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 21, 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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1'1 Gideon Enyyy It is i not fit thotjljehould obtrude t
jDtt conducted undcr.J&e.firtn Bet Senate my private and all that we can do, h to lament his loss, ed and delivered, as required, by Capt Har be apt to take care of th i !oxselves. It u the I
ent "griefs the
tk esllbl16h' this place notifies hiS friends and upon although I am wen and imitate his virtues, i nd pay to his memor ding, or Col. Shannon.- innocent purchaser: of, tn Government, th ft'I'''i i

Lautr t ltet ElDor<.: ) atbe is now j.ecci\'ir..ga- assort-Bos- assured that-its kindness would ext 'nd some the unavailing honor. of the dead.I The object intended to be aecemplisbed by man and his wife and cb J free, who never do- !1
.< lev l himself vith'cye'aS indulgence to toost"intimate
friendship.of '
rJ"",!,t ofG sork:selcctfd and Baltimore, anapofferrthe; same character a a now beg leave to off *r the following:; resolution this step will be apparent to Y ClU. Although fraUded an Indian, that U 3 to be the victim .. \ 'i
which .
".w. =,e \ at retail, at the staJftd occnpied by commencing in college compatiionship for adoption by thu House. I do not feel authorised; by facts presented,, of plunder and death, in cue actual hos tilt : 1 !

r.rJ actd pnc- ALSO "* i" has been unimpaired by the chari- Resolved unanimous y, That this House I to order into immediate service any portion ties. The editor of the Advertiser has conversed '* *.... i il 4
t'rftf"l'le we dall S Per err,g: "Harm' > ."D1.... .direct from ces and changes'of life, and undiminished tender the expression c f their sympathy( to I of the militia, such were the grounds to appro- with an AGENT, 11 d ij informed that t f.*;:; '

I, r'-; tonSWUiJrnmell hammered RON, even by party spirit, whose rrpulsttt_ ) ,energy the relatives of the decei sed, upon this mournful bend danger to our fello citizens, residing in I there is no ho tilitl. I re :ty souice to obtain ;

pCrauS Earthern WARE ;:;;; so soften breaks asunder the strongest:
COT'fON BAGGIM1lo '. of affection. For although,sir, it has so'hjE| Bret for his loss, and res ect for his memory, that I felt it my imperative duty to make daily employment; ? li h< not,instead of do- '" : : ft. :
Piece'rerp pund Sttrr: pened that we have been much and &ng op- the members will wear the left the ing his duty : ,
10'-1 whols3.1e to Merchants, at or nea ci ape on arm contemplated preparation for their defence constantly e sdoavorin to pre t. .1
. fticb, he offer! s it. .... posed in politics, and although, I nave had for 39 day. 4 Arms and amunition being deposited at Mont- vent the emigration of''he Indians, and throw- f ",r

I'h York prices.aged as ustitt.; much occasion to feel the adverse influence The resolution was agreed to unanimously.Mr. ) gomery, or in the vicinity of that place would log every impediment i i tl e war of those that :. :

Couoa Tli RBUTT R. BETTON of his high character, there isli man who PINCKNEY moved I that a message be be convenient for the use of those who would are trying to effect that lesirable .objecL-, :]i. t ,

'1'1l1abl\\re! Oct IR: j. R-t( loved him, living, mourned Elm" ,' deadmorethan sent to the Senate infornjftg that body of the be most near to our suffering inhabitants, and There are Government agents of this charac-' # -J t

NOTICE. I do. w death of the Hon. RICHl RO J. MANNING.The ,. therefore most apt to go first to their relief. ter. Let not the Adv<;rti>
:: rctu1ns his sincere thanks. to hisTK He was indeed, Mr. Presid ::1, of a very Chair remarked tflat! such a message You are therefore required to cause the His informant may be, anc very likely is, a 1 ; r.
"nJcnt and the has public rcccucd in eneral since! ,be for has the been liberal inenceursem noble nature, endowed with all $:gh and gen- would be sent to the Senate as a matteof necessary arrangements to be made for the geater enemy to the pe ace of the country than .' ; 't J .

solicits lie a'toiv'inuance OCthtlr palron- erous qualities-cool, bold,jU t fpatient? and course. : reception and safe keeping of the arm and the Speculators. Sho jld he Indians .refuse f'. i f .

tbisplacehas 1 J'ISt rclurl jl fJ'Cmcw? York, and has resolute, magnanimous in his \ hole tone of On motion of Mr. PIN :: KNIV, ammunition, which may be delivered at Montgomery to emigrate, and herea ler ecome> more- hostile i t..

,. rer brier Someiwtt direct from that pfaoc, a feeling, and turn of thought; utterly) exempt The House adjourned, .. by Capt. Harding, or Col. Shannon, than at present, we cou d mention one of t' ,

rt.el''tfC ,[1 -ial end 1 ,1interGOODS ttrmit.sting conJaawrimcrit from all sordid or ielfish propensities; of that -- to yourself, or the officer whom you shall designate these official gentry th it we uld do"well to take i r:
, E jft3kfllcles :- From the Coliu i6w
" .cft5efoUtt .. prompt and patient benevolence, to do to I Enq. for the I care of himself YVe t- .
or and
" e,. Lbtk, gjrtcn; di'al'1 and adclaid Broad; performance of that duty. You arejr o speculators, '.
: :uper'lug, .. suffer, which comes ()natural. impulse, educated i THE LOWER CREEKS.We are at liberty to make the deposits of the arms; no friends: to those who, hat ;3 unjuslly defraud i', : '

laths.kmilleQ, :<>- different colours. into principle, ufii l'kcl: fit the performance observe that varioi a rumors are afloat &c.: either in the town, or at any place in the ed the Indians r but thee ar t men baser than .

Do.". c"lo1tcr-e'r u"l' !tUth, Lin.e\"s( find 1'u.tians. I of duty but too kind in his natureto in relation te the depreda: iou of these people vicinity, which you may deem more suitable, 'these, and such agents as'\ e have mentioned : $f':

"1 e \'ecesc.f FrCIJd'. .', and Atneri to Prints.poiitaccd be stern; scrupulous in self-regulation, but upon the inhabitants on tLe Creek I lands. We and sufficiently secure. are of that class.; Th one doalt unjustly, thv i :

J'IIu f'll,,,"l'arry:.ha\\'hll.\litlkcrchlefsD.r.d. generously indulgent to others. His father have made somo inquir/ and learned from Taking into view the distance of the seat other would aid in brit15in| on the massacre ": t

flaPun;; ...cs, LtI'1JJ.. and 1.UJ1cy Silks. who was a distinguished soldier of the Revolution various; sources alkthe iuf mnation on the subject of government from the thectre of the probable of red men, and white worn )nand chUdwu.Waahingl r : '

I fjynack C, rllurs&f"; Cotton ragsinp.J ) deeply marked upon his son's character that we could -comrr and. Certain, it is hostilities, and your command bordering 3D, A pril 20th, 1836, tJ' it

I l-ccs) bran b cdihcdi.ad, ;. :: .\V striped Domes., I the impress of that heroic period; courage : that they have become very daring and inso- onjthe country at present sccupicd by the hostile The Editors of the Colu nbua Enquirer. .' F'

. >la/e Ic Ilor; black castor: : beaver, drab, and1' ool) and devotion to his country were hereditary :. lent, breaking open corn cribs snd carrying Indians, I think it proper to say, in the Sirs.-The mail be:ore I.; .st, brought me n ,. [!. ,

"I Hats.cr : Bonnets. and native to him. And these manly) virtues away what they deairs, c riving off hogs and event of your receiving satisfactory information letter from John B. Tale, Esq. of Russell t'.

H dozen WaUUnc S1 us. were softened and made amiable bv the kind- cattle, and otherwise robbing and annoyingthe that they have commenced actual hostili- county, Ala., stating flat ctnaiderable.appre- '" 1 ;.
, 500> pair' KiPPfd I Kussctth.orHn bn'$ :"in shoes. liest affections of the heart while over his : inhabitants. We also see from the latter ties against the white settlers, you will be expected hansions; existed in that cou ity, on account u" .:. :
500 "'
i-, 1'-fair .d i attics V/alking Shoctij whole character presided an exalted and fer- ''of Col. Hunter publithel I in our last, that to afford the most speedy relief and some late hostile deraun: tra :ions on the pan ,I It:

f t t (J' r sirutraesgrn; : B!.uets large r RCUP: Blankets, &c. vent piety. they have recently made application at Irwin- protection in your power. It is not my inten- of the Indians, and that several families! the .

-1 Old, Co"r.ac Whiskey Brandy!, Wines Jamaica, Tens hunt,and Holland Gin.Rccuficd For many years, in various ways, he received ton, for powder by the keg. These facts go ion to impose upon your division the burthenof lower part of that county, ; :ad hastily abate ; r

. Cubs: a:.. Donim; j-ml Jamaica Cotlce.rh8iiassorirjiutofCutlcry ; : : distinguished testimonies of the affection te show that they ara in 8 very discontented carrying OK the anticipated war with the doned their homes nn< fled for safer On. J !! I :

- \"\' Crucktry, and and confidence of his native State. He serv- and belligerent mood, an 1 that it behoovesthe Creek Indiansthey have already furnisheda yesterday I sent this litter > the Secretary 11' ,

... Hollow Ware,articles itc.Will too tedious to mention..t11 ed frequently in either branch of t io Legisla whites to keep a watt:ful oye upon their battalion for the Florida campaign-but as VVar, with a suggestio i that I did so, to eriabl.r I jt tw}

n whidi!vny other,till!! be sold, low 'fur CASH, or apjuoved ture; was Governor ; and at length, Representative movements. They have j.lso been coogrega-: the town of Montgomery is the most conven- him, from the information aEbrded, to take Unnecessary ""ti,

Credit.( Country 'Merchants can be supaid in Congress.In tee of late, it is said, in considerable bodies, ient place of deposit for the arms and ammunition measures o prec, ,align and safety', ; a

j at t a snail advance on the 'cw York prices the prime of life, and in the vigor of and made threats of violence and murder a- and the most prompt assistance might and to day I receive d tht* following reply, '

>. 1 The subscriber 'f i1:1J\ \:1.ucc. and] t>li5n. Cotton to manhood he has died as he lived-in the gainst individuals, towards whom they were be expected from your command, owing to which I forward yov lor J pu ilication. '. h,;.
C. He WIll
?yew; York, sndnve or Charleston the in-rhcst, market pi ices. purchaseCotton midst of his duties. Never Mr. President, disaffected. Still we have heard nothing: of its preximity to the enemy 1 desire you to hold Very respectfuf'y/ .?t.'

'. ALEX FUIUJY DL'VAL.lgeatcr1w have the honors of the Senate been more wor- open organized demonstrations: of hostility such volunteer companies as are already Your ob'i 8 jrvant, : ;.'

: .1. Itt- 4-tf hily bestowed, than upon the memory of mongst them, and we dtlu:>t whether any de- formed with a view to the contemplated ser- IUXON H. LE"-IS. ,

,I 1 l7tarclI.\lthvlizcJ: to 4 moaitco WILLIS J\L- RICHARD J. MANNING, for which I invoke predations appear to be co ifined to corn and vice, not exceeding one regiment, in readiness -- :y" r.t-

j IT sr1N, as a cmaiJnlc.to to represent Leon 40 C'y. tthem by offering the following resolution. cattle, which thoy need to satisfy hunger, and to march at a moment's warning. Such a liar Dipartraerrt, V t..

e ithe next LegislativcCouncil._ _! ._ --. r Resolved unanimously) That as a testimony we are inclined to the belief f that their designs force would be an efficient val1.guard-tbey 1 .pril2tith[ ,.l836. j 1,U<

e.1 :T AUTHORITY.' : of respect for the memory of the deceased, the extend no further. They ore in a wretched would hold the enemy in check and afford Sir-I return the litter c r Mr. Tate, enclosed ,.

L [CBY .. members of the Senate would go into mourn- starving state, and are lade desperate by temporary protection to our citizens-and I in yours of the 19th nsfr and am instructed i :

0 '':.J f'.,,"". .,..\,"..';-:";;.'!'I:'''''"' ......"tj'fo.... ing by wearing crapa on tho l left arm fOr 30 their destitute situation. The government would soon bring to their aid a sufficient forco by the Secret ary of War who is indisposed ,.,;
s. ; : .t.l. -
. ; ; ". ?; tl ays. : should lose no time in ren oving them to the to overwhelm our savage foes, and teduce to inform ycu of tl s measures thnt f

-C-..,:?-.7' After on motion of Mr. PRESTON, west, as their situation hoc mes more deplo them to unconditional submission. I shall have been taken, in ccnsequ! nce of the advices Ii' f.

, -Hct'x..::''-- The Senate adjourned. rable from every day's d':slay. The whites bo anxious to hear from You as soon as Practicable received from Go /ernor Clay,. and frollJ' :

.-.' .. too among them, and in their neighborhood, particularly in reference to the receiptof other quarters, to present or y. Hostile move i 1'e;

; :.}.'f HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.TUESDAY are I kept in a most unenviable situation as the public arms. Please write by the return ments of the Creek Indians. "

. tt ,1 :4. ; : May 3, 1S36. long as they are detained, being under contact and acknowledge the receipt of this.I General Scott hs-n rlir acted to (turn his l f(

e 6\ excitement and alarm from their move- am, sir, very respectfully, attention to that quarter; sos>on as the opera i '
The House met pursuant to previous reso- ob'dt. tions in Florida will rmi!. The President
ments and threats. The alarm to some has Your servant. p : .
4, MI; of the United States passed at the tventy- lution, assembled at 10 o'clock, A. M. been so that they have abandoned their C. C. CLAY. has declined ordering :he miMia to bo called } ,.tt..
great 9
fourth Consents. -first Session. Immediately after tho reading of the jour- plantations and removed to this side of the out aj present but h< will anction such n

-- nal of Friday I CREEK DIFFICULTIES.We measure, if the hostile design, of the Indian ,
[PUBLIC, No. 17.] liver, profering to lose a crop this season to I.
t Mr. Pir , Aiact making further appropriation for suppressing House to the following effect: them. is meaut that every thing relating to it shouldbe be taken, or Gel eral! & ott interfere.-
I, Indian hostilities in Florida.J Mr. Often as Death has already And the officer :Mount Vernon I ,
J Maj, Howard with his command still occu- properly understood We do not censuro commanding a : .: I
it enacted j jry the Senate nnd House of been this session, he has has been ordered furnish; for mi-
us again to
'. amongst pies his station near Bryant's ferry on the the executive of Alabama for making prepar- at ms, any : a t
prNIPntath'es of iho United States of AmejnCongress entered within these walls, and taken another, litia that be the ,' '
of hostile foe on requisition -
L Georgia side of the Chattahoochee, and keepsa ations to resist the agressi.ns a may necessary uj ; ;
:u assembled, That the sum of and one of the most excellent members, of Ho the we of his motives, of the Governor e f Alabat m. To be nre- '": : r
their movements. on contrary approve
: n m:llion of dollars, be, and the same isseic'jy this honorable body. Yes, sir, Death has will vigilatit no doubt eye promptly upon repel any incursionsor but we do reprobate the conduct of those who Jared for any sudden i lovemer t of the Indians. .;

- appropriated, in addition to former ap- again been amongst us,-and it is in conse- depredations which be made by the are continually sounding the cry of danger the company: at Augu ta, has I een ordered tn I ;;

! 'j i;rnpnations, for suppressing Indian hostilities quence of one of those sudden and awful dispensations may when there is none to be apprehended. Fort Mitchell, and ths troops ; t Fort Monrec.,
L" Indians! on this side, should they attemptany. .
uFlonda, and tint the same shall; be expenwhniLe of Divine Brovidence, to which Is this community never to enjoy a season and New Yerk, to h"ld' them elves in readi- f&

.. 1 manner already provided for by however painfully we may feel them, it is our It will be seen by the subjoined Letter from of repose I Are interested land speculator ness to move at a moments IT irning. r l

I S u.: duty to submit, that I now rise to announceto the Executive of Alabama to Gen. Shearer, from Alabama and Georgia, longer to palm A message has be<;jn address ed to the Creek :'
JAMES K. POLK. this House the decease of late honoredand Chiefs direction >f the Pre udent dissu d. t
t. Speaker oi'thc House Representatives: my that he also is taking due precaution against off their deception on the public\ 1Vho believes : by f"
lamented colleagueRiciiARD MANNING that the Creeks are about to assume a ing them from any hostile acta ins, and urging i '-r"
; M. VAN BUREN, Hostilities in that State; and we hope, the demonstrations -
TPresident of the I United States and He left this city on Friday last on a visit to making, which have already hostile attitude towards the whiles We an- hem to prevent then young n ea from con'- .

1 l' President of the Senate. Philadelphia, and died, as I am informed, at been commnnicated to the Indians, promptly 3Wbr no'one. nilting' any. And the Supt rintendant an. ,; ih i'

r Approved April hh 1836. that place on Sunday evening of a h rmor- tg punish any overt act of war will overawe The idea of a war with the Creeks is all a Military disbursing Lgent of e nigratlon, ha\'t-* i

- ANDREW JACKSON. rhage produced by the rupture of a blood ves- them, and prevent them from breakidg out in humbug. It is a base and diabolical heme.devitled been instructed to watch! the oroceedings ol ,
sel in his Surely, if there i the Indians narrowlj and to L isten their r-i-
ever was Moro this by interested men, to keep an ignorant : Y
I [PuLicMol&.Jaulhorizo; J JI open hostility. we cannot expect, ,.
which could teach moval. Very Respectful ,
event from their y
an us, poor Destitute race of people maintaining
remain where
lact they they are. -
as Ung as
to the : t'
: construction of railroad ;
a t Your ob t jervant,
I shadows we are, and what shadows we pursue and and without other just rights, and to deprive them of the small a
the lands starving, any
, through of the Unted States
C I.
this is one which should impress that fraud violence the retnaininS pittance placed under their control, z
t Springfield, Massachusets means than or to satisfy '
lesson deeply on our minds. But a lew days through the munificence of the government.We' Chief t Olerk War Department. :
: He it enacted b the Senate cravings of nature, no threats or impending
} and House of lion. D. II. Lew s, Honse < f Rep, :
tyrwentatives: of the United States: of Amelia ago he was here, in his place, upon this floor, punishment can prevent them from robbingand do trust, for the credit of those con
in the pride intellect and vigor of manhood, for the necessaries of life. cerned, that these blood suckers may be ferreted -
plundering "
Congress assembled, That the Wes- shameful BREAKING ur OF THE WINTE!: '. IN CANADA. .
with his fellow members and their misrepresentations -
mingling freely par out,
We and her cannotbe
Railroad: corporation be, and they are and honors repeat, government agents The Montreal papers from t le 24th to titer
L ; tcreby authorized taking the cares of legislation, too and energetic in their steps for exposed.We .
k!Dds to construct a railroad on and discharging the high duties of a represen- have lately) conversed with many of the 28th of Aprilcontain accoun s of disaster .
heloDging to the U. States, in Spring- their immediate removal. also the by the breaking up of the ice m the river--. ,,t
l ld d tative of tho people in the counciU of the na settlers of the nation and supennten-
f Massachusetts, and lake for the securi'l"d EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT ) fronc the Herall! I of the 27iuApril f
tion. Now he is numbered with the silent : dant ef Indian affairs,and the unanimous opin- The following, 1
accommodation; of said railroad, or the dead. I know that it is customary, upon occasions Tuscaloosa, April 18, 1636. j ion is, that there is nothing like a system of gives some i it ea of the f rce of-the cii-; _

)? .aomnodaiion lard of the basmes thereof, a strip of this kind, to deliver (eulogies upon Maj. Gen. GILBERT SHEARER. hostility mediated by the Creeks; that the rent of the St. Law ence, at ontreal.: It r i-
I through or over tho said land of the stated that the ice in the i iver was hip!,
} the character of departed memSers But I Sir-I have recently received by express, chiefs are utterly] averse to a warfare with the '
.d:hi Stat s, not exceeding eighty feet in shall make no such attempt upon the present such intelligence from the counties of Russell whites; that it Ts foreign from intention to reSist enough to enable *' persons sis idiag on it >1"
; Provided That the location of said .I write their names o i the roofs ,f the stores lathe ti
which is corroboiatod that they are preparing to remove
1fo2d occasion. I could not do justice to such a and Barbour p fully by the treaty; "
through said land of tho United .1 character as his. To say that he was a man letters from captain Page, of the U. States and will in a short time, commence river." This n ust have be an an *..- t

x tes,6ball be submitted( to and approved by of sound judgement and extensive information army, at Fort Mitchell, and Maj. Howard, emigrating west of Mississippi.. dinary sight. To i> hose whoa *e nolactnaiu-| :- i ;
Secretary of War ted with the lacatior of those st res, we wou: i ;;
prior to the construc- leave. have :
militia They ,
thereof. -a. gentleman in the strictest signification commanding a battalion of Xlcorgia The red men must soon
: And provided also, That when.. subsist Ther remark, that they cm form *O[ e estimate (it f 4
little doubt which to
of the term-a man of sterling honor and neal the Chattaboocheo) as lestwts nothing left on prop '
lirSlnP\ of land shaH cease to be im- integrity-a devoted husband, and most ten that the Creek Indians in that part of the State erty has been taken from them-their tttock the height when ve inform them that t1. > .
or the purpose 1 of a railroad, or themmodation der parent-pure and irreproachable in all the mediate hostilities against the white inhabi- killed up, their farms pillaged? -and by whom roofs t large tores on South street u .

of the business thereof, that relations of life:-all this is true-perfectly tants. So strong is the evidence of a deter- By white men. By individuals who should this city, are about the same distance froc.. s

l&a.me shall: revert to the United States. true-and yet it conveys but a poor idea of mined spirit hostility, amongst those who have scorned to take such mean advantagesof the water those are which are' alluded to in ;

ved April r 9, 1836. the beautiful cluster ef noble and estimable i are usually) called the *Lower Creeks; that those who were unprotected and defence- the article below: '-
-- suffercl of '
I qualities that were concentrated in him. lIe I[ have despatched colonel Aaron Shannon, of less. Such villany may go unpunished in this This city yeste rday one tbi-: v.

IN SENATE. was mOle than all this: lIe was, emphatical I. this place, to the U. S. Arsenal at Mount Vernon world, but the day of retribution will most heaviest visitation' f of Provid mce which it ..

TUESDAY, May 3, 1836. I ]Iy, a patriot, who discharged all his duties to. with a requisition on Capt. E. Harding certainly) arrive.-Montgomery Adv. has ever fallen two to c ur'clock' lot Jo, the wi :.ness.ce in the Aboutafquarter river t t

RmlUage WRS received from the IIouse'tati'es his country with ardor and fidelity; and he who is in command at that place, for 2000 past
wit! at
to ,
: by Mr. Franklin, the clerk was a sincere and consistent Christian, who muskets and a sufficient quantity of buck shot (From the Federal Union) began move
r the island wharf an :i 1 terminatioi t of the. creek t '
ag the Senate of the death of the Hon. adored the doctrine of his Lord and Saviour. and ball cartridge for an ordinaiy tour of mil- The following letters will shew the viewsof with awl jl '
,cll in relation to the Creek and rose pile upon pile grandeur as i
RD J. service of his service. the government ,
in the
MANNING, Ii representativeJ He died, like a patriot itary Mr. Crinj an's wharf. The shed belonging r
declines far as
the Of South CarHna, and that the country-and his life as a Christian assuresme 1 have instructed Capt. Herding to trans difficult es. )Whilst the President up Mr. A. Shaw baa. be }
to m;
o l
Ue had of and deliver at Montgomery, the arms and calling out the Militia, his Secretary state t
adopted in the bosom
a resolution to go into that he is now reposing port the i if .
overthrown and al store amediately n-
i sanctioned if the ,
usual evidence of the estimation imnnitinn required, to you, or such officer] as that such a measure will be ,
mourning, by wearing crape on the his God. As an high bove the ice has i lien so high that many individuals -
Indiana become ,
of the more
tto Il8 a testimony of respect for tho de- in which he was held by the people of may be designated to receive them, _wl.tb the hostile designs have wrsten: thir nJml's'on the roof!: i
ed.l.r that In the mean time, I Their designs, it would ,seem, toa
his native State, it wil suffice to observe least possible delay. apparent. lar stoneslt1rebeloo to'Mr. Jolm
ti E8TON rosa and addressed tho Sen- he was repeatedly elected to the Legislatureof I have given Col. Shannon written instructions, careful observer, is sufficiently) apparent to The a Messrs.ini/1 &: .
take Try andjoccupied by .
to ,
of Alabama !
Lifollows that Harding should refute authorise the Governor
: South Carolina, once unanimously chosen in the event Capt. Messrs is ,
M r. and deliver the such measures as will not_ only Flatt, and Handfsidc Almost <*
arms, precautionary
President of that State' and twice elevated to or deline to transport
: The just read Governor total ruin the fron. wall l having, to a considerable
the and ,of ,
but safety
e. u order to demand their secure the lives, peace i
pon me the He is from &c. agreeably to my '
of seat in Congress. gone gone is
customary duty motor a extent lathe r io. distillery u
him citizens of that state. He has went accerding -
have to the
the him and required '
to :
ort!of USUal testimonY of respect to the. me whom he honored with his frieodghip delivery under his direction, and to his view of tho constitution as far mass of ruins anc a small be 1St} adjoining,

, q %mYdecea sad colleague, [the Hon. gone from this House which be adorned by transportthem own &c. to be in occupied bt a coo: er named 1ft bite, his "i:'", '
i LDJ deliver them in the shortest practicable time, as he can go, by ordering arms, ,
here will know him no
:: .stnltti. of the House of Rep- his virtues. place *, but what good aad two children 1 lias been bund in.the av.ilanche t, f
officer who be desig- readiness, at Montgomery ; '
and listen the tribute I to yourself, or the may
&tt never air' baR such an offi" more. He cannot to poor do the inhabitants of and its i eared the i nfortunate inmates t
would these likely
and take of arms
en He witnessthe nated by to t
tomb. cannot
performed with emotions throw biB you been crushed to death. Whiter
n' deeper upon where else hundred have
o I that there Russell or an
county, any
tIe ?rider whose melancholy influence deep and respectful sympathy manifestedby them at the same point. presume u sodden Tie\ had onterad the b:use but a si ort time, pre;
oo f'WI occca ion. this honorable body. No sir; he is gone can be no doubt that the arms will be obtain miles off on a 1

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; .:.. : : vUt2g to laVe his dinner when be was thus ;it up. The emperor it t seems, though for i L... -, i--- t fj"M .J_' -_- ______:;'._- _- "" FROM. TII Jij4CO'OC1IEE.i4. 1 ope you witi ft dt I&c .&me .

4 ; : t..,;." j. suddenly deprived of life. A great many long white reluctant, on the plea lhat it woulddisplease FL.ORIDIAN : The"folIo fii ng. 'k&eHtoite( $to from 'the: t A3tanceasId... ub1e. ".OWI 4','..
f :} .: mpQ have been employed since the fatal England has *" Yours i > .
I occurrence I latterly begun to manifest : Withlaco ch / tbx j dr&"ft.tb.y Jot ry respectfully
:. : ". in digging up the ice, in the hope of some"disposition to accede to the pro .' b.l iq L.LWALKER 1 ..

,:" -i-V/. recovering bodies, but they must bo so posal.-The conclusion I drew from tho above Jl JlW4\Q !!ll! fro'm tbe gallant little band Hrho hold! the poston LLC,

I crushed and mangled 1 that wo entertain but slated premises was that our naval force SATURDAY, MAY 21. that river.-It'is directed to the late Maj. ]Jajor M'LEMO &. 'Cwpai7..',:.

I '. .. : slight hnpes of' success. Tho work of destruction in this river would be considerably strenglh- ., .'.. .

"4 rt ._" occupied less time than we htve taken ned; and the fact which only came to my -FURTHER INDIAN HOSTILITIES-Intelligence McLemore who lead them t there.but resigned BOUNTY LIWDS.-Everj \h.!

..1 ; to write this it. The loss !bis command tq Capt. Mdlld'mafi; and survived hy
1 : !.' .rf" description knowledge subsequently some more shipsof has been received of the destruction: of llronger elide ice of the
4. .. ; ': ,'. /.. of property must.be gieat, and the expense of the line were in train of equipment in the but a few day after arriving home.-He U in I policy of c&.:..:.
of Roanoke the Chottahoochee liounty !o men who will --
., ?.:. q; removing the accumulation I of ice. on thevharvcs British ports, appear to corroborate my con the town on 1 t the grave, or he would be among',"the first to. h'eminole;: volunteer dU!
I '.? ; :;4 t.: '; \ something considciable.1 Two bat- jecture. by the Crc ls.-It conluined three stores in war.WjtWut the aid of
rush the rescue of his companions arms. e
: to
t, ; :: .I \ '" teajix which were on. the ice were lifted up I nnd about fifteen f.unilics.olhing is knownof J ed riflemen, t ;n thousand infantry '

t r. =. .: to the street at the bottom of the old market, NACIHTOCIIES, May 5th 1836. the fate of the inhabitants. is i l feared I On the death of Capt. Holloman who fell 1 1-liIc service a ad these can *nly "Gut .;I"

II. : i Jt- were there is water enough to float them. My deat Sir-The war in Texas i is closed- that" they have all fallen victim3 of savage I while strengthening the defences of his post I y bounties .ut( land.-Thou bo _
:: ; !(..>J' Since three o'clock the water has been rising there is no doubt ot the fact. Gen. Gaines the command devolved on Lt. Walker.-For oda'c "
cruh '.-There were about thirty men in the Ben from Teni
I .q'":".. a good deal, and fears arc entertainad that the has recalled! his flag which was despatched lo ) six long weeks they have been alone in the essee and.Kentucky Cotij" .inlisted -
I ...t the head town who had voluuleered for the defence of 1 in a fc v weeks, if
all Santa !
t : tJ.l danger i is not yet over. quarters of Anna, and orderedhis wlderncsn more than a thousand they Were
ajisauVd by eelrf
t ".., : Considerable damn c has been sustained on men' to return to Fort Jessup. the place.-They were completely surprised I 1 bwed an inter jf in the [country whi'i \

;<;' ::.. the borders of.the ChMejuguay river, by the. i I: sqnd you enclosed a list of the Mexican\ and little or no resistance was made.-Two warriors.-This: i is the number reported by re expected to canquer.-There, j is

;, 1 ': unprecedented height of the water. It rose officers killed and taken in the late battle- persons only escaped on board a steamboatI tIidians themselves, to have been employed ing the mat er. -unless this not '

": ,' four feet higher than it his: ever been known. we have correct information from moro thai L I) ing at the. wharf.-Georgia and the neigh in besieging the post.-Lt. Walker is as d, the Scmbc cannotbo'cr.insula.T ooeuurt beaiopt.

&! : ';.::' ; to do before, carrTed away hou' c ,bndfTes.&c. 20 letters. Santa Anna crossed the Brasses modest as he is brave, and cautioned bis messengers expelled rrcaa .
I : ,;' Mr. Couillard lost about 50 ininots of wheat i at Fort Bend 20 miles below San elippe.: boring stages, will at length be roused from against telling large stories.-We ] e conduct of go"eroae .

.J.: 31r. John Macdonald about 2000 bushels of : with 600 men: ; after he took his position near their lethargy, and ihp red man:: will be swept inclintSto I ioUed upon as niggardly This w&aW .u:
the the
also belief that
t : ; :: ashes, and his pntashery received considerable Lewisburg he was joined by 500 more. Ho from the face of thejarh.; Ought not the are ., : enemy I.een the first n easure adoped by .

L -; damage. The grist null is also much in : i immediately commenced throwing up abreast fate ol Roancke to bo a !lesson to the citizens has suffered fnorp severely than is represented I 1 jcvernmenl; on)ihe.tace of the tlobt aD1 ut

t ,f.;. jured. About fifteen rafts of square timber work-but before he had finished his Tallahassee ? A portion of the town al in the leutcr.-1)'rom the commencement of land l and Spain five bounties of .
I; t.: :'; .nnd about: of cuidvood and rails were carried breast works Gen. Houston charged the siege, not ?shol has been fired unless at )land Qof j tia,.
upon least should! be surrounded with stockades.- and !all *
!t.v':, : off, and went under the ice, the loss ofwhich him with only' 900 men, and two six pounders a particular otCt, and as t.here.ar. some of peace, f our Jitailale to d0i I
l will There may be nojmmediate danger, but cau t imo of war 1.1 war, too, of
rain l
i. ;:' many who have engaged: all I Houston led the charge in person, he kcplup the best shots in Jcffr rson county among them, treachery, aaau.
I l'4 '' the winter in lu.nbering.: From St. John's I a brisk fire upon the Mexicans, with liis tion is the parcnt of safety. t ination and an buscade, iu which the

; 1 I r V.'t' we learn that the ico on Like Champlain his: field piecas charged with hi* field pieces _- many must have been killed.-The Indians i is required to e ink every 1tJdie,

I i :) T broken\ up, and that a 1 bo) .itvns expected at St. charged with grape and canniilor shot, but Letters were reccivcdfroni: the \\ ar Department confiding in lleir overwhelming numbers, at 1 lobe drprired i/Mn8 necessaries sacrifice aD4

j 1 ;.1:(" 10 John's on Sunday. The Chambly Canal has not a rifle was fired till within pistol shot of l by our Executive, Wednesday first approached within point blank rifle dis- i an it be ,ed that of fier_

.! I ; :;'!: :; been free of ice for some days and boats have, i the Mexican line, when Houston formed his evening which we learn were entirely satisfactory. distancebut taught by the unerring aimfof our expcc men will e it

'!":';"1': been passing through it, principally laden with I l line and rushed over their works, at the same .-Ttie most active measures will betaken men, they have latterly kept at a more resj' e* i uch a war for :'be m .sMabl.' f' U IlCtoreip!
.:, J' boards and lor the Xew York II I t time in them dollars a mont !
} pinnies market. pouring upon a most destructiveand ful distance. the attack of the 15tha
'. for the defence of ihj frontier, and per -During
: '. -The breach mide in the bank of the cagal I deadly fire from their rifles. By offering -ounties of land the

!:< ':;. a short time ago by a strong south wind, i is The moment Houston's men cleared the haps to carry the war into the enemies coun chief who had made himself conspicuous till be spcedil' settled with a

:''f'lti:.:, considerable. It is rob; ing repaired.Revolution breast work'.thty? drew their pistols and knives try, at least to drive him brjoml the Withincoochee. : -_ was brought down by a marksman. Four or !,opulation.T ic country hardy .

I ;.:,o ::. I ___ and the work of death commenced in earnest .-One thousand stand of arms and five Indians sprang forward to his assistance: yithlocoochee, Clear water bordering and oa t lh: (

tc'' j ,,', :. is procl.iimcil (from that centre -the Mexicans bioke in every direction. fifty thousand .cartridges are on the way from and all fell at one firo over his prostrated bo Tampa,hau I II I
delightful! l and h
D" :/:.! of revolution, the city of P.ui-i i which! is destined The battle lasted not more than ten minutes.; Mobile. and seven hundred stand have already dy. ;ahhy climate! at all souou, I
: j ; to far the Al the time of the ? y .: Christian
!J ; sweep as as : religionextends I charge Anna was orange uj
aLa The Indians losses
anived from Tampa, two hundred: ascribing own: and I
,, : ..:::. its influence, not by dint of sword orbiyonct sitting in his carriage in the rear, surrounded I I nulbery, by wh ch white families canbacoo.
the United States. A bill i is aljeady the invincible of
soldiers of witchcraft
f ; I, -- courage our men to
: .. ; or by that ol( villainous! .siltp''tie' hut L by his stat1; he immediately mounted his horse t ortably mainai! : led with little labor. Let C
3; Il- .. by the mere (forco of example aided by the n and rode oft This was about four o'clockin ;; before Congress, to enable the Presi fired silver bullets in accordance with a {:iven to the sol lier who wins it and tile I I

itT..v.; .. .' more effective force of ridicule, and the potent i the afternoon.: Houston followed the dispersed dent to accept the services of volunteers and 1 well ,known superstition prevailing among its taken tLoipn."ent .

I 1k 1 .,., dread of being oil ol" fa-hion ; a dread I| Mexicans till dark. Santa Anna was before many weeks a thousand: western rifles them.-This circumstance was attributed by being up in large bodies for

.;\'.'; more tyrannous in its efleets than ail the thunders so closely pursued that he took to the swamp, will come to our aid. our men to a want of other kinds: of ammunition plantations.
;It 1 :, ." of the Vatican in its U\'d: of undisputed I i and he was taken the the next day in the disguise --
.f) but it is known that they !have acquired
:..;.: supremacy. It has been decided that woman of a common soldier, he was not recog- Scott has uritien officially to Washington .tGVSTAGLOaCIA: May li&
'4 :t.t. shall return lint nised {till IGei. I- ; had enough from the various sugar houses: DEAR SIR-Be that
...;u once more to simplicity; of attire brought to Houston's camp whenhe ieving Congress wwkl! ,re-
(;:. which! prevailed at ths close of tho last was asked to be brought to Houston[ and: that not more thin six hundred Indians they have destroyed to lust them many years nain: in session< u ttii July, having before thea: i

.';l'..i.i and tho beginning of the present century, and then disclosed himself. He was immediately! have yet been embodied Tins statement --No wonder the: savages thought this Inzer subjects ol the greatest: importance, till\

j 7 ,. was the offspring of that revolution which:! recognised and embraced, by those of his officers was undoubtedly levelled at Gon. Gaines, but little land in league with the deil lo be able .vhich our affairs ,vere unconnected, I set cut to

: ... ,.., cost a Bourbon his head ; that Mnplieity i of who were present. There were seveul has recoiled on his own: head, and will display to withstand a forco which foiled and defeated I nake :a flying via t to Tallahassee! to settle? meifiairs
,., '.1. attire, which came in with Brutes ,. and(:1 officers in Houston's who had of busines I
crops army his failure in more glaring colors-Our readers Gen. Scoll. The ihis : find here au alarm of IB-
bravery displayed
r: was intended to give the: fair, the derinsd fie him, in Mexico, and immediately ; by Hans in the lair edtate
recognised will!! bo able to give"a shrewd who the : vicinity of Tallabaswr.
:- '. guess little band of heroes the ,
,. and isasexlraordinary
: glue fascinating presence of antiqvo stat him. lie has offered to surrender all his and the lower Cn eks in
a disturbed
/"H; ues. force distinguished citizen of Florida is, the author cold-blooded indifference which could very ttafeinder -
They are no more to emulate thu gra in Texas, munitions ef war, &c.-to ihus these: circu .istance I hare
; :, .:. ces of a tub, a3utch cheese, or a watch box, acknowledge the absolute independence; of a similar letter wLich we copy from the abandon them to their fate. of considcrH die
:: 'r. ". sleeves Federal Union. Consequences p ( rediag,or returning,t to Wui
big are to vanish in the air bustles Texas, and to remain
; a
hostage for the ratification The bearers of this leltcr embarked
It. : : at 11o'clock :I ngton. If I proteed busines-j is oulcf
one of whjch we presume the crook backed of the Irealy. thequtv
:; 3 when >> at night, in a canoe which had been lion, and one nun could do: but little ia dtfaa
"" he took
tyrant wore an ailing-"come Houston led the charge most Another express arrived on Thursday from
: II"; :. bustle, bustle, caparison my sleed": -bustles his horse killed under him, and gallantly received, had Alachua bringing accounts of more massacres perforated during the siege with rifle balls and :)f f the Country. > Whatever mischief could kJane

; :.r are doomed to fall. "Wet drapery i is to wound in the leg. a and so leaky in consequence thai constant balingwas -, in all!! prob: bllity, has been iccoropGiid

'" :. ..'' be the order of the daychanging garments and: I have no time to give you further particu depredations, and confirming the prcvi..ouly rcquired.-They heard the Indians on rhe session of Ci ngrcss, it was supposed, vouUi YII..

: /: '''' ;: as few.as possible of them. Under the new lars. : received accounts ot the deplorable both banks of the river trying to intercept them > protracted by 'iedisturbedsateofourSouth* II.Ie

E r r :': ', i egime! there will, therefore, be no: hiding of Your obedient servant, 1 state of that countrv. but favored the darkness western Frontier. Appearances: iu that quarter, g
by the
K ::43 i bad figures, and beauty ulil walk about pretty P. A. MORSE. they escaped wve changed. I have long believed that the lor*

.l I,L" ...;.t..' mi ch unadorned. .-.. -- _, WORSE AND ,r ORSE.- The 4th Regiment thousand daugeisvhich beset them and arrived .T Creeks have rn ditated war, and we,in Middle I:

,, ,E .-t..v.'Jta SPA IX. c; OUTHEY'S( EDITION OF-CO\VPEU.-JIt.sl- -w of Infantry has been discharged:: by Gen. Scot on the coast before awn.-They were Florida, hem.in ihe >cay of their junction wiii !the

c. '*;/"> The S rsiion of ihe cozies opened on the I'alliitieJ Volume in the style of Byron,Scott, Edgcworth as no longer necessary in Florida, and ernb.iikiil iifed on near the mouth op the Suwannqe by 5erninocs.! I did lot suppose, until I armedlxre 11

j Ur.t : i. 22d March: with a speech by the beautiful tered.4-c. The 1.works price ot S i.3S William, in embossed Cowper cloth, cotiprisinff and Jci- : for IMobJlo In th.. ci(>.imer .Mfrrhant a party. in ambush, but were too far out to receive that the Army of: 000 ",auld bediichargedk2Ptag a

-I-'r.. .'1' quee fcgcnt, which is long and well writ. his Poems, Correspondence Translations EdiU No soldiers have arrived at St. l\blk3-our any iujury.- Their appearance in lowu : all Middle Flo ida, at the mere; of the b* I

v-;, > ten but not very explicit. The recognition I 'The J by ROBERT volume SOCTIIET, Esqr. LL. D. informant was lead into the error by the fact was hailed with the most lively testimonials of hans. 1.J.1.a

'.,.,::.:, of South American independence is i: averted cf Cowper present, by'the Editor contains, with a a portion fine Portrait of the of Life the I of the above regiment touching at \ppabchicola interest.-'t seemed as though they had risen I shall g(" immei lately Washington,and eaieavour J.r

,' to more decidedly than any other topic. Poet, an c\quitite Vignette, by Goodall, and a richly '! supposing as a matter\ ot'COllr.sc! that from the dead, for a report bad previously : to have a' rangements rnade fur the pro.
.:.: An address engraved Portrait of the Poet's .' ection
expressing the firmest confidence Mother, by H. Robin- I ; of Middle 'loriila. I ann only five sty
., this regiment was intended for the reached tare that Gen. Clinch had
: dclt-nce
: in of
: M. attemptedto
Mcndizdhdl rl
and ,rum
1 signed by more son.The Washiu ton, and shall be therein fire morr.
/ following extracts from a host of Middle Florida God relieve the but found O \,
than 500 grandees of favourable protect Florida she post, the garrison
Spain merchants ; I
.. .... aud notices of this important publication am very res )clfullv"yours!
; manufacturers, had: been presented to thu The refined perceptions of a true:critic, and the is betrayed by one, whose duty it was, to pro" massacred.-The most prompt measures were JOSEPH M. WHITE pti

t' : queen. refined sympathies of lect and defend her taken for their relief.-A volunteer WILLIAM
.. ,: a true poet, are employed thro' company WILS"S' Esqr.
L' 4 '.. The arms of the queon have bcon rathersuccessful out ; ar.d the natural style of Dr. Southey's nan.lI I has been raised in this and the adjoining a
live .
:" is couu
*. of late; On tho 19th Gen. Kd-: altogether delightful. He brings many BLOCK HOUSES. The At GadsdtDClU1I-
new and valuable materials nJnirale! defence lies to attempt the arduous a meeting the Citizens! '
d. ,, to his work, in the enterprise.-Col.
4\\ .. partero had a severe brush with the Carlists .uL' original letters and anecdotes which throw slnpu new which has been made by Captain I folio mn ut's Augustus Alston commands the Loon tr* convened at th eourtjjouse in Quinty.oa rIt: r
under < volun-
.; Eugia at Ordunu, in which l light on the he
t' the latter subject has chosen. He has had ac 14th of May, 1836 to take" into wnsideraiwa thC
command the
J- Withlacoochee!
k 4. .f sustained cess: to the or. bhould! give teers. The expedition is commanded
'Q a loss of SOO.-The Chnstinos\ had very valuable collections of Mr. Unwin and by Col.) I state of the and f fati*
; r.; : also I Lady HcsKeth hitherto greatly mutilated if confidence to our citizens who Road and consists of country, to adopt measures
... recaptured the fort of Bulmaccda taken nut alto reside in exposed eighty rm-n.-Thev : safety of the eaeoHUic \
gether unpublished: : and the same, against our savage
publishers have ta
.. : ':: some time since, by tho Carli tg. It is said at his disposal those early poems of Cowper placed which situations.-It is within the means of I embarked; in a steamboat yesterday for the Creeks and Ser linel .Indiarw, who hubetll J tS.

I that the queen regent is about to join the were written for the cousin he loved the almost every planter to erect a Witlilacoochce from whence .
: army circumstances buikli.ig which I they vii: proceedin and ate floW cnmnriitliimg depredalioos upon .!toe S.pI
;I in connected with the I
i.- preservation of .
person. which
i; :,' There was a in touching-so characteristic of the arc devotedness so extrcmcly will bid defiance to the predatory bands whicharc a foitified boat.-Whatever bravery and properly, and dcsti jving the lives of ourritizcoi: pIn pIo
P.js the
: \ .t.- )March that Don report Miguel had; embarked on 30th ot women and of the beauty of a love sustained laying waste the frontier.-The Indians skill can accomplish will be performed.. : The Kev. Jtssc COE: ; wis called to the flair,

!, "E'.. {i.- Civil Vecchiu for Spain intending to join the at: I we throngh have hopelessness.seen in works The.f this illustrations nature."-are Examiner the best arc destitute of that moral courage necessary God grant that this, effort to save these brave and U. H. M. Diy DSOX was appointed Secreta .:

"I ..h4K ranks of'Don Carlos. -'v." 15. to engage in a contest on equal terms, whatever men from destruction may be crowned Vith ry. The meeting addressed by time Chairm2 .
i .! ':. "The praise which we have bestowed the and CHAHLKS: H. I oPoxr' Ksqr-&: who **&"* .itIt
the bo
f PORTUGAL. bellishments upon em may disparity numbers; besides suc.cess.-It an enterprise that would ItR
of this opening volume of the works of grace : the object for wliic f they had assembled Ws!
? Advices from Lisbon to the 20th March\ Cowper, scarcely comes up to their merit and such is the value placed on the lives of their thebest days chivalry.-It is projected by the rested
t i most on motion of C,, H. DcPowr Esqr.it was : C(
,' but there is nothing of importance. Great certainly no praise can overrate the high character of wiarriors, that hardly any advantage will induce noblest motives and is surrounded by a thou- .1 tCHi -

I. this volume that Commit of Bsisting
: } preparaions were making: for the as a literary production. The edition a t > seven,
of sand
promises to be of them to risque a. certain loss.There dangers. M'BIIJI prt.i
i' i* \ t.he.prince consort and the immediate permanent and sUlpLSsing"eI.. LKS LYX,J MCS ClBSOff,
"t .. .I of the royal marriage. It was solemniation lue.-Qurl"The first Journal, October 31. is hardly t'n instance in the history of the CAMP M'LEMOBE, 10th May, 1836. DA.XIM.' L. KEWAW. ISHAM JOHIrS01f, JAJO Gu- !
rumor- volume of the J1
7. M ", ;:: i; cp that the duke do Palmel'a! hid teen recalled at last, and it seems to be worth of Olney waiting has for.appeared Wostvhere -a block house has been taken! by Major: M'LEMORE GORT, Enquires auf Dr. THOMAS Ir.&o., })e-Ip" :JeY

f to the head of flairs! and the marquis dc In externals, it vies with the most ebgant of those them, except by surprise.By DEAR SIR :-We have remained here the whole pointed to report iat measures, may --- .

I b'J t Loulo dismissed. For.the queen'd sake we it which will have preceded it ; as regards the Poetical \Voi ks lime since you left us, and were attacked on the sary to take for the safely of our Country. in'Vi
"i the
f .*J i hope this J latter may bo true. Vet appeared.present"-Snectator.most complete.. October edition 3L which has letters from Fort Dranc, we learn, that 12th April, at the dawn of day, by a large body 611 motion of Co one! JOB C. LwtbeCW

|( .,<, We copy from the letter of the Morning There is no one- among our living writers who the Indians have planted large quantities ol: of Indians: -since which .time, we have been surrounded manas: aJJeJ to he Committee. S ar 121

'' .7if.I Ilerald's correspondent, the following paragraph unites research, taste, and sincerity (the three great corn, and wiil have an abundant supply of by them, almost continually, and have had The meeting the adjourned until half pan "Iin

j ',.// relating lo'lhe supposed desire of our South requisites of a biographer,) so delightfully as Doctor provisions for tho iixt upwards of 20 fights with them, and have had o'clock P. M.
:: and it is almost canmpmigu.-It: is
; t. ftr; government to obtain a portion of territory in work is y as; readable for its anecdotes superfluous tasay, that his unfortunate only two of our men killed, ELI SBALT, on the The meeting con' ened pursuanl to:a j u I

I I:-. i .4 A frica.I ry sketches, as for its clear, manly and and elegant couiernpora-style. every way, that active operationswere 13th April and Captain HOLLOMAN, on the 3d o and the proceeding if the nwruing beB II JUd,

"'.:: ,tl ihe letter is dated Lisbon March 9. As regards elegance of lorm, and beauty of jlJus ration so early stfsjjeiided. has enabled the May, and five others slightly wounded. The las: the following prearr !We and I't olut tiol1l,wcreo&r. ..&1).II)

f' l-. :, I staled to you in n former letter tWit Jherd of Cowper's, we can have Woiks no above hesitation any in which placing have this edition Indians to cultivate th-ir: lands( in quiet, while oi the Indians I think, is 15 or 20 killed. On th< ed by the CommiiU ;, and unaninjou lr Jd P .II))
.al hitherto
'k :( is an American svuadron expected here to con appeared. Alhtnitum Ociobtr 17, 1835, our own citizens have been driven from their 15th April we had an engagement with 4 or 50* i "The Committee appointed in pUlltlloce r ,,!

.. : sist of North Carolina 90 gun ship,. Potomac 1 t exhibits that car and judgment in the collection plantations by their marauding parties.-It is Indians which lasted two hours and forty-fiv : foregoing resolution: having taken into coa tr

f p-4( .:, I' and United States frigates John Adams corvette and them treatment into a of clear tl.i! .materials and copious that narrative fckill in interweaving now ascertained, that Gen. Scott's army pa *std minutes, during which time, they got posscs io i lion the matters si !bmitted>> to them, aad I aU) ,

;;,.. ;, their und Iwo other smaller vesseld.: On graces and attractions of style, which wele,to and be li.use lojkeJ : within throe miles of Powell's strong hold, of our flat, which drifted down the river, and wis information ihe} ha ;;c been able to pr cure, 'O',

4; : arrival the commodore is to shift his for from one who has already shown himself such and within fifteen of Camp McLemore destroyed by them-So we have no means of ge> the Creek nation in Alabama and Colum1tuJl : Cf
'i j''.l 1' flag. from the Constitution (now r fri this porQ) n consummate biographer. It has all the charm of a on therithlaeoocf'le4l. ting away from here, without relief from State of Georgia b leave to submit.the fIJoI' .
t.'T':" to the orth.Cutohn beautiful work imagination,combined with the \ e I g
.. The ostensible:: object plea suurc?, as we have nina roan with who knoT resolutions
sure derived from us
1 for which the conviction of its truih. The -- vs tog
; .: \ trade in the they come is the protection! of their volume is beautifully brought out."-Morning\ Chronicle A proposition* has the geography of this i) country. Resolved, That i > the prestnt enttrgen,it b
. l evenLof war with France November 10. lately been made to i ie- ,
if'i ;.;::: it is believed ; but .*'It 1 We are entirely out ol"every necessary of !life, recommended to iht. peuple of this Coc1I1! r
upon very solid ground that the IS eloquent th,.e slightest affectation of' troduce the Cuba BLPODIIOUND. The cornTahd lOr
4 .of purpose uiftied at is tar diflerent. labour, warm with sympathy and love for ths interesingnun I' neces- except water, and know not when 10 emily, both young j nd aged, to organi* Ibito
S ;i. \ : led States The Un; I who' is the subject of it, full of striking uuec- sity of havivg recourse to this ferocious animalis look for relfcf, as the time which you appoiu .ed selves into Voluntet companies, aid: arm !
: j .. to induce government the been long endcavonng dotes and fine discriminating sketches, and cmmpid to be deplored, but whatever may be the has elapsed, by 10 or 12 days, and we have lot selves properly, and meet as frequentfof. r :
emperor of Morocco throughout with the evidences of ; Oerf
a true
. I, ;1 ;;*1 sell one of his potts to them; and in order to to We aie quite urc there are some parts poet's of Cow heart.per's issue of tho present war, that necessity will heard' or seea any thing of the army-or any clh pose of musteriiig, tC. as may be rcqu 3

1-' i H.. put him in a good humor, hav ..made hio character and of his mournful[ history, on which Mr. still oxiat.-Should the Seminoles be obliged person, except POVTJLLI yelling devils and their Resolved, That be expedient to P' 4
1 lr :presenls Southey' researches will throw a new l.'ghu; The yells would have been silenced reJal1yC '. fJ
different '' long if tile information be obtained
to ,
. c at ( times amounting( altogether illustrations I submit, they will not be allowed to "ag. we lad that: can ..&0
t pictorial excellent carry .
are we
to the value $150,000. ; arc particularly with men enough, for you may rest: assured, dear sir the hostile ttdtude and'intentions of the v'
The frequent visits pleased with the portrait of the poet's mother: in them the slaves which they have cup- that there .... I
t J American ships of war to the Moorish; every view this is not merely the best, but bcyoud all lured.-The country will still bo left are some fighting fowb here-poor fel- IndiansVaad thepromayhaveupon .bc! effect that thei .
, ,1 : ports having begun to awaken in the minds comparison the best, the most faithful and the most infested I. l lows, it is a great pitty that they should cvCruts, rve lh people of this COUllll
'I1. f.f.i i of our, rulers some suspici .n.ofwhnt public fascinating"memoir of Cowper that has ever met the with bandilti, which can hardly be exterminated -for they have fought well. that the Colonel of he Sib RrgimeDt Ae,

.I; forward, nrkhfbemg guessed that England 8 going "The eye.work-will Carnarvon become Ilerald a standard, November classic: 7.its style by any other means.-While! the wcr lasts I I The sending this express, is full of danger, ird to procure theservM esof.ucha nunbe ', ,.1,:. J

: .1 ;- would not fail to throw) every obstacle I In the is pure, sweet, and c ntin\Wus-ita arrangementjudi the employment of this animal would effectually has been delayed on that: account, hoping that the leers as may: be req. tired to carry tba ....

: : way of any arrangement of that nature, the fully cious, and as far as it has gone,we think the execution deter the enemy from separating into boat might come to our relief till we have given into elt ct, 1 ]
; adequate to '
; Yankees (it is surmised have our highest expectation. The embellishments smell it out. I am under the belief \. ,
that IO
) We should General S neioivcd there are
: ; only withdrawn ate in a style of high excellence, The parties.- have no scruples : their squadron from the Mediterahean in order portrait of his mother is intensely bcBQtiAtI.-' Cajgoto in calling to onr aid a brute as ferocious and Wrote to you that he would come and JIet the :torn cations of 8 hotile t a\the, mong the Indsa :" '118

1 to be able to pursue their object in thai Lon Courier. <&ALX November 12. blood-thirsty ai tbo we have which you brought here for the army. and relieve the Appalachicola r vet, it be respeetfuBJmeiidcd kln1
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; quarter unobserved, by feigning to have given us himself-this is, perhaps,tBe cause of the of the Territory .. .;...
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tLeir neutraWl. >ROM TH* KlVt OELtAKl "
r tCt ry 10 pt'tS'Ve .$ tOLiiDMarcb25 tte.wlialehtp AwashonVs, of Falmout at the Indian abd of forcing them to unconditional i \fb. whose memo, thjf cotter. is a slight tribal of r?'

Ite In14iately .n' JiiHrngMatain ? 1836. Fejee Island The names o1he of 1 killed I mrasion, rem ina yet to be dlf There will be sp4ct, due to I ia.w\. He was of &eTe1'lil 'hildrc") .
lh Governor. I are, Frince Coffin, of AlexriGardnerof no the 9fa tvn-oat arrived a& the of manb od, and 4
his i Excellency, *'. "hneu dutordeH of considerable roaraSde Nantuckt captah I ; difficulty in the latter, if General Ganes1 movement ajje
t 1"ba1 do. S' ofito.SU has about to walk forth o" the sUe of active life.
disp'.or l the c0 ; vim, not so alarmed the Indiana as to three
at the ; coramitterf-by Mand his soldiers, and a Capt. : Two tinoe, he left ibis to eta h.:sltudies..at
t., pia. 200 stand from roap( ; all of whom, we learn, havi:; sresiding them to scatter and fly. years city comp
Regimen, Guanajuato namei Dr. R.Pmuj of His ndevtn
S* becoming University Virginia. i
d 0cfT or the .ec-nirewenis, anti completely disgusted, I obtiined permission at that place. The !ame of th seamen As far as we are able to learn, there beinff a TC- 1 ting rectitude and high toned principles of honour .;

ntb *e necessary the chizens of to proceed in advance of that bodv, and kile are not I\pen. The the horrid trans- ry great difficulty to procure the services ol run- l the amiability of his disposition 4-conciliator deportment | m\
l be distributed among myself with General 'a look pl have not been able".to I learn. nerd and spies, the Indians arc still! embodied in had en tared him to all his youthful as ociatc. A B'

o the c'elt, that the present emer- so, and joined the latter in San rrea Patricio.Division. I did The ship had arrived at Oahu in charge >f the 3d the swamp of the Withlacoochee,_ at or near the and his 'xeml,Ury conduct and intellect *'ript bcyoi.it. -;4, .J>

L(tf. 10 I reached the dead Before jnjite, Jones, a young man aged abut is years, place, they first encountered General Clinch and his years," h id secured the approbation anc esteem "
Agua Duke
- f1J1l rtQU1re It. H. DcPoKT, Eqr.IrJR'i bodies of foreign. nelongingto Falmouth, who i i urviving subsequently General Gaines. If so, we shall soon of his elders n aee. Devoted the pursuit of literary -
* That CBAELE. er* alreaSy mangled by wild Seasts, appeared by officer. The circumstances ihs bloody search them out and finish the work knowledge. From the hour of entering lie Uni- !t- B,
Ji I attending assigned Us. *
beLt pJ and Dr. M. NICIULSOJI I be ap- I the way ; and in San Patricio I saw the "raves of aflair, as near as we can ascertain, area? follows : All the movements of General Scultare n ftW tending yer av, he aj plied himself to his studies Vu i a diligence'aiid -* '- ."

r ) u> memorize! the! President the fallen, both of Americans and Mexicans. On -The Awashonks, while in live vicini' of the to that point whatever have III dour, that altraeled the admit tion jM l
( y causes conspired :
. Committee marching to the ruins of the Mission Kefu iowe "d fellow-sludicnls, and with uc ess that
dd a.
mol respccifully representdefcnccess Fejee Islands, run in near the shore, wht n a large hitherto to retard his movement His plans are preceptors from !'
' .' VJ States,. anti situation, i found the enemy in possession of the Church.Ve number of natives came on board in :he most now matured, and if the enemy has not fled, the caused the ntvuivocal bat compliment the conre c uion ie most of l\j
\ commenced the assault to juJ among
competent .
him 0fCX Indians on the one haiH, nnd5c and the action continued, 'ul at six in the morning friendly manner, bringing bread-fruit, y Ims, etc. duties assigned him must be completed, and in avery talented you'os, his com l""Cti tOts a.t ibatvatual( Ie school r
Creek midnight, when they which the aDd effectual It las I
the Jim to take they presented to captain olTicers. manner. he hadOB tmuls and nt Superior"_ is, this 1
f ** pO to on the other. requesting fled. They fought with an enthusiastic, valor equal They showed immediately on coining or deck, a i'J-e right wing of the army,one thousand eight virtuous I i.mbilion to gratify the proud hoj csof hK .. I ,'
( as the present emergencyfSiu to that of our own men. Several of our troops hundred his death may in i )me degree I'
our behalf great curiosity to inspect every thing hey saw, or one thousand nine hundred strong, parents and FieLds, that ,
were hot within four paces of the \vull! the enemy the lancet leaves be His htnlth was affect d at an
in this
U l:1ds. particularly harpoons, and s >ades, on its march to Withlacoochee, to .
lJ ea T. MrNno, the Secretary of being invisible, and their station only known the boats, and without the least suspicio i of their morrow. General Eustis, with the Carolians and early period after he left home, by hi> devotit ,1 to study ,' ;.

t1. o.lIti&fD or Dr. forward of from the voluminous flashes which! i issued from the mentions, Captain Coffin took these ini:.truments some regulars, amounting to nearly two thousand althougl 1 his friends in Florida, were but recently !
Ii- was requesed Ui a copy building. Our loss I that day, in kiled! and wounded of apprized ot it,and not until shortly brlbre. ;s rapid :
lirting out one ef the quarter boats and showed the men, crossed tile St. John's at Volusia,on thc22d, he !
of the TerriPK I and dan increase had rendered necc -sary
U Jin to the Governor amounted to 40 ; and of the enemy, 25 out of chief who came on board, the manner \\hjch l they and is advancing from the east t. the same point : should abatdon ercus his studies, and return home. On his i' 4 J

'. CLL to the Fioridian, Florida Intel- SO who fell into our handJ, as aUo some others were used in killing whales ; and while he wa's while Lindsay with a corps of Alabamians and journey southward, his health improved, & t Char: '. i i

. .1 ihe Evening Siar, Ncw York. whom: we found in the Church. But what au awful employed in doing this, hi: had occasioi to' step Flondians"eleven hundred. in number, is en his leston he addressed a cheerin ktler to his fa nil)', ex .

" and Colouel D. L. KE: AK, the meet.- scene did the field present, whe* these prisoners ..I brward a moment, and the instant his face was march from the Bay of Tampa, south. The pressing pleasurable anticipations of his rrivala-

r. totr o bJ on of were executed and fell dead i itifeaps ; and turned: a savage who had thc boaV spa ic in his three win ,:1pproaching the same point and so mong them A carriage was sent to meet him. in Georgia t

,1ajourve sine' dic.-' Chairman. what spectator could view it withquifliorror. I hand, aimed a bldw! at the unsuspectin ; captain disposed as to encircle it and cut off all retreat, i and al the lime when parents, sisltrs, rel uivcs, & 1 '

JESSE COE, They were all young, the oldest not mtife than 30 ; which instantly severed his head from his body.A must annihilate the savages ma few hours, or force friends were expecting his arrival hourly an J waiting *' J 1 ,
Srcretuy. and of fine i to greet hir j with n t:!: !!e to his home, ib sad intclhgence t
!4. DflDSOS, corn plexions.---W hen thesetyifortunate general rush was now made by the !savages iff* them to capitulate on our own terms, if they have iil'; 'in Lhre.ehours 1 !
1L youths were brought to the place of wrath, their overcome the crew, some of whom fl ;d below, not escapedIf they have, the work cf pttreaft: was announced, that -when Iii,
ride 'if tIle end of his he had ccn suc- ,
torQ rlOM THt RICHMOND; JNqt'tJ\F.a. lamentations and the appeals which t.ry uttered others aloft, and a part prepared therasc'ves' :t& sell! is left them ; and with the force, as is now organized denly taken worse, and had journey expired; in the tins cf nconnexion \ ; f

TYtLNTiT A ANA 10 heaven, in their own language, vmt'. extended:: their lives as dearly as possible. The r late, alter Cara: ui;::S, Georgians, Ala ba miai Floridians nd fellow-student, who had arc .!paniC'tl. : :;

Is ,fIIEflsW4T1NG $ CITY, April 2.1.IIl."ngr1tu1ate'ou.r arms, kneeling, or prostrate en the earth, were a desperate struggle, wrested the spade from time I and regulars, all imbued with a spirit of him from Virginia, before he could be taken from the ,:.

7theborI.! the result of the Vir- such as might have caused the very stones to cry native who had killeti the captain and laid him rivalry, it will be next to miraculous if we cannot carriage.The I.

tra r.ttJn lie out with compassion.We dead on the deck; when he(the mate: ) i rent below overtake the Seipinole and bring him to tjubmissimi. beautiful apostrophe of Byron to th memory t.;
various mrt
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N 01\ .t the town where fur but returned Unconditional of Kirk II 'hilc is as apposite lo cur depart d 1'rieud, j
; e1td8flS. the passed through except a moment. on deck a .1d fought surrender is the parole : "no .
-. frnc tIl1 c\wI3.trl'\ c' .'-le.rrf'J1IIilc' sind( the, friends triumphlDtmltrir'IC oft the (fortifications and cannon, we found i nothing. until overpowered by numbers and ki led. 'j'he treaty" the watchword. as lo- him, af whom it was written : I J

a i i"w' certain', ; but ashes, rubbish and wounded men. The number 2d mate jumped overboard, and was k.ited"hile I write in great haste. The express is ready. Unh*| py White! white life -vra? in its s rio ;, 4'' I r ,

tit mav reswnaWvmticipalc a of the latter amounts to 116 Mexican; and 40 JH the water. The savages had now t ntire possession We march to morrow at day -light. Two days And thy y sung Muse just wave'her joyous wing, i i. t

SSTinnnii.1-" the Mlrntal election.larsHtEase foreigners, so badly attended, that it sickened me of the ship, and the chief lack the helm put us across the thlacoochee, and the' next, I The spoilt r came ; all,all thy promise fair, I .
tnil sin- .
cunveigo I to a Has ) the to sleep !
: t
.bra lilt ) events cnsi vhar shadows) to view wha suffering had been caused by the and steered her for the sforevilfi cla would undoubtedly trust, will communicate the tidings ut.a final termination Oh sough what a noble grate heart vras here Im-eyee.there undone, i

rr jqurtJD.( C0I111'8"!li-mk the, signs of the tin.es ambition of that ungrateful Austin. Previous to have grounded in a short tine, had i: of this war. I II When Sd:ICe' self dcstroyM. her favourite son !' .
;!e them; this 82 piisoners had been taken at the Copano not been for the of mind of lad I, I .1.- bra! .
Irt a i 1id thai i is, th.it the parch presence a young I -- Yet, she t >o much :nd:: rd thy purstn :
:1 e ;;not well he niisii: tL)1 be muled only! in one; c:1Jjrct; without ,firing a gun, as I hare already UifOTIt& by the name of Wood, belonging to .Vantuckrt, FROM THE MACoN MESSENGER.Another She soxv'd the seds.laurD8.\lt has ie\pM lIe fruit. .j

proves the w election. tit>i! the tiaginan,' you ; these are all at full lihcriv. who was wounded 13nct had fled to the en bin at the I Indian War !-Our accounts from Columbus 'Twas thi ie own genius j ive tt.. 6p-al blow ; ;
I' LlflfJet! tiu overthrown) and scattered There are now in this: place 250 prisoners a waitin" commencement of the massacre. Hejudged from Iud the vicinity are of a most alarming Aud help'1 to plant the wound that ia.'J i the : low : j :)

It, dil lf! be decisively'. : their death as pirates and incendiaries, there the known character of the South Sea Islanders, I character. A war has already been commenced, So the sir ick eagle strctch'd upo'n the pl.ur t J i :

.10 Hi original ira&meins. .Texas and being only two -.vho did not participate in the latter that if he could succeed in lestroying their chief, and a number ef citizen killed. The Creek Nation No more !hrough rolling clouds to soar aga:: 'i, J 1 f fView'd I(
to events in '
thick as ht, feather the fatal dart 1 j
:1dQ. RumllTs are crime. The, and saints in the Church own on ,
who the helm his followers would flee
images ( was at ,)
below the Federal Road all in and .
uf the arch ,Tyrant Santa; Anna.:i are arms, And wirt 'd the shaft that qiiiver'J in his h art ; 1 !
hC(LSIgf1S served them for fuel. There are in Guadaloupe The plan was no sooner formed than executed, i
e white have f falltn in with. -L
idthiltCc'llone11j3111HIIg with IllS corps oil killing every person hey Keen wcr s his pangs, but keener far to feel "
be ) u; 100 other prisoners who were taken at La Vaca. by discharging a pistol through the sky light, f L
lad surrendeied, under a promise L'herehas been less known *>f the hostility of those He nurse the pinion which. impelled the st :cl.
0- IboulSOOm "Mbc i I enlarged on their parole oCtoiiuurtt There is, as yet t, no intelligence from the divisions which instantly killed the chief; at the sight of above, hut it is most probable, that all are combined While th same plumage that had warm'd i is nest, t ,

:or tbatllsl: ';< dining the war, and which marched for towns of Austin and Nacog- which, !the! ship was instantly deserted by the sav and that the movements are simultaneous Drank th last life-drop of his bleeding bre at. tDepartd

< serve.ld: r'Mii'OOtlll however, wantscaii&iuuti'tn dochcx; bull will send YOU the first new that ages. Those ol the crew \rho hid themselves, through the whole nation. They commenced their this life at duincy on the 9t i of April I
in '
then murdered alM I sIII1 that I a )rrespIndencehUbl.fndelcClelI may come from that quarter.Y : now came on deck and immediately made sail for general work of slaughter on b1o day, the 10th last, Lieuu ALLEN SMITH, of the G; Jsdcn Vn i iluntccrs. "
i ; "(
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>in uhich Snnta / nna was at.ttDnin"toengije t. .,u will ;perceive that neither the rifles nor the the Sandwich Islands, where the ship" arrived in nstant. Previous: to this, en the 5th, Major-Wm.i. lieutenant Smith was among it c rtwh" jfj'1'

Indian tribes to un- douhle barreled uns with which the enemy are safely, under charge of the 3d! mate, as suited a- Flournoy. late of Potman County, ia i this state volunteered in thcdtTer.cc of the territory ) airis.tih- .. ?t.

re- ] numerous' under oftoing armed, nor the pistols which they carried about bove. Three of the crew W jttIh| [ Lirn agamt.CX:1S.: a promise ti tnem in such numbers, nor the sure aim with which nobly defending themselves. Mitchell. A Mr. Hobbs was killed while in bed Bay, on t furlough: with a view of rein .tlltin; hi* *!* .
a that Province pHil| thCZiI-3ii.I that lie health I I'\lt alas, the disease huh h? '\h1 a victim,
) they strike a dollar at so great distance, nr yet At the hast account the sloop of war Vinccnnes A letter l from Colonel Crowell, lhe Agent at Fort ; ,
it\ excite the Loui- had alrca made too an inroad n his coi.-
J2$11e: jling.thwugh insurrection agents, under a promise) to their artillery, have been of any avail against the was on her way to the Fejce and other Inlands Mitchell, dated time 9th, says that, "i four persons stitution.Jy He was esteemed great as a citizcrt up.especuc 0 t rand

toIDe 11111ia\'el! M them, and maintain themeposessum } intrepid Mexicans. Such they certainly are.- lying in their vicinity, but it is not probable! her have been kiled! and many negroes taken off in a beloHd ns a soldier. f ,
fold that State uj-on Horse and foot have vied with each other and commander will have learned the facts( in relation ,
I doubt the la'tcr as I think (ew days. That he had se-n a messenger to some i r .
In- nl l iL jll have fought with order and enthusiasm. It is to the above transaction, until he has left those l\f the principal Chiefs, who had returned him 'MARINEJ *
suchIntntcrprizeTlll're 1 ;
nii-rh to enter; .1
if, Sana Anna has too is no tense d.tubt, that I hr upon lns: said Slid that in l>jjir 700 of the enemy were killed. seas ; consequently he will not l he able to revengethe word that their young men were bent en war, 5ii ,

fl., the dome ef I Df this I cannot speak with certainty, but it IK loss I of sa many valuable lite:. have assembled in the swamp near the Federal .

tIeab m lecould plant the Mexican Washington# upon: and( it is known that in every place they have occupied, road to attack al y troops that might march into POUT OF ST.-- IARKS. i
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UtAmcricancJpiltll! hstilted the American Consul I. numbers of their brave have faUen. FROM THE FEDERAL UKIQN. the uatlon.-The Indians have taken possession -p- .
Bid he bas grs4y P. S. This day, Palm Sunday, March 27, has letter from of Hardaway's Ferry, 8 miles above Columbus. t.1.r.'r.1n i -
trlicll Ever fcince I Texijn revolution I The following is an extract of a a May 11 Brig StatirA llol.ucb, for N. York, 2I .'
el- i It 1 I have lenred the American: GovernamtwoulJ been to me a season of most heartfelt sorrow. At distinguished citizen of Florida, connected with Word was sent into Columbus by Ben Marshall, bales col on. ,

Ice commencd,ultimately be involved it. I think, MX in the morning the execution of 412 American the army, dated a half breed, that the Indians intended to burn that Passer ;ers.--drs. WcIlforJ, Miss S.errcl, r\li<. 1

be Jicy would be lun-inierference prisoners[ wan commenced, and continued till 8, FORT DRAKE, March 25; 1836. [place! on Tuesday night. Dr. Ingersoll, an En Cewardiu! Mss Bcttnn -Mis. Austin, iliss Lloy -
that our true p of ; when the last of the number was that. At eleven Mr DEAR SIR-Amid the exaggerated and con- rolling; Agent, who was in the nation, at or near und Lcvrnt 2 Miss Hacklcy's, Dr. Perk ns and L. J .
TCI if, in il.c vicissitudes war, our neutrality of the bodies. Who much hostility V M strr Wellfurds. g|
d.1lJ I.J began operation burning flicting statements of Florida difficulties, with Talladega. found them to exhibit so dy ;
12hut be rcspcc'cd it may become: necessary to tell when will be consumed? I assure leave and into Way i tl I-Brig .Sarah-AlijaI, ; ', Baker Boston vL | ':.
they come
can which the of the day teem I have that he was compelled to ,
there is much "
that newspapers
i *
: leach the gasconadi! Tyrant Noifo'k' Virginia, 300 Laic cotton. : f
the number who have fell
that the of f of !
foreigners numbers
I Great supposed
you record of facts from who has Columbus. people,
rater jjnibabi'ii' of) the Stars: and' Stripes being thought a mere one, 13-Biigtr'umei-sct" I LcwisNcw-Yor ;vLtNo1fulk f I;
er, in Texas during this campaign, must exceed 1600. view 10 be about ,000. who reside West of the Chat- !
r-lantt'd 011 tIle hu'ctlClits of Mexico, tin the always disposed to things as they are, and Key.'\ st, 2S1 bales coitcn. If1
"- )-)1ican fag being planted, on the dome! at Washington. \Ye have. still 80 of them living. would not, at this crisis, be unacceptable to ;you. tahoochee, had come to Columbus for protection.A Schr. I..ucinda, Wcstccvrlt, Ncw-Yc :k via Ke- i II
die *Thc) are taken one letgue from the town and I have seen nothing to change the views I early company of about 20 men who went out of Columbus West an 1 Norfolk, 2CI bales coacn., t .

here "There, has nothing transpired in rchlion to a- then iljou-[Private letter. expressed of the character of the conflict in whichwe Mcnday, a few miles, :o protect ar.d Schr.I.aJy"'Vnsuju, b\ain, N. t ). J: "-

forilie of Teiias which are unexpectedly engaged, or u> alter my opinion bring in some families, returned in safety, and effected AirivcJ, 15-Brig Orion, Card, iron AppalacLicoln I! t'
BYncgotiaiuni: pyictiiise: ROM-THE WASHINGTON GLOB in this standing almost aLone / their purpose. Another company of about in b t lift St. !

tVlD- Kilmri7.cs the various newspaper statements andIt'ttJ1atiJIIS The public money reported in the Treasury on of, though tlw smnll numerical respect streuglh IIf the hostile one hundred men, on Tuesday, went into the nation 16-Smeanier Minerva, P.:nny, from J ppalael.icob ,:

: upon$ Uiat!) sulijcct., I am inclined tot the 1st of April, by"ihe Secretary, was 81995000.1 Seminoles. It is net their force, Lu their skill and S miles, to the Uchee bridge, ou the Federal bound'to tlic Wiihlacooclicc.! 5 I :.
nj1illin i, thai here I Is no negotiation on foot, 17-S Washing'lon Leeds, from Tampa Bay,
settlers but
aId I t11n'i! it IS rot pruba1 there will he, if Santa '1 here are at this moment before the two Houses, determination which has been displayed, which: road, and brought in some straggling provisions! arms and ammunition. .i V '.

I iana Kticceea's in sujiprcsMng tile Texian insurrction of Congress, about seven hundred and fifty bills of ..as magnified their strength. Emboldened by did not see any Indians. Fifteen dead bodies were ,-_ .--- -: WIn !, .

D.ro. : as there is reason tu fear he wi!!. a public character, nearly the whole of which con- their early success they have pushed: their operations seen by the flying inhabitants, who had been shot the Si: perior-Court-L.- lor the County 0 LAWO, Middle ;,
; gn-al
five of
"There tempe! the appropriation of larger or smaller sums with an ability well calculated to deceive, & by lie Indians, and were lying in the road, District of Florida. :
are various rumors nrloni, some -
11 appnrtntly of money out of the public treasury. Of these produced .n this community such a panic, thai which were brought into Columbus. THOMAS BROWN, 7 t
1rr. authentic! that <>tr: frontier:; will be .scourgedwilii ,
hills fifty five of the House, and fourteen of the few have Wen able to see things but through a Of course, all is coufusion & dismay-the num. i"ainst /, Complainant.CHRIS' J Ji

t!!:aimtJer() :&rocitv.tl'he rutiilcss Indian House war, of\vaged Hepresei with tmjnraty :-' Senate only, making sixty nine in all, call for the magnifying or false medium. Hence, four or five her that have been murdered cannot t he ascertain, i OPHCR: C. WILLIAMS. ',, : :;

, appropriation of twenty seven millions six hundred hundred warriors (certainly not to exceed sired hun- (d I, hut it was believed lhal there were twenty seven rtJUE! suhpcsna awarded in this ca f', nil 'hivin"bee j
with forecast is time
I\l'i: than mtral
I taking and ninety thousand dollars. These bills are ) have been increased to twelve, eighteen, who had been heard of and seen, that were S I executed on Lime cf.nt.mtsViUiam Williams 1
lytlieforeUck & of I
decisive! action, organizing if the means" promptand altogether of a- public nature ; such as for the support and have now, in the opinion of many: swollen in killed on the roads. Probably many were on the Jjaics J. Vicktrs, Sarah Vicker s ai.d Jom! 1.Duval *. f'I '.

necessary. ol Government, navy appropriations, fortifications f-va thousand five hundred, and even three tltou-! Pia rita: us. The Western Mail tJ Montgomery r nd its appearing to the sati taeiioa" nf t> c .'.

-- army appropriations, Florida war, Indian sand. 1 still think, and the rcmtLTill show, that i* suspended, so that we shall have no intelligence "ourt. th it they are not inhabitants t this; titrt! : lp
h-MI THE jaw ORLEANS COMMCRCIL CCLLET1N.GALVESTOX time West of Columbus.We but live i i the United Stairs, the SillV.lliam: U'iliatns ;-. '
eC appropriations, improvements of harbours, national Powell, Jumper, Micanopy and -nil the ;hostile! lor some
Jsmts J. Vickers, arM Vickc s in tLe sia''- t '
eC DiY, April 23th. 1S3G. ) roads, navy yar in South Carolina, civil list, chiefs together, cannot bring into the field six have heard nothing of (indeed there has of Gcorj, ia, and John P. Duval hi the mite of Ken .

Since my last, our political! Mtnation has chang- erection of public Rhode Island brigade hundred warriors. When I last wrote, though al- not been time to call out) a force far the purpose tucky. [U i is ordered, that the said dsf iidants tl.> appear I J {.

,t', tJ J 1 Our army under General Houston, attackedJdivixiitnof : of revolutionary builJing houses, light boats, ways at my Country's call, I did no: know whether of opprt ing the Indians. A considernble) one will and answer the coml'l.\ia1mt nee \1"il1_ to 1 Iat I. r

the Mexicans iimJer the cnmmand oJ beacons, buoys, surveys of rivrrs, Jlaroun &.c. I should be permitted to participate: ;personally, be required, as the Creeks numbers not less than And Limit' a copy of this ardcr he puhti lied turtn\"i:1! .

II.the Santa Anna in ncrnon, which resulted in the com- armories, protection of western frntier, in the conflict ; General Scott having: ; however, 7,000 warriors, most or all of whom may be expected in some U\64s'Ii.\j'r, pubiishcd in the City lit 'r.-": .

dcstructMn of it, after killing about 500 and bars at the mouths of harburs. bays, &c. marine intimated a wish for me to join him, I lost no time to take the field. If the present anticipations h\ssec, fo; II' four lUClII1.bs sucicsi'.cv.! 3v un er I: I. ; ,
'ftname of rivers On thro' : verified, the war of Florida will he a Honour. THOMAo KAXD XL, Jid.e.
inimtier prisoners; tojieiher with SsntaM hospitals improvement (f navigation in repairing to head quarters. my way are
r ,all his officer", & Sccrela'rv: (A-! nnte) &c relief of Washington, Alexandria, & Georgetown Alachua, 1 learned that General Jaines( hnving: t fraction to the one with the Creeks. It is i very cr. JAMRS: S. Lixx, Clark. 4limOTVCE.

yv nivasLji6lil.cd: and 15 wounded, (one &c.Independent. made rapid, and, I fear, a premature movement, tain, that the Seminoles of Florida, !amt fall sent a i ? .-Th StockhiMd
!fwdcaj ) This: appears: almost: impossib'e; but of the above mentioned bills, in from the Bay of Tampa, hd encountered the enemy war bell! to every town in the Creek nation, to stir 1. ; !1 and St. J osenh's Danal; and lail-Road Co'! i- ,. ;,
E1zue.:' introduced that had attacked them to war ; and it is very probable! that a -vill! lake notice tl1'II.. instalm .j i I
? Santa Anna offer, to acknowledg: our which the distinct sums are proposed en the Wilhlacoochee! ; they up pany: please to ,
I Wndence, and Itt oir western limits by timeO.rrnd. to be appropriated, and which in the aggregate amount I him with such spirit, :Ins to force him lo entrench sinn'liar attempt has been made through the whole! of Ten 1 Dollars per ahare, on the raii; i al! stok ot"s..... ,
L ( This of enclpBed within his breast works (It' the Southern and Western tribes on the borders ) is required to be paid at the Cowpany's.flee ..( '-
I had from his own mouth in atoa'rl1lbnn I to the aforenimed sum nearly twenty : and that I compan .a
I had with him. He is rather un- eight millions of dollars, there are a great many he had been figting for rOlr: day: and was icJuc- 'I' "f the United States. at S u Joseph's on instalment or before the of 2 1 .th day Dollars of Jv v _
further en 'r' r
derived and
from Columbus bus been a
whig situation and will make of nature altogether, in which the last extremity 1 for the want of ammuni- Our information next
"J :jresent ) ), any other bills I public ed to of that share thirty days thereafter. Byrd r of the Bo.;: I
jjoinismo Itt oil; but we will hold him fast un- the specific sums to be appropriated are not named -,, ion: and 'previsions.: I immcdialtly volunteered from very respectable citizens place,just of Direc .ois. THOMAS Bii T1tAM.

e ourselves secure and we intend to I II ; such as for the increase of the Engineer corps ; to accompany General Clinch to his relief. We arrived here. 41 _Suut _W
Prt ntulier knock in the head to another divison' for( putting into service the vessels in ordinary and I left this on lite morning of the Gib or 7th instant, ---- .d ft

I day or two, and you may look for another on the stocks ; to extend the revulutionary pensions and reached Camp lizard the next day. As w'c FROM THE GEORGIA TELEGRAPH. FOR SALE.-The un lemgned Ma.ofT ;-.
I for sale his in 11 e town .
l 1Ctory as proud as l1'" "e as we have more men, to all who served thiee months ; and to the approached, some Indians were seen retiring from The Creek Indians Risen !-We receive the 11 property of a hee ant! CO:11tlI't. .

,. in the engernent..but such! a butchery I do not widows of all deceased pensioners, &ic. ;rfpr the I before General Ganeb' Camp, and seeming with a most alarming intelligence from theVcst! The i (anna ons HOTEL-consisting,on the {put :;c square in m-:i'j'

"aIto! til't IIiu ; our i'iReJ. n charged on time&r.kry survey of certain rivers, roads, &c. : topensionihe view .f gaining our flank, ;preserving the swamp Creek Indiuns have risen, and are murdering all town, w th all tm outbuildings nici !lent 10 such .: iicstafalisb I

and killed evcry man i>ervinjr at the can- widows and orphans of militia killed or dyingin of the river in their rear. Our friendly Indians within their reach men, omen and children are ment. Also five limmimpru 'cll 1 bls: in iinmost

ItD \Neu>.,k several mule! loads! of money, & service Sic. : for reorganizing the General Land gave the shout, and our Ijor uncn mi the right indiscriminately butchered: and swiped The eligible part of the town- Alt .died'to :he !! .

at qua IItil.v of other goods and b-.igg.ige", &c. Office ; .remission of duties on goes burnt at the made a charge, and gave a fire on the hostilcs a:s white settlers i in the Creek nation are leaving their I t:1 is a J: table 100 feet in length b) 30, in Lrp .,. ,

jnave nut Yet rl'c h'elilhe draft f.lr the goods fire in New York ; for purchase the stock of they retreated into the thicket. Belore; we had homes and their property, and flying t for their neatly framed and enclosed. 0

-Ul&l lvcrnraeiii-aiwrtof the Cabinet was the Portland and Louisville canal ; for adding resolved on pursuit, an officer from Ganc Camp lives. It is fid if7 have been massacred. The hiathfulness Mariannaas summer reIn .i.

ID he fl 11t, but will have it adjusted in a t few days three regiments to the army : for paying the Vermont appeared, and informed General Clinch that thi The mail stage from Columbus west, after going the dailj ariival ot stages of either cast or vet, and thc i.;" .
direct line iri-wetMy SL3Csll1 :
of c c
id ie',ld, u lo 'OU. I will also visit your city sonTIU militia who served at Pla'Uburgh ; for establishing Indians were then holding a conference with General -. 10 or 15 miles, and finding the road filled with of prosper St. Jc.sph a passing through Mum lh.l to Cotur.L;. .

be able t) sexile all. In case hat I want I I new otC2 of surveyors general l of the tunes, with a view tn a cessation ol hostiuties 1 I women and children, some barefoot, others with -will rt nder it the best place for a b )US of cnterta.:..

I aD 11 IInr lent d wn' I \\ill write you when and lands, & but that alarmed at our reinforcement thl'V'had nothing on but their night clothes, flying from the ment i in Florida! I will take for th above proper;,
'C.Ltrt. public These billo, BdJition to those which call ftr I fled to the swamp. In the evening the interpreter Indians, the passengers became alarmed, and the eight thousand dollars- thousar j 1 on giving p

With due respect, I remain vours, &c. I the appropriation of nearly twenty eight million of hailed lhe Camp, and asked whether they stage turned back. session, Lima balance in two annual talmentsbeari., '
I JOhN I. LINN. dollars, if passed and put into operation, wouid would be received the next day or the day after ? The Chiefs we understand profess friendship, interest from da to. The furniture belonging to tl

establish demands upon the Treasury, either immediate "That the latter they would prefer, as they wished but state that they cannot restrain their people establish.ment, amtmnlln: tp betweetiiousan i three an"J t:" -

PoST or GALVESTON, April 29 or periodically, when united: for at least to confer with their head Chief Micanopy, then It is said that uiaay discontented Cherokees, have I dollars, would be sold atit i appraised vah. '

'NODe TI.IPUT-: million more. The latter may be said to thirty miles off. They were told te come in the joined them. on time. 41 PETERS t GAUT1EU. ,
twenty Herald and l'aUnbasseeFlo
Che Columbvs
I did iUf PU-You
decisive victory gained on the 21st instant, there are other claims which are of a more i after. 'We wailed patiently to the third day, !-It becomes our painful duty account> to this office. .

LJrcet.eueral Houston over Santa Anna and hia certain character, and will present more positive, i when the Indians notappearing, and we not being to announce the death, by violence, of Major Wm STRAYED from the substriber 4.

Santa Anna, Col. Almon i, Gen. Cos and specific, and immediate claims upon the Treasury, able to hear any thing of them, it way thought B. Flaurnoy, formerly of1 Putnam County, Geor Grey Horse with a short tail, .waIK.rt
:other "ffice are prisnnerl'J. The enemy had and for not an unimportant amount. We .refer to advisable, our supplies being exhausted, to gia. He was on his way to. Fort Mitchell, to !very last, any one i burning the SA':.] "
: t 600 kil cu aud aooui 500 to 600 made pn- the Indian treaties with the Creek naton' a d a- upon Fort Drane. General Gaines resigned of complain of Indian depredaturns, and was brutally l horse to Brown's Hail or giviog aitj ,
sner1about SO officers were killed on the field. nother western. tribe. The first wi five to General Clinch, and after a halt aday murdered and scalped, by some of the Creeps a informalion of him st ilFhavc a reaso-

ourL-u ful 7 killed and 11 woumjetl. Wound- million six hundred thousand dolar and the lat or two at this post, proceeded west agreeablyto : few miles below that place. A Mr. Hobbs had able re'rnrd. 4111w! W.C. !mIILLEII.FOiL .

diaparity ter something short of I m. say six million & instructions received from the War Department also been murdered, while leep, by the same' SALhl.--A haiid&vmu net baroueh and tui-; 'JI\- '

lItSikllln\vai been plundered and rifled of eve- a half of dollars, t b taken frem the Treasury : It"retrains to be seen whether his demonstration treacherous foe. A young man, who was lying apply to 41 II,. f.HACKLE Y.TT .

.toUnf"T are without any article necessary immediately after are ratified. on the Withlacoochee, tor I call it by no othtr in bed, with Mr. H. made his escape; by immediately -
[Sigj J DAVID O.: BUItNET, ing for specific appropriations of money,there is against the Serninolea. It is certain he was prevented under the house. More than a hundred individuals JLJ I,<,00 acres of .ch ice land, cl cfly oak, hy&orv. '
I of txhraordmary from crossine-the river, and it is equally ascertain and ha nmock, of which 3Dd acres arc well cleared"U
Texas embraced an and whites have fled to .
President o/ dollar ,
Republic not a single I : :, including negroes
Indians ceased hostilities under now reidy fur cultivation : with rt }uisitc fenqnj.ut. flI
I iF4reifr.rj character xvith the exception of one appr pria- that tile Georgia for safety: others are coming in. in "a-'w
Another Clerk abinsLymng Jeffitrsoi '
letter Hie Chief I General Gaines was willijlg tn : negro < county, *:
.I.I.tAt Sttrdary of Stale from office, to E. HALL, lion, applicable principally 1 navy yards. Not for a the :impression that with them, or to leave N. B. The settlers have nearly all come in-. settled sad pleasant neighbotrfht xl: only 18 miU--

# :dqr. tfthit City dated dollar for increasing nary-not I dollar make, either a new south treaty of the Withlacoochee, several were murdered on the rotd yesterday. east of Tallahassee, and lh.same listance,frpinJSljts:, f
increasing the army-not a dollar for arming for. them unmolested, t nolia acid Monticello,-and imme lately adjacent v>
(jiLvcsTOs BAT, April 27. officer of the \Va rJepo rtmen t
'I I This land
hLVe tifica lions. until the OBITUARY. the high road to Et. Augustine. LV
181 had
the of the royal full
General pleasure seeing could appear to treat with them.-Knowi&g Died on the 6lh day of this month,near Cairo, Decatur sold 01 very moderate terms; and toanapproyedpu.*
Santa Anua, General C.w, and BCDfORD MERCURY, OF AJRI& 25Puirewag well that no terms other than the unconditional County, Georgia, ALEXANDER JACKSON chaser an extended credit wills if desired, be given. .
Almonte. KtW
tisti tbwe The battle was Ciuglit on the FROM -'Hr Mvr dert at the Fejee Womfr.=By surrender, would-be granted by General Clinch, BROWN, son of General Thomas Brown of this city For further particulars enquire tf the editor of thit.
Lynch'. t
Ferryabout 650 Mexicanslfl certain that any other terms I should Florid.. 36. r
.d and M aged twency-oneyears. I
J dred.I' a Like number taken prisoners. Seven! the arrival il Edgartown of the ship Cyrus, Cap have protested against may possibly have been Seldom ia it, that to many circumstances unite to' BLrVNKS of?verv de jriptton- for Su ,
. and fcfty Wag the whole number pf f lhe tin from the Pacific Ocean, we causeof the'Indians not showing themselves. give increased poignancy to grief 1 for the loss of a relative .
loIU. roelancholly intelligence of the murder the of'the dec ued to hi* o fie.,
; General Houston wa slightly e tii therefore that the work finding the or friend, a* in the instance os .
01 It u clear -
d. of three of the oSc and thre of the crew

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i- FLORIDIAN. most prevalent and fatal of all Diseases inci ..-J- -- LE- VR :

Ii.;!:,;' THE THE to civilized society-the Connmptioo, Jlstd!17.oU/un*" UI a

I' : ,."1 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING AT generally oe traced U the least Alarming ,of duorders, sale, U\Laurena j OTICEr'tpraJnol J

;: 't) Four dollars advance,-or Five in six month a >l1gbtR1t( neglected cold. By estimation it appears Cowpen, having b TaIa _
f 'ff that one hundred and l fifty thousand persons die annually stocl of Cattle Distrct 'apPint. te 3

e :. .,-: NopaierwiIbediZCOflttflUedUfl1eS8atthe0Ptfl ofv" of the consumption. Most of these dreadful results ,dec lased,sup the City of '; Tft i & COo. I

: :.. the Editor, before arrearages are paid. may be attributed to common cold, sod a negligent 1 rill be sold rey decc.asc., .al1haaen not the .

J: (r:( Advertisements will be conspicuously inserted at se treatment of the harrasaiog couch that generally ensue sale nvide known to como for 1 and In "hitl.

i cents for the first inserti&n,and which is usually followed by difficult breathing pain di.y to day said lots; 8.r ]pay lots to T 1 1
venty-five .
; .. .... per square advertisements inthe side, and at last Ulcerated Lungs. Violent and ( 3,'Arn'r. unpaid, on th al Oe of having fe-"
AU June
.. ;., '..? fifty cents for each subsequent continuance. repeated Asthmatic attacks, also bringon Consumptive SALE 37ids' for sale und the nUt, tS

; : "f". will be continued- until forbid or.other- symptoms. One or two dollars expended in the purchase Tallahassee, : s Sentinel office, the dee o(tt 1'b J:?

,.10 c .-. ." :. wisc ordered. ofDIJMFRIES EGROES insert the llhovo the payment 0 >f Crt Ln *

;h..'*. 4 .' The postage on all letters and communications: to REMEDY FOR THE PILES! 111 highest L V'. p. May 7, 186,theaac TBO.8R _

.t ,.'. the Editor must be paid,or they-will not rccciv atten The proprietor begs leave to recommend (which he low ing ) V alined Rt AD JfOTlCira .1
.. IIOJ does with the fullest confidence) one of the most valuable 4V qi as RAIL; S
: : tion. girls, 4 boys late. .M.Field lhassee Rail Road
.4 ; t remedies known for this troublesome and painful te 'ral ,
J' ;1' \.' It. -------- complaint. Without going into detail, he deems it e- cxcc ,t the 2 : noli.*, for all that paforthwith ,It of I per cent, i ar r I
STORE he has in his 40 for art and on each Shae of .'
t. i'C" .: NE\V noogh to say, possession most undoubted Stkln lie,'
cent heretc 'ore
: ; : PROVISION AND GROCERY. testimonials that it has more completely! answered PEDIGREE against said a ordered. Orderof r
I ,t ,...'. subscribers have united themselves under the the purpose fur which it is intended, than any in the ime prc and Director of sid Company Ta

1', t.}i ;"::.4 THE of Peachy & Maner, for the purpose of establishing other popular medicine, will be plead in May, 1836. CHA'RL5401w : I

k f'; ;.::.' in the town of St. .Marks, a Grocery and This remedy if perfectly innocent its application, ; .'Y'OOD, Sect T.l"l]
: 'J ,. !,t; Prorition Store. Their buildings being large and to all conditions, ages and"leses. Full directions '.'0 Josepl M. \Vhit t

f 0.-r-; ,! commodious,they likewise propose attending; to the description of the complaint, &c. accompany each 37gr ..Davis J C nn (Jaruochan, Peter ; B
:.:.. Receiving and Foncarding of Goods and Cotton, to packet, which consists of two boxes. Ointment and n Nourse, Benjamin Mith'<

1. ;:. .... which they pledge themselves to pay such attention Electuary. Price, $1 for the whole, or 50 cents e the V Mitchell, and lenj.trninA. Putnam. '
at request
; -.' as will entitle them to a liberal I share of patronage but one of the articles is wanted. old horse Sir tn the judge' agents and proprietors, of the trs li '.

,. 'I' .: from the Merchants and Planters of the Territory, and REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM. overseer, Mr. of Gad'sdtn,my :i Forbes'PU! :hast and all other lr ,"'

i ;, i .: ., neighboring counties of Georgia. Their goods will with whom I : Mary /nn Best, ns : Intr CL
\ .. : be sold low for cash or produce. As they willendeav- THE excruciating pain-the decrepitude and defor- Please! to .notice that
j. youth, who ) t on the l3th
. : .:, .. to keep on hand constant supply of choice and inferior am1 the premature old age, which arc the the M;( ALL. 1836, applicat on will b made to the oJ
attendants of the disorder suffered cover j '
usual are by ma
'' .: ;' qualities of G!: ;iL;; anu Provisions of every and Lad a county court ( !Leon county, o C
> of in the efficacy grey
!: :: ::'J' description, : ountry Merchants and Planterswill find L from despair a cure, or disappointment antidotes to effect this ing November, for a writ of 6trrmining quod damnum Terrtl "?*! }

V V V : ;; .V it greatly to their intcrst tc call. Their Store is now of the numerous who pretended have made fair trial of ginia, to Dr. J will be made to 1 the mlue of he lane. laying Pu :
those a '
JOHN BLAIR PEACHY purpose. Court ijr Leon feet on each si Ie fmn the 0
!. V open. LINIMENTeven Jonathan [ center of th ff
V ');''# WAI. MANER. DR. JEB 'S CELEBRATED PallaAix ficin tho \,. 4!' St. Marks,Jan. 16th. 1 IS36. 23tfCOTTOJN in cases of longstanding, and of the most severe P. Jrnes trict of land, I nown paSc .
V V \.... .' character, have received certain relief, ,and many havcbeencuredin ) number fee on each 8 side of purchu I

k.; :c'; GINS.THE a few day, some in 24 hours! as a num.bcr Dr.1829 It., and I!. 5 bj culors- the Tallahasst : Rail I Road tbecnfo,

friends and of and I of persons in Boston and \icinity, who were formerly known their J itention of hey : 4.I
;, j ::.; j acquaintance Campbell lesti was of good appropriating
afflicted with haveeryfully or
I' 1:: arc informed, that by calling on our forIi withher. of said road, a Id that the president and t I
tied. Certificates are in the possession of the Proprietor I di
r .- mer agents they! can be supplied with Cotton Gins ofthe Betty .-Six months said Company will forthwith
V 1'.1. : best quaiity, either Cast Steel or Iron SAWS, to proving of this the most thorough LINIMENT and surprising in cures wheic b} out of Betty : : the Judge : \ executed By order of the proceedvrit President to h", .G I

4.. suit purchasers. All persons wishing the above article -, means powerful had utterly failed.DUMFRIE'S cases. horse Maftie, \ ,: a:counts :. rectors ol the alluhassee RIl! Rod Cot ID.
"'U. ::6.', will do well to call on our agents, viz:-C. C. other approved applications one of the best : as Admin- 'ranahasee 5Iay9th, 1336.] C. .
"V : .1 Williams. Leon county: D. Williams & Co. Jefferson I EYE WATER erally ihoi-jrV.! late of said : 40.hv AVST a
'. county; Wm. D. Harrison, Gadsdcn county; J. and For sore or inflamed Eyes, gives immediate ease anC much for tho } IiRINON. -I .

:\ .d4 \Rokison, Jackson county Florida, for further relief. On recent sore eyes the effect is most saluU.ry. ever raised in JAf !ES JOHNSON ,

". tr': ) : particulars as to price, quality, &c, .-Where the complaint has been of years standing I i I r by Pallnfox.! BIRnE

.'.1.'.:.fr ARCHIBALD CA IPBELL. and in some exceeding bad cases the most uneipectec ,,I I ir.arc, Mary DR APJ ;3K: A N DMLLJII.1SSEE T. ILOR

1: :' JOHN M. GLAZE. and desirable relief has been found in the use uithi: I|I Packolet. She, 8th, 1153G.; : P14. ,

:..:tt..l 24. Uchce village; : Marion county Gco March 5 30tfNOTICE I eye water alter every other remedy had failed Man} rabian. Her d (Next dwrJCoi 'A ofF. noleJtveler
crso.ns who have used i it:, pronounce it the best prearation : Valiant her ,.il.V T ii)
: ,
; -The subscriber rtspccuullyinturnis ; would '
ftto: 1 ectfully inform his
: .,.. : i and the public "encruily that he has specially for in these cases complaints of soreness they or have intlamation ever met of with longstauding. full bred Jolly for Mi'. HE. public, t sat he has: just returnenun fi.flt nd a l
'.'t: rill opened a general assortment of dry-gds, in the store imported horse a new an I splendid iNc
.' .. lately occupied by Thomas Hays and one toor west Price 25 cents a bottle. his dam the t ( ) J j his line. Feel *
None unless
the share
'I : ". of Mr. A. F. Duval, and ncaily opposite the store of are genuine signed on out side Herod. His nce, th it s.idl horctofi ro extended to him

,-... R. Hayward, in the city of Tallahassee,-also, rc- immediate printed wrapper, by the sole the lata propiietor Dr. \V.T.T.KIDDER grand dam rytiiii; : attentionAlarpeand ronae to m ri:a continuance of,he the hap; byC
;: : hand of successor to Conway grand dam by It
t. ceiving and now on a general assortment :
.V For sale at his Counting Room over No99)- Court Barlletts i f>\tral assortment oc'xD /
; which bacon flour lard shad JRQiD
; among are Esquire,
...: V groceries mackrel. cheese, sugar and coflte, tea, tobacco etc. street, near Concert Hall, Boston, and also by his special neywoud'* '\ appear. jctbre Q l c./n3t3itg o/ the J on

. .-:, etc. 1>. M'RAENV.April appointment by Druggist. Blues. of next Term Blue, black, n green, bottle do, :
I.. ... V 9th 1S3G. 35OUR 5. BARNARD Jr. & Co. April 9th, I Court louse drake neck do. London and Golden Brown ri&euj, Plumb
..' I' Tallahaaeee, March 13. 14 (No. 3 AdalaJc mulb ,
LAST DUTY to our relatives and jritnds, 1tEI answ zr, or ny, concealed violet, vic
411 :\" and ZJtad Slants. The sub criber being- ROWAND'S TONIC MIXTURE, 1'i the !! I I taken pr > con- purple. Drab iml brown Peterham, (an(rover eostx

V .t,i. 'b agent for one of the principle manufacturing establishments ixndnliCostiue choice /: yubli :alion CASSIM ERS.

.fi.' in :eW-l ork, will furnish to order all articles Pills. foliowinjj |' pcr l'nted Corded, di.ignr !, buckskin, checked an
fr.s: in the above line. G. G. HOLT. consequence of the numerous attempts to palm the richeiCcolo s. r
;. St. Marks, April 9th 183G. 353m IN 'ious imitations of Rowand's valuable Medicines Shoulders mid Sih! IS !6. GOAT'S U. .1R CAMBLETS'fvari colon

.;:..j", To Fanners and Others. on the public-he has determined to confide the J Dried beef Ch rK. for Cloaks and Vrujpers. ,

sales exclusively to agents in different parts of the Beef; pork, laid, VESTINGS.
.; : : TilE subscribers having taken that country, from whom ulont the genuine articles can be Made'i8, port I shall i pply Splendid En -lish

I.; 'large brick storc'in thc upper part ofthe had, and to guard the more effectually against the impositions Ch impaigne, co : supcrit>f ;out cloth Velvet, fi ured figured and silk, figured silk Vent,
'Ii.'. ",, city for the express purpose of accommodating of unauthorised venders; he has instructedhis Preserved : ] ( leave 1 sell painted Chaesinlendew
.:: the country trade, and intending to turn agents in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Dales, prunes, : of the tvy of parties plain"\ai d figured .\ Brode Ql!
', .S' their sole attention the sale of Groceries and Sherod ings, figured \ jlfings, Buff Casaraeres I
to country Pickled ,
't '. Baltimore, to make no lalts to merchants and others of oyitc s; \Cal neLl, I ,br 4.
t V produce, would invite those who wish to buy, or any ofthe Medicines to be carried South fur sale again. Together with I. 0 said c; expressly iari* checked,striped and plii4 I

't-.. toscll, to ghe them a callas. they are determined to Large quantities of a pernicious article in imitation of j kinds of .. I wlr,.'! uit-rinoUaseaiK f sffj :Jorent colours,stocks fei rv
V ': ,... sell on as good terms, and give as high a cash price the genuine Mixture have been manufactured by Lu- 1 I (u'c-&ciiiionLn| ? tn and cotton shins, bosoms and cot'

V : .:' .Vr. for produce as can beobtaincl in the city. cius S. Comstock & Co. of New York, and sent to the Blue, black, } I will make aj p- Ilarl, Gloves, Gum Ela lie isusp-inders! linen and bucbki
t.. have received and for sale :, court foi the merino nd silk Hoes, hal 'soold!
They just ,
South for sate. The name Rowland insteadof Row- :New style of : hiid o.lamb |
V I'; r 10 barrels Irish Potatoes, and, is on tl.e bottles of the imitation. The genuine Seersucker, on l> and plain Cravats, fancy ,|
:..! 5 Tierces Rice said count" de every dcscript n, Nett and shirts!
ti. article be had of the following wito 7-3 chintz 4Dft
may persons, are prints Vj r and
V +'>'t.. ..:.. 20 BoxeF Soap, tne only Agents in this part Florida and GeorgiaE. Superior London lE.TL .. ctton 1.11 tl do,

..: .. Vl 20 Kegs Lard: Bainard jr. &co. General Agent, Tallahassee Summer cloth G REAL V MADE CLOTHING.
h f. 10 do. Butter. I Dress and rock

'il k :, .' Orleans Sugar, 'nli k"r, Brandy, Cheese, James William C.Kerr Ecclcs& Co., Thomasvillc, Leghorn style,), ( h,1! app!/ to plain silk: eke veleutia coats; cloth,! Panr.aoonsfigored,silk!! satin,and.pfa't a'|
V Quincy,
; G. H. & T. E. LINDLNBERGER.Feb. Giats cloth and I Jefersn'c'ty und figured mi 'sailks vests. Goats hair ,
Kerr & Sturges, St.Marks, C.l l> Cab
f..t __ 271835. 29tf_ Thomas Alexander, Hickstown, Figured and deceased. :c 1 Cloaks and \V"appers,-Indian Rubbr over wtoj;

;; : : otorn'e. 1 Darius Williams &Co., Monticello, Fancy gauze -l. 1JUODII1.: : Frock coats W ajtpeis and Lcg .

V [ r---14 The subscriber has v J. D. Carpenter Mickasonky. Burlaps, os.ialmr .\lsoJ a fall s ipply of Silk and Furre

IV' 'i lately finished a large '" The label of E. Barnard jr. !co. will be on all the Hosiery Indies .t"j All penons dAl'-CAPS, .
,. : @ and commodious Cot bottles sold by the above agents. Ladies tasli Jacob lloi *er I His detl: w< -e imported tom the Western part
TallahAssee July 7th, 1837. 48tfI RiLbuns, silk to present '! h u ill warrant them to be 5qual to ali I
: ;; V..; ton Shed which with his well knowr. Warehouse, Gum clastic if'l I brought to this inrket, he will also warrant them I

.t'h: ; will enable him to boise from the weather from 800 I I ) ltE.\ Tho preiciijed in- i. be fresh, as the] were purchased" immediately iJ ,

.' i', .:. to 1000 bales. Those will may store their Cotton In all their \ ; imined: ate f an\.11 of the pr ;ket from Liverpool!,andc onseqnem: ,
..:' "i ..' V with him, are assured that every attention will lie t>e- I fusiii.iiuljle ty : SNELl. not injured by I 'ing on fumd. tie has in his employ i

V .... stowed towards its safe keeping.St. 1 s.f ; HARliVVARE:, 1 ment the best )f workmenand he will make o|
.... 333
V. : .Marks Jan. 13 24tf K. W. DORSEY, ,
. sion guns ar.d work in the bcs>j m.uiner and at the shortest notice.tAll
Comm. Merchant.1 !
.V Storage fr order from.. .he. eouruiy punt.uahIyatteiidedto
. : :t V ..NOTICE.V Stuff flaps, ; from' I y..T.gi.t. 15tfB.
'' cn- _
., ... : TIlE undersigned, administrator of Alexander R. .3BANTD Heads and rc n: Lands nnd: I 03.] BULL t
Four horsju
deceased has ,,
'V appointed according to I as P.rl t c '
; .."'. law, James D. Wcf>tcott, jr. E.'. of Tallahassee l hi :: Cart harness, all ; m cuttiig:, I DRAPER & TAILOR,
. I V Attorney, who will receive all demands and account ,, 1 01 kmcn. Umber on .he i
\ % g l tl
f '' against said estate, and acknowledge service of any ; .L ; : BOO 1'S &. proprietor or I nnJ

.V process necessary to be issued against said estate during and silk! umbir FLORIDA,
V ? my absence in South Carolina.35tfU. M'BRIDI.IIt. -:. -lilt 1A PERFUMERY Proprit& WOULD respectfully inform Lis friends and ft 1

., v B. WALLfc.lt 't'AYI.Uit,1atof Tulluhas- FULL supply of Landreths' superior garden ware, crcclcery -T. :mel s, that he has just returned ftw J
V V JSLhcrb the usual tel ni CE. wVew York, with a now and splendid assortment '3
\ _1_,see) having located hinifclfperinanently in Mon- and flower seeds just received and warrented
p : .. titello, rcspectful tenders his professional services fresh ; by ll.B. PERKINS. 12 I my accou its GOODS, whlclhe is noiv opening at the old andul I.

\ \;. to'. ..1 ta the inhabitants Jefferson county, and its vicini Dec. 16th, 1815. 30tfW'M. I II ''. and ar-ply! to known stand of t. B. & J. B. BULL, (recently
I i pied by the !lute 1.A. and which he in.
LeJn Pierson) to
30 ) able
: if:: It' ty. P. DUVAL. who has I Ii plant: nf or
returned to Florida
V mile above the the cites those who \ 'i:h to purchase cheap for Cash, o
r :S ,:: STORAGF.! STORAGE! STORAGE"! i to settle !himself permanently, and R. C. ALLUN four ; ) estate of call und examin his assortment, which consist w
:' addition to his old ware-house the have associated themselves in the practice of I containing of the folio viz'-
part 'ing
land SC .
IN the Law. They will keep an office I ; acres cl _
; 1 f has build at and : fence Blue, Black, B -own, Olive, Green, DahlinMry r
V H recentlycrccted a spacious Su Joseph,and will practice in the Superior courts in ;together ,
ng 80 by 28 fct, forreceivin;cotton and goods. the counties ot LeonJeffersonGadsden Jackson house, and all : and Mixed QTQtJi2)CSa( nut
and river Black, Mixed, 4 Drab &&8& 1lR1f J-
l .\ V TIMOTHY M'C ART Y. Franklin} andin the Court of Appeals. They pledge runs &
V V V St. Marks December 27th 1831. V hemselves to give strict attention to all business a most excellent be made to Bluck' Layendei and Steel-raued c'sr'' i' &hMarket.
.t/ L con new and >Article never before offered ffl
Berthelot ,
V :: fided to their WAI. Court
J :-.1 management. P. DUVAL. br
Guardian's Notice. cr3dtf VE81 LVGS of every descripuoa.ingofBUkand tO'
R. C. ALLEN :. ) )n
.1" QIX months after date I shall exhibit the coin 31ueClo'Ji superior Black Sui1ud
.ii : : to Judge February 13th, 1836. 27tf -r. .- den
'. : 0: ofthiocountycourtforthecountyofGadsdcniny J.' & Adm'r/ vet, Fancy Figi -cd do., splendid PeLL8I'p
, k 'I':.'";' accounts and vouchers as guardian of the minor heirs / EDWARD HOUSTON, for their planters liberal o Silk, do., Mernc Valencia, Challice,

V?1. : Jonathan Thomas, and applv for a discharge. iFfI-rL Attorney at Law. ced business in a nfiw style of E glish Fancy Silk,do.

::1 3 :'c.' : _March 261835. 33-6ms JESSEE McCALL' JI OFFICE in Jefferson Street, yet, to ALSO, A L \RGE ASSORTMENT
: .." 1 1- next door to E. B. Perkins self of Kerr CLOTHING.Among .
L DOCTOR J. HUNTER-HavmK {lermanenlly Druggist. permanently <$ READY MADE
;4 ',: on the Thomasville road, eight subscriber has pay: viz:
Jan. 30th 1836. 25 CmNOTICE which are the following! Articles,
V,-1. miles from north of Tallahassee, respectfully oflcrs house of R. Y. the iam:, Blue Black Violet
i Dahlia
wn, Olive Green,
: R. J. the uL cli-
t his profesvional services to the citizens of Leon t'ounk' Hackley, Mulberry, Gree. and Mixed Dress 4--Frock Coat
, I lv. April 9th 1836. 3i4mi THE subscriber has just received per schooner time, untill next Steel mixed Ocei Coals German Camblet Box CW
direct from tion ,
V i N. York, a general assortment of '
lined eeand
.r JOHN H. BEALE. ofGroccries--consistin' R. Sturges. with merio and silk, quilted throughouta
of present high state : / CW1
.: ,, .. .. MOJltittllo } superb articl j. Superior Blue and Black
h ttornty at Florida. Cognac Brandy, country will
; ._ Cloaks for and 0ii.
Gen Brown
,] ) J, V practice in the Court of appeals; and the V Jamaica Rum, N. E. Rum. terms. The -' !emcn. Black, i
', ".. W1LL Green, do for L lies'. Blue Black and DraoCW3
.,.; .4d Courts of the middle Dis.trct of Old Rectified Whiskey, Common Whiskey, way and mean Si I
nnd Lavender
If .': '... ." Florida :Nov .28. IHJ5: ICtf; Holland Gin, shall fully meet Cassim'ere p. ,nts. Black Mixed, -
i Claret my acconn s Corded Bucksin t >. Blue. Black,and steel miZ aStinett
\' Regular Packets between St. Marks $ J\*. Orleans. Madeira, Scily Port, and ) ?! : ; apply lo do do Rout 1 Jackets. VESTS of all desenp-
'IL : The sclir. Lady Washington Malaga S SCuba flMAKE_H_ has !)of Count the ci-, 11ons, Blue efahl and B aek Cloth, lack Silk and ilkBIsc FIflCVelvets {

, '. M. Swaim, and chr. Washington. ,and Jamaica Coffee, taxes and rent his Pntnrns 4' Figure..QwIttd '.!
r. 'fi\t''J' .Wm. Leeds, will apply regularl thro Cavendish Tobacco, The Satin, English Si 'K striped, do, Bull, unaincc, :
t:t ft fii= -_ i the season. A Superior of Saddlery, city. store DUDLEY cia, Merino, and a Ii the most approved patterns -1

)... f ) f P. H. SWAIM, at St. Marks and Fresh Teas, carpenters May7183G.shop is are to be found a: ;ong the latest iniporttiOa &AbeJ' ,
J\ 1 large assorlmen ef Fine Linen Shirts White
Castor Oil
Agents. < Tallahassee. <$-c.Expecte(1
: ( N. W. STILLWELL, N. Orleans. per schr. Joy, a general assortment of V my ani Ac- Flanel do do. Dr avers, Stocks, Gloves Silk liAJI"

;tl'l Nov 1st 1835. 13tf SPRING and SUMMER[ (GOODS, all which will.be THE : Court; ( f kerchiefs,Black Si k Cravats,G urn Elastic Suspend?a
Silk, Cotton and Vorsted Gentlemen'smBeaver
% sold lyvr for cash he Hosiery,
"r i, r.t\\ 2 Ak AllU.HanaVay from the plant approved.credit.A. Wf\fW 2i ; Adminii- HATS, Si tin Beaver do, Youth's Satin Beaver I.
{:: V tionof the subscriber, a man about FORMY DUVAL. artiel,
. I negro March 26, 1836. 3tf the reception of deceaa. do, Fur Seal C :. Umbrellas, and everY
L ? ;ear of age, named PLA3CO-about 5 feet C or ; __1 him by iheteith Adw'r. which is needed kr a Gentleman's 1.
L '..f.it 7 inches high, very slender Luilt, dark complexion, 'N OTICE.-The subscriber has just received per 1 self that J. B.B. would usa' notify that during the past&& '

; f and quick spoken when addressed : the ibove reward schooner Joy, from New-York, and is now opening modation every and A11 personj mer, he has been t gaped in manufacturing aoojf ;

I to.:jt;: t V will be paid i for the apprehension pf said negro, on being a general assortment of spring and summer goods con aH. Rhodes articles,designed { artwulariy: for this market, ,.

V : lodged in the jail at Tallahassee, or on the planta -consisting of {Tinted and painted French! muslins ; Tallahassee I for cheapness nnd Jurabihty, are not to be so1!**":
t.1; lion of the subscriber. florentines, cantons and sattinets crminetsetc. (
; I JOHN TURN ER. diagnal ; by any in this sect )n of and as the work*
; ..i April 23, 1836. 37 I 3, 4 and 5-4, bleeched and brown domestics ; 3, b forever been mad.uJf'\'nd, r his country own inspection; lie can YtIJ
. V f b- and t>
4 5-4, furnitenoanJ common checks 100 pieces requested I
IVE.OAL-The ; aFOR soma degree of ifiUence recommend the
V 4 \ subscriber having purchased C.CRAFT ct saoaol
.:"11 -{fractional section 24, township 2, in range No.24 I superior cotton osnaburgs; crockery ware, loaf su 358wp those who wish to 1 iUruhase a first rate j
. t J 8. and W., and Lots and 3 in fractional section 18, gar. of hardware Expected per schooner Warsaw, an assortment enquire without I 1I would merely add hat his Cloths have been purcflaw*
and few rifles *
T. 2, in range No.23, S. and W., known as Garey's I barrel guns-all will, be a sold low superior for cash or & double May 7th 183S applica. immediately from I 11e Importer, and are'fiooi the *'
V df, Lire-Oak hammock, situated at the west side of the I Judge test arrivals. '.
' I credit purchasers invited call and o
\ arc to examine for
V 1r entrance into the Choctawhatchee bay, and east end 1 themselves. FORMY DUVAL. CENTRAL for let. Tallahassee, OCt ber 18,1835. 12-tf _. ',
< 1
I ;: of SU he-lherefore, warns all '
!t' 1,',,1 1 committing trespasses on the samaAnd person.he against April 9th 1836._._35. turn have this day } ,. of Samuel: LAND FOR of e LE.-A plantation oak.COflI'11 I ckor
the acres jhcdce land Chiefly
those on amount of ,
: would hereby inform who hare Storing & of Cotton.V. d.
V may occasion Shipping
.;; ", to endin the 30th and hammock, of hich 300 acres are well dun
: .. t purchase Live-Oak call ,that they will find it their interest 'KERR STURGES will attend to Storing: and or their legal ARDS, now read fur CUlli atioD: with reqUisite fe.DCWg a .
I. to him A as more superior Live.Oak It.
give for allclasses
Cotton-they will also advance
V Vhleb be found on of May ensuing. negro cnbms.-\.y g in Jefferson county, i'e .
no where.
V can (
Cotton entrusted their care for shipment to any 396w settled and pieasar. t peighbournood: only ? .
For terms apply to the subscriber at St. '
V Marks, or market in tho United States or elsewhere; and will -- east of Tallahassee and the samedi.tance.frornMI
d to Charles Haire, his agent at Tallahassee, purchase at either their Stores in Tallahassee DURING my noh'a
I. V or St. All persona and Monticeli ).-and immediately MJaeent=
V 1 i _"_l2w_'_ __HENRY_ _ _PENNY._ _ Marks. Oct. 4''h, 1934. ((8tf) Elijah W. the high road to Sc Augu.une. This JaDd WI .1 .
s T TOTICE<-During my absence for a few -weeks inJl CA3K J\1. D. Wine: 15 firkings butter, aucrney._ duly au sold on very motien tcterms. and toan.pproT r-- '.

;, V L V 4 Carolina. Mr. William Hilliard is my agent. "Is;just rtcdved and for sale by BLANKS or they will chaser aD extended crtdit will, it delired,b gI' .",

I 4e W. W. WADDEL.- -40 T. R. BETTON. hia.ofihxj. TATUM Floridian.For further' parti< lLp-a enquire of*ht editor of,Iv.og, .

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