The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: June 25, 1836
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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System ID: UF00079927:00192
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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fRESH I Baltimore, an extensive + I .
ssorlUI 'of goods, consisting in part of theLtli r j- :' t' '; J" 'I! 't I L _
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arucl Auditor
Ill,..1nng G1tOCERIES "; the Treasury, 3000 dollar of .

s, and hams, bacon, BaIt. curt* ....., t.- .,. ,. VI ..... For' ,
L'a.de rsm.JdIin and mackerel .i; .. .'...-.- ,.. ......,...I,. ... ,.. compensation
f Hour, e messenger -
iW Baltimore: ,.... ., in the office .rtfirSSX
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1 p tal:Wrd herrings and codfish ,, : I four-

., {rn&iIDport I and other wines other, brandies, I ..? .. :. I. 1 2 NOUS FAIRE:sopraad''ft' .I teen.thonaand For nine hundred dollar.
eogniacand compensation
and .I--. .-. .. .rw-.4 ,. ,1', ....' to the Second, Auditor
fb'a' citron
: tamarinds, m ; wm. .. of the Treasury, three thousand! j
r'ed.gusgtfi'S': and almonds doUM.l
raisins ; .
Fl __ .. .__ ... For
p.t5I: Pr s cadres, and anchovies, : .. .... __ : III""" W\1m (fIQ '\f< 'Ifaa", compensation to the cjerks and mes-
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\c'dlrs"'h of all -- sengerin the
an.cxlcnsivc. assortment other R ] -- -- office of the Second Auditor
tibztllrc ittd ,
%'s of c., ., : Asti-Coetir+e Pill. NOTICE. venteen thousand nine hundred
br ccragitVGOODS.k II .tteltoa ct&be aume..a&aompt&&c It to bear the dollars.
at'row Itkatt6rM of !,palm IHE subscriber respectful! informs uVc; debilitating effects of all climates it is F or compensation to the
invisible broadcloths IioXad s valaab1e. ..., the conveyed by th Third Auditor of
nnd 4i. circulating fluids
.rccn .. that be and {
CIne: OQ\he.I1'tWIC. will have the tend corrects their the
F;, snpertorl' painted muslins, \y determined to oonHda the ILAiD ency to all those diseases which Treasury, three thousand dollars.
leaf sales er..h1Jtwty: to bcenh in dllGe -(D u -1L thoroughly repairedanTfittednp; lor ated blood originate in viti For
VLicr lain and other ginghams, >lent rti of the the diseased liver depraved compensation 'to the
,r.'f 1' county:Y,.ffrom w'-n Gbe' .l'a Ja."a.H. reeepnon of those who are willing to tron'rse disposition to affections appetite, or pre Clerks and mes- r
:'nixrnnisand calico handsome patterns, had.. fwd to ga "'hG tiTeeptllllr ao be him by the tenth of Ikambernezt. He pledges him.self It of the lungs. lengers m the office of the Third Auditor
against the 1m- resembles ,
rLonJon Marseilles vcstir.g.lrfrlllr of colours. pal-tlCna of UnAutM :teitders; tie hu i ucted that every attention shall be paid for the accom- cordial rather than, in point of taste and flavour, a rich I twentyseven thousand and fifty doll-r.
for coats, variety His modation and a medicine.
cloth m D
agents con, convenience of his Every after For
:! Manello, $. Palermo bonnets (new err XPrk. PhUadel hi a' and patrons. taking mercury, in person compensation to the fourth
Tuscan, Baltimore, to Mile n6 j any way, should have auditor of
1t to tittt t1Aa111s aU otAtr A. A. FISHER. one or two bottles recourse to the Treasury
lylel: ) any otee !Idias.r t a k'earleltt11,1 e/ Tallahassee. Nov. 80th. 1835. 15-tf life, of this medicine. In the decline cf three thousand dollars. .
stuffs !a sate "IIi" when the
of For
variety panUioon has
system been
4'S tloth, I'd' Large qantit-in.c! a pcn'icioQ, wclll the next : it nourishes impaired by excess compensation to the clerks and .
h': and Irish I linen tnimitattoaof January term of Gadsden messen
laper AT county corn strengthens and in
and 1 rlair tte genuine re M-, supports it:-it is not ger the office of the
f cyd and gro'c! nnp shawls, Co n raapfsfaetured by Lucals : will present my accounts and vouchers, and ray pres uming! too far to add, that it fifth auditor, twelve
fA gs use alu..'" baling! and coverlets, s. ittsedR. Then&.Co.,Of.ew York.? .. 'find Zcnt; to 'M to .b e discharged from the administratorship of the T his Panacea. has been introduced actually to the prolongs life. thousand eight hundred dollars.

1 J 1osed gloves belts and belling I 8wJ1j.r.. : 'jtlttEtldOtQo1I': ettate of William Marr, deceased. 1 a short time, and has received! public, for For compa ns t inn ig the

I fiery,shionaWe.>cs + belt clasps I ) and art,,,,e ilk J 01. trtitiag'. i, Thst r_ k-c..ri flatctmedicine _..'.'.'u. "JttttCa_ red ,thousand dollars.*Q"t' .1..., _

lyesf,buns; ,"SIJ"handkerchiefs}\ ard cambrics, ". ,i ; t''W M..:W ... do<>llSnd.wi'IPayan+ property auihentiJLca abroad, will ever induce discovered hundreds and its nape at horns and For compensation t<* tl Clerks' and '+
1.; etc. ctc. etc. elms awnst the U. Stales aye thousands, to the mes ,
etc. apply
: for senger in office
roes : Wl supplies
stir a
G'DCts! r : rflr.NabSo General Agen Ta ftmmmed services for i it, to reap the true virtue thereof. of the treasurer
I.KAU11 A DE cl.ttmprNO William or rendered ( the United of tho
1 : niadc order m the Kerr fc.o., ThomaiTiUe// except pay proper Notwithstanding attempts be made States, seven thousand
,..,. ? ? af to most of troops) connected with the recent may ta impair one hundred
*" James operations
is .""t\t.nirurc stICiWAl' C. let Quincy. the Semmoles,claimants arc requested to against theu the confidence of the public in the efficacy and cura- and fifty dollars.

[lli:, cutlery, patent pocket rifles, pcrcus- Kerr&8tureslSt.Markt, accounU without delay ; office in Pensacola present street We power of this medicine, it will go on to conquer ; For compensation to the '
/ .-ansand !pistols, Collins axes, hatchets, etc Darius Alexander, Hickatevn, I posits the capi ol. 453w S. SHANNON. A.Q.1.op-! disease, relieve the afflicted,and earn for itself the good three register of the treasury
Williams ,
SADDLER Jc Co., Monticello, opinion of thousands and tens 0: thousands. Already dollars.
r Kentucky and English saddles, J. D. Carptnter, MicVasooky. A CERTAIN CURE :FOR TIlE ITCH it has earned for itself a name which dastardly- For compensation to the clerks and

k B.lpS and rcmstnartmgalls: and,saddle bags, The label of E. Barnard jr. Irc Will be on all the I HWEVER inveterate i in one hour's application tacks cannot reach ; that such is the fact, the number gers in the office of the messen
i iltaJs! bottles sold by the Above from taking cold of letters in register of the treasu ,
hlr wagon! harness, complete I I'r agents. by using Dum- possession! mast fully satisfy the most incredulous ry, twenty four
a11ncss,all t lade to order and by the. best ofPJ Tallahassee, July 7th, 1837. 48tf fries' Oiatmept.! This preparation, for pleasantness ; and were it necessary, there could be obtained thousand true hundred dollar
t, :: ...'..I. safety expedition, ease and certainty, stands unrival I numerous testimonials under the sanctity of theoaths For compensation to the Commissioner of
? !I. hats I Iqd for the cure of this troublesome complaint.! It is sorapid I of those who, after suffering the the General Land Offi .thr
".ra SIloCS caps, whips, canes, cotton most acute and ao. ,ee thousand dol-
as well st certain in its operation long protracted illness have been {
this lars.
1(; "<<1''!,. tmibielUs, brushes and combs.iTj'i'MrKY as to cure entirely restored to f ,
and a variety of fancy: articles I tin dingreeitleditordermateflrctnallyiaone hour's ap I health, but it docs not enter into the comprehension of For
jt.ui.cUiy and stona waic. For salo low, onual plication only! : many, how it is possible for botanic medicine to effect; compensation for clerks and messengers -
: It does not contain the least snch wonders in the in the office .of the
tot niSI l byG. particle of mercury or healing art, as experience ha* Commissioner of tho
l II. & T. E. LIXDE ERGER.irlIf.rriDI.TIG other dangerous ingredient, and may be applied with. proved them competent to perform, but such arcthe General 1 Land! Office, twenjy thousand
9" perfect safety by pregnant iemales, or to children at facts that they cannot be denied. hundred dollars. \. "' fivo

:: AND CONSUMPTIVE. the breast The above medicine can be obtained of G. II.[ &. T. For
and fatal of all Price 37 1-2 cents box with E. comPensation. to the :' Solicitor
r 111: most prevalent Diseases incid'ntWcin1izcd a ample directions. LINDENBERGEIt,11lonroe street, Tallahassee, r< of the
,-oclt'tJ-the Consumption-may K/: To the Ladies 1431 Florida, w.'th; proper directions for using it. 45 Treasury, three thousand_ fiyehiindred dollars 1

'", ,ctraccdtethe! least Al,inning: of disorders, .WhiLe : :For compensation to the-clerks
v and sound Teeth
i1"r. and
both [
t. are un ornament and a its CSSt.n-
; '.,,,!'Utd <-.:'jJ.: 15.V e-liiiiation it appears ble ssing. The best security for their be BY i ger in the office of the Solicitor o'f
'"\'l"i.J"CJJM-J:, : :slat! fifty ihousanu: perjonsdie annual found in the are of theRITISHJiNTISEP'IC advantages to [ AUTHORITY.] three the Treau-
ftI' ;.,r rUnalltliluil, -r+los tof lluse dreadful resultsn B ry, nine hundred and fifty dol llar3.
I ;;, a'TiiiuK-J to common' colJ, and a negligent FULL -UP DENTIFRICE. .
; supply of Landretha' This
A superior gatrfsn elegant Tooth Powder, with a little
.1' ". us the.i.ui.i* iiicuugii tlint generally ensues herb and flowerseeds very use r, :For compensation: to the
just received and warrented eredicates the in the and the x -C Secretary to tho
scurvy gums prevents accumulation ,
!! followed hydillicult 1 breathing, pain fresh
,1 II' by Commissioners of
; ; tho
K.B.PERKINS. of Tarter, which not blackens Sinking Fund I
aiidatJjstricerated Lungs. Violent anI.1.ttnuaueattacks I Dec. only bui : to tho .
: 16th 1835. 30tf
: loosens the teeth and accelerates their V 'VV& seventh of
also decay. The February, eighteen hundred '
\!: ; on Consumptive and :
.' mv One or two dullars expended in the pur I Storing & Shipping of Cotton. Bentrifice thus removes the prevailing causes of offensive thirty-six, two hundred and fifty dollars. ?
the healthiness and
floridness of
ERR 4- STURGE8 will 1 attend to Storing and he For the expenses of stationary '
and readers the feeth printing
; gams beautifully white. ,
1 Shipping Cotlon-they will also advance OD **price 50 and all other incidental and
cents. contingent
,rrpnrrr'r begs;; leave to recommend (which he : Cotton entrusted to their care for shipment expenses
to anv vV of the several
..mm' the lulled confidence) one of the most valuiedu market in the United States or elsewhere; and will l To those afflicted with Corns. offices of the Treasury ,

:> i'iuwn for this tiuublesouie und painful I purchase at either their Store in Tallahassee or S t. celebrated Albion Corn Plaster affords instant Laics of the United Slates passed at the first Department, the following sums, viz : :

I nit. U"ah jut:going i into detail, he deems it e- Mark". Oct. 4th> 1934. ((8tf) TilE! and at the same time dissolves and drawsthe Session-twenty-fourth Congress. For the office of the Secretary of the Trca-

..;' to :tb' hi; 111 his possession the most un NOTICE Corn out by the roots, without the least pain.CtItTIF1CJ. ---- ---- .- ---n_ I, coif, including copying, and incurred I
L :, Jissiimonials: ; that it has more completely an .T .-"To those afflicted with Corns on expenses: '
" ... ninth it is intended subscriber has just received per schooner : [Public, No. 25.] i I in consequence of the burning of the TrcaI ;
:tulle; i-uiPOMfor than any THE their feet, I do certify, that I have used the Albion Corn
direct from N. York, a general An act to provide for the of Bury building, twelve thousand ,
jjiuUr{ medicine, assort- i Plaster, with complete success. Before I had used one payment expensesillcurredJlOd five hundred

t f:?*remedy is perfectly innocent in its application, went Cognac ofGrocertes--consisting Brandy of box it completely cured a Corn which had troubled me supplies; furnished on account dollars. ,,

t I' cuudltlons. ages and sexes. Full directions I, Jamaica Rum N. E. Rum. for many years. I make this public for the benefit of of the militia received into the service nfthe For the office of the! First Comptroller one
"","II'Jon'[ of the complaint, &c. accompany each those afflicted with that painfulconiplaint.: ,
Old Rectified Whiskey Common United States for tho defence of Florida thousand five hundred dollars.
consists of Whisker '
r: which ; two boxes. Ointment and Flushing, L. I. Feb. 28. WM. SHAW.
o : ''C 1l'ricc., $1 for the whole, or 50 cents e Holland Gin, PRICK,50 cents box. De it enacted by the Senate and House of For the office .f the Second Comptroller,

,..oi!ul f the articles is wanted.11LMEDY Claret Madeira, Sicily Port,, and )J WINES. CT::: None are genninne unless signed! on the outBd.priDted Representatives of the United Stales of America one thonsand five hundred dollars. '

FOR RHEUMATISM. Malaga \ wrapper, by the sole proprietor, T. KIDDER, in Congress assembled, That the Secr For the oflice ef the First Auditor, eight

Cuba,and Jamaica Coffee immediate successor to the late Dr.V.. T. Cott,WAT.Fer .- tary of War be, and he is hundred dollais. .
excrucialing: pain-the decrepitude and deforJLwitj sale at his Counting Room, over No. 99, Court hereby, directed to
}, and:
) disorder:: are suffered by ma Superior lot of Saddlery o ititl appointmeDt, (No.4)r ;Incurred Dint die supplies: that have been furnished hundred dollar ;

hniMjiaii' of cure, or disappointment in the etltca Fresh Teas, 1 -- w. --n 1......AI ./1. ,"lIV DRUGGIST. in the States of South Carolina, Georgia i For the office oldie Third Auditor
six hun
( of toe numerous pretended antidotpa to .ff.oi t b'e Castor Oil. l.Io Tallahassee, Feb 83122d; ,. 30 tf ,
,,.... lI\UlO.e who; have made a fair trial of Expected per schr. Joy. a general assortment of DR. RELF'S AROMATIC PILLS FOR FEMALES. Alabama, Louisana, and the Territory of dred dollars.

111. iVM'6 CELEBRATED LINIMENT SPRING and SUMMER GOODS all which will be .-They purify the Blood, quicken its circulation Florida, on account of the militia received into i For the office of tne Fourth Auditor one
sold Uw for cash credit
.. 'U IIca-esuf longstanding, and of :he most severe I or approved A. FORMY DUV AI. assist the suspended operations of natare, and area tie service hf the (United States for the d C. thousand dollars.

'oral':ei) have iecL-i\edcertain) relief and many hartuii'orcdin :March 26, 1836. 3tf general remedy tar the prevailing complaints among fence of Florida. Provided, That the accounts For the office oldie Fifth Auditor, one tholtsand
t a few days, some in Ii4 hours! as a nun the female part of society.-The Pills are particularlyefScacionn dollars.
for these clninis
, '- Button NOTICE.THE the Green Sickness. of the : shall be examined and
j. !IHT' OIH in and vicinity, who were for in Palpitation
t KiiH-ctedwiili I : Ilheumatism. have very fully testi Subacriberreturns his sincere thanks to his Heart. Giddiness, Short Breath, Sinking of the Spirits audited at the Treasury as in other cases. : For the office of the Treasurer of the United

11 t.'t, Cciiilicutes are in the possession of t the 1'roprie ., and,'she public in general for the liberal, Dejection and Disinclination to Exerciieand Soeie- Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the States 700 dollars.

;"i"ltll'1gthemoltthorou( !: and surprising cures bj encouragement he has received since he kas been in tj, Married ladies will find the Pills equally useful except Secretary of war be authorized to the For the other uf the Register of the
II ,j>of this: powerful LINIMENT, in cases where this place, and solicits a continuance of their patron in case of pregnancy, when they must not be taken cause Treasury
1 ,!j,1': approved;' applications had utterly failed. age. He has just returned from New York, and has ; neither most they be taken by persons of hectic militia called out to defend East Florida by i 3000 dollars. ,

Dt.: lFRIE'S EYE WATER received per brig Somerset direct from that place, a orcoui umtive habits. Price $1 50 ahoy Generals Clinch and Hernandez, or by the I I For the office of the Solicitor of the Treasury '

--c. or inflamed Eyes immediate general assortment of fall and winter GOODS, consisting ALSO.-The celebrated Cambrian Tooth Ache Governor of Middle and West Florida, and : ono thousand dollars. .
gives and!
ease of the following Ankles, to wit:- Pills which give immediate relief: without the least I
- Ua such other For
recent sore eyes, the effect is militia and volunteers have the office of the
-'Aliorcthe'\ most uaiutc- Super blue, black, green, drab, and adelaid Broad injury te the Teeth. On trial this will be found one of a* been Commissioner of this I
; :.in waic cicccdinz complaint! has been of years standing Cloths. tbe best remedies known for this complaint. Price 50 received and mustered into the service ..f the !. General Land office, for two hundred thousand

4.j'. bad cases,the most uneipectetCoirj'.lf Do. double milled Casiimires of different lob box United States and parchments
, \ : relief has beery found in the use of thitRajr. cert. cents a regularly discharged, to be cost of printing patents, and .
J .aer: ev eiy oilier remedy had failed. Man An assortment of super Sattinets. None u genniae unless signed on the outside printed paid in like manner with the volunteers and : cost of books for ;patent records, thirty-nine

.. ".:"' '.l.o, 11t\eu>ed i it, pronounce it the best pre} 100 pieces of Negro erseyt, Limeys and Fustian wrapper by the sole proprietor T. KIDDER- militia ordered into service under orders from I. thousand dollars.
and American
..' tntji these English, French immediate successor to tba late Dr. W. T. Conway,
,..iil) in cases complaints of soreness they! or hate inflamalion ever met of with, Painted Muslins,Fancy Shawls,Handkerchiefs,and For sale at his Counting Room, over No. 99, Cour. the War Depatrment.JAMKSK.. :I For' tract booksother articles of books and

-.. 1 1.Jg. 'ncea. cents a bottle. long Super Pongees, LufUuxg and Fancy Bilks. street, near Concert Hall, Boston, and also by his special POLY stationary furniture, advertising, and all other
, 1 .we tia.Ready b\ (No. 5.) Speaker of the House of i
arc genuine unless the sic appointment Representatives. items of
reigned on out e contingent
. made Clothing &c. Cotton Bag expenses, including
; ginr.
>d E. BARNARD Jr. <$- Co.
hole M. VAN
wrapperby proprietor, T. KIDDER 500 brown, bleached plaid Domes- : BUREN, office rent for additional
imped rooms
pieces for
saute: Tallahassee Feb. 22, 1835, 3)tf Dinggist.g required
kuccessur the lata .
r eo- tf'eat;: Ins Counting to Room,Dr.V.over No99 1' Conway- Court Bale Rope; black castor, beaver, drab, and Wool Observe that aone ire genuine without the wri- Vice President of the U. States, and \1, writing patents, nine thousand five hundred

:d ''.Bar; Concert Hall, Boston, and also by hw spc- A few Hats.dozen: Walebone Bonnets. den signature T. KIDDER, on the outside printed President ofthe Senate.Appro'ed dollars. ;

-.'Pututuieutb1; Driif gist.X. 500 pair Ruasett Btogan Sho4s. twrapper._ May 28, 1836.ANDREW. For translations, :and: for expenses of !

\- -.e.i. BAR ARD Jr. !t Co. 500 pair Kipped Brogan Shoea. JACKSON. and sea letters three passports
f.. !diasFe: e, March 13. 14 (N o. 3 | hundred dollar .
Gentlemen's and Ladies Shoea. !
f--- Walking .C [PUBLIC No. lg.] j For stating and printing the public
Olr.lt. FE'S 250 pair Negro Blankets large Rose Blankets, Ite G accounts
r :)!J t1tJJAt& IDUlo a Old Cognac Brandy Jamaica Run, Holland Gin. An act making appropriations for the civil nnd for the year 1835, cne thousand four hundred J

'jac:ol the tuo'. tthcacious compounds in the MA Rectified Whiskey, Wines, Teas,and diplomatic expu ses of Government for the dollars. ,

t'tf *.,: ,ItIA !r.t,ten, for the cure of that clans of invet Cuba, 8t. Domingo, and Jamaica Coffee. year 1836.: For compensation of superintendent :
1 b.seae With an assortment of Cutlery and and
*\ *' tad a vitiated, pruduced habit of by an impure and state eihi ofthe b Hollow Ware, fcc. Crockery Be it enacted by the Senate and House of watchmen of tho buildings occupied by tho I '
body usually -
ff *tICUI:, .,:,"el in the.furniSof Scrofula Salt Rheum. With many other articles, too tedious to uenlion. Representatives el the United States of America Treasury Depaitment, the sum of two thousand J '

t l/.T.t..oW to,,:;t. Antll nyg Fire Fever Sores (even when All of which will be sold low for CASH, or approved in Congress assembled. That the following one hundred dollars. J '

tai..,., 1Je; ; fca! :'(:ted.) White Swelling'ifolied Credit. Country Merchants can be supplied sums br, and the same aro hereby, appropriated For incidental and contingent !
of t
small advance the
New York
at a on prices. expenses
- J JebisLini ent,) Fool and obstinate LIe leer
i iL I f :.Ie;;' 8ud eyes scald head in children,scurvy and* The subscriber will advance, and ship Cotton to to be paid out of any, uupptepriatedmoney -said buildings including fuel I, labor oil, repairs .

*K'4: !out, '?'np'ttl' or Oorbuncled Face, festering New York or Charleston, 8. C. He will purchase in the Treasury, viz: furniture, nnd for rent, amounting! to thr=: o ',

'I Vs: and u'"erial taints, throughout the body, Cotton, and give the highest market ricer. For compensation to the President and thousand dollars. .: l
: I
4 .. 1a4 tcwetlw 1 drops often cure when merey ALEX. FORMY DUY AL. ,. Vice President ofthe United States, the Secretary For compensation to the clerks and :
' They are also' September 5, 18S5. 4-tf messengers :;
; lll .
; < best Spring and Autuau.r i of the State the Secretary of War in the office
Iho of the
f ,'ctt punfy and cleanse: the system from humoarf EDWARD HOUSTON Secretary< of:1':i, ,
k'nim1; : !:1 i appear at these season". of the year at Lct Secretary of tho Navy, and the Post Master twelve thousand six hundred and filly dollar }

" I-itoS dtheprucesaof digestion and b purifyinrti' i Attorney General, $60,000 For compensation to extra clerks when
OFFICE in Jefmon Street employed
\'.. ,'- I ..,pre\'eut*. '[', the 8e<:retiy of malignant bums nr, next-door to E. B. Perkins, OI.E.\.V frnm v"o''' fi.1 mutts t by For Clerks and messengers in the office of in said office, three thousand six hun
1-', >.M "Uln'er.r r i Ie Proprietor[ con 6.tondy! r\'ntm\ pea Lkuggtstr::, PREPAHF.D 4C Baltimore, which may bethe Secretary of State nineteen thousand four dred dollars.
j.. surprising cures effected by ihete taken with all &. in _
Jan. 30th 1836. as 6mCASrts perfect safety by ages For -i
d lilel: only' w Boston and its vicinity, bat throe gh' cure are for the following diseases :-Dyspepsia' hundred dollars. contingent expenses of the office of th! :

II :aailifQ! 'IOQ.1 fur the best i proof", their excellence as received M. and D. Wine for sale: IS by firkingt buuetCUjust Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, Inflamntion of the Stomach :For clerks, machinist and messenger in the Secretary of \r ar, three thousand dollars.

?:f'td s;,1ful alterative! article medicine in all the cases above 4G T. >IU BETTON.DR. Heart Bum, Dirrteha, l sentrY or Flux, Piles, Patent office, five thousand four hundred dol For books, maps, and plans for the Wr.r
has { :
.I" "'PII' recently been pronounced I Fistula Obstructed Mensuration and Fever
t t lars. Department

j t,!d,t ll;icj'oof the first lespectabihty.! who had wit: DR HIJJTBR|_, I Bilious Remittent Fever, Typus Fever, Scarlet ,J j!e thousand dollars. '

}.ttukethe l'urJlrllilug ctlicac '' as entitled, m his opia SPED' VID< mIlU DaIDItc Fever, Small Pox, Erysipelas or St. Anthony's Fire, For incidental and contingent expenses of For messenger in the Bounty Land Bureau

.:,ta.bo\c I lead of all the popular articles known e Ue o'rD :Jfuter.,. 1A8iWDable r l. Alt.hmaPleurisy.Measles, Yellow FeyerCostiveness the Department of State including the expense four hundred dollars. ,

. ::.:,'IUI ,, P rum 1.1'!;.lai! uh. and indeed it ii fast gaining BY-d1. or either sex, ir they car.falll'o1lo,'; the Wind on the Stomach or bowels, Cholera Morbus, of publishing and distributing the laws twenty For compensation to the Commissioner of

':ce'1 IL bottle?! e8linmiMI' throa$5)J' very valuable plan, and copious OirecUoai a coara Consumption, Influenza, Colds .Coughs, Incarnation, five thousand dollars. Indian Affairs three thousand ,
, t) crG bottles or ) pen log them, are enabled eQectaallr to eradicate a its the chest, Palsy, Gout, Rheumatism, Infiamat ors dollars.
; r. i Lp.E>s ASTHMATIC PILLS CERTAIN DISEASE, and to restore lost health tore throat Croup, InflamaUon of the heart, Dropsy, For contingent and incidental expenses of For compensation to the clerks and messen

$.. *rltt attention 0 their I time. 1 wil,, with ease, safety, and.rWaty., in a few dnys.DThe Rickets) Diseases the Liver, Jaundice, Difficultyof the Patent Office, two thousand dollars. ger in the office of Indian Affairs, fear thousand .

.: !'IV; sure, II. mitigation of these y4WmIDutrBtlon disorders and, : extensive sale and unexampled successor making Urine, Gleet, HystericaNervous & Scrofulous For the superintendent and watchmen of nine hundred and fifty dollars. j '

i .'.,'lei: 'tt cure, The Pills are alllO aDd gen-ef- this Medicine, in this and other cities, and Aria eipl; affections of the members and Iii aments Mercurial the northeast executive building, 1,500 dol For contingent of said ;: .:
"''-i rulclIY fur the I aD easy towns throe boat the Union, for the last fifteen yet n- and Veneral diseases, Ulcers, ,-Sores. Affectationsof expenses office, eight ,

.J': tie asth ffia' symptoms and preceedinrand accom- daring which it,WM satisfactorily> prepared by Dr. Cora the akin, & all diseases arising from Impure Blood, J lars.For hundred dollars. :

f d,,lficult.Y! of Ure4ljiiaig Consumption., li htaeas For and Co Ida- way, incontestibly prove, that when used with the IN &c. Price per bottle '4. contingent expenses of said building, For compensation to the clerks and messenger I .

':vwechest t Wheezing pare !in 6o the side, Spitting ruictne JECTION POWDERS, it eft"ec&be,.,. Mad This medicine has a powerful effect as a Spring and including i fuel, labor, oil, repairs of the buildings in the office of the Paymaster General

*tfA d" &e, Few cases! can occur of any of tilts speedy care of thttdiesdl'al disorder, 400m tamed. fibs Fall Purifier, in those whose constitutions require thtce thousand three hundred and fifty four thousand six hundred dollars. i

,.., ., I'IJftJcrn( whidl the Purchaser of Dr. RelfeV Scourge of the HumaA.JUce. nourishment and new vigor ; such persons would be dollars. For f '
1.'' cot und a rich return for ther */ The PILLS lire accompanied. i whenth.euere. much benefitted by using two or three bottles, which contingent expenses of said office.threo .
'It trifling expend quires it, with the INJECTION POWDEKB.and maybe taken without regard to drink or diet. Miy For compensation to the clerks and messengers hundred dollars. .

DSone are genuine unless aimed on the outside CERATE; these constitute most powerful mst tt3M persons are diseased for the want of blood being purified. in the office of tru Secretary of then For compensation to the clerks in the office J

diate rap.ler. by the ole proprietor, '1'. KIDDER, I applicable to the various stages of this Pretean dtftrf 'Thousand persons are destroying their Treasury, fourteen thousand dollars. of the Adjutant General, two thousand i 1
der. Fal'.and: pUindiractiona .with a popalartreatise> !. nine
scccessor Cjtuiious to
to the late Or. W. by neglecting apply a pro remedy to j
T. COMwAy ;
sale Y'r For to the First hundred and
compensation dollars.
at hit Counting Room No. explaining the tTarioaafjrmptopif: and lae mode oi such the Panacea will be more than double valuable Comptrollerof fifty i I ,

t. tear Concert Halt Boston, over and also by W his Court treatment, accompany each IK>X, so that penoA oi u a certain and effectual means of restoring them to the Treasury, three thousand five hundred Fer' contingent expenses of said office, ono ,

aPPa utment, Ly E. DARNARD Jr. &. C tpt. I either aex may core themelrea. perfect health and vigor; ; few families are exempt dollars. thousand dollars. i
D.rrllab (Price of,the, Pi'I.' ,, a boil the Injection Pow.d q u frotoScorbutic Ail'ectiontwhich exhibit various :
For the clerks For
symp compensation to and
; Drug-gilt. and Cerate 50 cents each.) toms' Ulcerations Loss messengers contingent expenses of the office of the .
as Eruptions, Debility
M, P.e.-DUVAL February 18. h2 07( Prepared from the original Recipe ia MSof petite: and Digestion, all arising from impure, blood Ap-, in the office of the First Comptroller, Quartermaster General six hundred dollars. .:

i!y to who has returned to Florida, the late Dr. W. T. Cox WAT,,by hi* immediate 8wvccssor and If not properly attended to, are sure to produce eighteen thousand eight hundred and fifty dol For compensation to tho clerks in the office

"! .W ale 1Un5clf Permanently,and R. C. AL.U and the Sole Pcopoeter, T. .KIDDER, wf the greaUikinjury to the constitution. Panacea is re- lars. of the Commissary General of :

:,t .rhey socatf will! d themselves in the practice or whom they may be had. at his Coutill.a tibra, i In cpamep ed in all seasons of the year, and in particular For the three thousand Subsistence, J .
to Second
: keep nn office compensation Comptroller eight hundred dollars.
.'J4t'h and at Tallahassee and Chambers over NaQ9, next door 16 '. dD ER'8 as a Drennt.atiye from all creates in warm climates i

.t, Was 01' will practice in the Superior courtsin Drag Store. comer'of'Curt and .....w.8tnet* and thoie persons, when diseases are prevalent, by of tho Treasury, three thousand dol' For contingent expenses of said office, including .'

bin a: '"Leonlell'ereopGadrden the Jackson, and near Concert Hall, -BoJUa, ami aJaa. J/.fo ftrtift taking the Panacea'three or four times a week,or three printing advertisements, two thousand J
'l$0 of APpeals. They pledge meat, (together with, .u.\IIIH ether.valaab>.."l4rdicioes foUr when bed lars.For
give strict attention all business oft liable spoonful's going to and the compensation to the clerks and messenger five hundred dollars. .
tot1e;management.. WM. P. con.. as prepared tbttte'Dr. CeirWar.Vit" ,M riontaa far no apprehension or being atta eked in the office[ of the Second CompoUOlier. For compensation to the clerks I
DUVAL. E.BAR WARD Jr.lt Co. ( .) 'W1&h the gloss Yellow Foyer, or anyoLhel disc ase, in office
cry'*rY 1836. R. C. ALLEN.oJt .. ,. Dace a lit. ; 'u this medicine) a valuable restorative of.the aXrabhnG ten thousand four hundred and fifty of the Chief Engineer, two thousand nino bun. ,

27Lf Tallahuwt, Ftb t3;;lS 35, 3Otr. lem,there by invigorating; Utc constitution,and ea dollars. dred and fifty dollars..

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f1't 1' :- ;: : H_, "IiiW"fll"_.'n '. '"r, ,"' .i.'r"'N _,,'.fJ':"' ,.i:"" --.'"" If,!' .. 'f'1 '1J.f. ; ," ',

: "Jft
. : ; -
(to .,t' .
l* A' ** S
1 K'H .,'
. '4. 1n8--prindiigr t( .-II is a source of the ",
a'isTmbty (:1 t tI
I'li-.U; J of the lnk and in Wi'hTerritory !1n of f abet Legislativd of ald JS shall thereby t ,hlle .1'c""tt .'It m.
'TrrrifM.CS all' '.
: hundrnl nn'l thirty and other,incidental expense ..
} Ilf1rtunttv
rorrreanrrs in > itr('i he[ laws; \.

,4, i.i i.-I '.1, ror contingent expenses of satd office, on: live I fifty one' thous.c :md! one h 1. nvlre.l t'IIII\' | ; fifteen thousand*dollars.' lands in Illinois- I Territory n.i. ethouabdfdtir hundred dol lIar .riot Perhl( 81)(:: 1g1ii t t. (Ire-c 1iei1-II'-of IIC'b n.t'.I't.

4V dol'urs. surve\in2 i the pul:he and library of s.lId IIlg many f m-7 "M!
::: 'our.ma Orrl. For : iiiei'i-nt! to lit the introrlllrtinn 'or ror the public building* T'HY'I' n-iW-sol ,,;
in the n\juMies t.
ks dollars.
*;. For compensation to th. dCI tho ;and Missouri forty thousand dollars." \whom, noputlcular( ciui 1 Ct
: : hundred iw} of tvw m lehincry and\ appiratu.--, iucl'itling lands in lISSIS3Ip.pi territory,25,000 vvoulc f U- ..1,, .
fjt-v: nance Ollioc two thousand nine application: of .ztC' \0pnH'r to roitn e, iI 111 ror surveying urn public For repairs and public bublic buuIdingStaten :: nt mg'. : ;
;.V : fifty dollars. office* ht : i.nproveinenls m me m ,1 1 It.: I g aid: I relinmpartment ; ll"- t u'n thousand dollars. Island, 4,500 dollars. I had! just rend, UH.re I mounted 1 1 mr ho*
of said first degree
$ For contingent expenses j I \! rpr s'irvtn-s south of the thirty of a of the ( the T" ft1r
: :: I t\vntv I tLl/u':1I11::t i t.CI.I! .rs.ror i of AI. Eor defraying the expenses survey country, correxpondei I ,\ hcttveen\
t C
| ]hundred dollars. I. to i'i" (;.UI. .)r, ..Tivnnd 1 f':, till, i latitn-le: ; : by the Surveyor General in the town of Galena, ITliribis.to be made ROBI:, >N III( Agua, Gel and t' ap' !lI1
:.j I clerk in the office ('olllp llnl.oq: I. I lots! Jl'tjc'al,
the I dollars.
five hundrea
: to {
r: ;f J. For compensation hundred awl Secretary nf the )1 tC11LUtfcrrttur! ), tt.:1: ;a'> ;in, twenty thoufidollars. the Surveyor General of Missouri ancrJlli- Lpon peru ug tu.it: p.irt nf the! Corrf .con,

: f t of the Surgeon General, ele.-ven j i ror onn'c\of. the Creek lands, one jy of approved the ivhich his t'XCcIC'a"ttrs ," it: Tiity. :
; I thousand dollar-1 :. law, under an act Congress ; I cu!I *,

' .-. .:} fifty dollars, of said: office, ,r.I' our.I For conliiiijeiit expenses of tneltciligan I I lands and privlatiti ate 3th day February, 1829,. 1000 dollars. I could! run but frel!1 diiM-; ,t""v th''! I IOiI fttl
J' : -rVeV! of the: public ': I Ii' li,
I For continent: expenses jvr nddltLonto
do.u. I in Boston, In ,
I'I'rti. ; Territorv thiee hum'rcd!, General of Florida. ror a custom house ) man Las h 'i-n made ioj stit.iL 1. ,.t t T ;,
VV.'i hundred dollars."j .I and i miieiu'! f the nhers !: cl.iim* by th surveyor dollars : \\1./011
i ; 'n / appropriation 200,000 01 t. loln'cr
" of the Tnpograph. ror compen-aii! dol a former ; giiity :, 1I11l'ql.i..otal. (li ','.1' .
and eighty t t'.
"j tS< : I.. t"4 Fr continjent thousand expense two hundred :wd of the Legislative! Con l'ii. pay of :thIirer (! 1 1I I >i\teen thousand: four hundred For a marble bust of the late Chief- Justice tradil.tion-pily th:11 he .rlfmH 1 '11\:1' tli-C lll'.
lltl' clI.pt.'eJ:
rjc: ; ical U'lreau' one t ol! the Council! I fuel stationary, 411.d l p.m Marshall, 500 dollars. 't to them .)
a ( tll'
i aid ctmp.llr.e O"If: t
I private j\Jif
& lhiriyfive dollars."fiy" hu .d.cli and iwfive :11\! r"r survoy! of the public lansls nnd bind- tVlI(1a ( I In.
r lour : ,
; thousati'l 1
six preparing
: For compensation to clerk in said urean, i ting, I I vl! rl.iini-j, : It"I tho Surveyor General of Lou. Fur payment I itt greatly in rrur, tvili: n..I: .I! t() I'IItlctor -
if! ; i ordered to be printed by Ctl3rJ.
: dollars.rorarrear.ipe! documents
despised e-uity! II|, }iai'td
r94 1" one thousand' do Ibrs.'J f the Ilative : j i.-j-ma, thiily fire thlJsal1ll! dollars. ng restrictions! If. ; (t'n !lJn r'
Pcn- of th \prn-fs <; : : I jrales and SeatQn, under the" same !
of the Commisaioner of the Surveyor cjort :o J.e( St '.rct .-v. ofV.ir, whin.uhject
For the salary : Councii 1': t the j '1riorv if 'l\\< alf.; HI. !I ; .1' .I\n'.ing. pbhc: lands by reservations as ,were contained in the up- W.liI", .

F: !/ ... sion*, two thousand five hundred dollars.from the.! I lor l7'3."j, in addt'ion to JMI m cxpeniiancc : Ii 1 I tJa\\ !I L: .!!..-. Ativ.insas; :;, t\\ onty live thousand *md for the same object, in the act of of' inqury(! and theLter txL.Ud Ta 'e ,'.. .

:i t /'. For salaries of clerks transferred .\ of eighu'eti hMirlr": ,! l i I !I, collar--:: ropriiition and 9 dollars; and u: I \plaititioi.:' I If I 1 !{Le cx;}"... .Ilhlo-I' _
and -ipprepiijtion f ) 5th 1832 15,600
thou : the ,
of War, four of the pub1ic May ontradiriion ard the 'i I
office of the Secretary tiic abr's: of t two keepers component( ,
I !
; i a-i.l : li.o O(M!H", ti : 1'.1' second series of the s tt'or ,
; ._ I (evelltv dollars : i.: !f'Y I Ij he volumes .f I
. .V.". I "e-\ L .1..r1.rtnlbt ih'lhc; Pension \JIIILC, '. ... .: .\ 1. .. I." I ;, :atl H.t,' thrctllldl.!, :: 141', :-p.'Vj"- ia rloiuki, fine thousand dollars. eight shall be distributed in the r.nkr the I 1:1:111 i.ti; i I.jct of ply, {"o, .. .I....... .
/ p
j laid .
.." Fur messengers hundred and :lilly dollars.9t ; and( Icily et nt-- I: 1"ftr 1.1" 't. .h: tt r f.( ''..!\ niiscollaneouscl I publication of the I first Ijat mean, untirititr: uinir I :ni'vi..cu. : ni I--CJ., I; <'
** were the.volumes l
_. L"i*. ':" tho'iand For coutin two eni expenses: in' the )iicc i 01 : For cotiip'j. ati-; ii to tlie Oovrnor: ,I' ui.s.-jrov;, 1, '. fl.

,' A.k.u.yao ii.. ::4 l t, -i. iiail; I l Ill a.-cerlniiH'd: '. lnr';. futl.er ..
of Pensions: : five th'luand: Scejetiry o: t.i.: Ici.ioy ;11: \ < July 1332. I > ? niiv: 1.1':1'1) c..l\ nr>.rtrhole

4.;.\. I. the Commissioner lliou and ti-tl;; >rs. i 4Ju f'f.i"S'- d| srtilcitKMit at liiii TreasIvirlvfj further That it I pcup'-.- y: It r 'Inn.; -.,1. < ,,,;,., '" I
, ? five hundred dollars.; Sec. 2. And be it {lenacted, \ '.
,*?": '. ;:: :\1141 Fr eoitinjeiit; of tic AikiTerritory I tho'.Haud doll.ir-s. of :t.ltC, .lie Im.t even :J.; ..rI u..l.c l : a t i'jrihi r n.. ::1 v: '
I cp"nos of the Secretaries r.
. the
hall be the duties I'IIllltmg
For the salary-of the U .
. ;f\/l' of the norlhwest executive lJllil1 thrf itruircd: a-nl: :ll''iy; .!oI! u\ -. I! i 01 tin; il i. it'5 ol tin* Ministers I .! )f the Treasuryof War and Navy Dep'rt- I to etiuiiitratf! iu tiie !l.t ul: ': j> .,;; vMTN" ,. ..
uui'a of thn nl I .' I.li.I'' lo ti resit iJntuiti, France Spain anu Fl, .'.i .
II : hundred nud fifty dollar- ror rompcu-V't"*n aol ,' : t I and of thc Postmaster General and t ti.t; l lllilLdn : ri HI'1: .-,. ..
twelve nentsj
. U I' i.,"';: ing, salaries! e1two additional watchmen Jers ol the 1 Le.i-1 iiive Couuou' ol iiu; 1 "rntlj. 1 ::11--it, tiiittv: >IK ihunsaud dollars.ri of the Senate, and clerk of the lae did not mirch r.'irti tl.e; t.I."rJ: ; : (;iierDinmnnd r ,
For the Secretary
; t! *., ." assist in watching the hnill.ill s of the \\:1r I n'" of :\ I!!.;::< t';. .!' "''i-linj! ; f'iil l, s* r 1:11r\: '. ; .: i hi; :,d.i": : : oftlio secivuiries; of1cgation house Representatives to lay before Congress ; !, at any ti.c: a ar fr,:Ti :: >. : ....t. h, ..''..
_, :i.o,s 1' .- Department: and the ad.lilionil hous s orell. ; inniig! : nnJ ui-i.i'm.i l : not t..1. 1.1i:1: t j-tJ'r. : t ti the .cnn pi; 1(_'(': ('i ht, thoils-and des dollars.nil tire ; in lieu J of. the statement now rcqlircd I mission i is LIPIP ().-lj;;)al,:.e tt> dovil-t f .t t t. Vt., '.

. : officers thereof in-in.lmg( I one ft' miivglfe 1 ,I I.l I I iuls, 1 ten tlhni l ii.i tloJas.ror ] ; !. ror th' :.alarirof ti'! charge law the first week in each anlu: t"lh..I, tiny: I t.:t;.t it iv.i- stti-l' '.-T.c 'eia; ,,
\f ',. pied by : UnHand, )>y during "
I Dciitii.irk Swollen
.l\ t. th ( nernor, j "imd Ju l { t1) I'urtujul, .
or -at IuI I ) *
for the semee? \ COiipt'fl of thwil > rir; l.vr. .
: und twenty live dollars} Chili Peru Iexico ;iessionfdf Congress, a statement of the exp| en fhlriJ", p'irticiihrly; ?"
. : of !.\:171 Fcfrittu eV.ho'iand j'irlov.: iii-i; :iuni, ]llrazil, ,
and thirtr S'-ereiuy: : i : : v, 't':4I :
hundred } batrali"ti
: ..ft'c
jj those employed'! in i eighteen ; \t.-\v (; inaiKi Prussia, andy ''i/ures made by them'respectively fromontingent the larDer pirlioti I v\s cnurnsfjnvc l !'',
"!. d ilol', r (Coair.ilIIP': n.-a, ; -
: and 13fl1r.:
"I'j.r-i':, live: one thousand one hundred twolltr e\vn i th-eo tho-.i-sand: dollars. funds'or their respective dC'po.lrt- been tm ;.'..wlepr: .(!hnt in r x;n" :-: i ii tina ,
: I ror the rontni '.'lt x'ufs of th*' f'uJi i aI (' )-/M'jla. >5\y I
five dollars. ; the 1 1inn nents and offices that of the Secretary o .Ii i tiun tin 1ct of Ls _,
]| thalarv tf the (I iogorzi.iii to lcga I ; at COIt ; 'x': "
; of jairlluilcl lY-rntoiy tl.ri-e intiiii--, l asio ti.ty tl: iluirFor : -:. r-ir ; '

Pi 1' For the contingent cpeneS I ation:i! : and IIti;!"'aj<' r,f ilv M .tn- of th: L"itcd S-itfs to 1'111 k 'y, awl for State to.include. all the contingent expense or (trnounccd in to[ :) f IWfIhI ar1f{ UT': .I" i ;,-. .. .,.. .
furnilure. 1Ir.
oil I co-npeii
P ,,,.._ injr including! fuel, la'aor, hundred jep and \ tJer- 01! ihe L- .-atiC"U1.t; ot'r'or.... \, I' .;' ('uil1"I.i t e'it'nCt. of that: Irg'ition: six thou foreign'i intercourse, and of all the missIOns the ignorance:: II'!;: ri.iiHiiitia* \-, ". i-!.".:' :: ,.".

., I !: ?l t' ofbuilding\ three thousand: one I lit't olli.e;.. :'eI\lllt, !Ifl"t C..U :1j:, :I 'l. :: t- :.ji.,1: liv,* IHUIlt. eel dolhrs. abroad,.ex pt such.expenditures {las are settled lI1ailitwll! -: ;,-.'.. luvv marr.,'.I L> ,- .'. 'Y :

*:'r'. : eighty thre? dollars. Great Britain, the certificate of the President; said .r"tnJ .
. [ ;/ < rlrks tnd 1111'S- tillf..lry.! pi'iutitiir! and I t.iciiSv-n I* II! ox'n-ti', :. .! r.I' otiHiN of .Ministers to upon a n\.allU the rnrt : 3. \ ; (
For to M.I I ,
", ;4 compensation: of Sts-retary: of Ihe thJ'I-tI1.l! four: luiujn-.l] l an i 'I i\: .: J ia' >. f.'L iw, a';\t! ''pain, twenty seven thousand dol tatements to bo abstracts of the ncculmts ao; couM! .ha,'; l:: or: iTi-taJ.: I" ,
ofi'ue t tre: .
in the to whom paj'1ments '
of all
. % .0'. iud fir r-M nironni, ; es of the fx;* :! '*>4 of fi.ei 1 air \ mil the names persons Claimer airaiti- the r -ri.pria j ; .;'j i i t l.:

...' ; Navy, eleven thousand ou; & .r :i I..I. itive .Couiieil of rl.jrjJ.i', 1:1e:. huu'Js's': I .4 ; : roT otitiits (If t riiar; os de.s] af lire: to 1\Iexi\ have been made and the amount po.llJ i ito I"pnrt of the rcMrl M ray ?'.t! ..: n. t. .' t .

"t .' ty dollars.Yv <- ;< of tho Ot Cf' i ti.ht,1I.1rs, an! sixty: ('('n'-*. {o. Pril- .i i. and! i'eni, thirteen thousand I Iror five each. I" !cliralioti!: tar! ffic ,nu::: :!i\1t! :!' > ; ., -.

J. : For the contingent i-\pcn three thou ai1d I ror :nlon-anc: lo I 11ws.-!:*:t1it; Cf'I'-? I.I I. hm.'c! cloth!.. Approved May 9, 1S39. II nay fuitl;.er '.!.. : Lei rl-.r i'dtii r.. .
1 *" of Navy,
. r t. \. : of the .Secretary. j '111 DisJriet .\ttoi 1'Y. nntl.T the acts I i'ctiltMtien ..- :.. tijo *;Ilaricof the agents for claims at -- S I CHhlIQ> but HIC: con..; ta the t li '.. .

","f' *" -lolI1r') to llvi Commissioner: 0:' I : : piivulu: I latul I cl.umin .i.I.i : .. 4-nnl'jti nod Pans, t four thousand dollars.Fr FJLORIDIAN : i: :!e hef( T.irir: niTiiotuevrrt r> ', _- -"
i 1 For compensation
; 1/ .f X aBotrd tea thousand iivo t hundred f;nr 1lon and! dollars.ror I th-,' i'\i"ii-ps| aI: ;.Ill'rure with the 13 1 arU &Zt U .OIl&333:29SATURDAY lIone( ot t them" Jrern nt qtr.n TCI( :, : .. ., ., .
7- the > >
. ChifJisti *, t. io VL.-- t-.\ -It'.: ti-i-.isaiid! : dollar ,
: comv.i-.ili; 1:1: to tvj : 1 'j' S I have too iijc fuut'.i..a: I'-I: ihim.t't i

) &*, dollars.L to tile Secretary: of tlC! j: \' .< :'ialc; ( .!pj-; --5, aul: Dislrict I ti'Jjs: I f! .. r;.- the M-li''f: a.i I orotijetio'.i of AmCric JUNE 25. t, and t.-c* !r' at r''H'tf_ t'.i-; : ; "' t :
For : r-
compensation -5-- :
.:L.%.z ..>;l Commissioners of ihe cavy Board: two thfl1- i [nit .-.I l Stt5.: eighty! otic. th.)Usa.iu f.t ., I. .- ,;o'li':! in foreign cu.uit.io5s!) thirty thouaml I -The- -Creek- --- IVar.-Nothing of iittvrLat.ce 1 bas I my country: to t Ui; i; fruu.eu.t! ;.l, r; .' _

. .I j
. dr.I j: doii.irs.rnr : -.T5. : ,.... .. ,
101 dollars. Nation within the last l\VO s.ld!, and me'anr'toily; aiia pifuV c -.
sand: : .' in the? Creek
. :} ; :t For cotnpensntion to tlso .('1i*!!.:, driugh: ., i tiic: t.'xil..MI : -The spirit
;: l !- ttoi< of forcjL'n t coiiniries: tinder! the reI'a week same
of the COin tbu .SupreunCourt of the! !'uu-.< tSt; t'! I '
:'** '.*'. min, and ivs;en2'T, in the otlifc 'I' to the operations S atc-s To say-' ;.:en iii>i-H >;:i_'. ;. :' i t'
t.f 11-! I .' of of the id idle formalities, seems govern
e\'ct1.thouO"jl the of .i..htt"I& hundred a.d tiw: ; : : thc! ; > Representatives!
**' ini>si, ners of Lie Navy Hoard, lerm { / terminated the Florida ctm' lermt t.. thcci.! ','f it r.ke?.:; ..v t --
;, ,f I th iu-iid doil] ; ard uf 31.ri! eighteen hutid red and thirty o! the army, as .
t : ir
live hundred atul\ fitly! dollars. iree > an1:1- I rein siihjcct t enih-icetiir i ; t4.at: ,;"l'r'; : .:
;r.' es of the otlicethe 01 roi t'I": ; siljry! ofth I Chief J'l-tioe is. : "". ii.'c' tir>tsaiil i iiiii*. hundred( and eiglVP hty. I pain in disaster and grace.-Georgia :: :'.
For contingent nctkittz aBut .
i -" ,j fxpcn of the Navy Board, onc '0' late .J ulj: ,;.- Di.tr. -t uf t'MI un' :: .* fE,!!! ir< 1.j i thirty f >tir conts.: Lama with a promptitude worthy of all Ir:1 e, I.I Il. ;;.t eijr.t '. -
Comnn--ioneis I 't'J tine : C
1 O.tl.4lusud r 'i ;');x.pI --tin; the C-.Ktmi: house at :l'CW furnished! more than: the number of men i ne- I I ; i e n:t.'aa
1I hundred dollar ail J uf! llli Il L$4l24! l of: t'.tJ: ; n: i | :; ave .
thousand ei ht V\ 1:1f ( ., : \\ ,' : \i' '
comr r.r :
..4 A; the ot the superintendent: : of the t 1 District, ni.i" uiuus.ii live ,.1:1;: .I." i;!- .? ;r'J Jt ;aa ('nd'I.ia' his lot, seven thousand 1 Cl's-alY to conquer the disaffected party.-The: : ry :i"ij ,
I. For saUry mt meJo tt'i:: ash! &f.t.st:., :\ :. \I -
I Iwc
:.I! .f ., .,. bmUil1 .IIl! tho \:.tf'h- tiCJLH'! :,., .5 \1\4.." .! d. !,Ir:, are eager to engage in the contest but nothing :: y.a
'h .
.: ; c : ("t ux Custom House at the & : men, iv:..) wi'.i: U.it!.!. .1r"..::.! "- 1 l.
v. l.rMtilJl1 of tirne. friendly
sncn, one tlll.JnlL1: t\\U lIU'Hll44'.1 I'J' 4' ,1- ; ,vo1.r CZ11ifl'til t..e 1j. :\i' II\" -.t. : L' a yet been t, done. In) the rrcan t

J. :.:' :. h" .. ('J''. liiC; t_ t.J,'.; .**tui<.,1 4.:.., '....., .. it ", : : '..' .k, ia; t.r't! :" to former npprop II ron e-it portion uf \Iealinn have beca I It't: I Let fae lUto.t"r. .: tJe't'f.n :'.. 'I.! ,I .V ;. '-

*J. J'or con'iTi!, ent c.\nnFCiii ol* sniojnc'jding iL .huil.in: ;' TUT CojIClS.4 ,. t<*.t tO U.U iMlfK 4U Itho .. : li"tv. I -. '>."': il*<.I'
.I ?. -Lor ,, t'nllle.: r md 4 1 Aiiu.jj.-y; ie.ra4, ,
.f u.
lu.l ivpnirs
; .
: i-n rj1 f dollarj.ror : I of tht- .. .:. '
'f. three tho\:3.mj i t i state of things cannot hsr.-The people: will $o'ln re iJciit r.filur- :
; of tho ground ,
11 r I.., l' improvement and dollars '..r n inc. eiiwer, in saM 1 ,oiHc uvc-h-uc'l lir I th'j j.. yni"nt -if t balances due to office : take the affair into then} : mn hanlls.-It was a i iorshllufe.a! : rs. l?k. I**' r!i i- 1.- .. .

., f,. three hundred tify to the two As-islant Po-t< 1. UuH'.1 : t.IT'. I ('the oM I inturna: rovL'iui'i and direct tax being : udmt! measure of the \\\, ur Department to ul th.I I: sIfest.:1 lorce of rtul !t'S!? ri::-. n {f.NI .> <" .
For cornpt-nsalion:
: ", ; : of Itl .iltjadjtd .. ti.e h.tlan-1; of u ;'J:'Icr npprop! iation for that ..CforJitii; to "f'.rriu.e.; r f' '",' !i.e _
five thousand dollars.) ; IHU' ;,:{'11t c\Jiln.C.5 i>;: ( I ti'encral SCOTT, from 1 cite cornuiand", in FJa. : my
' t;.: masters General, ; i-irriffl loth! .; surplus fund thirty, tirst tI.raw ," : .
ijIec., : I'.rtT: ... ,:.
to the eleiks l and nv; i JuL.u. n .-It would have been eauallv! wise to l.a\'t'done the -r. :n'; ;/ ? "
i" .; For compensation : Dtt) ( .th! ..>r, f'ihti.M-n; : hit ti'lred and thirty five, I I :,...: .
" ;.: ,: ii the ofike of the Postma te- ( IcoJ I ror f>'iiM-u-iofl; to taa rfuortnr. ft. ," so in Georgia, where he is scarcev less u.- twic.-: hr''p, ;. f.fJ, .. "., .,.. "

; a. Fcn6crs Uu\-\ l1f : Coutt ,:Ii ...1', tl .v ..., :.:. seven Itull red dollars and tn-en .Jucc the -.UiV.WMu :If < ;'. ... '
rnr "4'I J, lorlv thousand, ihiec hundred and fifty I4 -:IJ)5t4t..a -NMJfvaic CA.I i '" 5 I ,')> ) and where the indignation of the peo;;IeI i eienr.: ; : :
.f : ilU.--. inr* c ccnror !-* hroui it : ; f .. i: i".. '" .
. Iis. ( hardly be restrained from personal insult t, as > hiiritly prc ) : < ;i>
". I can i
, .')! iar:For contingent, r.tn"nses ofan! oliiec, Sf J'JI"'J"r.1 i ..II "..n to '].:e 7Ji.-?.. if.t A "'. /.; .. ;pay.i:. ,:ertnin itiiribitants! ; -t Florida lore than three thousand troops arc alreadv a: !uerai cnin<_"Hr.er !.-Atn' f > : "
t" *, I.\i.. .l.O! .t( :. :us.ini4.i: ; and 31i-si- il'ri| .
H iI J 3l4r-;. as') iiil .i i-v 4 t'j:, : : ; j l, Jrtortuuatdv I :.' ,' ">. :
'iiiusand rive .1':1: ivd I ,0\\t.H... as ;ji. : 1 nibled! at Columbus alone, while die whole! lor 'Pt. he required' lo tuvrl : '
' ven '
tin! intin-j ,
bv I i.li
claims t.i ; I-T > 'tS: I
...f S For 'H'rintclldcill'V of the buili.ings) Ili1. .I.CS{' JH th :; ""'".'r.t1 .1' nt.J.'l :, t' c.\'. t...} j- uJt. ;ja.-" ul': the hostile! party, at the highest credible csti. : : :lte! t'fE-(,; !:* ?.:. ...
't '. % fHL 'i.'.--,i'Lt.. -::i: f.o i II .lauct: < u fonner ,. .- ,
i. .. J.I1 ,:.;;; $. Hu.1 con: H'II .11i'J:1' : 1; tflt :,lid l.i.L! UiJtl< !><; 1 u-- ,- y-,. C'lrnudto h ; malC, 'ivcs not exceed O.-o tluui-and ilvehundrci : 14.s.l! _.P'i.iI tt ti.j 'L'Ijti.I.t: I I' t.L ll
1. ; up .- .. .;'.,:'v''I'-ttn1! tiff tlitit; e.hlttt: t e
Watv-hmen an l one. 1 11Hr"r.: jx ceJ1 hui'.ui. J'ur <; -r1io t H: cj : (p': thi-. .J. .J 1d than eight hundred of whom ha; 1 wai"l, seu.; rrnjmr. i..< 4',"' '..'' *
tirrt i PC" >. luer oct more
...'... 1 .. /Ki-. ;' ',.I! on tiu th.iiv: : .. ..
'_,"* HUrl forty dollars.h. (.1H' .: 'J iariun-ti :
Ci ont .ousaic
.. t' ,. I4il''cn : u thitty i Lee:1:
illd hjlI 1 } HI' JII.11t.a:
h. 1..lrit:1
h ci21 1I ; .
| For ad'liiii.iial] cloii: !; hi :: fjr ;
9.S teen hundred and thirty five 1 i flirtolle lh'Jl1- j'I'ljr.: ::uJ v. ;t.3">>- --; 1\ aid uJ'tau 1h' ai t murder and pillage.Were it Ilotl for the isc.luej I D t .) y t"T askjy: i.liis.er3'.;.;.' y ::

; daiiar.5 at:4: ": :i !fou: fines titles; inl !< r'i'if; -, I' ( ;1 : ; > :'
i -
**. sannd nine hundied and thirty lour pun IJf rtrtnin cc-tific'llt'sueing udition: of the Creeks and their destitution tIt"I -1.I nit the tact Iat ntrvtr.v.' : ;- e.c'1: .

,' cents. '.:':STeJ 111 iJiu; n.1I fl;ht'h'J : l- ..d a i Lit r >r tli':1i.nt \ l. ::ii L, te itiei.r>i7iis i t>t"fie! ti! ,v, n:.':. .'...
+ fecvea t'."' loriiifi' il for th3tO'lj : holds,as well as the overwhelming! nutbe y '
ui.i.i 0.1 l1Prr1UUfl ong ,
iili," !t", ; I '
a.i 1
an.I. -I ui 1 jtitM-ecsliu' \'e.Ji" :; : 'l1iiLrht .1
; I'
of : : ;
: For the services a topographer :111' '. :1 coked. n fttitllcleat rea..a: : ; "
. t: : in \.1.:1: : j.:<-!, (-.un-ii! i io th! '; surplus fund on the thirtyi'.t I by which they must ultimately be assailed, we .
.j I and Jr.llIIt' ejt'fr"YJJ1: Lh1: ': ;S (ei5 UI: : I. t ..t t. -i! ft'1
maker f for obtaining : : ; \pl' t j I them, t f' eoniw t > :
thirlv of successful( l termination of thewar.In +
huniiicd and
i D !
; M'iiMihtcen should a
jJt. : : I" l. 1
Te rito.t :nl<'u 7tite .ire Ct 'tern m ; "l. J .: *'-' '
I and unet : > "
of the 1 overal I States : ,! their rflt':1' ; \.v; ;
) n-Jt
maps) ) t > bundled and I ofI destroy c-: ) :
thousand four this !
1 for
5 seven I singular stti.ings
4/ : accounting
: .- )111..il1' d J Ji,. *., I 1'111 .
" tiu;.< fIr ;ii':M t' < an t : /1 : ; i( <:- v-1
thouSiTtid ollurs.I -: we Jo tIZ I.urrt Jo'.vt! : d.l : il'\\'I
v ..a;.v : '.o .l-.;ars ujvi: scxei.iy six eLtits. one fact will explain nll.-In the FIMitlac.1mpaign .
I tolle '* *'ncm\\ 11J I SlaivsJail: f>>r U" silv !1.-\ jlai; ". ; ; I .. ', !. ". ."
r. For competisaiion; Surveyor (1)t tive 1 i .i t' -.:'- itcidujlil: and contingent expcnsitij.j the personal baggage of General (;,UNEStea' : !Irn't our--if TVC J : GO: c.. .
thousaidollars. 1i2 huutiieU \ ty I.! 1.2' : '
IIt'r.. ee : ; --r.
in Ohio Indiana and Michigan, iwo :: S Hlll 1 chi'dren 11.wi! ,, tl.ey: v..i
t- ,1,,; I .., Department 1 of Slate, being .1 balanr! carried on his own back-that of Gencr : :I"mr. .

J 9- U If..1''. .J' ( :,; to Villun: : Uroun, on thnt account, two horse t the\_' willi'f: "(.Vr. 4/ SCOTT in I oI.
of :. r wirl icagon .
Grner, iCt-1L
the ror tlC nauiK'iit c.WY: :
.. For campr-ns'ition to Surveyor IlIi t1: .,>.ind} : :id ten dol'uts and six cents. -- (tll'y may dovl.lle: : you are taii.rrn; ; u.c ir .t. :
.9 thousand five hundred cloJl: by I >pe-jil a<-:: of C inttrh .:W \u :: ; v; .! vi-
J"J, Aikansus one 1'0 i ; (;h,':, hire and other expenses in n 1 Il-: Another Il.dianIurckr.A man named C.r.TEn I. met at \\ : t I Ift'I' l.uwl.vt I ;an :: iij'tv th1:I If' :.1I '-
., ;: "; lai.s.g uvimtrnancft of 1t1\ \! !!" 'n to tu!1 Nonheastuni Boundary Agency, was shot and scalped t week in JelTersu tli' 1 1 Il.)t aid cou,'.,. t.I': .,- \Vi.ii I al : -->J .y'Utl
ofiict the n :t. I ,
clerks i i- said I "fr su; : For compensation to : ..-.. .] I,: .u-. a balance due to'ilhatii Browne ontlll cuunty.-A portion of Major CCTHBERT'S COO1maml I plish it.-Are li ere ati <- sit! aiuoi.; u S \
hundred dollars, ( is-s, ll. -a1iZ: lights b' p-ons +1>:j .> ?. ai 1ibsee.
1 one thousand; eight *. \tt:: : i.i:
.1 : It'l'ontwo: thousand seven hundred ani..i went in pursuit an hour after the oural"e j the I tiea.-on.iblc I !lrctrc; r.rpks!
For to the Sill \'or in LoUIsiJna ." '' :lie.lgf-, isicl t I:;.: the pareil'J.,e of, L-.1 lr'; :, "" ., I I ;''ul'' 1 I. .
comjasation i dollars: and cents these last l iVvv : : deina.;': *-
swo .
+j dollars. i kCffl"I''' .II.II I .",<,. "I'I'l J"1'.I'.t.,1.: tv) twenty wa Is committed.-At the latest dates, they hall by a p'.tialile
| two tlumsand 1' jcpm.- ; opn.itinns to be oarricd to the credit or the Indians the o cilIa ilhoutcoming i is a war of exeiu.ive i.itcre: tf tiC; !tOt':11. ir'v-
awed beyond \
J.un.r-I! aiejity I" f ,
For compensation to the clerks in ihe olTicr and I COI1illf'l1t! : ; C'AH. s-j, two : I, ?..r.

4 of said fifteen hundred dullars.I ( iiiu; tii'-UsanJ; tiinn l.'indi'ed Aft I ci i ;riv ...! tlnuuic. on account of. contingences of up with them and fears l are tntertainc! i ernment, to con' ribute to tlc: pro> c'its.>n oi t'Lt'. ...

1 r? surveyor ;"1 I':1: : iul:: < ours .'. notice "atoi1-f: : ; suc.i 'U't
will the i we are no )
For compensation to the Survey or in Mii Iy : dollars aido.eii centrnr : -*. that the marauders escape in swamps a.boUl .
4 ) J or a in. .i as (foi the service ofastronome ''them : to the t-xi'frawc
sis- be markeil nnd l.tup
> is unfortunate
I Stenahatchee. that IhcJogs
i two thousand: iloilais. ti lih," : irv'H-; n j ;a ,.. .y\-: nt. 0' the ':'
of : ;ifi ad,Iv'v: t tit 1- lilants, and incidental expenses incurre follow and Indian trail! : ikini!.-Let nil l l- c.Ji-il: let! r.ne "trn.u".c
For compensation to clerks in: the office nctr Midr: .;!!. <-iy.; latl-ui-i, :1 1I. ; trained to negro : } .
,; I. 1 tli.rh.1 t.1., I.:i- il nalvini aatronomical observations durm. i 'entr lICI I eti::itt lie I i.i-Je, and ti.t ds:: iaC< "
said one thousand dIJl1ri.U ; -. j 1ormf'r a-ii.; ; <. riatiui maw' :1.,1 I were not in that neighbourhood, at the.timeof :.
f surveyor .. '3 t
hundred and '
L.l' eighteen thirty Jive un tic Ll. "- .
? For composition: to tho Suiveyor ill1.Z.zbafla ,I ttcu !ho .J.j.i :uul lU.ifour, ihtcc! I:4. : ,'>! year iirrence.-In that case esc pe would have bee I speel1ly ended.-me stain upon I .
? .1. I i .! ;.ii-j of! t'j luniteenth! July, einhteen I / ;. .
w.lllt':1t':1'fUI'oI: :
thousand five hundred dollars. dojlars I I; fhu inna shle.-It r$ slwiishing, also! that people c heon huni'shed; 1 out, : ;
"to fui
one h :nSi\: .1 ill: I tliiitv tuo, provide Iu !
F .- to the Surveyor ii Floi- j 'or a liir'ul! ho-se 0:1: n I'np T >It". nt ltot. I will venture into the woods, in times like tnest, : uc: stL:nia left lay. if.e rinjor ..n.i'ia' I. n.r.
compensation tidu.aiiic..t
) :
( <
; !:: of c. Man preparatory .' '
a x"
II thousand dollars. ; ta\\at'UlI:'- J-hlld.! at tlijj et:1'' 1:1!: Ig without arms'-By this carelessness, CARTER unloubtedly tile army tat" Florida, er -tif.! --II:: ": ll -
ida line
I two tht. of the northern boundary I ,: L'r
For to the Secretary nppoin 1.ay, ill L.ikt J ; 1 j\li..lii.in, in -.-: .;': n i t. .J foi., ; ; lost his life, and it is hoped the metancholly i ida, ns it is too j-istK-! sni.l:: I't'I til-cr'
compensation 4)1 the Sl.jto oi! Oi.io: Provided, the eotnpci It .I. ".
a ed Jby![ the President to sign ull patents f t:,. cr :lparO'rI.ttOI: HHd'1.nrI1eLt., .1.'', I'. .: -:111:1 to( me priiu'ipal: : astronomer and a sis result of this temerity will prove a caution I'".Unger mel1l(Il'rs of i.e cr'iL 1."r'C."iJpurchased l '

tho ef i buudll.J .inJ l.iree I'.ji--.! tLt; ,! the 't the Wer.nnd -'
l >
lands. Gold under the a u ray iLirty jour to uhers. ; by siionoy
or t 1i1:-! -li: .11 i ii(4 cxct-ed that granted under tho.It'il'd (t..ein! > ',;
of second of Marc laro. tie: dominioit reelai-.T'-'d from :
the United Slates: per act the service of sury.
: "L ili"l.: : (fur same eighteen: TnC'vKentucky : (
eighteen hundred and thirty tl11c, one (ihou ,i 'or I a !h..I itt hf'.) o <-r Uencoa 1i'ht" onrpiers Of hlllld.l! Mid thirty threelhirlecn thousand sixhllll.JI'I Tenntuu.-I: is reported on goed authOlty ; b y the I valour! of another people.-- 'f.
Is ... sand five hundred dollars. : thc at tlie: hnroor (II()'tvE4ir, Lr.Kf i ()i;!- ti and I liiteon( dollars.or tha I t: a large body of mounted men, under the com and : did not do iht*.-HJ\'c nc,r"\! II

..,''i For compensation to the Commissioner of,i tarin, in ndiirio'i: t foiincr a'l'l'ol"; ] i ti.HI.: coiupensilion to James II. Relic, for; mand of Brig. Gen. J. B. CLEMENTS are on their : trrl'st; in i inItat IP ; the hri<;!ht csaiKp--1'! 111' th :-, h.

two< t\\C\'c; huttIr.'cl l #Jiiil.s>. ,. and Florida.General I i of, in the c.!:iledewiy: I
R ... the Public Buildings, in \Vashingtwn city, hi.. M'rvicrs as ines-jenger, in conveying tin -3Y from this gallant patriotic: state to most: disriigtisietl; any .
p i thousand dollars.) I 'or t'ir' ; reiiiov;.! of th ; tt:ht !vj.ui-*.<)\v 011! ol'l.ie Commissioners for the ad' CLEMENTS is personally known here .I the O.d: l IUIIIPU-\\i we Ji-nui.a 1 fltiii t,
!4 For the purchase of books for the Library ,'' the, lint t lh olid I of ( ;itt: i i-! iiuJ:!, 11.',:r tn! : III; or .i1 !nil-lit report of Private Land Claims, five hundred is well acquainted with the Indian cnuntry, ant ,. S h.''P the Unl; H', hnli f ue be abe! I Li) rd:.r i II.)' .,

I of five thousand dollars 01 \'evvpou KhniIvlatid.; 1 m a,111IH"! -j; tf, fat share of the a-head principle whichrendered ; oLouibiitv li' iiive 1cnIict *tC"f.xtended '.
1'. Congress, ; ,. has a large go- I t\'h knee :'
4 ; For salary of the Principal nnd AssitanI t Iller approjuiatioiis-: ci :;t.t ihou-iu.i! srvva LUidl't'd lIji.'f Ih, ; of claims of Lieutenant Indian campaigns brief and successful I. our ( alaI espi id fn>atur-: lr'Itr: l"mosr .

.. I[ Librarians, and for contingent expenses of I I dollars.ar !: Ctli'lnd j W.p1ml'i1;;.\\ CIlC and others, being par| when conducted by Old Hickory.-Florida: will I extensive: :, and! leat su.rcj>t.t 1>V II't f rir, :: t-

It I the library and pay of messenger, three thousand creeling a frame; builtling! : l for a .t.\.I\f1 i i iI of an iipnropnation made by the act .f the not be behind hand in furnishing her quota of protection. of any other7h 1 il':1> m, fn I "reJ"leautiful ,''

: : eight hundred and fifty dollars. j light t I, :.t I the end of the ue.-t pur, ai t/!: mom!! til' !i i of Mar. h, one thousand eight hundredi n1tn.-Our executive, as will be seen by the Pro.clamatioD our bonlers may be IF'l'1: .iit".t I .'I 111). 3 I IfOftsr'n

k For services rendered by Charles N. W. 101' lack river Ohio I nvo thousaini M.V r.umjjitrs. ; will leave ml.'n.nI".IJ.: .
: -i\teen, lor those object carried. to the which we publish to-day, nneffort : ot. the foreign r'p iiI" 't

l\le( ham, as assistant in the Library, at OIK: :lJrrl1: ; I'uncl on the 31st December, 1S26.ipronnatcd untried to restore. peace to our bleeding pcal L hy our dtsceiulants. toiarncttr, arid Ihe I:, ,
dollar and fifty cents diem, Sundays excepled I r '. ', od in tiu! i'mids' lird Mnrch 1828 thin ti> rt-pCl
per 1 I'c i t' 'j: a Jolicirney ; ';; on the 20th of ,, frontter. tion now acquired, m.pnt I
r '
duunj I !; ih<; Miiinjj of Congress, from Ihe ; .:1! o r-ick i and tl h!> i6led 1 > ail en. n.. VMNJH. nu .1 l again carried to the surplus fund on the \3 (111" iF'1 r

.December second eighteen hundred and thir- I I
ty three, to Match fourth eighteen hundred 11'11I1al: ) :.: nine-!.; ei.!hl, au.l 1..11:1.1 \' e.:.h- t ct'I". in the Mobile papers to have been kill edin cr.lumnitor only hy rctn'>RStwf Ct }

find thirty five, three hundied and ninety eiybldollars. l teen hundred and tuo, liiicea t.ioo.s.o.J c!.IL : ru-: the expense of medals nnd swords for a pe:rs ,nal encounter with a rival chief.-The 1he ncrai c-ivernment h'-; iL-r>iuHMiti; I'Z hrf"lIlllJ lll'llI.

I.lrs. \ Cult Crogh and others, 5,100 dollars. news is too good to be true, and comes in rather the C'columns-llf a newspaper, tnthecc: 1 j.

+ For compensation to the clTiccrs and clerks ror expense in ir.lation) t to the i leli.1lt' reriusr I I'or tiv expense of of bringing to the seat of a questionable shape.COLOJVEL execration oj/ ajcsltralf >o.? unit wllh !

of the Mint, thirteen thousand nine hundred) tain lvcnl debtors of the v'i.-d!i lute t >, rnmtMii the voles for President and Vice te jaovving seniinicnt and the! conduct ww .

S dollar ,undt>r this act of j-cventli 1 .Inae erh i i'i-:. h tin- t' c .iileut of the United States, 8000 dollars. { READ'S LETTER] dictates- f. 1

t For compensation to laborers employed in l'cd HIM! thiity (four three. thousand (Inrurs.r I .'L1r the survey of the coast of the United COTTAGE on TH&.OCILLA, .7tb June, 183G. The People of Florida-Let them not.n. ;

the various operations of the Mint, twenty one }' surveying the public;: land ia c" iio, si.\i ihundn'd I :iti's 60,000 dollars. GEl'It'LUUI; regret, that I cannot fulfil myacceptance of his I excellency, Majur GeCV.

: + thousand dollar and I I and filly dollars.- + I FOI' the j Goveror, judges, secretary, district to your_flattering invitation to be pre.Sent the lunmies: alone. Let rtem to the tLSCOTT .

y For incidental and contingent machinery expenses, for allow-I FC'r surveying the public! lands i.i Iiiehigauisuhi : aH )rimy, and:! iuarBi-ti, and'contingent 'dollarsompensatiou expen* I. at your.festival,which I had the pleasure ofaddressing by words and battle cry,-of flr.

repairs wastage, cost of tilt Wisconsin Territory, 9,900 with I the watchword
fiftei'n thons-and do'l! 'irc. itS, 1 left the city, a few days l
in gold and silver I members yoq before
I unco fyr wastage I ( and tnileage of the
1 of' the Mint including sixteen thousand dollars surveying the I p:i cic; lai.u,1 :idiigi

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Florida filrcr \'- I bearer of an application from of D
h:1nJcll some our citizens I .

I-..* : nJs SI:1c'C I to the governor and people of thai Stale fer volunteers country tnh'ghtened indebted for philanthropist mdral achievements which 1 Goodwin, the stir-name of the other man, he did correct deportment
had combined"with
.,. I to assist in the defence of the'tount"y r.e BOst we leave thi despaired I not know, but his Christian lame was Charles intelhgencechiite1} } his uncommon .
I,1 'llfillh', t' subject fi.r the present. j Indians who the admiration nnd secured
tf.t' 1"l' 'I' I this summer I leave TIlE A"1'** will The committed ibis outrage bad: their, Ihe of nil
; beg through he SYSTEM require friendship to !,,
/,. )' 1 .Jieiit scrvafll. same medium thata school j ( ? pai-ited red hair v.- >m he iv.is known. But
shall be 1 wore long tied
\I.cr'lll I.E.lGII! flEAD.VIIj.E4fl to invite all who feel esiablmhed in the great naval their (were vain to dwell on the
'C.. I may an interest in the this for depots in I i back3, which I know to be the fashion:: of the h.inwa.'s character of one sornihiar fa
ihe endeared
country so nil.
." \ .MITCHELL. HAYWAKD I matter, to call at your office and peruse the letter men for sea service. purpose A six months training young I ; and) as they arc represented to be taU, hand- tion coud, present no to picture The iondtst imJginaI ,,
tu..ienviil be I iTtiur
I '. Governor M'DcrriE to sine men, I should lust c"nir lion,
\ myself them '
embodying an enough under proper directi .n. merchant I pronounce at once bet from which afltlrt.eJ }
"r.1..ll Every hVienshaip
$ .j .' answer to all the applicatinns. I am the morean.xious vessel will be required by law to take t longing to that nation, it they hail not have made t way'Ilh ser nwn: would not turn a-
number and
Ijr:i'f 1 Slh! June, 1836.For of these a I tl.e attack on foot, as tIle! Kioways generally Spect unavailing: oniritisli. r
, I 'run FX, that the letter should he read, inasmuch as lads, who instead of being f green hands on !horseback. fight Distressing as i is the reflection that 'we ,
:; more than six months I a xvill be of real service I My informant did'not knihe never can
it contains of to their i iIi rp.nre
T,, C"r'II expressions much good feeling 'Io- employers. What nation tO which those Indians mov| on earth the delight of his .re-
tf .. U- '.11 wI'f'c.1: tin lllir now wanted s that the ton ; I belonged, nor did pr.ce
11'1", ward the people of Florida. na should examine I any: of the party, who escaped the Tior the pleasure of his converse, yet
f .
massacre which
Territory L
.1\ (
: portions liS matter that the attention of I find
c consolation
tI I "III' l'uM: ; t'lt'l'lIcl1I1'rum the I t first I II You will remark that it is dated on the 8th June. called to the bct interests Congress may* be I was intended. Although they were xvell acquajnted : has may in the assurance that he
.". / of the
I departed to a and!
We I with I more happy congenial
I't'' I country. the I world
"S,. ." ,j r"" .'; III;' I j'".xiiiiiiCN .your filiation/ cxcil-- ,! This is Io be accounted for by the fact, that the respectfully invite' the particular consideration of I Arrickaras; Sioux Blackfeet Cut, Snakes, Arra..VjhoesChia'ns -lh' abudc of the bes! "e -iheinlieritai.crof the,

JI. I t":1l...:...IIftl"rl 1 of the (;l'lIcral! Government I, I governor was absent from home, tenxdays after the press.- iratliington .Mirror. of the I prairie., I ,am theref.re throats and Gross Youtres virtuous! -the rich recompense of man's f faithful l

." .1' ,I t' 1..jrCt'5 wore promptly I .provid. my arrival in the vicinity of his residence. tlal: I h..se I Indians inclined I.to believe pilgrimage on earth. In the vivid recollection of
I ,
I.i'l 'irtuaMiircesMul I terlllllW t lun. : they were dismounted his
: :. (tic Respectfully, etc. FROM THE ATCHEZ COURIER OF JUNE 8. when, they made Ibis many virtues we have some resource for; the
-. wilh I I the jr.ill.Hitr t > & j>a-1 I nltack, are'either Chamanche afflictictioti i 'Ins
." i1t', death
S .: "t' I.rt' 11'',' ,!vv have ever -enditm I! !ruish, j ,Yo ,WADDEL.. Abolition! disturbance! in .Missouri.We have I p I.nwner Ficts, or Kioways, and from the descrip cf his life will entice had to occasioned.imitate his The( purity
the us
. 'ilCirlir.ivf ( and love which will! be
and ever
28th ult from the former \Vik'iburv
: of the I viovernmenl FROM THE NEW YORK MIHROR.The of which it appears I also states, that a J few days before associates with
e his
!n,I rr:;: 1'l..tHrl..f. there has been serious I he left Fort name, incite us to emulate his
disturbs I AViiam!|;
, ". i the *M 'rifies of the volunteers I White Indians.-It is a fact nat generally nee on the subjectof a war party Of Chians and character.

" ":'r;'::j'-s and counter marches, III I known that there lees exist in thc Far West, at Bosely abolition it in the county has of Marion. A Doctor 1 with Arm pa hoes combined, had arrived at that place Resolved, That ve do wear a b:111"of mourning -
where nothing) : was ac- appears, stabbed at church, a- twcnly-txvo scalps which tl-ey had just taken fir 30
.. ,, '. l' t' ((.,(lllllr" least two small tribes er bands of white people. bout seven miles from Marion I liorn th- Arncliarcs dfl"ys as a suitable manifestation: ef our .
t City the 24thulU I near the south fork
: made on the on of the 'for the
I respect
aii.l; of the
f I [il-r One of these bands is called Monkeys.; They reside The Republican of ihe 2Sthi mentions a- river i'i.itte. memory
report -
for )wer. Resolved That
,p ,- ftl.\[ :.1' 'J ji ,.f il'c' )iiitcmpi' >iTiin'iles} has: p awakened in Mexico, on the southwest side nf the Rocky that he hail subsequently died of his wound. 1 In :-'ddition to ibis, I have just learned from a louis J committee a be appointed of iocommunfcale
parents knowledge the
I :" :,'r.'I"11rr.d.. <. and the disallcctedthat I Mountains, and between three and five hundred I The person who inflicted the wound is named, irentlenian! in whom evr-ry reliance is to be placed, great respect and affectionate which
; miles f from Santa Fe i Muldrow. A I that a 'Delaware Indian regard we
the latter
, Nation, are now cn1,1 I towards California, ina young brought / by the name of Cohan, have ever entertained for their lotJ
"I :
son r tH
( r, ,S'.S' l'\WfJlililliol1 aJIIII"t I the valley which makes sleep' notch in the moun with him from the East, had openly professed himself who had but just returned from an excursion to them that we riee-plv sypnthie in lit- loss :>ure
peol which
-. ; .1--, ,. '1'..'. o..cin..rni ..:., rroundf'd hy high ntd impassible ridges, an abolitioRini, A mob of from ixtv to one i ihe squill, stairs It.at: (lie wae at o council iifiu uy iiiey have sustained by his ilcath.
l \ "
'x II'I tit'; i I' iCM-\ciJ: on! 1 I.immediate and which can only be entered bv a narrow pass hundred persoiw took him with the \'iew'f taring ; the Cn.eks
',,. :.1 i. ,i-j: i hose rs'aJi'ii'S: and for I the ac- from: the southwest. They are" represented hy and feathering him, but were induced tft leave him I: I a proportion which had been made to them !the Richmond Whig and Enquirer, the Frf'l t'r-

'./ui It ( i h', ; olij,'( 1. so in pllrlant.tt our trappers! and hunters of the west, known to the on account ol his youth. Thehowever, pio- I I by the Mexican General, Santa Anna-that he icksburg Arena, and the Floridian.. he requested

.. I in'v, C'iii:''cssiiiinithoried: i the writer of this tn be men of veracity be an innocent ceeded to the college and burneu his abolition! pa. I I I heard the letter read and interpreted, and that it to insert the proceedings of this meeting.OTICE. .

.j- inoffensive pers. Mated 1 i ilnt Santa Anna was pushing his .,. . .
conquest .
r : -,-,- i'l' lie ,e' \'Lvsof I Ten Thousand people, living by agriculture, .a --

: t. :IT.i I and Alilnma: I have already I and raUiui; great numbers of horses and mules, On the Sunday succeeding thc transaction, Mul 1. with unparalleled success in Texas: which! cuuntry T .-All persons nrc forewarned nr.t t.-> :i:!.

, ". .It'.I. I.) ihv.lieUl.:. tc unJer The com- both of which are used hv them for food. They drow himself; appeared at church, at a place called be would soon subdue, when it was ills intention l' for a note given by ir.e to Mr. Thomas M.iN! of

: Ii i! '';\'I1I..lIed jrejieral I appointed to cultivate maize: pumpkins and beans, in considerable the Camp Ground. At the close of the sermon ,I to attack: : Louisiana: and continue his conquestsI Gadsdcn county, for sixty dcilnrs: as the property received -

.t' niM.'iau'd, (Crl'ekrill! ooii be re- ,, quantities. (by Dr. Nelsft .) Muldrow arose with a paper in I i as far north, as St./ Louis, as he considered tilt forsaid/ note proves unsoiniI.!

. ,. ;'t', u.' Ki'cry necessary measure These people are frequently depredated on bvtleir one hand, and in open knife in the ether-[a newway country south of that place cs belonging properlyto 46 .1A.\H'S n. neXT'

, 1 .,-v.l is prru'iit n junciio! of the / more warhke red neighbours : U which they hy ihe by, or rather a retrograde movement his ( invcrmnent. He told the Creeks and Cherokees !, ? OT1L' :: .- he tJlJsf"nJ.r !11\ II ; "l\llli: : c.sa-

submit, without to t'O toward the elJ'plan of disseminating new doctrineby that he had a very large foot, and that he I I S1 mmisrmtors on the e. tatf r.f tin: !ac: Dr. Ait-x-
;MI:i 'lies: an! ('Very pa ss i); KO com- weapons under \Vokott ilercascd of JncKson
fire and swurd. After did not wish to of his read brethren
repel the ] thus himselfhe : press any
! ;j. 1. .IN tit ;> t will ill:: jukr lUC be- aggressors.Not : notice f(r nil persons imlebtdi in srii! t-s'atc-;/c"rne

.' v ._v, I'lliCX:!, t far distant fn m the Mnnkeys, and in the commenced reading the paper containing :i under it, and that if they would! join his standard: forward ard pay the sar: c.alll[ thofc vl-.njnvr4 rlruma .-*
same of band of request lhata!! person in favour Abolition would i I he would! give thorn as much land as they wanted ainsc said
another the titatearc
:t- !: t.:,!f 'iVrnlory is anthoii/ed by range country, is ; rujticbtc-i! topirmn: tlnn? w din ;-
. 'j r IV; .'1! >iates lo r.iise one sjime; description called '.\"abachoes. A description subscribe for the accomplishment of that ohjcct'I'I j ill Tex.i so soon IS he had cXlerl1lil.:leJ the ungralHid the time prescribed tjy law, ,''i'y'! aft'I I:> ni-atf.Jrotherwise

, l I .. I in;; Fi'iIJi.! <111' lif: 10 consist;! 1 of either of these tribes will serve f for both. jo soon as th: government would take the I intruders from that con ii try. ,. this: notice will: lie 'fit]-. a.1 II.:!' ,.f t r ....vt.ry.LYDIA .
v hand." At this and said "Cohan!, ito: states, that the Creeks and Cherokees I I IV
IJ hey have beer. csl..rihed to the writer Boseley arose that no I : \VOLCOTT
l I(; 5',r'f; i 1 n'-ii'i'cd;:; i !iJifjiieii, to by two
: 'he 'tro5l: oIF tweKv men in whose veracity: the fullest confidence may one but a scoundrel would, at such a time, act as I mated the proposition of the Mexican General 4K J..1E.Arr\vI.J._ .

l .- ,:u."iii2.. .t1MJj i'jr l'J. The !>c placed!t ; and they say the men are of the common he was doing. Muldrow persisted' and livse'-y! I wi'li irreat contempt t ; that they trampled hit I GE:: Ei( \L 1 tiU.\1.\; ifiFUw .* tth-! ;

: : troopsv stature with flaxen hair blue struck at him with his cnne. The shath came I.) and sent word to him, that they to act as aorn\"tlrir" !y :'I"' "nl'',

:, i II. _, -.izcJ; 31.10 'cumpanies} to j :itid) their skin, is of light} the most delicate, light whiteness.eyes, on; and the blade! was wrested from him. He I had a country of! their own, which they were able -4Gtm;_! _._.u'si'u-- : cii3itijO1'ICE.s : )_ .

i.r.vak-bficfe: 1 Y.Mi;I ) tile.1aC41 1IS'Jtl l : lllin'-' I I One of my informants who saw seven of these then drew a pistol, when Mul row instantly stabbed (( and willing to defend ; and us to I his bg; fool, that 'l'ran.\ tc> JMX./.S! : :-tie (Ln';>'ti

: :: un C1I. i1i&-.i ofcers. : Santa Fe in 1831 in the him in 1 llnr:, side, and then instanily, )UIlIt.J 1 they! would take care not to gel Under it. Cohan 1 lj Bank of Florida dial one t. Jo-"-jili! Lh.I! .tS :ir: .

: .v; !Hmx-'l iili; ]bunions: ff i f pt'\lpe:1t describing his horse and rode home. The sheriff, with about \ :d'ie i.> F"fchc.rT! toNlwrTi' 't
: .,t. vU4:: ihe;; 'r<'p,'r compliSeers. \ Munkey, says, they are nat whiter than sixty assistant pursued him but was uual>le to near our line and t that of Mexico, had joined Genera some drafts! (,n the Uni in IJa-itc, si:r.td AtataViri:. k ,
I darkest ,
whiter than the Indian in
me as the
: .f -: i iathc.llh.hyol\I : \ am Sa-ita Anna:, and that I tiie I the wandering have been mis-hud nr I I--r.: -1 lie 11t'::-. h.ivc t. en prJ i band
take him until i! a pledge was to his Iriends i i Usages,
Creek nation and informant of } given
: t my was as good the drMN rtc>int:,i in frt'U-t.ienl! fr > the! g.ld.
.', i'liv-':: : a3flIi1tg :'i.il1ll'lIt" t bind who .i
c"n. i that he should be lodged in prison, without being/ : ol t Kiekapons, are now ranging!
a complexion as white men generally are. by me, tlin. fnrc su! *rl: 1 (II."- '"e tlifrrn Iiy this mM.s f
T.1 ,' 4rv; AVJ.: ; faijM.laeir j I bcl'veeri the! and S'eosho rivers with :
reopl.'c'-.j This I : Osige several -
punished summarily.- being to .
A trapper on one occasion, in a wandering excursiut forewarn ail;: t > n-'ttrtt--:,r tli* ;il'o\e paf.crs, Lti: ;
j- t I ,''t o ;,:>{ft' JH ua* usuul })!ac.e ol i, : arrived at the ef the HeWS was bronght in, accompanied by Dr. hly, (we he- I other smali:i bands near t the Nto i-.hin & Arkarsas! / i ihavr my si i iiattu-e as 1 wilt not pay tVm t L'lI'.
village JIankey.
.. v. ,,.;.:,'t'r 'I';\ : : j live the celebrated divine of that name; ,) and -e- d'-seimint'i: / to join the standard: .t t' the i"ie-1 4u'J: AL\\M Wf {Cr-
armed with rifle of belt knife
,. ,1: ;M 1 '.e linv-eanJ, patiiiitic: cin-; j a a pair pistnls \. rBI other fri-nds. Dr. Ely maue i speech on ican: (;i wra!, i in t the bloody! conflict: which/ he i5> --.-"-- - .--- ---.--. -
and tomahawk ; all of which were new to them, C:l'EIUtti:1)[ R f3Ilt>OLiL>i. '1' i'LUUiU tJu
: .: .. :i4etr uan: .s :>mi$n the | the eccasion, which was well r'cei"el Dr. Nelson i now caTing i on airainst: Texas; as weii i; as 'tliathe :, J : :

.. "'.'; .tr\', On jut tW'11t'lrab''(' j! uul appeared to excite their wonder and surprise. endeavoured to make his ? but was cor.t Mnpl:7tes: :air.unst, what: he c.iils!! upper and Bzceen ,n. M.-os' ..' (1J"X.'f-I, ; cuisCEr.T.j
Aficr escap pursued '{:lal't.ill ia'II-
conversing some time sins he fired )
hy one
,. j'ltl"uJ l lit1: ihc .1 *Ol'l'ld-1'k ;
: ; .C.M: .v ; | and taken. Several students at the cnlege! lower I Louisiana: in our own country. ilte & James Gibson Cujn-
ry ,
.\ i'i! ;i'.I1"I.lt"] "111* ''7iivil!) lint 1 IIl'i I II (II.1t! : pistols ; instantly the whgle greup around I then sent wortl to Palmyra that: they would speak I ..'I\'e"yolllhi.t ii.lormatioii, :" 1 get it ; I I.1..1l11a IltS. t
him to the earth in the utmost consternation "
j : ,i' : :/.; ;i'j-y '\n'14 hi'1I-tvcs :IfltI i! ; their sentiments in defiance ol( the mob, wtienU .ccn Ci-han ; be is Tllarrie'flll1.a Shawnee: \\' han'\\ nrlLilllelerrij 1 IJ.r: f rcrfert ti..t.'L &

', ..! : i': iliov! flay a'iaI': with. ,d. I!i' they entreated him not to hurt them, and showed men on horseback set off immediately t for the col- reside* :uo>,tiy with his wile's iraiion: ; is a sncce>sful I!. Jin's Tk'md* riP:.': ;F.C'SiM' 'nrP ,:

,: : .i i vi.iifi:. 1il.wij. ; lv. ;ir n. i 11'11 : various ways that they thought him a super- lege. The result of their doings/ is lit ki-mvn and tnicprr/mg: I trapper ; Ins boeii frequently I! :. .1. Slrjin. Thbiuai I'retttn; jr. \ ftt: th,' .
I naiurai: being.: He sawvast numbers of hor:es ll'iilitnn //. /11"1/nn /) /i'J! V.1'! \\'.
; : "....: ..tflt. HH, t.w I I hi a n J over tlw llocky mountains, a ud: isconsidereu bold! | of S.f .
and mules about the village. {11.1Ia 'i!; //. k'f vif. .-7':' E { t wm? secfior .
J HI. I:h4'. .ntH j'. lid l'S I fftf-\\ i : and ini ; But With .ill : r
t.1; t "I"l: 4 I d.irj: : rn.iTjjrizintr: ; :.ngent. ;
The available in the field from A'.abama : An/-i and I d i'r.'ia. .
ucry.-.l\lay not these people be remnant ? g "tpJ' \ am1 V.V.. 4 rtm'l t\ .
: :. ; :;t ", lei ii uul 1.:: t..it thai: the ofj I this I I r.-oid.S i :ji>t consider inlonn.-itioti t; : derived from .
*lio.e who inhabited this to the are five mounted companies fiom ti.c nor- I KJmitid I) ne 'tc'n.t.lri", j I ; of 7.. !r. | f!*(*:'. -n
..- r I 'too't': t' Ji 1"UIl :'It>.t.j1.o of ii M-nt of( Indians ? the country traces ftf whose cities pre- them part of the Slate, one from the county of j him, or any i': oti.cr I Ipdi.in: of sulflcicnt: imp'irtat rf- A- :>* C.c. irgulnpr
,1..1 *-y >hmM tln-1iil'1f, t!,'.' fue-/ I race Green another from the of D.illas: be'-iJes '' fIr nn rf.ircd; I c' imni.ic'ition i t It) \"IIif the stale-1 I /.rf Martin !h !.:r :'TC./ .: r f
'1. ""llIl: tlf'h..lin "lIa tile i t fortifications: and cultivated fie'uts and garden, county .hicb K- hat made confirmed ii IJ
1 jfi- two foot companies of i infantry t : one fo-it coup.iny !: UK-it'* ; : : ; were not fl.iJJiffry 'j.e., ZLZt ii.'itr-. \
', .11 .1' t _1'o('." d'JI! Jjj'wlI1r; toI.uu3er ; are still to be been throughout the whole western from the of Wilcox.'lhree from, Lmvndestlio par1 \1Il.c I i inlbrni.tion! t above related:: as v.e.'l: u> i' t IJ..11I: ; :',. '1 1TTl'U

J 1. \v ,...i! ." ', '.1'1":' .".,V > .u;> I.iutti I country. I ; t'toil I ,T.;I iIt county; >_ ..l '1'.II-1.-_- ....J C'l.n I.', b._. iVt.m I i.e Itllt'r :*om (i.!.'.-r.il( Gaines i t to General I :j jArh.nk (Ip"ilm! :L nn! :r'th; cTt.at Chart : '_
V in L. :.1:1',1': Couij..ti-! ';. -, .J.-tr. v. i* f'-
-41 :" ', ;\ t!icti/ 1 done IIJ.\-da' the hoiiuur t# lur- J
U ( 'UJ l(' of mounted I Ironi
JJ 4 sides full raiment men the *
a ( COTT, Jr. :iritnr! adf C. ? f ( n .,r,| h. .
Ani'fl/ l'al.lJppl'flltius.-\\'c seen no suggestion I few -fnv: r : > : !'
',ur" \ \1'U O1JCC more\ to then dralts and volunteers! Ironi 'ard"HI by express; a day.since.: j
4th division and the
It is d I said bl: \\-f !
nl'tcr' nit j! J, nd it apari'y :'1J-
I in time which t to us more
a long appeared I alo learned 1r.. the liev. Mr. Berry
1 11l1"C I
-: w,,:; vnnndt-mv on y iur p.it-ioi- j the counties of Pike, Henry, Covin<,>ton and Dale i imakiug / iii davit ti.ir! saic IVlniJ.-r.js} a!.ve rr:H-...-r, rt.si t. t0t1.

: .- iii'I \vl';: !t'.J l lou in I pi.'iMiii:: ) S; alx" Il4 I- j deserving of! favour, and which, it appear to us, I in all, upwards of 2090 soldiers. More ; man, t thit! I he was told! by the propl.etof ihe Kic ; (tf this; Territory and -,'i: !hin t'U: 1)1''I') Statc.$T it. is

,( '< !j.iv
i '-S. : <. (('f .' \H'n'.J;: iljat a i few : the proposition t for introducing into the sea service State, will have at least three thousand raeu illI' grieved at I the mailer I I that I he bad been :at a war' said blrHi/! or before :M.-: i5.Lty. tLe "t'J.i t'.iv ..?

of tie! United States a system of naval apprenticeship I the Kickapoo vilhirc! not JN'over.iber ISG. ofu-i:! : !,ill! thill le t.ik-1,
,\ f.t""iijiviij: ; !lie s.!liii?.cni to bri.lI : the service. i I (1H.n' :it I upper more jihan j n >e :io ->.ui!
-that is, to provide by law that the crew of ,' ii- ,'nulfS from tillt pat, where! there was : for confessed, publ.'ctti: .>n ?" in v uL herctf accoru-
t }
I .l!
.1 I J
I. -\ :1 I: H" :tore AMtVi aii sccu :4 IIY j j'I' The of Henry, Cf'ingtonInlI Dale. together -
I every vessel shall at all times: comprise a certain troop at the success It f the Seminolcs a-1' inir to la\. Dattd JULC, 2-V.7-n;;.
LJ.; njoicing '
: 1hi41'S.: jl' vI.luIi1eer 1 Ir.JlII i with the regiment from the 4th division ; great I
number of apprentices to be brought up and instructed Florida which rlam-! I( 4G 'l'fInn.! \T.r..JmT-"" .
t < 11' -t; > v. .1: u st uu :is tJ.IfC "TI I are under thO command: of f Generall.'Jrl'! and ail..tour: HI'IHr' ill was pn 1 -
executive in their duty a* sailors, under suitable re- | f'.f\ ill ii'ost :wIIHall'.llanuac: : btiwcen the pauses: -lEGL\lEKf.A-L OIIDI.RS. ,
't.t; : 1; -i, .>ivt-s: in tic and a. are expectedwhh the aid of the militia from Pike, '
uiiatior.s. The good effects of such a system I Chiefs and Braves who !
.jl.-r: II',It'. N, i also under his command) to guard thet'rtwtiercx- i cf tie: stance, by the : were

J KILL.iliD K. CALL. 1 I i snikc/ us as so obvious, that we wonder it has not tending from the head waters of the Conec.ih, to rnes 't'1.! iu iI', and; ;a t which! they boM'y: : d-ei red .r.p" -. ..-. ,. ..,:,.

(;(irciflt.tf 1'kiidt:. InnJ auo been thought! of and adopted. How many $ the town of Irwinton on the Chattahoociite river.; that iii'- lime w.is near il hand wht-n llievhius: 'i .. _:; .'w....:. ... ..' -.
I hundreds of destitute orphan youths would it I and the reJ .-. '
: He.id wut:i."| !he oniiieiy! sub ii.ed. : men ":. ; .
The troops of Tuskegee, the Q.uarlers"I or. / J -. _
.f.\ ,
j jl luuiNh, with useful and honourable profession, I n-I' ,
a .1'ill1'1
stort': / CUllllln' "'
.J lfliit ; 1" will circumstances require, ; I :" -"
\I1. 'T ui' J\ J of the army, act f< .1 : : 1"1
.. . who, from idleness, and the ditliculty of obtaining to march | '. I It i j K a well kn'\\ II tl.ct: that such tiancr: : : '. e f-. :\\.t1"i -z;'-.
r. : 1l.e'il111 I vcI will be prepared at the shortest notice,
fintudl :
: I'I'J :ippieniiceship at any other trade now run wild in needed i the one alll'H' ,k craw.l i io generally :ihe prelude } : 'j. "- ....; [. } .:-c; r ;;i.n .:.; __I-
where their services are :
J I .*. : '. :y tirn.jiitMl.. to aiiv iiie lime; our citie-J, the prey of vice, destined to become, The at any local point militia of Tallapoosa and Chamber-:, to acts of outrage and i violence' and! that I the IIPt t .".'.r' : :'''' ':7 L'.fi'\- C=i ,w i I ; .;- :..:,:"=.:;r ..l
r : ':'...' ; li.ist-iJ: .\vhai has b CCII doinj* almost in spite of themselves, nuisance tn society, their j I per vilhjjeof I ihe Kic'i! ;>oo'5, ard the wandering! I" !.' H Pl""i''f. ,..: ; .
will afford the protection to own ; -
L, ". l. ut -'..alo.t''tJ L !Jnve Seamed every ,, and ultimately candidates for the penitentiary. citizens, and wills necessary when the blow iit.1 be struck;, i!i ijein bind -fore: spnkcn of in this letter, have never I I' : "-;",<, :5i'r.JF'.' ''..,';,'.. ,0,.:.4r1l1E 'fllt \.

: -. ',.. i1. :i.pu-cver: fiom otner sources. I But, besides This great good tn society, and to the I Ilt'lIl'rv, friend/: disposed: to the white IWnpt! ."
I and erie.m
the force the niaili Lrmy, operate against i _-.. I svLr.tl cilmnPIH.'rs. of tha ropipmJcs; crm-
the beings thus exposed, by ofjcncumsiances. -- -r-- II
'S !I.< dOt'd)1) apjjrojjriatimi !lor a mil- j to misery and crime, the systemwill V. I Ii \ A1E.MAL..Mn.ictl -I _Eh_ pnsis tIe sevt-jl'. l Il'; _liJ'I'! f.t.-:;; i-itd'-, Ho- I l

,:> h< i IV j.j: "u-c |[lit. Creeks and Senunwles confer benefit of'great magnitude on theCiiiiIrV The Georgia tre*>ps are expected to guard the rida IMtlitia will! cause tiitrir rr-sprnive: romrtud to f

a eastern bank of the ChaUahoochee and to intercept I !I'> appear on WashingtonVjiar-' in tis! city.. al i-: c,"- .
:i.! 'i.i; I.-1.: : ]m.vi>jon : on their for its service in !
Decenary training
at large by up ] lIl'hl!
.MoiiJaj ,
I the hostile, in his retreat to the wilds of Flo ciock forciioon July next, ant gjanil
I f.ire li.f. iuicrt-Nl of, the Territory, and hx-ace, and its defence in war, a noble body of orderly rida. With this of the forces brought I eq'iipd as tSr* law di.vcrs. !B: order1! ij. Co u

. t ', ." .. native who will bean arrangement W. 11. UUf.WSVCU >
II" iitMcd: I> il.rsc treacherous and accomplished unless mandi-p. A-ijainni.
'I I into the field from the two States some- :_ i

}9 t'+ .. ,. trits.I shall honour to their The country and toils who flag have whereverit intro- gross mismanagement hereafter should take place, 'LOR1L)./ ,1OLU.VTEJiiisTGTCE rf

1 I /'t-Jniacr: out (,f t'.e C-c( {.-?, infused, retI duced this wave.interesting gentleman subject into Congress deserve the Indians will in a short time he compelled! Ii) is lurf'oy liven that 1 tu i at (his i':nc a

I .".svti.iTtTy: .! in all il.e Departments, and I the public thanks, and if they shall succeed sue fAr peace," or be extcrmiUl ted.-.J )lwlgomt I i. 5 fir till: purpobc of p.i}'iri ; ,iicli of the MidtlUand.

."l' deertier.j2 West Florida \ oluntecri, as ii iv.- Seen il ia
> ry --- t.I'i'OP
L.l ij.ijl'rccof:: : tl.c marines will be I
regarded as
rfgulars, in carrying: it through, the.V I i I, iita. ?,1 l"i.i; -' 1 I.", t.!> ilie evening of the 3tim I the service uf th" Unittd Sat., agaizi t tlic ouhl.: i.

."-i'Usiiu\Y: ( : : aejniilm: : in lie! neighbour"uM.iciidi : 1 public tJeutr.1ctnrs.Ve copy from a contemporary singular circumstance.-The schooner Glide I '-t., !h.' the R:.V. AiKunv' k, the Rev. UOBKR.T.STRIPI..NG Indians.i : .

.,, t /! : viilpuinnend( io the Creeks !j the annexed article on the subject. arrived at Gloucester on Sunday, having fallen in I I to lls.s MALT K. DANIEL, of Jcfll-raon co The companies designated !Ilr the executive rf :Ic

f ; 'Uik-,-:uu3: ai! lot txlerminateJ by the Tile United Statts .Vary.-The time is not far on the Grand Banks with the iishing schr. Hold Fluruln.. Territory fur payment, art. those co imai)2 by
establishment of the -- Brown.
naval -- -
distant when the peace I I Captain
W :j.tnim-jth Runner oC Marblehead. The Bold Runner had Wn'ljA.I :
removed to the as Y.
country United States will require a body of one hundred do ll.irrison,
.i'>- iUr.iVCST! 1 f the done this mil a single individual on board -but had been Died in this city, on the 2-2J inst. Mr. JAMES js Parish,
*; M.v-sj) )pi. This thousand sailors. \\ e ought, in truth, at )
deserted by her crew, probably only ftw hours Bit: VAN, in the :sth of his age. I.i his death, ij
year Throop
t. v.: .' v .'ireo' \\ ili unite \viiii the:' troojis: in Flo- :j very moment, to have as many in active service. before she was f fallen in with by the Glide ; a watchin I th.; t1.IIeIiUiility has io.st valuable citizen,-his f-umly c do Scott, and

I'f.- : J! t..d.e:1: wmtar (!I"l'lI>,ition ul the SemiT Where are those men to come from ? Are they to the cabin going at the time. The cable was a kind ti-isoand and fithcr, and jiliilanlhruphy, a rcriCi doVyaU.,

';.(1j j e.1I111U''J: peni.it nuaell lo doubt, therefore, 1! l be the off-scouring[ of rotten monarchies America, or 1 No the hove short, and from the appearance of the vessel, .sI.Ls Mud.Died' Attached to Colonel Parishes regiment ; I

: .f., 1'i1;" of measures now in the course ofj; hardy children of iur own happy this and the japkcts of the crew lying near the windless I of consumption in I Florida, near his place uf$ Captain Allison.

I 't': ).;. .. I Ir" patriot, can for a moment, hesitate on subject. it is evident while getting the anchor up some reiidtu-e. on tbe7ih May; ) -lex. J. Brown, recently do Ming,
.t'lJII.I i :i, Ujl! 111:1 t few weeks free us'' Our liberties must depend
j**'" :,, They must be Americans. great and sudden apprehension of danger induced j a S: lId 'nt of the University of l Virginia. dodo' Scarcy jdo

< |tllJli"ir. 1
, "t 't''i.c.lttrc jo-Jjv ihnt the Spartan In a very able report of the managers of the the schooner appears to have sustained Rome in- < he.ird uf Ihe death of Iheir f fellow! Student, Talum Thompson, Ie f

:.' tt-:. l !uh! ; .heii, a nil with!: gallantry: and fir- Port Society ol Boston, at"Its last annual meeting which, jury, it is ,thought that she was run into by some 1 Alexander J. Brown, cannot drain from thus olfenigi : i (10 do Towrsf'nd, i; t t

-'S : Tart v <(1tiI4t'l: sushi'iet1 the position on I an exposition is made of the operations hare, vessel crossing the Bank-and the crew in the : merited t tribute I I. his IIIl'nhry-the publice.virtWinn Compi nj Major Read's bnttnlTon, and tic i..l. s

11"I'II't'\ :: in connexion with the Boston Port Society, confusion of the moment, gained the decks of the 'I of their sorrww for his melancholly t fall pendent companies corrmanJed( by .} }
ha was been set en foot for the benefit seamen- consideration other vessel. The Bold Runner had only 10 indies kntifbled! consumption, he left the University Capt M'Lemorc,
.: 111r' ( jrrat t..\ IlIg to any Ci'III11IUnll'most. I ttl.tir I of the success which thus far has attended of water in the hold, and was pumped out, I : on the Din"Apiil last, for his home in Florida ; do llolloman,

.' 'iii UlI It cungrfltul.ilions on the ; them-seme acc.unt of the actual conditionof manned and brought safely into Gloucester J harbour. but en- he reached bis destination, death I relieved do Brllamy,

'-. :. I tn:>t in (oil, it may prove true, it -.ill the seamen of the rx rt of Boston, with an out- .-Boston Journal him from his protracted sutl rings. Appreciated do Alston Caswcil
; line of the best methods to be herealter taken furtheir all who knew him nole.ss do ,
t' nli t'tun tl.e he here admired by ,
: iv.o t painful I anxiety I Irave as was Lieutenant Boll's detachment.
t improvement. order of his mind, than for the
.I'I ''luirfoitl1J1inIl1lr: : more than four weeks. to examine the rjlOM THE WASHINGTON GLOBE. I br the superior The Captains, who ba\e not alriady done so, cro
': It would take too much room furnished amiable! qualities of his heart, I lie intelligence of furnish wilh the, rolls: of i'ic
tk: wc tl.ail is More Indian hostiliL es.-We have been requested to me. muster irrespective
adjourn between' tile 4th and and our principal object! now the \
report at length, death could not but excite most pamlul-
from his companies \\ tholil. delay.
: the f extract a
InJ1 following
1'10. of for publication,
of the editors ,
to call the attention newspapers Lieut. Colonel motions. Hw was no ordinary doom. The thousand Th? officers and men residii g at a distance arc informed
M. Duncan
\<'"> Lru': :yours, CIC.V throughout the country to a subject of l perhaps letter from Captain of the to forwarded by the mortals that spring into existence l and live that they can receive their pay by uniting Ill

.'OSPII) M.VI1I1'E.. greater importance than any other to our national Kearney, both Dragoons, 0111t,1, follow the unvaried round of life and die, a power of( attorney, in such i.unr.bcrs. as tmy tIC con ,

letter to the War Department : of occasion but a venient. authorizing some person to sign the receipt j
".',\ ,1 \\ \\'cllare. 16th 1S3C. as i i'ail the f faded leaves autumn,
ILo.OX, isqr. Our merchant ships} must be the nurseries of 11 FORT LEVENWORTH, May emotion sympathy.. How different roll for lliem. S
SIR 1 send an to inform you, that transitory: The administrators of deceased men must produce .
V. our sailors, and to this end we must adopt death of those whom nature has stamped with 1
the .
j .; M'wo.v :Siice' bfinj in thi place, I find SYSTEM. There are ten thousands of wur has already broken out upon the southwestern of her favour and sent into the world the oii i "! hih I of the the impress them to receive the amo.int due the dt.-c.ased.
: loeti made th.it the 6. for the naval frontier in order that you may dispose ,
jt current, Cityr.'J who and illumine
this of to
f : men in country pant the gloom! ignorance the 27th instant, I i-hall be .Monti-
young full to d.ssipaie On Mc.ivlay! at
:. 'H"l: ) 'has !heen deserted ; I under command, with a knowledge 1
I on accwunt the service. Their aspirations have there the must unbounded troops my received thereto. the path of duty by the mild radiance of innate cello prepared topay sudi cf i'w J. tTjrson cr.unty! mtti S
: I have
:.1'a'tI. r.etodjvease.\ In justice to the p'ople freedom. But if they enter our mei chant i of all the information of who viitue-\\"e mark: ihtir approach to manhood with ns may t present thcniselves.l The n-sidnc rf the payment ,t

., Wjj.acc, IKT t td contradict this rumour, I ships, the natural nurseries of seamen, in the pre- Thomas Waterbury, one eight persons establishment watchfull solicitude and anxiously invoke the happy will l be naIeat ilns: 1'la<(. E. KHIDY: ,
"l eIj'' tilt' r.ieJi-jni thrown amidst a mass started from Fort Uilliam, the trading their appoitttdstation Talnh"c Junc24tn ISI. -0 P. U. S. Amy
are shall 'H'
. .. :0 fIt i your paper,-I I left thatUaTtlUsJ'iy sent slate of things. they Bent and St. Vain, which is a- l.our when they assume
1. of Messrs.
ct 'tact that two-thirds of our the werll the benign UMVAIU). LlIi"n
llbt-31l4 of corruption. ItS a whence lu dispense to fHltN DULLAUS -strayed or
aUhU&h the popula- the mouth of the Rio de bs ,
j III 1 1"1." the .I. sailors are foreigners ; bad unprincipled men, who bout ten miles above 1: of their active goodness and their elhcientwhdom Jl from the subscribers stable in the City of Tallahassee -
jIt 1 :I t six miles
weeks river
4;.; (, has exceeded four are ready to corrupt the young that are so unfortunate Animas upon the Arkansas ninety alas, the myslenwus decrees of Providence 0.) the r.isht of 23d instant, a sorrel Mure,

ItI ItIi "l a I\m'! jfle case of disease has made its as to be placed with them in the forecastle} below where that river issues from the Rocky often disappoint our hopes and turn our three', years old, about fourteen haiitis ln-i! ,'ery jcn' .
jlf'JrI"co: : lInon I in Mountains arrived at this post en Saturday last, too ) tie rackand well -the above rewardwdl ba
1.\cm. On the contrary. all en- I Let APPHEKTICE SYSTEM be adopted, mod, into unavailing sorrow. Such was the i paces ;
UI.1J.trr.tpteJ: iicaiii.Iflvf few TilE there will be an entire change. who stales thai: twenty eight/ days ago, the partyto reoicin" of our departed friend. Enduv- paid for the delivery (.Imbre, or five iiuilars for
destiny S
!; years. attacked near the Santa ; any correct information *'I \ z f't her.
II. JnlllS: f rum Columbus! and the interior This subject is about being brought before Congress which he belongedwere Aikansas river! about fifty! miles! L ed bv nature with the noblest: attributes, a capacious 46 T: 1sASllEtrltQN.DMLN1SIATO1tOTtUE.' : .
4 the _
,Ialr' aid Yeetrace on
\ freeman to tilled with the -
I incumbent on heart purest
r"a have and is every intellect and principles
arrived there to thesumA I of Indians All
spend Gland by a war party A I'rKn31Jlhavi.g
! will s on be called on below Cheauios : the most ingenu.us leehng,
I Congress animated by
in promotion. and
who had neither horses against the estue of J. B. Mays
A CITIZEN OF ST. JOSEPH. hundred strong, demands
about two
thousand could ask
of ten fondest
I only all that ,
une 2 J, 183G.r for an appropriation has been with them, and who were armed with i I his life promised prayers late of Madison county'dccca: are required: t > present
which onsquaws
I to carry out an experiment already and who killed three I nr indulgent Heaven grant. them duly authenticated! within hlC mime prescribed

I set on j loot in Boston, and prosecuted with complete irons, bows arrows. spears, killed from I Obeying;the dictates ol'nature, he presented a simplicity by law, or they will be for:vcr barr :J. Those
TALLAHASSEE, 17th June, 1836. exertions of Mr. TATLOE, ot their number. The persons were could! but conciliate make
\ I success. To the of manner, which not ; indebtecf to tbo estate are requested to 1 paymenr,
| r. \ ILSOX :-As you took notice in your pa. par excellence the tailor preacher, the apostle of Vascots and Seblet's Fort on the of Palmer Platte river another, one I while his rectitude of purpose, and his umtorroly 45Sw' R. J. MAYS,
01 I this of whom was by the name I
ny departure exalted patriotism,
to South Caroli ua, as the l pure religion and the most I

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i't 5'?.1 ? EVERY SATURDAY MORNING AT Guardians i' .N'o\ce. date, I shill exhibit my accounts and vouch- TALLAHASSEE, FL- r C

>'i'' j M*' dollars in advance,-or Five in si K month IX months after date, 1 -1.: !! o vhr.-.t f tc] in.'-:crv 1 1 t'.. to thr Judge of the County court of Leon county, (Next door Jfortk of F. Towle,J cutler t in Monroe st.) S1Lw.y.lw. ,..-- .j
our for ++f Gadsilcn.; : Administrator the estate of Thomas Heir deceased
of of the county court thrr.Mintj MVICCOUMS as on would repectfully inform his friends and the

H ,:' ,: No paper willbr.discontinued unless at the ojuon t and voacher, as ;;uardi.in 1 lacy Ann ic; ,' and apply for a discharge. Those having HE public, that he has just returned from the North '; 'irr,

.t',,,' ', the Editor, before arrearages are paid. a minor( and apply fr a t'uuars1.. claims on aid stat"", are informed that dividend hash witrt a new and splendid assortment of GOODS in WTfc i "" J W | t JROBERT

+.S Advertisementswillbc s p icuousl} inserted at se March[ '-'. 1 ?'>';. :!;-tnt, Jt. S"E.McCALL.CjIX on dell i red and are requested to come forward and his line. Feeling grateful for the liberal share of pat J.

.,;+, venty-five cents per square for the first insertion, and retort pavmi'i; : ,t. T. F.. BETTON. ronage heretofore extended to him, hu hopes by strict 5 HACK.

'r Y. fifty cents for each subsequent continuance. All idVertiscments r..ontli? ;'frr date iip,;,!it*ati >-,: will !>e1:-atC to Mav"ijili: 42 Gmg_ attention, lo merit a continuance of the same. S ss: =Ss
i ,. ?VuilcT-:.-All! havii'.jj any demands a- tand assortment '
r' until forbid or otherwise the lion. Ju ire of the Bounty Cuurt fi- Leon persons Alar general of
continued .
',.,+r,t., J' will be Count t f'lr l.-tui. of lVisnny?,>ryi the esture olt'r i aainst Jeremiah Drew, deceased of Jefferson C'ywil && 6** conjwh"n o/ the ruttotcaig : Tal'thast: / ,i < 1

ordered. James : >dJ.H"'f '.,:d i"ia r.-nd'-T in the .ime duly attested to the administratrix 1
r' 1'arlnr + ra : ty.
all letters and c communications to indebted said Bine, black, mixed, green, bottle Jo, invisible and *'J,5.liVs..lrarT[! ,-
The on and all to
;r""' ) postage 1 l.G.MRrY.: t'itiCHAin poisons any ways F
will not t rccctv alien drake neck do. London and Golden Brown Plumb ;n tcstlcff a '
,1 the Editor must be paid, or they Lxchat'rs, 9 1 riu" d l i ill;! make the subscriber. ti', Ctrr.t;
; : t 8uErrr.il.! j > v. I payment to Adalade concealed violet and! victorir.c 'e. 1u tc: I Price St.:3: in cot,,}
mulberry !
: !!' lion. *. 21 S tjATTiM.sTt p-v RAPHAEL DREW. t tcrcd. 1'hr rrt ? s'rtlrloth Rr.
T lahas! rc ; ui. !IS l IV ) trarit of 11'ili
purple. Drab and brown Potcrsharrt, for over coats. ; t ui 1 sd .
'' A ORS \< ct b7 iJ 7 '> O I !i-_ h. M\ m-.i.Uis alti-i u.ite we will apply to CASSIMERS. his Frrrrn (,,,rresY Yndt n .:, a.,1. 1' rr ro, ;rrY,
RE ,
,L i! vUiuii the Jlun. ] JLJ? the JMdiT of the ro'.inty cmut of Gadsden, for a tcd Lr loerrr u, rrl- ca'ai; ts,
VLaUcr date, I s'all: t' J' _*c Corded diagnal buckskin checked and prinled, of .a, Rr.1.L, D. E
t I PROVISION AM) the of the c iv.nty -in'tur: t.r! CMunt/of t. i >\>tt\ .-. it.: r.n.-: !;.'uiftiu! the t ,la.t: ut Simpson: Wilson, t Pc d., richest colors. 1':1: +' rCirn: ruhitLP Cntltallta a ,
under N)
subscribers have united themselves iatl: j 1'MU: cuu.it v. \1 :1G.11lT V/1LSON of ( OIS'hr, It i tlh {, rt 0+1 (,f :Iet
ili'-'l. : t ;
It. THE of t and vou'-'ars!: ;ii i a* ,i'y I T a n: A ,- > GOAT'S HAIR CAMBLETS of various colors, V: j f
of Peachy k Muncr, for the purpo>e vtablishing Ll: l 11 ILSO t 1 Ut 3.1.
elftll 4C .
1 i-rvor on the t :;etc of i'lioans 1K t !- : ? Y for Cloaks and Wrappers.TESTINGS.. y 1' UBttC, Ir, ,; tC! ,
..' in the town of Jil. Marks, a Croctry tin JIti< =T r't HLA : u.debu-d" the aubcrtbcr enrttv' d 1'urraitut tlrl'tC Na't'ar atrc
1 t t; larj.c andCommodiousthey conttvd! + +ro-isd. : \ > > TU'l I'Ji .-Ail -tMi.i lt ,
being Jt'aCrbrEi
1 A Provision Store. Their buildings the ; ril luth 1-3G. :iitJ' i ;i or the! J-'o tam otaiGtrald; rutnani are rcquest silk figured silk Velvet son. .;.
: likewise attending to Splendid English figured Th.
propose 1 ittci
with Mr.Ili.Jt ::
i call ui.d.-ctilt-
< to iarly as possible, frrn
', litctiring and funnm/i/i; ot Goods and! Cotton, lovhicnthcy I 11 Ihl'1'ttll' tll'it j; i -.t:, ., authorisedt cloth Velvet, figured and painted Chalet, intended for nntrrr'; ijf this! ;,' a F ut cf t{;
Toia! v.ho is
l Aic ,
3 i' r, as.-te duly iirtport.mr
ntumkwus ,
: : themselves to surh } *' A1.* : \\ plain and figured Marsaillcs, Urocade 'nll- "
\ pledge pay lii-is ag tin?: > r parties, Thf!; ." tinoi d!
U i. ai.d that! of the rerVptifii ,,
> tC: +IICCrtI
i M i.y: '+ > !iec a ; ;,
: liberal+ share of !patronage; .'. i Y '' : figured Wcllingsc.. Bufl'Casameres.Storki; 'ie cl "
will entitle them lo a jot /iltldt! u o'u tl'. { r .a.it rc d.. W. C. MILLER. olds, refined t syir.: ,;rliiss of .. ; a
from the Merchants Planters of the Territory: and :i I'.ncirioatrd! Vntfi":: t.r't.u .; v ;; nett, expressly for parties, checked, striped and [.bin Y>< ,' : ..''t the! natural! s'rI r? ::rr r. at t c

r", neighboring counties of Uror-,ia. Tlu-ir poods v. ili th.y will be t for.-'Av. !l--till :; '' i ,,.. .*.' (.i VI l oiV i i t.r 1 beold beforetliu Court Housei merino Casemercs, of diflerer.t colours, stocks ofe ery live is alto.'r t.tr d.ll.tul.ui Ur ipliet'S

/ y be od! low for rash y' produ. As they tt dl ei+deavtokccp ', estate a,e 1'C1Iti..>tt't l t? t.iul.r i. e 1-1. *.' oo.,r in th" "M.ui.inna. Jackson county, Florida, descri P lion, Linen and cotton shirts, bosoms and collars i new ui.d vt u.l1e Ile t r

Y!' M. on.b'n'J. 't r'ttllaLut: .t ix u. cli"ice un 1 i11ti'Li' 3 ? J .V .., -t! fi.-t :-iUi' iay! tit July next, a hUely: negro girl l Gum Elastic Suspenders, t linen and tuk: >kiri of ,,! Utttrsgerf.'er ml t'rilfs br ,; };, ; "t 1
rior ol' UioccritN; a'u I'r visions Ot1.1,1, : tticcstatittC and silk Hc hairdo, lambs wool Urfaill : aA+i : !Ita'1ptf::, + P''t:
qualities af' ru y 1-- ft"i: : ; t thiT! iO"ityof; e Gloves, merino is, 1Ii Ca
+ l'lantcrstrtl! fin.'! !: lc Fn Ihr it, Jr .
nil S iai tr
,, a i description, Country Men II.IMI.S heir Store is ]! Gadsden County; (l turn.xaic.:.. b.h i +. :' W-.i'i tin 1. \\ ata >n, ilcreascd, in order toiv plaid anti plain silk Cravats, fancy: Handkercl.i'-fs of rr.; T ,e : ,; :,,; I l! ,
;; t ;greatly to their interst to ca;1. : now ik'! +*s tJiiu bv s.t-d! otn'e,-forms casli. every description, Nett Drawers and starts, liumiel
> + liL111 PEACH V ] LX IX-tl'l l"i'. ,
4 open. JOHN 4;:jU t TIU: )>.V.! AS M. WHITE.TU ( and cotton fiannel do, un-ub'islu-d 1 ih'' ,S *
WM.MAM1U.St. Ja. 1es sl, 1ixo::, el tlljrl il.al::, ; : ara ,' '1' 'w .
t 4"a ,i llu'ks.Jan.Ifh. 1S3G. S3-if < ir\"T* /Ti "s Nl > l'ick.All! pf-rsons havuti"Ji o HEADY! MADE CLUTHi G.n at hi.ihv! i 'sal 'ih,. f.1 .., !; ?/ / "(' fe e p.! .

GcorvTipkrand tt *' "i"18 auains,: the estate: r.f J. !in Warren deed Dress and frock coats, Pantaloons, figured and were wrili'-n fa ihefi' >..<. h't f.wVtv. ,* r '

'GOrruN CJLNS.fl cl > < thi-ui! iuithruttcaU.i plain silk velvet velcntia! cloth silk, sawn, and Ham 1 connected \vi-h! lm-"
; 1'It lit :'iU', } :r.itr 3Lt4. t-.u hf.t'i'y r'tlnit t< p.v. 'nt duly ih, piv* riatlr'R, ,.f ?

a r lIift itn'sanJaulna't. .- :i. .. of Car.phett! and ,15 i' a-j-e.i; MI: ho.u .-, :. 5vi'* >, y % : \% .; : !. t. "..upri',criiuil !h y [ia\v, to the subscri- and figured marsailles vests. Goals hair Ca-nble i iremeiy: f irfhiisg--rt r !. t,a r .., *.Ci' oft K. Jt

!r.,.it, J.' Glare, arc unarmed, t'v: : t .ilin! on our former ; JJL P< tC'Qhttrtd is.x'i in
.''" agents they can be sops-: ij,. w. .u Cotton Gins of their reirj.: ., :< iu k wsi ty < ",i ',.'. -, / 1x r H'r a:,tal. '1'itt'] >e ii.de'lil'-J! to ihu estate are ]Frock; coats Wrappers and Le:;sins. n'h hoptUjj-ntss. Thei,. ,'

3 r: the best tpuiity, eilhcr Cad > or h'-n! Saw t.t j t/nft rt f, < n nm'if.n: 01' vru.: Ylit i': + *. : ;i. i', i sled tU nisi;': iuiui, diatc! [>ayi u.nf.sj Also, a lull supply of Silk and Furred we have aet-a til vvoilU si"I,A ,. ': : .n

' ; suit turcilascrs. All perao> -,\ t i...,ng tlc! above ariiclc j S'->]i-\j.ir for C' n"a! ,i > UM: t _J.U.M-I.S fiin QN.Ili U ATS, CAPS, &c. ,1 r. I II. rr

._ ,tf; ",,, willdii vvc'il ID call on oar. .i.-.r.us, \ir: C. U.VvMliiins :. !. ;''.kContl ut! or l lrtf f'.T t ;it- l.i i, i ;' i.. tiuU.t42. vj, '-l'liy ?Jitt.rrUl GU Ill. His cloths were imported fiom the Western pirt of: ** T.e, : j raise 'vLi I i tSP11arF Vdlis / .
+ .' l.concointy: I). \Villuai k Co. Jefvrs.nt :: l\w. \ second +,:.rl.il' of Ju'.y: -.r.'. i. ? M: .*v T r.n It :M.-to wii : May 3d 1L3C.[ England, and he will warrant than t" be rival to< any rue-i.t-i t.f llu.> Ili t-r.i.tg v..! ,L',' t .,

.+Y .iinty; Win. I). Harmon, GaJsden county; J. cn.l itlt t11nr4'. G'hirj c."uuv, a. ,! N!. > ',. t1, r.MTLLIUY! ti. JONl:.:, ivs brought lo this market, he will also warrant them ube > GUttiiir 1, i.arrPii!. rrd,3 S :!. i

1 '' \\MloVison, Jackitui county Tioridj, for furjui Jt''rurtYJ paid iiia.ur :';; ".+ ? 1, ? In Cliaaccry fresh, as they were purchased immediately: on the: c"rtnly no. pr.tisr rm i-verr.-4 t7- <. j: ,

a, particulars as t-j jJiicr, +i.liit'ry Jcc', : foss:, ailhe! ncM 1u.. i :!r') 't' i iyir> THo'As*. \ anival of the prckctfrom Liverpfol.aridconst pi'+ ntly this vit.ntr.e. ;il'i si H1( ;.r! ,/ pr ",' Til 1

-, '' ,. AUCiiir.ALD CAMPBELL, j t I +ft il.i"i > ( riier 2>)iU' j.iD'.llii, ill t- ,,< i., r ;f i' aars; to ttr} s-**" fiction+ of the ri.urt, that! Da.1 not injured by lyinz on hunJ. He has in his cnpoy-! f Ton t- t t i ; i \ ,' l; f ..

JO11NM. tiLA'/F.. i ivil'a : r.i ihk di tnt. 1 .1 1 i l h '".. 15 docs n+'; rfide in the bolt States, incut the Lest of workman; -und he will rjiakeii[' lue."_ Conrl J rirt-itt:, ** -..- .; t! s

+'' '* ichte e, llatiri c.+-;':'. tia :..arch .+ :i'' A uae o i Jj ::i t- .* !i u'r% ? *" ,..s in: ate i.roviu.. '" tit IVxa-f. It H thcrcfrei work in the best manner: and! at the shortest notice.- ** Ti.first *i lutne ti I 'r. I'. r fpeartd ,

i''? lillt l.-'i'lls .u r-c/ ,t : t.t,1' r.' /;.,..., 31rti 'I', : L'it: ;{ 1. t '.: :.' >ii + i ft. muui.iniVoiicito.orcierul: that luL- All orders from the county punctually! attendd' to at Ia-.t. soft it.-. -. t > ,\ r' .

,.', friends and arc rJ ,u:=! : .y ji-t he Innl -* I mi ;,f ;, i : i .c ;,

.rt' .+,l.' O d11if1 y P11ertl ,.. ;qi: F : "I +, -<. .lt) i'''- v.' f: <. A LLpcr-, .. ;: < i t.., ; .", t'L! ; :?!? m suli ra>f made! u'ld: provided, Ji.i B. 11U1.L ,
., by Tjj < >RV t\ 'r v. (. l i ': t\- '.. itj'-t'i! ll.u'11'l lo iv ilt ro ett tu r.i "
1? lately ucviipicd < >ti4>ii : i Jlx S'uriTi,11? I- -t' 1 1" ; ; ; ( :;+Y La<, < appear ant ; .
ictj j
,: *'\ir.:1.. )'. lu\d, and r.. Jto t'.utore! r+: tilut.. Arsi -. ii.H r'i r v i :; ,'\ crrr dt :star: : to tl.c, co-ij t !lainant"s bill! !f.leili ; DRAPER & TAFLOJ? vec ap'tfjurt. '.**-!? "i' : I

Uv. 11. l1lv.aafd, id t.c t :: t+t '1.t..s.rt -- t':>o, vc- .! j't-'f/M t.f! i. t\y!. .'u: '. i,, ..:, t t. _- .} !, .a i J f C-' flit :;; .;. n uf -sx i u'"'i.i--: or iu : irne "T..ert i-j ,.,.<* ,,,!,; r ;

y'r, : i ten tt,% au1 n 'N' u.l hai rl, a g'l a.tl a3s''rtr;, :it in Ijr..- \vi'in; ti' iju.a ,'r, < -r'i e,i !' v : :.v t/i tat. n i rya t.>ifjv-.. A tray epy from the FLORIDA, t f unites rtsea. ':*:. r.i''v', ? ,,,

t .; groc t'ftl6, at13UFt\1'h:+'U ate LUO.OII: flour, J.irJ' fe.i.ii, 1'. K' : r. Kx\M-i'\Vm. ICva. !l"' ':;;'r"r" A'll'J J. I R. 11AUU1S[ C''k. OULD quhiies cl u b,',4rvij ; ? .
ia inform his friends ar.d tt
;, 1 1t11Clir l cheese aL' a1' aid cu&e, leis, j..baocetc.. '' i ;Lr-- W respectfully >r- j S utit! at d H la .. .
= ; i\N-L.i\.sjrr.ti; Idol'h. = tli | -il! ;.ir+: -i,& iM+cbtr.l; lo the! estate ofi' t met customers first he has just relumed trt i i y ; t .
IX il'ltALSV.t > !
fi etc. .St. .MarK>, i'i }). -JM I ,G.C 1. !: !te:tf't! \ tn+nidlr-rdeceased, are: requested to maketAv.ti. ,,Ycl Fork with a new and splendid assoitmei.t "fGuODrf t ,i work i KS readtlle fits ,tt ? '.

I. tl 1. li '..I t' 'tiltl 11r : { ; ." ttf> !?. I,''ch:'.rntan, whom I halt appointed which he is now opening at the old atid: well! ry sin tcUt1-. as t"-c itv *:! > ti. .

o w _' il Lys 1' LM 1.1' tv cur r< :,r1'ts .a+: ,'ri uds i 1s. i--y : "_ MI? dni'ii'tr my ab 'nce 1 from the Territory.- known stand of R. B. Sc J. $. BULL + .
( occu-
.:# ',a, 1'tt ih unit 1!r z ,r ::,.eel,. The : ub ? ti+t r l riot ; + IM r:.';.''l.- It 15.' r 0 itr, 1ll t''. j,rt! r- '; ... T.- v. t o Inv; cl itsiii r liiist the estate, will present ,i pied by the late II. A. Pierson ) and lo, whith hein; { tion, '. f. can !t. vt :t., 1.t Ji' .: .., ..j r l

/ flcrnt f r'r one otli thriuril''c t11: tufs :urn_ eta,, .uni v : r> j'-r iMai < Ul-:..' .-it. .' .-'. .n u 1??'/ a'.f.tei.titvtid wiiiiin: the time prescribedr I! vite.s those who wUh lo purchase, else.' for Cain, :I' '! of C wtxr* Works a%ov, rr.y"It t

'' y !i>-iruauts: in Ne.Nrk, w.ll:! Iurrts.Y+ *,.r.! .r aTo t :'.. .! .: : f :it C ) .ty c in o. i.- : -.' +:. M All V CII AN DLER[ adm'r. call and examine his asooriment which p: c'x.aiais iu a 1t'iPlrYd.; '--! tihtrir (' ;? 'y ; I I-- .

!. t 1 the xrt +',:ic G. u.1 lt,i.1'itC i !: >r. ,4 f; ui t!.'_ Adifin iMtJ.it. -.'-. '. :' ; _. *.- i ( K. Cii.iin-li-r! del'P1 e+l.f l. part, of the following viz'.-- cxtiLstn.! : c t.i a:: _

:. Marks. A-.r.i i+: h I-V. lU.i t : .- l;; .>.in>i"r ..iea eu, ;J* an.1 titatn".rnot" tiit-firttrit -, .,
| \\ lti > aller dti1 nall apply i to Blue, Black, Brovvp, Olive, Grern, Pahlh. Mulberry :r'.i+
r .t ir-ii : J- 32m N. t >T., 1 i 't rn.: th' m cl a.tt .
: inio
a ,
"jir : cti -
Kur '> ami Oila-rs. C : :*: j j :.J.-y i.f ll.r ft tinty tour; < f Jtlara county i gird Mixed iaSi T )i\2) t'IfjC&5Jjr Ii'- tt' w [I : a ,
It 4 + A '.Ui.NJ :TUA lult'JS i'-r !h admin > j ,ract-.s and .>'tra :ti"t>s M'stvi-:, ., ., :, t'. ,
ther ; ,
+ t '1 Hli '' .<.,* ib.r S iiavini: tiklit tii.tt' iIX t. < : s'raUuii 0,5 'aie i f James Black, Mixed, 4-Drab 'Cp&.8;&; Z 2&&S& S I it
: l rl:. "it'S' :.1' rd..l', i si.asl l ; ntcouu's : M. I. li :.II.IH.IU :iccta: ed.V1L11L\.> C. SMITH. Black Lavender and Sieei-mned L'L C'A''sA'y.V" do. [t cd for :troin Oils v.;U .1x.3 alrt.iI -'. ,t: t.C ,
: 'ar-'t- t n: k s': ic'ur.l.e! uj-i-cr |lw ::'Ht :tsoTV :: I Iacuru.nr.a. !bi ep.r
I l aj.vl Z utl.} !> f Yt ;u iit.a.! t ,. ..- n'new and superb Article before oilertd ti.i : _rat..t: r. : '..lt -.u>< ;
f never
,, i fr il! e pull]+ost t aevotfitl.e >
Apress luni.iylo ttlliu.lr.J! : +i1C, +-S\ li, ',' .", j Leatitaltrurklla.i_In tt ,
uwdatiu c" uitry trade, and! luteutiir' to turn ra ,. trey l rt ply tt u Jlarlict. VESTI.YGS cry desa ipuulF. r..n>islingof I '. .ti t
; .
(3.atMt'li <'oii.iy: : +r.t Ci-; !. r'e i "L. I .1 sure nvnJ fn.rn list e'mt. .".. .. 1 ti ; 1.W. ..
J ; _' J..J t th- Black and Blue! Cluth BLck Silk Velvet
; .aid
i : their bokatteuti to thjj salt: ; of :' ;t, i trutu.iiii vf ul,: uitatf =4" >i.a.: .- \ :. co'inty.t st'htt.e :cr : ',.+. j ,ut.,.: . C
pioducc, \\i".ld' ir.viti tii'-sc, wi.-j \vjjU! to buy, or f.-s of :. irr.ini--rii'in! : MII t!.? estate of Nile y Fancy Figured do., splendid patterns, O.uiited nirltri'retler 10. ;

'! ''' lostil!l, u{ ivc theta a call, as; they! are dvti-rmuivj to V7M. U. .Uu :. !./! .. .. ''tor.-' ;.:'. late of .rj'.d! ctmnlv d.iMd.. Silk, do.. Merino, Valencia, Challice, Marouilcs! :ik! I 4h is e'onucn! nithu '
2 13-5. : ? 'r'i
I Ft'ornary 20-6!.! ;te > -. rt
iG ,, ,, fell on as good tirm<, aud girt: as hit! a. eu.ili picc "" r;: A MiyCYRD.Lt a new slyleuf Englis! Fancy Silk, io.! labour. v.u u t.tilsf'tr.irttas! .
.i..i + : 'rt
ra+1y' for IlVtluCe SS Call be obtained in the: city. :r'lTMVMVi, RA'i < mS\\u i'i i= ; i. ,ail\f! 1 ilATUK'ii' 'U'i'ltia: tc rsn., ALSO, A LARGE; ASSORTMENT OF j ing: man vjro is the :,t::yit b: .. u i it-.Ku.anti: .rFs

; ; They have ast: received and for sale, ">a.1.11'ln: tLti .,s ;i ;iiit tlte t He < .' .- .. i .. i.l TV ;r. ," +-a..indsagainst: the e.-uuc-of U. J. .llaf 5 (I READ Y-MADE CLOTHING.j : doles ad ..rt.; di>criru:,. *nr; iit.> .. ,, .ma.vi."*.

r 20 barrels Iri-li! PotutuCt, 4tCRLatt}, !d L Yri' 117.. d"1'u:' ': r ;,'.t ';, . : ?.L i !.- -n county dr' lasul. ;are u-quiied u pre- i i ihrougitout vv' ith Jle!: evident l.-. f a u : <*: 'r

i 5 Ticr'N s llice, i ry, : rt: IrciJ, i ; i' ;;:rtr iu t+r+ :lr -.: : u ,'-atud! uiii.m il.c! li'i'.u i.rccri.I'j Among which are the following; Articles, viz :- Wt a.c tpaiis sure tLcrerfre! >. -. ..r' ;'.1.1'I '
'<' 2tt !inxe r'ap, 1 rt r' ,t uti'un lu rr. lI r tt. +-' r; ; t, j ', + ./ they wi.l: be forever !:,u :.d. Those Blue, Dhick I Brown, (t>Iive Green, Dahlia, Violet, cl.arjcitr! aiiu of hs nu irn.t'. .?. ; *, .t t!>
UA Ua T .-.' L lH; t+ Pl 1.trrr ri t's ....! I i: >?
nr > q 1'r + < srm < Mulberry, Green a Mixed Dreis f- 1 rock Cca!
: ': c-taiii ire r.tlu-arr.rl t'+ : kpxyun.Mi.. >-- !f Soi.it-v'j!
n. : rt-v.-r.ichfs WiU :i. .. .. ., .. T .
H'-.tt-.r. s'rd tkc .
Ju tiu. t f I. liinlit {
i *::.n.t/t .M'T.I 'i i>. r.i A *_'. I "tLi-l ir.ixed Jttr Cuat. (. eiinan, Caui'-lei' hex C-cst
, 'fir + Orleans, Jsi' :.r, Wlii lc U'-T.'y: rtljr .s r } > i.. lined with tr.cti-ii. l iIl -rri.-: > :. ( fjic. r .. :.
E y : __ f I \ ---lAlTL', 5 liXOr: ITy"\ir'-e Ji'\uink. pailieU '.iirmishoiit, a new ly '
("i. 11.ii T. I:. LllS'lJLMiEtGLU.Sioraux : : and pta-lt! with the p .rt.-.ut vi: i J
(fill{: 1 1'llltii': :+ I/itt.r.. ? :r. :. i ed by t!.. C.t-r!: tfil c'u rC1iYr Court superb article. Superior Biuc ar.ef Black Cloth t view this is .
r' t .. = :, .lit Cloaks for I every rrt Dt.-ty f': v .. :.
.t ,1 Iraliu. Claims r' u.;:,i tin- Y : aft (' I i-, \,". *-. L' .' ? /, Vt i;directed: !, 1 .Ial!: ',!ior at public i{ Green do Gentlemen. Black, Brown and Ohvc i\; com.ari[ ,"n tt.e best, tl, RtUSE f...' ; ,. i .<. '
'r JUeIIdCr.t: s< .j Pl'Crlturrlu'ia.G. I i. ; tiring 'tiio! Ladies'. Blue, Black, and Drab Cloth .
: *. :| -'- !u ; < .e : JN'iirt llo-.iH.'s; <-n Saturday I! nnd Cassimere i cita'.ni
0.t The subs<..ribcr has tit- ut.cat'd.vi'liisj theprciCnu.! I .,: -v ,t. .. ; .\ ., '" L Aii2Jf; ;> rfali, Lots ISo. .ti 1;, 11, t1j in the Corded Bucksin Pants. Black Mixed, Lavender and 4! public yv."' (,'urtiri cit 'i J xr 7j
xnv t'r t a\ r, t ',.d ; latt'v' f..iahd a 1dY''N ':rJ' C. a;' J e "J, rei bi: < i A 1 1. .T.t c k iiion ;ot.c! city >.fT.i\d.r;
.. : livjMi r-.Jo. ,' .: -rs :; .ui ir- i 'i/nt F t facto will bei VESTS of all dcscrip- is
r __ cs lions Blue and Black j pur.awee:, zn:\ c utn uou.a: ..r: j :a !:
tl+ 'y: ton Shed which with; hs well kii'-wr. \\ni-':.mu--, "4'tJ a1 i lCi:.-- t lit! M'.ck'M i !< i > ul U. "i.! 1'\ .-- .:. .: t <:.2'"tai'_'; tie! .:!.i t .t of ajud,cment a- I yclvcts, of all Patterns Black Silk and Fancv ci-.u i.iii! as Tar a> i.; h i .. :I..' '. li.ix-; tilt tt> Figures Ct uued Sitk L'lac li
'i in':. oa.d! :; +uaG'arri in favor of ihe Poat s .
St. JtYur"s! I'a.ui IT! f !
r .MI, l ., fully adt-quite t-j rnr Lirl.t .'. TL -
rtr.: \
, + will enable him house vi"'n the weather1: lu.ni ..t.'Uto Satin .i.
p' i English ;ilk
., lo '' ..... '. vJ.i.'.. ..!. > il- striped, do, BuT, Ciudlicj! Valencia
i !, 4 < -w.--.i itv.ii l.ours.TII'JJ. f bellitMtnts '
-u akc -'ic" !
. = i' + 100J bales. Tii'ise"' ,. i store thtir Cotton 1 '.y, : p ar' to ; t: : t't': T. : iNlerino and all the ate il a sit .& t>f L! ._:. tx .'c. Tportr.'ii -

f; +; >; ', + with him, are aaurcd! t'i!' ; -ry ay atieiiliojfv. ill >.-c tn-+ 1 i if T< n Di'-s!! pt r !-,,rt uti Jl: <' < a .;'. .' .' '' KS: HL\ RANDOLPH.r. are, to be found, amon*; the most latest approved patterns Also thai :' ti't" his rn-'th-r i> i.c..i-.y La: '... .." 'j' *

! s,7 r i' company: is j-cuj-.ire to bep 'ill a! l''!n : L :"- C.S.Marshall. importations.) ,
+ flowed towards its safe keottinr. .
fr.fr.7.v "j uj-.Bp. .' in a large assortment ef Fine Linen Shins
Jii'f' att.. Ji-sr-,+;.'<, <-n or h-f-d-f-tll!: C > : ,' 1 J > "" nii ima TemaMgaB g nai & Red Loi !, n L'.urnri : slid Cr.r .
: Frltioi
'' St.MarkJan.. 13 tMtf :.11'. lIISEY( ,T L v\, Flaneldodo. ;
:, "r i >\ l L t ; ; ;'t1-1: nub,CTiber Drawers, Stocks, Gloves Silk linn1ver
S'to ..rC V. rch *i ixt, toter a ivr.tr;! n.> t '!:..(. s Y f T i i ; +., ,- respeet1J \ : : Il'tatc t ?.te: r'c 4i+
: unm. : kerchiefsL'lackSilhCrasat
f'l/jjs'onus 1 the Gam
1 : : + that he has
public in I ,
SIt'tfU E opened Elastic5aspenuerStlk
11'rtp "
r t 1 3 :!1+:rt'lt''r. Il' : /! r liil
': ; .' tii Tall.i1' CottonandlVorsted / : t.1tctSr 1;. Ij;j ; ;i,a t !PE:,
{ ti U't' tE : ::. of .):rte:'.: 11a J1 :...1. . city fj.tr, i.\l dour to t?e post orJice, a liusieryGentemen'! cintt E
E ,' undersigned, adiui.u,.ra, *ur of All-x tuder !tt Ml i | i' ; are, iu wi!.ica lit: v.iii keep a iu ra! &orur.L-nl Beaver ILl'1'S, Satin Leaver du, uutlt's satin Ire a- I 'r: I" fetiO'jftf.' '1'li ,s .,,' .- ...1 i ;;>*: .; .

-i t./- o, / ,' ..-<.JMJ ciiiitas tLStrrrat'1: do, Fur Seal Caps, Umbrellas{ and : vaiuisur % but bti-in-et: cat v. >:. i-t ". '
deceased 1 has d', wl.ld'1 aftt.r+!ii: i v turgiCt'i s every attic c -
} I :t = .Jt\l I?? i iiA'.s\ i.llll.i-t A. .. i all: which is needed for be i.c.-.ar; te: /*.' / .' tc'cwLici ?
.+t lav James U. U'cbtcoi? I Esq. 1,1 TaUaii:! +s-+aa 1st J t. ; uiiiuivaLly ol'iilele& tJiJ.: belong to ll.is! a. Gentleman's outfit. u! :; ( 1' : > j :
1 1 r demands .i..s ,.i..ill.liir! !JeiiHH:i >. J. B.B. would also notify that during the Summer or i.Uiiusca.. 'i v, ,. n, .-. A .;3 .'i;' :-.. i. :*
who will all
i Attorney receive antn rr In.i past
{ ; ..unsst said, estate, and acknowledge s'-rvioo / J" .-.uy: '! 31 illin!; latvf* Lt m cutuiiy uef i- ', .' r, ; 'i 1'i.c *.].L.p will be cnrrird on by .Mr. LEWIS, who is he has been engaged lit manufacturing the above ; an.l last ii? ::ic: : orlici' s. ;in r >> a--1: ; ":ry. <-:

, r m-cCssary tb- issued ayainsJ suit! < -.t ;1t. i I ;:- pjT'-i-J.l t..l.l duly ..Jtlu-UH att-fi t ,, .'is'.i ; .1 v. :: <>d'hattd ar i experienced drugs':-and silo t.- articles, designed particularly: for this market, which! lure--sCctft-:!hz *.> :?--tae; Lt n-.n: ai ttu .rr
y process i vuhttd! 1 by Jav.\ ,r t : v. j i,+c h i 01 .. t'- and! for iv.e;: rcce-
and .
xt, ? jn;, my al tenet in S'j-.ith Carotin,i.IJ'itf 1-". .1'1,1,11. .,. .ry .t : .,rebcriptior.s: will be moil fai'.hfuily aucndU cheapness durability, are not to be surpassed j ncv.ii iCj't'ri-*-->--o .i:' iotti.iir. i-
ii.ti bud t' t;; < -' (' ,'i'c r< '< + ', by any in this section of and the work : JUJcs of nev.v.o:-'.:>- ,nul s .1.; :M.", c cl. ,
country as FI.W
,. .B.1>r':1LLt.1.1':11 Luu, t i.u. : 1.-. ..- .. a-- fiv..eiU MA.UA :A;, > \ MM !I.! >.. ; ; : r'
been miscellaneous .
/ ?' All dm'.1, v.-jirrar.lrd to be genuine. made up under his own inspection he .vuh I 1il Isis i.t.-t! r d." .. .s'r' -
having located i.iiast. If in al,, can
; tlCCilu see) his. perm uitttly, ,, ,. .. 1'! _1 2 I KIAVIN{ TiWAHT."p some degree of confidence, recommend the sane in lieaihi-: prices. cf 1 proj:;ce, citrehr ti : ; tutks: < x
respectfuletflcs) : + Vll atl'1 : : ;
I'r',1c + 1 AKIi ri-K > ,A v. it* afi. r'1ti: A.V1.K.50: those who wish purchase a ;first rate article. lie- t engravings ln:_rr..tl lrrulratai>. railmt ,c.1.nal
a : ,r, ta the inhabitants of Jcllersoti:! ; county. soli iutv. ('gets btrr. is icclitied: whiskey : 25 do
> :' a: 'l, v.il!: be rttaih t t'*V Jj'1' : .' ., ..ZL"ht u'.'rr.d! .Manon aha'o would merely add thai his Cloths[ have been purchased! --travell-.i' -v: u' :>rietrc tfcrv tmsrar.r\. :
; do.
: 37 do 1
j l'' % :
'tf" -- -- >< v"STOUAGE'l < 'i.i,* '', < .irt, f--r lcl*!'is of ni'.niiii'! 'i.t'.i: tu':1: +. b.-t.'iv' ; :tuuy] ut t.iy a't:!Ions rye,: in .. t. Mark's.nv immediately from the Importer, and are from the! I la- Sat.clt r ,r :++ icy .+ t::.. r. r '': tic 1:,>...,t.

+: 'TUIt:1GF. b'TOUAUK' (iVn... [U. llir/ix. d test arrivals J tnal.
( : nn < Cra < +I. J in. i" 'it; ; v *. c. MILLER. .tual'uac '

E N addition ,' Tallahassee, October 12, 1S35. 1. f i I The Piu.adelp/.ia.: .. atrtrt tnr:.r. nxevd* **
to his old ware-house t tl :e .-: nt Jtttla ,1; + r + 1' ed! for near tive Vi..rs. iwe ix.Iu.-vtf! u i:t -" is ai
ItlC +1n1tSSlrtd 1'UfY lar.5 atntlr: r' .
subscriber :
iasreccntlyere a buing ld ,t NOTICE. '
sp-.cmu.s '
r : KIV :> d'td to have the :.-.! z 's-C : :iR. + ; : aCr' '

1 y ', Suby .'d feet, forrecei\intrc. The la:: ," *: v "'' X '" '
TIMOTHY I M-CARTY. : r''j i.ty C AMI: f i f L ?II r.j .', .> t.d ;. 1 -., en- ) /
Volunteers lire interest Mr. Gideon Emory in the Merchan- ter.itu.vcR'rwn.nie.it anJcew* u> w. ii asbeiEjaelar
c'! fiuu :
1'jnl.er .
St. i1arks 1 ?ccmher ith I31 i irirt u L: ; a.n.IIM: J.rr
+ r lie! establishment -
-jj.m: ; r. r. t-t < \ '. tl" 1 'a conducted under the firm of Bet- '"esi ana cheaj-es! : r.t v.a:,at>ef pv.: :.-i.t m iLetultd5tis.

"e tti 'UC'1'UR r'' 11C\1'la-lulu!, 1',:ruucti _._ _' 1 ton Jc Emory in this place, notifies his friends aiul 2vi.with-' : .:': t'Srlrv :. .acumen8.! >".
X wt .,. .: :- i/:3tair.Y: l. u vi.. 1: i. ., '
; customers that he'
located li.
-istlf the Thouiasviile! is it
is nprcsviaunexu
road ci'i
on :r nowjeceivinjj a general aa or- j i-mtc'i utu.n a -ididXi-'e.-S-: :- '
"'+ miles from no.'ii of Tall.ihihS: e, reaix.lf: illy!! oihi t i9 ..r'I'' '. ,' + 't :-.F'rrti, :, Ar to ,. t.jit /. ''": ', ,' 1. ALL me-ibero of tcs! ,., and(| ile'C Mounted Vol- inert ol Goods! seiee-ted by };itnsell'u ith fare in >Bo-- -' 'uplcii rapid!try"; ina: i>iirtlraeaJUU'.uia : : rust:

ti.? y tt his! professional services to the ciliz-.n cf Lt-on c- I, tltr'S oi'iiOiuIni :r.ituHi qH lot calatc o. Dui:; .1 ( u't +.rsia i.e :lirit JM.I.IJ.O-! caii.p.iigii, under the ton, New York and Baltimoie, and utTcrs the stuna ; market! and arts Dr; t.c :latest U.Ut: : ,

tv. April alb 13i. ".i ttti iv'i .'it 'Hid Asa li'i! ; i ; ei.i.tied: to the- the late .'
same, are reF{ue s fiirm. ALSO ,,H-r -
JOlTN H. UEALE. i iAtlornty ', | the ItAV pricect/ S'J. 1' .+.- rrii!; ...1 : ;
l > : ieJil i: ii-ieJutvly nimy off.-rt; nnd it-'eivc the! | Expected ,
t !
; tI11'f17r1:11 t'i'la'L'. per brig "Harmony,direct from 1 get \\diublo und encrttinir:: m.itrrr, l=tl -"-
/ al LaictMonticdo.! Flnrli i. I "W.iJ.UKKWSTKRt j Liverpool, on consignment -Ul1 r! ''
: + ILL practice in the Court of appeals! ; and the ', t**'' 1.1lt IGnti:: ,iTvt" t"!. 1'-, f &2.aii!/ e'J.j'' :i'fi : ,1 -H-f Adjutaniby 30 tons hammered IRON, enough' to Jlii acoa.mc.i o x i k ,'t '-'Y'1'i' :< > '/;
"' to 5-J vcluiussa ai..i wi... h io t-tirssalw: :
3,: Jsuperiur 1 Courts of the middle Di>.ti.tt,: } !: ( : v "<' t I< ii.t tit ';. < : '? _. ;L ..-'['.. _.: rrrulr itaa : Pivu! tlicNtv 30 Crates Earthern WARE readveeU fj.Ct'O vear, r .!.. 'e'+ : '
1' lorlda' Hf- *'t! y., i.il'J Stl I /:! l.9 at' til:,. 6 I'Ml'lS.C' : f : .. y ) !by ti; .M1" o'< f-1'- ,
NcivJH.. l 'i I Ili; ; i16 IrIU'lY ]160
n '; J,1' fi11l.ai irUttl \ orc,! and the pieces COTTON \ all ot"ihe fn-r.i Maine t'j FJ''t:1! : > SSw
of .1
.1n : !! tit T o j-s! as.-i, -ip rd ; fi '' +- v: : 10-JO parts couutry,
+. ltl Gt) 1.a G1tUCL'R11.. Il.ltl)11'.1ii': o..cr! Lady 11'iu: -tntt from New Orleans, and sacks Liverpool ground SALT from the &caU tLe lak
], Jvi t/rh M ). ::.;-i: j'-si: K v >ard u> <.s. ,
t'd ,; c.-The subscriber having of .Mr.: ur lV sale ei:< -in, vix : which he offers at wholsale to Merchants at or Wes Tvv., ihuutand! 1'i! 'hrs >1i ""'
purKid '"' : ai.< u.-Atan-; -
"p\r //t 1 ICLi( tl .rr "M S.T rid! ?M New York
: < e' > lt: i"r' : uk-ira. Muscat, a::il Malawi wines prices. sa'u'
,, ,, George Lamnaii his entire stock <,f Goods in the: : j ? been i-xptndcd ly the j-ub-htr-! !; ": ti! t' ; ;
-y \aiif.H t< of T.Jl.Vt! TDi'ir'T f Coiton
.cCy "r% tu' Orleans: rum, old! n-niii.d purchased as usual. i-: rr:
t' of Tallahassee! iTcrs them: for salt! : t.n accon.iiodatii"; : h whiskey, rye. gin, Courier m lit.rarv i trLrIttlt: UI :"avment, tc
Cr S II1 aiJt>litt rt, i1',' t! t' ':: t' 1 ,. I >: New \ UIKaial! ih-i.r! N. O. auperline flour TURBUTT P. i .-i t y it**.
term*. The assJiuncut embructs a greatariety i-. BETTON can v. rilcrs. Five lii .dr.-d fur. ow. _
of fl itid.i, 11"IItP(' JIM- d i. t ., tr 1d'a.la' i.ttla', Irritld Ulli, 11erru 5CO1tCturd C Tallallaoct, Oct 1, 183.r>. titf"W 1
v articles and late arrivals from JereJ a t
rtl by "ew-Vorl; in uo\\ in urs lOi enn-Lg! : i.s i.ui ,
/ t the City + !Taih!! ;-a c< in, ih- j -.: >.. Jrcy .. t, :: hall idil'Cli Oti. 1 :: ; "r 'S
TALUABLL lion know n -
; complete[" planters and country irurchanlsmv inviiui YCUi'El'l'For of Ud i ana the tt rolls! _t '
S ( decease, iivrcby t:
  • >! 11tu :>, +: .tcf ,.' l.ai: '::rrc;, .. ls sL'a.l, h.tcon silts ;tV b'r'
    to call and the 7 SALK.: = Iitt-raturc t.f lu-fi'J.
    exan.iue goods K jm ,; fur tin-;r.c1! t s. The sub is..iiu' I'uruard uuti .., the !, t +; :.: f t3
    j y aa..c isd : ; 1'.ulinet' lrutvtlrr baclahot y-
    t hue
    4-2 > offers ,
    TllO.MASTILLlNGHAST. > for sale his plantation lo be 'Jit r.cedeniiJ, as :ii'-iir avc: ?
    ; lot, ; a.suIlTUL: Ju: LuVii.n t .1', ... :rill"'t:7;?.-, Ct t liA-! lrlttlIln.Lrr! of other seaL ,

    ' ;fi i A CAI113. otter fur sole iMU sacs of c.\ctia-it! j: L'tl'dlli!, u.nh.1! : r '>< of J.rlus i.-it, \.l.. .. "*.. Larticle. t'-tl icdioits! to mention; vhich they inx" -1he negroes, stock and farming tools i Str'ICf }
    I C.-.ul.-r
    The h
    C i tnal.iv!
    plantation is .>
    : jrw.har.imix k land, (SO of which is cleared and ands> ; r i !l r >LiJ .* t a.lt r th '. ri t thoicvlio wis.'i t., pnnLi j, to' examine for theni- under g ,od { PhaJeIpIu.i; c..n'rovrrsws.Orctrseiulositig .

    ; a good ten'-e) lying on Aitapurusrrcik!; on the r party politics aim uli''i' it- ?' "t s
    uo ,
    ? 1-ading! (i Tallahassee to L'rigJridy: ; .Jaukdcu C'j the pivmeitt of ihalit.: '1'ial.Lt ,' :, AK. : .v.l l i. J',' 1-ti. 1 .>.tl<;. -Ii6w from Tallahassee, on Lake lamonia, and consists of I! the addreind vvd LC caft :+',

    }, Florida, i will fefll a bargain in the above lauds, : -. hlllV i, If:11; ; "! ':.,1:1.11 -. as good land as is to be found in Territory. S"I1p.allIJ {n>st paid! in all cucti :

    ,, to the subscriber in : ih.\iTtl--llavin ptmaucntly Terms-one third cash and the attcnJvjj to, if avk.'iv cd, T'II1E /
    / I jily Lecu county, Ni-w Vir;;ijia In the ;. it' fivi C.juri l'fr ta t- <,* un _% uf i. .. :*;.: Ji x locatv-d ii.i.v.if in tt.ij: oily, offers his profession- nual insuhncnts. balance- in iwo an 1' ltttUl'i:11Ft CLIGI\ ,

    t 4"r :;'! sc tMcmcnt. H(_t fa_] U.--A.'CHAPPELL._- !j ,!Ili! Hi.tjKtof: I'-! r..ia.; a t.-. i. j" xa lo :.lie titzei'.s, : of Tallahassee ar.d its vici- June 4 ill, 1836. J. L. VICKERS." d i ;uFita 1,1.i t:, l,utindr.l I tta! : ,Pa. ,.

    ; *, t 1..1.0131SJ\, has r-iiioxetl his- oliice -to tit-,. noMA.simovacain.r :; \ t. : t. ar'll uor pro'e: ., >ioii.illy en iged, he may at all 4.,.11v .. __- -i '.

    :,/ ./ house formerly occupied by the lii-v. R.I'. l K- rrwhere f Cu.. '..' .. ... + :..) K- 1'I .''I-! at 1-', alrlin:! place, Madison street. r 1 E are authorized to annoimco JAS. STlvU t} lI LUIJ..L11.1 _. Ui.I
    'i *
    he may always be found!, unless abstut'"ii CHlllS'lOiUiKR C.VI .LIAM 't', !' hi-- .-, ..liKir-l ti! lVt:: } 454wl ART[ Esor. and Dr. WILLIAM TRADE-

    } '{ fesyir>nal business. 41H jn'o-1 /x.1111: .Mitip.,. ..a an .;.k.j! in ins: v"e, ta': t/'t: :,:' WELL ascancbdales( torenrespnf- T.mn vnm- ,. ;.. rl... I t
    ,Ir --- I i-i.n i> ,-., .I .i.,. l next Legislative Council. ;: ; ,. >_

    TRUSTEES hums, JUa!!: J. \ Jc,., j.,, '.-j-.tji 1 :c"i' _,u.J w r: I'. .mot.. ,,>Y r"//|< iJ'1:i.tltu! ,1'i.c(!irr rate subscriber worknn-n has in in his the cniploj above E are authorized lo announce ARTHER AlAT 13.L -

    t i r ifi t''r SALE.---Inf Itlis'tI' Diaal. !, aul 1 itb ai,.. .,i].,,-4 f, i!.. m, '?, ,T ;.,tC'UI't fcvv i'lt-siiuis. He has H most u!,error stock T CON, Esqr. as a candidate lo repiesent Leon

    1 f anct; ufthe tru1; j i tiRl: ; tlt:1': : ;:ue !t") : hjJi.sbt! : : art- 4'1 : .- t, : : county in the next Legislalive council. .}-I

    ' .r -.,; 'r -, a certain but liv F: Ill the C.uUdM.tn, : .., t I! e M!,.t! W i-: -.1 \-. i.' <: .'.. '. .. .-.iid! v.ili! rxrctue custom v.-orl; to order in
    t "pRTpTlCE.--All caulioned
    u t" ..att..Y. / ked y. liaur, .lun; :'* Vikvs, SurahVknt th, ..' bi! i.i.ti.ne-r. Tuts estnbliihinrn: !. is in! Monroe 1 for persons are against trad1 t-
    i ia
    tr' mg
    ,} ;, : ?,; trust or a note lo the subscriber
    : inorljja c of F : !,-.' t i \ the' jurt-hoiiaj.! J. given by Abram
    i' i. ; J J ,}ln i'. llmul 1 fv c U. EACI1Y.
    in ihe btu:> j Haan for
    t ,; 'r .,.r ,,,;,; with the jiouer of t' sevenly-five dollars, dated in February Lm
    : J H:!.;
    | u' r. J r ,' :rt-0 chat the taiJdvfruU tv-d .. 454\v .. .
    ,,, ,,,-r? tale, iade and exi:. : ]R.j. as the same was lost during the Seminole cam si"
    1 ruled, on the f th day I j j. 1. :... U.-A-- the 1 ciiiplai.'iaui i .-oriJJHj; u i.>w. j :'.! tit''U i \; I ).--(.!n me road leading Irorarii.Tulahasco 4.1Gtv4 JAMES KOONCK/ :.,,N..71

    of May lfc'33 + : : ,t t + ; tf t1is =Jrdrr Lu I+uiiishct# t; : t'.titlr Stewart's Bridge on the Ocklockn s
    ti x-r by r:, .. ..tu. t DURING myjabsence! from the territory EDNONU f E commanding uSIeersof i theert'rtlcarrpu'
    = = Juhn Baldwin -trlr, pulhbn.d in ihc City ,-. T.UUjurluur a s.--Mle! and bridle, appeared! lo be muddy, asth VASS ,,, 1 Wrw:
    + ..zE}; Da1J Shctl'er and !..s: ii.-sith Mte.-ettohcly. Uy ur..+>r. f ].., ij.'h! ii had! boon dragged in the mud by the horse ;will act as my legally authoriz- attached lo ihe i tit Regiment 42dMilitia Lri,l.d hP',1
    a to attorney. 428w
    Honour. THOMAS UA5.DALL FARO..MACRAE. will dismiss their se.-cral ,
    .l---o. tii-y llu them
    ucro on- : owner can get by describing '
    taro the payment of two JAMI. S. I-iN'v ( OT1CE-The subscriber has themselves in readiness lo march upon a raonie1notice. |
    certain notes, of eight hun :i".i._ HiVt: tiu m and [Ia;run the! expenses of this advertisement, just i eeived per

    Bred dollars each, therein specified.1 1 shall) on Tues \ ISTiiTi'oII's ai.d Cai.-o odioe Decalur schooner Joy, from New-York and is now ,
    A 1i.ui: Av/i'icu Ti[ applying past Gco. opening ft.
    :- !! f.r ,,7ra.hiviy ; county,
    day the 2Sth day of June instantat the: Planter Hole! : ; claims: :against ,ilC ttd I r' .In...: I'Otti'liaHC.! : 454w a general assortment of spring and summer goods Signal guns will :Le fired at the! capitol square. ,
    to o: ..
    Tallahassee the hour ra.i; : fire of the members cf the Carious
    of of
    at 2 and assembling
    the ;
    consisting primed
    in afternoon Host'.dc! pamlcd French muslins ''
    expose l.-ttt; of iidM.n: t't f CK.: 'I'lio ai.Lijnber s' '
    I : frfacd ;
    r to sale, at I public auction, to the highest bidder roii"y ar iv-{ > t : has on cwnsignment 4 florenlmes, cantons and liagnal sallinels crminclseic. rounds in this !lcimcnt. Tince! guns nil! Lt* the .
    trd tc I proM-nt th<4m duly autlicat4;cicj wr :," i.4- friy stt'-gius wJiu'h! he will sell low for ; of Ltrtwt
    !r the ; : cash or 3 4 Hal 1
    printing materials and i-f bleccheil for usseiubling at places
    ktock and brown respvcuve I
    press, types, of paper'establishment domestics 3 your
    1 time piefciibcd hw v'd'e ., il ; t.
    } and! by or tlny \vi!| be Ton l;; cur jiaperon the Hrtt of January next : those 4 and 5-4 furniteno ut.r rltfurtbisPl.'
    \ppurlonancie, belonging and common checks 100 SixgunsCJrcotr.tactctt.tlliuuf
    t to the !baree: by law. Those indebted to the Cbtaio arts ietiOaleU w- n.0to picase! will! io! well to call and examine ; pieces and others"in c -
    "I''loridalntcllicncer It is that
    ; to and satisfy said superior cotton osnaburgs crockery loaf expected every captain
    pay notes ; ware c.
    (| to make iitdi.xlc: j..iy IZLER.
    S + + interest! &c. according to said deed. The sale bciii"by ** VT I I HIV ir.il.-s of gar etc. Expected per schooner Warsaw, an assortment mend will pay particular al'.entiou lt the .
    Past Tallahassee.
    i't agreement of all parties interested, the title will be 135w -i.> ii. IK/.SlIf' fi. of hardware, and a few superior rifles & double Per order of the Colonel.! 26
    1''r 1'.. 1'. :{) -
    , ,t good Terms of payment at ia.le.DAVID ------ -, ; JL/J.n'ICJ'l.. -Jons O. PARISH ism agent and at- barrel guns-all will be old low for cash or approved 45 W. II. BREWSTER_., Adjutant:I. -._1 P

    1 ;'' WILSON, of every dfscriotiuu ibr buuthis s torncy in fact, dnrin my absence from the Ter credit, purchasers,, are invited to calla examine for [7" K are authorized lo announce-- -'ll 1LLI ,

    1 June llth 1836. 44 Trustee. olhcc. ritory. 1{. PARISH. themse vet. A* FORMY DUVAL. F STON, as a candidate to represent L coal

    ,/ lI M.ev-ukc-0, Jung 12th! 133S. 45- April Oth 1836. 35 in the nextLegisIaiive Council. 40

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