The Floridian
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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: May 14, 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
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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ADVERTISEMENTS. r----- ; _i.s_ _--_.: __. ._'-----.2_I !!!!! ._>>:_-:-__ _-_.....-.. '

AI.-. ---- Now, therefore; be it knc vvn, that I. Andrew f

I'- NOTICE. THE Jackson, Pre ideist of the Unted: States o" r

after date& I shall apply to the Hon. the IAItD41 America, hate caused the t aid :"Jonvention ti> r

bl***ki county court of effeNon county, for be made public, to the end, that the same ana '

e'I:1.dministJ1lt' : on upon of Je the"erson personal county estate deceal-of .....:. ;;. every clause (hereof, ma\ I be observed nnJ I' I:
1)J.)IIIt T.ylor .D. PARISH. "LAISSEZ: NOUS FAIRE." fulfilled with good faith by"' ho 1 United Stair; /

186.:; 34-6 -11J -. and the cilizrns thereof. 'n witness whurcou:
110. I\rth: 28 L I J. I r ..... f H
afonuct Ihe 2htday of June m'\t '" 1 I have hereunto st my hand: ai d have: caused ft

be sold,the on Tuesday legal hours of sale,in Laurens V'JIa ., QAWIaA1DAQ 1 m 1t Ul n Q YDtt aaQ JQ (l bs the seal of tho United J Slaves t* be nfl within -'"
I% Hick's Cow pens, Done the of 1.
lIet the Cnwl'8ns, known I --- at city Washing, this twen ,
of Cattle
I' ntr est Coleman now lives,Hicks the stock deceased _,i FOR NEW-YORK.-The Schr. LU. I [Public, No. 16.] ty-first day of April, in tin year oj! our Lor.!. i

,1t\Jn keCt.t:' 5"5W the estate a thousand of Abner hcad. They, Will be,sup-sold WOTICE.-Sbc week after date, shall apply "Z & the C1NDA above, Capt. Westervelt on the 12th, will May.-For sail for An act to prescribe the mode of paying! pensions one thousand eight; hundred and thirt '-six, and :

ritd W suil Tler nurchasers.! Terms of sale made known I e.the county COurt of Jefferson cHy freight or passage port apply to the captainon heretofore granted by the United of the Independence of tha Un ted St.itea th,.: I.
,1a1U 'The sale to contii.ue frnm day to day I for)letters of admmsiration! on UM eitiwe of Cakf/i States. sixtieth. ANDREW JACKSON.
, y E. W. DENNIS, Am'r.March I William B. rfuitall, late of said deceued. boarrl. 33 J. A. W ESTER V ELT. .. 'I
::1I 5nld. Be it By the President: ; ,
. ,u r 30, 1536. 37tds April 23,1836. 376wJ W.6.BROD1E.IN enacted by the Senate and house of of i R :
rille Recorder, Columbus SeI Intl3Ir&llahssee. PLANTATION FOR SALE.-For sale, a valu- Representatives of the United States of America JOHN FonsvTii, ;
noxThe'Southrrn THE CounT COURT or LEON COUMTT.Rcnsalacr situated on the Oscilla river, ODe of Stt. 1 I
vjlI insert the above in Secretary .
Floridian please Congress assembled Tint all laws
mile above the ferry, in Jefferson Florida : '
county, ; ____ __ .
EoV.;: Halsey, ) Attachment. .. :
p a1 the day sale. vs. > containing four hundred and forty acres, of prine: and parts of laws, authorizing or requiring -- ----- -ru.:. --. -- -...."" -.-} .'s. Ii

If SnStrators on the estate of the late J.AI.FaeldcCtued defendant and all other persons interested., fence;together with a good and substantial dwelling el to pay any pensions granted under the au- '
THE ..4
house and all The Oscilla London
a Give notice, for all take notice that necessary out buildings. packet ship restminCoptain ter. :
latH); New-Orleans. a Writ of Attachment has toority of the United States shall be and thesame
elted to said estate, to corre forward and been sued out of tie office of the Clerk of the County river runs immediately through this tract, affording Moore' arrived :It Jv e\v York onMonday.
i ir who have claims against said Court of a roost excellent mill seat. For terms, apply to Jas. are hereby, repealed; and such paymentsihall
Leon in
those the above stated She ) London
pfY county case
and : brings
I they '< to tit! '
sr.me A. Berthelot at Tallahassee the subscriber. be [
Esqr. hereafter
rythe them in the time will therefore or made, at such times and .
to present pre and, plead to the declaration ..
rt'queSled! appear 38tf E. I evening of the 17th Mari! and 5.
P. ae MALHER Plymouth
tu .
**l\\ 1l1w otherwise this notice will be plead inn filed in said case according to the (cnn of the Statute places, by such persons or corporations: and .
CrrecoTcry'. WM. NOR WbOD in such case wade and provided. N OTICE.-The subscriber offers to the citizens; : jnder such regulations, as the Secretary of the 19th, for which tho editors of the New "
)I Itro ( J. M. NIXON. JAMES A. BERTHELOT, k planters of Middle Florida his grateful thanks War direct York Courier and Euq-iirtT ant. indented to : ', \ .
I county, :Middle Florida. A pri 123, 378wNOTICE. Attorney for Pl'iff. for their liberal patronage to him, since he commenced may ; but no compensation or allowance the kindness of Capt. Moor. :?ary' contain 't :
Gadsden- Feb. Oth 1836. 27-3m business in Tallahassee, through which he hopes shall ,be made by such persons or little of i.iVirnst 'J J.
here. .
.. -- I yet, to accomplish his purpose, of establishing him corporations for making such payments, without very intelligence 1 t
.--.As after date we shall apply to the lion. A DMIN1STRATOR'fl NOTICE.-AU persons self permanently in Tallahassee,as a merchant.-The authority of law. The Cotton mirki-t t, it mil be seen, had recovered .j: I f'
I S of thc County coiutof Jeffer sun count jtSLhaving claims against the estate of Jacob forger subscriber has taken the large and commodious ware from its depression. ... ,

If f t/be h' liters of administrution upon the personal late of Leon county deceased, are required to present house of R.Y. Wellford, Esqr. formerly occupied ly Approved April 20, 1836.BY In Spain liberal prineiplcn: hm e triumph! l : J
" o \calc, late JcfiVrsonn county deceas. hem duly authcr.ticated within the time prescribedby R. J. Hackley, Esqr. and will bo receiving from this '
t r THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF in the election ofuiit\s to :ho Cortex.: r
poteoftuai :
t.f SAMSON DALLARD, law, or they will W freer r barred. Those in. I time, untill next fall, a tree npptf of every description ".
.f ti KLUAHNEALE.: debtcd to said estate are requested to make immediate of merchandize which will be sold as low as the AMERICA. xi- : :No: question oin ral I i.r.p rini.c' has oc-

Montird\o\ TxTurCii i OG J3 lQ7/t jnou. _J i.Hk.V_\/_T _ payment. STEPHEN W. SNELL. present hi h state 01 the markets through the whole A PROCLAMATION. cupied the attention'of tie: Buns i ., Iiiiiit'ut. -. : :
j -ThOTIcE.- April 30th 1836. 388 country will admit, and on the most accommodatingterms. WHEREAS, a Convention for a second The strength 01{ llv! .urescut Mu i iers in tic : .1 !
The subscriber has taken fresh dart
jt depending! in' the Superior Court of the NOTICE. way and means his exertions and attention a to business every i additional article to the Treaty of Limits between House of Commons Mrnn: '.: c m:rea.e. '.

t S:(tITS V''illd't'lire IV!strict of Florida for the justment of persons are heieby forewarned from com I shall fully meet the patronage-af his friends. the United States of America and the A reduction of the talJl': D.iry
jt nVrmeiihipuarsaclionsoflheli'te: firms of L. &. ALL trespass or waste upon the Lands and 3* GEORGE LANMAN. United Mexican States, the ratifications of pers i is contemplated) ; this duty s at pitr-ent I J <" i

>*>e,* Annaslead .and I-said.. &.firms M. A.Marcus Armistead A. &Armi-Co; other improvements on the tract known as Forbes' TAKE NO'fICE.-Johu M icknor, Esq.of Mobile, which were exchanged in this city on the fifth 4d sterling a sheet, uith: ;i d.nhic ion of 20) per d ...' I .

t 1id;dalso; .iisn-amst deed on file, in the Clerk's office Purchase; and particularly from rerouting, cutting, appointed the subr:riber his agent to pay day of April, one thousand eight hundred and cent.. It i is proposed by mttiistfs to ivdu? Ii'I
bn otherwise the real in this
timber id
ill\ppcar destroying, or injuring on the taxes and rent his buildings a estate :
fSdsden county has"made over" all his estate in land, unless by special leave from the proprietorlor city. The store now occupiec by S. M. Hill as a thirty-two, was concluded and signed by their this duty to one penny a sheet wi haul any de- I

indldilthe partnership; property' to his their agent. THOMAS HAL ZELL, carpenters shop is offered for i ant Plenipetentiaries in the city of Mexico, on the duction. 1 I['

1 Ser, Mrs. Jones of Virpni.\: 1'ie subscribertt August 28 :3tf Jlgtnl for Ac Proprietors.ADMINISTRATOR'S May 7 1836. 3Stf GEO. LANMAN. third day of Apiil, one thousand eight hunched The Committee of the Ilr)u e o1ComTnon4 ), H '
that wfar
__ .
the as ,
, publi .
t it proper' the to notify plruh.nJII: 11 a1.urs\ and said suu NOTICl,. and thirty-five, which Convention i is word for I appointed Jo inv ->:i,:;;.ire ih'j. 'iur ;t: of Itriberv. h. :
c..fi ct | NOTICE.IX
tt t gcd!Play will: be contested. subscriber respectful y informs the public woid as follows : > I and corruption against: Mr. O'j.'nnull in tlu \I
validity will THE
< months after date I
',,1r I DAVID G. RANEY, and vouchers for final settlement present and my accounts he will have the tPQi IVWIEIBlBg9IQQViyZt A Treaty having been concluded and signed Carlow election, had nude a rCi| ort eXt:ull'a: ., .i.I '
, K,7 apply to
Latimus Armistead, deceased.Guardians and fitted lor .
of ( thoroughly repaired .
t 'Mmff Executor 32.9w tie Hon.the Judge of the County Court of Leon, fora the ofthose who are willing to patronisehim up in the city of Mexico on the 12th day of .I tory of that individual. 1"
. hrt'h i6 l 565. discharge from the administration of the of reception of Tho Citadel nt Plymouth had !been destroyed J"I '
., estate by the tenth of December next. He pledges him- January, 1828, between the United States I J

Notice.ottnonlls Willougliby Whitehurst, deceased. self that every attention shall be paid for the accommodation America and the United Mexican States, for by fire, and the towsi; M l nor. .t igd 7G, anl ''V: h '

after date, I shall exhibit to the judgeuftlttounty Dec. 19ih 1835 SARAH 19-6m WHITEHURST. and convenience of his patrons.A. the purpose of establishing the true dividingline his i twO tJ.itihter.-*, aged :23:. : .uid 1.3, peiio.iciiin .. ,
for the )f Gadsden A. FISHER. -
( ,
J court my'un&lnd flmes..
, the jH
: und nations ,
between the i iI
boundary two
of Ann Best Tallahassee Nov. 20th 1835. 15tfaFOR .
I vouchers,as guardian? JUury l
a (\ : and 'ply fr a tilschrc.arb ;: NOTICE.SIX the third article of which treaty is as follows : The son of the I lu\e\ of. Con'irg, war i< ,
RENT.-The store &. back kitch- .
I TUllor: 9 181G. 33.6ms JESSF.E M.-CALL. mooihsafter date, application will b. made to formerly occupied by the subscrib. *. To fix this line wilh more precision, and to about) to CPU! the y:un Que !;i of Portugal I,

.- NOTICE. honorable the Judge of the County Court for a small office with two rooms place the land marks which shall designate I had arrived in Lur-ilua: ou hi. way to L::;- j4LIon. .
the of Gadsden for letters
weeks after due I shall apply to the Hon. the estate county of John P. Nealeslate, Oadsden Dismissory county OB enquire without any dr.lay of G. LANMAN. exactly the limits of both nations, each of the' 1. .

SIX:eJuJrof! the county! cOIII.tof Madison county dec'd. W. D, HARRISON,Adm'r. May 7th 1836._39CENTRAL ; contracting parties shall appoint a Commissioner In the French Crnrnbor: of I'cputic?, t HIT :

, jjrltttersof Administration tloccasrd.M on the.estate of Leonard ;' QuincyJanlst,1836. 43 6m BANK OF FLORIDA, April 25th. and a SuneyorVh" hall meet before motion .f for the political :tnii.tv: jxtundiii:': to .
.\ .. !atc:of aid: county IlENJAMIN= ED'V AIlDS.l NOTICE.ALL < Board of Dircclois of this institution : the termination of one year from the date of the ministers of Ch.ul X. '.\a.; k l at by a I.ir! ;:u '

.Varrh l 28 IMG. 34.6wNOTICE. hays this day, declared a dividend of five per ct. the ratiticalion of this Treaty at Notchiloches, majority, the minit of jiutic>r having opposed '

-- persons, indebted to the late firm of Kerr If on the amount of the capital paid in, for the half year on the Rt.-d river, and proceed to run & mark it on the ground that. to originate; acts of \
are make immediate
requested to
pay- the 30th instant, to the Stockholders, Yip
ending payable
ment. And those having demands against the same, or their legal representatives, on or alter the first day said line from the mouth of the Sabine to the :grace i is the prerogative: oS .lui I civii.. J n-: ,
will be
CjIX months after date application Court made to will present them dt'ly authenticated to the subscriber of May ensuing. L. A. THOMPSON, Cashier. Red river, and from the Red river to the River reduction of the Five pyr ctist.which: question :
.3 the Bon.J ud e of the County Leon within the time
prescribed by law. about the dissolulioi of the ministry ;
3Hw the -
ihc Arkansas and to ascertain the latitude of brought
Counly,ftJr letters of DismisslJry'Gn estate of P. Kerr. Ex'rofWm, Kerr. ,
, bmcs Paimcr decea etl, bte of said county. DAN'L. D. STURGES. Adm'r of R. Sturges. source of said River Arkansas, in conformityto of Iht; Dukn de Bio;.:ite, Ind been iujourned \- '"
I.G.SEAHCY, E xeculors.T St. Maiks, Feb.: 20 1836. 28lf [BY AUTHORITY. what is agreed upon and stipulated, and the M. Thiers, the present ['resident (4 ;
RiCHARD 5 ------------ ----- staled tint tht
(line of lattitude 42. to the South Sea. They the having goverr.ueifadopted
Jan. IS 183G. NOTICESIX shall make out plans and keep journals! of their the principle of ic-dtjcinii t t:1:: : intert:",.f j' _t

1 mll ISTItA rOilS \OTICE.-Six months months after date we shall submit our accounts 1* proceedings, and the result agreed upon by on the debt one-tenth, and Ih it a bill!! on tlu- {

f, .lafler date, I bliall' exhibit to the Hon. the J udgc vouchers, as executors on the rstate of Hardy them shall have the same force as if it were subject would be introduced at the commcuc.: .
i the court for the.c'Junt of Lconmy accounts Vickers deceased to the Honorable Courtof .
county County inserted therein. The two governments will nient of tiie sc:). i"t: of 1637.: Tie appropriations I
ud vouchers, and app'y' for a discharge as Admin- Leon county and apply for a discharge
JI I wiioroiutic estate of I'lioinis Howard, late of said JAS.J.VICKERS. amicably agree respecting the necessary aiti- for the increase of the 1'reru h Navyjhad: t
the United StaLes al the twenty-
. lJunly d crasd. JASON tRINSON. W1LLIAMW.HART. Law of poised des to )be furnished to those persons, and alsoas been voted with great \lUmllI lt}'. This increase !

..April 1 GIll J 1S3C. SG-Gms. Nov. 9th 1835. 15 6m fourth Congresi first Session. to their respective escorts should such be i was made: it is supposed(. : 'vith a ,.iet.". 1

I, llim.ir DISIRK.T OF FLORIPA. A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.-8ix weeks af-- = |l rUBLlC, liu. 10.] deemed necessary a :" And tho ratiticalions ol i iI to the 1 enCrIJ.11'I lmP-lits of Russia;; upon ".1"ur.\tY. _{j J J j

Cadsdcn County Court, .March otli, 1830.IX ..Lt.r date I ohall apply to the county court of Jefferson An act to carry into effect the treaties conchi- I said treaty having been exchanged in the r.itj I I In releicne to this l.UU-r: :;::j..ct r the iut !
county for letters of administration on the estate Chickasaw tribe 01! Indians the is said :'o have been .
EQUITY. by the on of Washington on the fifth day of April, Ill'I lowing important proposal : : :
of John B. White, deceased, late of said "
'..ees jI. vixon, co.nnla.inan;, \ April 16th 1836. 366w JOS. M. WHITE.county. 20th October 1332, and the 24th of May the year of 1832, but from various causes the .I made by Kn land. r;

II I vs.iere n'nJ .>Bill JOT Rd rf. 1834. contracting parlies have been unable to per- The British Government. had made nppli- ,"1< | I\

!.:l n)Tipler hitr: Defendants. JI J ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of form the stipulations contained in the above ", cations to 1,1Ctl3oIlHl) ; t''ov.i ito: rut for tho \., !

If errlt'&nng toni satisfactory evIdence, that said IX mozthaflcr date, I shall present myacconntsand Representatives of the United States of America mentioned third article, and the period within evacuation of Sii! tri i, and otibrcd its :':Ilaran. j

;I DtjCP ;\r.ts esle.u(! : of tliIT( rritorv, and that. vouchers for final settlement and apply to in Conress assembled, That all mones which the said stipulations rould have been tee, on the surrender of tis! (for reds to the 11i
u residence is unknown to Complainant : It is : the Hon Judge oldie County court of Leon County, received from 9* the sale of lands under the stipulations executed, has elapsed :- and both republics i Sultan's troops, fur the payment uf(tho rcm.iiit- I t
itri1 On motion of William P. Uuval for from the of the
a discharg
Esquire, Administratorship CI- .
S&ttor for Complainant, that they appear before tate of James Bannister deceased. of the treaties with the Chickasaw being desirous that the said treaty should be der of the war indemnity, at preset t owing: by I

Court on or before the first day of next Term, March 19 1836. 32-6m N, DUDLEY.ADMlriISTRATOll'S Indiana of the 20th October, 1932, and the carried into effect with all due solemnity ; the Turkey to Russia I

, second Monday (July, 136I at the Court House 24th May 1834, shall be paid into the Trea. President of the United States of Ameiica, It is lIl silted; tint the hiti: !h Government -

i'.l'jncGadstlcn; county, and plead, answer, or NOTICE. surj of the United States in the same manner has for that fully empowered on his I had ordered a diplomatic envoy to proceed : ; i
aunosaij\: Bill, or the same will be taken con- months after date, I shall present my Ac I .
plO SIX that received from the sales of HUller, a citizen thereof, and to Cracow, to rrp.jrl on the cu-es; \.ht.;ii .
it *!!oltt e next'rel.m of this Court, after publication and Vouchers for a final settlement; and money part Anthony '
, t:an: order lour months\ in some newspaper printed anply to the Hon. the Judge of the County Court of public lands are paid into the Treasury.Sec. Charge d'Afiairs of said States in Mexico, and had led to the uccup.tion ofth.it' little Republic -

.) LIis:! du.trlct. Gadsdr.n county, for a discharge from the Adminis 2 And be it further enacted, That the acting President of the United Mexican in viclatKiu oflho tioaty of \i :nlla.: '.,. i
1 1rccopy from the :Minutes: March 8ih, 1836. tratorship of the estate of Sharrod McCall, deceased. From 6p.iin ual J thu nccounts I
all payments required to be made, and all mc- States having in like manner fully empowered I I as u : an !' i
1 {;:, LORENZO L. SEXTON, Clerk. Adm'r.
.. February 2d, 1836. 26-6m neys required to be vested by the said treaty, on his: part, their Excellencies Jose Maria.: very co.tr ididtJrr. On tlie: vtiioK! ho,vever. :

tDDLE DIsTF.lcr-Lr.ox COUNTY SUPERIOR coonr.i are hereby appropriated in conformity to it, Guzierrez de EstraJa, Secretary of State for .I the adherents of Don O.rlos: coniLvne: to !lio-. !
OTICE, Six weeks after date will ..
!&it i Willis/ )j Summons ad nspondendum in Tres- 1%,. be made to the honourable, the judge oi the county and shall be drawn from the Treasury, as Homo and Foreign Affairs, nnd Jose Mariano thum eh.ei in :great force. M.; \1etlizil! :*!, :

I I I,u 1\* I pass ilL lite cac; itp.g14 pTemi$( court, for Leon county for letters administrationon other public moneys are drawn therefrom, Blasco. Secretary of the Treasury ; and the the present:: Piuiu Minister of the (. utv::, ';

1 Damage 1200. the estate of Chandler i. Pendleton, late of said under such instructions as may from time to said Plenipotentiaries after having mutually : continues to exert him ,ctr to susiairi; the j ii.u; :'- t

- lu"n'l'j(Ildurnallt JUaalmentismtd to .'lJ>ri11'trm Feb. 11 ld3C Uk: 183G for county and deceased. P.R.Y.WELLFORD.KERR, acting adm\nittr&tr time be given by the President.Sec. exchanged: their full powers, (found to be ample ces and credit of the country. Hi popul.irltv! ; .- I t'

l And it further enacted That nil and do hereby I is undiuiini:>hed. Some apprehensions; ;art: fpressed :
$2G3 3-1. Tallahassee, April 9lh 1836. liGw 3. be and in form, they have agreed t'1 1
rr.Defendant in said case, and all others inter- investments of stock, required by the said agree to the following second additional article I that iTid new (lcgi i LIttiv: .i bohesi'l!! ti :

( will lake ootic.c of the issuing of said writ A DMIttlSTRVTOR'S NOTICE.-All penanl shall be made under the direction of the said of{ a j-ieoLinical charaott-r, anj! in tint case; i his ,
llacun<:! nt and to appear and plead to the dcclar- xBLhaving! claims against the estate of Asa H.Rhodes treaty to Treaty. I .
,. -. JM; filed m said case, according the statute in such are required to present them duly authenticated within the President; and a special account of the Within the spice of one year, to be estimated I. said Louise PhilSippu; I. is o'dered tfs.

l *lIL1ueand provided. the time prescribed by law or they will be forever I funds under the said treaty shall bo kept at from the date of tho exchange of the ratifications French :Minister, M. Rayneval t to quit tKSpnnUh :

1. WESTCOTT, jr t for l'tfT I barred ; those indebted to the estate are requested to thho Treasury, and a statement thereof shall of this said additional article, there Capitol.I Tho I I&'iii-sli I 3Iiiist''r, M .
C, S. SIHLEY. Au'ys pLitedFb. make immediate payment DURANT C.CRAFT. Villiers, still continues to cerise : intli-
S of the : 1rett
I.' be laid before and the the
: annually Congress shall be) appointed by government I
I. : hh ItS36. 27tf __April Oih 1830. 358wp at Madrid!, lie his procured (the disinis
I sum .150,000 dollars, hertofure appropriated United States of America and of the Mexican cnco

i 'h ibDL DISTRICT-LEON CCUNTT UPERIOR COURT NOTICE,-Six weeks after date applica- agreeably to the said treaty, and to aid in United States, each a Commissioner and Surveyor sal of the ollicers who couateuancrd the! : cru

L J'i :trs, 1 Summons aJ respondendnm inV be made to the Hon. Judge of its fulfilment shall be refunded to the Treasury {for the purpose of fixing with more pre- cities committod upon[ some Car'is pri-uner: .

.. 1 j Trespass on the case upon prerai- the court of Gadsden for let. The British legion in i5p.iia has; s iticrecl severely I
::111:Jthnton., ises county county as loon as funds sufficient thcicfor, arc received cision the dividing line, and for establishingthe

I [ Allachmtnl-Damages issutd S-J500.Jan. 21 st I IR36.Rtturnalle ters of odminislration on the estate of Samuel from the sale of (he siid lands. land marks of boundary & limits between from an epidemic_ _disorder. ;,

J I to Jpril term, 1836 for Edwards lato of said county deceased. JAMES K. POLK. III.11.0.. hun II'.P nniinnq.II'I with the exnnlms.q simulated- _. n_ J

J J $2"2U. RACHAEL EDWARDS, Speaker of the House of Representative: by the third article of. the Treaty of Limits, THE BANKY.RUiITED STATESBANKNOTES.

rH I c.defendant in aaij case, nnd all l oth'rs.inte WM. H. HUBBARP. M. VAN BUR EN, concluded and signed in Mexico on the 12ih 1-
wIll tale notice of tile i issuing of said writ 39.6w Vice President of the United States and It seems: as if the whole plialaa: ? of I>:m'v
MnyGtblS36. 182S and tho ratifications of
*ChrnCfltand of Januaiy, ,
:: day
hied to appear and plead 1 the declra- President of the Senate. are put in re(1uttu tC) cir-ilate: falsehoods :: ,
In said which exchanged in Washington city on presses
in such
j a r made and case according J.to the statute to purchasers of lots, in the North ad- Approved April 20th 1836. wee in relation to and againtt tin Trf usury J.
provided. :: jr. the 5th day of April. 1832. And present
he City of Tallahasee. The subscriber ANDREW JACKSON.
a.n, 2ht 1136. 24tf forPl'tfi department and the deposit hank111(1! : 'favorable ; -
Att'y having been appointed, by the Judge of the Middle additional article shall havo the same force &

: IIITIIICT.-G.A.DSDEN SUPERIOR COURT. Distrct of Florida, Trustee for the Commissioner of [Public No 15.J efi'ect us if it had been inserted word for wordin to the bribery bank at PhiLde phia. .

4G.Rallty, 1 Assumpsit summons ad res- the City of Tallahassee, in the place of John Y. Carey An act in addition to the act of the 24th of the above mentioned Treaty of the 12th of The Inleliigencci; of Friday jjiv.'s the following \. .
deceased, hereby notifies all whom it concern from the New York G.izttte, which .
may entitled "An to authorizethe
> pondt-ndum for 51000; damages 1828 act and
JM May 1823 and shall be approved ratified -
due the January, f.1L
forward the balances on
Fagait to come yet ,
pay have corroborative iu-
returnable 18 G. the editors they
) to spring term
Attachment for said lots; as all the Iota having balances remaining licensing of vessels to bo employed in in the manner prescribed I by the Constitutions say "

,. rnut'1.Si defrndant and all others interested$500. will take unpaid, on the first of June next, will be advertised the mackerel fishery." af the respective States.In formation that is substantially true.

[I .of.II ;e_ .rd.je lnstilutionof suit and the issu- for sale under the deeds of trust, of record in the clerks Yl.&I'lli* :lb. _".nn...<-*tf......rl.. hv-J tht..._* -pnrllp-....._ .nnrl...- Ilnnsft___n___ nfRepresentatives -. faith of which the said Plenipotentiarieshave "A friend has informed us of this foIovinr! : ".
office, of the court of Leon to secure which communicated tc him by ;&
county county facts were
IIIIUathment und ,
to appear and plead to the of the United State of America hereunto set their hands and affixed their fJ
rLt hon the of the THO. BROWN. .
filed iIlllld same.
payment arrived in this cit from thWest.
1 case according to the statute gentleman just }
IQch Use 7 1836 l. tf in assembled, That vessels seals.
made and i I May Congress respective I
provided. disclose the disgrace ul l t: mdu:.:t
J. D. WESTCOTT licensed under the provisions of"An act Done in tht of Mexico on the third day ;;
.161836. jr. Att'y for Plaintiff. ( M Hl HRAND'FOR duly city of Government which call J for investigation :
23tf SALE.-A plantation. comprising to authorize the licensing of vessels to be em- of April, in the ycarof our Lord one thousand a agent At recent sale of:

.-' IA of choice land hickory, ployed in the mackerel fishery' passed May eight hundred and thirty-five, in the fifty-ninth by Congress.:
chiefly oak
to lh / days after date, I Shall apply 1,000 acres I lands the purchasers camo repared tu
honou,able, the judge of the superior court and hammock, of which 300 acres are well cleared, & 24th, 1839, shall not be deemed or taken to I vear of the Independence of the U. States of I public- "* t V T .I j k !> .r
. k .Middle District of Florida, for leave to sell now ready Cur cultivation : with requisite fencing and be liable to the forfeitures imposed by the fifth I 'Americaand of II the fifteenth of that of the pay in bills orthe ttuuk 01 th' United :,tat : r.
.eventy.six In the of Ct\bins-\.ying Jefferson ia a well I which they had brought with then fur th"*
haaate original plan of the city negro county, sections of the act of Con- Mexican States.
and thirty.second United
.ICth e belonging to the state of Sherod Bl'Call settled and pleasant neighbourhood: only 18 mijes After the sale, these bill; wtrti tt:u
ra30th benefit of the.! t hcirs and creditors of said estate. east Tallahassee, and the same distance from Mac grease approved the 18th day of February, A. BUTLER, [L. s.] dered purpose.in but they were -of/used by
1836. 8tfj and Monticello -and immediately to "An act for enrolling and licen payment
} WM. B.l\I'CALL adm'r noun adjacent 1793 enitled
J. M. GUTIERREZ de ESTRADAL.[ s.] who stated that lieu hid received) or
OTICESi the high road to et.. AugustineThis land-will be vessels to be employed in the the agent, r.
o prieatio0 the weeks after date I will make ap. sold on very moderate terms; and to an approved pur* sing ships or and fisheries and for regula- JOSE MARIANO BLASCO, [L. s.] des to that effect from \Vush ngtor. 1" tl!;;.-

Jefferson hOIlourable county court for the chaser, an extended credit wills if desired,be given. coasting trade whereas the said Convention has been I dilem na, the purchasers accepted tIe irieiul::
for of such And
tt&te ot administration on For further particulars enquire of the editor of the ting the same, in consequence any
OJere.! iah Bcnlly, late of said county cit.tprilOth -- Floridian. .36.Labourers vessel whilst licensed as aforesaid having duly ratified on both parts and the respective offices of the agent himself, win vnry Uindiy t
. NANCY BENTLY. discounted thoir notes at tho.modetato rate 41 k"
ratifications of the exchanged :
same were
cod fish of respective
1836. in or
been engaged any
.. 316 Wanted. He d spoked tit'l
of five cent. subscqiunily
whatever: Provided, however,' at Washington the twentieth day per
description .
rJ IN1STRATOIl'S SALE.-\ViII Appalachicola Land Company having I and these same funds to individuals: who wbhud ; -
hundred thirty-
4th tf be sold on THE p That this act shall not be deemed or considered April, one thousand eight
; Moty, on the premises of Jacob Hor the sum of 9000 dollars,to the improvement John of St ito of make lemittances to the eastward, sit a pr--
.lhe six Forsyth, Secretary
the by
Lc personal will ima.di. authorizing or entitling owner or
p of the town Appelachicola, give M I
optrty said thns
to : nalizmg Lythe
- J. M. de mium of two centum ;
, ubng of nef'roea,horses,cattle,Iiogih.use I' ate employment to 100 L*evaEu,for wboc ibsh1 owners- of aoYYe8Iellicenled for the mackerel the United States of America, and per
S aafte furntture:-1.150, will be rented" &1 est price will DA given in r'. Apply 1O.1' r fishery to receive the bounty allowed bylaw Castillo Y. Lanzas Charge d'Affairs of the tlan action, as: he hnnsdlf acki.owledgcethe : .,
, t aui. plantation and, Tallahassee John Carwhan;Qadjdia handsome sum of sixty thousaul tiollar:;.
Baluclt count their
t standing crop for 4S4lf employed in the cod fishery.Appro Mexican Republic, on the part of respective
lPri13<e.r1Q:... STEPHEN W. SNELL. ty, or Peter MilchtU, Appalaehicolt. to T Governments We are authorised to state, that no order.
38) March 183* XX : **) April 80 April 1636. .


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.: :;. .: :1- T -; ClittuUe of Florida.i.l the frUnds of General Let us endeavour t i.s far as
;i :. have been from this place\ to refuse the without offered S Pf1etieable to
; ", given ment, slaughtered, being a c. will just.if1'hia OD0uct, in discharging their neceaiti fiddle Fferica J'tI.j?
SCOTT attempt
>: receipt of tno notes of the bar.k of the United chanco of quarter. The spectacle," observes : FI.40RIDIAN : the urging as a reason, that the West Florida,thou th and I Itt:
, t :J. Stales and branches in payment of public dues, I the paper in a boasting tone, .' present. I troops il i is proper that in wealth. The ei eeuOve POPUlated t&b
approaching, feela
. :.<:' :.' nor do wo believe there has been even the ed by the struggle, was extraordinary : the Aat9 .: sickly seasons was the wen" r &bbe
informed anappeal to
tfAl1L1L. should be rightly w.althy:
the at the north
I t.: shadow of a transaction upon which to found I men fought individually, (individualmente) I I will 'nd

.!i''':. such a story as the above ; if there has been, and performed actions of heroism-iwenty- SATURDAY MAY 14. on the subject.-It is admitted that much sickness receive a gen troUI reipon He w
I' that
'. '. we call upon the Gazette and the inteUigeci1LS lone pieces of artillery served with the greatest prevailed in the army, bnt flat sickness, consisted a voluntary contribution shall beach It IeII
: cer to name the "agent ;" disclose his name. skill-the vivid fire of the musketry, which appeared 1 I The extract from the Louisiana- Advertiser, principaily of the measels,which, from the county, and) a bounty Of one bUDd II'I

" i t \ 'H.t: : If they do not do so, it will be apparent thql to set the whole interior of the fortification contradicting the- nature of the disease would hare speedily sub- I! fifty dollars be given to every volunteer 1rb.a. II( 1

/. .. .t; the whole is a sheer fabrication. I ramparts and fosse, in a blaze, seemed which we publish to.day, sided.-The billinus pluersy was not more prevalent serve during.the pe nod of six monthi' the 1ff

: J t'l:;. The charter of the United Slates Bank having scarcely an obsticle to the dauntless Mexicans reported disaster of the MexicanArrriy in or fatal in the army, than aflong the inhabitants ty to be paid*when the soldier -Ui'Q'II "IffI.

: : ':,i i .y-:: : now expired-the whole of the available they behaved themselves like brave men, wor- Texas, is entitled to but little credit.-We of the Territory, or of the adjoining states. able discharge fro n the serviceforce T e ,

t 4 i % .. means having been transferred over to the thy of the higher consideration of the supreme inclined to the believe that, Santa -This latter disease, has never pievailed j to any thai is require d, b I one hundred IDd, :

; r./;; :. bribery bunk-that bank now issuing the notes government and the grattitude of their fellow are strongly great extent, except in February, and the first men, but twice that number, will, in .Ibcrt I XI

, -: .4 i;. of the former bank, although defunct-claim- countrymen." More than six hundred dead ,Anna is "m Texas, and possibly, that he has part of March, which period has always been be necessary, and i the subscriptions in tIe! 11

; 1i::4 ; 'i ing it rs a pait of i il s inheritance" the 14th bodies it states, were found in the ditches and been captured and shot, and that the reittera- more fatal to human life than acy other, not even ent counties are ficiently liberal, it will he,_. ,

4 !; IUt.! ,:. section of the Bauk of the United States chart entrenchments, apait from those scattered a ted assertions, made at the seat of governmentthat excepting the month of September.-We appealto mediately ordered. Such a force as 'ha : Ci

i t ,V i ier inukin the notes receivable in payment of broad and cut by the cavalry in attempting to ; the experience of physician, for confirmation ficered and placed! o n the frontier,will gi'e 1tI! "
fj.: xli dues having; been The also that after he is still in Mexico, are intended to prevent
p'-.ulic repealed by one escape. despatch states of the assertion.-April, May, and June, 10 ihe plantations, and leave our citizen Ik

;4.. : ;: tiranrh of Congress: and that body having virtually the fight the bodies of Cols. Bowie, Travis & revolutionary movements, which wouldbe decidedly: healthy months and we ha/zard sue their labours in peace. Those wp"h rp.

i 'I.: ." enacted: that nothing but gold and silver Crockett were found the slain, wih that are %
t among it known their thousands nc' of
.. certain to take place, were asserting, that the physicians in this I tens thousands! Irono?
: ,1' shall ho a I legal tender, we have no hesitation others who brought despatches from the Coi nothing
i he is absent, on a distant and dangerous expe- have realized less from their practice during crops, may well afbrd to pay a few hundrtfc?
4. : in saying that the receipt notes and vention.
\ : 4 :". '. drafts of the Bank ,of the United Slntes and The loss on (the :Mexican side is reported t. dition. The success of the Texian Army, these months, than in any other consecutive I the brave soldier, irho defends them, aDd jwty tip tiV

t ..dh; ; branches, ought, in our opinion, to be forthwith be sixty killed and three hundred wounded, seems to rest on too good authority, to admitof months.-During this period, it is common to lorm I have the proud satiifactionof knowillr.t.hs'.L 9' '''1IC:' )1l'

.. :j ., piohibiled !It)' Congress. What security containing amongst others, two chiefs and 2:'. a doubt, and the friends: of Texian independence hunting and fishing !parties for amusement, which we use the sword en our enemy, wehiytW,* t

'. :; has the public: for their redemption und pay- other officers. may congratulate themselves on frequently last many days It is notorious, that ed the purse on ou friends.: t

tfi' merit ? The bribery bank having now possess The despatch concludes as follows :- the of her immediate relief from the those who lead a hunters life ia the forests in Florida RICHARD' K. CALL, '

;:4.:." ed itself of all the treasure and means:: of the The bearer carries one of the banneis of I prospect not are almost wholly exempt from fevers at all 1 GV tf'X or oj l1oril.a.. 1!
enem-\V are J
'" ,' Bank of the United States, suppose that bank the banners of the hostile; battalions, taken on presence of a foreign seasons.-There the soldiers duly would call him, 1i i FORT GILLILIXD

;j 11..j':: should say they will not redeem them ; who the occasion, by which the true design of the without hope, that an arrangement will bo and can it be doubted that he would be equally I To Excellancy R. K. CALL, May 5th IM:

; ; 1. is to p ty them 1 Would such a proceeding traitor colonists and their friends come from made before many months, by which this fine healthy.-Even the plantations continue het-Ithy SIR Informaiior has

!, .: ..,' bo a more flagrant one than: that seizing the various parts of tho United States, will be country will become a portion of the United where a lew acres of the native forest have been the Indians- have attacked just!five reached here,, fa I'C

i : public dividends! belonging- the nation, by made manifest !"-Ibid. States.-Our government would be justifiedin preserved :around the dwellings'! t : white mta, ... I'c
two near Aiicanopy fnur
negroes kiL'edan4
.*:IF the Bank.-Globe. -- -- of the should Why then was the army disbanded i am! the Ihrr! tf
,. taking possession country, escaped, two of wh ch are wounded. 1be tF
: Rail Road Notice. be that Mexico has been I country disgraced, by the abandonment of the
i(; ,' ONE OF THE NEGLECTED. The tho fact established, all below this are abandoning the country !
cuuld *(
Tallahassee Rail Road the when the
of the at period
campaign, very enemy
THE Stockhpldcjs to create war and insurrection with- the (Indians have full without
V.ido Mecum\ has the attempting sway
1. Philadelphia: : following hereby informed, that 12 per cent on encli! have been most effectly assailed ? Why was the I any ona*.
excellent hit al the Spoils; Party for neglecting share ofstock is required to be paid forthwith, in pi re I j in our borders. lion. I have summ)ned the whole rrgiotaiu
Ji Ii '(, to rexvaid the honest but rot sufficiently cunI'g of the 17 percentdue on the ISlhof Jan. hst, as lurc- -- left wholly exposed to marauding parties, i meet to morrow, ani then, I shall repair to the IC
tofofore notified and all delinqueents said slock due and the body of the nation left to cultivate their:
% jitn;!, dupes they have made : Col. White, has; made a very able speech frontier, and there wait your assistance. TV
called make immediate
Novcmber last to
the 13 are
upon land in and the of continuing C
,.. f--!. '. Peter Brush was in a dilapidated condition payment otherwise the stock will be ssold, a- in favour of the naval establishment at Pen- peace, provide means people are so much confused, that I l fear fa

F3 ,;., -out at the elbows and knees, out of greevblc to the conditions iu the charier of said: com I sacola, and succeeded in obtaining a large appropriation the war ? But more especially, why was not will be t few; that will meet ; I therefore. wid1'Ot: J:

r 'i pockets and out of spiiits, and out j in, the pany. aITTTbI By PO:ordor ATTt"VfM of the" Board,O,___.1, __. the works at that the cove of the Withlacoochee explored, the stronghold : to give me order? tc have the whole regiment}fo C
,.- \.IlIJ\.I\.LJ O JtUiLLTallahassee ; n..rc a'l' to complete of the nation where are their wives and children -
out und outer' in ,
itrcet, tin every respect.1 .- March 20' 1836. 33tf actual service I the -efure request you to
I : I I.':: ; lie sat upon the curbstone, leaning his head place. their cum fields, and their herds of rattle( Colonel Suinmer'in o have the 12th rejuuwtor.onfe. t

: : : upon his hand, his elbow being placed upon NEW STORE and plunder ? There, at that place a Jigl't is ganized and onfcrcc into service. I c

t. .::..;:, a stepping stone. Mr. Brush, hud for sometime PROVISION subscribers have AND united GROCERY.themselves under the A bill has passed the second reading in the ready for ar.y one, who will seek it ", \Vhoever order two hundred rr two hundred and wishyou M/nn la t

f. i', r-i 4 .been :silent, absorbed in deep thought, I. THE of Peachy & Maner, for the purpose of establishing House! of Representatives, authorizing the cuts his way to that/ajl/ieu, will have no trlmnphal from Middle Florida there is provision enough 1

,-,';" I'' ,1 I 'which ho relieved at intervals by gpitiinv in the town of St. Marks, a Grocery and enlistment of a thousand drarroons.This I I processiun.-It will require nerves and l.onrts;' the country for tlieiisupport, and unless nuehwsiatance Q. ,
-,',"1 i.t.,. through his teeth, forlornly I Into the gutter.- I commodious Provision. Store.,they likewise Their buildings attending being Jar*to c and the (force, Congress, in its wisdom, thinks will be'' of steel to do this work.-Gencral SCOTT was told: is granted, >he country must be abauia- 1.

:.,- :. At length, heaving a deep sLh; hu spoke :- I propose of again and again, that the could be found .
."f.. Rectiting and Furwarding of Goods and Cotton, to sufficient to protect three thousand miles enemy ed entirely. The few regulars that are at Cam

p.4.t; ** 'They used to tell mo-put not your trust : which they pledge themselves to pay such attention frontier, threatened by fifty times that. number there. Provisions were actually sent up the \'.'Ilh- King and Fort Drat e, afford little or DO nfnt ia c
in princes-and liav'm. }'; one of 'om never I as will entitle them to a liberal share of patronage lacoochee executive and -
: by ,
our :
+ borrow of I I from the Merchants and Planters of the Territory, and of desperate savagcs.-W hat effect the intel- arrangements the country. The>eople have aban4oui'country ifct .
wanted to nothing Princes !
; me.
...: : made, to furnish supplies at the theatre of
neighboring counties of Georgia. Their goods will very so that theie will be pro\'isiOQcnuu if
of General Scott's failure and
I :. Put nut trust in Politicians! ligence retreat
.. pooh your be sold low for cash or produce. As they will endcav- war.: -A blockhouse was erected {for their p.tec-; uut destroyed by the 4
I 1:* "t them's my scnt mcllti.: There's:! no two mediums to keep on hand a constant supply choice and inferior from our frontier will have on that body, we tion and of left alone in ihe enemy. 1
a guard forty men ; Yours in has'e'
..; I of Gioceries and Provisions of 1I
1 10 I about that.; Hav'nt 1 been serving my qualities every are not prepared to say.-Should they, how- wilderness where still surrounded I
they are by fiftytimes COTTON
description,Country Merchants and Planters will find RAWLS,
I : country these! five years, like a patriot going tgreatly! to their ituerst tc call. Their Store is now 1 ever, look upon[ our sufferings in cold bood! their numbers, exposed to all the chances of L. C. 3ih Regiment Flo. MhIt.TO .
:: > meetings and huzzaing daylights out '
to my JOHN BLAIR 1
pen. and without effectual means We it there is _
... adjourn providing war.- repeat again no excuse, nn I
; : and gelling as blue as blazes ; hav'nt I block- WM. MANER. i
I. : '!.4 cd the windows, got licked liny times, carried St. Marke.Jan. ICth. 1336. 23-tf I of defence, we trut: that the members will apology, fur the termll ation of the campaign, or THE ID1TOK or THE nu&Jl.1.t I

l. 'i..7, I don'! know how many black eyes and broken COTTON have the magnanimity to volunteer in a body, for the cold blooded abandonment of those !>.avc I In looking over th; history of Kentuckyifar I
,; r for the of the and assistance. I men, to a fate, from which their own valor :ibne r day since, my attention was attracted by ihefal-
,"\. noses, good commonwealth, come to our : :
I IIl.;: .&...! and the popularity of our illegal rights ; and THE friends, arc and informed acquaintance, that by calling of Campbell on our and for- -- : has hitherto preserved them.-It is ascertained by I lowing passages, wliish, thinking they might prate J 1

J". *.' all for v-liat I W hy for nix. mer agents they can be supplied with Colton Gins of INDIAN f-lURDIfis.-On nC'sby a white two Indian squaws of the friendly party, who nave, of service in ihe l\rt seat excited times, I fare

);.;: If any good has come out of it, the country the best quality, either Cast Steel or Iron Saws, to boy about fifteen years of age, \\-\a: shot and escaped !from the nation, that they are still alive: transcribed for publication in jour paper.

r the whole of it in her suit purchasers. All persons wishing the above article but closely besieged by overwhelming number The alarming to which had
:: .t hns put pocket, and will do well to call on our agents, viz:-O. C. scalped by a party' of savages:; \\hilst plough. :*es our troops experienced -
...$;..1. swindled\ tnw out of my earnings. I can get Williams I.concounty: Williams & Co. Jefferson We trust there is still chivalry enough in the gallant agains: tin savage from the doe i
the fields. fled
ing in -They imrrudiulely to
$'::1'\1 no oflice! Republics\ are ungrateful I did'nt county; Wm. D. Harrison, Gadsdcn county; J. andV. states of Georgia and Carolina, to come to the revolutionary r to the times in queiiiuoin

r. uar.t no reward for my services. I only want \ UoUison, Jackson county Florida for further the swamps, leaving their victim weltering in the rescue of these gallant men, which our eM'Cu-: duced General WAS IIKUTOS to :have a iperia!
particulars as to price, quality, &c,
ta' ed to be took care of and have nothing to do ; ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL. his blood.-The mother distinctly heard the !Live is determined lo attempt at all hazzarJs. military conference en; the subject, WIth'btlltnl

;; I { .,'4 and I've only half nothing to do Being took JOHN M. GLAZE. cries of her child. as he was exuirinir' under The governor is. \H''U''LlIthnnl' '1 to call on the I KNOX, then Secretary of War, &. General Wms.

::.' care of wns the main thing.! Republics i is unt Uchoe village: Marion county Geo March 5 30tf the scalping Kmle, of the savag ::;.- Colonel neighbouring states lor aid, but all who present The result of this comril wa, the .rsftm of UP

!!a .; a, b ratilUl, I'm swaggered il they ain't NOTICE. ,- READ is in puisuit of the foes.-His unwearied themselves within the Territory, as volunteers: tics observed by this (latter) officer in i his Northwestern

.J.... ": Come with\I n.c," said Charley I I helpinghim I ., TilE uudersigncd L 4' .: cntcrprizc and bravery, through the late will be received into the public service.They campaign. The principal features of
J.: 4 .... along, .* I'll take I care of)'ou. But what have this day entered disasttous campaign: are subjects of universal will go under: their own officers, and fight the Indians II which were-1st. a hcility. |fur forming an order

:" ".';" ( made you a pohtaclanba"ut you got a i into copartnership un-( :: in their own way. In addition ti> the rcguhr of battle from an ord ;r of march, to resist i ud
J : derthe firm Swaim, Lloyd, <$- Co. [lnvins purchased praise.-It i is the opinion of all, that if i
:,, trade !" of Kerr and Sturges,their entire stock of goods : pay, as a liberal bounty will be given, as our I den anu unexpected: attack, from wh.iteverqtar

,:.. .. Trade yes ; but what's a trade when n at St. Marks, consisting Groceries, and Provisionsof ,, fortified posts were established: at suitable I means will afford.-Fftcen thousand dollars have ter it might come. !!d. a capacity of forming ia

", ', : fellow's got a *oul-a whole soul Trade all kinds, also Dry Goods Hardware, &.c. Their points, at the head of navigation on the coast, already been raised by subscription, for this pur- line in thick woods. 3d. an easy mode of securing

E .' ..;... I loved my country, and I wanted an office-I .i Warehouses propose being attending large to and a commission commodious business, they ,likewise the I for depots of provisions, that he would put nn pose. The country is on the verge of ruin -Will and ;prolonging tk e'flanks, nolvriinstaiwfingtfce

.]on't care wh.st, if it was fat and easy. 1 receiving and forwarding of goads and cotton, to which er.d to the war, with fifteen hundred men.-- the neighbouring states permit it lu be ubudinned! line of extreme open :arder, each file being more)

:\ : wanted to take caie of my country, and I they pledge themselves to pay snch attention as will General SCOTT is supposed to be safe: at St. 10 destruction at the hands of these merciless barbarians than arms length fruit those on the right and Wi,
wanted country to take care of me. Hard I entitle them to a liberal patronage from the merchants
.4. my and of the and Augustine ?-In the invaded or threatened di..trir.til all these were essentiil poiistsin a war willow
1: ork is the trade I'm made for-talking, that's planters Territory neighboring coolies i
\\ I is difficult to raise the of P'uld
the of Georgia. --- men, as safety every Northwestern Indian because: no vigilance

:, iny, line. Talking in oyster cellars-in I' P. II. SWAIM, A gentleman left this place yesterday f family depends on its male members, \\110,if t! ey guard against an unc (peeled attack, from them
the bar rooms, any \\herc. 1 can talk all day, 1 1tOBERTLLOVD,
: stopping for m als.and to wet my whistle. LEVI A. MADDEN.St. morning, for South-Carolina, to endeavour to volunteer, leave their homes exposed to the in their native woods Yet these were the wefif
) only :
f" :Marks March 14 1836. 3'2-8w critical situation small predatory b.inds. which lurk in the foests.: of their operations, a id the object of their facile
: But parties is all alike, I've been on all sides, obtain aid in our present until
f..: '" 10 Dollars Reward. OSCEOLA has threatened to bold his corn dance inTallahassee. is always to turn the 3ank of their enemy. Bu
". "t I tried! 'em and know none of 'em gave me the General Government can have time to
; .1' any thing, and I've a mind to knock off and RAN A WAY from the subscriber in January last of defence.We .-If we are not succoured in time, he by the lormalion ado )led, in attempting II) ,ifni

it'!t, call it half a day." ro man about 22 years old, named LUN, organize permanent means may keep his word. either flank, they met a succession of troops eoffl.
formerly belonged to Dr. McLemore,and i i. supposedto rely confidently on the patriotism: of this gal- -- """
I ..:.. ing from the rear to rxtend tile line. Upon
be about Golds h's
i Lt.
orou or Cupt.'hite's plan-
t that hundreds of her chivalrous TALLAHASSEE 9th
lant state and trust May 1S3G. files
: the
It has been for some time generally report fUion, near Monticello. The above reward will( be European plan as we I as on oar own ;
r. ... for his that I him. will rally to the call.-We have FELLOW-CITIZENS. crisis has arrived which \ touch
-*. cd thut proportions have been made on the given upprchensin so get sons of the men are so clOte: that the shoulders

!.. t.. .. part of the Mexican Government to the United At'ril2d 1836. MICHAEL 34 6w LEDS WORTH. been deceived, betrayed and abandoned by demands the active energies of every 'iian in the i' each other. In fighting Indians< no shock W1I t fc>
:, > States, Ireulirij: ; of tho sale of Texas: to our OI1UEThe subscriber respectfully_iiuorius one whose duty it was, not only to defend the community, not now for f the conquest of the enemy be given or received : a very opea order m
but for preservation.. The forces of'the
: Government. his friends and the public generally that; he Ins frontier, but to carry the war into the enemies' therefore, attended w th two very great adnnt-

.. The rumor originated from a story that our opened a general assortment of dry-goods, in the store hundred and fifty Georgians, Government have retired from the field, leaving 1 ages ; it were then at ubled the length of the 6
I Minister, Mr. Butler! at Mexico, had caused lately occupied by Thomas Hays and one door west I the chafed foe exasperated. but unsubdued. That assential part 0
,1 .. of Mr. A. F. Duval, und nearly opposite the store of well mounted and armed, after travelling five and in charging, whi h was an
that the foe is now on borders, rendered more bold thr!
it to be reported Secretary: of Relations your !P
of Tallahassee also the to get
;.I R. Hayward, in the city ,- reCeiving system, it gave m re facility
% ..; in Mexico, hud conferred' with him ont and now on hand a general assortment of hundred miles, to meet the enemy, were abruptly and daring by the success with which be hub: resisted the obstacles which at aciioninthewoodspfeK .

.. the subject of such sale. We find in the government I groceries, among which are bacon, flour, lard, shad, and unceremoniously dismissed, without their power. The war isat length. broughtto which were to| \'
Such the ;|
: paper of the ,Mexican Republic, published mackrel, cheese, sugar and coffee, D.teas M'RAENY.\, tobacco, etc. employment, at a time too, when the northern our doors, and we must prepare to meet: i it, in a ern our were in thei principles active operatiena agai>111I'

p in Mexico, under date of ol March the! etc.April 9th 1836._35 frontier was exposed to the predatory manner becQming the gallan spirit of the South. the troops when entamped, it was ahvllslA
enemy ;
7ih, a correspondence between the Secrelaiy: I UR LAST DUTY to our relatives and jrimdi incursions of the savage foe.-Our citizenswere The eUtmy is neither formidable in numbers, or hollow Will in this all the bJgg2rfi

01 I Mexican Relations and Mr. Butler, in O Tomb and Head Stones. The subscriber being-- valour. If he is bravely met in the field, rely on square. sometimes l1''P t
this their
which our minister, in replying to the letter: agent for one of the principle manufacturing establishments indignant at outrage on patriotism it, he will fly from your presence. Show tut a cavalry were securer:, and of na r g
the in New-York, will furnish to order all articles and feelings. We forbare to complain, infantry and rifiemen, for the purpose
.. addressed him by Secretary, stales explicitly will ( his f.rmer
., in the above line. G. G. HOLT. manly.front, and he soon forget sallies in k. Ramparts of bgt
I. : that no proposition or suggestion nserninating St. Marks April 9th 1836. 353m hoping. against our better juJgment, that peace successes and learn to respect your courag.; .*, let a night_ ...'_ItnrtPC2.- .'

1' from the Secretary in relation to : To Farmers and Others. would be restored to our bleeding frontier.- us not permit one house on our borders lo be deserted termed around the eniampnum, u&IJ cou1 VtU

the selli.ig or transferring of Texas, or any The has since terminated in total the himselflet sudden nigbt attack t ntil the troops dereDct
THE subscribers having taken that campaign a but wherever enemy presents:: intended for
f of the Mexican\) Territory der arm.:. They wel e cot
pait was ever made large brick store in the upper part ol the failure, the army has been disbanded 01 removed that be our rallying point. By prompt and vigorous Indians byrt'iu1artrOO
to him and charges the author of such for the of in j day light. To defi'at
a communication city express purpose accommodating bands which infest
without the pursuit, marauding nw I GCDenIW1f.t)
as capable of a direct falsehood. the country trade, and intending to turn to SUMMER quarters, slightest the charge must be r lied upon. )
their sole attention the sale Groceries and 'itants.-= the country, mny be overtaken and destroyed, I Ind
r learn fiom to country regard to the safety of the iuha picket guardS-
.' So far as we can a perusal of I used nu patrol, no
; produce, would invite those who wish to buy, or and others deteired by example. The executive ami if l that welt
:r the Government the disposing of Texas The counties, which two months' since were would a I be cut off,
paper tosp.ll them call determined warlare they
rue tu
t.t to give a as they has confidence in the bravery, and pa- addif*>I12IJtCU'rity
.\" to the United Slates, is very l far from the in- i cell on as good terms, and give as high a cash price on the frontier, are abandoned, and the .tomahawk every of the but he has not the case, they wo old afford no 101
.J wishes of the authorities for produce as can be obtained in the city. triotism of the peope Territory, Indians do not require
: ent existing
ons the
: or and scnlping-knife arc raised in our own to army, as
If '; They have just received arid for sale, witnessed with pain and regret, the sloth and enen1Y.for'same
:_ of: :>;e Mexican Republic. 20 barrels Irish Potatoes, district.-To enlist troops here, is almost impossible which has attended every pursuit of the ene- to enabe: them to advance upon aD and reIi2
? I delay
think, if Uncle Sam would rejected,
We bhrewdly 5 Tierces Rice, I reason, patrols were
the immediate safety of every future it will be" the imperative duty of
as In keeping
now .
I.; : buy ii, AiJxico would do well to close the con- 20 Boxei Soap, my. for safety was entirel. placed! upon
20 Lard himself.-Our only every officer within whose command an alarm may OD'
; $ tract tl1\"l\h--for\ even if the Texians Kegs mans family depends on always ready fu-action. bcouncc
10 do. Butter. of the take to collect his men, without delay, and army there "'
should not Yet soon establish an indefeasible hope is in the good feelings --neigh place it preparation
; j / Orleans Sugar, Whiskey, Brandy, Cheese, In few this system of cor ala lbtd .
of days
right to it. it will provo ever a most rebellious G. H. It T. E. LINDENBERGER. bouring slates.-Wo trust that the call will march to the scene. danger. chain of sentinels iroind the camp, M"
Ii ; :: the that be.v Feb. 271835. 29tf arms will be placed in the hands of every man, wiw JI sup
I 1 and costly sUipoi.'ng 10 powers not be in vatn.-Without immediate aid, the the camp guard, wh>)> were pbced
do his
will expected to duty.
N. 0. Bulletin. and man
[ Storage. must be abandoned, and Georgia, her- every porting dista'nce.'fhe DO *
J W country and e
-- The subscriber has The spirit of insubordination mutiny, so common been, utachroents > flt3
Jw W I frontier state. plan ;; s I lo htve;
self will become again, a and appe Clairbutt
At length we have received tho official account and lately commodious finished a large Cot- among the militia of every country, must: mild I so fatal to Haroor and &u
c of the storming of the Alan o, addressed ton Shed which with his well known Warehouse, The Secretary at war, seems.to have forgotten shall be suppressed. of The executive prefers in the I preserve the armj in unbroken Blrtog tl1.. T

from the Head Quarer* or the Me.xican Army will enable him to hoase from the weather from 800 us.- our district is threatened with an and gentler measures government, even Butlers history: jf Kentucky, page
I;1, to the Minister ot' 'V8 It sets cut i in a to 1000 bales. Those who may store their Cotton -Though Camp, but the usefulness as well as the high charAacter in 1794, which setded.
invasion the whole Indian nation, not a communication battle or, the Mau tiC !,
with him attention will be by his subordination delCfl
the which are assured that every bestowed of the soldier, depends on thus
strain concerning successes is
glowing towards its safe keeping. (from this department, has been received controversy with he e Indians,
of orders.A
attended the career of Santa An,*' and fidelity, in the execution
havo lately a St.Markt Jan. 13 24tf E. W. DORSEY, the most auih '
-.PI by our executive in reply to urgent for the by the same r. :
and his army, and then proceeds to Hate, the Storage 4 Comm. Merchant. without permar.ent force is now organizing formed upon the Proc
aid.- We men or rnoney.Nt he
solicitaiions for ore ? i
attacked force I defence of the frontier, but in calling: men from The army was enem11D
: fort hud been by a consisting I NOTICE.. in the :
effort seemsto be made Congress, to >.> receive
:; of 1400 men, divided into four columns and a I I ,.,HE undersigned, administrator of Alexander R. ) offered either their horoes at this_season of theyear, great: sacrifices previously adopter, OD the men I ,
No bounties are ht resting
; reserve, at five o'clock in tho morning-that I II ___ jtfurray./ deceased, has appointed according to ohtain sbldi'ers.\ Government must, necessarily be made, and those sacri- in two_ lines, i iii rif{ General Snow fS'

i the resistance of the Tegians was of trie most law, James D, Westcou,jr. ESQ. of Tallahassee, his I in land or money.-If the General fleet will fall most oppressively on the poor. Many left extending into .h< woods. bripde d.tucky .
who will receive all demands and accounts abandons us we must throw ourselves on the' ge .1.i to ToD I I 1
Attorney, ordered die
and continued for more I of country, a re dependent to're1
determined character, I of the best soldiers our 1DJrcl>cd 011
and service of .
against said estate, acknowledge any of the south, or make j>eace with the Indiaus Wi,J IPI1 kid
: than hour and half when the garrison issued said during labO sotpOf.t.r. their families. V all pt
an a process necessary to be against estate on their r for.a : .
.- wire, as far as can be learned from the doc my abecnct in South! garolina,35tfB. BRIDE, as wen 111'we can '. .
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the and with that brigade to disappointed IE their .
of army expectation '

it i it.O uti'll the MV tx 'rme right of the enemy, and attack I Indians Peas Clte General) EUSTls'rommand of'meeting tbe exptlC8eS arrind, which} brough:, the news oiihf- we .are credibly informed .' 'a --. ,.- .. I s..
ArmY'8 that
( whilst General BARBER, who, with his reached Volusii, on their return on the 25th ult., vice being about to retu 'D._ rb lime of Fr- not been taken SUT1 Arnu baa NOTICE-Durn my absence a fewej i in ',
and of prisoner
relr; started from thence the Militia had much less
Ida *? formed the rear guard of the army on Saturday, (with the expired; and we &r in shot, as stated sentenced and 'VUam Billiard h my agent.
hourly by a eo
that j jlata. W1 b' had follow the second line of infantry in exception steamboats of ihe sick, who were to be transported expectation- ot seeing frun:) 6 to 700 hhe i formant stated that there mlArary had been journal. Our in- _40_____________W.___ _W__;' 'WADDEL.TTJDUCATlON.Thc f1
1 1j directed | ta Picolata, and then ,n for pproaching our city, prior to thoir going hone. I a fight, or, 7 I.
** circumstances might require ; St. Augustine which wagons) You cannot imagine the properly speaking, a skirmish between ahoollcretofre conclucu U f.
beetnployed as place it wa, expected that seosatio i caused hereby body of the Mexican _Jby the Rev. R. B. ilic
light troops! and guards in front of the they would reach yesterday, then take in the news received.-Already hrve our cilisu's which terminated in and another of the Texans, subscriber, and will go into operation le cintinucc u Monday by neju i

,.a the now driven j in by the enema tt) ar..11D. transports for this city. passage I experienced losses and privations ; but, what ire f former with the complete route of the the .16in in U Several years of his !1C have been d. ;
: being The steam brat Florida they to expect in a few weeks ? No loss on both sides, but principally on voted by him to the instruction of in
from yoi.th
of the Picolata viii
the t lines I the
until infantry arrived person of
11&4I their progress at Savannah on Monday be able to cross the Sebastian Iso part the Mexicans ; and that SANTA ANNA Be flatters himself that from his experience, he slit .
t just Bridge-all intr- :
as the Wm. Sea. I from
Captain CAMPBELL who being in the be enabled to I
1irmed. give min
: PTtPrly brook got under from course will be cut off from the engagement at the time general SLsf.ctior' to such us

rt__n.I".1 tile advance of the dragoons, wasf'lDlDill' ridal'lrfnn; .... hn ni-.l way tU..... if i that..___place.. The.. Flo-. .nail indeed hp muu>r iKltr .\fl* HT c.umrv, >.>_.w .s__,_.and_u ..ve_ Wail, and is, in the city ef Mexico.HYMEMEAL. b disposed to patrouize lcrlll i.r....!.'. '
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-- '- j "'10 "w ian JUICTIKIU = literature i ::i
uiuea vtu in Mr. Ker's
-"ftuaia taught ch
JUr. m last betau ''u
In execution of this order Captain. my see has
fDandtd (to charge. RoBurscw.and Augusta Hussars," Cap you come to pass. What his by the subscriber, and his terms the -amc lhat hovu ,
tell t :.' t, officer was killed, and his troops driven' tain BONES. Thc campaign in Florida had been our Army been about ? So many mec and not<< ..Varritd on the Stt instant by the Rer. Mr. Christian been charged by lispredccessor. J; NiBROOK.. ,'J

ittl ; that gaUant infantry, which being at length formed, closed. Thc Georgia troops would embark for ing done.I V Mr. Charles Bannerman to Miss EUinaCarden! Reference, R. J. JiACKLEY. 4U1RGIN1A
the home from enclose Bulletin all of this _
D Pico'ata.'I'he you a of county.
1Dt- yesterday wlI
np ordered w advance and charge with trail- South be better able to of'aitairs you ,- V STAT1LOT lEH;
Carolina judge YOL -lr.\wj.lJY
Ter.int.. j ne Volunteers by that tj
comprising the SaBiS B BBB 17th. :
and 'e the Indians from their coverts Regimen! of Colonels will see that something has been JOOO, 5VO. "
ro i absence
I done Colonel
Goonwin by my from
tdITflS, and BRISBANE, \WHITE DURING the Territory, Mr. 3Oof3u030of 100 ) & t $!
ofci: :. point of the bayonet, and when up, deliver. were to have taken up the line of march for St. our Representative in Congress, to en is fully authorized to act as my sale to close on Monday 100 the .. !
i lithe I deavour to emeliorate aurrney. 4O3 lflins. '
fire their Augustine fnnn the condition WILLIAM ------
and well directed on backs fol- yolusia, about the latter end of the suffer I MANER. -- --
'dose of
rill !! last week, under the ing inhabitants, and to relieva them from the un- 2 tAsK: M. I). Wine 15 WE authorized to announce WILLIS AL '.
I IiIOr. brisk charge, so as not to give them command of Colonel GOOD- I : firkings butter,
1ed by a WIN. '1'hey were left at that feeling ordeal they had to undergo, in order to Just Kccived and for sale by in a 1 candidate to rcprisent Leon C'*, ,
their Jines- place by the the Council.
I load again> or lo orm two draw r.llions-God next Legislative 40 ::
knows T. P
lime to Augusta companies, which have no restrictions should! R. BETTON. -
c arrived at Savan- -_ .
of! the = -- --
the impetuosity charge, that1betnc111n nah. be put the Ufaa A f AO u i J
upon good iUA.
Such was The latter part of the season dry intentions of Congress in I -W ill be oiu u> the R. B. \VALLK1LTAYLOlttttfTnUh: .
and ,,
driven from all their coverts and the respect to the nighejt bidder on Saturday the 21 I B
assistance stmst. the
to were troops generally were in good health. Gener. it so cheerfully afforded described following I- see) havJ-6 caled liunsclfponranently in MOHtieelU r'
hour thanicomileS als, SCOTT IUJSTIS the sufferers. Our market has been of negroes, (viz :) 5 men, 2 women, 4 .cspectlul icbilcrs .
of an were more and BULL had arrived 3tbad late girls, 4 boys and 2 l.is ss&.nai crvfct-
I II be course at Pi- children: nil "rlt I
tallDd I that I have over 10 "
of ;
not had years arc the inhabitants
;' through the thick woods, having been cola la, and the two latter were to proceed imme- ''ary. "Tis a pound of beef since Janu except the 2 children, and very likely: ta Jcflcrson cauiity, mul its vicii,:- ;' -I
I te'Ih diately to St. __ ., true, there_ _has been some exoosed for 40 ty. 3G "
It _
R. .
than half their number. Same aubeittn was understood that L J. HAPKrKV. '-- .. Ihv #. 1)
\ sale, mat --------- ---------------
Ly K3aiorMfft was not fit for ------- .
' \ the regular dogs to I feed A
troops, 4 STORAGE
amounting to about 800 men ; few head of upon. 01ULtJS'l'ttATUll'N01'ICKAIi STORAGE! STORAGEP.! '
237t cattle persons ; (1
would occupy the principal posts in the territory been killed to -or very likely old cows-hav. liLhmving claims against the estate of Elijah: \V. TN addition to uisold warci-housc the 0 >
until the sickly supply the pressing wants of tlv Sweat deceased, are .
season should be past. It also required to presont them duly ;*
the was inhabitants authenticated subscriber
at Term has
Jury mpall11cllcd Jpril but beef it could recently-erected ) :
within a spacious'build
. Tilt Gran understood among the officers, that the hardly be called I the prescribed by law, or they will I
command- 80
23 feet
by for
Court for Leon County, inclosing mi; General would ... ..... ._... Our butchers before the War. and hPfirp iIi& be forevIT barred. JOHN ng reccnju? colonnll u-oods. I
0flllSitptrior ." .. .. JO" rer.omm"nll- -----....-..- -th"..".. .*_>;..<.:..r..o U.I", L'YU were prevented from I May 14th 1836. TAT LJM. Tl\ i'iI Y ) a, \ .; .
li.drltsbourl; retpccyuuy mane lIleOllOtcl1lg gen strong regiments of mounted men in time, to aid going into the country, sur> 406w St. Mlrlcs, Decemher27.Jt1831. llARTY. '
plied us with good and tender beef ROAD __ ___ ;
:- in prosecuting the war next winter. The Indians ; at a very rer- RAIL NU1'1CB.-1'he Stockholders in _ -_ -
end prtsentments having sonable price ; but now, the supplies of. lallahasste: Rail Road, are notified Guaidiajce. t-
dispersed before are cut I hereby
Grand Jury again bring before the noticed the army, it was iropossjib.e Our that : j ; :
market a of 12
111 The gives venison is 1
: to them us almost daily I. payment per cent, required to be made months
bring to battle. -port, afr date I
and Pe"ple> tie wretched state of the They would attack generally twice forthwith, on each Share SIX sit exh lit to the Judg'j j r
the Court | only small parties when they had a decide advantage a week and poultry in BraaJJgiwn-: i...' .. h.l',1 of Stock, in lieu of 17 per the county court {ihrc-jtnity of Gadsdci' "T,.
"ttI roads of t the County-and the Grand Jury and ties, daily ; but nothing of this sort is now io be ar.u Directors ot SUh,1 flu' nrl"r.of the:Prejdcut u.icand vi>n'U.'isjjiiarir" .. "IC ''*"I<-T* neiuJnnatli.T" : :
retreat when there .
public was & prospect of seen. Fish have had abundance Ch1pany. J'alln.I. ...., 0... .c 1 .tis har
we in tnd iIv 'r
I le the Commissioners, and overseers: of roads any thing like I lately May, 1836. CHARLES AUSTIN 'I'u.lns apj ; jc. I t
an equal fight and nature of March
present ; zlle. but the Drum are now going out andour market 404w 26 33-finn jK: b '::1': McCALL- '
Qd gtnerally, for neglecting repeatedly to perform the country is such as to render I pursuit fruitless. will fall short in this Secretary T. R- It. C. & .. .
About 300 JjjeOl.IIndians/ hM been from respect very shtftly ; this is TH10 Joseph: Ai. White, Louis M'Lcati, Charles A. 1ARll1AGES.-.A lianils<''iic I 1k ruucli, for one ir .
silo their dUlY Tjrtipa Bay lo their futive homes West sent our staple article in the market. 0.' late we have ... Davis, John Carnochan, Peter Mitchell, Thomas ,-.-- two horses, with double\ hI'IC5S; : ako, a nctuScS i f

The (ranJ: Jury also present the streets of the Mississippi. The excessive and of the had some chance procuring poultry from the Balircll' Hiram Nourse, Benjamin W. Rozers, Collin -yi with' leathrr tip, and haiiieS. : suitable: for one i t.
he City nf Tallahassee, as a serious public endured by the of Florida privations Mandarin and the St. John's, bi* how soon will M tchell, and Benjamin A. Putnam trustees, directors horse-for sale .at NcW YOlk pui'i applxto 'I ;.
g-allant army we larn this communication be cut ofT nd then shall agents and propuctora, of the districtof 36hv MAKTiSkllART.Vlio I
I : we known ;
with filth and ) "
here fIJ\'crcd'as they are, grievance// were submitted to vith a spirit worthy the highest be in as Forbes' aud \ are receiving sclir. : '
. a very wretched condit! l. Indeed, I know purchase, all others interested- greet- per \'arH\A.'UI iuditon-
jnosi: every description, which no admiration, and \ve cannot forego the gratification n not-- \vt... .._. t v it'... .%.. wicu,,1, II IItn*iw in : al supply 0 spriuigitts.! .. II'

(ou C3use(If much of the sickness of ,lie place. oj's tatiiig: that the troops from this city, under I said in my last we liaJ no fortifications, I Please to take notice, that on the I3lli day of June : J

, the Court and I Captains HENRY, Doucm and ASHBCV, were ali round 1836, application will be made to the judge of the (. ::1 ...r
congratulates meant It is
to Grand Jury our have Fort
city. true -
The full!tr I..<> lir>t.f i.in.. flio.. .flol.l. ..... Ir o....!..._ --
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all Marion ,
\ the fact that there has been no o'r -.y 'ULIJU3 InUClJof but what is the use of a Fort without a for writ of
case of a Caoita! oflence, brough before' : them at gallant militia ol Louisiana, Georgia, Alabama and of water in it ? This fort has been allowedto icnnining the value of the lane laying one hundrcc' : .' ;; l
go to ruin for want of a few thousand dollarsto feet on each side fr.m the center of the Tallahassee .( I
to their present:: session, and the cases of assault: and Carolina, were at all wanting their duly Rail 1
it. Road
repair so far as said road
soldiers passes through the district c I
as and
'DIia battery, although numerous, are generally of avery commended. men. Their conduct is very highly There is a report In circulation, I believe, bro't of land, known as Forbes' purchase, which said ;

trivial charlclcr-thi., shows n decided improvement It is from Picolil, that General EusTIs had} taken 500 number feet on each side of the center of said road p lBERT J. IIAUKLET )

I. ) in our society, which is so desirable to tion in reported the that Colonel M'IWTOSH'S planta- head of cattle, and 75 horses, and killed 6 or 8 In the Tallahassee Rail Road Company, hereby make auctioneer fy GominhsiotiJ\lcrchan; \ 1 : I.
I vicinity of Fort Dranc, had been destroyed dians.: I dor't know as to its known their intention of: appropriating for the use i I;

n- ill who have the welfare (ii'our beloved adopted I _:_ by the Indians.. .during. the absence of the correctness. of said road, and that the president and directors f SALK DAYS, Mondays & Saturdays. f

lp Country heart. army L at Tampa Bay: -the buildings burnt, horses, said; Con Jany. will forthwith nrocetd- tn hnvl .}d Tallaliasscp.. October 2 1. IH'ij lltf .. lig
FROM THE MOBILE writ teJ: -- -
to I &c. carried off. CHRONICLE. cxcc By order of the President li.
The Grand Jury present to his honour, the ;
We learn with much Highly important from 1'ezas.-\Ve have been rcctors 01 the Tallahassee Rail Road Com""./- 1000 Dollars Re'cTarl.'I .

'ie Judge, assurances: of their satisfaction of his re- I. were yesterday chartered pleasure that: six vessels politely fjvnu-ed with the followingextract( writ- Tallahassee, May 9th, 1836.J C. >.:.'IN, \ \ r'fIIJmthesUbsribe.t Mobile, ou IJ

ife ippoinfment to the oflice that lie has so long filled ceed I lorthwith to St. by government, to pro. ten to a gentleman of this city from Natchitochss, 404w Secretary.' the 2d Fcb.ayel I ow manb) tho name of III"t

to the entire satisfaction of a large portion of his the South Carolina Augustus: to bring h"me which g.>es still further corroborate, the account ? st1tIj'u: tH'o...-Ju.t received 'by BEN, about 29 years oltlj; a btacsmi h by trade. Ik- t. .Ii
troops, who have beer discharged received by the Levant which the Mohawk.c.im alumre, an extensive and is rather spare made, thin via cof i yellow eopnccolor ,
\ve publish to day.
,fclluie:: citizens. from service in Florida. This promptness is I The substance of which i is that has choice. aSSOrLnO.goods consisting in part of ihefollowing stoops fMWU't when walkir g, is .u sti.iiL.r I
The Grand also! their thanks creditable to those intrusted with an express ...ClcS, : \
Jury present to the execution of arrived here via Nalchitoches. from 'Texas and orkmna, ''>t > svirpiSK-nI by ai y other as a c.u.- / j
Court for his uniform and that duty.We I GROCERIES is fond Ilf .inililinjr/ant'' i-ennrkably for.: I '.
Lit courtesy politeness.The have been favoured with the is confirmed by General GAINES, that General J qiouiilers, middlings, and hams, bacon, BaIt. cured, of trading, and is nl't utf.v, f.:11 Kn t.es Hi-I '
Grand Jury also present to Mr. WESTCOTT of letters : following extracts HOUSTON of Texa?, has conquered SANTA -Aw '' Dried beet, Baltimore flour, and mackeiul!, wil doubIcs-5 atu-mpt tu pas: as a lo free high.as 1... J 11 j
District : and his SANTA ANNA' himself and .i1* w"- Beef; pork, laid, herrings, and codfish I P:1 I
the United Stales Attorney their thanks v army. paprrs (I.liii I him ID that I efl'ect. and wiiiprobably t
., f\w YTro .A it**!! 0"1.. .
V, IA, .c. liers all The S'fA ANNA Made-ia, port and other ilesCh1mpaigne ,
JIIII prisoners. forces of \ jm by tnc of GKO tOE 'WALKK: !l
for his politeness! and attention to them, at their On ThurHay 1'41 l.tlC :
morning inst. df HousToN and
I. we had a were estimated at 1100 and th ":* cogniac other brandies, or JOHN \lcDOX ALD. Reuben is very intelli-ei:
present session and are J opinion, t that the territory battle with tile Indians: which lasted about thirty at 600. The express further; ..ales thal; Hous: Preserved ginger, tamarinds. and citron, and when spcken to never st.iiuls: s'llL He went oh: '. i.

' has a great acquisition in his legal knowledge. minutes with a loss on our side of two valuable TON'S army destroyed half.';the' Mexicans, and Dates, prunes, f. and almonds, with a min by the name fDl\d.! "I :Dowclt, an Irisl.mnn .- JJ

e; JOHN S. TAYLOK Foreman. men. Five men were sent out to dig a grave fora the loss: on his side J lulled and 20 wounded. Pickled oysie s, cagores, and ai c'lovies, is very tail, with KngeIiiske sand d rk fuir- 1

Mr. BLOCKER, who died from a wound received The: saddle of .c.NTA wa ANNA was taken and Loguteer with extensive assortment of all other siippocd to be about() years of tip;;. I will ,i\'c tl..,- : f
c.t in the neck, in the'battle the kinds of above reward for the detect-on of the said JlcDoni-! f' ,
on other side of the in and :, of a costly order, being elima. groceries.DRYGOODS. ,
I .
and of his
river the proof Livingaid in his rJussessi'.r, J'
on 24th Maich. Just the 6 dollar and the ICr
as tiween or express -
4al" Grand Jury of Gadsden County at i niented party com- ted as worth Blue black, green and invisible, broadcloths, or $5OO dullais for the I ppreieisio! : i and ronfincmeai t
1.: May work, they were fired on by the Indians that Brought in the ucw, rode on the horse Ii New style of superior Paris panted muslins, I of said negro in any Jail in the Uni ed States sa tij..l t>

Term I S36,present to this Court :- who lay in the hammock. nroun--
That the condition: of the main stage road, by Sergeant HOLEDAT, and private Goucrrwer'e; killed Alt this, indeed, is cheering necalculated to I 7.8 chintz! prints and calico, handsome patterns, JOHN MARTIN & C J. Macon, Gco- !

"huh: the Lulled States' mail runs other ; the otheis escaped urihurt.'except W....TSOW, arouse all the better feelings, which are implanted ., Superior London Marseilles vesting, March 14 33 uV t

every, who received a ball through tho tingh. At thedLui. in the hearts of those who can rejoice at the triumph Summer cloth for coats, variety of colours, The Inttlligcncer Tuscaloosa, Jcurnal Ifltif t
wetnuint'1.' Montgomrry .I
ty, \ and 'l' lllah3S! cv, u iu> .u--- .. ...... ... .. '
1 > a t ? -- .nced Irom every side, of freemen over their civil and I eghorn Tuscan, Manello, 3f Palermo bonnets (new Argus Columbus Miss. Bulletin N. Orleans, Coq- f
savage oprpressore. (
ft!to those whose it is to keep i it in order or at our men and sentinels who
. were outside of tliepIcketswInch The intelligence 1 t'-J .i vester. I style,) w'r N atchtz,)\ sippi\J ICkSC11 iss., E cnil" J .j,
" rwair.; The bridges want repair.The road isfuhofguhlies.Trees was promptly returiied from the day morning, and which is a'.so! published! ; tfiu ... Giass cioih! and a variety of pantaloon stuffs, POSL Ciiicinnti.Vioio. awl n"lnlI'l': 1""I\'Inr..J 11 ;.:' \ ;.
}G Fort by our men, with musketry aided I the Vv'r2nd! PIa'n muslins, diaper Irish linen PcIisacGa! Fbi it!I'iai 'a n C '
the brought by t'
and by confirmed news Iud
Gr have f fallen across it, Major seen to be by l uncy g .j-I j nip ... ...-. u _.. ChuJistofl Ob3 I've FiYCl"II ,FmtI '
? obstructions, Si) as to render it dangerous to GATES our commanding officer, and Lieut. PETTISof Levant, with the difference only that the numbers Bcnluy, osaaburg ero'de lUlU cov1meu l1nibrd RalIh North) Caroli", and Intelligeli- i I
, L the United States Army, who used a howitzer, of the enemy VilUi! and taken by General Hous- Hosiery, ladies gloves, belts and belling, cer Pcrsour11i: ins'rL the OIJO'C SIX urne .ul ,1' ,
::1- rave1by! night, and di.lioull by day. The Grand with! much effect, discharging shells among the -??, vary in amount. Ladies fashionable belt clasps, forward their accounts John Mar .in &, Co. Macon, b (,

:Jury recommend that this presentment be published Indians. Major GATES, Lieut. Ptms, (;apt in HEAD QUARTERS, ARMY, April 2t 1836. ,I Ribbons, silk handkerchiefs and cambrics, Ga., for payi.icnt. _ '. : '

:, in Tallahassee PaPas| as notice to the ALLEN and QUATTLBCM, and their officers, and To the People towards Nacogdoches : Gum elastic aprons, etc. etc. etc. etc. J. HUNTER-Ht vinj permanentty: \ !
Mr. A. H. COLE the Sutler from Fortress Monroe We SANTA ANNA the 21st. attacked READY-MADE CLOTHING, DOCTOR "
overseers and citizens interested ; that if they do met on ; we and made to order in the most on the Thoinisville road, eigl.t
speedily put them in order! and repair they Virginia, all deserve great praise, for their him! with 600 men, he had 1100 "infantry, two In fashionable all their variety, miles from north of Tallahassee! respectfully ollcr.: '
1 courage and promptness on this (occasion. Onlyone howitezers-we entirely routed his whole liirce, rifles his professional services to the ciu; ens of Leon coujtv. ft,
nay expect to be arrcigncd by the next Grand HARDWARE, cutlery, patent pocket percussion April 9ili. 1J3.I. 3.54ri' : .
; man in the Fort was hit, and that with a spent killed half of his men, and took the rest prisoners and pistol Collins axes, hatchets, CLC.I .

r Jury in a more efficacious manner. The Grand Ju- ball, about the close of the fight. During the act SANTA ANNA himself; and all his principal officers I I guns ..ER JOHN H. 13EALE. f .

1 r/prescnt as :a nuisance, the sand .vhich has :ac- lion, the balls were flying every direction againsthe are our prisoners. The history of war does not Stuff flaps, Kentucky and English saddlcf, Attorney at Law, Njiiticcllo, Florida. I 4 tWILL

tuoiulated on the Leon County tide of the Ock- tents and pickets." furnish a paiallel! to the battle. We had 6 killed Heads and reins, mariingills, and saddle bags, ;; practice in the Court ( appeals; and the :i,

I Mtnee bridge CAMP VOLCSIA, (E. F.) April Q7.'g and 20 wounded. I have not time or I would i Four horse wagons harness, complete, Courts cf ihe niddle Distr.ct t I J ,
1e -so much has washed down q.
,upon At 9 o'clock on Thursday, the 14th inst., we send on a full report. I will do that in the courseof Cart harness, all made to order and by the best of Florida' Nov .8. IS:'? i IBtf .;1

, Abridge, that unless soon removed, the bridge were attacked by a party of Indians, consistingof to morrow. I again call on fellow citizensto workmen. -
, my hats cofon Regular Packets between if. Jh rks ij* A. Orleans. : .
tiU SHOES whips canes,
sink under its BOO 1'S Si ,
and if caused caps
to ,
not I
weight n.lmber.'J'he
about one hundred and fifty in come to the field ; let us fall on and) conquer the I

J Hit! will soon occasion rot and decay. The auSonties attack was first made upon a party of five men, remaining troops, and our country i is free, turnout I PERFUMERY and silk umbiellas, and, brushes a variety and of combs.fancy articles, tin The sclir.. L.tdy Washington p, j {

Jj : of Leon County are in fault in this, and detached to dig a grave, who were fired upoa at once, there are no excuse now ; let us: do the ,: ware, crockery and stone ware. For sale low, on M.. Swaim, ant sdnr. Washington.Wm. I 't

:it Grand Jury trust, hat they indulge some within 300 yards of the pickets, and two of their work at once. the usual terms, by the scaon.Letdj.>, aj fly' regular. lhl\, ,'.\,
may .
!, I I j I number, lam sorry to say, fell victims to the scalp THOS. J. RUSH, Sec'try. vir.I 40 G. H. & T. E. LINDENBERGER. :
; now, ;as the Indian va has been taken charge St.,Marks and '. .
S ing knife of the ruthless savages; we were ut the I certify the above to be a correct copy of the I Agents.
. of by the United Stales, and their authorities have same moment surrounded, aud fired upon from express just received from the Secretajy! of War, PEDIGREE OF TIlE MLL BLOODED HORSE ( N. W. STILLV'ELL Orleans. r ";.

some more opportunity to bestow attention on our every direction by the enemy. Our men appeared who was himself in the battle. AMERI CAN. Nov. 1st 185.! 13tf: I

local home affairs, they will, no longer, for their I punctually at their posts, and returned the salute A. HOUSTON. that the ANA A* from the Arm' of Hie U. blaterA 1
1 I .
. )w credit's sake, neglect a bounden duty of so I with a volley of musket balls. I am soiry that I 'fo J. R. DUNN. hereby mare certify P llafox, man by the nameof Thomas. ins, belonjlo
FMI: am deprived of the pleasure of giving you here a I San Augustine, April 26. grey the Betty of iug the 2nd Battalion Aloimle l Volunteers, con
imports Judge .
, : nee. They trust the officers oi our. detailed! account of the whole affair, but for want i The following( is the information which came to now Jonathan property Robinson, I sent, mundcd by M' j. Douglass. Vat tins is about : "fct ..
OCouniy i will take care not to fall into the 6 or 8 inches high, has on his chci It a iing-\voimtu.
preTathngfshion forced be laconic the boat is. 0
of time, am to as hand early yesterduy morning Ames'
? D.
Dr.S. F. Jones, to Mr John .
J bones
the dark
and inclined !
at request higlichetk : -other
of neglect of duly and office. about starting off in a few minuter ; however, I A gentleman of this city who arrived this morning old horse Sir Archie, in the spring of 1829, by my humped shouldered, and eyes is no'iououidrunkard. I!

. BANKS MEACHAM, Foreman, must say, before concluding, that while the savageswere : from Attakapas in the S. B. Velocipede: states, overseer, Mr. John Hagood, a man. of respectability, has taken with him a hrs a bcUu ing to Lieuienai. w

. -- charging boldly: in open field, upon our Fort, that on the evening previous to his departure two with whom I have been acquainted from his early Craven of the Jefferson liussars: the horse is a brie I *

., FROM THE ST. AfGUSTIXE HERALD. Captain QOATTLEBUM, who was very sick, tnoun- J>crsons arrived at St. Martinsviile, direct from youth, who told me that he saw the horse Sir Archie bay, rather under the size of ore mary horses, cios /

Our new Gcvernor -In our last paper we pub- ted the pickels, and fired at one fellow, (at a distance l'exas.-That these persons who appeared to be I. cover the mare. She remained afterwards with me compacted, mane and tail, mouse cclound uosch.. .

hhe an article that we found, in the Savannah of about 130 yards) who was seen by many men of respectability, related as a positive fact and had a grey colt,the 19th March, 1830 ; the follow. hind hcofs inclining forward, no other marks rico .

Ktfmican., which, from its tenor we it to fall into the bushes ; at the same time, Mr. J. that an engagement had taken place between the ingNo\ember. I brought this mare and colt from Virginia lected of either man Iiorse. a
suppose[ in Florida who them
Dr. S. F. Jones sojd to A reasor.able reward will be the
to ven (or -
originated in who bold volunteer on the oc Tcxian forces under General HOUSTON, and the g appn
the Floridian. It refers to the np- It. DJCKSOW' was a : I I the of Betty
Jonathan Robinson. proved pedigree hension and detention of cither horse.
an or .By 01 '
fewtment of General Call, as Governor nf this casion, fired at another bj the side of a tree, and Mexican army, in which. the latter were totally Pallafox (rem Dr. Patrick H. Foster, of whom Dr. S. der of J. M. DOUGLASS,I 2tf. B. M. V. -

wrilory, and speaks of it in proper and respect- planked the ball into the tree. Dicxsow' although routed having last 700 men in killed and wounded,I F. Jonea purchased her, which bears date 9lh April, Tarver's, E. Florida March-2s Uaj. .. 373

"I and liberal terms, all of which we are right engaged in other business, and not expected to and 500 prisoners, among whom was General Cos.The 1829, and which is, no doubt, correct. I have heard ICPThe Recorder and Ptdcnl' Union, Milled-;* ,

Pad h.to bee. shoulder arms has been on every occasion ex loss of the Texians i is laid to be inconsiderable. Dr. R. H. Foster say, since he sold this mare, that she yule, Geo the Intelligencer, at r 'ugcalo s<, Ala., t.:, t '
1:. moreover, the article speaks also of the deiu ceedingly prompt. was of good blood, and regretted that he had parted Mercantile.Adveitiser, nt Mobile Ala., the Floridia '

cy which our new Go'ernnrVIII be placed, j The S. C. Troops are now at this post on The circumstances as related by these gentle.. with her. R. D. HICK:. and J Intelligencer, Mallahasscc, F o., will plcise giv. ;

, !lithe' administration) Of js,: office, in reference to their way homeward, they will leave here in a dayor men, were that the Mexican army had from some Betty Pallafox was foaled in June 1818, and was the above three insertions and fl. uai'd their bills tl I r.
1oca1) bodies divided out of Maftie, who was got by the imported payment the General Govcrm }cnt. .
, Party pulitlc' 1 two for St. Augustine. They have had sever- cause or other been separated into two < Betty ,
who :
Fitz Herod was
In this but effective the war is the River Brazos that the sudden riseor horse Maftie, who was got by AlD.-Uanawpy from the pIl .
Territory, there has been, in years past al little fights none very ; by of the best sons of old King Heroil, who is gen ) IL- ;
one '
of the subscribe aboi
oe very extravagant: dissen lion* in our local I not by any means at an end, and there will be a- that river prevented the two bodies fromefitctrg erally thought by the bent Judges, to have done as of Lion, named PLA3CI)-about C negro a man feet 6 < tSoTyeais '
lohtic age
", and rr.uch wrong has: been done on both I nother winter's campaign. a junction-that HOUSTON marched agsii ist much for the ruuuing slock of England, as any horse 7 inches high, very slender, built, dark complcxio ,.
ides .
but wc VOLUSIA (E. F.) April 25. the laigtr body amounting to 1300 or 1400 m :.n, in that Pallafox was got
arc glad of the opportunity to say ever raised cuntr. Betty and quick spoken when addressed : the ibove r I :
j'hat tio i out the momentum has been high1Yfvourabhe We have been without any new for 16 days, that the latter reticated, and in their retreat iet by Pallafox. He, Francis Epps' fine brood will be paid for the apprehension of said negro on'n lx SI Si.
to our system of government, and with the exception of a daring attack from about fire to the town of Harrisbur h. HOUSTON' succeeded mare, Mary Grey, the mother of Wilks Wonder and ing lodged in the jail at Tallaha ice, or on the plants

.'"ho"t yielding principles, or the rights of ConIirnce 150 Indians on the 14th :nst., at 9 o' lock our' in overtaken them about seven miles from I Packolet. She, by Tippoosaid ; he, by Lindsey's A. lion of the subscriber. '. OHN TU RM ER.

; or lllt right of expressing i our opinion, Camp was alarmed by the report of three rifles, that town, and made a sudden and vigorous attack: rabian. Her dam by Brimmer dam Silver her grand dam out of by a April 23, 1836. 37ST. : ..
heUever whole and after severe fighting, theM*x. Valiant, her great grand by Eye, : HOTEL.-TU j subscriber i ,
we may deem it consistent with the I which was instantly followed by the body, on them, some Pallafex was by the JOSEPH i now
I Public god about of ground. totally defeated, with the loss atuve full bred Jolly Roger mare, got ; i al large and commodi i us House, -
; We are still more rejoiced to say that : the Camp euclosed 1 1.2 acres icans were horse Druid. He, by Patqos son of Eclipse pu
I penod has arrived that i is highly favorable to the the plan of attack was such as to try the pluck of mentioned. The gentlemen stated that they were his imported dam the famous (mare maid of Oaks')by Itlni I lie intertamrxent: whic he will rent: or lease. tar "a. '

tCeral intent of who placed themselves at the pickets short distance fro-n Harrisburgh and could -his- by Machero his term of years.A '
the Territory, and to a good our men, a Herod. His grand dam Rarity, great convenient kitchen and cmt --houses for serranf s, ;
IInderslanding amongst men or"all parlies.SJc with the determination to stand the consequences ; tmctly hear the firing and that the result was grand dam called Snapdraggon by Shad. His g g.: already erected and the priicipal bufilding, s .

Ucder circumstances we do not perceive I the first three fires brought Sergeant HOLLEDATand well known before their departure-that HOUSVON grand dam by Regulus, his great g. g. grand dam by are expected, will be ready to recem boarders in sity it., ->
that tu. wounded WATSON'r marched in pursuit of the other body whichit I Bartletts Hi g. g. g. g. grand dam by
new Governor can be placed in any situa- GOCCH to the ground, and had Childer 10 All the furniture,necessary f r-t uch an establishme i ,
1irn| of delicacy in administering the Territorial lie, although mortally wounded, ordered his men I was bupposed could not escape him. ney wood's Arabian out of the dam ot the two has been received from New."Y"irk and Ncw-Orlcar- ". "
GOVerninefit. He will be commended by all parties to fire, but they were so closely pursued they did I The .* Bee," after giving the substance ol :.he Blues. P. 402w and will be sold at cost and cha .jeSj; or rented with U! .. '

if lie pursue a straight forward course, and not..-They came up within 120 yards of our above, adds, April 9th, 1829. hous

1 courae, we are assured by his friends here, pickets, keeping up a constant fire upon us without V* Since' writing the above, we heard it stated I subscriber having purchnsei satisfactory securi'.y,will be 'jquired, that the hot J.
ir *
General HOUSTOH LIVEOAl.The No.24 I will be conducted in a style an: manner, equal to an j .
that 2 in
there desire that be should pursue and. being effect, when we opened upon them which they as If on good authority 24, township range J
; other conditions
oZUDlr.amuielled' we think' a more favourable they did nut mind, and shouted at it ; but when I held a council of war on the fate of his prisoners ; 8. and W., and Lots and 3 in fractional section 18 II other in the Southern Countron no '
and all his officers had been No.23 S. and W., known as Carey's' will it bo rented. '
PWtUtity Coultl howitzer discharged the bombshell it surprized' and that SANTA' ANNA T. 2, in range ,
net .u
occur ly Wenlily himself our side of the in writing, or : me personallymeet "
the west Applications .
situated at .
the} Mataraoras. It hammock, .
: sent to Live-Oak .
ih Inen.U of the Territory, in the promotion them, and they retreated a little, but still fired at shot the privates were the Cboctawhatchee bay, and east end I' with
I had writtena into atcnUon.
General GAINLS entrance
general in stated
welfare. our Fort-the balls were passing around us was also all a- I A large pIanterSiFtoridaGe0T.git0tLAlabama
t every direction. From the cross fire the attack private letter confirmatory of this account ; but of eainst SU Rosa's sound trespasses, he therefore on, warns the! same--person And he.. and Merchants in J c Orleans and .\lobi1f .

hOM THE CHARLESTON lasted about 50 minutes-they retreated, shouting we did not see it. There can, however, be no would hereby committing inform those who may hate occasion to have determined on spending ,1 eir summers here, nll

Iteal Inl& of the South COURIER. at about a mile and a half distance, and made afire doubt that HOUSTON conquered, and that-, the I Lire-Oak,that they will find it their intere- the house wi no doubt, be 6 .Ii d as soon as compkted.
Carolina purchase .
Tro"PTheIrrj I'he of H.UE Rr BkVRIDGE. : k

U prostrated. day retribution Live-Oak .
could not interrupt. Mexican army call more
P2cket JV which we him as superior a '
liam give
' .here &abrook, Captain DUBOIS, has at I length come ; and Texas is free. elassesof t yeuel3 R can be found no where. St. Joseph. April 83, 1836. 374w

tor yesterday from Savannah, and among apply the subscriber at St. Marks, ort of description lor \11
For tetm. S
lg! are several officers of the South ST- AUGUSTINE, 27th April, 1856. t BL every :
carolat h
ilitia. DIAR Si*-We heard nothing of tbe Floridt FROM TilE LOUISIANA Chare -, agnt TaUabe bis office. _
Froz r PENY.
thtm we learn that the troops had been I Army until Sunday night ,ud Monday, when two a gcntienno who arrWtd yeetcrda y: 41 BNR

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: ':' > T.IL E FLORIDIAN : I THE most prenllDeUd fatal of'.n Diaealesnci 1 m DItctb aIs : TAiLOR, I '

-, : : \':;:' PUILIsHID KYZJtY SATURDAY MO&rUI'O AT generally ue 0 traced civilized te the 8OCietl-tho lease Alarmio Con.amplioo-ma; of disorders, I ono of tbf most efficacious com paDdsn the I.TEfU. T4LLAII4SSEE, F d. ij OI
) &, for the cure 0" or (Next of F. TowleJeWtt; il o'tHyoe .
? it
but cold.
l"ourdoUar.in Nol
: a neglected By
: advance-or Five in month
j lit appears -
v. : I of the friends an4: the
hat die t te Dietie produced bv f impur.abte tfully inform
t ODe hundred and fifty annualy repc ,
: : No willbfl.t 8continued onoC, persons and vitiated oi' and usually exhib- HE Cron. the ![orhvitl
if ( paper unleaatt.heop l of the consumption., Mostof these dreadful results t. habit body, public, that he has just returted

r :_r:. the Editor, ictoic arrearael are paid.Adertegpntzwi11beconspiCUOttY. mil be attributed- common cold, Bud a negligent tg themselves in the formsof Scrofula Salt Rem. a new and splendid assorment of GOODS in

: :: inscrted ftL ae. treatment of the harrassing cough that generally ensues I bproSy, St. \nthony's Fire Fever Sores ( his line- Feeling grateful for the lhral s1are C patronage OI1ET: I J.

*' irat inscrUOfl and -which is usually foJloweJ by difficult breathing, pain I bones are atThcted,) \VhitQ Swclng' (if "lliet heretofore extended to him, by :ricaltntiop RACKt
the .
,. I', ,- ::.: .! 't'enty.fiT untt per square for .I1uclion e1 ; Commi.trion
f. iD the side and atlast Ulcerated Lungs. Violent and "w Dr. JeLb's Liniment,) Foul o stinnte'lJeni to merit a continuance ofhe santc. M
I ;.3 fifty centl for each zubsequent contir.uance. AU ad- Aetbmaticattacks also legs and eyes scald head in chidren.scurvy m Q e SALE D !YS.
t. : .. repeated bringon Consumptive tre .'lafe and general assortment cJq5 t Mondays Ii Salor
" "ertiezneflt3 wall be continued until forbid other- festering
r ;. or Iymptoms. ODe or two dollars expeDd d in tb. pur orbuICgCut Pimpled or consisting 'ItM fllu'I.. : TahIali's 'e, Otober24 1835
t 'W lse ordrcd. chase ofDUMFRIES I elplior. a Jd veterial taints, throughout the bodY1 -
1 the often when Blue black, mixed, bottli do, m.-iib]' and IJCO DiRew"L.
,o'A-. The all letters and communicationl to REMEDY FOR THE PILES which 'ast case drops cure mercuy green
1. e"1 f51h.I rhe are also the best Spring and Autumis'hJyciC drake neck do. London and Golden Dro\, F'umb, UcA'1r1Y
.'::F i : thc Elitor be will no t receiv attet) The proprietor begs lean to recommend (which he I yic..rir.e the lubscriber
; .: 't mus t. paid,or they lillY and cleanse the from humour"hich Adalne mulberry, concealed violet, anti Moij'
lop system the 2 f of Fcb.ayI.owErai .
does with the fullest confidence) one of the most ,'alu.1able man ibe .
T. by
r tion these of thc brown for over (.oats b&J -
ere1' cltl at season year. purple. B abcu2l
remedies known for this troublesome and painful I appear Drat out Peeram years old; a lacsmnh ttt
', :. ---.- -. TheJ' also i'd thie'ruccs of digo-tion. and by puriling CA.SSIMERS. is i rather re 0.1 Ie thin bJ tr4
< complainL Without going into detail, lJe deems it p vi.sageofa a.cotor
4t'f! : Rail Road ,N'o lice. nough to say, he has in his possession the most undoubted e., the blood. ?re'cut the secreton of malignant hurour, Corded dingual, buckskin, checked and prin1d. of stot.r I fi rwrd when walking yeti is OV!(

f ; i f4 .. SLockholdeJS or the Tallahassee lUll Road, testiinonials that it has more completely asweredtbe ,- of the lung;. The proprietor confdcutly relics upon the richest colors workman, I' Dt l J I, surpassed by any otherPtriItria a.

; THE hereby inlormed, that 12 per cent on each purpose fur which it ill inieuueu. thlui nay the ,st II mber of urpr ,!! CUICS et by these GOAT'S IL\IR CAM LETS of \a"us: : c'ors.! e srnth, .is I or..l of ambling, I'd 'CII.of .

I, !;.:: share ohLOCk IS required be paid forthwith, in place other popular medicine, I dp'] nl't unly! ill BtOIi and its ) bUt iiirouguot for Cloak rapper. :. f tra dwlid. isaboutfive feu tc.n incbea reniar11 hiJ
r for excellence
the best
h IJ't of the 17 pe.r cent due on the 13th of Jan. h5t, as here. I This remedy is perfectly innocent its "pplicntim, tii '11. prooiofthcir as VESTINGS. will dou.Je: ;IS ott' mpt to pass as a free B.cnrr1rdl1ltrsdfwnh .

r 5 '.' tofofore notified,and all dchnqueents on said stock due to all conditions ages anu selel. Full dirctiuis I an unflilin,;Thi altcaati\'c medicine in alL the cases above Splendid English figured silk, figured ilk Y.vet! : : him t: that ef. .

j 'i ; .:' ':',, the 13 NOTcmber last, are called upon to make immediate description or the complaint, &c. accompany eaji I speifled. the article first has recently been pronounced had wit cloth Velvet, figured and painted hales, probably'J[K I." ly: :!IC name OGEORG
', '.' the ( which cODsisu of by aPhysicianof iespectahihty. whl orJOHlcIO.ALO..
payment. otherwise MtJcl will be aold, aI4 packe two boxes. Ointment arfElectuary. I plain and figured Jarsaihcs[ UJC.de v.uilt-I ReubenlsYtl'lIItcJ1j
,, Ir8eble% to the conditions iu the cha.".. of said comj Price, $1 forlhe whole. or 50 cents ze-ed its r urprising eflicacy, u entitied! I his opin parties, 'V c. BuftCasUmre5, tki- I amI when s Kkn to never stilt 1rCtat.
j .. By orJor of the BOard, bat one of the articles is wauted. 'I ion. to tk. the lead of all the popular artices knowl I II mgs, figured clings, d an, pLain with a man by h. namneofDavidMc'tnaii He 'o
panr. nett, expressly r parties, strilt
for the abo and indeed it checeJ
'C cum plaints, gaining
CHARLES is tall with
Stcrdary. i
I t I sto'ls vcr' large
of 0
ulerino Casemeres erydescription. wbaskenanddark
'. REMEDY FOR RHEUl\lATI this p"int i 1 public estimation. ( ,
t .- ; Tallahassee, March 2 I t8J6. 33f:1p thrughouthe country aid cot supposeJ tc he all'Jut 40 ofage. _
defor.1. Linen and cotton shirts, bOStlf' years l"iU I Iniuve '
Puce $ u bottle tr6 bottles or 3))
:: ; : THE excruciating pain-the decrepitude and : lars, Gum Elastic SUpenders, linen ardu I. kin I I rewi dor the cete.cllon Orl the d t"
., )', ami the premature old age which arc the -)1. li.ELFE'S ASThMATIC PiLLS, Gloves, merino and silk Hoes, hrf do. lam us 'V( '11 d,'. I and "ro'lf 'Im! li.avingsaid. negro in )hI .
PROVISION ANI. GROCERY. Dsaal attendants of the disorder, arc suffered 5'0 d.,1 fo the
: by ma Uandkercli. fs of or ilrs apprehension
Cravats ,
to their viI and fancy : and
': ; lubscribcnhave united themsclvel under the (rom despair of a cure, or diuppointment in the enk led :linl.atcntion timely adluiniHrtion. plaid plain sik ; I ofs.sid Jail III the United
". of di"orders and Drawers and ah"s, .1Hr.an ar.y
ure these
THE usually em a mitigation ,
j;; ;, of Peachy it Naner, for lie purpose of n. cy ofthe numerous pretended Bntidotf to efl cttLh gen every desriptin rctt Lmnc I got liii,.. J
clrc t a CUre. Pills also and ef and flannel
.4 i tablishing in the town 0' SL Marks, a Grocery and purpose. But those who have made a fair trial of rlly The are an easy cotton JO: I:. MARTIN &
fectual ,ir the Co.Mv
ren edy symptoms preceediog accompanJing READY MADE CLOThING.Dfess t (
,.:" : Prwirion Store. Thtir buildings being lar e and DR. JE8 'S CELEBltATED LINIMENT March11 J ::;:.6\v
1 v ::;. .: commodious,they likeyise propose attending to the I eYen an cases of long 8tanding, and of :he most severe I e 4\sthra.of and COlsuUptiun. and For and frock coats, Pantaloots, figured and The rHe Ii;: ,(.t TuscaJoosa I Iin
of Goods and Cotton Couhss. d'ilculy Breathing. tightness tuictut Iain silk velvet velcntia, silk, satin, and ,JOUrml
I .: Rtuirtng GM Fun tU'ling to character, hare received certain relief and many haY the in hc cot. tlail.1d I 'oIc mh 5 1 i Buhetj. .
across : Vlieczing t.ide Spiuing ry rgi1s .
: 4 which pledge themselves to such attention in few pam fig red marsoilh s Goats holr ", OrJea
they Jay been cured a days somein24 hours! 8J a nUQ to ulle Natchf cw'r
f of :,
f blood, :c. Few cases ran occur of lh"lsslppl\n: JacJurn
will entitle them to a liberal share of any Cloaks and \Vrappers-Indian Rutcr vcr :oats, Mia. irtB t
al in Boston and
.1 patronage ber of who formerly
vicinity, were '
persons Post CmU ''i
t '. --'t.ndPlb\\tenoftheTerral,01'ya.nd 'lassof diordersin which the purlaser Dr. JeJCc'l Frock coat Wrappers and Le'iis.&lso n.H qig and Banner Nashj ; a
1 sifikied with Rheumati
m. have very fully test t'\\\o WIt ., I:n.l. rii'ti; lir tlu.r Pcn..ar.oI.1.! FIo .id an S
4 neighboring counlles or Geor" 'rndr goods ill 4_.. Oin..Gua Guan LUC po !ejlSlor. 01 trio 1..0tor Irifug [ a full supply ofZitk id TaJ/ahassee.Repub ea oaTil\
; 1; 1h be sold low for ca h or produee. As they WUl endeav- proving the most thorough and surprising cures iJ I HATS-CAP Flare. nah (a. i'ilc 'cu y Charleston, ObSfnt F'J

;_,: :; 19 keep n hand a constant supply' ofchoice and ink- meansof this powerful LLNI3IEN1'. in cases wherE !11 c are genuine unless signed on the outide Hisclos were imported flcmJtl.. ''VCTT lit of and Stnn cd I akigh North Carolina, IICHII tili
nor of Groceries and Provlnons of ? \"pper. Ly the!nlc cer 1eter.t vii insrL the aboy,
quahtJeI very other approved applications had utterly failed. proprietor 1. KIDDEI England, ann 1ie will warrant them to be I quI' I nrg III li ,
mIHdlat( Stcccsor tu thu late Dr. \V. I nny I forward ir bI I
; ; deaCflption, country Merchants and Planters'III find this : I' aet.untstO John Martin &
brought to M
DUl\lFRIE'S harl.et he also ll.un
t reaLly, to Lh ir inlerd fr rAIL Th"ir Sin! i.; nnw EYE WATER For sale ; t 'i js Counting 1ooin over No. ) Cour. be \\l \varrnii! to': I I Ga.. tr .pa, 'in n t.t .
n ------ n fresh a5 they \"r inimediati i th _ _
'..i Jpen. -------j HN UbAILt't'-L1X ; For sore or inflamed Eves. gives immediate else 8m' I Street, r.r ( hall Boston, and also by hi ival purchascl Iy II! e t Inot t -- ----
.t' '. Wi\. MANER. relief. On recent sore eyes. the effect is most snlut% 0 clal appoltmel, hy E.:: B.kltNAitl) Jr. & Co.ipt an oftle pr et Li\rpt 01.onde onsi'I' :'nil fr DOC l' Jit J. HUNTER-Hnin' --

},:.:, '. '.r SL Marks.Jan. 16th S36. 23-tf ry.-\Vherc the complaint has been of years standing st.Talahlee. !I injured by Ijing 01 hnd. He has in }his cr ..IovmClt I I '.f J Iiiriitlf on the ThomasijL oe4 J
DI.lgg the 01 .
I. .'t' and in lest workuie -niid he wilL I; UI. miles frf' 11.nod.. t
bad .
some exceeding the Tallahassee ,
,.": cases, most unelpectci Fbruziry 18 in the I I nSptctCI4111 0,
ft. ::' COTTON GINS. and desirable relief has been found in the use ofthi: work 1 manner and 't the shortls no .'e. I I his prokss 1 )na s-.ices to the Clt1ZCDSo leoll_
: DU. Ii PJLLS FE: AU orders from the country aur nde.. :o 1 R. A .nI9t'. IS36.
:, water. alter' other had failed. Man I pUlctualy
Aye every remedy ELF'HOI.fC FOn 35.b
V. rIFIE friends and )
acquaint.ce: of Campbell and IS5 15-tf -
F' "f, Glaz.e, are informed, that byeslling on our for- crJOns who have used i:, pronounce it the best }pre .-. ) purify the Blood), quiden its circulatln IMALES. I- l21st I II L-, JOHN H. ;

f 1 ; 1". flier ageu- 'bev can be supplied with Colton Gins of aration for these complaints they have ever met with I! assls the suspended operations ojnature. and area I J. B. BULL J t BEALE.
.f', :; the best quality, ."her specially in cases ofsorenes or inflamation of long general emedy lor .11 on.'y "t Law, J'tlictll4J, FloriJa.
Cut Steel or Iron Saw tJ(prevailing complailtsamung 1
t 1. .. suit purclluen. All Ocrsons .ilhin.the above :1fti., standing. Price -25 cents a boule. the ferlal! part ufsociet\-The Pills are particularly! DRAPER & TAILOR, c II rV liii pn C ':e in the Courtofa'tprsssn! ,llit j

I .! .r cle, will do well to cal on oUr agt.q1s1 yiz-C. C. I None are genuine unless signed on the outside I el1icaczou! In die Grelli Sickncs. Pdlpitation oftte 4 I 1 y u ,en >r Courts of the middle DiItfM'toi

: ... Williams.I.eoncounty D. Yilhams.k I... Jefferson printed writpper, by' the sole proptietor, T. KIDDER Iearr. Gi Jdiness. Shore Breatl Sinl\ing ofthc Spli. : P Fiorida Nor .28. 1835 l6tfRegular
q. : county; Win. D. Harrison, Gadsden county, T. Bnd Immediate successor to the late Dr. \\'. 1' Conway It: Dl'jl'q on and 1)iziicliiation, to E elciseald Slcity. ,;- f J QA elt between SI. .JUtlTb

I i :iz \V.Rohison, Jackson county Florida, fur h""nu For sale at his Counting Room. over Io99. Court :1rif d ladies wil fnd the Pilg! equally useful tX \TOLD respectfully inform his frier..ts a't fury No Orl;'

I f... .S,r particulars a.s to price, quality, &t', street near Concert Hall, Boston, and also hy his spceial cept of pregnancy, when they mnt4 not bl taken J S, 1- has j just rei urf trmJ ; The schr. Lady WasijrI .

'- .. ARCHIDALU CAMPBELL. appointment I} Drul il. ; neltl er Ilns: tiia' Le tal.en bv perols c f hectic } VtrZwith, a new and splemllJ as5uctn:' lt C "" ( n, M. Swaim, ant schr.Wlsb lt/11'

p ; :" JOHN M. GLAZE. ):. BARNARD Jr. & Uo.' orc'USUnU'e habits. i'rice:1 l 50 a boALSO. x which he is now OpCflhi i : nt (the d.1 t t! wt'l: \ : S r.. Lccdi, will spply reguIarIihrJ!

:,; :" Ucheeili.ge; : Mllrion county Geo March 530tf 'r8JJahalllice. March J3. J4 (No. J ,- -The ctleLmlcd Cambrian Tooth Ache known stand of R. D. &. J. Ii. BULL, (rcend: (' cu- -- d tlC: season.F. .

:, ,.t NO'fICE. h'HAN D'S TONIC MIXTURE, injury to tlu Teeth. Ou trial relt. be liund one uf vites those who wish to purchase cheap I, l' ( .h, :0 Aer ts. Ta1Ja

THE undersigned, AND the best ret Hdics known fur this complaint.wil Puce 50 cal and examine his 833urtmcnt, whIch cOt:: f :s i in ., W. STILLWELLN.OIln P

a ; 'C.:.4. have this day I ."'i-Co&ti."e PiU8. I cents a Lo I II part uf the following, \ :.- I Nov. ht. 1-3 a"tf
into N consequence (I L.. Black Brewn Olive D"hlin. : .,' '. ,
cr- vrhUlL
copartnership 'I I Grfln ; the
I 1cruus Due )
to of
r attempts None is unless Army the U.
genuine the outside RA SUtes.
: /. '. der the firm of Swaim, Lloyd, 4Co. Having SpUriOUS II1m.aLlons of \,. valuable \fedi. on printed -I rYe Mixed E1 :ne, i nirn by lienameof ThDD sJr
pur. the mmC.m( lkillbtlGn
cines the r. Ly i.c T. KIDDEItimuicdiaie I ;
has wrap IrtlJrieofl
chased of on puLllc-he deLt.rm".d [ [ Mixed : Ic.
Kerr and
ill ,
Sturges,their entirc stock ofood to coifjde the I I Back, !! 10 th. nJ D .ttalionlounted Volunteer
tn tla late r.r.. :
a sales exclusively to in ditferelo ucce"sor T. Conway. f&NJjj J-l r mar
," git St. Marks. consistin Groc.eries, aid Provisions agents lts ot tie I For sale his Llvencernnd, lD., m311detl uy ?si aj. ,!&ntLss. ,Vatkinsisatiout
-----a---. from whom lllolll' IA, UP",;., .. at Counting Room over No. Cour.e'treei 5 tee
r o. all kind., also Dry Goods Hardwarc, &c. Their 't Le Concert !! onew ald superb Article, nc\'cr Lc'je otl ifd ,: j i t.r S ildl s ll I ig'v; has on his cheek :1 ring.wormi
near und hi
a iiid aid the also h.v
Warehouses guard more ef1ctually against i t I HOtol. Iarket. JESTI.VGS of ni I
being large and commodious, they like- crd I b pc'j cnrr ti' t. r.. liihi che. k bot e (brk eyes, and rather indi&edlObe
.rneiit i'o. 5.
a. ; positions of f unauthorised ) (
venders he
'a- 'wise propose BLlendin to a commission business, the ; has flSttUt&1 apJ"in B.\I ing lf Black and Ulue Cluh SUjllI'"r; Black Si iM-1 hUlUfed sh ilila!.le"\.II, and IS a notoriousdrunlwd. He

,.; receiving and forwarding of goeds and colton, to which his agt.nts In Boston. New York, Phil.1dclphia, and 1'\h'haBPe. FLL. 22 E ( NAnDJr.o.. nt, Fancy FiguNI do., spleroll rauen.., C.t l as lLIklll wit Ilum a hors. belotging to Lieutn

'. : 4. they p1ede themselves to pay inch atttntion n5 will Baltimore, to make no !ale! to merchants allcJ otItTl 0ClllY / 0.1* : lIUgot. I I Silk! do., \Jrinn, Yacnci! Ckllicf, Jar..Jc": itk, Craven. of he Je.L, rlon Hussars: the horse isibril tnt

'1' 1... enmle them toa liberal patronage (rom the merchams of the Medicines to be carried South fur sale QJain. fen Ot'"e that none ire inuin'! willwut lli.wri- I I a leW sty It of Elgli:1: Falcy :S Ilk. {;o. b.IY, rater: : und: the size of ordinary horiescuflihtCt a t
4. sl"nHt-rcul'l'' ,
I:, a. and planlenpf Terrl'ory' and neighboring Large quantities ofa pernicious article in imitation of tii j C' I ( .. .lJd
ALSO tail'
a 11 co Inr. I j'10JfI' Ot UIt3h.c JlltcItwrappcr. A SOltT.'IET .1. 1) r. mouse coloured Ais
l lies I the genuine ,Mixture have been L.\lGE 11IM
.:. .I of Georgia.a manufactured bv Lucius j! ;l.inJ 111"s; Ie ill firward other .
; no marks reco
; S. Comstock H B D Y- \ CL"fliI' C -
& Co.
.a P. H. S\V AD1, I of New Ycrk, and selll'lo the 1\ I.\DE r. ; Itcte 01 t Jlt"r 1-1) O.'IH'U .

l J'R:;:'' ROBERT LLOY'D, South for alt. The name Rotcland insteadofitow- Dlt.li\ 'I'Eiii-- I I whit'l are the following Articr1: :- I I A rca';') ible I re .yard will be given for the

ir,1:" ; LEVI A. MADDEN. and, is on tIe bottles of the imitation. The genuine i Hlma m Uuc: BLLck, Drown, Olive :11lulLciry loiN, .I heasiori ..U1tta'ion If either man or hone. .p

t J J-\ ". "I* -_St.1\farks March 14 1836. 32swU. nrticJe may be had of the following persons, \ .10 are .'I' the use of Dr. Hunter. Q :tv.rv'T. : Green ant Mixed Dreu 4- Fro 1 C ,:1tc,1 j d, r Ilf J. U. 110UGLASS, Maj. 2dBM.Hfor.
tne in
only .lJgtnb this part Florida and Georgia of either II.IC I litl I pti- I nlixc Our .Gcamm C'ah I Ilinell Ttrv"r's 1 1 F I 1.1
; lU Dollars Iteward. I sex. if they, (' caI1bJ' t ltx larch 22, J836. 373c I
1 t'.j': B. Bainard jr. &co. General Agent, Tallahassee, very yalu: tile plan and :'\1Iy toliOW tl lie with merin'and silk. ql1il rd "llin!I.ut. .. I : -p'rI. H C"-I'r' :".1 L'. .t..t T1..;." "flt.AikG ; _

'!.-' P KANA WAY from the subscriber in January last William Kerr k Co., Thomasville, I panJI' tl ma. are eii.thied. CUPlus etIectuahly tu-01 b'I: tC"u :-I and superb ntce.. SUicr r Hlt' and 1hek Cloth neW!, .- ;-. th ;I ;rcIigcncer l ,';;Tuscaloosa,"Aistie;
2 2 old named
roman LUN James
l. years C. Eccles, Quincy, CI'I"I'11' DlSl\S. .1'1 and to restore lot 'Cle, u Clod; for mel1. Crown :LflL olive' M.rcat.t Ie At \ r-ser, nt Mobile, AIa.the Flwdsazind

la' .:* formerly to be about belonged'LL Goldsborough's to Dr. McLemore, nd\"h supposed Kerr & Sturges, St. Marks, with ease, safdy" and certainty. in a 1t\ltVj.hcall' I i I rrCCI anti do. rr Llllies'. mile, HI.wk, and Ih-:1! :Ioth I' Intdlit eu, tl, .1 allatiasec Flo", will plee. gett L-
orCap1. hite'splan-
Alexander Hickstown, I EET'lhe ,cxtenive sate and nnexaiii1ed ( u..imerc rants. BI. ck \Ine', La\ CIJI' and I I .! aIJUt t IrC! !Iiertions arid forward their bill fir
c: ',.0 tation, near Monticello. The above reward wilt be Darius Williams & Co., Monticello, .i this 31ell( I8C. i 1 tils and other c.tas. Hn 3UCCt.ss ;: (urJ.i Blh:" 1".I.. Glue. Ibek.and seclmix. Sat. I r ['aavn.cm'U_ \h (;f'ftcraI_GO'l'crnment.v .
given for his apprehenain so thai I get him. J. o.I Mickasook '. If.cill i:I tmctL t 0 do Round Jacltts ,
Carpenter, ) i"hout the IT.flI.Ofl. f.sr ti h". f'hS7' t'n:1: ; ; j _
tilo &fla..n i A 1 n.-1
j\ : Itlwn! I a ... .. ... r from lhe .
? ; 11. itri
\: LtD8 WORTH.a The ? t.I1:1 aI lid Da' 'L i. .I.K anti ? 1J"V aI\QwI11 ptln
{ a .. April 2d 1836. l4bfLOfE. Barnard jr. 6rco_ will be on all the diir. : -. Ia salslactonly J'fepareo 1'\ Jr I "h"y I ::1 J the subscriber
34 6w Citii ,
.f nil Patterns a abot
A.. ..._....., ____. bof1r1"f\l by a 'ylcul ts'ihly prove, that when) I! YcIrs. if' Fit'u'I, Quiud! Silk. ,:,bck J negro nun
I T01'1I. 'h.. ...... .u -. ... tj'. t !upnt. ._ I used 'I the.I IN i, 30 als'lf i1 a r \mcd PLA3CO-aboac5fttt6 A
; .1. -- -A. o..u. JcaUCcuulIY Intnr.. 4U J [,C110- : PO\lnl'IH:. :. ', \\1' I nti1l" IIJI-- h-- :- llk SlrlII J.. 01.0- -1.111...., (-.h..h..-.._., '._ .1..>.-_ y p rk
I ... hlslJlencs and the public generally that he hu 1 I speedy cur, of H Je"ls a Ihurou"h nnJ ;; \ieril u, and all thc'mo t uppm'C',1 l''tltr': ti.t 17 illd)($ hill'i 'co" slender built. d..rk complcI! ,
opened general aasortmentof dry-goods, in the tla Ileadrul disorder, dClolliua'd I alid qUI..r : > .ra wLen adJ'cssld
: store Scourge 01 the the at-c to L. rl. md anioi'g the latest imJrtui..l !. Also 0 : the ibosrrLwarj
a .0 : lately occupied by Thomas Hays and one door West .TIle Ph J lulan are laac. a lar'ssflrtm(tit cf Fine Line Stuns, \\ iiu. lied, will be pai fu- I.l apprehension of sc d negro, n be.
; of Mr. A. F. Duval) and accompanied WIn...L_ R
nearly opposite thc store of .. ill 10dgf cJ .i) t 1C' &il at faHahalSee!
.., i J : it. with the INiLC'1'1U:, I'U .e requires Fiaiiel 1 uio. Iuers&ocks. Clove Silk HandI J or un the pluta
\\ ; -
in the ; [H :
4 1 .a... R. Hayward, city oC Tallahusee-nlso, re1 CI-lt'1'F: ; thee constitute : wJ I "ertIi1ti,1likSjlk: Cnna.tsGtiU) Elastic Sus nters lion of the :ul 'nber. JOHN TUREL
poerflJI fll'r
.. .. : ceiyinJ and now on hand, a general assortment of i ap1licable thc various Ulust reliicine Sik: Cottull. and \Vorsted llosiel Genh'mcII' Arrih23l36. S1T. 11h

.' I 0' :. groceries,cheese among which are bacon, flour, lard, shad, der. Ful:1: I nd plain directIn"stages, wall f111", a lolukar Pllf'n diqo; 1. Beaver. 1I.'l1'S, Satin [t'Hel' do, 'y 1 Ulh',' :lli.,"Fine Ueacci. JUS :J b JiUT L-TIe! tll.bscrilleris nos arcctmn 'rhi
m1ckrel and trtati,
: ..;,. etc. sugar coffee, D.teas AI'RAENY., tobacco etc. ABRANTED I explainilg the ni iOU; syrnptouis and the mode ut which du.,, Fur StaICn L 1IlJrd.ad. :: chry ..Itiele I.I :r I 8nJ commodIOus House, for pub. hipr
I treatment IS Utlt.etl fOf( tli c'lItkm.. lie il1tcr:\il' which he
RC will
I accofpanj' each Lox, that 'utfit. nr, rent or lease for L
.: April 9th 1836. !I persons J. na I l.
35 01
OIAd t \1"0
\ th.lt of '
either term
notify diii i 5.
sex a aveure 'msch'cs. nthC' Sum- yea 'Ind
-t past
k i ., OUR LAST DUTY to OUT retaUves ud jrinds, II I I I ( Price of the l'ilk :J a box ; the I Injection Powder I ml'r, lie has been eacd: in rrmulrCI: a rill' the .1 f\{ A 'Oh ell er t t.itrhcn and out houses rf smaDtt (

a a ;4.. aM Head SI.u. The subicribcr being I Ii I I arid Cerate fU cents cnch.) I.I articles, thsneiI 1':1i'uru:8r: y t lir tlis IT.a ::Ct. hic:. I are alr.ady: r ,c'd, and the principal building, it 12eXpCCt Ia

0 4.. ngent for one of the principle manufacturing estab- i aJzO Prep Irpd fwm the original Recipe in )18. I for chcapne.s nud durability, are nllt to IJc' stir td (\J, W ::1 l Ji ,'CViJ' (to reeiee Lo.lrdersinsitJdar'

Jishments in New.York, will furnish to order all ar- i the laeir. \.V. T. COSWA1'. hy hk of hy nil) in this Scctiln or i&izIrV ; and as tl. \ :i has : All tlw (urn tl1rt necessary f"f such al1 establishment
; .
t., tides in the above line. G. G. lIOL T. it iUlfccinfe SUI' IJct'n mld up under his il. .. hits been i i'
the own I'fl from
i I II 'a t ani Sole i'roprietor T. l I I pf tti.n, I. c<: with! e. ew-York and Ne.-.Orleans
r: : ", St. Marks, April 9th 1836. 353inf A FULL supply of Landreths' I I \\ hor tIl ma !le had at hii KIHOlR, tfl snnle degree uf Coil hirlenee, n (tlmmctlt t: "- 5. ,;e tn. and will c uI1.: cost an charges,orrented with! tIlt f
i f r..b '.i.. !. 4herb and 1owei' superior gardens Chamber.'ycr} 99! ; UOOI. il j those who wish h to rurcl1a a tin.t : l111USt,.
\ 'ro Farmers and : seedsjust. received dour tu J. t r.tte t i Idt Ht.uulJ .
I : ,."" Others. fresh.__ n. h" ._ _and_ warn'ntd J Dru. -! Stn". ., rnrnl-r.r t..P nex,. .- ., .._ hI01Cl.; \ IlIerd add that lii!; (lolh: "an'. !,prl. .. 1\11.... .'", .I .' s.'.tJSr"I( .....nri'Tinf: rflnuirl'd.lhaHhc. hotel
I : p -r .. --- "''"u -
.PERKI 'u. : t.
; :jr '' ;\ .. .large brick subscribers store'in the having taken that Dec. 16tb, 1815. 30tf S. { near Conc rt Hal: Boston. and'I nl-o---Iy- hiq 0. Irtcr!, mOlediatcly fron the} llUport, luLl fire fi.ii; L.c 1 Ia- will be c'nd ti' in aslyk and nanner, equal tGD7c.thier

i upper part ofthe ment, :ppoil test .Hrh'"ls.I in ;be ::"ulern: other cd1
) (loge those I Couutr-oq no
P. wlh
: city for the DUVAL who has al otlur:11 I uil; ;,' .\1 'J
W.At. i allalaao5-'r -
of returned
express ( :
a t'r:1 purpose accommodating to Florida' t cines, as paed by late Dr. et I Oetter12,135. 1 'Ir lions wi i it 'C rc.itcd.
to settle CONw.iv
J the himself pr
country trade, and intending to permanently, and It. ) h'v I will
turn C. ALLEN --- \ '3ti.
: E.: : IS ,
\\"fiting to personaJJy
; or me
L : their sole attention have associated Jr. CO.
to the salt themselves DAHlAltD \ 6. .1'0'1'11
in l
and the u. ) .
country ,
J I the Law. practice of I II meet Wlih ar flit, fl.A A:
produce, would invite those who wish Thp.y will keep an office UIUGGIST. THE UNDEflSIGNED I
to at Tallahassee having
buy, or and purcliacd Ihe lare Georp a
S1. TUhiS5OCCi.2k35. ez- HI II e. of Planters in Florid:,
: '. I toaell to giYe them a call, aa they are determined to Josephand will practice in the Superior I' :Ol: tire flitefet 01 l.lr. Gale; n Emory the A4bam'i! \1obila
courtsin I III Mc. han- J : and
the : nl: crchants in aw.reans!
II" ..Y..: sell on.as good terms, and.give as high a cash price counties of Leon,Jefferson,Gadsden Jnckson ; \ : tile establishment conducted undt"r the, ti. .,_ ha\.e .. .., .. r..aDd
Franklin. .. An. .: 1"_._. ,_. and ; Ri'.IX CelE cnn 1'HJ ITC'tTVEVEIt -- -; In. I.- .'.. rIt'IPr.n----... -- .I .n .nrf. .1. : "" -,
n -
lull "Y"'uuun
I 1 JOr proauce can J.e btained in the -- -- un' vuun. 01 '.J tlI1ory in this place notif.es
as. city. i
\ I hem P peals. Tht'y pled e \ flIen s ant the hiouzcj i I; IC; d'Ju be as satin as come14:
J". : SC IVCSLO inveterate in I. t.
'J They have Just received ond for sale, give strict attention to all business con I' H one hJur's application, customers, Ihat he is now recea'ing a geitciat I ted. BVERI0 R,
+ ." Jo barrels fided to tlleir and dange cold ment u'' Gods
Irish frm taking
Potatoes, management.V M. P. by using Dum. electetl by himself .
DJ \\"ith
VAL. c. j" 14\f
a ltis' e
.: ; Oialment. I Jeph 1Fil; 23 1836.
.1 : 5 Tierces Rice, R. C. ALLIN' TIis rcparation for Ieasantnes ton, New York end BalJmore! and otTers th nc
:. .... "a 'a 20 Boxes Soap, __February 13th, 1836. 27tf safety expedition ease and certainty, stands uniHll at reduced piKes 3t retail, 3t the stand same Ll:: J'or 1 ; .' HlJklllllug 10 the LJS& UIhce at tel
f .' ,. 20 Kegs Lard, led for the cut.or this troublesome compaint.: It i so the J la.e fiirm. LSO- 0 cUtd!. by 'hom t.s ..'e, 1st April J836, ifnat ukc* out

; f' ..a.t 10 do. BUller. EDWARD HOUSTON, rapid as vell as certain in its operation, lS to cure (his / Expected daily per brig Ii IIarmonr," direct from within three cc J.tJIS. wilt: be sent to the Gener.aIPOit heIt!

-.; I Orleans .I1ttorney at Law. disagreehllle lisorder 10st effectually in Ole Jlour's ap Liverpool, on consJgnmen:, Office) as deac It Hers.

:: t: G.U.&T.E.WWENB&GER. I OFFICE in Jeflsl'son Street plication only 30 tons hammered IRON And.crson,11 n''y Horn, Mrs Harriet fie

.' I t J Feb. i7,1835. 29tf next door to E. B. Perkins, I doe, nut contain the least partice of.iiereI2ry. or r 30 Crates Eanhern WARE Atklllsol1, Sh .ct 'IC 3 Hines, SamflI t IIac

; I Druggist. otherdallgerL.us ingredient. Uld nl Le appli'd with I 180 pieces COTTON BAGGING Adams John Hall Thomas

I i Storage. J an. 30th 183G. S6m I perfect salet: by pregnant 'females,, or tu children at I 1.20 sacks Liverpool ground SALT Adams, Hal'll 01 IInJlnan, John A

c J. .. : Wil The subscriber baa the hreasl which he otters at wholsaJe to Merchants., \scrJt', icathe 11 JohnSon, CharlesAsker oru
'. .. finished Wil NOTICE Price 37 1-2centsa box :New York at or nea lSnthi
: lately a large HEzubscrjber has with ample direttions. prices. 1 James, OrmanAvcrett 1' [
A .
.i aDd commodious Cot- T just received per schooner Cotton John Johnson Thol A
purchased ,
Atlantic as usual. <
r. direct 1JZ1'o
fr:. ton Shed which with his well known Warehouse from N. York, a general assortment Ladies cVhite TU1EUTT R. BET Bleach, WBJi Jones, Elizabeth "irai

a \ : will enable him to hOille from the weather from 800, Cognac ofGroceriu--onsisting of and mund 'l'eethi are both "I ornament arid Tallahassee, Oct J, lR35. R-tf TON Uryan, T.mot .y Kornega, Daniel
: 1\ .. \ to woo Brandy, I Lles in TI best : Bruce Franci G St:
alea. Those .bo may store their Cotton Jamaica Rum : e security for their tdvanta.cis to be : J Kirkscy Mrs bry
:, with him N. E. Rum lund in the se of the NOTICE.T Burner Dan PIlot the
.a are assured that every attention will be De.towed Old Rectified I Lewis (apt 1'I
a. ) :' : es towards ill safe keeping. Whiskey, Common Whiskey, I LIE Subscriber returns his sincere Bryan, hardy king, Richard Cioi
Holland BRI''lSn thl1nks
.. '.,1\.t?i SLMa.rke, Ian. 13 24t( E. W. DORSEY I"'I_ u,In, 61.V''ISEPTIC DEo\l'IFRICE. I frienus.- -. and-.- .L....- n..hl;. ; _____ .10. his lsurncs. Jl1, n L"1.v"nJl. .. ,, Richard. ..
\ : v'Gna, I'-.u t-ncnu. lIr Ihe .:ber..1 ---- -- -- '
.' : ocuy This
'Y Storage elegant Tooth Powder, with encouragement he has received since Bell, Joti Limeburger, BenjaIDIDllrowninr
4- Comm. Merchant. Mad ira, Port, and > WINES a very little use this he I.as I.(n in pre
., tic in the place, and solicits Isl.! n.d
j "t B. WALLER Mal scurvy gums and prevents the a. coninuance i-.asiingerShadrs
accuniulation ofthtir1. '
.. D: Tallahasf tga a) o' Tarer, which not only age. He has just return d from 4rtn. lldnson, JasOl Morrison, IS3t'CrIctun 1'I:
I blackens I\ew
Ice) haying located himselfpermanenfly Cuba, an1 Jamaica Lu) Yoak, a.d has I
in Mon. Coffee loosens
: the t. eth. and accelerates rccivcd per brig SomerseLt I Jul1. Mardrie Robert
ticeUo their direct from ,
re.pectful tenders his Cavendish dec3Y The that : ,
professional Tobscco ; 3
I;.. t f, ; -1& the inhabitants Jefrenon county, and iLl services Tieini- A Superior lot of Saddlery, Dentrilice'e.breath.thu I reIO\'CR toe prevailing causes uf ofren. gereral assortment of fall and winter GOvD pte, con- Cove, 01' Cou J znes Mitchell, TLos G hei
sIsting of the Collins
I : 11. 36 Fresh Teas, 1 p 'esenes the licalilijijess and floridness of otlo\\ing Articles, to l- teph II Mar! ey,John.
; r. : .,.. hhrj Castor OiL; the gums. nut render the teeth white. Super blue, black, drab Cutts, E!jah Mcintyre. D5r11elCasler
0 r % beautifully and adel.litl DlO.ld
% .lUKAJEI.rURAGE! I -' 50
STORAGE Expected lrile ce Its. Cloths. J..lInes McCam, JocJua.Cha.staiu

'L.i' IN addition to his old ware-house the SPRING and ptichr.SUMMER. 10y, a general assortment of 'rO tIlSe Corns. Do. double milled Cassimeres, of different JI)11I McDowell,John
GOODS aU afictedith coours. Dcnklee
which will An Wm Neal
sold l 1w be assortment of McKinnon,
sub.cribtrhaarecentlyerected for Sattincts.
t cash celehrated
.7.. a spacious build approved credit.A. THE Cor Plasteraffurd8insffnt 100 Duger, 'Vm J
I NeelyJosepbSDayis
1: br feet, forreceiyin cotton and oods. FORMY and at the same time and pieces ofNegroKersey Linseys nod Fu.tians.
DUVAL. English: French 1 hos A Paramore Nancy ]
the and ,
March ,
; .;i'1, SL TIMOTHYld'CARTV. 26, 1836. 3tf Cor out. by the roots. without the least pain. PaintedMuslills.Fanr.vsh.nvl_ Prins.: DukeJ,. EJWL\I.; is _PnU"r. ., _Solomon___ _
a :t,. Marke_, D&cemberI7&h18JI. 1' E r'n.. ..... .. .. u '' ",_ u_ --- ,.U'LUU" .HUIUier ,
; v- -.AU.- with Corns I1IC3,0r.1 Edward
p rUltK.-Tberegular I-ack. their UOle aUlete< on Super PongcesL.ustrng ,Jame I Perm&U1, Rich&td 'IRI
feet and
I docerufy. that 1 have Fancy Silks. (
Gtuzrdion'8 Notice. Holmes used tll Albion Corn tics. Edwards, Sam' Peters Curtis
? ? Master, is dai- Plaster, with e ,
11L :I Q IX months after .rvn..nc.w ot St. AfarJtslu complete iDccess. Delare 1 had used one made Franklin saJj E Stratman Wm, lOt
.. date, I &bait exhibit to the Judge vinh the grea box it completely cured a Corn which had Ready Clothing &c.; Cotton Bagirg. ,
%' a of the county court for thecowityo(Gadiden, her cargo engaged;will meet for many J make this troubled rue 500 pIeces brown, bleached, plaid J Dor.-e Gregory. Richl rt Swaim, S 11 L 1101rho
a .cco.nts and my with despatch. For yellu. public for tl benefit of stnp. Griffin Celia AtGrimn
freio-ht Bale black I (Ids i
u Rope Spangler.
4 those
tI Ct1a.rdian o1 the minor heirs or pafls3ge afflicted with that : ; castor. beaver, drab, and Wool
t1 1T of Jonathan apply to complaint.
Thomas and apply for a KERR & AIRKSEY. Ial1ul Hats. Celia J 11:1 Miss Smith, John le
j w14i March it 1835. 33-6m. lESSEE diacbarge.McCALL. Tallabassee, April 23d 1836. 37tf a Flushing \VM. SIAV.. A few doun Walebone Bonnets. Grace, !\ia Shehee, AD
L. J. Fel 28.
tfS't': NOTIC}. 'N OTICB.-.1'he subscriber has just received per I'iucs 50 cents a box. 500 pair Russett Brogan Shoes. Griffin, Lewis i'e t. Tiny, Mrs Mary A tea

schooner Joy, from N York 500 pair Kipped Brogan Green, 1icharc Wyche Henry !
t1' ew. and is now a:: None are genuinne unless Shoes.
t' THE undeniped, administrator of Alexander R. a general assortment of spring and opening printed signed on the outside Gentlemf'n's and Ladies Walking! Gttuilv Max V' Weathers,John '
summer the sole Shou. I
: goOds ,
:ft d11ee :! )iftappoIntacj according to -conaiating of printed and painted French immediate wrapper by proprietor, 1. KIDDER.. 250 pair .Negro Blankets 1arve R'f '1..I.ft.. Gaulden, J Williams. John '.
J..w_ muslins __ r.
to the.. .lalA._ IlrV
.. 8oren Dea. .. ____, ; SUCCeNScr .. P --"c'Utll.I.L, -'c.
--- ---- n ,J" l'.JIn. .n.. .1. : u" -- A. ,U.nAJ.- Old -Conae Gauldcc, Serif" D C Willey,Gilbert
ull'a1lahaaaeo-bil u Brandy Jamaica
Uia UUy sale Hum
1 d'P U'Uf llftl AUmets crminets at his HohiudQin. 12I
Atterney who will aU ; Counting Room, No. 99 C
receive demandl Dod etc. 3 4 and 5-4, bleeched over Court Rectified \Vhiskey Wines Hancock. \Vrn. Watson, Joseph p
and brown 'lens
a against laid estate, and acknowledge Ie.rvice accounts or 4 and 5-4, umitene and common checks domestics 100 ; 3, special street, near Concert hull, Boston, and also by his Cuba, 8t. Domingo. and Jamaica, ,and' Hancock, AUf I t' WJrme, John C ni
any Coe.v .
,1.. process ncceas&ry 0 be issued against said estate dur- superior cotton osnaburga ; pieces appointment, hy (No. 4)) ith an assortment (if Horn.Mary 3 YertJy, George l11e
; ; crockery Cutlery 11.
ware, loaf E. {
lag my absence in South Carolina.35tfa. M'BftID :, eLe. Expected schooner sugo BAfARDJr.4Co DZtUGGJST. Hollow Ware &c. Crockery, and 64 tct'.ers. JAMES. SMiTHP.
:k per Warsaw an aSllort. Tallahassee. Feb. J J 22J,. 30 tIStoiing lire;
I. 4'jATtRIAGES.handsome J3arouch, for ODe or ment of hardware and a few superior rifles k double \Vith many other articles, too tedious to mrrtion. RWIN( RECEIVED.-Tbe :elh)1riD art'
Jtwo horses, with double harness : also barrel guD8--al1 will be sold low for cash All of which viii be sold low D Pee se
Buggy wic.l leather a neat. eredit or approved &ShIpping of Couon. for CASH, n approved the lmbcrs of the Virginia lIf ialbac

( U.. ,j horae-or we at New top York and harness prices suitable for one Lbemaelvea.purchasers arc invited to call and examine for j'ERR 4. $ wit attend to Storing and at a Credit.smaU advance Country .Merchants ca" ,be supplied Lottery, Class lIt. 8. Viz:-1' 40, 41 ; 20 35' 7,
364. ; apply to DUVAL. 8hipping also on New York lriefS. 47, H j O.Tickcts .
( % Li Who MARTIN HART. Ap'ril.9th 1838. 35. (u10n entrusted COlon-they to their wi advance on The subscriber will advance, and ship Cot.'Jn to to l 1 Id in' the Virginia wheeling LoU" '18
are ,6rM
: : &Iluppl7oVpringeoda.reeejyinc per 1Chr. Waruaw, aD &ddhio. BLANKS of every deacriptioD ''ur Sale market in the United States C"or shipmen; anI any CoLton New York ant or ChnrlcstQn, s. C. He will JchIlase ry, Class No. t Capital Prius, J5ooos. '
give the
wil highest market ,
bil otice. purchase at.ether their StoTes in Tallahassee or fricel 3,000,200(2Ot IOor 1,5OOUO( 1,000.1'

:.. a H Mark. ._4th, 1934.. ((6tf)S.t'l Septcmber 5, 1835.ALEX. FORA 4tII AL. $10,Q shares b of May in \1)QnWa.. 5hi tocloae w. onILMS; .

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