, and board by the owners. As she wuuWp"

.coast ; Tht its width lU length is from, is tour at fourteen miles, and varaJid to the houses at St. Joseph have been commenced. The dredging machine ware is; greatly lessen the price of lots at Ap.ilachicola, which is so much the bably remain on the ha but a fc buhm

two miles wide and that instead to six miles ; that its entrance i is about only wailing the completion of two!lighters' to be set at work, in remo- better lor purchasers ; and I have recommended them to s-end their it to furl th
; of thought
:r formed the being"an indentation," the bay is moving time bar at the mouth of the Bayou. All would have been : agents to purchase largely, taking of was unnecf ssary
by main-land at the com advantage HIM de t tO
:; east and south, and L a pleted; and St. Joseph would e'er Ins temporary canvass.-, and it remaiivid spread
peninsula on the time. ha\'t. been the site pression. You ha
which ol'nn active are, i that
west, runs with the } : pll ps, aware t
paralel coast, and is about a mile wide commerce, but for tine dilhculty ol property near Mobile, that bn-eze. of IIi e *
and and sold in
covered with tl. would have ,procuring retaining lal-ourers. 1827 fir $4OOOQ, sold in 1834 fir

#. .the B. o'V' ? .'Mwdiyduirti, republished seen as, that}late as the 183-2 Spanish: do show carts chan-, and ers the and contractor mecJ.alliewho, Mr. GI have ay, has becRUiiiced broaght to the work, hundnds-labour nion) that Apalachicola will, in ten years, rival 3600,000 Mobile.; and it i is my opi- keeper having arrived, ;-ifier finding Ibi'

; pet of feet depth of water over the bar into a away, by the enormous wa- I have not the interest of three feet of was tiecessa,
? nel of the bay; and another chan tes, which labour commands ibkpart of the United State a single dollar in this town nor shall I water mote
feet with
; a middle ground, having not less ever he benefitted one cent, whether it float alone, ca11le
it. We b than 12 feet over 'I he Board of Directors have moil sells 'for one million or for one to the ship he left her
may excused for reluctantly bren constrained thus hundred
placing thousand
{ more reliance dollars. $0I
\ ;.. those charts, than in the assertion of who upon the accuracy of to notice, the publication of the proprietors "Apalachicola. To have Ifmy opinions are erroneous, they are at ashore, made arran eiaents with
t : they one, so recklessly dtnies, that remained siluii, would have not influenced by interest, which so often overclouds the and assist win
represent, tl.at which thty! do The implied an admission ol its truth. A single of jud" half dozen men to go oil
and the St. Joseph company, have tf'uelt Congress Legislature to have of Florida, copy of tha publication has, by acpidem, Jallen into incir hands; and ment men.I"believe gelling her into dod:, and went tohsupLwr.
n'1. hf the bay and harbour mad petitioned a survey from the circums ance of its not lining been franked and forwarded to that the best investment that any capitalist can now make di1
r .' \, it done and a'e use his influence to We the frlenrls ol'the, infer/ in America is Apalachicola : and Directly aflerorard, it wa
; send they thai it
: tl upon that service, an officer not under was not intended they should iryou go there, you will find that *
Pensacola to
\'erotfi inIluence see it, until too late tar leply. If intended who have assisted in covered that the ship ws corning
ss that ve doubt it ; because the verification for their perusal, it was too' many depreciating iI, intend, through their
'.to being 30. or even twenty-seven feet of water over the bar of St, of there heavy a draft upon her forbearan But while they 1'cel bound to cor- agents, to purchase lots at the sale ar.d will laugh at having taken in the wharf her owners. No enedoui
Joseph tl1irmnnaged.
would most materially 'P"1116 the misrepresentation, as regards St. Joseph, they do not ask the proprietors and the St. and
speculalions' of the Delegate in. to advemuie in any person Joseph's Company. These are the views. ed that she was well
1ot. To purchases in iha.
the unless
fuluw Jeter. paragraph' by raragraphf would or alter carelul knowledge, Dear sir, your most obedient She reguIanMwithin
swell this U9
re 1) to n lflCo'wrnjent enquiry, he thinkslt will his interest. Of servant came
l l
w'e promote
? length but
f:' assertion in t. of : importance : will not leave a single successful\- )?, on the pan Apilachicola, they feel apprehension.any JOSEPH L1. WHITE u stone's throw o the bead ol
r' to state that such any wilbnul refutation. We proceed then They do not advise not to mate investments of a stO0i
any there board
wharf when the
,t faciLity of entering the hal bour of Si. them ; they only caution men on
,hat vessel to e'er -
(01& drawing le twelve feet water (the veiS they leapArid if from personal examination, that there the ship i
: whi can epter he West Pass largest they: should fall in love with its m l-tlats marshes, lay thinking
of neS? and levers "Iuu
: And that in Appalachian ] no pilot is pestilence and death will ** bout to run into them cried out
alr. daylight, eleamesioV ; only say, Chncun a on gout." .
fl .; inctly marked the f owing vq channels to the the writer. and the The publishers 01 the pajer nceivtd, doubtless$ deemed the name and Resolved, That so much of all fines! and pecuniary forfeitures lull! you'll cut us in two." Nor Wa5t
the est merchanune-TJ'at ,any seamen can pilot Ito port opinion ot Col. W. sufficient influence collected of free people of colour (
the is io biiild np their schemes and tinder infractions by them. order for at that moment
(and others will be butlrJ J pt hcb, hIPS company 17 constricting feet a wharf, it. Is evident, that the Colonel is of t iat opinion. It is true, that among; of ,the present or future penal edde of the of disobeyed- from, th
'S can discbargeaizd Jake h thejr barnS depth' of water the fricpds pf St. Joseph, we wiilnit find Territory Florida hawser,,dragging in Ihe. water

e fer Apps.i.chico1a bay u. all. cargoes That the; .ch such a ship could not en ,with that of a gentleman, who is so ften be'ibre anyname the public which in will weigh as may be necessary, be, nnd'hereby is appropriated us a per- how of the ship accident iy caught u

: hard white sand1 j J wul 4awtb fndictiont-*-y all round the bay, is of I puffs, of his own indicting or who as had the modesryo refuse newspaper a for manent fund, to meet Ibo transportation: nnd expenses of such logs ot" the wharf and 'bi ought her to.'

i is notbipgiji..tbe'1ocatt Iq ever Stf ) cfpsuggesffhe eign embassy, which he found he co Id not,obtain j nevertheless, among people,of color as may bfe 'disposed, vpluntarily emigrate and withoutcunsitferableflf
ibosH grand
t: 4 5lghtet appiehension qC disease, And it is confidently eipecffd ? interested in St. Joseph, are ?ntlemen who pass for'men of good from the limits p.fthi Territory, to the Statesrtind
f1 t Joseph wiU|| thp slimmer residence of.numerous thaI common sense ; and who, as John landolph would have said, ,"know I or- the ,Confederation Territories age. Here was a case ->f a ship' !

: e 'c' the Misisippi, New-Qrle.ns.Mpb1e, Georgrn1id4LeFloridaandAp.families what's what, as well as other men. Perchance, some of 'these gentle which Slavery. is repudiated ad an evil, with oil coming half mb Ie with sai1,5acthe

,.' : 'paiactti ols, TrJeed that place should continue to have anr reiidents men r.ay be known' elsewhere thin in Florida ;.and may even ,teas nddeprecateIaS. !,: moral) sin. ; rate of six knots v.ithoulboarJdj a
And Southern favorably known abroad, as Color)1 White. WeF will ,
city in I United 'thert'fore
blig"lle'most States, take
ihat ?
: b u will be. the (he liberty of and most unceren oniously if
from the D dnd anupxing imperfect. of the names of interest Passed"January! ISlb. 1836. '
Eastern persons .
r hudr4 ore the; deuirous ed in I her
I Joseph.We. cannot conviuentljr procure. aftiU. Jist .j' .. -5.e-J i 1: ,dAper y! ti D. aJl' : .9! '" \ ing sch.s.aew herself at the wharf' tbf



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