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 30, 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
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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THE FLOU1I er ,' !t:a pr,*ins io that region, but thnt
after date, I shall apply to the lIon. the '
rtf:.eeka nfilie county court or JctTerson county, for : m L !i IW* nowJarvof* Arkansas nl l Mi*.

.SV.Ministration upon the personal estate ofIti Ji S I s ujv,*, s** fr.r iiorfh as iis; Indian locations ox*

'pr'). Tl1ylol". bteof Jcferson J. D.county PAUSH.P'Von ( 'tas.1' ; I "!It .... :'11 .*j'fcM their settli-nichls' from -

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W -" ; !t / in/ abandon
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the 1lonrra
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\Jcrks artcr cJlI.tl', 'I AlID4lQQ18mi A1Pmmia 0' kB'Dg'; .: :'0U&CCJH'r: .&ui
G\dsdcn COl1nt C.OUI'I, fur Jet.fadministratlon Y'Y' cnt nf thn4. ,:
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the cst\le of Tiitrainte ----- -
on LEGAL -----
I Labourer's n ol: .
ofStlid county JcccasJ. I Wanted \ s : .n.2 ou [make have f'
ANN n. nOS'I'lCIC ICL.-b.v mIl ppatachicola Luid i Frm '-, "- i ,'iUt',.,; t .. never
'hrcb 2HS3ti.33G j J I weeks alter date, I shall appj to the Company,'havin? ap- \ r L h\I:. fl' >e E ecutin:. Andconsideration j
TIC 1':. the honounblc the of Imprinted!! sum of9000 dollars, to the !: .;ft\O .
NO county COurt JeCfrsort c'ty improve .C!} lI. t "h 1 16 iff' \
D1cul t of the 1 of
the lion. i iSthe 1-; It'tlers) of at'mniistraiion: on the town of Appalachicolt, will give immediate : eat Sir-1 t thy :
after tiMe we shall! annly .to l csratc: of/Color cl! 'C.a ;ict--t Et'C- ( o.4iflw
William L. cmplo'n1rnt l IOU "CCkl coaitoiJcfl- rsoii : r\utujl, late of said co-intv docnised LAOUr.ERS, for whom the high- retaryat'Vnr ,', .' g of mjr -

Jude of of the.1JI.IIIII Cunty l..HhJ 1I1'on !lllc 1'1'rOII:1:11 conn- Am. il23, 1 l.S.C.-; :;7tfw J W f j. D11IF. :OOI8. lal c-.t!tzl price I. will t lt IrCl1 in cashA'l! % to Thomas burn,. (a : ,Iitt ,!"tlrff'ft, I, ;?ji5. ongiii; !t.. fstercourso with ". J .
'rl\1Jah3ssc.John copy 01 tII
wr letlertl doooas. Is Car .nVGadsdcn coun- : C C'Jt (u.1 utI ; 1.b. udiar". S S ol' 'hoKtifittes
tY, of Eli:1s Vrale, late of Jefferson cuui-.ty COl' Tf COUUT. OF LEON CotMT. ''r, 01' Peter l\lltchcll, APral l 'cola. joeL deeply lilt .. S .. or the! 1 I
Lc SAMSON PALLARD, Rrnsati'I'la&y, 1 !Lt taclinacat. \lardiI9 I S."C. i fHq\'t.. t Cf .n'hltuH Cto : .cirom, and :1 }:ita '
I1LUA11: NliALE.l. 32if Florida:1 IW .. ; .. ;
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any :" : .
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,.11 1I.f...."T..-ll,- 2S ic.( .-"l.(.i-.vJNU I -c rf_ ir. Khi't.' S In Arsv.nr.M'. J 1 ,, lrl: of t:.letters. reiiiainnig! in the hosl jUice atuL'Ulas"JIlC I ,reI1"i... -S \i..,11 Il1l1lttJ.; .!. _t".t t. tt. ,,f .,I", r.lay. h' ._be granted_ .. '- 'I t
.OltICCLW. ----. -- r fpii-:; Ucjcrtt.Mit, and' ali oilur persons interested. Mvithin i isipni J 83 if not takm out : t -; -- -- -; "m l'- -ay IU 41. IK'tY J JAtfeeI
A 1V> < jilta.c three months, ;, will: be & ir: h !" : S
> : notice, tlmt! a u Hi of AiiacluncnjJ sent to the Gcnc.-al st to introduce; S
; the Superior C'\ Ht of the s Office as dead hC.i .
.redepcndiujrin wx-i sued .0 .ntb,
tjiu \'' thc oilicc! of the Clcil ef the : :tl
UrrS : County 'rinci.ole into
S Middle Di l.rict of Florida, for ti.caiijustmem. of Court elf! Leon county! iu the niovc suited case: Anderson, Henry Horn, Mrs Harriet 'C1tjfls: 4 h !thoi i t ,
the bf IbIS cf L. & they Atkinson Shaduc 'Y'tJ 1t SQ. now n J S
ncrship trarsacticnsof v. ill t.icirfnrc: and the 3 Hines tin mini l 't1't ic itt i I :
nppc-.ir plead to -chration putdu H"1f S
we & M. A. ArmiaUaJ fc Co .. Adams John i tJ. 5 .
anti L. ; j jTOIDSI incti J. Hall lft l you. 7
11 b.iJ Thomas I. r ;u d. S ;
I the I *
to tiic form of Statute 40\JU .
JI said finr.s. JVIairus A. Anni-: CXM.itcoruuij; i Adams, Hannon Sir I have had ; 1 S t-r, f.f.f ,-t tS*. S .. ':
suits a I in such case a ado .nj provided. llallman John A : % hoior .f t.edv :." .
1dalso bv a lied11 U", in the Clerk's c1fi'l'IIC Ascnc Nuthan." Johnson Charles letter of the 'I"r t YS: .' j .
JA.Mi.S ..
it.ppcar rv't.
d >r- mbmzttt"
I has Mma.le 1 oi es" all!I t his estate in Asker Nathan : : S _
to his Attorney fir L'i'ttt Averctt John James Urman to the President v' <, ;, 'h'l". (. \ *"; tj'
ftdodins thc riiicibliip Properly, Fob. 10th JSr. 273.ilKOTICK. Johnson, Thos A : t v. 1
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F\0 of 'Tirgiifla.nr:I R'iiiscnorrkmnper Bleach, Willis communicate ( 5 5S
A /Sirs. Jjncs, J.ncs. Elizabeth to'1'h .0: \:
u }tify the public\thno far as1ffCLtllC Iid I Bryan, Timothy 2 Korncgo, Daniel In carrying out _. I I 9 S i\fit. >:.-; .&. J.
dectM partnerShip aluurs( uiJ: said tuns Bruce, Francis } -, _r Af-
LL 'h"
deed A persons are heicby forcwatnccl fiora com3X Gr1iscy.l\Irs. Mary G adopted. not less ft S .t ,
is ralidiLy1U! be C011tcStCJ. (. BASRy.xetntor .: inn t ing trespass waste upon the Lands and Bryr.ii Barney David Lewis, Capt Prior than for that oftho ? S : .L4 \ 'S .. .Url.-.JI\rbad -V to .".".} '-I'" S
pAvin IJardy if'l'
: ,1r.1
U.Y fluutut "
other mu '
,, of Ltr33 Arousicad, dCcitetJ.S P".h..C inipiovcmcnts.., .n..1.. n_.)..:_..on:,.'thetrnct. ___ ,_,know n as ." :.ucs' HUl'nes.Jo. : n I.tO"v"n.. Rich.ud.. ._.,. of.the, UllitflldShnfaa. ..... :... ___ j_...iv't.l.clltzen31 I 1 Pierre Lcharjrcd (Javs, n.P.i... .. .-..-. ...\ 'L''z _:... .
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I.-'-"":', J'J.IU'UII1IIY II"UI1 reIT10tJog.cutt --- "", "U. .1I U -- Ito nUB IU l 0. .
Bell }
)fareh t565. ;I\Y destroying, or otherwise injuring the timber on the ng John Limeburgrr, Benjamin remove the Seminole fndianafrtyn Floiidi and with'teaftm' 'a 0. '" 'I e.. c .-" -. "G t I

Guardians lice.SIIm il.cir hud, unless! by special leave from the proprctorsor. Brinson Browning, Jason Ishmael Lastinger, Shad rack to the country West of the MisauJppi river. 'Jar circumstances.a watch, "under the follouing very sfngu-, I .
i Tl/OM Morrison Isabella The
ntbsnftcr dat, I tli1U c\hibittr thc j jUIJc Aumii.i.ige.it.tS! 3if; .t AS KALT'ZtLL, Caileton, John Mardric, RobertMitchell 1 Jieir condition was the subject investiga demure pro: ocutor a very. sober ;
gent for the lo8kin
county court tor the county.of Gad rn, nt} :. Projvitlors.AUMlXlbTHATOR'S Cove, or Couc, James Thos G tion in both houses Congressand docu, he rpersv H.i c. dopo-sed that I!

Rnd voue1CrS, ItS guardian of Aun Ue'l. u. NOTICE. Collins, Stephen Marey,John ments received from was about. turn into the Kim Taitbout 4 t
aet"'lUntS fordlschI' c.lJ < IX monthsftcl' date 1 will Cutts, Elijah your"elf andother persons when he was seized :
Iwd npr'v present amounts Mclntyie. Daniel suddenly arid
I10r b 29 )'::\6. 33.(mi JESrg r.C' \T.i.: K anJ \ouchcrs I for final ictllcmciit) and nay ajijily: to Casler, James McCain, Jor-I iui demonstrated the necessityof their re- on the shoulers of the piisotie1* thro'...n tip. i 1,

.YOWL'' tic 1IU11. the Judge uf the County Court of Lcin, fora Ciiastain, John MrDow, John moval. Under these circumstanes. a cotm- in, who held bun Pierre La.-ra- i

llic I discharge: from) the adnini: >truion! of the cite of Dcaklec,'Van J/cKinnon, Ncal oil was directed to be held with gem which fast, v.-hilc lediu, t Tie) other .
I ILL persons liavhi: : ; claims njrairrt estate d \ 711tUIZlJ l : }' \Vhitcli\H' r, ,It.c J&d.! Duger, Win Ncc1.Joscph S was done and prisoner, took away his prop 'rt\' -Tie
'ktIC of.tdkron a -- mo (
I 4. Alexander 11.. \111ai'?), t"HIi1'' yeetedare L-ARAli WIIITEIIUIBT.rr. Da\'is, '1 hos A i Paramore treaty conclude&y Colonel merit he began to -
l requested: to sent tina1iidebcJ Nancy Gad den tho ciy out prisoners
i moj' earnestly JIM :.j n. l 10h, 1S3.1 lU-G.n Duci, Edw.\l'll C Jottcr Commissioner, for ihe cession menced com
attestedand : to the s.titi{ r.ta.r, EtlwanlsJ\U1t'S 01001\)11 of their claims in Florida and fertheir lickiiag him under tiu anus, n lieu in
Ivf rc tic2; j:11:t iay: Ot'tIC l ; Perrr.an Richard trans- spite of his distress -
Kkepajmft on or j.rt. made him
: W O flO.E I I Mdwnids, JSanm-1 1 IVtrrs Curtis 'fir to tho country West of the laujih. The
tlra!. SllsII'J: !r wIn. :Saivi.iu 1: : ?(:1U, Mississippi. prisoner Ladrn
mouth, to : c: LV I r.iouihsaf.uMlav: I application! 1 will Lo I1td Franklin, Usnn I D SucatinanVm 'I his en being ealii d o* t'orlitd tic-
treaty was
of tsaid cs.ate, wiili as Sii-: i jo"''ibJrJi : ( to not negotiated wth a view to
ibelfairs! vMpTarUcaMcbciiifoWigdtoIcuc) the TcriyyioAhwA \__) We hvlJo-aLlc dIe! J I\. C uf till County CIrL 1'01'ti.e Grcgoiy:: Richard Swain: S Ii L the benefit of the fence, said that the prosecntoi was quite tin S

afLcnbe above! Cf\li.1t hI'I < "lh:{'a I, r l..H tI: ,1' Di-mi'4y 011 Gril''iuCcia! Miss Spangle I A 2 government of the United der a IlJ sfail'; It is possible: Jidilcd
B. dajr.NOTICI lUng. .\llm. '. t IC l'sta corJUliI! 1'. _' ca" ,I.lt uCU.ldJI.III.l'lllIt Griffin, Celia .11111iss S.nilh, John States enly, but in pursuance' t ":.:(:'(1. \\.D.1L\lIU OX Atlu' } Grace, ..MnGriiii.i. Saehcc: AH system of policy, and with viev was a sorry one: but the fact is that ewe
1trc'h 4 1S:6.: :H 'v ,. a to ensure
Jdfcr nenuny.! --------- ___UiIW.", .T.1ill.t. IS:; .1! t Gm : ;; Lewis Sen.: 1'roJIll's .U..n. .A. the weJlrp.. ..:.. n'. .hn... I. :" .. _..1 .. &1. __ .saw him catnfii" alon") and! we tholilTht, .h..
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1:. : Url c.I, K.rhard. 1 &UUhIUI, serious fr ;
I Wychc a'truc'
Henry Tienchman
----l time to and '
Ol'll'l: promote the interest ,
of tb
I h.11,1,!l io :!b IVn. G".1yJax) W Weathers Territory. we there 0
i ; ;; t.etcrmhietl t to s ek: i \VQ
This could!
SIX JUJ cof thc 'ou uy cuLls If1 i IiJ.toii; county: : ,c\[ LL prr-'i<;:<, iriLnicd t tll the hto firm of.. IverrSi. GnlllttII, i Williams, John explanation of tho motives vihch led to him laugh lJy make
iKrt .. JS.U':5s .lrc ii'ijtu-Mid; 1 to nta I.inmint t1lHlltl'lI. Senvcn C the treaty i la tickling U.m.; {How do explain t
forJcUcrsof AilaitinsTitUOji on : c tiiicc. Lt'o.;a.d I IL tc 1MY. Willcy, Gilbert! given to correct tie misappre you
fun latc(sa.d: :l'U itv: tleccr-! ,'I. lit. An1 ii..i si huxjnu: ; c.!o:..i- d ls ajrtJiiauiii : thCtlilll', Hancock.,) \Vm. Wafeon, Joseph C hen ion which seem to enletain the rohucry oi l tho coat, i he handlscrchcif ,
U'X.UZ.i: :: lUY\:' D5.Jirrll pV ejit ihciii I ::i lry! H, ICI.tic.1tllllo tc! l itsei1. UancocNc) : Aih n C W) rmc, John C you an and the waich !" said the pn sident. ""Ycrr .
1.ljOTICJ' ti'l Li ih": lit).o In cril'(,1| limv.. Horul\1.ry 3 arrangement was made by the General Government .
\" easily !
1S6. Yerby
I "
2 George replied Led '
l\ ; u: \ 'C nerdy took ,
Iv..r i .n: for the
-'----'-- t'l l \\ifl. K'I'. let'.crs. JA.VESV.. SMITH P.XiU' ce&iionofiand ir Florida in- the
:; :. DA VL. l>. STtiilUW; Adrn'r of R. Sturjrs. ItE'V. dependency the interest of the Territo- coat, becaiiic it was iupo: ; i ibfe to ticJiir -

monll" afrl': .IJ'C rpi.'t.i'U'n; !: Mi1'! erirnre 1') i Su. ....Ma.-U. .<, 1\ L.U< B-l. t'SiflX I'iii ol Ranawa>' from the planu- I him prowl; I.v tii-uuh the cloth." "And ihi-
rivm the
SIX I --- ..-...-..-.. ..------....-....--.. --- subsrribcr. negro man about ?' huulkurchi..M: ?" ., '
Hon. ;col'tiis c'or.iity: Coi t f..r L'tm :$U years of age, named PLA CU-about 5 feet 6 or This Department has never hal the )\hy, tic fact: was that
Cutrnly, lot letters ol Is.su.Y; : on il Ic CataxXmes oj ..NU1'ICE6'i 7 inches lr was
ruimci <'cac.JI.,'.c t.f j>ad: rotu.ty.l.G.SHAUrV ; 1 nio.nl sr.f I reason to believe that the Indians wee
;; tr date we saIl!: :::sibi!..itouraccrttnts) ( and quick spoken when addressed : the ibo\e nwaid' ; so ludicroii/, I atn sure Uyiti Und been

{I Pvct-rt b:--j ..d] vo':. 114.U1oCx.c..tuson: t ihechUiio.; uf Jl.iri will be paid for the apprehension of said negro, on be unjustly deprived of their p6sses .ns in Flor I you Vb oldd 111\ c h1UZtt-d ui-f. : there
RICllAUUSllUITKIl. S 4..dcr t'l:4( a"41 i toihe Honorable ing loJgcd the Tallahassee ida. The AHthcbysiandors 4
County Cburtul in j1.il al or on the IJlantati'1 reasons given by thenselves, con- ;
T.illal.asrcr\ J..n. Ib IR36. i'4! Jit;: IL'tdi I iMMnlv. :nil :ini. .>lv. Inr n (I i..eb.lI'..,. I nf the cnli.-.rrilirT. .Hl1 I V. T1TP....V,C7P. fn. .n..A... .in. 1......:__.*.__ __ r, i Iau-.Ii.co: .i. 11I.! IU.' tye: Lct tmc s.-) "lHoi .
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TAX: COI/LKCTOJI'S s. I.E. JAS.J.VlCiiKRS. April 2:. ISJG. 37 for not .VIUUIUUItULlUU I itGC \.Iongre:: toned \ili! (.tighter iliit 1 to.).'; out the hand;: S I" f
emigrating, arc frivolousand
\\'JLLI.\Jl \\'. I.AIIT. j-i.: JU2>LPil HUTliL. The certainly rery kp.rchiC'lloIIU t tn! >ii.f' "
"i the
bl&L.criberis 1/11 ?
T SHALL sale the fIn.tI1ita1 in now ecctijign uafcrh :
at on -
| upobc =? N J\'. It") :B1j. I.j obviously shew that 'tr
jlll ,'z9 they were aware of .
- II May' next, at the Co:Horse: iIu'T, ti ti.c!: tows large all! commodious House for pub tho asked tile [>J :-iJlJf. IVlaO::('-''Oil, tilRwsii *
fii.. vji'.nab'.cT.: ticf L.i',d.r ,... 111 GudidcnJlcnry SUjlaiuJ'CiJllil lic intcrtainxdLciltwhich: he will rent or lease for nature their engagements The high J
I to Lnincyraiu< "t ;; I ii'Futhes' a : : ::hit: i> nnolUcr .I; r.rc. did .
Pu'rh\," Iyig,: J1l tilC yHrs of tc: Gc", Co .]'. | term of }cars. t character of Col. Gadsden, and the publicity v.i i"J i to the not *I
joi.u t toe /liz:
loclyComrl'rtCanc lI ;, ((t \\\trr CrO3: :1utJ.. x'" I A convenient kitchen and out houses for servants, of the transactions of the council at PaJn '.-, I c.iiTy : coplo may be *_
. l :I\'nlhc .\I'.ldlj.oa: ::d Ll; IU\csj; or vUdi& L'ltlcbnry 11. Jo..c: $ I j arc already erected, and the prillcipdluuilding. it is landing, the I killed: \r.Ih; Iick.'iij: --tli:ie are tistnrce.s of it. tf

It1:11 t1V ,.,:r\J\ ':" ":', .1'5 '. ;;:1 I :J ,, :i.hmli.IUl 1 Ui1Y \.I'c.I.j }. I:; CJlA CIr.t. expected, will be ready to icceive boarders in sit days appointment ot'a deputation; in I i IherolbroaiJ we luuot not let him '.tlJ"gh f.f I

y the CJU"t'f.us; t1': i.ctn 1'u,' II C VGreb.tellliulldrcllu UaiJlld ;I.Li: : tilJ) All the furniture, necessary for SUCh an establishment conformity with the treaty, to visit and exam mure tlutn! lea: iniiiufes! or fco \1 I bo snllocntcd '
. : : mi'i \Viud I has been received frome\-York and New-Orleans ine the West the Convection subso- -
titv-C: ; llj: .Ii.), with osvc1ia.re LJcnj country and, in urdur In tLo o
: i bcjn, rCt\llll !byu ::1l} .' S'or ir i.iJCOlnlj'nSllu"t. n pOldClIlS.! JIff and will be iold atcostaud; -;c:, or rented with the quently entered into by that deputation, which iho cot.nl c.\Mc. titnclo>!; out :

: andtlic C.j.! ,'li L'tNe.! uaicli. This tL-teurc ijrd:; lot :11CC( ed.
; ic.t/oi : T fan-. rendered the !
? 1 'Fali'.r.ioIor i conditional
rjipi'r:: : r11riec1l :11. arran entered .
lretcr Mitchell! J.JIll: Crt ldl.la: Tl1rllil.1S n.ilavid I b'.nisfactory wruri'.y, will be recuircd.that the hotel jenent howeveraiidthctsere scntc.ict-il J
JI : to inontlis
t.: f.ad.k: into
.ms. li.-ny \\ iVfblcs i will; J. .n.du..ul at rayne's absolute *
iiyic anu lauding and the
t U. O;drn, t). U. OpJ; ?n, J,!ary Jarvn, Caljr'cl! : huiuh; "al! 1] ;j.uiii.i \.\i.,i, t'.o: 1,0: ilfcich; in other ill the Southern n.anr.ciequal to any a- IHI!).i.l:1.1..I..
nT.Djiccrn, Andrew S. Jo-t :\/I. SV Country-on no other conditions i. greemcnt made by all the iulluen'iil Scrninolc j : EI :
G.ur jii Lic. i i i. I>( .ici't, I Ij :t -iJf'oi! i :'if s.\:< i t.i" AUbjttud and \\ ill i it l 10" icntcd! .
L L Wilti.1ru; Cldstic.: r L'.ti-.ia.: !.': It ii ili; 'n'li l' .-.''cc.d il.-.u!: UK-J /!o ohicfs) with aun. cimcn G X yofij'iouand f
Lie to tAke p.cc! \ a111Our Tcnr-s C.LI.: bu'cieluc Ju. tH' "' ior appear Applications -writing) or to me personally, will Lieut. Harris in I \.1TCIIIT\J.IfiS, Aplll 16 1'-
) ; ( : c ,2";>f.i Coma :f.Ir :! :riulilleI meet with attention. April, 18o5, Jn which tj'

. tlOnllt'I' FOnmS, I IaiiiI; &f Filli'.J.i: ., ; Tax CjIccor! for GaJ dcn Ciu.v.:. c"r':)>o. t'l l-elu.c: l tje! liisl; day cf t.c: iP.\t'r .. of Alabama I i,
< and Merchants
; .1 in New-Orleans and .Mobile | shew they understood sos. rscipcd cap'iviry} and] I '
, the : tbe
cL.19iiIS3." JitdhllMUXlsTUA .;.I i."i:, I.((11 F;.. .11 .d ;' ,. r.i' tl.C! LJ!t lil. d j.).v llioConn.;.l.iinj.hj.ulie : ha\'c I *\ctPI"nl neaJ *il1 Snl'l\llanrr *.":-* ".*_,.%,__..n t.**... _..1 I L .J fully, ,. obligations. they h..". ."I_ I, : ... ,.,:.... |p crhip3: _. -.1 i
' \ rOUS :;('ri"I( :.-Si inoa.Iis; i '.. 1 t..I: (.L :, llic i.ir.c u..l be t.icn! pro the Louciil' ,-no-doubt; be' filled i as'soon\ ;'complctul. i uiiu comracicu, ana that mere tqno! lounaa- i1JL-I'1" ivhole" Ull. ; JUI, .Y 11 Gt'Jt.ratC'- C1IJr. \I.'

||l aftciJlIc.1! 1 ljJ1!! exhibit lo i-c! U.i. t.2! J t"';'" (c:./. 'i'c. ROBERT BCVEUIDGU.S [ tion for the representation that tiey. had been lC I "l TCA.-IS is [broken I 11), Tho hu- ,, I

I :icroimi v rnurt'lur: tlC.I"tlty! \\ c1 L,4)11.'i'j' r.'*on::t> i; 1iiI. B-).j J:.11i1. -It. J eph. April 183C. 374 wS unjustly deprived of their land iu Florida.V man mr:PIV I !have seen Vaini'.t l I.,j described. B j i"t.{

I Kmckrs: ,si nd a s:>p'y! Vor; a tli""I;: ; :.3 AqlU1I1J.LOr A jf..ii.MTi: .vi\ /.t .s AUTiui;;'.--.-s.\-v.cciviur11.t ) ANA\V AY Ironi the Army of the U. Slates. flU propose that applicatbn should be The Huioi1ft;i now CrOi i:! 110 S.4 licbut: t :'4

011 tLc cllt.1le of hum\ lJ-i..ar.J, I ill C of said .. 4.iC J .1I.tlllt'l'.' to till oi .1 Q/.v [ fear iiumltca: in
< ; co-July uiua LI-' I man by thenameof Thomas JVat/his. belong made to Congress for completi indcmnifica m..tu the roar mm lIe cut I** ;
.. ly deccltsJ. JASON I IU\iU fen; 11 CIIU"I. : icr !iotu-.t of .dejI!;.:. i::.ii (in the cs- ing to the &id D\ttatiun: Mounted Volunteers! iff.: Uoi-ct'w i j., .. I
". -irilI6tb.. b:G. :;;.8.1<. t.uc of Jo:.i 1 li, \Viiif.Jo 'l..ul.d l, i lite of .ml county. ; )) by Mi). Dorgacs.! Waikins is about 5 cornnuiu'cd feet- lion for the losses of Jihe sut1 r rs. If, a.I oncnnjricd t by tie litest in- I
-Iruvu--!------JiTr- --!-:?- OF F.OJmA.--- -- Aptii >III; .. I i-vi. :>..o;',v' 10.. '.. \/urn i :. G; or S inchest: high: has on his cheek; a r II-OIm..U1 presume, you mean; th.it such m application tclli! ;cnrc, in the Biassns bottdrn, 20 ui'ircs. t

vadsdca County Couit Mnich Si!?, 1S3G. jN'onci":. high check bones, dark eyes, and rather illc1 1d to he should be made by the President\ I am instructed above Sail r\lip! lie IM; 230(1( mctifanil i Is t.::1 I

1 l IN IXlUITY. VIX vrrlnrHe.itc] j>p|,hc.r"oiiill be made tot humped: shouldered! an j La notorious,, drunkard. He to say the President docs nu think sucha duly recciviim: : rrt-infoiccineiils.: Tno t feeling "' I
has taken with ?Mm ahoisi
j t i otII.tO" CUi.ilhti)., \ :z:3:).II'' J !tn.I.1 I ir.1] < '.: uftiC: Civv.iy, ; cnun ft r the CoUll- Craven of the e11crwn H bclci.gj.ig i to Lieutenant measure should originate witb im. It is i a of the army la gogd.uud no onr doubtsticccss. .-; iJii :.
usi s: the horse is i a bright t..
T. I fy ot"jais'i., ( 1 ; i, iu'lci'i'T ; 'it.iltfl'i j.I.tl.hi on G.n t.Uiii? !: s tanruLcdthe I.
subject for (.5 : .Httr
rather under the t-ize legislative consideration. "
bay, of horses
R.c'! ordinary close
r Tiplcn'n(1 .1LJor < ( the c lC ol'-liv.i U....i>,- .il K'c of s.iM' countv dc- Subine. 01 t'. .
i compacted, mane,and tail, mouse coloured nose his farther as another I -
IIMillc'r.. Defendants. J j jijr re.iM'ti. JOSKl'll; McBltlDE.Mi.ciiSii propose that .
i hind hcofs inclining forward, no other marks recollected "Gen. Scott I
be directed
i5n- t uw
.peaiiig| fiom o not to gaot I
I hjtiifdctory evidence, that, said of either man or horse.A pacification IuPoWEn OF CO crThe \
jtitanidar.18: reside ou: of tlia 'nilery, and that 1:, j.iiojs: sciKinoit: CUUKT, reasonable reward will be given for the apprehension to the Indians, until the prq erty of the SCIC sn j-Jn-!! '
I Riiducc is unknown to CompJaiiMni // is nation be surrendered ed case of conscience has been re nnd .
"'", On : To \larch 2Vnn, I 1833. anJ detention either man or horse. By order to pay thelo claims, as rct"'tt ,
motion of \Villiam i'. Uuv.f! KLqair-. Chaksllare: of J. .. DOUGLASS, IHaj. 2d. B. M. V. far as it will and that should be circulated lor the I eJificaiion!
.ItOc for ) _. go; they bq required to spccit ,
A Compbl1J.llt.! lhat tllev_ 8mL:1r. I t.dm____! ". .. .r'. T'.. .t'ln.I"1... .. ;. ..... \.0..) I.a' ,'I',< j ;
U '--- -- .
r.iIOl1 : & & & "u o..u.
: 01\ ur t.fc.re ttc: 111.: L.; :}' (1' Tic.t '11.:1',t'. h' ao1h"r"vs i. ; IX A'i fIST ;ct5zti; : ; Recorder and Federal Union, 1il1cc. surrender a portion oi me lands !y cst of the of newspaper readers'i j .

(d-i01'.dxy: ) Ga'. : Cfjlll-v, 1W3" J.ilt; llCout! liousc rp i II I: d'tant! I Iri Sanbornand other pers yule, Gcp the Intcligcnccr! at Tuscaloosa Ala., the 1\1 i siisippi." i A person being dangerously ill:?, was vi>ifpd !H t.
L.Cr' 1'Mc:1: COUllty .udc.ld! onv.icor, iiueicsM-d tJ nottfkd Mercantile Advertiser, at Mobile, Ala., the Floridian The hostile operations in Florila have '
irI.osaid Dill or the uuic w.ifbc taku, ns : Ire ( I'cby that writ and been by a clergyman, who pcrccivisi! th ? j pa jr fd.{ .'
po c-m IMS Ijctn sied of Intclligcneer, Tallahassee, Flo., will please give disastrous muii '
of:ittnhi1i1(ill out tho. Clerk's Office and have excited mmiser- *i'oo
J.ttlitnciflc-m uf tins) Joini aiur.tu,1leit1Gft the above c low give to despondency, kin IU iuquueu .
three insertions and forward their bills for way
o 'cr O months of Leon Cow, in the above stated wise, and iltal they ation through the whole
jr in j.0.10 11t\\"p"pcr rrll1lc..d to the General Government. country.and the con- heinous sin 1IC.\d r ii.s heart. S ,
i)dlSt ct. arc hereby, )uquircd! lo appear and plead! to the declaration payment duct ofthe Indians ifany lay; on

Awe COpy from the .Minnie i i.ccuidnij to the t uitutc' ill such case made ilnIIl"L llr /ILL be sold, on Tuesday the 2'.siday ot June has been witliut'ny jus The sick mutt rejilied with a si igI1 that hu had :

-4mJ Test, LOUKNZQ: L.MXTQ.N.?, Marc'i! Sth,CkH 1S3G.. ,\'idcil. J AS. J\. Ilt[ ['I1 1L0'I', V V next, within the legal hours of saeinLaurcns! tification. But such scenes in i greater or been guilty of a "rievous ; sin, bul the magnitude \.; .
> \\ e. 12 \t:3.: l&it Attorney for PluiiitifT.( county, at the Cowpeiis, known as Hick's Cowpens, less degree have attended Indian !
war, I. afraid to ,
was st great ,
NOTJUK.'aftcr uhcic Iccc Coleman now lives the stock of Cattle .
IIeeks" date, we :1:111: npp1y to thc lJlT. N1S'flA'fOIt'S NO'l'lCE.I belonging! to the estate of Abncr Hicks,deceased,supposed to nor I see any principle, pecu&r'applicable name it. Th :: clergyman; askeu li ho had S t-:;'

U.o .tLc.c\Junty of Leon ccu.tr ;' lUll 't' .. I IX iu uIi& aficr dute, I tlnll present my accounts to be ncua thousand dead. They will be sold Florida, which would require ompensatien been an unkind husband ? No. A tyiitmi- ..-.

lllnunlSttlll.lonolllltc! estate ()fSajwd 5\ Ciajilri' rf and vouches for filial; sulllciiicnt. and apply to in lots to purchasers. Terms of sale made known : to be piovided to her citizens, anj would not cal lather 7 l No. A.treacherous .u TNt) J t* S
Ouic count) deceased.AOAM. !j I ti;: Jld.i.I .Tt:6: 'l c ol'ilie Coi..ity: court of Leon County, on the day. The sale to continue from day to day at the same time extend to other'districts *
[ of deal than cither. a
dis i l lifir aftitm the bull have ---- werse. }\
WIJllCK :tai .1 Adminislratoishipof) the et>- until all are sold. E. W. DENNIS, Am'r.
U. 3-9w I I Dai.ni&lrr caunlry ravaged in a similar maDer. As to Have violated I of this com- f|
A.\\ ClIHI Uic ol Jamct deceased..t Knoxvillc, March 30, 1836. 37tds yon any 1ft'
-- :;Til'lTlrr.: i ....'...,..i.. i.. ,. j/. .. ..jf. _<;?.,. .TnTTIlT.. .T7V. .!I--"I., .. ....-....,.__ *. .__ ..._ 'O.I.I''R C _.:._1oJ tirnnarttr they have. nrtno. eYl'pnt. .. .. n:.. ,I_ __ .,,.. ., j }
-- -
.O' .I..I. s. o..u- II '-<"U.UtI. VUIU'UUU- u --.U..ICT-LEO.\Lk a)Jr"$ jj" (ouX'j t 'UI'L1.iQi..COl'l. T. I AJ.kl.NITAiUtt'3 'liU'1114. and TaJlahasscc Floridian, will please insert the above i payable to them, and their possessions West blubbered out the despaiiin im'uliII-"I have
l8. 1 lLmlitJl"tlil ru" ,do; ,:.; ,.r i'Ul. until the of bale. E. \V. D.1QJOT1CE. .
TI J < IX: 1111111.1.! yf'cr date, I blinll: present my Ac1 day of the :Mississippi. An act of Congress in taken and iicjlectcd ito
Il'an l the .,' a newspaper two j'tjan*
I gJQut3fl. "he IJII : (1110\- 3 4.'c.'l n s ;M'd Voi'chfis fur a !lir.al: bClfenclILj\ : ) and .-Thc subscribers'7 having qualified as 1796, first established the S
l principld that '
I Damogrs I.l.: :u,pl ly I to l's:: ili j>. ihe: J u.lgn of i.e! County Court of JLi administrators on the'estate of the late J.M.Field if any pay for it.

J .ltladhlu St' itLf d/ JV1JA I I IS.'IG: G ..uidi! ;i con:.'y, :for tl di-'-:.trgc from I l.c! Ad.i.inis- deceased, late of New-Orleans. Give notice, far all indians in amity with the United States shall J- Iii

J I Rtturuafdc$2C: 34. lu. ;,, ji 'lun lo.G fur tivi'io. .,:hiii: of tllj: c.iatr of bi.arrod MtCall, deceased.WI. persons indebted to said estate, to conc forward and cross the boundary line and comm' depredations VIRGINIA GOLD MIRE.S.KiciiMotfb: SIi- .5,J S

U. AItCALLAdiuV. the s&mc, and those who have claims against said our citizens the .
Defcndll.ot, pay upon amount of
the injury
in tail casr and all otVcrs 1 inter.cW I COMr'ANY'Y have a Mter i (
NINO just set n !
ttted viii .1 Fc1JI'u\"j": 2d, 13G. 2d.6m cbiute, lire requested to present them in the time prescribed under circumstances .
alccnolkcot the jstdng .'s'ld \ law otherwise this notice will be in theAct.should from Gen. Cooke, ( for the co f
wctics by plead in I agent: npanyt!8T. .. # ." -1' S
ntand to '1CII.-fc'ix alter date: application will be ascertained .
and \ and .
llM pltad to t.c <:c..l ir- 'VM. an eventual indemnification ) b
'ItdU f bar of rjOR WOOD .
w d 1.\J recovery. John H.J Eustace. Esq. Preside if"statingthat ; a ,
W8Ct according the tu &Jtc ii such be mode to the honoumble, 1 h judge ot tliccoi.n- j'
tIll J. M. NIXON. guaranteed the United
arJ provided. ty 4.0111'1. for Lcor county for Icttcr&of administration by States. It from an experiment, recently n ado 'upon o1

'C' D. WESTCOTT, jr t o".) the cslate of Chaii'Utr *']. Ptndltton late of said I Gadsdcn county Middle. Florida, Apri123, 37ew was farther provided that the amount paid on a.small portion of the ore taken froi i Busby's) or". .

Dated Feb.. S. SIn LEY. S'At"t's J rOI'' l\l'tIT coiuuy uccca ed. P. KEllll( acting administrator I STATE OF-SOCIETY IN l\lExlco.-'l'he- following this account should be deducted from any annuity mine it was found to produce $5 (pe.; bushel l' J>ir S
and 11. Y. WELLFUUD.Tall .
1836. 27tf II : 1 revolting picture is from the N. 0. Bee to the proper tribe. This prticiple was 1 of 100 nnd (that SOUK* ashings S
ilins 9th) J 3M. 35Gw ., ,. pounds. pan t
I. !pp. April Amh.uli..1-..-..... .! .I.-n.. n.inIArl"n"rD...._..."/x .A..-.. VI_rtonn AQU" _. .4 I ... . ,. .
L-Y'lcT-'LEOS CUTIZ'CiOa UJUUT -1\ lJ.dl.\lS rUATUR'S l\U'l'lCJ-AIJ ol Alarcn. 10: unuagain.in were even mucn ncncr J.IHS miuu is m mo '
r', 1 Summons n l rc-ponconu.iin in! .lllha\'ing claims nginstthc estate of Asa H.persons Rhodes The state of society in Mexico may be partially 1334. But it applies tnlyt as you county .1 f Goochlandand is probably the rich- "'

Itltu on. I I Trespass the case upon lJUachjHttiisutdJan.2lsl are required to present them duly auihcnticatcd learned from a publication made in a perceive, to Indians in a stato of amity, and est yet discovered in Yiiginia.' 'hero are

ses-Darnages SS00.! in the lime prescribed by law or be ( if it is to bo extended to those tries commit- '
? I IKIG.:; will orevel'lJm'cJ journal of that city, on the 12th of February several veins on the tame tract of (and, and

I Returnable to .la' {U lcn.t, icJii for make immediate; tho'sc indebted payment.to the DUIl estate'A are'rrquestctl JT C. CHAFT.to by its commandant gcneial, Gabriel Valen- ting open hostilities that measure must be taken the quantity of ore very large and increasing .

J S2200. tenders his by Congress. It is to be observed that 'the veins below the surface. -
April 9lh IS'JG.: 3, 'ppr cio. This gentlemen resignation, 'in-richness as dip

tltM dCfendot trill in said case. nRI all .ollirr iat('- -_ = in announcing the arrest of a certain Col. Juan only a portion of the Seminole Indians have I We understand that the stork of this Company

.and take to notice of the i!!uii"; uf ta'ul wilt6Adl0 AltUJAc..H S.-A handsome liarouch for one or Yanez and: othera oi the same rank; who been in a state of hostility. Maiyof ,them little as it is known, i is jselling it. an advance .

Ied' $aidcasc acc appear ing nud to the statute the in dccira-such C t\\o horses, with double! harness : ulao, A neat had murdered the Swiss consul at Mexico, have not only remained in peace", but have. of $70 per shar.e'OQ no figqal, I cfstr

made Dond provided. Buggy, with leather top, and harness suitable for one aided our troops in their operations. ,Whether i S. '
J. WESTCOTT, jr. and been guilty of various assassinations in .I. Rich'Cour.
Ju. for sale New Yoik
fist hortc,- at prices ; aniIy to
1836. 24tf Att'y for Pl'llf i in Puebla who had been :, under these circumstances, the annuity t.- 1 ,
3GlwWJio( \l ii\RTl & 1JAnrr. that city and : equal- ahnn1.1 .nn.:.._ 'no 1,, ..;.1 .:_ _' ..__.I._ _. S _. ,. . I,;
:;-UI1nICT.-G.nhDEN SUtEl110R CoUllT. arc receiving: per scar ivuisuw' au auuiuon- lo celebrated for the robbery or me stiver ingots OUWUIU %>Wlllt ww f U4U. a vuvatlVU *IV% RIOTS ,AT QUEBEC.--iuenuo" bas,Ueen

.G.R4/1ty$ j Assumpsit si'iiimoiu' ad ics>- nl inipi'ly oj -prui!;&otids. _ _ at Viscenia, of the the diligence near yet determined :t i made of serious disturbances, .(says- N- Y. .

.' r.'tLJ& J pondendum for SI 1 000 damages LAN} FOIr'AA plantation: cumprising 1 Santa Cruz and oftho convent of San Jose As to the cession b) the Semioolefl of .the : Journal of COf1.) which tookilace| Quebec

) returnable! to hpriujj; term Iti;G. I acrrbof choice; land, chielly o-k, hickory, district of country piovided for their residence tho Canadian .
discoveries made 234.
These rch !
de Gracin were by on WcdnesdajrI tween .
Attachment fur $LUO.nnd and hammock of which 3JO acres arc well cleared & West .f \ S
.c.ofth attendAnt a\) others interested will,lnlcitiLT now ready for cultivation : with requisite fencing and !Col.) Olazabal who was immediately poisoned Mississippi, that measure :cannotbe I p piilati i ii.on the\,.he, part, and the

'< inslllulio'' of said suit and the 2U- negro cabins:-V ying Jefferson county, in a well ; by the banditti. These crimes being tolerated adopted. They must exMtiohi where, !. ,English ,and,the rish'QU the olher. t the close S

*JonfiSTmcntiand to appear and plead to the settled ond pleasant neighbourhood: only IS miles )r unpunished by the general government; and if that land is i taken from th m'ttTey have fan election. ;Many persons$ >vere'severely .
case according to the east of Tallahassee, and the sumcdi ionce I II remove :
t.tntute from Jilag- to 'Abdbe i4 ei
no. place to in
: '
rae m&de on proTidcd.I nolia mid Monticello,-and immediately adjacent lo' I Valoncio resigned 'his command rather than i'PI injured in the .coflict; but no lives 1 bst. On, ,

.P..WES1'COT'r, jr. A'y fo*Plain tilt tho high road to ft. Augustine.. This land uill'be. become another victim-as' he said that tho : the country' set apart ff'U.. fjMffinffrr". !." Saturday night March 26,?" tho riots were renewed -;.-'

23tf fold oa very moderate terms; and to an approved purchaser government protected the most infamous assassins dence ef lhe Indians anl h js.ti., feikfished. !. .' and resulted,as might be exjl jcted, inuneupplyofbrokih :-

of an extended credit will, if desired, be given. to conscientious feature in the policy ot :.OTs jsprM 'right adS. 'Twi\i .'
every description for Sute in preference a magistrate. ; : persons
I. For further'particulars. enquire of the editor of 56.theFloridiaru ff of soil shall be acquired bjr l&C4Jaitid'Suitea I it:was feared 'were mortally wounded .

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j(, '' .j 1 ''tt-' r"1't tj .::i- .... ... ..< ;.____.___________ .) t.. of. Loans. J i will concentrate and bo joined by the nearest inferior grade. No Master or Sccon<. jjVVy --: --
_____--= _______ .. e\abngiO.\ f duties ai Commissioners goons Gibson. Chili Master to be promoted to Second Lieutenant,
'." ._ cMACJDALEN. J'\ : e.i' further ,enacted, That !heHed I 7th Infantry now at Fort FIAORIDIAN ;
.se.iiVaJ merritoriou :
It. ;.: H.lLLECX'J I ". beJni State and its beveral branchesUJks Mclntosh the Creek Warrior, swears vengeance except for gallant conduct, or ,:
V4,. *T flTZ-ORIEN \
.: employed by the Bank of against the Pawnees and Camanches, services, unless he shall have:entered the service A1NL! tU V G
: A afford whose blade his ne'er beep wet 1 of tst 1 Q t8
": $ : : With: blood except with Freedom1 fues; \ st let, performing the duties of Com4MD and be will no doubt add 6 or 700 warriorsto as Midshipman! ; and Boatswain, Gunners SATURDAY APRIL

: ,%o:: ,t *That hop *WhICh though iu sun be set, <'" .V' .,.'." ,! *, shall be and they are hereby 1 our command. We are making every ,.Carpenters and Sail Makers, nwt lo be< -::=-_____,_____ SO.. I II
r t l.-... Still with a star like bca.. y glows; ieq' into the Treasury of the United preparation, and we shall get off I suppose, considered as entitled to promotion to thehighergrades. ( WE would_ tliauli the Intelh'enc: : Pr-
S !t t.. A heart that worshipp'd in romance, : SLate ithree months al\er ,the passing of .The assimilated rank of not I er, \0 ..
____ 1st of May sooner. r. correctly, whel1ever .
Tke spirit of the hurried time, ., money in their possession for( the bp the or I it pretends -;
ibisrcderap* 'officers and the relative rank 01 4 ,.
EtlIt And? and steed ana > .. Arbuckle nan Fort Gibson in good combatant from .
.. dreams of knight uicc he public debt of the U. States, Gen put thing thc columns of the ffa
And )lad and minstrel-rhyme i' in the blo'ck officers of the Army and Navy to be fixed by \ II
i ) -tQve tSbeerwise thereon remaining their hands, and mounted field pieces : former lllS.. .'
!.r .nd. repair number'
I These had and I deemed would be, of the President which order shall be< we mentioned ;
been, order
t' ''<\ and,wbjS-tt not been applied for by the personor houses, so that should our neighbors ever eYera), e
.:t'II: My joy, whate'er my destiny. bright persoot'citled to receive the san e. I' make an attack, they will find thill s in better previously approved by Congres. No gi I cater jects National Politics, on which r or

,. ;.',1 ..?i- Born in a illumed camp its watch-fires cradle' Led ; Sec S;: JU be itjurther enacted, That it shall preparation then at poor Maj. Dude's com : uutnber Midshipmen to be appointed, than hgencer might have broken a I'e '1

t ',r.:. ,' And Alone I bad born with my "' ild delight, be the duty i the Secretary of the Treasury, to mand. I shiill: benecessary Incomplete the organization were detrmined to run tilt against th f llJ:

V(p it My banner, where Bolivar led. pay over to.ic person or persons entitled to receive I i authorized by this act; and all aditionu 1 istration, and were not etd. J :I
L-Z hue was on my cheek, ,the the amount so received, into the a little
p t .. Ere manhood's bro'v, Sltlf. second ection of this FORT JE SUP, April 14 1856. appointments to ba selected as far as prarti so small a 8urpri4 en
iV' )!; Or manhoods pride was on my Treasury, bjvirtue of the mbJ4ct as the fact that :
: Its folds are furled-ihe war bird Leak, act, and of ay. : money in the Treasury, not oth Dear NacogdocUt's has; been abandoned cable, from the States, in ;proportion to the I leste, had cal ed on the hdt 111"" V.
J' V l i tfi f: '! I? thirsty on the Andes now ; auprcfraleu.: I and by this !hour probably is m ruins a J number of Senators und Representatives.No : have furnished President, A,. abl.

'l.tt.f' I longed, like her, for other-rifice.t skies. Sec. ** be itfurther enacted, That nothing detachment of the Mexican army, has by an person to he appointed a Midshipman who matter for n paragraph,0(j ,
t7: Clouded by glory's a contain iitthis aci shall be constiued to authorize extraordinary movement been united with the I is under fourteen, and above eighteen; and a column I from his redoubtable i

t ,.\; In Greece, the brave heart's Holy Land, the! spjnlraent; of a Commissioner or Com to receive a warrant, unless he shall he, from a circt pen, or
ihe bugle sings, )tI' Indians of the North who j it is reported are no one mstance of so little dt'
.It. : Its soldiet-song mission? ; ,"Loans in State, District, or Territory itn.
I any
:. ," 4-,. And I had bue"led on my brand. 'swings, ", o\\,.th&J. S. Approved, April 5th, 1536.k 1500 strong, and unless timely succour is I have received from his commander satisfactory anee, should hive: imagined: that ei M
t.t ', And waited but the sea won obtained the country \vill be overran, and the testimonials of his cond'jet nnd capacity.By safety or the morals of the nation were/'"* ,D
1.V.,\' : To hear me where or lost or [Public JNo IO.JAn nnd horrors which were, so lately the last section, it is i made the duty of the
r frown or smile, the of the second depredations grr. We did net call it "a isNational
; act to spend operation
: ..
f tiuLje
k Hve"wuAose of l enacted in Florida will now be renewed on President to cause to be prepircd: rule.s for : Pfgr
r'.t,, lird section of "An act making appropriating PoliticThjs l
11 Scio's proviso, shall the nnd mwquotaifo
; hun the which
Or'die with those of the Western border of our happy land : Navy, contain length oft& 1'
:1" t1.; ;.; Ani find, in valor's tent a tomb home., for the civil and the diptomntlc 1635.eXpenses dreds of families are rapidly fleeing from the 'nature of the service of each grade, befoic Inteligencer, i is )n a par with thole 1 q, (. 1
-4 Government for
V 4 i. .1 In. life or death a glorious c year down be and such other things by which lawyer sometimes
they promotod
who ;
V ,'''l left but yeslerday Be it encted by the Senate and House of ruthless savages, are hastening up- may i make t r.
V 4 l. J a.u1d have boy.years behind, on themandall IS confusion between here and as may be necessary for the proper discipline extremely ridicihus before tt V
The scene of my Representlives of the United States of America sensibl juriea LV t
1- -t ; carf'less w r, Gov. J.uitman-thc noble arid regulation of the service. ;
.. on Augustine.
;...:V; Aid ftoaed .my breathing Wind, Cogresa assembled, That so much of -- t(
willed the und brave Quitman, who merely went to ex- The of the President the
i J 1.: : bade adieu to aught 1 the third section of the act, entitled "An actmakin message on GENERAL. SCOTT, B1FFLED- Cf
" f ,', .z. J coul.i 1ye sought have or met or velcomed here, (ap.opriAtions for the civil and diplo- plore the country and lay out the promised subject of the estimates for a general! system I THE V'OLV.Hl'. : D1ngp. JfJ

. }( .'....:.._- WlJ.--...... ,,vl'r "r shaded or a tear houKht., matic expenses of Government fur the year landbas heedlessly found hiinselfaud his hand ofdrfrnee, divides the requisite fortifications The Indians in possession of the CounbyiJ;; \

: 11.",,.,.;:. '- Such V A sigh was, a 1 yesterdt\v murmur ; but then 1835," n provides that the whole number of ful of devoted adherents hummed in by the into tlree classes. A., whi h embraces those the Suicannte.t'ndthe Frontier comrtiitl J ri

:.':: I had not known ihce, Magdalen. Custom \louse officers in the United States, Mexicans on one side, arid the cursed Indianson I works, first to be executed has r.wne in it for THEIR MERCY Hi **
.!4. : ....... within me, the other and he i is now rallying the scattered South Carolina. B. which those P
.. .;I.: To-day, there is a change on the Isbf January, 1834, shall not be in ; / composes The Bulalion! of Florida Volunteers!
VSV is a weight upon my brow, inhabitants, and forming a rear guard to to be next executed, contains works in Port ie
"::1 ; There: once could win me creased util other vise allowed by Congress I command] of Col.tnel! READ, has arrived gZ
,; .4 :,.o.' ;. And Fame all,I whose loved,whispers is powerless\ now. be, and thi' same is hereby suspended to the protect the unfortunate women and children, Royal Roads not projected, 300,000: to Tampa, and! has! been discharged. V "
From :
V ; r\ :'l There ever is a form, a face, end of the resent: session ofCongress.ApprovdApril51836. who are hurrying with all possible speed to mount 110 guns and have a :garrison of 590 : ed much from sickles, produced bv the V
: !;. \ 4. Of maIdens beauty in my dreams, the Sabine. Gr'n. Mason reached hero express men in war, and 110 in peace. C., contains hut are now mosih convalescent. P
before me, like the. race, last Gen. Gaines with -One death I
::< J i!; Speeding evening-and estinatps: for a Fort on Balt'hend Island, a I
the mountain strC'1ms.t. occurred, during the
it-: ''.' To ocean, of air and laughing eyes, IMPCRTANT FROM TEXAS. just promptitude has ordered 8 or 10 companies Hednibton Federal Point (Cape Fear) works : had campaign.-Thougb lf"i i
dancing w to
J Lvt i ::":; With That seem to mock me, as it files By the evant arrived this morning, we from this garrison to be on the line of I at Georgetown, at the mouth of the Santee, at I I learn from opportunity[various: distinguish Iht-maeJw..,:"It! ,tI

t. ''i. Mr sword-U slumbers in its shea'h! have the fo',owing information, which we thinkcan march by 3 o'clock p. m. und to reach the Ston) Inlet, North and South Edisto, and St. with the quarters: thatlheircondu r a

V.p. ,t'.1.; My hopes-theIr starry light is gone; be depndep Sabine to nignt as early as possible. lIe will Helena-amounting in the whole to the sum unqualified approbation (,f their (1
I of death upon. officers. Such
f i." J. :"Mr heart Ihe tabled clock low, lingering tone ; Col Fanin evacuated Goliad on the 19th taku the comm \md and thus add another laurelto of &S,000. The total amount 0 fl'. waj their discipline and waEnes to
}: ;:"SLii ; ,.t And Beats this with the land same of Magdalen, March, by irder of Gen. Houston, Commander : the crown of glory which he has so resentlyand mates for the three classes, for the whole Union : -, ulicn employed as guards and flantos,4jt t 'II

WKI. ":t"." Seems now the only' spot on earth, Vifi in Chie; his force was between 340 and justly earned in the East. The bugle is $31.501,268. I the savages did no. surprise them, in a sfDgk J10 a
rF "Whose skies are blue and flowers green, sounded and the line of march stance, consequent y, they suffered no 'k t
11. r. once j
; : build household hearth, 350 men; I>>ovt S miles east of the fort they once ** The senate has: been engaged to day on froq
: $.... And hear I my the with 2000 commenced.it will not cease, I hope, till Mexico Walker those sudden attacl s which were contiDl1allJ'made }
N And breath my song of joy, and twine were surromded by enemy the Bill, in the debate, in which Mr.
. 4 ., ..v'. A lovely being's name with mine. cavalry am infantry. The advance guardwas has fallen, or Texas is free. Mississippi, assumed a tone towards Mr. on the anny during- its march. We were mim.! I

t4 tA.. ...... In vain! in vain! the sail is i spread ; cut off 28 in number. The attack was Rouse up the friends of Texas with all possible I Cia!, which drew from the hitter gentleman ken last week, in slating: that Colonel! RUD had j (

.. ...If I' ..., To sea! to sea!the my unmourn'd task is there dead; made by the enemy between 4 and 5 o'clock, haste and urge tho Florida volunteers I a very feeling and forcible reply. Mr. Walker I. been ordered to the Withlacooclu-e! tr_ reare tLt t

:: r4t,i ,.' But They when lay, among me, and the ocean air P. M. Famin fought them till late in the on their return to take. vessels and steamers, attempted to vindicate himself, but he did girrison at the block-house} established;; 'W bj1r s

;.J V "I':. :Bringing tidings of my day of doom. evening an4( repulsed them with a small lossen and embark for the Trinityand reach Robbins not prove very successful in his retort. Mr. : M'LEMOUEHe d I d not even know of its .,?

," I !to:".: : May'st thou be then, as now thou art, his part hile that of the enemy was 190 Crossing as soon 39 possible, and protect the Cia/ said a few words afterwards: by way 01'1 ence.-It was, iudo'd, his wish: to assail the ru. .3

i 1 i"?o\': The In load smile star and of voice a happy in eye home and; heart, killed and rmny wounded. After the enemy suffering inhabitants in that quarter-cut of expnining any nppeaia-ice of personal: feeling my i hi! their strong holds there, but was nota!) I' t

I f;.... The! same as thou hast ever been, had fallen bifck, Col Fannin entrenched him- the retreat of the Mexicans and restore Gen. in the remarks which he had made." ed to do so, by General SCOTT, but was ordered 4V,

V," V '' The loved the lovely Magdalen. self during tie\ night. On the following morn- Houston who is now fighting: his way, I hope to confine his opera ions, strickly to making ob. dserva

i I i. ::1'.j FROM THE NEW-YORK EVENINO STAR. ing the eneny shewed a white fl.ig. Fannin to victory' on the banks of the Brassos-I shall WASHINGTON April 14. lions, as to the depth of water on the br, r

tI TO THE LADIES. the continue on to day till I reach friend Quit- This Mr. resoltitioi the of
!j 't', A BACHELOR'S SONG went out to meet commanding generalwho my morning Drorngoole's at entrance tle: river, which duty was jrormcJ t
V :;' i..t Oh, no I never mention it, represeited to Col. Fannin that he knew man-dead or ahve-God grant he may be calling on the Secretary of the Treasury_ ( by him in person, with a small detachment c

t lV1 1 I dare not breathe the name; the force opjosecl to him-that he wns en- safe and preserved for the furture good of his forirnformation touching the Deposite Bank in boats.-While th re, he di coved a flatbuatnn r
iv j It tilt;'. V A And Bachelor would I've remain always the been same., trenched in in open praire without water, that country and Texas. F. B. S. and the Agent of Mr. Reuben\ M. Whitney, one of the kev, *, wh ch corresponds; with the on t

: ; ,"I to''.r.; 1 But jokes on jokes you play on me, he was surromded, and that his men must In great haste yours truly. was calledjup, and Mr. Wi-e movod thatjit be belonging! lo the garrison, at the WitUacoodetblockhouse. !! r

I ;o'fi". r; To make me change my lot; perish, and tlat he wished to show him quarters airended by striking nil out after the word re- .-It had been cut in two, by an wi-
; But when you win the trnth from me, V &c. capitulation was made with the We understand that information had been oved: and inserting the resolution that he
I :\ .. 1 I'd rather not." ward hand. uith a d.ill axe.-He 3sofiundanst!
say, usual forms honorable warfare; Col, Fan- received at the Adjutant Generals Office from has pressed upon the House with more violence of of
You bid me seek in married life a portion the Jefferson lIililia.These circumstunces
; t.\r:: The charms that others see, nin was to hy down his arms, and march Gen. Brook, commanding at Green Bay sta- than discretion for the last ten days. have created the I

V!1'V''ji.; But were I now, a married man, back to Goliad; where they were to remain ting that a war belt from the Seminoles is circulating lie sustained his motion to amend, in the : most painful apprehensions I

V i tt p} You'd find no joy in me. 6 or 8 days as prisoners of war, to be shipped amon! the Winnebagoes, and that most violent tirade of abuse towards all sides that the ga Tison has been surprised and {
!: Tis true that I can call no more there is ] that the cut to (piecesHad le known at the time, that ,
i1 .. to New Orleans from Copano. They surrendered reason to apprehend e latter of the House, till the expiration of the morning -
On those I oft have
... t.t" ., :I do not grace their parties DOW, on these conditions, on the 9th day after Indiana muy I.M imliirpfl, to commit hostilities hour Mid produced not the least et1i t"t. forty men were thus jostedin the heart nf the Enemies' t
: j'l 'i';" But how can I regret. their arrival at Goliad; they were assured that against our set tlements.'rhe "' Whitney be a bad man, and the Administration country, noihiii;.would have prevented

,: 1(1'( :,' For Oh there arc .n many thin jRe i a vcbaelkfas- ready io ic..ciYU them at Oupanu state of things among tho Indians goneplllv i be corrupt-and I am not the defender trnllaiil! officer from lauding and culling ha w'; 1

''o : I: >Vl the past to me; life I to embark for New Orlaans, and Col, F. I seems to render an increase of the of either-Mr. Wise i is ihe last man in the through) tl) their: reli 'f, with the handful[ of mea ,

V' 'tf tvV' 'rhejteasuresof So haPPl' calm single and free. marched out U file, the :Mexicans each side army indispensably necessary. We are satisfied world to produce a corrective. He is so violent under his comma nd.- \\"e fear,that anolherbloody ;

". '. '!: The joy, 1 ve known in flirting with of him. The were marched down about 5 that the best arrangement hich can be that like the rattle snake he destroys tragedy has been enacted, which wilt be anoltn (

;' ; )l'; All maidens young and fair ; miles, and th order was given to fire upon made, with respect to all the Indians living himself and his objects with his own venom. monument of the embecility improvidence aaJ 1

1: i;;';" Aye Invites, each me coquette to beware.I look upon, them. At the first fire nearly every man fell!- wtihin our settled frontier is to remove them He grows more and wore violent with defeat, : indecision which has jharacteriseJ the kite caav:

You tell me married men are now a Mr. Haddei of Texas and 3 others succeeded without delay. The proposition made by the. and the consequence is, that defeat overtakeshim I paign.At .

:r' The gayest of the gay- in reaching some bushes about 100 yards Secretary of War to the military committees' the oftener.( the time Generrl 1 CLINcH wassupercedeubj 1

V I \ :..:\., You hint that: Bachelors are fools! distant. Thy were pursued by the enemy of both houses, seems to us to present the After Mr. Wise disposed of the Wisconsin I General SCOTT, we were not without npprefcension I

1"! : .1 heed not what you say. into the highgrass where they lost sight of best ;plan which can be adopted for protectingour was :J- of a disasterous 'esult.-General Ctucffi ii
Bill from'
' Like down
me perchance struggle onWith came the Senate
you ,
...r : them. H. nrnained in the nil night. in settlements against Indian depredations. I fie
a feeling of despair, grass an amendment proposing that the an able officer, well quainiec with the enemy
r. of
} salary
\ V ;){' $ But married if you'd live life,forbear.as I would live, the morning b succeeded in making. his'es.-, This:: plan proposes that a military road shouldbe the Governor shall he $3,500 instead of $2,- had to contend with, md! has always had the confidence
from Peters
,.; t .:-. .- cape. .- opened,1. 1T. some. where. near u 500. The House refused= to concur: and the of the men inder his command. TU
:; '" By the Leant we also have information on me to lied river. That a cor-
\, }h k' BY AUTHORITY.j bill was sent back to the Senate. At two o'- only impression I that I as yet been made on the enemy -
[ I that the Indians on the Mexican frontier have don ofposts should be established along this
' :tt., clock, the House went into Committee of the was on the 31st I ec., when they were met by
risen in force that American road, :supplied with
great ; ene had proper garrisons, and with Ut1ticri
; 1 Whole and took the General General CLINCH with hundred regulars
up Appropriation ,
been killed aid all and all the munitions of
; was tarror confusionin war, and means of subsis
:Hill, which! was discussed until General! CALL.Tfiis -
. near 6 o'clock -- hundred Volunteers, under
l.I the Gen Gaines has tence for :
couutr, advanced totheSubine' necessary immediate operations.That .
} N : V and the House adjourned. The bill finds was really to these wh()113d an opportunity
vith about the
700 and should
men col. dragoons
was kept ranging a-
,'. but !little difficulty in its progress: and will!! of being frilliant affair, a desparately
engaged, a
ledting all th< force of the country to attempt long it. during all the open season of the yeor
t 1;,'" be adopted without much opposition." S fought battle.: -Instead, of giving dIe officers a!-
to etop the avance, of the Indians. Report and that all g. rrisonsin the Indian frontier
V Laws of the United Slates passed at the the
: L, t...' Session. twenty- estimated then at 10,000 strong.-N. 0. Bul. within this line, should be transferred to it as -- ready in the field, the means continuing
fourth Gongresi firtt
l soon as the ren.oval of the Indians from their NEW ORLEANS April 9.-Yesterday in pursuance contest on equal term, heavy, unwieldy masses

: j..r >, [PUBLIC, No. 9.] INDIAN M1SSACRE IN THE WEST. neighborhood will permit. As the subject is I of the sentence of death passed upon of men have: been assembled, without regular!

j 0 I" interesting to the western shall him for the murder of Harvey, the condemned depots of provisions, without transports, infJatrj
Lit: An act amendatory of"the act for the relief of The Baltinore Patriot of llth inst. has country, we I
.. Bird the infanlrr
; L4; ttie sufferers by fire in the city of N. York," the followinglelter which conveys the painful publish this report as soon as \\e can find roomto paid scaffold.forfeit of his life upon the i"nommous without cavalry without and cavalry without boasted COllI

LT; [-\4\ passed March 19, 1836. intelligence tiat more of our citizens have do it.- Washington Globe. and all acting! I ol1ctrt.--file

Be fallen victimflto Indian barbarity. Our -- We cannot here but allude bined movement thatas tu have been effected V
jt't it enacted<< by the Senate and House oft gal- to a practice it'
From the *
Representatives of the United States of America lant army wil apparently, be fully engagedthis Cour. which, though: greatly diminished, stili prevails on the Withlacoochee, came to notMngand
\" iummer'in: the Red Men FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS. to a rediculous flict that tie three armies arrived
.c. in Congress assembled, That the operation punishing for a great degree in our cityaud which is ,
I of the act entitled "An act for the relief the wantonmss with which they have shed WASHINGTON, April 14. the too frequent use deadlY weapons carried 1 Tampa, within twenty four hours, without

of the sufferers by fire in the city of New the blood of'he: while "Mr. Wise:: has been very persevering in about the person. The practice indicates a I I them has'ingseeu the ol her. Colonel LINDSfJawholl

York passed the 19th day March last past, Correspondence, of the Baltimore Patriot. in his attempts to get tho House of Representative i bad state of morals. and should be put don !I ) without mounted men-consequently,, ,

hall be, and hereby is limited and confined ILR FORT GIBSON, A. T'y. ) to sufpend its rules, in order to give i by a strong and decided expression of public'I was attended through most of his march, \

exclusively to such bonds of the description. March 14 1836. } him an opportunity introducing his resolution feeling against it. As the law prohibits the I body of Indians, on poi ies, as a guard of baIlOut

let forth In said act, as were made and entered I: promisel. to write you should any thing of enquiry, concerning Reuben M. Whit- .carriage of arms, or weapons( of destruction, I ready to avail themsslv; ,:s of the slightest e!

i : into at the custom house in the city of New turn up in tlis quarter, and I know at home ney and his connexion with the Deposite IS a mere dead letter as to any enforcements or lack of caution.

York prior to the sixteenth day of Dec. last an interest ii felt for. the far West, and for Banks aud the Treasury. Yesterday he accused of its provisions it would! seem that our only The spirit( enlcrprii e, on the part oftheyoao!

i J ast. those who difend her frontiers. the Secretary of the Treasury with 'haVing hope for the abandonment of so odious and I officers, has been repressed lo an unreasonable *

'4 4 V JAMES K. P.OLK. Tbing-s! it: this quarter look as we were to been guilty of a suppressio veri and a dangerous custom, mnst be found in the good i I cjree.-No effort has.beei!i imade_ to meet the Weff V

t Speaker' of the House Representatives have troubh ere long with the Indians on the suggestio falsi, in having sent nn inaccurate sense and energy of those citizens, who may in their own. way, by partizan warfare, except

1fp.V -'.. Vice President of the United M. VAN States BUREN, Grand Prarie.AnEajress. reply to a former resolution on the same sub be duly impressed with the importance of private a few instances, and eve;a then,.we,believe,,**t i

V' 'j'1V : S VV President of and the Senate. arrived at head quarters a few ject. If Mr. Whitney is employed by the security and public order. out the sanction of the higher officers. The
V days since, announcing to Gen. Arbuckle that Deposite Banks, and as the The victim of his bad passions who ? !
Approved April 11th 1836. ngentto manage yoster- suit is, that ihe Indians, fiom impunity,h3\"e.
the Camanches and Pawnees had murderedall their between day the
:jJe ANDREW JACK N. negociations them and the Pre expired on gallows, would now in all: daring their desultory attacks, toa degree.w1.
V flJ _____ VV_ __ the Trades at Coffee's Trading House, on sident, and ifhis pay be fixed and given out probabilty have been moving in Us humble Iv conceivableOur: in the late camps"
4r [PCBLIC, NoL I I.] Red River; i il the Pawnee county. One man of the funds of these Banks, I do nut see how iphore of active industry, gaining an honest an ly
An act to repeal so much of the act entitled, An only escaped\ he has arrived here and described the Banks are to be reached"by iavestiga- support for himself and nil dependent can be compared to'noihing.but a prizeoXiSW fJ
., act transferring the duties of Commissioner of 1 any {; upon to death by hornets, with )ut the,ability tofl/
$ Loans the masstcre as dreadful, 50 or 60 Ame- tion which Congress may require to bo made lim.hnd he not have caniec! about him the fatal ,
V to the baa
ef the United
States, and a- or catch his : (eneral SCOTT,
1 V bolishlng the office of Commissioner of Loans" ricans and sane Creeks and. Osages were into this transaction. It is said that the inCome inatl u.me ,"with which, in a paroxysm o' annoyers. 1nvs-shooung sauo

AS requires the Bank of the United States to butchered. \\ Whitney, from the various Banks a- rage, he inflicted death upon a fellow being. gravely harpooningtnin meansal'
$tht perform the duties of Commissioner of Loans It was,near,(Coffee's Trading House that mounts to 30 or 40,000 dollars-an enormoussum \\ e ,can but hope that the fate of this indi- pers with artillery.-He Las used
f4t for the several States. the 'rea"la." year was made with the Ca- of itself. vidual will prove u salutary warning to those jisproportioned! lo the object--He has i 113 .

ir Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representative mancbes and pawnees but owing to Colonel 11 The bill reported by Mr. Southard, for addicted to the vicious habit alluded to. through* the enemies' ct untry, and back tffj

: : g .J the United States of America: in Dodge Dot.b4g thero agreeably to promise, organizing the Navy of the United States, with five thousand men, ;nnd of course they o81 l

V Ii Conprtt aisttabkd, That the first, second, and the .Treaty was toro and TADAQUINA for according to civilized wa 'fare, to consider them
piovide the
S* j thlro lections of the act entitled, An act transferring fierce and up a following officers; 1 Admiral On the 12th, Gen Scott, shipped from Tampa
sivWe Camanche warrior warned 2 Vice Admirals, 4 Rear Admirals 9 Commodores Bay 399 Seminoles selve conquered.
of ,
the duties Commissioner of Loans to men women and children not J&
V the Bank of the United States, and of abolishing Gen.. co'abt; men to leave their country 55 Captains, 75} Commanders, 200LicutenantslOO being Black Dirt and his tribe. General SCOTT, at our litest dates, was I"J

i. the ofikfe of Commissioner of Loans," passed ; his not conplyin has been fatal to them Second Lieutenants,40 Masters. On the 15th the army in two bodies startedto from the scene of Major DACES' massacre, on
; March the.thIrd" hundred all. Our menwho! the Camanches last Volusia, He had lost four of his DJ>
V eipleen and seventeen saw 20 Second Masters, 75 Past Midshipmen return on both side of the Withluceochee way to just
V be, and the same are, hereby repealed and the summer, described them as a fierce, warlike 300 Midshipmen, and such number of in the hope meeting the Indians in an ambuscade.On his arrival at Yolu31-!

k : Sick of the United Stales, and its.several, branches race of men, well mounted and armed with a Boatswains, Gunners Carpenters and Sail brce.J J JA some he intended to discharge the South Can""

:: : and such State Banks' employed under the lance and *hield J They are a wandering tribe Makers, as the public service may require. lina voluneers.Vhether this measure will
V provision! of said act hy the Bank of the United b
State, ft* have heretofore done and performed and we mayvlook for them all next summer And of non combatants, 50 Surgeons, 45 Pur- ship canal of 8 miles, leading from the carried: into effect, it is impossible to say, after

are now ddiOR and performing, the duties of Com without eyeHcrosftiM; their trail. There is serf, 15 Chaplains, 25 Passed Assistant Sur- iwiwippi, 3 miles below Fort Jackson to finds the state of affairs in his rear/ _The In*

:7 mintoner of Loans, shall be, and they are hereby. no dou. lfc 'Uplie46Ulcs" will resent these gesns, and 50 Assistant Surgeons. All appointments he Gulf of :Mexico, and passing through a ire in possession of many if the abandoned bff

required to transmit to the Secretary of the Treasury murder Jl-rW: will match from here or promotions to be made from >rarie on tho.left of the, river, is now proposed in Alachua, which, like prudent conquewrs, lit!

: V immediately after the passing; of this act, all fV )P' W Pn! 'wilt admit of our horses the next inferior grade; and whe.n; there is nota by (he enterprising citizens of New Orleans. lave not destroyed, and ie? presume, thjfy. ,

i the boot, papers: std rtctrdt io their possession living &,i iq>'TKvJirloi8. : ,}. regiment of Dr .. sufficient number on the next, then'from the :Ihe coat is estimated ess' than half a rail themselves of the e; tensive plantain

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of corfl.-' the mean: lime, volunteers' now in the field, must breast tbe storm iliaries I .
large e1' I and keep a powerful! in check were becoming gradually concentrated( hi Bruin would I
on every army unlil relief not mali .
their depredations comes the uorlhern ;':" I
continuing fIr all is Iust frontiers, where the chief strength of l lor thns : Jr* : the 'Uizens of thIs cbrrimonwealth to
dfoVaiidon- -we want provisionsarms I Don Unceremonic ':" :, inter-
Militia men. 'Ul l by
| were CarU,3 .41 iw4"i1C t .
The ;
Ftonda exists. fir t -
tf regular has had The M the institulionof
East have never seen such men as army twilight was fa', J.1 slavery t :t
I __The months illS said, compose our]HtLI army an increase ol 7000 1' 111"tiit ., "
;" two ago nearly men, and the detach- and 1 hU tji* S !..tbern Sutea
SCOTT here it
no thinks position 1.:1" bay existed 1
was ,
I it is also I Il'P ; man ever to retreat or surrender. ments of recruits amounts ; \cotherwise t.- f" .tue ThZ.'J ing tl erei-,
WCenMm which cogent reason, to nearly 100,000. I would l .;- the
They can be conquered only' by extermination have : '! at J "' i -J establishment of the Consttliitioniving .
'xpepse iiitsenerjsyrnay at I ,
I MACOMB io discharge! length (terminate the .
induced General : thing can depress their ardour, we are frequently for hut rlreadttl! war which) has lately in petty rounded bv his wife tMsay : .' .t "It .. t._ "tIi.' ."t'' ih :. been recognised by that instruinenIwing -, ,1

dreumi fifty nien' from lhe upperGeort' : days without any thing but Bull beef to eat, and after and secure the throne for the young tarred ftueen.FROM .Spain, Still nothing Joe of the gl l. I ,'Vt: .;. f' :z; : :: .,. .j ;, u.vi .r"K atrictljr .within their own fieep '1
r will' were as gaIan! a band working hard all day could as Sleep r& i, p. :, :; ; "dIM "r ]:, j _
:, ;
you but see the.scmec ed :
1'0 to be able caJl I .
tJ4 II front to the foe, and would have j. who have made up their minds to die THE PHILADELPHIA HERALD. io ', ., .i ;\ i ; t f : I 'lue report while, Ieaningngijnst; .
-laughing .
ihO\feJ The West.-Those who live lungs, though not'pf a. i' -,:., > : ponul j
-n# oJ the country of the predatory bands poking, and singing, you would think them the hap or in the Atlantic States, upon consider seaboard" the to ,the t.sk, and alihc :W :. :':It'.' ,.t t"'ttli'' N t'rl I i;;' : l'I'ID, remarks-"It is well understood -

/i.J they been so cm[emtoved.-There jpiest i and best fed men in the world.: \\Te't" as enmmt) rcill'J' at generally the western base ol the the live long night, m. IT tb- c' ,,!"_ .. It .t!, 11. hi'' ft licentious use either of the presor i.f i..

olio Clever, i in the eport that, the In-I r Since the above later was written, this devoted Alleghany Mountains and extending to the Mis- I he succeeded no 1 JeU' .<*:.1 L Ii (i 4.m 1.._.f.'t"iIft.,. Vltl.f 4 .ue, renders the party amenable t, the

,. olrLJt retired Il) the e\ r-g-1Jc1 s.-Their I band of daring patriots have had much desperate sjssipp river, we designate as the far West," in calling spiritS fron'I.. ., '. ditJt- } f a Co&fl.o i law jurisdiction of theCourts of jmJ -

L.' s hlfe always has been, in the hamJn'ilin fi.hting with the overwhelming foice of the Mexican hut in speaking now of '. the West," we mean all wearisom night for J) 'Ifo' : ,'h,, i'1(;' .'F hntJ t il ; your committee are of opinion th.it
iD'-L b\b'! is i the >Viihl.ic iochee to the I It army-the last oiF.cijl} accounts received in thiscity the country west of the western line of Pennsylvania fast, he ne'erVa er "I g- I.. I S; .:!, HJP r !.;" diction is amply sufficiont brat cir- '
I ; l from wa from officer Virginia was somewhat worr .; i..'. ..... tl.c
an of &c. ,
and fr.l
their 1ics onf.cag3l i anding in the Trxian east of the line of the ces which can arise in this
I HEAD saw scribe
> Colonel his L. com non-
.1 ftr" army, who was a few days since in New-Orleans. Rocky mountains. In casting one's eve over this .I sensationsthe .A"(3 .... t' kst; (
Cl'ent of this CIt8T.fbetXl'CuL : Colonel Panninsr: had cut his way thronch the enemy country I greater; in extent than some, ul'I I the most regular John Bu '1\ 1 'I:,". h".ff'-! f .
tt"'bote \'e finc nre Hid to learn, has deter- and nni ed wh;,; General houston powerful kingdoms of Europe, watered by some I fcatislliction(; known ; ',0 f : "vieJ II \ ..

_.. -.....,., vi.mr in this ('mer l'nc!.-Orimmediately j j i i.it I(I i a\'etlI50 men out of -100 nn.lpr! |tk; .mmnH, havinonly ol the,noblest! .streams'" on the Globe! possess a soil t I "n.t cessantly.r\.i.._Hut____there,L ___fla'i' .. !h? case, .,... r., _, from'NncogJochcs., .\_. _uL '_. ., ,_ i in. _Tsxas .'fi'
inedWL4 given, to ,.igniie, iher.ii.chua I I \\e have not Yt t the f'p'of't "killed' s scarcely equalled :n 'lertility by any similar extent { c..M .LJUU'UY 13 increiore unucMJC 'flS31IJ OIhed I- U IIJUI1 WDUSt lDer ,nc (hued in pub; C
or the of 1 holding fast, till it seemed to bohi lie with Col. Crockett
'f' be country in the world, and having such extraordinary ._ and who had just anivcd' '
taken to atlord) paiticulars of the action .
anti measures I -which is said have '
to aching
; I tat facilities for its to as though the Mvr trio own from Tennessee.-The old bear-hunte' _
I transporting produce
t:1ltl1. 0. IC women and cliildrcn.Sln.iilda I I ken place on the l')ih of Match, the last ten days after various markets, and of in had grown together. .* K.. being toasted made oil
to LIkEeaSSaTY' i importing goods leturn, a speech to the Texan!
I. It nee sufflrient force will 1 be sent from the date of the preceding Iel (r. -one cannot but exclaim, what; country it isaud As day light returned. and the u c ole' $from Mr. I replete with his usual dry humor.-He b I

keel) the war on thc other what a country it must eventually become !" Sleeper's chimney began to curl up' J racefully: nearly this "I rgan i t
1 FROM TilE AGUSTA though rather style am toldgentlemen that
COURIER 13x11 dimley in the d1J1a;
IJfSTAXT. ThougllVl have e Dobson
t.distrietI in again
that should
sUannec.-We mist I t, I ( our own opinion) | when a like
of rtllt The great match.-11 e contest I between Argyle reached that very uncertain point in the journey of i repeated his cries forsuccor ; nd 'his heart stranger myself arrives amonj you
consider iht'ir I set vices unm-cesa-: and Col. UrovclPs Stahle life l was 600 n gladdened by the the first inquiry is-what brought him f
r 1 t SCOTT was hrou ht tl) an "isJ which divides the young ,>nd the old, yet it is appearance of'bis wor- here ?- --
,[jtDtrJt; j-min to disband hem, any orderruA ,I J sue on yesterday, over the Lafjyette Couisc, in wiihin our recollection u the man or the fami thy but inactive neighbour, who hd at last been To satisfy your curiosity at once as_ to, mJ elf,

.15,111rr a llc dircgardc.l.-Wc omitted) t'iis'!: vicinity. (Col. Crowell run John Bascojjbe, l ly, who was about to emigrate to Ohio, was looked attracted by the voice of the suffr, 'bearing an I will tellyou all about it. I was for tome 1

'toL'Jatfn; ; the ,place, that i the \Ol U U.tefll !; Hohvia and Lady Nashvil'e' being adjudged hro- upon as departing lrom the civilized world. axe upon Ins; shoulder. Dobson lid never been years, a member of Congress. In last

JDlDfDIJ3ve I n proper returned, we.e. .lisd.arged! a [ken down, or nearly! and destined, fur; t ftc harem iMonths, and we might almost say, years of pOparatiou so much rejoiced at seeing Mr. Sleoer before!- canvass. I.told the people of district my that
beit IIP my '
wf verwkind ,} .
just II tobin Hood I and was a and estimate
Billy Austin were for the neighbour. if
having required md"enJless
perilous fit
had sprained ; they saw to re-elect
service expired. would
of I me. s'jrvo'i.
II No t! their term a day or iivo since, the ancle joint of one of j journey, ant: when the day of departure at length Why thm'MKmake haste, Mf Sleeper and them ."; I l'
"'I"e.1s1oml itied; to state, ih-at General I SCOTT, selempbtcs I litis, 1)relcgs I by accitlcnialiv. ticnding on a piece arrived, friends, relatives and townsmen assembled not Se' lounging alofg at that rate, *fan you see as faithfully-as I had donp; but/4/.lnoU ,.. ,

OlID, I dismantling fort King, ailh | if brick in I raining.Vcli, Argyle and BWomhej to bid eternal adieu to those who were" about 'to.. bellow t r.hristian in such kettle orMisb-M tbis?" they might. go to hell aDt I wouldgoJo.?]!.- ,* t.

: usy I U131CJ ': n any other, to overawe j! \et. At least three thousand, some say five t thousand be separated from them by such an interminable "I vum is that you MrDobsoniup R -tree I as. I was beaten gentlemen andhn.In"i, -j-. 1 ,

I j t ttuer ca c !-Tills: measure is siren- J : persons assembled, to witness the issit?. Bet- space as to [prechuie all hope of ever seeing them I I their And was it you I heard holloing. last I The roar applause was like a th ud erbJ Irst. Yt tl

the I enemy CLINCHft :; I iIIL was 10107 on Ar \'Il'. The drum fota moment 30'31n-p.,--'- tIn... il..o... .il.-..- .".I.* IIOA... -... '.".,"". '.J'U 1 "n.:' ..' ",n_. I night ? I guess -you <>u :I Ir d opposed hy General 1 I huohed t i the I tumultuous' multitude.callnfT: the were sited, and a cavalcade C. generally lollowcd\fg IVUIO the f for nothing u if you'\ .stood up againlhat tree allnight -- 'U! !
) there ;
: matters are now conducted, is no pros- 1 1I 1 competitors to the field. The rivals are saddled departing- 1 the bounds of the town, presenting$ A Brotherly JokeSir William, when vo )fn
!Uf I a termination of the wnr.-Our o nit's i.I iiei riders: mounted. They are called jo the an l appearance somewhat like the emigration oV Its no joke though, Jean tell y.u, Mr. Joe was accustomed to carry some weapon uuh lira ts
General SCOTT has had enough, I <>1 ;! I I! ; : '. "Tlie Keen eye of the jockey scatted every Jacob and his household into Eirypt. And truly Sleeper ; and if you had hold of thellack' varmint which habit e' con tmued till the period ei his t :

Lriil and ka\e lhe :ibir to Gei.er! ;i': !imh and watched every =symj l )m; hut Jouitin
retire, will he (-:ta1)hi'hICtli.cvtry j I IL turned from the scrutiny. The mass oftyceTaI ; a family from this !tate, or one of the Newj It you heard me calling for helpiu the night, a minera at .t tbe C ilege, he missed his: ftvoired i I-
IB-1'1at, military JV.MS ; torscVnloniiy! )looked with I : I why did'm .you come :md see what pas the trou- ,.
admiration which
,1.111 >n (I the I const, nnii I I< on 6e nnpc I England staus to Ohio, as many: a man now !iv- ble ?" hanger, had more than once served hit a asa t ?
: coninunJin5lHWii' an'ir.ials: : and Beauty: graced them \\ithr smile.! I hg in the 1 !latter: i I can, from his I own experience* 11 weapon defence in early life. His servant 1} t
ftotier" to he parriwiied t by) regular IIO(MW, and ,; ]Ar rvc! was comparatively I dull and i mainiuf, t ie.nfv. Canals were then scarcely dreamed of Oh, I was tired and just going o"bed' after was unable to give any account of it; which in t

with ample! stores of .inland: 1 :im-I ;! l lb; l'lIlI1ltc though quiet t, I\anilt: '!illlr- .'realt- a lertI RailRoadsere; yet in the womb of time, 3mi I laying up log fence all day, and I lliug'hl I'd wait duced Sir William: to exclaim with some energy, f. i

tn1 ,:IUP1e nat, COlI'rrl', u ill; pas, n hv to ru'e ;1' ne,s 01! spirit. At the tap of the drum, tli-y are I turnpikes; I Ihe n ry summum bonum of internal I i if t till I'd morning I and come out"bright ail airly. But "II musl be found, for with it I am in fear (:' none i:: '
ClDnI\lon.-\ ': li.vmM be' mounted ,;;> ;oil: Arirylt- having the track and smite 10 feet improvements rarely in he found.: There was a twas you -. / not even the devil himself. A membe- ol" ,
jirousanlnflemcn.huirof 'twas
be allowed' J 1 the advantajie in I lie start.: Bascomhc tn 6 rveiSuwgtl.cwar! and to one J I iieatfi1 hmi,till hy i lie I lime i I they I were half wsiv not unfnquenlly met with ; but unlike those oh'i l Lv- you knew it WS.R some body vho had flesh that is the case: he had better have it put iu the! ") '

Jalf a seC1it ffl of l-iiid!, to( t le lucJtl',1.1ll Uusi I round: they: v.cre:nearly locked, in uhich! lulaiiveposition the ;present day, the rails were laid across the road and blond ion good for these pijguyblack varmints coffin with him. '.

Florida.-kt llicni tiC oln rmili l-v) 'l'1'ous' and| l I they finished the first JHil(. Abut t Inlfvayround I instead i l of longitudinally) on it ; a plan which is though ; & you knew there's been smart sprinkle! .-e

''ill'lun'" IICJ'l.n have yvt to earnfcjrlnreMidtc" I \ the second) mile, Basciimhe leu i more f found not to expedite travelling! very materially, of"bears about tile settlement all tre spring." QUIck IForJt.-The -North Devon Jour 131"! : 4-

u (INC 0tCtM'J COISJCS oil I than length, and came through thus in advance. except where the road has no bottom, as was sometimes I Well, don't be iu a huff Tomnv. IL'never contains this announcement among its marriages: -
I ]During the third mile! his supeiiority Ilccaue \- t the case in those dallut. we have '..sundered too late to do good. So, hold tigh iov, and don'tet -"At Souihmokoii, on Monday last. by the Rev,
wondteUkucxicanspairn.Itjsm t : ; I ILMI! I to a IL At he commencement oi' h_ -I II t\\ mie! ] frnm the subject. l the" 'tarnal critter get lose, wfciM split his head T. H. Maitland, John Uarminter, wool com **r- -

fain u a-k men to serve in the army for I j jjHVjoruiol'ii'iie iI it t was plain Bascomhe could ditane his rival, Let thoe whose memories can run hack ihr&he open. lo t Miss Elizabeth Widgeryaged 42. This h )pe- t
J : without adequate I compci) :a- iD.mT1Jc j 1 heinjjr then f fifty yards ahead.: Colonel! Cniwell! t : lapse t'f 25 ;. cars, look at the country of which: beast"No, no, said Do. on. "Afer holding the ful youth buried his fourth wile not a month be }

] price ol' labour( in this country, i< from not ilesirinu such i a result t, from 1 hi; p.lce'It the we are speaking, at Urn time, ami drawa contract satisfaction here all night, I think I ougit to; have the fore. "' ,.".
course, called to I his ritlcr to hold him between i what it then and of killing I Him.: ,So, ytu just take hold --
,metotj fl'C d Uar& per day: -D.KS the s'lliiel'1 ; up, bt. Bas- ) was, what it now is.; of Ills here ami I will rt'
paws take.be ax.eand let
'nl1hc'mettle was :and and by tile rule of three[ let him also esti'? a FROM TilE N. y.
other emjiJuyineiit; will 1 :1i: up.; disdaining toyrld to simple t I JOUR. COI. '
iluMi ; .sireak of
l lerfrve less : any dJlight into his skull i
dwul'the quick-
I I lhe leehlc arm, that essayed to check his urwanl marc what it must be half a century hence .'' Baggage Car burn cd.
liU'ral b.uintv, in land, iihe only prac1jiolnirtdeby cs t. ;
irjA: I!, career fairly; run on I :11 a rate: t to please! hinself; Twenty-five years aijo (it was the year preceding ( The passengers from Providence have or- I.
. wl-icli an adeq-iale; CI'I1Jj) :l1satJ.1J and loft his the of Tile proposition being a fair oie, Mr. Sleeper :
" coinjjctitocnenily a quarter illlIl.'rl'ar'! commencement the latewai: i with England! ,) rived in sad
* I a plight as to The ,
.: an be cXlcuJl'"! t.) the soldier.! -Il i. ibc only !iciffliisbv i i- Argyle (indin j t the! race hopeless; : was chicked I Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, (except a small country;) was too reasonable! man; to objtit. He was no t train from Boston baggage. 4
and the .
which tie! r:4t!' lmd: of men can be oh :111.1c'pl'd\ through, with his laurels: in the ilm. It around I the St. Louis,) Arkansas, Alabama, ..Misfeissippi I coward neither ; and he thereupon stepped up to was long, bag{ age
, i t the tree, and cautiously taking lit bear with both car full. When thin six miles Providi
and! unite in 1 was slIesled l lo the Club the evening Iclore/ Michigan and a large part of Ohio were nee
i J
flu !h justice,
:? :lI ed. policy rccomI I h his hands relieved honest Dobsonfrom his the car was discovered to be fire in the
t if.al; t thenwas tic) distance i t in a match: r-cc3: and \ yet: wilderness! whose stillness was only brokenly predic on top. -
> wilding' the aJujnion of iliis: measureby 1 .Con- ?ti the Club! I hax'ing no rule on t that ;point, the ovnersff :| h the html I of the wild beast, or site yell of the : a roent. The hands of the latter t tho' sadly stiffened : It was it: the rear of the trani, -and the fire :; .

,; l1eill'l'r I I ci rea nil of dt. : The l and its tributaries J by the tenacity with which, they had been discovered the in
T.'f.. any i i gr front thta I qri ncr, s a\ :igc. Mississippi, numerous was by passengers die iind- .
, pss.Major! \YAIMJ.V llf Ctumbu: >. Georgia, arrivc l ltf.e rOI1-entl'd that: a distance should! have the sane flowed gently on in silent to the ocean, clenched the for so many hours, werjjBoon brau kh- most cars. Instead of throwing water or the 1 j(
consequences as on the regular Club raceThe unrullled save by the canoe of the red man, or axe, and he apparently, mad; all preparations fire which have been done imniedia .
b 1t.eiflY 1"01 scat of wir.-lie loft Ge- f l lor the might ely,
giving it would
1 i iI faCl' was accordingly i a idj." dired) In John Hascombehile t the occasional keel boat of some adventurous pioneers b.1cHv-and'dcadly
walScoium! the WuhLeoochee: ( : ne.ir ihefcem1f I j \\ the welkin rung with H lira h for Dascombe, \I who made their six mouth's voyage to N- h have been had he struck: -since,'like' the sons of those who reached the car door first, pulli'd it ?'

II JLjor f DADES'nussaeie, en lti> way to \. ol\l -la, \ Hail to the new Champion of the Southern Turf! (Orleans, and encountered perils in so doing, from Zeruiah, Dobbin needed to strile but once. But open, which caused.lhe 'fire.to bum with rent' ,

i; Nellie!; Citr.uuu: H'H'I's111! b).j tii'chargfd'I: :a I II I Tin'l'-htmill' 157 ; 2d 1 153 ; 3d I 5G; 4ih \'. which men, not accustomed to hardships and I to the surprise of Sleeper he did not strike ; and ;: violence, so that the cur was almost u lapproachable ;*

"i (general will rc'ire I to i ept ,e fii I.is I I 53-; ,14. No one) doubted but lrom the re-I I it laurei'-f t sirainl i i imposed, Iia. c'> \hi.' ould: hare perform*! j sliriitU in Jiomy. Did tvlmi i ia he present aiaie :>v*> upon tshoulJor e'nd mar -hed away, whi-t other implements at hand, fitted for the einer-
Jpr! WiTaox and another) ) jrenileman, camej.his eirruits sewral second shorter time. ': 'of the c inulry ? I It contain:; at this time a population J ling as he went with a* much apparent indifference gancyone h;ilf or three fourths of the bag ,

., JIt.J-eo a11/ne: lliHin'l'1:11' dc-citt'ii by tile brsvc j" The most perfect :(fd l I fi elip/j was manifested : I Iby I of not le.'s than two and a ha millions of as the oilier had shown when cpming to his was deslro "d. Of valuables ;age m )
relief. ) one packa e
'<: 'rnds Jl1ll1mrJ; to,: Ctll.JUct t.em.-Our wnrssi !, 1 1f 1. the winners and looser Colonel Crowell, j ;souls ; its forests have been acd are being leveled --* bank notes 1000 : r
t. j\ : hariid.-oind- l its rivers covered with steamboats roads It was now Sleeper's! turn to mzke the forest conlaining was suve l. The t p ,
congratulated Colonel! i are :
f.j'S as to tilt state (1 .r U.lIr'i in that I quarter, are t was; ; : by Haniton ])- ; ; built of boards
rr Drifirraed. The inliabiianH ll1'aill leaxin !-1 : on having: il.e finest; hoife in; the L lIiuu. [ 'chequer every part of its surface ; Canals and vocal with his cries. Iji vain he raved and threat car wad so as to makef ight ** f
are : ; : t'ne l. Dolsou walked:( box, with doors in the front and The *
C .I s- i Rail-Roads oh'great length and of immense cIt ) and disappeared, leaving rear. j :
"Si Swhoa.e'J.: site \von.en and ci.ildrcn for places: oh 11cfetr. \ ; I I i his friend as sad a nrospecl for his breakfast wind be\v! directly in the face of ibe and '
' j The }hor)es entered /for this day's: prize, were have' been con tlUr.ed: and! are in progress, to train .V
!, aud the men to imtle, it, as i hay l'l'oit tiny J Sill jt'lfI'S imported filly Medora, Dr. Gii'gnard's' I ISir connect its principal watercouiscs ; manufactures: ; as he himself (had fbrhiS! i supper. IJ-oorafter hour it was supposed thai the fire must have ori't

tUh the enemy.-The I Iiui.inare! i preparing: tojiatMrn Keuni'h, and Winter and Morrison's Acacia. 'of various: kinds have been successfully!! e.yablishi pavsed away, Smith Sleeper blill'limn himself ginated in a spark from the engine, lig!uing *'

; r wiinn:: sx; miles 1 of Furl Km 1 -Thefivirnor The race: was won by \ll'd'H"I l ihn; Securing 'c.l ; its agricultural prodi'cts are exported to the I lo ;ecp with Sir Bruin.. In Ihe course of the af on the ear, and blown to a flame by rhe vio- I S

will n.t Imitate, to lake: biirh measures I the .silver h pitcher, valued I at I $.100, with its-c<>iMentsin j I utleimost parts of the world ;" the line arts are leiimon, however, when Dobi supposed thai lent current of thewind.iikukNi.LI. : !*4
ilvcr and the encouraged and fostered science lends her aid the lesson he was teaching, had been thoroughly .
(8400) entrance ((375))- ;
i Ire inlpc umsly: required. Tl.c whole! male po- money to its enterprise! while her hand-maid and companion learned by the |/upil, ard whei.he thought the ___ I

..! r. t1unor the coz,2uercd I..tli't] will! bc (Irgal izta3J C75.Medora, though she had the outside of the track : Literature, is cherished, and finds a welcome Litter i would willingly ftjrgel hhresenlmen) for the $':: :

t! fc'circ.1 into I the ftuhic service and I the in the of the wealthy and sake of succour, tile sturdy Yaikee returned, and
t i soon took I the lead, closely pressed by Sir Iennii Ii, parlours: eveu by
.'J H.Aa:; of this distnct, !icU: re-dy] to act at a nmtS 1 for the lirst two wilL':. Acacia trailing. At the the! fi reside of the cot Lager. by a single blow relieved both tear and man from TOUT OF ST.. MARKS. .
Of the value of the trade of this ol: the their Iroubles in the same inslan.. Sleeper thowghl '_ = .t.-i
:ient tS tmiice.aUittfjiou. close; ol the second Acacia came in, nearly part .
rather hind of Deihsun.l'ursowetime but eRr rired April 24.cbr..Florida Andersoi
at ihe same; lime with her competitors, and passing Union, some idea may be formed; by the emulation ; no real ,
tatIlJ t an jjl'tf in the Tiz'ax: aT.fl1p Sir Kennith in I the first nearly locked and strife its attainment excciles among the breach of friendship endued, and ;indeed the two c\ppauclucola. \rt 1Voluntre.s.
quarter, Schr Caroline
It rr4ltr.taL m 1'Ila la u Lt, I \lcInra.! The contest was then vigorouslynrucd merchants of the Atlantic! cities, who deem it borderers became afle\vards .better, friends and !, from Tampa, I lorida .

i GotuU1arch, flth 1'-30.tiy I till about I the middle fit 1 the quarter stretch, I cheaply purchased by the expenditure of millions neighbours than before. ,. 25-Brig Castor, Cox, Tarhpa, Florida Volu iteers. )..

r 'hrit to you a gentleman: who leaves heie tofcrUieUnrcd bavin" tried h hot'i i; her competitor's 11IeI:1Id lit i of dollars in the construction of Canals and RailItoads 26-Schr Lucinda;'Yestei-vcIi, from S. I1", issoncd V

, >'ta-s; iut have IK louUs, iifty i L j torn, slackened her pace, and yielded the victoryrr.icefuly. I : on which it may be transported.Vhiat it Tha sale of the Los( in tbK 'CUy of Apalachicola cargo to sundries. k

lailui Iru.n ;his pas*,, as \vc are surruuniie I IIzeL < Sir Kennitli, Will was drawn before may be some twenty or fill/ years hence, it is almost commenced ycsleijlay! T enty- 2-CIartd-- Caroline, Sherwood, for Appa ;

I bJtj Mexican 110j.x-I'.y the ia iexj;ie-syo>- ?b i srcond hr.it, dropped just within the distance I impossible! to conceive ; but as we before eight; lots were sold which pwduced the ag- lachicola 25-Schr, with Florida Capt, Anderson Allisons company for Yolunc :ers. C
KeyWestPassengers i
led1ytrot ban Antuni, we .eat ZIC1 tint: our Jillle: t.tnd. rcmaiked, he who would estimate its value can sum of $44,0'JO) Av> the bddcrs -Messrs. J. G. Putnam Englis Ma- N t j *
grogalo ng i,
htr.ol! 20J, still mamiaM td heir Mtuitum on theo I ; t look the second heat without an effort, I Iled'I'1 arrive at it, approximately at least, by the siinplf- observed of tbs lerbc, Sears and Elswarde i-t
the Ln ; Acacia holding up before the second round was rule! of three, taking as his data the! increase of uero many icavy capitalists ,:, -
oa -s.de ul'the have I
town. They I I run. the trade in the last twenty-five or thirty years. of Florida; Georgia Bud Alab-imaj-some heavy I RECEIVED. The follow ng are ;

;P tist ghiiujdci.iicraicyiorttn four : or Hfu-eu day*, a\I TlIllC1 "t heat t, C,03 ; 1st mile, 1 ,!3 ; Qd, 2.02 ;, Much ol the country, very much of its; still covered northern houses were represented, and i flRMVING numbers of tho Virginia, Pet :irsburR .
five .
11 s or tlwuandlf X irau;.- S.AX1'A ANJ 'land|I I. I, "_1( J.. with primeval Ibrests ; it yet waits for the bids offered by their agents, under powers oi' I Loitery, Class No. 8, Viz :-2, 40, 41 ;. 20, 35, 7 ,* 26 ;
J idtobcthereliDivlfaid, : has tlu-ie aiJ in 1 ; 1 hand of l be stretched forth & 47,14 ; 50.Tickets .
1 I The CurW:1S wet and heavy from the night proving industry to attorney. There wad cons depibJ! excitement .
"wnuy.atlcas. :, bi: .usoj.d! if:).";;:>. The yicaporuoc I 1 I! and nionung.sraiii. I i be fPled-arid' even much that Is already under during the whole period of lh(sIe acdlhe 1 ti I to be had in the Virginia Wheeling Lottery -
No. 2. Prizes .
of the \,IIl troop, arc minted/ and | j I cultivation, may be made to yield four-fold whatit Capital 25,000,8,000,5,000 -
J went olf at what .be considered J under-all 3,00020of2,000
coarse have MOBILE) April 11. may lOpf 1,500,10t 1,000Tickets
i The assertion believe be
greatly Urt. We I Ite j now does. we ,
atlvanu-ge our us. may
I 10 shares in
fair i. Craz.i S proportion. Sale to close on londoy
circumstances pric -
Wflt.er ,
400 itronjr, and "ioin the jircpa-atiins) : J! Latest from F'allce.tbe arrival yesterday .safely made, that the country of which we speak very the 9ih of May. W. .YVILl:JON. '
em'J.de. shall be enabled iu givet: nur.ifccr J;I of the ship Franklin from Jiavre, we have: obtain j: is capable of supporting fifty limes the number of -' i f ,

Etjtari 1.t-figlt : San Am-mo, 1 fear has Jallcn be- i!, cd H.i vie journals to the iJOth of February, and ; its present inhabitants ; and that its trade will be U\SSAClIUSE'rTS.-A joirtU.committee of FOR NE'V-YORK.-Tbe ScJ r. LU-
kie th'IS* From advices from I'aiis I to the I Si Ii. I sufiicient to support ten such chits as Philadelphia the Massachusetts Lcgi&lalurp, pp"e'm de a : CINDA, Capt. \Vestervehl.wilI sail for .-

j, nn *believe 11 its possible' "naium Miiall.IIJd cons'band ruction could ji 1 j i! Austria has required and accepted the medita- i nnw is. It is J folly, therefore, for either New York: i strong report against :the Abrjilionisls. The the above port on the 12th"io .the Ma f.-For I
so a freight or apply captain
I j tion of Prussia, between }her and Russia relative Philadelphia, or Baltimore to think of monopolizing the resilutions passage, .
I recommended -
Dlllag3.tnSISU following are among
OIUS V:1\'lI1 Crl.ck-
n ej 1 !I, 1 to the secret treaT'ctWl'CII the latter and 'fur1 this trade ; one or the other of them may secure on board. 33 J. A. WESTERV JLT.
tLetJut.Lcrjlltlj fort. 'Ve ac exhouily. llcct- .: 1TIIl.. tennof the meditation had been pre- a larijer share than its neighbours) but there bythe, report. r i. -jJOTICE.-Six weeks after date 1 will mika.- ,1

61Sedcttack An cxprees'rrday! was sciibed; ), so that: PI tisi ia miibi engage that the ar- i will still be enough left and to spare. 14 Resolved, That t Legalature! regarding .1L1 to the honourable county roue,' t for application the

ti'UlbY2.cualry' JHiuilcsfioin ihiv Sixty uiaaients) of Russia must he cli iiiinued, while. -- the agitation of the quesibn of domestic county of Jefferson, for letters ol a'dmioistr itloh on

W us, ib another party (I to, Aho Lave i i Austria the bame Glr those of England. The sys- FROM THE FORGET-ME-NOT, FOR 1936. slavery as having already interrupted the the estate of Jere- tab Bently,-late of-said OC only de

/. ?owiered at SliD Patricio fur some days wail '' tetrA of i inieriiaiional I in its pacific relations t is LIFE 7JV TIlE WOODS.BY friendly relations which ought to exist between ceased. NAxNCYBENl'I" T. .

jwwprcanenis& several of our parties of -JO and l>ec.ming better understood in Europe ; and more WM. L. STONE, LS.R. the several) 'States of this ,U niQ1; an.d. as lending April 30th ISZ6. 3i6z.JI'

I'IT beta CUt off by them. I IW4' beneficially practised.Ambassadors Among the earliest settlers of the wilds of Salmon peiinanenlly to injure if not al(9gether( AD UNlSTRATOR'S SALE.'WnI:8'IOJd.; >o t
been : '
offered 14th of May, on the premises$f 7a ob'Hor <%*
have -
a higher command than I now extraordinary already < j
river was a Vermoctese by the name oi Dob the of-4be Union itself j
tu to subvert. principles -
; the
deceased aid
r the praoiutl p (iJtrtelontll 15W ,
The present, I desire none but my own com- inlet changed between the conteiidini panic:- son-a large, resolute and athletic man. Returnmg -'! 'andlieleiviog'ibat. thfc gbod eV' Jfley'by those, ger esute.cohsutingofne,borsescatte, bafI.u! '.:.:. *2 -- I
men arc devoted tome and Russia, Pi us ia. Austria and Great Britain, and from fruitles'a hunt after his : be ,
they car I- one evening a wha excite its discussion in'tfje'VofrslavehpI- hold and kitchen furniture:-also, will i trtledv a\ : -
; "PKsed for boldne. or chiralry, with! such I ulher3 have been sent to Conslunlinople. vagaranl cows, which according to the custom in the same time, the plantation and Hi duag trop' fur i t
IS'l command I of the President has into ding Slates, i is under the circumstances, t of the theensuingyear. STEPHEN W. SJ P*,*,. I
I will gain the laurck I may I 'I'hiespccial message the new countries, had been turned the woods .
tQ'ar or c1'Ie without any I am siiuaicd at present j, iluced] a great alarm in the provincial proif to procure their own subsistence, from the rank case altogether visionary.i ,I whl&tbe'irnmedi' April Qib 1836. .. -' ._..3S3

181 tom li13.cd, in a strong Mane hoose. iminedi- t France, )'I) that much exports and many expedi- Ierhije of an early summer ; just before emerg ate and luture.evil is great aid. ,certain;i' does --I1lNts: I KATUK. JNOT1UE.-Alf vevsoii :

fL the street, and opposite the La&liuns ol': -'lions'! to this couniry lave been countermanded: ing from the forestin the clearing of his neigh hereby express its t eiitirc probauon"ef tbe % h.\ving claims sgainst the esUte-of.Jact!.b H rger
htr4. From The Havre Journal lu Commerce in commenting late Mr. he ivowed-and tale of Leon county deceased, are required ;o present .
the bastion I have built a budge I u L I bour, the Joseph Sleeper, saw a large doctrines upon this Subject hem dulyauther.ticated. within thetime, irescfibcd.by '
tOPoftbe I this circumstance, remarks thai those hear from lofty where .he !
on gravely a
house descending kycotnore measures'pursued b utia-agitat C
on which 1 have a Liass six i t general ; law, or they will be fore;. r barred. TJipse iudebud -
t.dtr. It Isthe Lest, and most commanding suBeforel !, cities had not the same upporluniiics of judging of had been in quest, probably, of honey. A bear ascends the ,question :. and does earrssUy'jecominendlo to said estate are requested to make ,rrimediatopayroeat.
the friendly disposiiions really exisring between much more expertly than he descends[
e. a tree ihem abstaid *iaII piich .. STEPHEN'W. S NELL. .
'peiL am drivtu f wm it, hundredsricher | ihe American Union and France ; and that such it-being obliged to come down stern foremost. carefully to tcushion r ,April 30th 1636. 388

.; ; u'nII(1 I f. Ttslu ill ) vfIIL\\ and all measu[ea .nis Inaftend ._ .. .. .., _, .., -_, .-__-,_ .,_.. ,
'h..L. .. .hl\ll""linn...-,..... .-.- Io:1\l\n-.... 1't--:-If.P.--. 1\ l.I I'I...". nn / r\\t irarir \. -- ...-*. trt.. .Via t .11 l.O.h b .
A.I'J r V : or Iii u. YW
oq 4AJ .t. lfc** *J.V uU..r.-r -
tI.d, I.f\d ueCla.ediy a country than expected Negotiations have been opened at Berlin, for I joined in his evening walk by such a companion, to disturb and- irritate- the. pt6ficffflin35,1 r.C T ; able plantation, situated on'the Oscilla rirer, onor ,

toanl1J'math. more healthy than any other south- the recogniliun of Belgium a kingdom separate and without reflecting what he would do with the Be it resolved, That tli s-tecfcsjnluro, regarding nine above the ferry, in Jefferson county Florida ;

ttg This part is generally high and dry, from Holland, under the meditation of Englandand "varmint" afterwards he ran up to the tree on the constitution oft Je United State containing four .hundred and rortyACl'e' fpriu u:,. \

tij the generally level. The San Ant.lnio descend s France. the opposite side frum the animal's body, and just the most sacred andi iq ,tibjeYnd politrcal J land'; 8C acres oi which, are'clearoo, andj 1:.nder good t.
felocity of a mountain uream. The advices from Spain are to the 13th of Fe before he reached the ground, seized him firmly as fence ;together with a good and subslcmu d dwelling t
"eharejust learned Bruin fct inheritance vbich coUldia!| ? f fea (ransmitted hone, and all necessary out buildings. ,The Oscilru.: f
( lrom Washington our scat bruary. Don Cailos hot! then made Monclragon Hy both his paws. growled, gnash- .
crrnne t. that the convention hs declared in- 'his head quarters, and menaced au attack "11 Dil- his liiskf, but he soon ascertained that hu paws to ua by our ancestors, lop indignantly up rirer runs immediately through For..terms this tract,> affording to Jas.4 ": II
cden a roost excellent mill 1 seat. ap ly ,
Ct, 1f such is the fact, and I do Hot doubt it, boa. Gen. Cordova was expected atBayonneon was in the grasp of paws, equally, iron-strong with on every tbing calVulatet! {o qajtair iu perk A. Bcrthelot Eaqr., Tallahassee. or ta Uie subscri ,
$t beat tile Mexicans.-Our who the IGth, and had an interview with Harispe, the I I.Is own. Nor could he use his hinder claws to mancy; and that we deem"out i hijb duty to ber.f' 38tf P: de MALllEltBE. .

Io quire dIStinction and furtune young should rom Carlist General. Gen. Kodil, of Ks tra ma dura, disembowel his antagonist, as the manner of the maintain the ,Union'', h1h .-' iIte" at eve' days after date.l.bal.pply.! ..

It, Io'luas-Now is tIle time, for fame, and now for. ,.had been appointed Commandant General of Ar- bear is, inasmuch as the trunk of the t tree was between ryhazardai4bY.etcf; 1incoEisis-. ,NQT1CThrty-the judge of the so;>erior com t -
&lolioul death ragon, and of all the Queen's troops in that'neighi them. But Dobson's predicament, as he: tent with burknJ '"'iff, citizengand for the'Mid4l'District of Florida, for.Ie 'vi to sell
Ira. Ind the dearest i ih the defenc of their i bourhood. He had therefore left Badjoz for, Sara- was endowed with rather the most reason, was V* lot Ne. .MTemy-Kizin original plan ol I 'the city ofTallahAMeeVbeleogtag

friendly rights of emen.-Let allTlie gossa on the JOth February. worse yet. He could no more assail the bear than chnstian.j'Resolved ; to Uie eute of Sb trod MHJaliSbt .
IUdqaick to the cause of Freedom, lend a The southern,province bcinsrestored to iran- the hear could assail him. Nor could he ventureto / th* distinctly the benefit of the heirs and creditors of *aid estate.

helping h and,- little band of quility, the Queen's troops aud the foicign aux- let go of him, since the presumption was, that disavows boy r clfi or io April 30th 1836. 3Stf.] WM. B. M'C,ILL adm'i.

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,,i.', i, \'z,..' -_ _. -_ I __...L. J.\ C NOTICE. :sive'brcaih. preserves the )hcnhhinels floridness of( JAMES JOHNSON BIRGE' WlU. P. :)IJVAL. no 1
.J; .t.r' r.: TH E FLORIDIAN.rUBLlSIIED .THE.subcriber respectfully informs the public the gums and renders the teeth beautifully white. DRAPER A Jtf D TAILOR, : LEN set:Ie himself r tU1'11td to '

" l k .will have the ip&JVStfftaUiQl i Price 50 cents. TALLAHASSEE FLA have nl lociated permanently.and.
t :, EVERY SATURDAY MORNING AT / (U thoroughly repaired and fitted lor To those afflicted ,with Corns. : the Law. The'will? Ve n"I &he' "
L Kourdollarsln advance up (Next doer tfcrth of F. Toiole Jtioeler, in Monroe st.) St. at'
r y.. ,-or Five in six monthS: the recqnToTof' those who are willing to patronise celebrated Albion Plastcraflbrdsinsfant Joseph an, 1 will practice in

t : ......; No paper willb Hiscontinued unless at the option of him by ihetnth of December next. He pledges him- THE and the ?:une C'r time dissolves and drawl HE would rcpcctfully inform his friends and the the counties oi Leon, effersonGadsden theSu, r--

t" t,. .' the I llhor, befcrcarrcaragesarepaid. ( ,fselCtliafeti-y attention shall be paid for the accom- the Corn out by the a roots, without thc least pain. public, that he has just returned from the North I Franklin andi the Oourt of ,J
; :. t Advertisements will be inserted witu new and assortment of GOODS in hemselves A'ppcala.
: conspicuously atribi a convenience of his patron CxUTWICATC.To tho. afilicted with Corns a splendid to Iive strict
e on altcnllon
f tot ; vcnty-fivc cents per square for the first insertion an -. V 1 1.v A. A. FISHER.i their feet, I do certify, that I have used the Albion Corn his line. Feeling grateful for the liberal share of patronage 'fidod to their r lanagement.VM.10 all'S

: fifty cents for each subsequent contir.uance. All advertisements I _- itfl liaMe.. Nov. 20th. 1835. 15- tf PJ._--4--__.. wih comnlto___ ____ID" I _n_.for_I _itfln n_ used---_ nnA____ heretofore extended to him, fce hopes by strict n ,...P.. u,J.'
( to I" attention, w merit a u* the same. I n..I. A.L
, ;>. will be continued until forbid or otherwise persofl's having deeds at the clerk's i box it completely cured a Corn which had troubled me continuance February 1th, 1836. 27tf .

i ordered. N.AlI county-court, will please to call and for many years. :I make this public for the benefit of A forge and Central assortment 3QPtre

[. rr t get Ike recording feet. In future the those afflicted with that painful complaint.WM.. .'>,Ql1l l, tOfls ling 0/ tlte JOUDUJ1.1& : Tii5WAiiijjou'
T The all letters and communications to 1fii
t" ;! .' postage on recordmJcij i must be paid on leaving the instrument SHAW. Blue, black mixed, green, bottle do, invisible and ( J1uat r.

'1.;' ;. ," the. Elitor must be paid,or they will not recciv alien i' for 1 ecatd 1 M'RAENY, clerk. Flushing, L. I. Feb. 28." drake neck do. London and Golden Drown, Plumb, r OFF C i fJ tff'.

r.- '.' tton.'kV Tallatosse. April 9th 1336. 35 }'mcEGO, cents a box. I Adaladc, mulberry concealed violet, and victonr.c /! next door to E. B. p .

. -- Guardian's Notice.SlX lET None arc genuinne unless signed on the outside purple. Drab and brown Petersham, for over coats. a Dnlggt8t.

" t 'f'' : hail JloaS Jfottce.THE I printed wrapper, by the sole proprietor, '1. KIDDER, i CASSIMERS. Jan. 30th 1836. 2
, Ifl of the Tallahassee Rail 'monhs after date'I shall exhibit to the Judge immediate successor to the late l>r. Vt,'. Co*WAY.Tor .- "
'. Stockholder Road the court for of Gadsdcn Corded, dingnal, buckskin, checked and printed, of
. \' that 12 cent on each aunty thccounty my sale at his Counting Room, over No. Oi, Court
I : ; \ colors.
f11. hereby per accownts ant vouchers as gaardi.in of the minor heirsofjonathanl'homas Concert Hall Boston aDd also hit the richest
th street, near by
j of stock to be paid forthwith place
- ;i share is required and for GOAT'S HAIR CAMBLETS of various colors,
apply a discharge. !pecialanpoimmcnt! by (No.4)
!t of the 17percentdueonlhc ISthof Jan. Itt, ashere ) and
March 2$835. 33. jESSE McCALL- Cloaks Wrapper
. tofofore notified, and all dclinquecnts on said stock due ml l:. HAU.N'ARD Jr. 4. Co DnwtcisT..

last called make JVOTICE.jrsigned Tallahassee, 1cb. l 'nJ,. 30 tf VESTINGS.
1. j. S the 13 November are upon to immediato 1 \
Splendid English figured silk, figured silk Velvet,
otherwise the stock will be ssold a-
3i ,
; payment. HSun. administrator of Alexander It. : ASTHMATIC AND CONSUMPTIVE cloth Velvet figured and ChaJcs intended for
TiE painted ,
conditions in the charter of said T
to the comanv. JO I
t"4.4. ,. "reccljlc ; ,ra deceased, has appointed| according to : most prevalent and fatal! of all Di-cascs incident parties, plain and figured Marseilles, Bracade Uuilt-
:: By ordor ofthe Board, ROBERT
} law JAttorou Westcott jr. Esq. of Tallahassee his I J.
to civilized I lhe
y.' CHARLES AUSTIN Secretary. society- Consump/ion! -may tugs figured 'V tings, $-c. Buff Casamercs- Stockincll -
, :-- 44 Tallahassee. March 2C' 1836. 33tf v 10 will receive all demands and accounts : generally oc traced t8 the least Alarming of disorder?,. expressly for parties, checked, striped and! plain Auctioneer m :

:.. against idjState; and acknowledge service of any a slight but neglected cold. By estimation it appearH merino Case meres, of diflcrcnt colours! ,stocks of c v crv SALE r: AYS ,
, f:;\ NEW STOKE process ncc
" j. t, .. PROVISION AND GROCERY. 19 my abs in South Carolna35tfD. M'BRIDE. .. uf the consumntiun. Most nl" the .c dreadful results .1:11'-.." ..._.. _I..*.lfI"lii'.. ..- V-IIIInl'n"-- n .",*.., .Ii;.1,..... *.a.islsilk'Ilocs .- Ikcln..yn_... --.'- --- -, --Octoter24. 1S35 .. -

1 f' {, THE subscribers have ututcu inevnseives under the DR. REFLVSBATItgatb may be attributed to common coM! !, and a negligent Gloves, merino and hall do. lambs wool d". I 1 iiG1N.ASThTEJ40[ II-CC

I .; .. Peachy & M. ner, for the purpose of establishing treatment of the h.irrassing cough that generally ensue plaid and plain silk Cravats, fancy HaudkCrcliicls of For the bcncfii of the
} t.:('.. in the town of Si. Marks a Grocery and DUP a which is usually followed by difficult breathing, painin every descriptian, NeLL Drawers and shirts flannel Alechanical ben,1cac .
: Store. Their and one orbe most efficacious com pounds in the MA the side and and of Norfolk. !0CIet
Provision buildings being large IS at last Ulcerated Lungs. Violent and cotton flannel do, ,
i ';t:;' commod 9us.they likewise propose attending to the ,MDICA, for the cure of that class of in ret repented Asthmatic attacks, also bring on Consumptive To drawn CLASS NO. I FOR i$&

;. .'\.f" Jieceivtng nnd Fonoarding of Goods and Cotton, to crate Diseae, produced by an impure state of the symptoms. One or two dollars expended in the purchase READY MADE CLOTHING. I D. 't.nvCXaSdna, Saturday Arji|
f-'i4: which they pledge themselves to pay such attention blood, and aritiated habit of body, and usually exhib- ofDIJMFIUES Dress and frock coats, Pantaloons, figured and o. uukurl & Co. (successoi'INTYRE ta !.

1t?/ "as will entitle thc.llto a liberal share of patronage tiog therowves ia the formsof Scrofula Salt Rheum REMEDY FOR THE PILES plain silk velvet, velcntia, cloth! silk, satin, and plain ,) Manager Y4'tt3 "

.it. 1 : from the Merchants and Planters of the Territory, and Leprosy, Si Anthony's Fire Fever Sores (even when The proprietor begs leave to recommend (which he and figured marsaillrs vests. Goats hair Gamble -llAMJAOTti -
\ Their oods will the bones re affected,) White Swelling's "olicd Cloaks and Wrappers -Indian Rubber XCU XT
i1'G': neighboring counties of Georgia. : docs with the fullest confidence) one of the most valuable over coals, 1
.; t.\ :.. be sold low for cash,or produce. As they will endeavurfcften -: with Dr.Jth'sLininient,) Foul and obstinat Ulcers remedies known for this troublesome and painful; Frock coats Wrappers mid Legglns. -" 1 I'rize ( r.f.I50.000.: &...
I AfdlOll'C and mferior sore legs aid scald head in and Also, a full supply of Silk and Furred f..20.000..is.;
hand supply -
: .1 on a constant eyes scurvy MX
1 complaint. Without into detail he deems J ,' .
going it 'zc < . .
e f/ .
of Gioceries and Provisions of scorbuticgpat, Pimpled Corbuncled Faces. &c. 10,000 ...b.s;; '
qualities or
: ::t..; : description Country Merchants and Planierswill very find "untinnA. vAnori.t_ ,.in'" .. .. ,I,.festering I, .I. I nOI h to R.IV., lit hai in his possession the most un J.l;.. ..In.l. .,. .......... ;.,. .....1 f' ,.._ 1tT, __.__ ___ _I' I Prize f r. . .. . --"Ii-,non.IS.
: .
.,.i U La. '#b J. UltpV' L JU IIV/JI LIIC y tunl l. r 01 t
...t-.&. .- < it.ereaily to their iniersl tc call. Their Store is now I It h. last as0 the;; drops ne.uc.u when me'rcuy doubted testimonials that it has more completely answered England, and he will warrant them to be equal to any I' 'l I Prizei ( I. .4,000.fig
: the for which it is intended : Prize .f.
f .:\. 'ff.i .pen. JOHN BLAIR PEACHY, i Te are also the best Spring and Autumns purpose any brought to this market he will also warrant them lObe .3000... .
I other popular medicine, I Piizecf. . . ... "
1 f
:1) WM. MANER. physic and cleanse the from humour fresh, as thc were purchased .2,750...
) immediately the .is.
system on .
pufy .
I St. Marks,Jan. 16th 1336. 23-if which frequently appear at'these seasons of the This remedy is perfectly I innocent in its application an i val of the picket from Liverpool, and oust ty 1 Prize ( f. . . ..2,500...is.
1 year. qucnt .
to all conditions, and Full directions J I'rizecf. .
sexes. .. IVI" *
ages .
They also aiohe of digestion,and not hjurcd by ltll on hninl. lie has in his ....
} .
.;; CENTRAL BANK OF process by purifying ig employment .
.< 'WRLUA.l description of the Ac. J Prize f. . .
t. the blood, piveul the secretion complaint, : accompany encl the best of workmenand 1R will make ( . .
n- Tallahassee Fcb. 27 1836. J malignant humour .1,610..is..1
packet, which consists of two boxes. Ointment up 5 Prizes; of. . . .
? :,: ,, THE Stockholders of this institution arc hereby oftbo lungs. The proprietor confidently relics upon Electuary. Price $1 for the whole, or 50 nrJ' workin the best manner and at the shortest notice.- 50 Prizes .1.500..is.i ..7.
the vast All o'ders from of..h.JOOO..is.
of the
that instalment nuner cuies effected by these country punctually attended lo. .
. :: :4/ an two dollars on each surprising but one of the articles is wanted. 100 Prizes of.
; chare of slock has been called I for drops: not in Boston and vicinity, but I' N". 1st, 1835 15-lf .IsOO.I.. .
) j ,h = ...,- -...,,. .. _i___by-. the 1 __,.board__ 1t. of_.t di-. : --.-thA.. Tf_"ol.v.r *.I".. ".-.!_ _!_. __II through-___n T.,.. ...,.r ..,." ...r..y._ ..._ - 64 Prir.ps ol" _. .- u- --_ _- _..__osiG4 vv. !_ .;
r;. -: '' v. "" .v. no III UV UUUIIU pu yuuu; UI.(UC .v\ U'.I'VI LUtHI !.UCICUCU i: fl5tiiI1iVI 1' .)fl. U.tU' UiIATItlH.TiE .! U.: ..RUJLqDRAPER J Prizes! of. .. ::::
i Banking House in Tallahassee on the first day of an unfailing alerative medicine, in all the cases above i5or22
> ; .,> specified. Ta article has excruciating pain-the decrepitude and defor & TAILOR C4 Prizes! of. .iOO..i.72
; May next. L. A. THOMPSON recently been
pronounced ,
anH the old which 61 Prizes "
premature arc the of.
I ..".; ,1.. _---29---- td Cashier.COTTON by aPhysicianf its the first lespectability, who bad witnessed usual attendants of the disorder, are age suffered by ma l lE Tl1lJ I CI Prizes ot. ... ... . ....70....... _5
urpising efficacy entitled! his .GO..is.
: in opin i ..
; r' ; from despair of a cure, or disappointment in the 64 Prizes f. SIG
.,J ,. GINS. ion to take thelead of all the popular articles known I or cfc. FLORIDA, ) .-50.-,....,
I the
;. t : friends and acquaintance of Campbell and for the above ccnplaints, and indeed it is fast gaining cy numerous pretended antidotes to cO tb respectfully inform his friends and for- 123 Puzos! at. 40.... ..)0'
i THE: : purpose. But those who have made a fair trial of WOULD 128 Prizes of. S. I
t! .r:.. are informed, that by calling! on our former this point in pwlic estimation, throughoulthe country s, that he has just returned from ..'..M
f H. agents they can be supplied!. wilh Cotton Gins of Puce $11 bittle, or G bottles or $ 5)"r. I INIlfEN1'even .Vctp Ycrkt with n new '.nd splendid assortment of 2,8iO If f. .SO..S...57.09

, ft\; the best quality, either Cast Steel or lion Saws, to ASTHMATIC PILLS casesof long standing, and of the GOODS: which he Is now opening at the old and well 22,I.G Prizes ,f. .10PuV.cs ....ls..21I6O25.861
I t llEIE's
'. H* ',' fcuit }urcllasers. All persons wi&hing the above article and character, have received certain relief, and many linn known stand of II. B. &. J. B. BULL, (recently occupied -

t. M:."' will do well to call on our agents, viz-C. C. a 8Uc\ion to their timely administration, wil been cured in a few days, some in 124 hours! as a nurn by the late II. A.Pierson,) and lo which! he invites . .. amounting J540MJ-

i ., .' Williams l-eoncouniy: Williams & Co. Jcficr&on usually ensure amiligation of these disorders, and generally ber of persons in Boston and vicinity, who were formerly those who wish lo purchase cheap for Cash, lo Tickets SO-! .Sla'cs: in pI'oj.ortlon.on dale to _
\Vm. D. Hanijon effect a cuo. The Pills are also an easy and effectual afflicted with Rheumatism, have fully testi the 2J May..
} county; Gad den county; J. and iir I : very call aid examine his 8smrtmentJ1 ch consists in J
ri"iJ \V. Rokison remedy the symptoms preceedingand accompanying fied. Certificates are in the possession of the Proprietor
Jackson counly Florida, for further paftofthe following, \'iz.- NOTICE -
the Asdma and : I
r ;: particulars as to puce, qualiiv, &c, Consumption. For Colds- I pro'iugthe most thorough and surprising cures bj Bite, Black, Brown, Olive Green, Dahlia, Mulber- TIE subncr! her has just received
Coughs of this
I. "I. '.. ARCHIBALD CAM 1'BELL. dilEculy Breathing tightness and strict UP means povveiful LINIMENT, in cases where altl Mixec.t Blue T per schooner
., across the chest, Wheezing, in the side I other applications had rYe mmCDJlID.DILctJ 'Js At'n.uic, d reel from N.Yor!., a general
; pain approved 1 failed. a.u ,
JOHN M. Spitting
.. GLAZE. utterly Blacl( < Mixed Drub
of blood &&CJj& &Jm ?! ment Groceri of
I J ;it\ Uchee village: Marion county Geo March 5 3fltf class of & few cases the can purchaser occur of of Dr.any RelfeV DUMFIME'S: EYE WATER Black, Lavenc'er, and btcel-nixtd: JJUUKs'iIt1.\\ do., Cogruc Br IIdy,

j.. ?' .,: .. NOTICE. Pills will not finca rich return for their expend For sore or inflamed Eyes, gives immediate ease am' I I [:(;\' and superb' Article. never before oftcied in this J.imnica Rtm, N" E. Rum.

ti.. THE ilure. trifing relief. On recent sore eyes, the effect is most salute MatteL .\ Sol"every description consist I Old Ueclifi. d WliLkcy, Common Wbi
I .'f uuderMgncd, ry.-'Where the complaint has been of : ing ci mack and Blue Cloth superior Black! Silk Velvet i Holland! Gii "er,
U" None years
I 't I' have this day entered are nnine unless signed on the ontshleprinLedwrappcrliytheboleproprletorT. standing
and in some bad the Fancy Figured do. splendid Quilted '
v. into KIDDER exceeding cases, most unexpectei patterns Claret, S ci y, 1.-

t _., .t..r'.. .."...r....... "u.f'Q..n..Utlll:copartnership._, r .., A In_-. FT mmcdiate Rn""PRWU. i th... I.,,TrV.. .. F ._ __, and desirable relief has been found in the use of thi: 1 I Silk.do., Merino. Valencia Challicc.}- Marseilles Silk.a M.iHfiir.1. Pirrnnil. .% \VTXFSMalaga
-- -- ------- -
AJIUYU0. t11'.Vlng pUI. VV".AI.- eve water, alter otner had i nev style or Fancy Silk, do.I !
1 f : chased of Kerr and Srurgf's,tleir entire slock of For sale ct his Counting Room, over No. 91) Court every remedy Jailed. Many Anglian )
t .i :''. at St. Marks, consisting Groceries, and Provisions goods Street, near Comcrt Hall Boston and also by his ;Arsons who have used i it, pronounce it the best pre I ALSO, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Cuba,an: Jamaica Coffee,
aration for these
I tl lI4. of all kinds, also Dry Goods Hardware E. complaints they have ever met with, Cavendish Tobnrcn,
&c. Their appointmentby; BARNARD Jr. & Co. in of I R E A 1) Y-MADE CLOTHING.Among
:ti.l Warehouses being I large and commodious likewise I specially cases soreness or inflamation of long A Superior ot of S.iJJIcry,
I;. propose attending to a commission business the Tallahassee. Druggst. standing. Price 25 cents a bottle. which arc the following Articles, viz- Fresh Teas .

t. ( ."; receiving and forwarding of .ds and February, None are genuine unless signed on the outside Blue, Black Brown, Olive Green, Dahlia, Violet, CostorOilc., .
cotton which
/I go to
't;''. they pledge themselves lo pay such attention as will DR. RELF'S AROMATIC PILLS FOR FE printed wrapper, by the sole propiietor, T. KIDDER Mullerry, Green nnd Mixed Dress 4* Frock Ccats- Expecttt1 per schr. Joy. a grnrr.il ossonraent of

t I ',"a entitle them to a liberal patronage from the merchants : MALES.-They jurify the Blood, quicken its circulation immediate successor to the late Dr. W. T. Conway Steel mixed Oner Coats, German Camblet Box Cuats, SPRING and S 'JiMMEll GOODS, all whichwilll

;; i.[ .:' and planlers of the Territory and neighboring coin- 'i assist tli9 susjendcd operations of nature, and area For sale at his Counting Room, over No99- Court : lined with merino and silk, quilted thronghout, a new I sold b\T for cis! orapprovcd crcilit.A.FORMYDUTAL.

c 21csofGeorgla. general remedy or the prevailing complaints among street, near Concert Hall, Boston, and also by his special and superb article. Superior Blue and Black Cloth .

ii.w! P. II. SWALM the female part ofiociety.-The Pills are particularly appointment by Druggist. Cloaks Gentlemen.. Black, Bixr.vn and Olive Mirrh2C, I PC: ;. 3tf

,} ROBERT LLOVD, efficacious m the Green Sickness. Palpitation of the 51.: BARNARD Jr. &Co. ':!Grccn, do, for Ladies'. Blue, Black, and Drub Cloth 1'01. NEW YOR iv.
t : i Heart. Giddiness Tallahassee.March 13. J4 (No. [and Cassimere Pants. Black Mixed, Lavender and -The regular Pock-
L LEVI A. MADDEN. Short Breath, Sinking of the Spir. : rt B ig, Stalira, Holmes Masterisdaiij .
,!. its, Corded Bucksin do. Blue. Black and 1 > ,
: St. MarksMarch 14 J83C. 328wm Dejection and Disiucliiialiua to E Acr oand Sooto : mixed Sat- V
I ROWAND'S ly c: pectcd at St.
:'::. .. ." .. tv.. 1 urried ladies fiml the. Pitta pnnnllv useful TONIC MIXTURE., :tinett tin tin Round Jackets. VESTS of all desrrin.. ., \ : MarksIjavinjtb jresvitli
l' ; -" : lU .LJV1IUL: !.e\VUlll. cepl- case of pregnancy wi -- -,-when- -- -they- must-- J not-- -beta--e- I AND lions, lilue and mack Cloth, Black Silk and Fancy-- "-r-It; 1. 11 L II. Itc[ cU P'O en 0:Hrea.; W1l1.mee'

,,.lI: -.,. RANA'V A Y from the subscriber in January last I 1el; neither must they be taken by persons of hectic !I .llli-Coslive, Fills. Velvets of all Patterns
t, II. omnn about 2' years old, named LUN, orcuuuintivebabjts. l'ric$1 50 aborALSO.TLie IN consequence of the numerous attempts to Satin, English Silk striped, do, Buff, Chalice, Valencia -. Tailr.hassec! pri: 341 1 1936.
4 h' '. formerly belonged to Dr. McLcmore, and i'SlIPI'US'cj I celebrated Cambrian Tooth Ache ( imitations of valuable p IVlerino, and all the most approved patterns that 37if_

I ..)- to be abouf Lt. Goldsborough's or Cupt. \Vlsite'splan- i Pills, which give immediate : without the least cines on the public-he has determined to confide the nrc to be found among the latest importations. Also, i lOUt. Jollars Kewaixl.

'';. tation, near Monticello. The above reward will be I injury to tha Teeth. On trial reler be found one of sales excusi\'ely lo agents in different parts of the u large assortment cf Fine Linen Shirts, White & Red UNA \V c\ V fiom the subscriber, at Mobile, on

.;; ri. tiven for his apprehensin so that I get him.MICHAELLIiDSWOIlTII.. the best remedies Known for this complaint. Price GO country, frm alone the genuine articles can be Planel dodo. Drawers, Stocks, Gloves, Silk handkerchiefs R the 3d of F.b.a ytl ow man by the Dame erttU.

.\," '. I cents a box, had, and to guard the more effectually against the im ,Black Silk Cravats,Gum Elastic Suspenders BEN, about 29 y cars old; a blacsraith by trade. T3t
April 2d 1836. of unauthorised Silk Cotton, and Worsted
J'J'positiQns ,
i 3i Cw venders he has instructed Hosiery,Gentlemen's Fine h r.uiier
!'I' '..- "'. ... ... None is genuine unless signed on the outside printed his a ents 1 nostnn._. Np1 Vn.l. ; TLI ,.L.11,!_ Uea\'cr 1I.1TS. Salin_ B:l\'C'." ,In.. "r\nd. .,'. .c....,;. "'__. I I spare midr,.thin visage,of a yellow. copter
.1" V J. ---'- r .. nn ---- .11 Uli.I. "OUIU", :WJ S } ..
ri; III by tie sole nropneton, 1. --j ana iILU \VlC'n walkmg, IS a supen(1f
fliU1JIit- Baltimore .UtIIU. do Seal
wrapper to make 7er Fur
sales Caps
: no to merchant Umbrellas and
,&q HIVING made urrangcmcnts to give immediate successor to tha late Dr. W. T. ; of every article workman, not to be surpassed by any other as a orriagc -
Hi : my Conway, of the to be Gentleman's
f -. i. on llie 1st of any !cdiius carried Smith for sale again. a outfit.S smith is fi> id and fond
; April next to M'. Edward For sale at his Cointing Room over No. 99, Cour. Large J. B.B. would also gambling, remarkably
Barnard Jr. I before quantities n pernicious article in imitation of notify thai during the past Summer of trading, and i about five He
!, am anxious thai time to street, near Boston, and also by his ; fcrl ten indies high.
the lie
i ComcrtUal special genuine fixture 1 has been
have ) :
betH cagajjed
all manufactured manufacturing above will
4 ; accounts which were due mc on the l.-l off (No. 5. by Lu doubtless atl:mpl lo nass as a free man: as he
rt" : ) cius miclcs
January. Those thntran make it convenient E. BARNARD Jr. 4Co.. S. Comstoclv & Co. of New York, Iud selt to the designed particularly! : fur this market, which 'CarrlCdhIalCrS ofi with Lira: f) that effect and 1till
; pay
; Ift Avill much oblige me by doing If those South for :ae. The name of in.steadof Rou- lur cheapness and durability! arc not to I be surpassed probably
r % to. who cannot 'Itlahassee. Fcb 22, 1835, 30tf Dlug ist. and is RClrmt "by in this section pass bj the name of GEORGE
't. .4 -nmo pay their accounts, will call aud settle them on tle bottles of the : The genuine any of country ; and as the u''I k has JOHN McDC NAL O.I Reuben is intelligent
'. :: by note \* Obscrvo thatione are genuine without the vvriiTen article may lia-J of the been nwdo up under his own inspection he very
they may depend on every indulgence being following persons, \\no arc can with ; and when spckcr to never stands Mill. He went of
fi.V.' granted for their payment which, can be reasonably signature T. KIDDER, on the outside printed tie only Jgents in this part and Georgia I s'.wne! degree of confidence, recommend the same to I with a man bylhj name of David McDowell Itis!,-

ri *.:. asked-. The notes I'-t e left with Mr. Bdi-nard.. twranncr.( I I i'--. Baildrd 'i_.- -R*ft---\.- GtntI.*\.I. -'o A A.AV\.'., *.T*....If*.?.....A.H._, those! .who wish to purchase a first rate article. -He'iouId -- I m11L_ n.' _:__ VPI"VI.dl' 'J ..., _n.,r.i._ .i.'...-.- _..t--i,'.A".U.-.._..,I J.Ii> kiir-:.
iH' *. I. nose Wll0 are not wining 10 MHIIC cither uy cash or William Kcrr &. Co., Thomasilk-, 1.\\ merely add that InsClotnshave been purchased inpposed he altotu 4U: years of age. -i.will gi ie the

? .: nole, I trust will complain if 1 am compelled to DR.HUNTER; James C. Ecclcs, Quincy, immediately from the Importer, and are from the la nhoxe rewind foi the detection of the said JlcDowdl,

;. leave their accounts in a Lawycr'hands for collection. t u Ken- & Stuigcs, St.Maiks, test arrivals. and proof of his having said negro in hisor$501) possession

t'J The business will be continued by Mr. Barnard. the use of Dt. Hunter's inestimable mmS Thomas Alexander, Hicksiown, -:-Tallahassee-- October 12, 1S35. 12-lf_ ) (dollai fo r the apprehension and con nement
I without any change in the manner of it BY Darius Williams & Co., Momiccllo NOTICE. of said in that
: i. conducing of either sex, if they follow negro at y Jail in the United States so
and those who have opened accounts with me since i valuable and carefully the J. D. Carpeuicr, MicVasooky. THE UNDERSIGNED I get
t the very plan, copious having purchased the] en- him.JOHIt
.p. 1st of Jan. er who may wish ta open them may panying them, are ambled effectually to eradicate uccoir-- TheZ.76r/ofE. Barnard jr. ftco. will be on all the tire interest of Mr. Gideon Emory the Merchan- MARTIN &. Co.Macon, Gee
1 continue thcm with 111m. to be settled as usual the a bottles sold by above tiie March 14 ,
I ..r at CERTAIN DISEASE, and to restore lost health tlc agents. establishment conducted under the firm of Eei- 31: -C.v
p %*r' commencement of the new year. ,I wilh ease, safety, aid certainty in a few d.\ys. Tallahassee, July 7ti! 1R37. 4.Stf tOil & Emory in this place, notifies his friends and The Intelligencer Tuscaloosa, Journal Montgome

E. B. PERKINS. QjTThe cxlen&ivt sale and I' customers, that )he is nowreceivir.g a general ry. Argus Coluralus: M iss. Bulletin A. Orleans Coori -
M nsortmPiit -
;, : Tallahassee March: 3d 1826. 30tf this ilia_ \ nnexampied.success._ ._ of .. \ of flcw-iifs selected hv )lim50l'Jj' ... .._ 'r rYnf.rI;7-, \1I.! issiPlli.m; ; f.-r-w! Miss.. EnllDC
., 11 .' "JIII..TI1"PL'' .... Medicne. il n and_n_ *_\t_n\AW_. .*.*... UIY"n T. ?" I \.IIP.i/ f h -.- \irilli" _'n r-.... U&n A H.V : >n
i i-i 11ll AVJ.o -- lie a.Ulscrtuer rt pectfully jU10rms the Union, for the last J"II'II tun, New York and Baltnnoie! and oilers the same Post Cincinnati, Viij| ;and Banner Na.sbviUcOalUU

:;., 4 his friends and the public generally that he has during which it was latisfactorily lileen by Dr. Com atreduccdprLes at retail, at the bland occupied by Pen sacola, Floriiliin: Tallahassee,Republican Sara

1 t:: (. opened a general assortment of dry-goods, in the store :i way incootes'ibly prove, that when used with the IN the late fiirm. ALSO- nah Ga. Mercury Charleston, Observer Fay eUrille,
lately occupied by Thomas Hays and JECTION Expected daily brig and Srandard; Ral North Carolina and lntelfis
.tf f .. one door west POWDERS, it effects a thorough and per harmony, direct from igh ,
'. ... c of Mr. A. F. Duval, and nearly opposite the store of speedy cure of that eadful disorder, denominated the Liverpool, on consignment, ccr Petersburg, will insirt the above six limes, wwJonvard

V R. Hayward in the city of Tallahassee-also, re Scourge of the Ho nun Race. WARRANTEDFULL 30 tons hammered: IRON their ac.o lutsto John Martin & Co. Macao,.

ceiving and now on hand, a general assortment of *.* The P1 LLS accompanied, when the 30: Crates Earthern WARE Ga.forpayr.ent. _

I 4 4;; groceries among which are bacon, flour, lard, shad, it, wilh the al INJECTION POWDERS Case Dud requires 180 pieces COTTON BAGGING OWiN PKOPERTlfFOU
mackrel, cheese bugar and coffee teas tobacco CERATE these 10JO! sacks Liverpool ground SALT VALUABLE wh
etc. ; coistitule most powerful medicine Jer will sell the projerty on
etc.: 9th 1836. D. JJPRAENY. Applicable to the vaipus stages of this Protean disor New wliich he offers at wholsafc to Merchants, at or nca he resit cs in the ci .y of Tollahassc. This is tlJe-
April York

-,rf fc. ITtl _LA Om T. IHT'I'V. .f _.._ __'_'.. .35 S der..nl"i.in.Fulandplaiolirections! ,h. ". :_ _.__..._,_with__ _a popular. treatise.. (uUon Durdlaserl. prices._ 3e ncn } _nut_.,_property_ '.:_ _,.us.__a private. .residence. in T'the__whole_ __",wj'v.
-- u A 1TCIAUVt ana J1'U11rlJ, ..w f- anu LI6 nlode ot n. ; --'l V, UIi 1'I"Op'r.y I .1\'laf1lnna J acasoD I'
iJTtVtb and Htttd States. treatment, accompaly each box 7..J TURBUTT R. BETTON wcst Florida. mtht.
- 'rhcsubcrber being so that 01 -hi:' nlt' 1'hi ; property is second to none
agent. for one of the principle either ex may cure tlemsclves. persons Tallahassee, Oct 1, 1833. 8-if academf
manufacturing csialA I supply of village, consisting! c f two )lots, adjoining the
Jishmenu tides in New-York, will furnish to order all ar. (Price of the Pills Jl a box; the Injection Powdeis .herb and flower seeds just received 3n.1 garden, NOTICE.THE on which tilL iC IS a (large and spailusd\veJh n<..
the warien Led
aUvc line. G. G. HOLT and Cerate 50 cenlsiach.} ) fresjjby! Subscriber with out houses. TIC dwelhingiscneofI'ICP"and *
r1j. S' St. Marks, April 9th 183C. 353m o Prepared fioo the original Recipe in MS- of Dec. 16th, 1835. 30tfSTOUAGE B.PERKINS. and the returns public in general sincere, for thanks the to his the situation the finest in the village. Mr.A- *

.t t To lat Dr. W. T. CON WAY, by his immediate Suc. he has liberal Blaclcwchl is author zed to sell this property. GIU.
Farmers STORAGE encouragement received since :
I has
and Others. ccssor, and the Soe Proprietor T. KIDDER STORAGE !l"TN this place and solicits been in anteed titles will be iren. R. B.KER.
Of ,
.11 large THE brick subscribes: having taken that whom they may be had at his Counting Room, in ** addition to his oldvarchouse the % He has just relumed a continuance from New of York their and paironagc has- Tallahassee Apr 9th .1836. S5_

.CJty for the ttorc m the upper partofthe Chambers oyer No 1)9, next door to J. KIDDER'S subscrilJcl has rccenllyercclcd a spacious build received per brig Somcrsclt direct from that., CT1UK.-The subscriber has just received .

j toodaltofctbe express purpose of accom- Drug Store, cornel of Court and Hanover Streets ng 80 by 2d feet, forreceivinj cotton and goods. get ernl assortment of fall and winter GOODS place a I.3. schooner Joy, fi om Ncw-Yjork, and ia no.P .
,, country trade and intending to near Concert Hall,Boston, and his TIMOTHY of the con. jug
J Iheir leattenaotn the turn als by appoin M'CARTY. sisting following Articles, to wit a general assortiientotTspinjsndi'consisting
: -- sale of Groeeriea; and merit, (together with all those other valuable .__St._ Marks, 27th 1831. of fli'
i rity prodaee, would invite those who wish coun cines Medi Dec.cml.r '' Euper blue, black, green drab, and adelaid Broad prin ed and painted French
to buy. or as prepared by the late Dr. CONWAY, A TTENT1ON florcnlinca and
toselj t'pwe"'tb m A call, as they arc ) by COMMCNITT J !-Just received and Cloths. canions diagnal sdtliuets nzune
? sell determined to E. BARNARD Jr. & Co. (No. C. now for sale etc. 3,4 and 5-4, blecched and brown domestics< i lit'
; 011 "'rood'tenul, and give as high ) ready n large and choice selection of Do. double milled Cassimeres, of different colours.

.!Iitf.;; foProdz34ehJcan_ be obtained in the city.a CAsh* Price T.I.1.. w_1" \!_. ._.n..1. ._._ __* ..RUGOiT. spring_ : & summer. goos. not easily surassed \\\v iimco__ An nts/irfmpnt nfunerSittinPtQIOOpiecesofNcgroKerseyr 4 and.5-4. furnitene. mil common" checks; 100.__piet, ....
.. .. -J 'n -
IJ.d .r.IlCT ave just receivca and for sale I CL it, JOo. vU.A prolcssing the most scrutinizing tusic. Goodsandgar- s.Linseys and Fustians. superior couon osna/urgs; crockery "o.re, IOU

:! 50 barrels Irish Potatoes CERTAIN E FOR THE ITCH menis not only ctrrcsponding with the prevailing taste English French, and American Prints. gar, etc. Expected cr schooner Warsaw, M:
tl t 6 Tierces of men, but Painted ment of hardware, a nd a few superior rifles k double
admirably Muslins
Rice iDvet to the Fancy
:: HWEVER ate, in one hour's adapted most eccentric. Shawls Handkerchiefs,ard
application, The barrel ll will be sold low for cash .PPT
.r' SOBoxciSoap fi followingcomprizcsapart of Super Pongees guns- or
Lustring and
and ,
part goods Silks.
:".1'( m taking cold, by garments Fancy Cor
20 using credit, purchasers invited to call and examine
Kegs Lard? fries' Ointment. ThiJ -superior honey-comb corded linen tics.Ready a 'e
for I pantsj diii-
: i' ; .
.' 1 10 do/Buttcr. safety, expedition, ea and certainty stands pleasantness unrival ling do. ; do. brown do ; superior bilk htripe do.-; superior made Clothing &c.; Cotton Bnggnc- the nselves. AFORMYDOVAUApril 35.DOCTUR

l New Orleans Sugar, Whiskey. Brandy Cheese led for the core of this Tpublesoroe complaint. It is plain, corded und figured Marseilles vcslings 500 pieces brown, bleached,plaid 4-slriptd Domes- 9th 1836. _ .

l .. 4.c- H. It T. E. LINDENBERGER. rapid, uwellaicertoi. in operation, as to cure this so also a splendid nititle called the checked chally vest- Bale. Rope black castor, beaver, drab, and \V1 J. HJNTER-Having perm&JJtltl1,

t1J.. Feb. i7,1835. 29tCiiiil disazreeithe&inrdpryn; i t AffVwtunllv in one \>m<,'. nplicalioaonlyl -togs- -well- calculated. to please the naturally cheerful '. Hats. *--- nn thc Thomasville road. e9
H"r I UIlU moaelt; reauy maueclothing; bombazines, .thib- A few dozen waicuone lionnets. miles from north of Tallahassee >respecliuiiy oaus

Storage. It doe pot contra: tb least particle of let, erminelis and cassimers, and Circassian dress and SCO'pair Russell Brogan Shoes. his professional servi ic! to the citizens of Leoo v")

The tubscriber has othida4ei-oizs Iared nt, and may be appljd merrar. or frock coats of every colour and quality able (almost) 5QO pair Kipped Brogan Shoes. tu. April 9th It 3G. _&*_a
lately finished a WJI. p.rfcctjitfety to recommend themselves: bombazmo thibet Gentlemen's and Ladies Walking Shoes.
large 'bySeg ant lemalea, or to children at crminell;
aDd commhous.cot. the breast while: and brown linen drilling, brow n,gras do. pants, 250 pair Negro Blankets large Rose Blankets, &c.; JOHN H. BEALE.

k4 ton Shed 'tich with Lh well known W arch S ,Pli. 371-2eenUabj. >x, wit ample directions. for and superior article of basket linen, drilling suitable Old Cognac Brandy Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin. Attorney at 1 aw, Monticello Florida .
'Will enable him to hoase use those wishing something new in short Rectified Whiskey Wines Teas CourLofa.ipeft1Sd the
(rom the Weather garments ,and practice i ia the :
to/1000 bales. Those who may store their from 800 Iot Ladesl4 I too numcraui to mention, nnd in conclusion, I merely Cuba St. Domingo. and Jamaica Coffee. WILL Courts of ,be.middle, DisU.Ct va

t. with him, are assured that every attention will Cotton be a assert that the reception will be so agreeable you will Wiih an assortment of Cutlery Crockery, and FloridaNov 3&. 183& i6tf..
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stowed towards it HA. The perplexing to make choice. Hollow Ware &c.
J. B.
cafe keeping. oing. beteea ity for their advantageis bo a BULL. JV1 Orta*
'eo St.'Harke,1u.13. 2ftC E. W. DORSEY, foand- in the 1 of te. t Tallahassee, April 16Ji 1830. 363w Wilh many othor articles, too tedious to mentioh. Regular Packets belt vttn St. .Marks &

Storage fr Comm. Storing All of which will be sold low for CASU, or aw -c:3: The,,schr. Lady Washing:
.- _._ ._ Merchant. BRITISITANTI&APrinThis hippjngof! Cotton. ; ._ .. _
b .00 & DETIFRICF.. __ oroved Credit. Cnnnt." .M.-.. .._... __. Ljlicd __u. __ i .ir ixr o1 fn]
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I Un.D.having located himself YLORl1a.t.oof iaii&nas. elegsnt'rijowder. with avery little use KERR tf STURGES will attend to Storing and at a small advance on tie New York prices. : J.MI tt will i apply regnlaxly iir1t
ticello permanently Mon- eredieates the Cotton:they will also advance on The subscriber will advance and
respectfully tender his tew % and the ; ship Cotton ,to
preveaU Cotton
professional entrusted
to services ot to their care for shipment to New York orCharleston s. C. He will Se.MaTa and
inliabiuuita of Jefferson ca0atoI k o.pnI blackens bin any purchase P. H. SWAIM, at
market in
and its vicinit.Y. the United Sbtes'or
county, teith elsewhere; and will Cotton, and give the highest market prices. TZII&b
their Agents.
: .. decay. The ;
3GlOwL I purchase at cither their Stores
Deltri tu jvJing causes of ofien Marks. in Tallahassee or St. ALEX. FOR IY DUVAL." {N. W. STILLWELL. &OrlcatNov. '
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