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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: July 30, 1836
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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ll'tlct Issomnent of' goods: counting in part THE FLORID under the direction of the Surveyor of the I i JV

I'J\1'tl""rI.CltS'lZ lauds be laid off I
I:" GOCERIESL public Into town lots, streets ;

l; middlings, and hams, bacon, Bait cured, avenues, and'the lots for public use, caHcd t

Sk.ed 1 2 Baltimore! Hour 1 and mac k elc I, the public squares, and :into out lots, having I '
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j3d.; Inrk'lard tin, ( oter wines, LAISSEZ NOUS :FAIRE."- regard to the lots and streets already surveyed r
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itidt1i: }port cosuhc and oilier I brandies, : .- .- in such manner and of such dimensions as "
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: t'r'.eJ' cinccr, tamarinds, and citron, m'UmQ: - he may think proper for the public good and J m'

J1cs, l'r\nc fis raisins and, and) anchovies otmonds t 'WWLQQl'TQ 1L rElJlQQUllg J1.tnri e ll eJ Q V'<1LQ ZtTD Q qjU. the equitable rights of the settlors and occu. i;' f :

cn-eie s, casores, --- ------ of the said Provided tho t :
towns tracts
extensive assortment of all other -- --- pants : ,
For
L..kt sale .
luih an his
', : i.1 at Counting Room, uver No. J9. Cour. NOTICE. of,land so to be laid tiff into town l J.1:3, &c. ; t* ,
Uowand's
of grVlulC'S. 8troet. hear Concert Hall Boston Tonic Mixture and Anti-Costive Pills.
and his
1JS also
|' } IHtY-GOODS.liroadcloths appointment, b) (by No. 5.special ) THE Subscriber returns his sincere thanks to his IN consequence of the numerous attempts to palm shall'! not exceed the quantity of one entire !: : : ;.

t' ISA-, grfl nnd invisible, : muslins, E. RARNARD Jr. .%- Co. n s, and tht. public in general, for the liberal imitations of Rowand's valuable Medicines i- section, nor the town lots ouc-balfofan acre; \ :ti

a <:; v''!1. ot t superior' Pans I juinte Tnliahassw. Feb. 22, 1835, atir Diugcist.i cncbuni cmciit he has iccchcd since he has been in on the public-lie has determined to confide the nor shall the ouMots exced"tho quantity of .
*
$ fl-k'cr, I'laia "Ild wthcr liauJaome K'il'ams.i"'r \ Observe that none arceenuiie without the \vri- this place, and solicits! a con::1u: nir, of their patron sales! exclusively !o agents indifferent parts of the I four acres each. When the of the lots I "
wl tItcu, : patterns, len survey
:;.-rhm:- riii's f: ( signature T. KlDDKlt, on the outside printed age. He bus jst returned from Now York, and has country, from whom alone the genuine articles can be ;
,.:\ 1J''l't\.1\1' \ '1'tI M'jl1e. ,'e SLln* twr.npper. received per briSomersclt dircu from that place a had. amid to guard the more effectually against the impositions I shall be completed, a plat thereof shall be returned i
colours '
: .rjcr,,: \lIt.h 1 1J''oatbHIt'I y ol bui.ucti, (ncw A CERTAIN CUItEiO'jj-jJ ITCH gci cral assortment: uf 1'iU and winter GOODS, coi.sisliii .- of unauthorised_ venders; he has instructed I ta the Secretary of the Treasury, and '

i--, .1)111) '1ew'; Muaelio, 4rulen.io 'v1iER I inyeterate in liour }; of the following A rtid! t-, \i tSupcr :- his agents in Boston New York, Philadelphia, and within six months thereafter, the lots shall be ,
;,'k,) II one application, blue, black, green, drab, and adehiid! DroadChvlis. Baltimore, to make -no salts to merchant and others ;
: stuffs and oJia.j offered tho bidder ,
sdtltn) ami a variety IIf pantaloon frios' no danger f from taking ctld by using Duni- of the Medicines to be carried South,for salt again. I to highest at public sale, :

SlX' : wi 1LtiZ Im1sllII ,JI.cl't r and Irish linen, safety Ot imtmnent.! 'This preparation, for pleasantness! Do. double milled Cnssimeresf diflorcnt! colours. Lare quantities of a pernicious article in imitation of under the direction of tho President of the i .

l-'ltv rauzt and groVe nap sJtlwl;, )led for the expedition of ,this case and certainty, stands unrival An t$3ortIllCl1t1's>unir fc'attiutt.vlOCpieecsul'NegroKcfacyj.LitioPVs the genuine Mixture have been manufactured by Lu- United States, and at such other limos as he I : '
I
and covc-ucis cure troublcaotne
complaint.! 1ti ia
f ) (.iitUirr: ::, Odgiru so \ and Fustuns.Kr.glibh club S. CornM.ock & Co. of New 'rkJlOl.l sent'to the shall think Provided That r
} / I lapid, alt well certain : no town
in proper
its
and as
fc5U ladie jilou: belt Ulting, operation, as to cure this : French, and Atnciuv.n Smith :
Prints. sale The
Rowland
: for name insteadof Rowaml t
belt! 1 d rceaUiedisorder most iu hour's lot shall be sold for a sum less than five dol-! !
clasjss, effectually one Panted !ins
iles'flshi,1\Ill"lc: ap u Fancy iShawh, Hand kerchiefs,and is on tIe bottles of the imitation. The genuine 0'
t
L Sl\.l''' I.MIA handKoich fs aid cambucs, plication It does only contain! Si 'icr Pongees, Lustung and Fancy Silks aiucle may be had of the following persons, who ure lars : and provided, further, That a quantity ':.

\.II.IIj'J; .. ((- ..uuonsir.. ic.tc.. etc. other net the least particle of mercury, or tics.Ready lfc ciily Jgents in vltis part Florida and Georgia of proper width, on the river banks at the town :
ia.IV.MADECLO1'111NG, dang rous ingredient and may l>applid with undo Clothing &c.; Cotton Ungping.fiOtl E. Bainard jr. &co. General Agent Tallahassee {
ofiert-Madison Belleview DuBuque
! and maJc ta order hi the l 1 st perfect safety by females Burlington, :
! variety, pregnant or to children ut ; brown .
111 alltUir, the breast pieces hlcachcd.plaiJ} il sniped Domes- William Kerr & Co., Thomasville, tho :
j "I'. ?ind Peru, and running with aaid 4 r
th'.f :01 Bale, black AVool
beaver
(l1 : J Rope; castor, drab, and James C. Ecclcs Cluincy,
1 tt UW,'AUli, cutlery, JI|,intentpDCKctiiiles: percus- I'ricc 37 l-2centsaiox, with ample directions. I Hats. ., Kerr & Stingos, St. Marks, rivers the whole length of said towns, shall bu I '

J 'J)!IIllU W .w" PI.10h, Oullms axes. hatchets, etc. KfTo the Ladies !OI A few dozen Walchonc Bonnets. Thomas Alexander, Hickstown, reserved from sale, (us hall also the public :

o.viJDLUiy.mT saddles While and sound Teeth, are both .lU-nrnameiu, and a1essing. I 500 pair Russctt Brogun Shoes. Darius Williams &Co., Monticello, squares) for public use, and lemam forever : '
t1'pf.l\cntudiy English 500 pair Kipped Bro :in Shoes. J. I 1). .
< The best security for their nd'anLis be Carpenter, Mickasooky.The
to
rwiteinartiMgttUsf! ar.: saddic bags, : for public use, as for public highways, and (for ; r.
iiUlswid Gentlemen's und Ladies "NVaSKin '
jJ found in tho use of the ? Shoes. label of E. Barnard jr. co. will be on all the
four 11"/-C wa.O,1; .lu-u, comI. te, BRITISH ANTISEPTIC DENTIFRICE. I 250 pair Negro Blankets large Ruse Blankets, &c. bottles sold by the above agents. other public uses. t h; 1

,i harness, all nude tu order .d by the best of This elegant Tooth Powder, with a very little use I Old Cognac Brandy Jamaica Rom, Holland Gin. Tallahassee, July 7lh, 1R37. 48tf Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That it .: : :t

tll1CI1. eredictites the scurvy in the gums, und the Rectified Whiskey, Wii'cs, Teas, aivl} TUlt1NG absence 1 have appointed L. B. of the said class 't '*
1)jl') 'fcfc SHOES, bats caru, whips, canes, cotton prevents accumulation Cuba, St. Domingo, and Jamaica Coffee.With my shall be the duty surveyor to *
: of Tarter which not only blackens but .1b Harbour, Lsqr. of Monticcllo, and attorney
combs.Fl'MEIlV my agent .
biuihuound
fciuJ. umlll I'II:1S, of the lots already surveyed! III the said towns Itf ; '
and articles tin loosens the teeth, and accelerates their decay.rfhe an assortment Cutlery Crockery, and in fact, to transact all my business. I
;' : 'hidavuflcjy, ; : ol 'ancy Dentritice thus removes the prevailing causes of offensive Hollow Ware, &c. 47 JOHN M. PALMER. Fort Madison, Burlington Belle view, Jn 't,:
For tale low on .
atul *aie. ;
SIOIIL With other articles mention.I '
; ".Irc".It'1"'ry brsalh. preserves the healthiness and floridness of many too tedious to Duque, Peru, and Mineral Point, into three i
usual1.tlllls I,) All of which will be sold low CASH OTICE. Ellis is authorized
f -
till the and renders the >r or approved Sylvanus my duly
LTXDRNRRRGRR.UHEUMATlijM. gums teeth beautifully white. to the relative value there- '
G. 11. & 1f. classus* according
Credit. the' ,
411 Price 50 cents.NOTICE Country Merchants can be supplied 1.- agent for transaction of business duvin my
.
Ul lBUr J.'OJl TO at a small advance on the Nw York prircs. absence from the Territory. RUFUS FLETCH'1R.TallahasseeJuly of, on account situation and eligibility for I t'> .
ROAD
I: fllfin excruciating pain-the decrepitude and defor- ENGINEER CONTRACTORS. The subscriber will[ advance, mid ship Cotton to 2d 1836. 47 business, without regard, however, to tho improvements t,
OFFICE Pensucola
L A tnll't1i" prematirc old age, which are the 4th 1SU6.: July New York or Charleston, S. C. lIe will purchase made thereon and previous to I I t
i laity -Sealed Proposals will be received at this Cotton and the highest market UR1NG my absence from the territory EDNOXUBROOKF. ; ,
j ualattendaupuf: .lie disci!dor are ulYeiud ill thf hy cfticccv ma office until the loth day of August next, for opcning give ALEX. FuK.MY[ prices.JJUV AL. B VASS,-will act as my legally authorized the sale of said lots, as aforesaid, each and 'Ii

j.-nin despair! of a cure, orili-ajipuiiitnuiu antidote's to eilectlto.jiurriose. -. the 1st Division of the Road authorized by the act of September 5, 1835. 4-tf attorney. 428w FARO. MACRAE. every person or p rs.ng, .r his, her or' their 'I l r .
pretended
if the. numerous Congress :
< approved the 30th of June 1834
to -
; Uuttli 'e who Lu: 'e made a fair tiial of be day legal representative, who shall have heretofore: : .
cut out fiom the Northern boundary of I'Jorida, [BY AUTHORITY.
I.
DR. JEUS CKLEIHIATED LINIMENT by Marianna, to thc town of Appalacliicola, within obtained from the agent of the United States, '.11' t'

f ninci: >es
ikiurtcr; li.iurLr -ivfutOitaiu' niot'! and IIID11Y havt The said First Division commences at the town ol towns, or who shall have, by building or enclosure i ":-

;-iicinfili.i :i ft i y. "11..e1t :1 houi!>! as :i nutnin Appalachicola, and extends by n route which has been **>?-__. fc JL _*r yt1*, i ;
l..rdJJI .',1j11o} t i! jMinj :1141 l \iciiity, \\ho ,vcrt for distinctly marked out by the blazing of trees, to a point 1 1I -: actually occupied or improved a-y: i

miSErly mit.'tI.h\: llhi-i.niati-uu: !; have \ ci,y fu1y! tcsti wheie the said route intersects the road now running I 1I lot ui lots in the said towns, oruhia the ':: M.;

"s-A. CfrtHicat CUrlIl 1&11'\o"I.-.1Ol: of the l'r Jllie from the head of St. Andrew Bay to 3Iariar.na, a 1 I tracts of land hereby authorised to bo bid off t .1 li j C ,

_. Mr jiriniujrltn. ; tn>>:: t.lltui.: i und! Mn-pn.Miig cures tvi distance uf SO miles. inte lots, shall bo permitted to purchase sucti
i 1"I'JhsOI! tins-1 .jiowcJui I l.i.MMI.Vr 1 ;i in a..co':1. For '.he couvenicncc of persons disposed to bid for .
thcr fnr in cash if thij
i ,::,ii r 111'11I\1"' ; .:;)),,1ItllIs:: ; I tad m ultHily t failed. tc: opening of this Dixisioo, it wiU be divided into lot or lots by paying 411.
four sections fall within the first class as sforc&aiu, :.t '
3 I 1)1. Jii'lU i'S ]KVKVATLU and bids will be received and considered same ..
t:,,' 0110 or inuie complete sections, as foil,'ws, viz :- the rate of forty dollars per acre ; if within t
: ,
,!cts-.ror .. .'!in--1 1 r.voriv: q immediate! rasp anc'ii'hf. :
: The Firs.1 Sectioi will extend from AppalachiroU to LOWS of the United Slates passed at the first second class at the late of doIla d m ,
011) \'l'.t >oit it tj-. I'K'cf.-ci\ : i is tIIutt sail! .:;. the the twenty
point vvhcic the route as t.aikcd ou' : int:r.ecls
,
iv -\\lien; t tlio: cuniplan.i; hu" tct'n of) ears standing lac :t. Joseph's Hail Road, distance ii2J uics.( Session. -liccnhj-fourlh. .Congress. per acre ; if within the third class, at-the rat.i p t

.vil.us'iin:cxrw.lai; lu-i! c.i .ti.lhe iuo-,1 uacxpecteii.nl The: Second inction will extend from mite turminaii A FULL supply of Landrctl .' superior: garden, ---- often dollars per acre : Provided, That nu J t1
Jiu lu lnuiul! tee uncoflliii JSLhcrband dower seeds rec'-u-fi tnll! med Public No. 54.]
in
tJ'! .Mrajt'4i-'Ild > :: : of just warn [ ,
as one of the permitted \1'
had! ti il.d. fresh by ..H. PKUivLNS.Dec. persons
4',I'C WMr.; allll'J; 'uicr nmudy: Maaj.V.,0 ; j certain Banksin ,
out, cioses the cast .tim of it. Andrews' Bay dUl- An Act to extend the charters i
of ,
this
I.uu.' \ I 1UV,; UMjlJ It, j lUliUUIlCO It the lest ptU JOth; 1S35. 30tf to purchase, by authority section, ;
: 1'J) miles
aii'-c more or less. Columbia and for other
the District of
'j I'l1J""liJ,' tiio" couijilaul.-tlicy: have ever met with, Tho Third Section will extend from thccasL arm of --- ... more than one acre oIgrc'idto embrace improvements : : ':.

l1.cl laIlJ ta CUM%>- ol-Mrci.L:>i tr lluuj.ioi ol'luiij! ; Si.: Andrews' Bar, pursuing the route marked out, to purposes. already made. ; .
.:au&iu::. 1'rico'_;:' t:. iit- a iiovJe.; f" .
House
and ol
bench mark the Senate
nuuiuer C3, upon a tree distance2U mie! > )>o it enacted, by And bo it f further enacted That tlio }
Sec. 3.
:o.i<* ar; ; fijuinc IIh/ si;nul! on tlm) out "\110 less. ,

lrln1t.dTajc'r, ; ;: uv.. tl.eoj! : projniolor' T. KIDlJI'Uti.tiJuUc in-re The or Fourth Section will extend from the termination 4- --: Representatives of the United States of America .; sum of three thousand dollars bo,and the same .; f.i. ,

'p. ] ; I': Cl'I."OI". iiu late Dr. \\'. T. CoiiwayIVr of in Congress assembled, That the charter bo of i .
action paid
three, to the point where thevouteasmarked is hereby appropriated, ta out any ft.
suV-a; t.H t.l'\W\W"! Itouhl.lI'J' Court of the several banks herein enumerated, namely .
out, intersects the road which now rins from in the Treasury not otherwise :
,I .'II\1..,11 ar Jotiuor:: liall, Uosiu.J, .I.d al.-o hy Jiis f,1'c. the head of cSt Al1 lewa'llay to Marianna, distance : the Union Bank, and Farmers and Me. money appropriated r. C., t
the of ,
: i
t:1 11 ::.l.1.dl Dr:I""j i.l. to defray expenses surveyi; -; f"
al'l''ItI
:
miles ..
I'J mire or Ie! the Bank ol, "
i ::'.. BAH:XAIinJr.it 1 Co..ii.ilii.M'v. In opening this roads contractors will be tired to chanics Bank of Georgetown ; the lauds covering the towns of Fort Madison, 4 ; !t.... I

-_.J'1. :-I JJ.ircii!: I 1.:.: .h.I-l_ .___(,\'> ;: rnifn- ,-.-,. -'W.'J si rirlu I trtdown .- t,lP.v .1.,1 .n''rlr.....", iiiit w., req.,,.,,_' In. ,"tj the Metropolis, Potriotic Bank of Washington .l' Burlington, Belluview, Du Buque! Peru, md l ; \.;.. .
.. .. .. .. --- -- : irc:; in the city ol I
i '... -.. .,.1o.p'1.fi.'tC1_. _t'". ,.-; tven with the surface ofthegruuidsll!1 and Bank of Washington, Mineral Point.Appreved .
Jf""I'
k .'" r''r.. "" 'I"2, stumps, bushes, and other impediments, 1 ftl! a width Washington; ; and the Farmers Bank of Alexandria t
: ; ;
.t'IJ .__ ..._ .I i July 2d, 183S. ; .
of JU feet where the soil in those _
is ami firm }Ut
T dry he, ana mu saint aio t..o..n1.. r.vt.t.Jej .
.
r > tiiii.ol) (1,1'; :.v,-: t! < .i< j. iu.MA.Mi.iiic; *. !il.r !t.., -uio uf t.iat; ( ':.isj. of m invctiu'.u plncis whtrc the .soil ;is wet, marshy, or sjongy, requiring till tao fourth day of July, eighteen hundred I [PUBLcL:1N.J f F .

DI '::I S."'. Irtt.lut _.I: han_ u.ipuiu .1111 cf the a free exposure to the bUll, the wjilh cleared I I.
1 us above bpccifiud; will be GU feet, and in al cases the and thirtv-cight. An act for the payment of cerlii companiesof S r: .
tliKid: auJ.I J ,
\::::mt'm t i.t; uf .idy, and usually oAhibLngll.utuix.l'.iK : "
timber bushes downs well all JAMES K. POLK, militia Missouri and Indiana ior :
I : : ii< tit fuuiiout i* ."ofulu Salt Rheum, stumps, etc. cut as I the i 4
Limosy, it. Anthony s i'liu l-'ctoi isoiod (even when other impediments, must be removed to a listancc of I i Sneaker of the House of Representatives. services rendered against the Indians in I r

t i lh: t liuiics; an: j.lirctwd.Vliilo SivclIinfiVif( "itliedwiilil at road least ItJ feet outside und from die mai'gin of the W. n. KING, eighteen hundred and thirty-two. ;. :

;f: ue 1r.kqjtu> Ji'liliVL.iiiiMiiit! f 4 i j ,

L .co.lulic) i.ut, l'uiipj; tor ,;bunded 1'acus.bcuivy fcslonugeuiiiiun wide, will bo 17 miles, amid! will be duttibaled\, follows PREPARED( Baltimouwhich may Le Approved July 2d, 1836. Representatives of the United States of America t: .

f : >, aid v mrial taints, llH ughout time body, ''I viz :Within the lot t section, II mile ; within lI.ke1with ]>erfert safety by all 'h':: & in all diicatcs -DREW' JACKSON. in Congress assembled, .That the Secretary -
'\:',:ch Ja-t: < H.-i;h.' jit t.cz4 tile 'ld section, 5i miles ; within the Sdso.ction seven its cure arc fur ihe following1 di&eaffo :Dyspcp-sin, I ---_ ,
d.'i.ji* < ':n cuie \\ ir.crcuyw'ib. ofr ar, be, and he hereby i is, auliiotisc-d I 1
wiles within tIle 4th sectionUmiles. The localities Inli nnationof the Stomach 55.
._ T.iiy me ;jo ti.o uc"t ',0 (I Autuniti.and .- ; Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, I PeBLICNO. ]
t"Jnall will be specified when the contracts conclude Heart Burn Dirnchu. Fi i.Pilts\ and directed to ascertain the sums .severally- It.:
1. &.c ') i'Jr; cieai .e thc bytma ftem humour ire : Dybui.u-y or > An Act to regulate the terms of the Sttperioi l
\ ldll Person oticiin will state their terms per mile, for Fistula, Obstructed Munsuratitin, A nliLl !fever, dae to those persons who periorm-jd duty i.tcwnpanic.
'lul.h ; tli llmce of the :
.etstfl$
4" 1J'lJtr year. the bo cleared 30 feet wide and also those lliuus Fever Scarlet Courts .f the Middle District ef Florida, f !
t. L" 'I I:01 ai1: !I I.!p.'III"I .sS 01 dig..tioim, .ml 1, t by purll"wg portions to n or Remittent F .ver, Tyfiuj :; cemmanded by Capiaiiw S:iiu
1 10 tlie.(1, 1'fClIt I h. SCCIttmOfl 1)1' 11Ia I igllaut humour, to be cleared, GO feet wide, and bids miy be made for Fever, Small Pox, Erysipcl.is! St. Anthony's! Fire, and for other purposes. | Crawford George Wall! und JHathew P. t !, 4
I ',:' ie lu:.:,. 't'i{, proprietor confidently relics "ne or more complete sections, but no )iid will be received AsthmaPlciinsy, Measles, Yellow Fe\crC.tivencss Be it enacted by tho Senate and House of ,
';..1a; ,t nuniiH'r, of surprising cuies: effected by thesenut upon for part. of u section. The length of each section Wind on the Stomach or bowels, Cholera Morbus, ofthe United States of America -( Long, of the militia of Missouri, and ia ths l j i

tlj'' ul.I) in Uo, tui: and Ua vicinity,hut through- will, be, carefully measured when hc clearing is Consumption, Influenza, CoMs, Coughs, Inllamati. t u Representatives company Captain D. Silor, of[ tho miht.u. 1 for
.t i-i* (OhM. S lor the Lest proof oftheir excellence as finished, and the,amount of woik conputed accord- of the chest Palsy, Gout, Rheumatism, Infiarr.atory in Congress assembled, That an act entitled Indiana, for the prolcctiou of the frontijof : -, -

.II, iMJmajjtiivi; : ;alive tnedie.ne.in all the cases above ingly. No payments will be made tntil the work sore throat Croup IniUinatiou of the heart, Drupsy, "an act to alter nnd change the terms of the Indians and i I .: t
those States t
'tti.d i ; i ,Tins article: has recently iwen pronounced shall have been inspected by the undesigned, or one Rickets, Diseases of the Liver, Jaundice, DifCculty tha Superior Court far the Middle District of against ; > I IL
in-ni'iii' ; )' cLu:' ihe: fir"t .chcLabiIIty i whu had wit- of his assistants, and been found to accord with these of making Urine, Gleet, Hysterics, Nervous & Srro- ihe Governor and Legislative cause them to be paid for the time they \vcivi I

"", '1'f '.j n. ":1'1'1.1.; c .:;;uy, as citiv.id! In I his opin specifier'Jons.Persons i fulous afl'octiuns of the members and liiuments, Mer- Florida, passed by actually cn:a ud in said service in the } cr u 4 tf4 -

'0,10 tai,:1J,,: 1. .tJ 0;. all die popular articles knowntn unknown to the undersigned, will Le expected I curial and Veneral diseases, Ulcers, :\Ailcetatious. Council of said Territory, and approved eighteen hundred and thirty-two, at the: ral-r, 0; t

M Ilu:alJuC( :II IJ.i"b" :h h1IPJmflt" UJ testimonials of their character und ability\ to performthe &c. Price per bottle ;-. I. is and according to principles .
pat-he so
cstha and the hereby approved,
I VII througliuuUht: country six, be, same ,'
1 1' .. .- work. Communications mail will be attended the simihtr! services rendered: t3! e
::4 1 :.ill..r b Luuc r.'iojmy by This medicine has a powerful! edict as a Spring and interfere with the terms of payment
I -I t to. JAMES D. GRAHAM, Fall Purifier, i in those whose cuiisliiutioiib roijuirc i I far as it does net United States ; for the purpose of eJfecliii;: P
A. LCL 3 ,:1.STIl\L\TIC 2.. ILLS U. S. T. K. directed to be holden in the county .4
Major nourishment and new vijor ; such! persons would be I the court which the sum of four th/nu-and three hundred
.rt 111.lc: .tI.tio.1 t J thcji. till.chi :ldII"i"tnatiol1; wiJl.Jaliy Proposals} for bridging, ditching, and causeways, much bencfitted by using two or liuee botltts, which Franklin, which has been annexed to the out of II
4'u!.rt a tiItI1Uui: uf thee rJ orGcrs: and gen- will be invited when appropriations for these objocu may be taken without regard to drink or diet. Many Middle District. dollars is hereby appropriated, any

I' -lectacui.!! 'Tilt! J'iils are aBoai.! easy and ef- shall be authorized. J. D. G. persons: are diseased tor the want of blood leI; jittrified. said if money in the Treasury not otherwise appro tl
That
J't.U.imjieJv: I i"" thc ,) utptomsprccecdingand, accom- ICyThe Tallahassee Floridian, St. Joseph's Telegraph Thousands of persons arc iestroyingthcirconstitutiousby Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, priated. l t

'I 1. j-snving-. ; the Ahtlima.! ami CoiihUnijrtion.! For Cold and Appalachicola Advertiser, will insert the neglecting to upply u proper remedy ; to in any prosecution for piracy, or any other Approved July 2d, 183... 1 i:
""ttw. d.ivulty!;: of liix-rttliii ti 'htucstiaadhtrictuv; above till August the 15th ana forward their accounts such the Panacea, will i I I be more li'im: double: valuable criminal ollbnce against the laws of the United # _

f' (::,:jll Mht'd.ctVI :e/.iug. p.uu i in the: hide, Setting payment. 49DU.HUNTEJt as u certain and effectual ":I allS of rctorin11111 to States, or ot_ the Territory u. ot_ Florida, u [PUBLIC- %-O. 55.] --
'
t.oo) .z ";a 'of disorderi.iii which: the |-urchr.ser of Dr. Ite'.le'c! ; j from Scorbutic Affect ion which exliibiivariou. symptoms I shall be found impracticable ebtain a sufficient An act for the continuation of the Cumberlairl 1

|!'"b w;., l.v1 f.11a lich return for) thc,r trilling expend 1f Wr1lCnta ix'cB CUC lljmU1 c as Eruptions, Ulcerations, Dcbaity, Lossot Appetite number of Jure rs, fur the trial of any Road in the States of Ohio, Indiana i..::1 1
Jute. the use of Dr. liuuter's inestimable$ PiUs, poisons all Iron blond with said crimicalotTiinccs '
and Digestion, arising impure charged Illinois.'S
I or
Person persons
tty-XoLf- s.. i!nuiu.Mjalos.! hi-'nod the Senate
in the
Directions Be it enacted
valuable and by
accompanying
-
rrr.te'riiJ'l'u( ly \\MHU\V\ \ |ia'i.iietor, T. KDHIll.i ( very plan, copious the greatest iujury to the constitution. Panaci-a :.s re-
mldlntt''U'f'C them, are enabled etTectually to eradicate a Florida it shall bo lawful l for the Judge to send 01 the United State of Anvrica : -
i r !!Qr1.11 iSio late I Hr. \\r. T. CON WAV.- commended\ all seasons of the p .r, and in particular Representatives
:r\llc! at JIN Counting !QIUI. over No. UD Court CEUTA1N DISEASE, and to restore lost health, [ as u nrcvet.tative from. all t i ea&cs in warm climates said person or persons, with the indictment in Congress assembled. That the sum of t i 1

( trl.'tt. .Itlr Concert Hall Uo ,ton, and aIi> by his bin* wit ease, safety, and certainty in a few d\ys. and those persons, when diseases are prevalent, by and other papers, tto the Eastern or MidJle two hundred thousand dollars! be, ar.d ih-t
I 'laI31'Ii! &,..ej-t, by 1. JJAltNAKl) Jr. oc Cu.Druggi.t. uTTThe extensive sale and unexampled liuccessofthis I taking the Panacea three or four times a wee!;,or''threeor
Medicine in this and other cities, and principl I' four table spoonful's when gfiin to bed, and the District for trial, and to take recognizancesfrom same is hereby appropriated!, for the purp.!

1I.1h.t'jp". I'Vlruarv J R. II' towns throughout the Union, for the last fifteen_years- person may fear no apprehension of buns; attacked the witnesses to appear in the said eastern continuing the Cumberland Road in i 1"v5 9

To during which it was satisfactorily prepared Dr. Com I with the Cholera, Yellow Fever, or any other disease, or middle district, in the same manner as state of Ohio ; that the sum of t\vo hunl .;--t t
t those -l afiiictcd that when used with the IN .
witii Corns.'Jlllj.celolinited way incontes ibly prove this medicine is a valuable restorative of the rvstcu in districtof thereby
: i i : JECT1ON })O\V DEllS. it effect a thorough and as the constitution anti caabiinj: he is empowered by law to do the and fifty thousand dollars be, and the arne i t:1:
Albion invigorating
Corn 1'Jastci alfordsinstantteV ) thereby
dreadful disorder denominated tho which he is the judge. for continuing the Cumberland 3
of that
aid at the' talnc time dissolves and draxva speedy cure it to bear the debilitating ilfccis of all climates ; it is appropriated, 1
Corn'cut 11)' the "t!, without the least pain. Scourge of the Human Race. conveyed by the circulating lluiils, and cot reels their Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That ai Road in the State of Indiana, inch-vL-: '

tiir CiLT1kcAT..r; tLobe aflhcted with Coroi on *: The FILLS J : are accompanied, when the case requires tendency to all those diseases which originate in vitiated act to amend the act entitledAn act incorporating ing mateiials for erecting a bridge across the ,

1W": cct. do Crlif-v, that I !iavc used LIlt Albion Corn CERATE it, with these the constitute INJECTION most powerful POWDERS medicine and blood! diseased liver, depraved appetite, or predisposition the town of Appalachicola approved Wabash river ; rod that tho sum of one hutul- :
WJt" ,
r. ;
of the Iun
CUII111dc' Heforo I had used to affections s. -
iI,:"co'"A"-dy' ;cured success.u Curn which had troubled one me applicable to the various stages of this Proton dieor It resembles, in point of taste and flavour, a rich twelfth of February, eighteen hundred and red and fifty thousand dollars be, and tho

f* rn n
th&Qlictcd with that painful: complauu. explaining the various symptom, the mode ot taking mercury, in any way, should have recourse to seat ef the county Franklin," passed'J anu- the Cumberland Road in the State ot Illinois; ,
,
I na M"S.; .I. treatment, accompany each box, so that persons ot this medicine. In the decline cf ,
bottles of
I > Feh.23. \V1\I. SH.V.aAlc.,5Uccntsabox. either core themselves. one or two fourteenth, and appreved January, seventeenth which sums shall be paid out of any money 4 I
: sex roar life when the has been impaired by excess, ary .
i or system
,
!I1 None'are genninne unless signed on the outsideneau.n (Price of the Pills 'la box; the Injection Powder it nourishes, strengthens and suppuits i it :-it is not eighteen hundred and thirty six, be, not otherwise appropriated, and replaced out J

r1lltcd.wrapper 1>l by the soc' proprietor, T. KIDDER, and Cerate 50 cent each.) presuming too far to add, that it actually prolongs life. und the same are hereby annulled.Sec. of the fund reserved for laying out and making -

pot successor to the late Dr. W. '1'. Cos WAY.- ID": Prepared (torn the original Recipe in MS. uf This Panecca has been introduced to the public! for 4. And be it further enacted, That so roads under the direction of Congress, by.
mile the late Dr. W. T. Coif WAT, by hU immediate Suneaasor -
at hu Counting Room No. m Court short time and has receivjcd more testimonials in its
$: over a the of the Legislative Council as for tho admission ofthe
eet much of act several acts passed
T. KIDDER .
and the Sole Proprietor, o the
near than other
"' Concert Hall, OIi'tOll, and aUo hy his fivour for its efficacy, in so short a lime, any
i I"appomtmcnt| by .(No. 4)) whom they may be had at his Counting Room in medicine ever discovered, and its naiue at horns and directs a Superior Court for the southern Judicial States of Ohio, Indiana, und Illinois and 1

T ], HARVARD: Jr. 1- Co DIUH.CUST. Chamber oyer No. 99, next door to J. KIDDER'S abroad, will induce hundreds, aye, thousands to apply district, at Irdian Key, be, and the Missouri into the Union on an equal fooling .

: IJIL! ; ,"8fe. Feb. ou J laad,. :w if Drug Store corner of Court and and also Hanover hid Streets fi>r it, to reap the true virtue thereof.: seme i is hereby annulled. with t the original States : Provided, That the -
tE.f'S Concert Hall Boston by appoin
near bu made to impairthe I
J AROMATIC PILLS FOR FE .Notwith tan m attempts may mada
\LtJS.-lhcy : all those other valuable! Modi Approved 2d July, 1826. of the appropriation herein
with
purify the Blood quicken circuatn went (together confidence of the public in the el.lcay and cura- expenditure _u -. i _i
gcnerll; t the liuspcnded l operations of nature, and are cines, a* prepared by the late Dr. CONwAY,) by hlc povcr of I this medicine it will go on tu conquer --' [UDLlC-No. 56.J for the state of Illinois shall be limited to tao

the; remedy 'or he tirex ailing complaints among E. BARNARD Jr. & Co., (No.C.) disease, relieve the aluictcd, and cam for itself the good AH Act tor laying off the towns of Fort Madio graduation and bridging of the road therein,
ft'1I1Jc l Urt of lioclcty.-The 1'ills particularly DRUGGIST. opinion of thousands and tens of thousands. Already '. Congress
are pledging
m1lcaciio Heart I II the lireen id\ne"/II. Palpitation of the TllnahR tA(. June 22, 1835._::30t1.tJu it has earned for itself a name which da,';ardiy: attacks son and Burlington, in the County of Des and shall not bo construed as
the :
) ,, r.j IdI,1'l'' Sli0rt Breath. Sinking of the Sjiirtv : 1 ICli.); -All persons indebted to the subscriber cannot reach ; that such i.s the fact, the numberof :Moines, und the towns of Belleview, Du I! to future appropriations for purpose

tv.' larried IJCt'lon; bud imcliiiatjoa to Kxcirisciiud; SneicPtia _1 or the lafi firm of II. A. Pierson i & Co. Lire hereby h-.ttcis in posbossion mnst fully satisfy the most incredulous Buqtte, und Peru, in the county of DuBuque 'rof r McAdamizing the same.

Lidies will llnd llie 1>lls! equally useful ex earnestly solicited to cult and settle tlteir accounts ; and were it necessary, there cu'dd be obtained Territory Wisconsin, and for Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the

V ,t.'n. case, of l'r(>.rnaucv, when they must not beta"wsihey or notes with John Ray, Esqr. in whoso hands 1 have numerous testimonials UIIJCI the sanctity of the appropriated.for the construction -
1l C2IiCr : l he taen! by nervous of I hectic placed my business) on my leaving l for the North, and oaths of those who, after suiicring the most acute and other purposes. moneys hereby Ohio and
I OfCUUIumntitn ial"ls' 10 lljt> duly authorized my agent during my absence. long protracted illness, have been entirely icstorcd to Be it cnacted by the Senate and House of of the said road in the states of

I X LSO.-T14.o| celehiated CUI .bril11 Tooth Ache 47 ._It. HALSEV. health, butit docs not enter into the comprehension of Representatives of the United States ef America Indiana, be expended in completing greatest -
wLlch
, JII I inii .//flv* l1U1l1cdlato relief without the least lC i.-The subscriber has on consignment 500) many. how it is 1pssibte1or botanic medicine to cllect in Congress assembled, That the tracts ol( possible continuous portion of said road in
tb, ,,.1 w U lh. On trial thi3 \illlJ ) found one ofI NUT of corn, which lie will sc'l'! low for cash. such wonders in the healing art, ilS experience has that such tinished parts '
cent, IL remedies luowl1 for this complaint. Price GO; by the quantity, or approved paper due the first day pioved then competent to peifoun, bin such arc tie hind in the Territory of Wisconsin, includingthe the said states, so said
tho
Il" of January next. Those wishing to purchase will do facts that they cannot be denied. towns Fort'Madison and Burlington, i in thereof may bo surrendered to slates,

I ted IJ l1e 18 bcnume" ullle' !!s s. ned on the outside priu- well to call and examine for themselves ; 4 miles north The above medicine can be obtained of G. H. & r. the county of Des Moines Belleview, DuBuque respectively. *

I 1U\VapJ1fr.lty: the Wle |'roi'ricio 'r. KIDDKRsuccessor of the St. Augustine road, on this side of the Ocilla E. LINDE UEltGElt, Monroe trc' t, Tallahahseo! and Peru in the county of Du Buque ; Approved, July 2d, 1636.i .
te ,
tu tho Jatc Dr. \V. T. Comvay, river.WJw) D.\VIDSCOTT. Florida, with! proper directions for using it. 4a




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c : '\ act making appropriations f'orthe ,For the removal of the fherokces and for I| in the clevents ariiclh of said treaty, one hundred try. between the points proposed t .
t
f t.1; ., Academy) of the United States for Militaryr spoliations, according to the third article .of!j and fifty dollars. FLOR1DIAN : ted wften the news disturbances r in

I : eighteen hundied and thirty-six. the supplementary treaty with the Cherokees, i!. For expenses Ittending the conclusion of 6 i\mA" 1tuh hurried him back to the Territory, 'd..rt4t

;' He it enacted by the Senate and House ol fiof I I he,first.of March one thousand eight hun the treaty at Washington, according the 12th Volunteer, tendering all be had to tD Lr
JULY
k Representatives
f in Congress assembled That the following -' lars. i dred and three dollars and twenty five cents. of Jim Henry'sband campaIgn, which terminated so disait
I j On the 2d inst the remnant
P ...4 ;: sums be, and the same ale hereby appropriated For carrying: into effect the stipulations *>fi ror transportation and other incidental expenses -. discovered by the for the country, and many who were eMoUsJ'
; to be paid: out of any money in the the fourth article of the treaty concluded with ; in executing said treaty, two thousand i as is uppoced, was in it. ca35ed

i 4 ?t Treasury not otherwise appropriated* for the the Ottawa and Chippewa nations of Indians, dollars. Lownds county, Ga. Voluntceis, who chargedon At the clo-e of the campaign hea recti,

J support of iho Military Academy, Cot the year |j tWenty eighth March, and an article supplenientary -j' Provided, however That no part of the above them immediately.-Twelve Indians were t tuna pressing call t from the Staufof South C

.:: one thousand eight hundred and thlrt!- HX, viz: : thereto, the thirty first of March, one appropriation for carrying into effect the found dead and it is supposed that several L to act as Chief Engineer in the .

i -1 For pay of the officers, cadets, and musician thousand eight hundred and thirty six, viz ; ;i treaty with the Chippewas and Ottawa, shall more were Jvillec, but were concealed in the ton and Cincina'i Rail Road, and to com ,

f ; .tol 4 ?, tith'- ix thousand: and twelve dcllars. For the annuity in specie, thiity thousand ; be drawn from the Treasury except what maybe thickets and watr.At the work exploration! and surrey, _h he
f
; t.ck:. For subsistence of otncers and cadets, third. dollars. )i necessary for the expenses of collecting had previously commenced. This IMt\'

: ty nine thousand: rive hundred and sixt\vsix 'I For education, teacher, and expenses mciI !I I and subsisti"g the Indians, and for the ejc. a subsequeit search on the field of battle mont, so honorable! to himf he df'clined!'! f'1'"lut.
t
.a t.l\lIars. !{!I dental thereto, five thousand Hollars. ;;: penses of concluding the treaty, heretofore incurred i in which the rave volunteers of Thomas ..cepting, until returning to the neb'aoor! Ie.

: For forage officers' horses, one thousand I |; For missions three thousand dollars.t ; and to enable a commissioner to pro- j county I distinguished themselves, of which we ', of his residence, he could be convinced tha

t 4 ;I.: one hundred and fifty-two dollars. I t. For agricultural implements, cattle, tnt" (-'t'd to MkSilimrirkinac! for the purpose of;, gave an account last week, several additional I proper arrangements bad been mad t ti f0r T1 t ti
,
.i.: ." -" For clothing of officers servants, three!.I rhauic's tools and such other objects as the '' examining the claims of the half bleeds, until dead Indians were found, making in all twen- i security! of the frontier, and that hi3. owBDT
;: r '. Lanured and thirty dollars. I President deem thousand of the said I Indians shall be I sence was not necessary for
0 .' .' may proper, ten dow! the assent given I j t-fi\'e.-It is supposed that upwards: of thirty such sec"
t ': For of the Board of He did[ not leave Florida but ?*'
defraying: the expenses lars. to the rhanic! : proposed by the resolutivn oti I occasion several wee: under a ptrf
'. ". .; Visitor at West Point two thousand dollar >vaccine matter, medicines, and seiviccs :- tne C'n.lh' Arrangements; may be mad3 under were killed on that as i conviction, that he could render no uiitanca
.
: ..,". ,. For :arrearageof! ine same in eighteen hundred of Physicians, three hundred dcll.irs. ;iI the direction of the President for paying } known to be shot in a poad in which thoy had bv rem lining, and with injunction to h

t':. .. and thirty four and eighteen hundred and I L For provisions two thousand doilars. to !the Indians the money and goods as sojnas taken refuge end wer carried down by ihe: 1; zcnts to notify: him of events, SbOuidany! o :

;:,f;; b :'. thirty five, throe hundred and eighty two dol. ,. For six thousand: five hundred pounds of their assent to SIh change is given. But I I weight of their ammunition.TXNNESSEE I cur, v.hich wo'ild! render his imrnedaj e letUrtl

,':" ; : lars and forty fight cents. tobacco einht hundred and twenty five dollir-j no responsibility in relation to such delirery, j I necc5-ar '. In the mid!!, however of caIrn!

'1 ; :.. For fuel. t forage, staiiomry: : printing trin- For one hundred barrels salt, two huucrcd shall be incurred: by the- United States prcvi.- VOLUNTEERSMaj.. Washington -I I and quietude: at barbecues, feasting and t .

<;)::: : I portati, and po
:.:.. ,..'. 'b' :1drtJ and thirty t1OI..tr 1 For five hundred fish bairels, four hundred enter upon his duties. I! Volunteers arrived ii this place last Thursday i grcllinjr that tLuir fellow! citizen and nei:!hbor
,
I ., :4: : For repair), inpro\e: .I.cns and expenses of f ,;, and fifty dollars. ror earning into effect the stipulations of t; wa* not present to participate: in th.2ulttions UL.,
.l, .i....,#j :t. buildings} ground*, roads, \\hnr\es, boats" and I I !! For jjoods and provisions to be delivered at the third ;article! of the treat concluded with I; evening, for the purpose of making ar- : which the evenu tad produced T

t : .. .,' i fences) nine thousand cnu si.xty sidollars'. : Mirhtlimackinac, one hundred acd fifty thousand -, tilt' Swan Creek and) Black -river bands of tae || rangemeots for the necessary supplies.- -The individual. with te full knowledge of aI! 'th

1 1; ". :.1t : For pay (li f rfdjutam's and quartermasters( ,. dollars- 1. Chippewa nation, of the ninth of May, eighteen -j Volunteers 1500 strongare now at etumpka i tacts, mars thc hinrity of the occaioi b? fa

..:: ... '. clerks, nine hundred and fifty: ocliars. I For 1I1tel cst to be paid annually as annuities hundred and thlrtrx, \\z\, : waiting for orders.-Before these ghllant men jelling! a savagearnw: at Col Gad>den, for
.:f'. For philosophical 1 I I apparatus and repairs cf': '! the ot hundred thousand advance I' their t!lo'.her: otftncc.otlt thlt of n1
.. on sum two dollar ror an in money on the ratification, left Fayetteville, they were informed: that having responded t to
j
*..>'.1..J the*scitne, three hundred dO. Jr". .:per resolunon: of the Senate appended to thc of the treaty, two thousand five hundred dollars. services would probably be required in Florida ';in call !run his native ijnte to assist ia the
:t } 3r inodies! f T department of work of
eucineerj j treaty, twelve thousand dollars. withdraw great connecm by a RsilwYr", 6>
I :: *;.' ;I ing. lie hundied dollars. ; For the payment of the just dets: against ror the purchase :)f t goods, four thousand and any one was permitted to ;t' South andVe>t. ** *

: jin i!!: : : For inodies! cu'thr; drawing department, ap 1 .the Indians, according to the fifth article of ititll! irx. who was unwilling to engage in the expeditionbut ''j tI I Had the individual I rctlectcd. '.is c1dlO:

tf"f"I.... iv. *. paratus and contingencies. for the departmentof said treaty as ratitied by the Senate, three hun- : ror expenses (it f the treaty, the journeys of J not an individual availed himself ot tne: ; FloriJian as he tiny"b ) he wou'd r have per.a

I, ,SL: < .: ', chemistry, and in.-ruinews and repairs for drcd thousand dcllars.! the Indian to and from Washington, subsistence opport unity. J ceived that Ct,!. Gadsom. in thus res'Jt1zJ
:1.( i ", ;.., the maihematical: doparuneut one thousand: For carrying into effect the sixth article the to the call, and in thus ,
,"f' i of and other expenses, three thousand eighthundred The following extract from a letter to acting! weven s recdenn'
.
J. two hundred and ihuty I five tic.lijr". ::.:, said treah''IZ : and dolhrs '( to Florida a mere : !
two and s'ttse't: : n cents editor of the Nashville Republican, gives the j acceprable senice
: ; I
:: ; For the purchase and repairs:: ot instruments: For commutation lieu |tha he could: do
in of j :! by starding
reservation* to ; ror transportation-und incidental s at WJ5-
;) fitm.fI
expenses Officers held .
:*, .w for the band three bandied result of the election t for at Fayetleville -
f.!! : 1 snj ninety two half breeds, hundred cissH the hanmocks
',! i idollars. Ir' i,I one and forty rive thousand on- thousand dollars.! or beating of that Det
i 'I!! rl,) 1 rs. rot carrying into effect the stipulations of on the 2d inst. 1 bcrhood for Indian! si;ru. Fiortii has her

c. :,,J.1"// Forincidcta1 11 cxpen-scs of the ctpcrtnjer.tof For taking a ce:1m i of the Indian half breedcPUlIt10I the treaties concluded with certain bands cf "Robertrm3tron was elected Brig. Gen- j I schemes of inutrvtl l j improvement arjd fee pr>

S k t. l.sh"r nrth.t n". nv: dollars. ? one thousand two hundred dollar- the Pottawatamic Indians: Indiana, in March eral without opposition. I Ir ject j of a Rail Road frr 'i St. Mirks r t.> 5*.

4 I 't I-or increase and expenses of he l.brarv* : For the pay acd travelling expenses of a and April, eighteen hundred and thirty six, f "Alexaader! K. Bradford was elected Colojnel ;i Johns, uith a steamboat 'onnfC!.'Ja k"et:1:

.i"V t eight hundred do.hrs. : corrmissioner: one thousand dollars. viz : } of the first Regiment-Terry II. Cabal.! :: this :latter place ad Chtrlestan! ttK-b, hea
': .:: : ., .'. Fcr iuscoilaneou. items nnd incidental: C''t.j j ij For I Lieut. Ceonel-A. F. Golf, first Major, and i '
nifV;., I j : compensation: and expenses of clerk ror the payment of the sum stipulated in completed, will be a ( 1ecnz: chiia In ifc
., *. pcn-es. two: thousand two hunured and ninety i ithiee i and for Powhatan Gordon, second Major. ; \vnrk from Char'-s.oa
I stationary uostage, witnesses, ml $:en. the second article of the treaty of twenty sixth great to Cacmasrj.: :
:: t LIlia? r:. !gers; :o collect Indians, and canoe. for them. March eighteen hum'red and thirty six, with uWm. Trousdale was elected Col. of the The above rt.Il13re made uca to ill

": ...1'{ For completing the chaple three thousand: subsistence for two thousand Indians for :20? \awkewa and his band: t for a cession of land I' second Regiment without opposition--Jos. (ii. I II will towards the individual whose inex.>'i !:>;

.";. :.. -to..f live 1 hundrtd doiurs. I IForcompeusauon ;I das, fuel t fer them while on the Island, and to the United States, two thousand five hun. Guild was elected Lieut. Colonel( -James G. :: attack oa Col Ciadsden has elicited thea. f tu:

.. ". ..,0.' : ; 1 to the acting flrot's or'other incidental! exp nccs attending the co.n- ored and sixty dollars. i Meador, first Major, and Wm. L. Va-ihington to justice to the !latter: ipnerr.in. ,ho w

:. ".'.. 0': chemistry for services in his 'departmentirotr. mission three thou-and dollars.i For the payment or the sum stipulated in second Major. think da= been greatly! wvonirs'j_ on this occasion. -
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.; ;. .1 101 : epieaiber tlrsr. eighteen l.nudied. and i 1 For earning into etfect the seventh: article the second article of the treaty of eleventh of.. "In the General Order Xo. 1. a copy: of ;: .

I.. '" : brty-nve. to September: fir-t, ciL'iet-n:: lion- of said trca'IZ : eighteen hur.drt-d which i is given below, you will find a list of the ; JUSTICE.The
April with
and six
f 4 thirty ,
'; I 1.4 tired i and thirty siv, at twenty five "doiiais; per For pay of two additional blacksmiths! nint Aub bu-naub-ba and hi- band, for ; cessionjof Staff"of the Brig. General. I i r.zac cf Col. G"s r.n.'

:.:!f. t nonth three hundred: dollars ; for ihe ensuing hundred and si\u collars.Fcr land 10 the United States, eleven thousand "The following! is the principal part of the 1 --

: f. .\ ear three h-in Jred dollars. : two strikers, four: hundred and eighty :::: live hundred and twen'1dollJrs.. Regimental Stat In the first Rt-giment. i :In.lEDGEn:.::, J.v!. 19.
I'''. ... : 'I .\pp r'ved. J d J,II\, 1<3 6. fI' drllr. commanded by Col. Bradford, Thomas II. I I I n-1i: 'sE\\
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'. ll.llH.IC.'t'.biJ"' :: : For biiJing; a blacksmith shop on resena- second payment article of the sum stipulated in the Bradley has been appointed Adjutant; Dun- :j:I The Georgia la:a a try have bertdscire: d .

S J }:t'.c: 2Ct to conrirm! the sales! public lands in ion; north of Grand[ river, seven hundred and I April eisrhten hundred treaty of twenty second can B. Frierson, Quartermaster; and Prcs !leaving now in the service:: ot our trop ,Col.

t'\, ......, certain C3;es. ;I liftv doliur! i j and his ond thirty six/sviih Kee ton G. Crazier, Surgeon.In Dcall"! < regiment ccd Maj. Alford's br.talTioaof
wau-nee band
J' le) it enacted InIne Jennie nnd 11-vi-e 1! of': ; For iron steel! coal. & tools for two shops, the United for a cession of land to tie second It iment. comnUr.ded byCol. : Mounted Irie:). V"hcn these l.i be th.-! .
i.};; Tlfrrcseniativesot' live hundred States, six thon and (our hundred Twusdale James P. his been fronllt
j' United Stat of A metica :, dolars. dollars. Grundy charged. S' em", \T2 can I ieira. to Itdjuj'iful.
!'.;:: !i. in Con2rossp :*
I'I'.r J) .., b ere. public land-. t lAer. from the J oand: of tans! for shop on reservation, one hundred For payment of the um stipulated in the second -i mister; tDd Johh Irwin. Surgeoa. :1 C.1aUe commil Cf' 1rtJ auf 5. The &j3 i i'in
4 f ft'I .I : a ;" .m1cr land dipnoi: and included.hn; the : and seventy 11"\'.' ilAlirc nrttr'o' .)f tKo tr.-.u)- of twenty second I the Chicks* latehie svrjmD, hare nt yet
(I .' toirdofa nc.\ dis.ncu .i.ae ben sold! hx ;1\ For rebuilding shop at Mackinac, and ad'din April' ei-hteen hundred and thirty six. with 1;: An Excess was "estcdarcci'l.lln' the |1 b"en laken, ane ares'jppo?'d sut: ,. to be ii

t Y :. .jf the oncers of stich for.r.er d. :rict. unu'er the ;; ::: an annourei's rooms, eight hundred and Xaswawbeejind: his band, for a cession of Executivi stating that a boJv'of* four! or* ;!that: swamp. And ij.iuy:: Gen. Jesscp, lie
:'.:', ?: f t liws otherwise i jfi.n dollars.For land to the United Staffs' one thousand nine fiveI I
... .. pre emption or ;gi any time I i ij hundred and hundred hostile! Indians, have crossed the : understand, ha' i is-ued an cider, requinajall
& ": >tir to the opening (fth, land onioe huch a g-insmitb! four hnndred and eighty; twenty dollars. I t,I ; !&e Indianwfhou excet on. to come ia by
: .f : Chattahocchee near: McCmrey's ferry on their i
'J:. 10" '# %& -\ district: and in which the c*..nHt.I"i1f'n'r dollars.F.I rcr expenses attendiog the nejrotiation ofthe a .: irti"ular time, Or ernzr tion; threateahjj!
i;<, '. the ( e:1-.1)) Lan.i Orncc snail b- :: purchasing' a set of .aid treaties with the Pouawa way to Flt da. The Georgia volunteers had -
. > r: rk'ib .t gunsmith's tools! tamif>:, six to cor.'i.ier! those wbi d'> not cr nolTHitatais! :
"-; .; .' I the prHctto;:; in other rpec's h-ue beenfiir one hundred: dollars.!! hundred and thirty six i dollars and seventy. sharp encointers with them on Sunday and orders ai ouuawsaud enen ies. snii* to treat

.. .,d t' ind: regular. such...f... ':"* a'ld s-l-.s t shalli I For r\o additional inteipreters": hundred nve cer.rs. Monday !ht, in both of which they were re. them a? such. From ite re'aciance! .,f the

'. .01.:".' :,. i,... and are ht-rcby. coitifrio j : and paz *. liu'iais.For' To defray the expense of rrmovir.g the pulsed with sjme 'Joss in killed: and wounded. : Indians to trnirat c ?, IL;? on: r. itS i 3ged* ,

; -,,. haii be IS'KJ tiere".p n a m other c t'e-:. biiilJing a cormitory bl Mackirno. rr.'I: Chwtaw} Indians re-idin, ; in the Snte of Missippi --They have since been re-inforced and are may probably produce further. hoLity. ,. zsi.
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; -..\.f ::1: *. .. 'c'n'. he it furih r 'r.:.t .ted. 'J'hJt i in :for stove- and 'Jurmture, l lour tuousund eight to the country provided for them wet Gen. Je>'u.:. i: is ?apiiH ,...\0. tOi5ine ., .
J again in .-Two armed steamers have .
'i:; all!1 cases where any mry has :-ei: in tde under hundred dollars. "f the Mississippi riser, thirty thousand dol!. pursl i tiitn-j'jl'.v: 1.t cansura-jaiu:.y ir? t Sfl3.
J. }; .' : ; the pre err.ptjon: : I laws, pursrin: : to ;iustruc- : For the keeper of the doroitory, six hun Jars. i been despattrled up the river to prevent th ,: -- = Ree/n.d.

ip\ ':.'., s lions sent to t.e Krister unJ Kecenei from dred doars.i :! Sec. 2. And be it further enacted That t the': reurn of the ''ndians. Gov. Call ha? ordered J .3{NTGOXEE.T:; JuiJ 16.

'' 1 II., : ': f the Tieasury Depanment. and iho !proceed- ihunthed and filly cords of woodjor: Secretary War i hereby authorised to direct one hundred end :fifty: mounted men to re- ;!> bruit 30 JO Indicts* I left tKir "kir es 0.1

J .:.. ., ;:.:.. jnps; have been in all other re-iects iar: aniregular the dernntorv.. three hundred and s \'el1tii'e. : the amount to be cl 1 >5ed. upon the pro-, pair to the sc ne ot aton.-It i is reported ;, Tnursda'last- on boarJ! the :e--.mY.3:3 Leis *.

;.. .;'t. such entne< and >afs! are hereby doi.ar.-. dueuonof pn.per \ouch-rs f)r blankets defIiored '! that Capt. Jamgan who disticguishaJ himself j i i Cass & leriiiaa f.,r their desire- hoa t
:,. .4O.. 'o ,rlrm'd. and t'p tents tiiai!!! be issued :thereon For t.vo farmers one thousand dollars. to the [ order t| 'across the 31-si-sippi C:1.ir : ; cf LeJZ-
I ..I, Cherokee.by of the comMl 1on: a former ocasion. was amon.; the I..I.ia. : ,
.' I as in other case. ![ For two assistant farmers ;hundred dollatf. !- re-I-in_ __u._->_r_, I I : I Carrv otthe U. S. .I. rf:1 '. j
(I 't. v: Anprov 'd. 2d July. 1S36. : I IFr.jn
I iB j! Sec. 3. Ar.I 7 ? it further: rnact'?d, That the Escambii 2nd "-asHa.tO:1! counties, we un th 1 .J : ?ici.JH sc'an: fr.llr
: It'I.--t: .f l'l'BLlC. No. .1': } or two Mechanics twelve hundred dollars; per.sin i allowed and lie cruwded >tat, of ih Boats. U :5 but I
by an art of the derstanj have turnished volunteer
present session ..
eUJe-
..5...: J i An act nuking further appropriation fur earning rorjcarrying: into effect the eighth J article of Congress. to Colonel Gideon Morgan w reasonable: to especr. that the losa j.j nil 011
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said: : ments the requisition for men to serve ia the We100l
vu
.J into etfect: certain Indian treaties. trealy ; : .hall be him from the r ue. suifer much from cVease-
paid 10 the date of hisdisa.-i I
; i'! !kr. J He; it enacted by the Sensic and lluje of For the exoeuses of a delegation of twenty bilr.v, to the twenty seventh of March ';j, approaching caopaign t for four months. forward to such a resJ!:, b:: ar 1's for a < .
t Ilepreser.titi of% United iftutes uf 'lud3&1S. with an otncer, three as-istants eighteen ,
eat
; 4 America an hundred and fourteen i -- one. ,.
e. ), agreeably to the .
': ;v,'i.'t: : in Congress assembled.! That ihe foiiouio 'interpreter a guide with tw assistants to explore t fourteenth! article oft the said treaty ith the J .APALACHICOLI. Apalachicola Land.j : .. Previous to the departure,J" t.e I JtJJJ'

(k'>..v'i 1." ; sum? 1 be, and thearc. hcrcbv. appropriated: j the couutrv.', and for the purchase of Cherokees : and that the sum of eight thous-1'j Company have made a contract with 3Ir. Nathaniel from ibss! place -ome days sace (may ,:fl.

*'ft'l. i"l j out OflV! mor.: -v* in the TreosLfnot* other- horses and other expenses incidental to the and dollars qe appropriated for that ': Griswoid! of the city of Xaw York for t ous distrbances occurred. Upoa tLe reqIt-.q.
\ 'c r J' wise approprj.teJ: to carry into cficct certain I expedition, twelve thousand dollars.! purpose. deepening i the channel frors the anchorige at'': ton' ot f. Governor of Georgralians -re rorJ.I .
3.
ec. And be it further
enacted
'I'- Indian t caie'i, : Fir payment of uch improvements as give That no Apalachicola, so as to admit ships drawing 13 I .t're ranking to so chaia it ctef:* : some
of the
..Y :, For the amount stipulated to be p.id; for the additional value to the Idud ceded, twenty put Ea-tern appropriation heretofore made, forth feet, to come up alongside! the wharves.: -Also !-: 12 er 15 of thee debdeu nre::tcslhat theft:
i i !- lands ceded in lae tifet article of the treaty thousand dollars.ror Creeks, shaH be paid to any Indians f:, for deepening thejchannel at the Bar, at. could be no escape u hen one by a sand .
.
: f'' } : \\i\h the Cherokees of the payment for the church the Chcbjigar. : ? who have been engaged in hostilities the -\\ Pass" I in Irom-
I. t twenty ninth 0.! December on against the United Staleunless est so as to admit ships of the \, energetic esorr.sucoeeitfii jei ngl
:., *i.if .' 04 one thousand eight hundred and thir- nine hundred dollars. in such largest class. This done. and the streets graduated : the grasp oi"iht'se ia wh)se possess.-- lie 1rUi
chins circumstances
.-/. ly five deducting the cost of the laud to be For extmiui-hmjMhe V claim of certain half as may induce the *I and cleared out. (now rapidly going i raised a hammer and infu.:=J a 'very s Jtre

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':,i :i' i.....P.S frI tier*the second article of: said tre.\tv., tuor million I tae ninth article of said treaty. viz : whole to be paid. Provided, however, That the j i, the attention of the commercial worlJ, I. gave the war whoop and the= took tJ &" ";LJ&.:

I f) '"hrl: ,"' live hundred thousand I dohirs.I !; To liix Ilobinson, in lieu of a section at of the tl1D1Jit.due. to the Seminole and I i and richly inviting to the labors and profits of he was iramediieyshnt i : deaJ by a lob36

r I >| For extinguishing tue title 61 f certain half: t[hir\:_". Lt dollars per acre, twenty three thousaiJ ,eastern Creeks m l\* be paid to the friendly' I' other classes and prut 55ions. Situated by volunteer, and another cI\ ltd acd died' in

Ir't; 34 "j'i 1 breeds to reservations, granted them in lilt : and :forty dollars. otherwise portion of those tribes tP spertivehunless }r nature as she i is, with almost! every advantage a t few !Jur3. Oa tae sauie: evening 3 stJcref'd -
directed Jv the Pre
8'KM ireatyiih the O>agcs, in eighteen hundred : To Leonard Slater, in trust for Chin : }i1. iJent. in her hands, Apalachicola must soon take her d in escaping: from the guuw-one 'i5Thursday 3

V/ rKrI; and -tueuty five, according to the ieurta articled aquat, one section at ten dollars per acre, six Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, Thot the I island among the foremost of the growing ci- brought into town under arrest-
t Ik.- i ifBfc of the aforesaid I t ttousand four hundred funds appropriated by the act of June awa
P
{ treaty, tuo Lu'jvJrcil and (our- dollars.! four-I' ties on our So Atlantic coast. We rejoice and while proceeding thrgh the sued
; I leen thousand dollars.l To Sohn A. Drew, 1 teenth eighteen hundred .land thirty siv. i his 1O1t
and three
one aiiartrr. ----.- # to learn that every confidence is felt and ex9 -.n, took a .arge kaife: and cat
I i; For pajkineut for the ioiprovcrnents on the sections at four dollars per acre. four thousand tilled an act making appropriations for thej I II pressed in her future pr !pert), both at home and in>taay! e:?iaJ. Sjch i is the de5' r!.

; : .j ir.issjgiiarv: reservations at Union: and Harmo. four hundred and eighty dollars. current expenses of the Indian Drpartmentl t and abroad. So long as Chattnhoochee's lion of these beia's rather 22 bef'i ( tJ

j ny, according t.) the same tracie! of the said lo Edward Biddle, one section at three for Indian annuities and other similar objects j bounding waters skall continue to fl yw onward the civil authorities of Georgia.31oc -
_ wththe Chcrckees dol.us; acre. one thousand t f>r the year eighteen hundred and thirty six, Te2th.! .
treaty heutc; thousand per nine hundredand to her feet, bearing in groaning steamers, the a
f : duller: S dollars. tor the temoval of ihe W inneba Indian, I
twenty : rich production of its borders borne upon its ,,
For commutation ot the permanect annuity i I'. To John UolaJati'c sections at one dollar !. nny be expended upon such of the said Indian bosom, so long shall Apalachico'a! continue to ;?A sad account is given of ice cenora| os.,

i. ; often thousand dollars, according to the llth end twenty five cents per acre, fuur thousand < a< acctually rcmland upon no others grow in beauty, in size, extent, and ia cominercia '' of the Erie canal, cauedin &ct bf Ih1U1
I'I
article of ssicl treaty, two hundred and io.JLlrj dullars.! And the said (Indians shaH be removed either|: prosp. }.-Columbus Inquirer. I I men e business oa i it. So lnik uss is tbere

I_ 1eenthou1tidduliir.; ,j I I To Eliza Cook, Sophia Biddle, and Marv tt tue neutral ground or such country as may Ii i for clearing it our. without a roicou i ;

.t' For compensation: to two Commissioners, f Hofiday, .one section each, .it two dollars and* .1 be assigned to them: by treaty, on the south- FROM THE CHARLESTON COURIER. I,I.of the nay ; aton, thi: It hasbeea 'frrilling d1It1

-. : far two years. (.) examine claim*, acco.-d.ng to fifty cents j>er acre, fjur thousand eiuht hundred wet side Oi'; the river 3lisuri. We have seen with some astonishment, an : up ll v d'i\ts.es. so that bcwisover'two ra"'tng

l the seventeenth article of said treaty at eight i dollars. Approved ink! 2J. 1 S3& illiberal attack mad4by an individual, at a'' and: a half feet of water.caaoot w'

? J 'f c tkilars p.rr div each, eleven thousand six huuded ;I Touu5tn: Hamelin jr. two sections atone L barbecue in Jefferson county, Florida ca Col navigate a canal 1 of comically 1CCitUt *l CS ?'

:t ( r:,r and eighty dulia/s.! i doi.ur;: and twenty five ceals per acre, one L*\L ode Tl'SiI- the 11tt.e'weeks County after *Jate Court, application v: the via! J Gadsden, for; having left that Territory, at this touching the bva :. and >uikis2 tae rJ

p i' For compensation to a secretary for tuoye.irs thousant! six hundred dollars. (.:Leon. fjr It::r rs ".f aJministtv-tion on Uc estate county crisis, to assist as an Engineer to tie! RailRoad I sides, and one another, boils Us ocI! 4 J1

., at five dollars per day, according to the :! To \\illiam Lusley, Joseph Daie-! Joseph Israel Snanf., vleccostd,bt? <.f s.nd coanty.JNO. orl between Cincianaiii and Charleston ''. icsteaa of six. ._ I
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I. same article of said tfeat.Uuee. thousand six i Trotier, and Henry A. Lenake, two sections : VANUO'RNE.T. aDd to take his seat in the Convention lately! The proposed enlargecaest c.rt the ca&*

: ,M r\ t '.. hundred and fifty dollars. t each: al one dollar and t'cotth'e cents per July 30, 1S3C51NOTICE E.lI. DIXBERGER, assembled at Knoxnlle.! It cannot be unknown cannot, it i is thought be, carried into enec: 11r:.

) !t ;) For compensation to an inttrpreter: for two acre, six thousand four hundred dollars.! to the individual to whom the above allusion out a suspension of na'i Y3tJQ c:>5* I=J'inOT

: years, al two dollars acd fifty cents per day, I It To Luthus Rice, Joseph Leframbois, Chas. :MX Moniii *aer date I stall exhibit i is made and who claims paternity from to al! :interested. One of the ec--i 3 r.h.r
afcout.ii and vouchers arid l th1t
: I't : According to the s nic article of said treaty, Butt Jt ld. George Moran, Lewis Moran, as uy Adni.isu.l:or f p. the cst
;-; ': I p one thousand eight hundred and twenty five G. D. Williams, and Daniel Marsac, one sec- t .) the JiiAce fUie Cojsity C* '-'*:

_; ._ dollars. lion each, at one dollar and twenty five cents J.icko.i. J OUN. (;. PAYTHRESS.JuiyiO project ofcjnnectin by a Rail Road Charles the preseut one, could be coostrjrtfi :1 leSS
t ; 153t.301-Com .
4 : \ For tie advance of two )year' annuity on per acre, five thousand six hundred dollars. : -- 1Dtcron S _____________ too wiih Cincinnati, a woik, in the benefits of cost than the euargemenL-N-! .
;: .i j the fjnd of seven hundred and fifjy thousand For payment to the chiefs on ratification of j; : : J. H'J.NTEU-.HauajI 1 which. all the South not excepting Florida, .
: \ doljars, to be in H .ted (for the ('beroktci according the treaty, according to the tenth article ot the I 1kli on the 'rflIDuriUe rood, ei!hl was expected to participate. Col. Gad dcD 'fULTD OP MANCHKSTKK, KscaP!
: to the eighteenth article I tujks from north ut" 'allahiSAC respectfolly offers President in oce of hw kttOC1
of said treaty same, thirty thousand dolUrs. had scarcely finished 'explorations (he had : Humphrey,
j I his prr *Ji>"l servicr i ID ihe citizens of Leon eoua
seventy fire thousand dollars.. J For life annuity to t"o chief, .provided fur j I ly. Apnl hh 1:3i. consented- to-make' ) of the intervening coon. if orn Englandn says;

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London, the larg- surrender and removal, was so ahor! that TltK Blacks. Go where -. 4 1
is (to I we will among our exiended western line
boundary soon lo burst it }
.ncMc. mucbas40j.'and45-pei week and hence
England, and is rapidly increasing little opportunity has been offered in collect botisc-lciepiijrr friends, we hear comjtl t ti lints i t f the l, not checked by the timely action of government, engineer is enabled lo cotnmm.d, the services the of I q
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fin eahh and population. -A d.stmgnHhkr testimony over so wide a field of action, and want of gutnservant\ -?, and not tat Irc(1Ien1lv: >I f | upon ur unprotected; citi/.eus along the line, with first-rate bricklayers. The cement furnlshrd! is of

assured that the in few of the !the impossibility! of !'cliin jany help at all. I>ut violence! and destruction.
in Li% rpool roc, consequenc guilty have been 5 it ; savage Many ii strong the very best quality, only about one barrel of .
couldZalhan we take a stroll! through particular sections of siirns of ihi; bailie, Jis >osiiion the tribe"inhabit' fine sand
f.' business in Manchester positively arraigned for specific offences. Jim | among being used to our hundred barrels of cement.
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' rofi$ 12,000,000 sterling, (about Henry, the chief offender at least, the head i be city or through the alloys and lanes in ;ilmost! !),, the| VU!>1 teriilury vest of the Mississippi The concrete thus farmed burdens very

any feclion at any hour m, the twenty fmr; we !have: been at various times: an:! on various occasions rapidly, and within iwo hours after !
' doll( ) l"r aiinum- As the of the most dangerous and criminal partv--he shall bundiids and almost! thousands bckof any new work
\TiOOO f ste of i> > manifested-and part-rularly within i the is completed its solidity w put to the lest._The i:
rt. extending, il bids fair in a who cammandcil at the burning of UorTnokc nil sixes and id'uinr I
I continually: iire. away their time, jointnotliin last lew months, when some ol our western set- overseers go round vviib hammers of 14 pounds : .

:1"9 to sn-allrt*' up all the minufoctunng was demanded by the Executive of Georgia, g ;uiii lonknig miserable as huh aidiiHenemiglit : -> llemenls of our fur traders have been attacked by weight, will which each separate brick struck a

I.*.*' cr5 the vicinity. Great fortunes have but had been previously given to the custody be cxpectCil to make tlicin. Were the: i bodies of Indian and many lives destroyed. Tbcrhin lar: l bhw. If the cement yields so ns to disclose- !

ill making there; and no where of the authorities and is confined in Rosaell young! blacks put out, and kept to work as they of tie! Srnniifi'.es,, '! and Creeks in Florida & the smallest fissure- between the-bricks, ths vork-

' mdC are i'ulis i is solij caliul su'P| scd county Jail. Others have been given up to ought to be instead of IIL-MIIT brought up lo: theft Cieorgia, was not tmlnown to our western tribes, nun is immcrii.itcly! called back to repair the defect
Hhc nietr. aiul lC.r.yirV: they, nigit; supply us wi.n tin! ? best of a1''
in Manchester. She is Georgia. Two of the hostilos who many which celfWated I by I their wonted manili and w besides fined one shilling! to lie bick fund.Yiih -
' Lire, as w ;reclaimed of scrv .n-: ; and the iinprnvcuuMits! b- not benclicial f
jtC o ; "e-s JaJimi: of jiV, what they supposed; to be the \ evcrj exertion, from its peculiar nature the -
; ttos3)' of her ritaI sister upon the Mcrsc.v by a party from Columbus, at Mont* lo them I I than to the whites : asil i I i< !hovcvcr triumphant; feats ef blood and murder f their work is unavoidably tedious and slow. Il is con. '

1 ic, i i* able to buy out the whole! town ofc13J gomery when their chains were removed to they nrc constantly: I annoying us (( snechlly iu the Si'JLt! brethren.H sidcrcd a gout piece of work when at the ei: I OrJ4

!, and keep it cm baud."' deliver them up, attempted to escape. One vviuler season) with I tlmr tiiefls, Uej-iring and! jutj'ueare. i is HM! o too much to be feired, (bat there is hours the shield can be advanced nine inrie! .

. :; _ snatched a hatchet, struck with it the man who (! The blacks!: of this eily are rcrtiinly toi(I > much t truth I in the leporlfrom Wisconsin, tint The shield contains 36 boxes, and the work is fimultaneously L ;

rnirsu LOST r.v A rus.Vhcn : released him i and ran-but t was brought: down toss u induct riivas !e--; cleanly, lesseivilni.d, le.-- !iip- i t1c rululira ted! IJI.ick I Hawk, is al the bead of aha carried on in each, so that tbe pushing

A i>y a -hot. Tho other was overtaken and 1'.' than: the negroes upi; : I lie plaiil lioas la tic rc body( of I'ldians, :i ha nut 0000, and marching Ibrwaru the shield can only take place when!

attcndniR my father husincs an Eng. killed by the guard. Sui Ii.-Cumiiurciiil lit raid.Ir with ll-etii; n ainvt; the white settlements. The the work of the arch is perJcctcd to the extent

reTtlt'Iflatl came! into our hardware house rrdUut1 .t;. nrc that lie wll; be awed, Irom Invinjjpcrsonatiy from lie bases lo the key stuuc.-Tli.: extent of

'.b bottle Among those who were here, we saw i! .i'i..r vf the Hanw l.e l ci. A. i.oiiev'd ili.il I the treat- tbe about
.ililin. and nskod to see soins < iiji DI < i our ;pwvver or a-chvvay perfected i* C30 feet and wl.at

" ,. I ,-,nvcred bi j), and uas resolved aged! chief Nca Mathla: -the warrior of ii.visly: Ciciniin i iper; states! liiat the: >ri.ab ol l'cr"-it. in ntenl, which he rcc.-iwd in our country, will dissti remains to be done I natioul U-0 Ji-et, but of this

'"" ia't >l) lno Dublin I jJirase, as 90 years,-tho same lofty beioic ol.l man, order I to i ifive n pr mf of I ihe :tti va uit t zmu-it iti C eivi'iz.ilioa 1- tde him t fimn; any such arempt i t, ntlord but tec- \ vXienl a larirc portion being b. uu.d: 'ow-water ..

: L uukI >p in London more bowed in years, but still tmstibdiifi inspirit : I iiad; suddenly tlirown! open I l.e; _r lu-s ot b'e ;tun ra: a:!eeaLii1ist lliC biMd: thirsty! a:intt re- ttarkand through a solid f=tra im: aif earth, can S

I ifjlicpnobbj-'d:' when to conMth" whc lought against Gen, Jackson ii: tlu- ln- harem: and iriven their liberty lo all the t"nn'eblaves '! veiiirclul di>])0iiiion: cf the red warrior towards lu carried forward without such extreme caution a

.n p11"1'! >0'.v! tberc; I therefore anaVe old Semmolc Cami :iig.i, and \vot.ld not deliver I it t coniaiiieti.; All the threat men fl'1 the I the pale) fac: ( ;. as, nl the present part of the work, through a loose j

: -\\'c an such articles sir. "Why cni;>irc folltiwed the example, :ainj tl.e inbaliiianis, ; : : Tne I tubes I or portions of tribes that have bcn ''sandy! soil, and under the very centre of the bed
c.: himself but the GcMirrul himself tiio
".: in our \\indow, formed I like a to any ,- of '1'eln.ran couldcaicelv: i believe their eyeivhen removed by ibe (Jovernmeut Irom the territory of of the stream, is indispensably necessary.Vori .
>coiu: >
I "
.'ukiiit"! (I' bottles.! "Oh I beg your "Great Chief of the Whites. I He is a noble tliey! x-i\v I l'ie' jraics of the palace ojened l>r ihclir.sl some of the States, have undoubtedly contributed

: i li these things bonle' coi ;ttoiMtrb specimen, of the savage;-....and after warring for li'nc t'nr the unbapjiy viiMinTiii> new much towards throwing (hehrands into other Indian Eastern Boundary. -From tile abstract ,

. ,. sr.. wer coasters they arc called ncaily a hundred years with undving cotir- c.iu.. trs an ext raurd iii: tv i-en ;aiion here a tiI ail 1 over : I tribes settled beyond the MH t-sipji; .IIM! a- which we published! the oilier Jay, of the correspondence

''" age against lhat destiny which Iris: been destroying the cist I ll was o-evcd!; in i'era liul the sultan !iMiiij vviiem, or in wh.xc! \iciiMty''iey! !: were located. : between the British Minister at AVabbj 1

: suncN all lirou-b! ; Kngl.ind. "This is his race,-he goes wiih a head whitened W4)Lid! folio iv the example..SrrrjM2r In all j.rolnbility: these i lennvved tribes have j inglou and ll.e American Secretaiy of! State; relaI -

jiuliouli! l.-j. nr, but the bottle never lieeit the clu--f pro-uoters and attita turs ui.satfcc- I live lo lie North Eastcra .Boundary, it appears
.4 by so winters but still erect and
Js Il I IC11flI. \Ve therefore call them i dimmed many / and crphriny! fjrpeJUion lo //*/' y'nn"fir !ion amonrr 1 ) the wilder! I in be-: towards: us, havingleprfented that very little progress has been mate towards -

\. coasters !" The ICnghahinaa; :; turned an eye indeed, but still 1 I piercing and ; Or an nnd outlt Xcn.-\\ e !learn that i liu-- 1'ieident '. I the whites to them as their m) \ da a- an adjustment of the contruvcrs';. The decision -- a'

commanding: : to lead t the rcmnanl: o(! bis scattered and deadly '* iiea and who would i.f t I the Kinir of the Netherlands, although not
tn : a
: very
tdiJ ijut bu ; and 1 lo.-l a cuatouiui : > ha:,* _'iveii opders tn( have: tn' cxplontf; vej -- tren.s
jut people into the tlcpls of the uildcine. take front them their hun'm irrnuads, and cecti-ion of the question reierrcd to him
Herbert's I Vat ieties.A j >es! lilted oln, with te!: !n: ibc! dcly.: Tlie soon j : pLaces our

,.. iHmv jLe.-l i We could not look upon him, that stern old apjmj>r.aiinn made: by;. Coiiirr was ::in'c; toriiNUre li.-liin: :. sti-eamN, and drive them beyond I the far j irovcinment i in a disadvantageous ;position. That

man, without feeling :a st'iise of admiratto.:, all lie fire.1 I ol jecls ( OItCIt; di! ted .. I the distant Uocky Muuatains.; But whatever! may be decision, it is well! known, has been accepted by -

1TU11: NL LAMLV MADT... and a profound sentiment of melancholy.Witii .- expL'dilion, u :m.1 the e.XL'cu'.ixe is di-u-iirn'iieti li u itn ihe I canol l their dU.il.'ecuiHt, we d..ubt not lliala the Uri'.ish! giivcrnment. L-ul rejected by that ol" ,

\ mn r j';iIi--iji'J!) in Jack of lie toward the approach enl in Ihe iistlf there are alher which
i western Savag..s ) controversy
character and
of the conduct of in cvciy respect worthy : grtu
.;.i.albiuilv:: ; a protege last: hnpclc-s and unavailing aid: guilty sting-i
: i coaitnvtci.ii l re ourc,*.s of I the cuti iii rv. of I the whites, arid! that: an understand:!'!! ])revails may be callcil incidental' \\ e refer particularly :
>
ic ellui.I 1 ; \\ m" I L. :May, a nn'tnbrr) ( of Con.io .-, gle for and retaliation, accoiding to I I in olVenive li interest whit Ii 4
:,, revenge 'J'iie frigate; I>i Ia e.i'tii-t' tm\v uiider oin :JuI ioro generally a t'uuiuug I them, to act in conccrl ID e deep personal imposes; upon '4 ,

u'-'vntly tnadtu bold stroke fur itI their sense of light and wiony, a duty and a I repaio at \itrltk! iv'.j t n of two linn-lieil tnUj > operati.ins towards the while settlements. the government \Yashingtoii the necc-ssity of 4

ei.ac !utufc.:t : virtue-and a crowd of V4)Ii1CLianti clnUiionfiom eac.ii!i. one or more tenders and: :a stoic ship! : ol c The jvjvernmeni then l"no: feels it a duly lo be negotiating ( -o to speak) not only wiih Great .4

l' a pirS tL.t the 1-uid on \\hifh ih'tpiin- the infant ota month, to tin strijhngjjst: ,i! petent diniensuuis, iwe uisderstand, time fn-'e ayrei'd ; r.., ; l ami active in irii: : diag: ;._,'aimt such pre.n'ditaied lintaiiv bait vitliIaine and Mas achf.sctls.: To ,

,1.111 of t'lii'MSO: I i-i built w-is ctUcM-d by j rcidy to ply his clastic; smrws in, the chus: or a P:.ti, and to be put in a state of immediate '. : incursfis, a ..d by rccrusitions en the hit upon any plan oi'adjiMrrici't saitslactory t to
t. : I ditlerchi!: siat--, in ihc! vicimty ol l the fron'icrs, conviliraic nil the panic, appears to Le absolutely im;'ovo- -
DanvjiJe Laud Ollioe be- !
% the of Tins of preparation-
.; ( initial : i< higher game war. spectacle a "
.: i Tlumrts C. Jae oflitcr ( : "iich a body <'! rrieu alon'jj tlieir exposed[ ble. After negotiation has done its utmost, thtatl.iir : :
..- l.isii O.li''t' a! Chi;*.'. go was opened people, could not but be altccting._ j jA Captain:i : Ap : sin jvesi
v ; 1 moving i ijj.my; li.i; qtiafide tor oijr.o a service, has p I mil-) *, as vii I protect th# iuib.- hilta LitS r.olonly loiniiiiiahs will have lo be arranged !ly comprnrnise, .r not j

ja>,ne' .. ; itsUg'1 ILe I liw, establishing nation, gatbeiing th-'ir household I togciher, ; b'en :i') ) ij'jT.1 to ihe r tnmand; ; and oieet.s;! for tlie! approach, but if i.cco'sary; to carry il all. If the whole boundary between the U S. I t

,iti! cat t:> l..tti'rp'aft\'! was in loice :tt abandoning: thoir r hearth ami their Loiaea, in 1 tin.1 othtr) vt --- -K will I be itntcii.ik! t y seltcittij home.!! 10 I the I Indians tuemselv."s, n !IC SDII that and! theUrth.i! [)lS'SjaJt5 could Le embraced in

n\ 'iii 1 oairv: at tJauxiili! ; wi > con-ii'-' one long tram of chained men, and ilioo|>mg j Tl.e .Miir-.iiiiii.i; it.is been ctin-en iu lead of a siuutlil ;ieict; tl-em, to remain qnict ai".l moleiisive? the disciKsio'j, there might be less dilliculty' in .

And this! should I be ilt! :nc before t the tribe* could by eflectingan a'ljar.im.'uit as between tLe two i.a-
th/inJuiJujl I ami uudt-r this :
.
and children! of of the .
t L ,l.ejal..y women upon( a pilgpmano t I a *-! > p tt! V'.ji' on utvtuiii! iijiveiNed ai on.niodatioiis '
hieiitmd the! 1 ni'l l this Chij.uJiT. i.iL lie f.eMiuV. their plan- to act in any l.itid cf hostile c I'ccrf. hamS, bur uzr': as her ween the United Stute-i and i S
slie mi ah cs a
'is-wi: : ;at t thousand miles in search of a resting place t t ; < i ; ;p ,
|1 be tlieoii.m ot stanciiidivMual individual Sf'itcs* New and! ..NewVork 1-
It I o-vib'y :; Hampshire
deteKnii tthaitbecomp'.tie may ; ;
TtJ To arc various opinions in from the incessant persecutions of ihu la'e, departineiii I, t lie l'icMile.nl lias
< thai t ibis reipii-jiiion has an eye 10 the prevcnveuiioii woi'IJ in tint ca-ebe personally inUTtstcJ,
inehui.ii le.slnirn ,
jLouiviihd.tl..ti-j> ot lie v. bite tjctl in can its b"oriranjv.alDii j'ncured; so, thai: nuihin tl-e wuhipme :: ;! ol" s.ic: thie.its :hai may or may not have as well as L\iaacjuusets and Maine ; and neither

...i.'d very s=aiuaiuS( of suecr.s. Vhat pai t nyin iijion tiic>c western -bores, lo hive nruKvd I I whulv! : ran: ire of every department! of nn'uralIn.itry : .tii1ia: t.t fiosu Mixic i >, in repaid i lu tbe intention of .hern would be wii.lng to sulll-i lor the Lcneiii -

,e tnun to ttinctt be lays claim with the out the tribes of tile Kf.l mm, Fer l >ecay : and :! itby; sl.all be on'iteJ.! TNI.el! only! o;' tit;* .Mexicans; in carrying I the war bcyon-l theSa. of ihc real. UcsiJes, the natinnul govcrnn.enl has ,

wiu-iin-iK IN .tiJ to !tce wotth 11,00) ,000 ud: Death ; i; a <>igit! lo &lir !hc voy: depths on ibis I acc ui!J1 h.Jthe Incite I l-.t-cn s.eKnci! but :1ut.: S.) lar :i.s stirrmir ml M) ibe Cc.JTftncae tribe no power to alienate any portion uf the territory: J4

,1-. Ikin> Due lo \\'asiiiiijT.on to e. tab i of the heart with awe and wonder,-.o tax the a!>o i lot: li.f j"iri..ie; of a iu< have IlL on Mexican: alfair.--*, i it may be that what territory, in fact, belongs to a parti* ,
a : )
Mil'1 jiin/nty oj b the ::ioi: looks that way, but we venture lo cnlar Stale. This tiLjltt is cxprely! given ho Con aires
: (. of Iiiiflg hs iclitm, the ridiesiIn \ uilus Pus, awl pain the imagi.iti'u: : ; witii! tie i : inu i; <.h .l I ihe n.tives: a jn-.l c.>::ceiii{ ><:i n nur rtqn' byt ll.e Constitution far of Is
ciislurJiances no I'm liter..vr. t sn as questions ,
characicr >o ver and polity 'i i.e ireq :ent say
.: I :.c:;'. unUblcisiotio of llicj mysteiics of future.Wo j boundary between two States are concerned. And
I ; ami tna>>ai-rc.s cuinuuitcd 0:1: (Mir ttanen -
ga/e: as upon a great dram: ; in \\l.h: were : by Inc na'.ive.j itiLi liitig the i-Lr.i.ls! r.i iluiso 1) '. Him.-In the expulsion! which sailed I unless the same right i is conceded! in rcgirJ to j

: iiJ! the tf'tits: making to n; ft'auI !1es actors than .spectator--, whrren the instant: cs.. make iliis nicasujc the dictat. oi' Jiuinanity. 1:1: llietar I 1SO.>, under Sir I Home IVpham, with boundaries between any of I the States arid! .a io1 ,

iir'/.iiu' itiithir be jul of millitms I have been ind-icia! ol i llie Sotilh t American 1 rein power t.Lrr nn Jonal government mayui> well
: 1 :? ; saccos a v ry fortunes guiucd, ujjonpnncijiles i -fMv i at| : suma

i1. r v- iuliinuli be brought about in bu.li'iti [ ] not yet developed; t to our indeUindin : : !- \Vc nndt-rsJaiul aU>, that: to .1. N'. Keypads S-ini; :i >ii colonies Z' ii.iow oil' ittlr allegiance and !I f retire Irom: the contest, and 'cave sh States to 4
their il happened thai in adjust their oivi: disputes. llovill te; <;testt; >a
ofCurres ,
ilte.. inilepeiidenco; 1
' tiie inliut It ite :
L -. ll ii i. poa'siblo( to 1 foim an :tdi.ii j i'l10D stand then ? An individual Stalecannot nc otiat.;

< idei oi'ir.ccllict of ssijch an improve-j >ibl ihspensations!: (tf lrovidencr movii" ;tiii>nndia j[ tScctelary ii aud tn C.ii.tin I : cxi J4;> >iiei:, tl.-ro i isJhe I liM r( c > from tie cat ol'lirix:!, several of with a Foieiirn power, nor can it n.ake war or

. .-,1 on thcli.Mvter: of'a coutitrv* and the! ;i kingdoms( and staJos as by the po.v.-r of! t-.vt-cJl I inost fr.i'iuiiy gezil: .cii feeling and ]t harmony of action.I i i I tin- biiips i.'tit upon! a shoal I and some were wrecked peace.-Tne n.ition, 'us true, is-found lo maintain; :

,iu ','uis '' its soil. We copy the followuw ; an unseen: but irrosistiblo! and acknuwluiii''dDC The cordiality; ilicy enieriain; for UM oil.---: \ve ', o1! ->rSi eiiimsjy l da tni..e.I. Tliis shoal coii istcd ihe integrity of each State, but thai is :Le very

,; ajih :iVuin a 1ie 1 Etigh.-h: ; pajier.'STEAM I TINV. Hut we see so much of :prmincin trust, \viil he kh I by ;u.:, wlieii.cr t-.: .p.j:tu or u'.iicer, cf a rattle 4>!' rncl-.s f..ctT: : t tIC r.urthvVard, be- : point at is.'iic. The question i .-} what dnc hei wSiicb low bank of bard 0au.Ijust above i to Maine, and what to lFe; I3rili cu.i.cCiCd vviliitlie bir.d waa
i in future
: ( security and pro--pvrity tu .vho s'/tll: It.- & l ji: i lunak'; atu
PLOTCILvmic ( penct 1 I't'cuuti lnnriMMT (j1ci.! the water, and! the two ships which were nnd lo determine (lots pwinl, is (li.c whole objtct of ':
in this ,.
Indians thcm-clvo uovomcnt : -
the cxpedinu
for I : :
experimentxvere) : tiled on Fiiday !oot weal J-tem on the rocUs. The artillery iranspuii ; j ihe nc
which comes to o.ir feelings such in an but the l rtlaimia: line lion, and 1 then call upon( the mtioKttl uovornrirc'r.t -
to pieces : > ;
1 k kat t 1 (1 Mo s, near Iiolton, in the prc-i : I": **'vK'l" I stioncnt
of affliction and inconsolclJe boroavcment to sustain her. In tlial case tie! nation wotM: be-
aspect deep is"OIK siip.! built tit teak, held together long e- j ,
po'.erful
I.c of Mr: Hanl.-y! M. I for Lincolnshire, i .'arnat' J-'cntipitics liz China.-Marmtre:
,--we see so.h: plain tokens of national allow: the crew to be taken off by ihe a mere executive power to enforce due prctelszi
to
..r ( hdjuntn, :Jl. I*, for) 'Vcatmcath;. 2I r. of I I I lie fvvvo.-tMvions! '.viii.n tbeC! iiiv-f.dt i ;>:ari-i 11011t4i alarm ul individual Slate.
had lakrn the perhaps unjis.t; an
thai
intcrc-t, to our evtjs! the advancement t-llorl | hoji.s of the o'her ships, :
,,..i t4 ol'Dtt.iaMon) and other tncMuber i inlcrAcm :.! trout: thtir tfftl quiet l bubiu, exert every j jtn Two curiois, circnm tiee-* occur- Two luiiiifs; arc very noticeal.!** ill the di ..ctsMOII ; :
of f population, cu-ilix.ition, ::ie chris- lt aid of tin-, t 'ij'ctjnceutJ alit] !io-e- to.
> piwur !: a da/7.ii! : diay.; : between the UriiUh Minister
;iirnc.ihon'viih a complete! an.lcry mie l ios >f thc e .ships, which I tt iik worth and die Govern ._-
icd in i: a ;
sci-ihihtic 'I'ntlie't :
excited :
'rE!! .! 'u-a ii-jiluuib, conoticlcd by Mr. tit: niv, in wliat > :cms, to ) site I |P' >':: '.! 1:1 by the iiei Sjliout < f relainjThe tiriery! !! transport, which as I said men!!!, vi/ : I the pii'benatiii.i; .f r, oil temper, a::d

1 to be'oniy a freak of unbriillud pv ;r:-wei I..ric2ro.J.i- I LtL are i sent tah' >, ijee-e, vv'tic a de.-ire on [allis sides to brinir tl.e : ?
u u'.f, M. I1, lur Tjvcrt'in. About >i\ i Tht b. ic elves hi-;ion': v.cnt riirbt bow on the roc I:?, the bowsprit coiioversy 10i
i in re-t.-oi.; natural oilier matoriuls: of irom! cheer. in a-ail micab'e' issue.Vhere sucft ft'ir'F
fiii.i -'la n.iny justifications In over t tlt rack *%rt the sand : ju '.5' arid .1h --i jfctmi;
rr.v ITM-S were turned in few Vv'hc'j' the ; j ;pr
up a law: national: law, enlightened rpeduncnuJ j pui; ,, biacelet.i ', nuiije ad: c.>stcIt.! : i _AJtUi tiaC! theoliicers, :artillery ut-n :: -t Chip'si prevail, there is the bot feelings t-o hope for ut-
-N :t iiid I tirn-jJ i in a moi cxtraonlinary I tae lily cnk-rs a >{>.' t: Jid ,;
. up boi.r aravec, .sueets.-V. Y. Jour. Can.OF I
rational well considered !benevolence, in vvirat ) important; i ; made teir! way, aiul di'ped) sa.ely onI mate ,
conp.ny:
S'fl.s 1' iii'hi-s' j m breadth uud 9 inches fcetjaii chair: or rather :ivinlon; wiiile auiieroii Color.cl 4
: !, last
Aior tie was
to be bald izj utite-that the I rock :-.t-tl! s-thd. :
: I
'L Incss, ur:*!: cm from the /urrow and ; may wo pronounce atteii I 'lants, some bean.j i i her c:!' Jla.-.s Sx iriiai.cn.s, I I !. Eihfr; t fiom nitsjudjiinj
:
wiiile thus pained and pcrplecd with 1i I while! |1 \ ell- jwhocinrnindc. I Ipnui
are and interns, MAI1IELIT.
we ibi cosily :
di s
i r
others
: : d try; rovt r-( I in po'iitjon. the upper lii-tance, or throuLrlt tupiJat-'a! [>pedi
the iii-ciuMblc mmplmg cf such appnt! : conI Jid are .it afmniIl..Z on musical !:i tuit I >:eiiis I i j _
P f tliC | a jiariy j- eduri! !fthe r ''ck, and
5-0j bcju reael-ed! ;
< x-iftiy jii>
of I t.'o s on :
I cannot; fai to adhMc | ; and attract u crowd sieet.ltor.4.On ; ST.3IAUKS. r
Jir.ue: In i Leon bejoie. Tlio'Mia Iradictions, our judgement | l.l;: the sued: s'ipped down between it and the ship. He bad ;
( ) who
; : by steam has thus been estib.r : : ))- to the wis.loni and philanthropy; of the j jpoliiy j their arrival al ihe hour-e attired I the, openthe bmL-iiio.w ',iiair: ', loaded! bis pickets, : with money, which! carried him July ''a-.-/nir<(t, othr U aI.hmim.U0;? SLt.l, tiu -u at

.r .'II of KEMOVAI.. I Jt is be.-l for the \Vhitemnanit ; wait-i! ; at I lie door richly Ite l itis under water uirtcily, and he was no more seen, N. O. 4 days ; inJii to sundries., and specie to Union
I. tine her v.bo is to
iiiM
is the onlv! of the! | and! bcboldj lor the : lost from ihe Slat,). Ti e 1 1 ;
protmrsing heiui il.eoily person ..
hope ; .
; Nut few it I i- sd;: i iidedl.v ; ., --
hie.,
; f.ir a it
& 11 .lciftcace cotniition: : (Ler i te '..10. -)--L O) a Huntsman, Ucrnandoz, from N. U. com
man. lie wiUCIS :- IJr.ijir.sa a very ]iowtmi alp j. I 1 9
doouj-il liiU : : licitig
ol the .. =
:i ] : ? are slrnrl t ; with ( -- : : > al ti A. Cianc U. M.
; turdtv! t' Jllist tleUcbmont; of the llatteiitiiT 1 ivporl; removed, It V.MS ihoii oi that: j.iriof > agent S. Cl. D.
contact, with civ il.z itiun. It corrupt.-, but lie ii.on.i-ut xvi..cli I i\ hai cil uilh i iMI -ci.yrs were 27-St.taiicr American Johnson S'S_
: .:tdTIzj: liiLnus arrived hrre I troin in I tie, -.j.rJ.i i:.!! i, i id at i > Span'iN1; !, .Nlhrs: lor China) tni !ltl'be commanding trosnAjmdachicola
;
l does not tame: him. 'J'hy vice* of the Iron- ; iinxli J<"V !II>: :>!! around is lo tht-ni one ol deep j tinoMsiirimicnl! sevrrai( Inrre! ? had la-en got on ih.c 2 i kares Ibr g'eumnuent. 11 a I

;. ... on tht-r: way lo .ti k.nisu.- tier arc all he learns fro-n t the aits of the supe j dMtr-si. bimie, it i is ;aiUK-J, tvenhut tl.e d.nir | Mtvt-d, :flit hut i.I l breakuiij! up l !> >- _ t.1
(:tC brought down the lixrr in four j iiie fne- lhe I'Milc beinn canu-.l bacK, \:1-: j mam; dif!:, t thi'sympioms EUIO FO'I SALE. Ti e Mibacrii-cr o.'m.* i ..r"U'l r
and ist
hint aial i b.i uudaut
ciowds ,
that j : m up" < lo
nor race upon i thai: it w.is !i 'ce> :ary I
tuwtd by tie ateauuoalf; IiCW IS Cuss I lt-r fnifcil all time cpenus if! coiirl.>ni|'. lu1 c.iitiiMI:I MroiiLj oil' ai I ,atc a likely i'-iing nc ro '.vonan. I
iilcncu lo boat
than ;; belore th last put I
lapuil
more Jut
water dcsiioybhim ) pu tIe iIeet. O. !?. TAYI.OK.
Tal'tLiasscc.luy3O,5l.v)
borne !
H.n. Lt-cn l-y wo a
Tiie jjt-irt'.sl estimate we can i ia'ronauth i.rin.trv case: >, the !lady: havht. [ 1 bsck tn ascernia if! there j jj _
: : : number' or the sword. I He must* "o lo the woods" to I i.iiid over a diJi of the i 1.2CC&1! at ll-: alO.r! mi'lshipinnti! ; : was H'Mt I -KJL1(; Andrew Dii'.Iiui.. i h. ouj lirgtilfy iiut* .0-
<.Miic; f-oarcrs of thj I Il i.f I her > b hfl haairJ. On.gaining
oti
bo still! ly ryeS '
breath f.Sly; and live. Ldliim go itt peuce. tmii-od! : lo atnmici'.ipartmeal : :a j aught any lizLii a.-ent uuiI.g our a.l'Sf r.rc fuua t'.o i rcio- I I *
can, il.c hrtdi roiwi ,
\\ tud
,
; ; aa-1- clijliin.-:) nukes it a I little \ the a I (1fk his sttrpiisj was great to &ee One;
fit Co.
is towardihis unhappy l iMAsimUiuiiiK..:: tit: iai1l: 1) WiLLLUIS
ry.
l Hut there a duly ; four j ji -
J f. whi-rc i1iv uxma: l-ioki-ii
t.kfl, bail I "
2Juu. ll-lo\v! open
*. This
TJjoy under tho cbar-c i ticr 1S& 51w '
are Ta is C.HIM.I- tf iie! i-! :: : N'nmkeh1eJi1y 3Ohi,
people, vet to be executed. 1 lit: honor oi'tmo Icil > each oi.ii t r' i tnrcc cimla.>. : < them oul 1 on :
': I
an.l
1 < spread
Hii4t flurv ()fth( L. .S. Army, and csetiiral "t the! ii.trri.r c-i-ral; I of I ll.e diil'ar'! cas iUUUE.-'Lhc accounts ot Onaudtrr( *c ?>tiM'>i : I Ihafl
it. I h b--ea: uuihy: uiusliunin lIar pait: ( he
demands svo which was
They iuUs i ( midst nI f .
; in ll.e
't nation deck ,
: noth : Iruclii-encci
table "I'lursila
ortcd lix on 1 hate of the
by ; A !.ihizt Artilk-rv, CajiWtou i irrt-f MtlAMiiiiied. ; a proprietors
: : aiul >i.i' Caii cire I m w 1 !ihloa J
; many of them, of great ci imnescI z.ncs Ut it UI C cc.ctuony llll-1r *jente l, wiih bisveafion; in his hand. been j.lared in the hatnU ol'tie; stiliscr.ocr i rcolfeciion.
!
on.of | 1
the 1 oIICouutcer! jIiti
fill '
liifiiT" I
bid which l : 'IbL-v "' what: are \ou do. indi-bted fur subscription urolh'nviss
perhaps' lawful; in Indian: \\atlaie, i ihet > ou sir, .sljotiii-il! the n.iJdy, All perso1s 3
in i "
Tiiis corps was attache.1; to curdle our blood! (; to spei.k of. I L-t lh j guilty ; f.-icrtJs, ;vln> nwiJ the e\xMiu .r i-cIcJnMiiiig inn theic ? The bhip is Kibl tfitig lo pieces''s. requested to irakc immediate payran.t '

5 (J1i ioa, o/i th( I Irv.intou I lino ; ivf.jl irca-'mi.: ," was the reply ; 1 have as it is necessary that the affairs of the concern iiot.-I Ibcipceilly 4
.. be dealt wiUi by public j-istice, and punisSieU ; ( /Ljiece.hlhc Chmoe, upon "Tlu-siiip! may; jro of subscription i-.r L
'C'larnclei of Ilif life tnt am rcs-olved to r'obtd. The amount
''t11it of Jim I band ut! lasf.il all a
Ik-my's my
r' lived :
i cb. but the Creek people have this el.um ull, 0:1: I the wSuilc, !live um'-i-r the tei i o\ciiusi-iii: t the a poor" iraniTS: of his vi.-Iter he j ji the tix months lie paper has been published i is $2-t>.
To tbe rcition>
.
1 _
: far: toward.the I die! rirl '
'ea. Jc itlil >o camp our j justice.: They have been toniUeie[ !c 'U Astlu: r"c I lral'M'' j luriifd ; dv) >f car, {iLat mi:u i-1itig: ; bis totnoiunvk to J uIy3Hih.!_ _) 1836. _O. s.t-1.EV.J ; ,
:
>6iip, tilal they concluded to nvinhil ct to our power, bound, and vviihir.it1hope. iivvliich I l-'ts!: re'.IL&I; l i'' their-xMNi, dtnninio.-s. lot i I "a mistake." The fiiccr Iclt him, : ) ; ..::=MX utcks alter ,laie 1 kaltaaj'h.| u.' -1 I
sinv it was no ..
n-i; rttbeni enl'jico ,
justicewas 1 nion-lbanar-ntnrv
lfltble1 Perhaps their ability to j j attil lie was i.e! only mail in I that ship .brtiiWtati.n> on t'ie csl. te ,'
of
bud aided i I bo .trtr nyiiinlai'Miririi: : i iil ; L oa ountyof fir Inters
they taken sill]
,
power wiien wen: nominally ; Liis: place Unikd 6'trc/tc/ Journal.: icd_
they kee
litllo better rich .- late of said cmm'v (
'iVi 0. hui
itcparliiiciH U.
di ,
iiit.h fv
drit rr ;iutl(] dangerous save.I .- >.!;,!!, :,nd rl.e. ureaier a.-.iivily m a: i ray \Vt.\flJtt'V.! 4 ',
thus iuau>
fiee. JJut; to them, hc'ples>, eveiy b ll.. peop.cbtyi.nd all Julv30lh l6w
LJI( whirh dMiii- = lours sail !-TbeAtlantic ,
iiriucip-iU-liiuf ol the cicuks. l'i gcneious' and honest feeling, calls upon us : uaii..ns-are.. Mil at jut! [n-r ,t s ol! Two Oceans icHhlnfonrleex! united by iiTtL III U S ILLI AM t- In tl b r i'fuor Ut.i. ; U'I,
be
put AMutlo;
other to
tltj4.r Pacitic likely Dutnct
their charcto be conveyed ; and the are Middle
? ; even more promptly, than if they $s c.iiM.eral..e. Icil |...IXMr.iu.L'.l I : Grenada JOhN A.CRAIG, I
1 do ,
hi* fuiovrrs: | : and to justice this:: asstrrti..!!, They Lai.C Vanki-e tuteipiiNe. Tbe Congress ol New > Jefferson Couuy.
(to merchants etc.
MonlgoniPiy-- ui.ld
and vith Irom
i at liberty, aud being io Jo.l les ]}.dde! and) other
e .!nje} tvb1, were a dangtrous enemy : truiaih., | \r.\\ < urnn't-d: to M- Clint TS I
!
multitude of!
recoflected' emigrants arms in their bauds. Speculator have: gioundtht.ir |h, Mid, I ll.e". Ia boo r iu.lefjliirabU.I Ociitfratlyfrieik-; ; *, the &-x-hNivc privik-il f r 50 years undcr: the ROBERT V1CKERY. Jr ,

': rr'Vfl' tlmey ,jaied, down the river, substance from them, cheated ihum out [ iar, it is not au. ewicjrraliou. : : 1.1. ? alt I....ilwi.. iu "r.liiiurv I n.ttiip; of Transportation Company of the Allan-1 : dcft'mtdnts and aI 1acrSOflS CGflCCrTett areh re !
; here in advnnce, of other voc I I I one s > .tic- > oi -a Li bad boon nlotl in t.u
our 1 *uauu,-ui' *- iuuutiY- work, but m } .j tic md I'acilic Oceans: of navigitluig t.e! river notified that a petition 4
their reservations ny I '
eers, yet in the neighborhood of I Iratiug their laof nierclnuls IIt&L l eiLIICI l n.en ol business are :.c.ie v.itb steam. A l'iitthicr( exclusive privi- above case in the clerk's office ol sd ronrt r JiM ; -
Clr.iii-es
::4fl, : forced ihyrn to surrender property Among the iver I : Biddle of a mortgage, on a ;
: fur their ]iscn.jrrc. The "Ai- methodical, tan! eutrrpriMM}; period ii granted Mr. 9sSijX'
| < iliese for the same
sicd i.i ede so3th cest
.
inter
of the !
effort of
not I half t.
.
.trv" spite of every tradesmen, it U true, aiiiea: tier:: IN and by as the west -
are (41 l if
chides irood.s passengers
mi Irom service, lor ll.e 11-apportion Six, north
yet discharged I
will and ,nut be made the ;i.wb.T. or- scctio. 2 rtflgC
scenes, they ticnllvnracti-c tJi: guilty '
nii'.ed
? "ut h 1Ie woods n.frc,.l <| ihe railway, i'1 ac.' la J. atl'y kr 1actitoncTSJuly
I1 below the :
city.ity the of a nation .| iul.-rr.urse
waived known ; and so far as i is in po\v. r dar of dealers! e.xlon'ivc co.nnie.ci: I navijritiou: I ut' t lie Cbagies to the city of Panama, 30th 1S3G. aC'n! -
from their lellow citizens a Thcsloosare commenced u.ual clVecl of a re-uul l 1r chacler road for
1raI rich reversed. proJuces its : the public a iransporlalion tlCE.-1i
over I r*-set vim: to pair-
well -
armaud as a*
their L
hearty welcome lo and must be ptisevoud inlet who and lieiice I Ihese are -renerai pnnctua hoi -e> MU! nriles.Iitensive rIAx sumJe law, I shdll attend nt the fuhlowin;

Tbe hatiucd by the steady uivaucc of public fiiibltil: to their i.niruioinenl:;. Here, as in every concessions of land are made to Mr. M. fo"the of assessing the tcrrttorat and
be
ofot purpose j
'Jians were landed below the to may ether coimirv of Asia, the ffiealf i share gic- ilecree :lit which colonies! of na- places 18JR--
city ,
and the inevitable inilictioiB; tf1)Ui- Middle in I ihe same: couniv Toxf ffor the year .
tbexi: an,i npp-mumty for preparing their justice, Kxeculive.a-id Legislature[ rv i.-> 10 be l.'imul a ainonir the pubho lunclumanes ; lives; and ibeiguers: may be settled, nid: be excmp- iuE.ViuiIow's old plac?, 1andiy, 1st AugusL"
d1 ai lie The bi-rhest to the lowest these pi-ivm* for years. l't.it, i'uJay 2
their ihc opinion. and from I Ibe from "certain contributions! twenty At WuIKi rs Sore; oucn "
arranging little for ted
tdiQusflj bundles arc in possession of some of the facts, which mu.1y bo described as cxt.c. ::,<-iy cnrrupi and ia;>:ici..in One of! the last provisions of the decree! ordains, At E. A. Heir's, St. Marks, >.rfdncsJay! 3 a' -

e gloomy journey tint is be- goaded these poor wretches iato: discontent, This is not to be wondered at ; l lor I their steamboats al least are nol kepi in op At :laga"lia Thvirsday 4 i>
if 5
They ic-cmbarUed inwuoon nominal I and t the -:rea test I that t two old place FiKiay
were then \Yhoovtr but t Utorkct's
; i and stimulated them lo hoslihlies. s-ihries!: a I ic ,alt ry or ration, and that the communications are hot kept I At John Saturday 6 -
1)I] .started onward toward the purchase j ac as a ...,&; )leitis,\ I At Parish's Sore, KicKasooky, "
fails or quakes in this matter, in the riifi
ed 1Sippj i they Were here, they were of his duly, will be held to'hcvcrc' mere commercial l peculation. Ibid.Rv ;is to aduitit a,!' iht, ti.izzRportcIiCls btitreen time hours dl.1aii1c I I At At Jo E-twin! n htiehve's Ilart'd Tuesday 9 ""

great UUM1 ers of our citizens-and compensation* iuaO! (111(1 Iac.Jic licing etj'cclcd infourteen Atllandley'sold! place, Wed10
%ei1U accountability. Tauly orders of ibe President of the U. 1jrfcited.-JV. Y. I Tliurs. 11 -
to special is to be
the
say, Uhat the feolinjr if excltiivc 1iivtedge I Al John Kendrick's,
common liii' "
perhaps, but still a little uionetienl, that Major' Central 6aittes, ,.re- Friday 12
equate, Slain it :11)1-it.1; r I Tall.ihas&ee!
; At
,
: .epcominisseration, for thC ne,7 do snmeiiimg io ten ol Daily2c1ccdiser. A. M_ bfltil 1 o'clock.r
s Louisiana
not an indcmmikation, nray cini.cs. .f t the Slate of companies I I I shall attetid frern I I o'ctok, C -
hardhjps of their ndition and the froii six months Iron the jtauliai at. t h e o lflie iii i. -
,, redeem the chaiuctcr of our people theSe HM.ntcJ. muskel men to serve The Thames Tnuntll.-This stupendous under P. rbl. cf: tacli day. 1 can be SLJDIJLEI{.

ie settled! >lK'.cts ueforo them, until they be- wrongs, and with the long arm oi (edefil power day thevarrive at t the 1 babme, the I place ol rendex l'J lor taking is procee lini! slowly but steadily towards J. Azuklcy. HK.. 1 1tC
'" their distant ic homes is unJonbietJI.v ma obstruction occurred
'tbi strange can be made to carry some comfor to the vmis. This; requisition completion ; nor has any serious
part fiom 1 Iiuli-ii incur-
$ .co"'P05ed' of the hostile In- Creek into the furthest wilds of( Arkai as.MobiloCoui. I ImC lrotCChiOii tat- our frontier I : havhU *ii ce the works were reopened. The men Cot-art for the eoufltofLeon
iriliw -
ead the County
thj families thoso identi- the Cumancl.es. and some other there are three sets of men made to the lion. the es'ato ot
and
:
except leg.am vvoik nijriit day % on
[ ,, ofadmihuiS.ttatb0
1, to
aliavi ,le 1 lcehitigs letters
for
attested some : eight
been Concerned in the murders n ga i already nia iof, ad' tnc employed! ? which! relieve each other every late cfsaid coonty deceased.JI4O.VANI1ORIE. -_ __
>5J iJ jp g g d AUK
i t in the nei and there Charles S.
i i aCTBiiiBpMMn whites 112 ,
f wards the consists ol meii,
ulra liacb
S es f these considerable hours set _
"Wr have ; a i'lCH.-During my absence from the jerriU'ryPaul frontiers. I In lad we deem it by no means improbable supernumerics, ready lo supply any TE.UNDENBEItGER. -

i ;itie0 been delivered over to the civil N H. lltuleyvill.act as my ujjcnlnnipUomey that lor a ilflg lime, the elements ol a general are numerous, The waged paid are high, as July 20, ,33651next

f ibis State and Georgia, when lit loct aud James Wcitcott Lbtjl. as F.t.iyttiriioy Indian war have been gathering ulung our casual vacancy.
ea A. 1J4'ALI.
: i the 60
military. The time betweenthe at law,

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-,..- ; CANDIDATES FOR THE LEGISLATURE
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
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THEFLORIDIANNJWJ3HID I --- DRAPgF
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= ; ? IXMlMSTATOUSIs'OTiCE. months afilL are authorized to anaooace AETHER MA-

.. VERY 8ATOEDAT MOENING IT Guardians Notice.IA I tcr date 1 shall exhibit my accounts and Toochcrs. WE Eaqr. u a candidate to repteseul Leon .1LL41LSS3E! FZ'O

: : Four dollars in advance,-or Five in six month '4 months after date, I shall exhibit :o the jodce w the Judge ofthe County court of Leon cottoty, county in the neat Lefiskure couociL 44WE (zre.ri joor. &rL alL T. ,

i I No wiUbediseonunaed unless attkeoption of of the county court for tLe county of Gcdsdcn.niyaccounu as Administrator on the estate of Thomas Heir de- are authomed to aanoanc J AS. 81'E W- F 'would ill

: : paper d.Adfertisementa and voucher?, as cuarjian*;f ilary Ann Cest, ) ceasetl and apply for a discharge. Those hiving Eaqr. and Dr. WILLIAM TRADE. H rtperiJiIy Lii'i4thaLhc

1 ; l AeEdiLaCbefCrtDrTe.fl'P a ninor,and nptlv for a di.Lzr. claims on said estate, are informed that a trident has
*at candidates wjlu
willbe conspicuously mserv **- WELL, as to represent Leon coonty in the a new and apt
4 0. : aoa March *? 1SV.;. 3.VCm< JKSSEE_McC \LL.DMIN1STRA 1 been: declared and art requested to come forward and tiDe. e34s
the urst insertion next Legislative Council. 43. Fee1ia
I euty.iteccnuperiauazefoi gTEduIona
t? All &dverastments I ORS Ni, lTi.L-c[ m.uhs receive pdrmrnt. T. R. BETTON.
r hcretoct
p .. : fifty cenu for each satoequeat DflUtUe. 4L May 2S'lg36. 4J Cms 7E authorized to announce WILLIS ALSTON ext ,

R wUlbe continued uaifl forbid or other- after date, t shall exhibit to the lion the .J u3 { a ttention,To merit a contim ,
of the coi-rt"1or thc vf Lotci iYi'ICE.-SLx date will as a candidate to represent Leon Cy *r
county cour.ty ) accounts j monins alter we apply to Jim-ge cii
0 : u lie ordered. gewa a.ss.g
The CMJ aU letters and communications top and \ouchcrs, atd app'y fr a liisch rce ES Auminisirator -i{ J. tbeudc t.f the county court iSadsden, for a A VTW nextLe is'ative Council. 40 QZ ,,

4' .1. the EJitaVtDUsi postage U psi4,oi they will notrtceir autnUon. on the cstae ofTl.sms Howard hte t f said di ciuree from the ctUie of Simpson Wilson, decM., E are auihoiixed to announce LESLIE A.

: .I .I oonniv decease1 JASON t'RINSON. Ute cf said countv. M ARC ARET WILSON, THOMPSON as a candidate fur the Legza! Bice, black, mured, grr n, bottle -

4 ;r.%' -____j!_ I April 1h Zt. 4tffl: LEVI WILSON._ ti ive Council. drake neck do. Louden and GAd 4
-c' - -- AdalaJe, mulberry
concealed
All: TTl'rCfr"Ati"Tf >ns imicbted to the estate of E are authorized to announce 1)ttUItY WlLi ,
; COTTON GINS 4tUiATtI : NO 1 ICE.- pers-cs t.i\.r< W purple. Drat, and bmwa PetCASS1&tEa
j a : of anc %., .-lAMift ap. .rs: ihe tt3 ie cf Alfrtd Wteks, dec'uI I lA-ard Chandler deceased, are rnjuested to make LJAMS as a candidate to represent Leon r y. J

It r Ti HE friends and acquaintance Caacpbell lore -,I of-Gadsdni c' u"ty, arf rsqairtd Jo prcsea: tLcniduly paymeit to E. LocXennan, uhom I hare appointed! i in the next LegisLative CounciL 47W Corded
? informed that by cal'iiix on our diagnal buckikia
? cVcied
V/r ; Glare, are I scrd *. ert during ab.;erce frota the Tcrntory.Tiiosc .- '
j { ': be supplied wuh Cotton Uir.s cl auiheiuswicd witi'iis tie l.ri4c i by law. t.r i..y my aitthonred to announce Did Howard, the tidiest cors. P'd
i'i/ er atflLS they can Iron fc-iws to 1 l.cv i- & TV rvtcr U\rrtd. Thoe iuucbi J t- jjI 4 I e liave Ci.u.ni apai.st the estate, fill present candHttte to repesent the ( fiadsden GOAT'S hAIR
Stwl county
l : the best quality either Cast or 1 .. uiihin the lime CAMBLETS
I .: a rmrciasers. All uishintiie above arude ; estate ae: itouciled* to !.i..Ke irt'ncoiite paviscni.j .lie* duly a.Lcttc.uL1j prescribed in the next Le idative Convert. 3C3wp for Cfoilu and WreprTiTESTINGS..
.uit persons
44 J<. HN >P.\U'LLAN.% :l-v LtW. M;ARCUADLEl adna'r.4b .
C. j
,, will do well to call on our scents, vir:-C.Williams. "w .i' H.: ChanrtrrV lkfeasellb .

.. .. .4 ln county: D. Williams k Co. jecersonenrol I ADMIMSTHATOR'S 1 NOTICE.JjIX Spe'dkI EnTish azi ,
J Gadsdtn J. rd t>urn l>J-r! i vZ ilurd.t1 loth
D.Harrison county; Vevct .urt&i iid
, \ .. .* ,t *. v. RcLs1)n?; Wra. Jacks. Fionda, tor UrJcrparticulars : r. .>uttia afi: .r u-:.:t', 1 sh.i'l 're.ct. 'y iccci.u's C< urty cf J..iksuiurS cp .red Carties

c.iuny &c auj'Vs.'ujocfa for Jit a. st*..>.iiittil. iu>o iiiv u.Hon. .- 1IIE: |l-.ttt.a.fl t.1'" Elizabeth Holland, -widow rf ,

V. r as 10 price trCH1UALDCAMPBL uahtv, i he Juujp: of:he C'">ur.y c urt o: Lci .i Loun:> JL Lewis HoiIaDJ .iecea>eu. Uieof said couaty, ill lags, figured Wellinp, 4-c.
n eiL. for
; > -'. rlf j"MArchltf expressly jertics, Le-J
JOHN M. GLAZE.Uchee : :c a fr.n :tc .,i Lc :t. j.fcicnud u> the p.L-e of Jackson .Bounty court at merino Casemerci of ciSereat

I Gco March 5 yu 4 :e of .L.nte :_ '. v..e i.ex; Uciootr : .hr.. pryinUatCOmiUlUiOflerLe ,
Manon county: description Linen and
villtpf
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t.. .' ISiK S2-6ta N. DUDLEY.AJMI.NISTUATOR'S : ar '.)''-tcJ to rJ.ot anc! sitf l. .r dowtr, in the real' lars I cotton _
.'.St' ; Gum Elastic Sui nders ,

-. '! ; To Farmers and Oihei-s. II I .NOTICE.X I Ail T-M pcrs'Tal sons are ts'.atcf notsf.ed thai licr said tbe petition deceased is husband.filed! inuiu ROBERT J. HA KLE1% Gloves, merino and silk'Hoes, half, tu do.t 4
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S.1 THE subscribers h&unj: laktnlarre that ir.ol.s af.cr cj.tf, I t..al, prtsfii: my Ac- viScsi Auctioneer Commission Jtterchan plaid and plain iLk Cravats, ftney U
; t: i.c C4trk tf Jackson cmiufy court. < :
I I__ : brick st ve'mi.c upjr jo; rtfC L. counis ar.cl Youcl.rrs: for a ni.al seitleaie'it ; *!-d 1.1l.M DAVlDSONaud every description, Nett Dra u aac '

;.\ ;' city for the eiprr .s ;purj se ctMnz anri to the lieti.e Ju.:2c of :he Couiu> Curt :" 43 .1. S. WUODWAa'r SALE DAYS, Monday*& Satardays. and cotton tiann do, '

VVil int the cojntry trade, and mtrndir.g to i turn ,Gaud'n county, for disc iarci f t a U.r Aur j tn.s- 1C. l ;ti; Att'y.( Petitioner. Tallahassee, October 24, 1835 11-tf Rea4! ,r.44z k4r.-Drta3 r4 f

... : their soie; attention to the saJoC Gu
:' : projuce, would ir.vue those !; -i to bay. or !;. MrCALL.Aoi ,. ; -A..LL: 'ALE.-r.y vinue uf an alias! OUTBEY'S EDITION OF COWPEILJuatPiuh.eA s ilk, satii, piain and iir4 nys. .
I
;* *> lev 1*, u, te them a call, as U.oyirr u nerrr.nxo to ivr'.arv i ::;. ;-G.i lYJLsi. :f;. i icu L-y the: Clerk c;"the Superior Court in the style of Byron,Scott,Edgworth hair ctroblet cloiks 4- wrapp : Inaoa

I : I ,f ; on as g'xi tents, ai4 ;i'.e ai.li a : r1AKE 2'i i'--- %.tt-S ?: -: Lcoa o .uir.v to nir o..u::
lOT j>ruJuce as tin be obiai-e-1 ,n :4. i. IJ |II JflL o'j! ill L-c ti'i.Ui. i ine .3 ..i.e of Ciajso i, ;i- 'h. 'ore tt.e i.'..t.r of tile C'-uft House uno. tered. The works of William Cowper, cemprising 01 sn. and (, r ec : ,

T .v have just receiifd ant' i ; coui 'yc a.-i, 'r ttur> f aJnii.isiiui' .n llir c uiioofW.n. a. i.; ;. t ;uzIlt I"r &.s! L.t.s > SC.8T, ss in his Poems, Correspondence, and Translations. Edited his dotLs were irporzui ir te

t t N'-.th ail .-->t.nu. the .. } ofTa alta ae, vr :hall tnejm.ri'vcincn by ROBERT SOCTHET, Esqr. LL. I). England and he will
D. ll-.mtn.i i!i< ;. Jan.'i.', ?,>o..at warrantt
,q 4t 5 T.frees H$ce, :* thtrcon! IT so niany cf them K* will ljrVic < The present volume contains a portion of the Life brought U> thic nuikst, he will ao w

.V Y 2&0 ji.'i f S sp, I l. r1rE.A: !. i.:..> tun.1 O.\.t. i s.i-.. ,-l :..i4.J. : t l-> uira' ? tre am um of ajudcment: a cf Cowper, by the Editor, with a fine Portrait of the be trail, as they were pturh**

, t .- : tiO K*:: Lard, piy ac .4.>ar.i5 a".ii vouor.trsas : Jui. i sirau-r o: :ir" : .i't Gjr > 's .- nisraLrix1 in favor of the Poa: Poet, an eiqui&ite Vignette, by Goodall, and a richly arrival of the packet frora LJverpv l

H> do. Butler. 4 estate of SAHIUC! Maul! by, dectaj d. to the j.ide c: ;. S irtwten iejrJ i-ow engraved Portrait of tic Poet's Mother, by IL liobtn- I ly DOC injured by Mn .* JUad. He, ku

Orleans Sugar, WhUkv.G. CLctse, I the couiity CUrL of Leon c uray, and may to bec.iard dii- ; THOS. ESTON'RANDOLPH. son.The ploy men t the best, of workmer_-and be Hl ia

p I W. H. & T. E, LINDiNBEUGEK, ironi tnc furUit-r ..iritratn luorcof. ; 3; __U. S. Marshall.r following extracts from a host of favourable work in the best manner and at the ihorttx*
li. COLK.MAN.
4 dm F.
li-.,", Feb. 57,1835. > UT1C L.-Tlte sotx crii' rs ba-iEg qualined as adir.inijtxxtnrs notifies of this important publication : All orders from the country Mjacm3

Guardian's Notice.IX : j' on liit estate of the Ute Dr. Alexr.ticr ** The refined perceptions of a true critic, and the Nny.I.135.
L : : : i I STORAGE! STCIUAGE! STORAGE '. '.
_ : Wouott doc< a *d of Jackson given refined sympathies of a true poet, ara employed thro'out -
months djte, I sLihexhil-itto: Judge county,
t. S. : addition his old \vare-hou the acr -; atd the natural Kyle of Dr. Soatbey's narrative J. B. BULL
iN to \ ; i.. .,f the county court for :Lecou .ty c.fGad.uinv -- fjr alt persons i-idcbtcd to said esUUi to come ,

c .- subscriber has reccntlyerected a spacious bui'.d j jig icr cnts an J vouchers as saaiduin uf the rr.inor Ltirs frard and piy the s.ti-eauJ i.hsewhobave claims K altogether delightful. He brings many DRAPER & TAILOR

c SO by 2$ fe L forrcceivins cotton and roVs, ; )Jonathan Tt.onits and aj.j-lytor; a di harjc. .(jn.ns: said estates re rcquticd to present them with- new anl valuable materials to hb work, in Ute shape 4VA Bl f flp rvK M K _. ,

t. j:.; TMC'TIII1tAITY.! ; Marrhjg ]=35 3Vf-ins' JEiSKE M.CALL- -i; the t.aic p.cscribsd! l-y law, duly authenticated, of original letters and anecdotes, which throw new

.i.. St. Marks. PecemUr27thl3l. \ Lwe :'J-5 i.t-l'.ce: :!. ? plca-J m bar of r r>Tery.LYPIA light a the subject he has chosen. He has had access FLORIDA,
4 : -' ICE, to j.urC4ias cl .. ts. iu l; c \.fl _uduion ,- la the V3ry valuable coliactions of Mr. Unwia and CLLD ivttorr.z
-- -- ------- H. WOl.COTT reipectflly his -ie
ii .:., J. HLTE1-fl.t1 ..... .: to'Lc C.'V of Taj.-ha.-tc. T.t .
t, D'OCTOR L ty 3sc. i >- J. .;. ULACKWELL.T Lady Hesketh, hitherto greatly mutilated if cut altogether ner c.stoL&e1thtt e asVn
1 on ;Le Thor.vasvr.e rv-d, iJ T *nav.n U'er. c.r fT.i..ted, by ti.e Jud e <..; tl.t MiJtll-i unpublished! : and the publishers have placed lark, willi a r s* anal

: rules from north of TaUahAf e. res,>.-fa.y! offers 't Pisirci .f r-rii..t, T-'Usitt lar the C--ns. v imr .f : FLORIDA al his disj-otal those early poems of Cowper which GOODs, whici he is row oncir sprcocui i s( E rt f

I : i h.s p-fes.c.nai n t .Lt t-zus of L e' : tl.t.- Cay t>f Ta. tr.asiee. in the p.ace of J u.a Y. 1a. ; jLF.t-t.sUS CUC.STr, 'IN ( JI3i.1.J were writtei f>r the cousin he loved, the circumstances ki.iur4ufR. B. k J. B. BULL, ( ,

; Ly. Ar.ri 9th i-:",;. t :ty ccc--x.c!, iurtl-y lunifcs A.; whvrait way cohCir.i ll-c Ri2.L Lo.; :. connected wjih the preservation of whicli! are so extremely pied by the Late H. A*Pierson,) ai i to .tceity*bi .

4.":" : GOODS. GROCEUlbt, HARDWARE. :- cne I'D.-ai j in J ;pay li.t bulsr.ccs: : \e: Cue, t :. u.t; ;ji (; jI..J? tOichin*- > characteristic} of the devotedness *iuj tiio&e wijo wish to ctiase C3 Culi.?
DRY ?
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TI | .- &,_.*ioi! ; ;is a.: :.i; Kts l.avv: t.3i.! -s >"1" '
e f:4L..e3 h ia, f .1**.*. .Mr.Gtor rc.rta..inc of woaec and of the beauty of a lore sustained cali and examine his aLJ.-e1.t,
;: re L-.iin4n: Lis entire su:'* ..,i' G>.> njs u c tyof i-atJ, tsr. tijt fir*: r.f June nti:, vv-il U aJeiv>rd i : n l dii u rcrfcc.1 tillc! & through hojtlej-sness. The illustrations are the best i : of the follawirg, 'c- C44'bZ3 I Ilift.

p uUhasace, oners them for salt, on accjri'uir. .. f r s th under: t'.i .-' cds oftru*:. rtCT-iin U.c cUrks II. quiet to the we have scat in works .f lias naiurt."- rcjMijjr. Bue! Back! Brown. OIT GtT'n. ]
>:!; :e. of t.f. c Ji.'v r"un uf Ltun -., .3. M.-, jj". -tcM.Jj. N. i of S. 30, the S.
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!..: terras. The xssjn ient cia'TiC s tai vi.'tci iij !>iy, o fJ.e : .\& 13.1TfiC. I Ir. and Mired iU2JXWiJ2Xy2i2)3!
ry. )
f ... : articles, ind i.y atarnvaU fru-, NeYo.k, s nu I ; '; yinent of u.C: _.,_ TilO. UflOVN.1:7. :V.U". Jtntt.JiM; I'. L'.iJ J W. 1 and \v. J ol 6. prose which we have bestowed apontheembellishrnenU Buck, 31ixed, 4- Drab C && H3- '
S. \ i ; -i;. 'iznx.Vtzrv //. ku tci'e.-ie l" E. i if sacic section,, XBSiB
cootp'etc. planttrs at.o country nnrcLants .'i'- > vr.iOto : of this opening volume of the works ofCOH 1 Black, Lavencer, and buei-uti ALLAaAliVa i,.
J "NTV i ; ,
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w. ca.1 i i txcjuii4t i. cc xss tw ",'i'' o 1.1 it T ts iu u.c iu; -..'.jr '_ urt ivr i' t c..ir.y" Lui, 'a rc : : : ;' $' c' aid per, sctrcely comes up to their merit, ai.d moat I :new acd s>:pert> Article! never l
r 42 ? TILL1.NV.H _'- c.-: I'ijL'K; t-:" Flcrij.TIU'MASRROV..N ( t jj' *i. A en. ; ?fN E. iofsclion certainly iu praise can oierrate the high character *>f ; VETLVG .fcverv ter.
"M IL S & E. I
p j ".. UuBINsuN, Las rciiK> td his :.".. t : i.e TjC : : .tT't..L- T 1 this vnluist cu a literary production. The edition :of Black ard Bice CK'th s j ijr ; .%7.i-1j.i iJ.e :e'1t!
; L'. t14.1e lornicriy uCkUpiec y i; t Rev. U B. Ktrr ? aran*: Corapli.-ar.t, Cl promises: Lobe one of permanent and supo&aiog-. vt. Faccy FigcrtxJ &., sici jcs.
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..a j 'wtr Le ciay ouHays be iVano, waU&a iOitu. c>u i>iobosiness. CilftlST* ; iliR: C.WILLIAM?. i s si 44. 'I o.-.fi:' ; lue."-Cxitt J uri, Oc/er 31. i j S.Ik, ur, Menr.0, Vaec.z.i, ,

: fecsir.31 -54 rH I Hik : ;>_ .:a iv.-ir I"j \
ji. cr. c v J- .! 01. the derendonu, Wil'unVT tic nattcr this dy at Cliambcrs, ct last, and it sterns lo be worth waiting for.
1: TUTHEASTTIMATIC Co. l il v j ALSO A LAR GK.ASSORTMENT[ OFR
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D WB
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hii.s. Jitr.. ji : C4iiFair.if r by >TCI.IT -
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Vjcktrs. V In it vies
jjara.1 extecals with
d | : cn.tr? : : Jui.a P. the most ei rant of thc e ;
m> u.ciatoctvilized Di-\al. ainJ : ;-. Soi.cttinJ of C-jjnscl for C0ir.binants.h > :E A D YOIADE CLOTHING.
THE
iis which hit it
: t; : .A.-H2 to tU ;:. ic.t.a ad u.e c preceded ; as regards the Poetical Works
I socwiv the Coajuujj--nag c. ur.. :!. ; ;!. ;irt r.u: KiJi! l-jisnu ,s of-jcrtd SJ..I! biit l i' nltd, and it appeariti; by att- il wit! the : ediiioii !
: of tt.is disiKoi jrcsent mos complete which. } Amoc hioii : Arucks
J ; d but .v.: sa.t .u;- >vt out '*
: :.. a siigljti'-t tegkctedcold. By: otimjilori n ep; w I : ii Ro me, Jani.in tr.e.7.CiuUd Vn.ht.js SlaUi, lie ttdV" v ,: '-'I. i, > Tcrn'r.ty, anu u :hinthe United States, it iafurIierorJcrcd yetar eared. -Sptcttlor, Odder31. I J I Bloe! Stack, Brown, Olive Grtcii, Dahia, Vwfc;
AJJU
k 'A3 IPUI ne hundred inl nfty thousand per .,aid.e aiiuajJy Vkt.rs in the s-ilt- .4 "Tlereis no one among our living writers who | Mulberry, Green a.nid Mixed l>rm ifF flC 'jStec -
; uf ; jat c* and
Gtorpi.i: ai.u .K jj P. Duvil Dtfcndan'sajij anN [
: .rthccon.iicif. .os. ilot tf tt; ; -Jr.adf-i tt.j! : h ;lt.t ti. in U.c s>u-c of Kei.j .-. 'vcr i-rn of 1)' :.,re LIor.d.iv, ta! th day (4. unites research, taste, and sincerity (the laree great I mixed Or l-. be auribuied eol i. and tegizni : dfti..tnt! i ; rcqu-Vites cf a biographer,) so dehIiuol.'y! as Doctor J. littthwth rucriao } sjj tlrortiuU
uUr iin cuilted
; nv to common .Mr ar.c: answer ti! .tii.x4: % \\tC. ul-i! w.x: the sajj l efl Lt!! be taken I 1 ,;
c .
11 itmenf of the harraAin cough t.H! g ?fierallwbicbis eu j : c-jmj.la.-; ; : ic--orj.u LI:' law. : ;; : cWn h.-itZ .. ; S>nliey ; and it is almost superfluous to say, that his and superb drtide. fc'V.- B.ix rvJ Diux CWCi
1 : Ltavt
At'u mtt
; : >.f ih.s.ro.r It ac Jt.
a t
:: L I uiHillv followed tj ditncult Lftra'.hinz.: pa: a 'j; } pul' hto lorUiur, it.itol. lud J1t 2Y. I3G. I;i work is as readable; for its aneoJoics and co'iiernpoo-I ;iii fur Gettrn.< Black, Bn>*a Aad Oftt

j T J., jmlje *>de. and at last Ulcerated Lan Vwlvnl and j si)" sy..ei.cuS.Aj for 3IAS R.NDALLJud. ; ry &k xhcs, as for its clear, manly, and tlcgant style. I, Green, do, for Ladks1. Blw*,Bbck, and DnbCbdi

i ; ) tdAZhfl..CattaCkS. al o bnujon Cou>Jinpnvc Hu.uur.*vc, lour i.i'-i.i .s succxi\t.v. Bv rer 'vf Lii --- i As rtirds elegance of lortn, and beauty ot illustration aid Cassh.v-re Plt. Block Mui, LaTeadtrad!

ued THOMAS: KENDALL, Juije. uTCEL-S1x s afrdat I &LA5 apply; to \hc can have n. hesitation iu placing iLu editu S Corded BuJuindo K. Bar dcetiTJisd3 '
c, J.fmptm.u. One or two dollars trxpe ia tut jurcii3 e. ,s > :
JAMF S. Liw.Ol-rlc. I
414riciti.rr.s > ilitJiiti *' .f Uit orjnty court of Gad-nJeu countv c-f Works above I
4 e aDUMFRIES Covper's any which 1-avc !LitLc.noappeard. tinelt d.j do lU'Und Jaclt )1STh of ail d n -
; i UiLt lU1'StJ11TE.._ ; for Icturs of a-la-ims'-ration on the stz4e of Allan E Er'zL ."-JUnwrtna Cklt t17 1835
Faat
: 1.i.: : REMEDY FOR THE PILES'The ; J Lions, Blue ar1 Blaci Cloth' Black Sitk tnd

I' : begs 1ese to r* couuii.d .uL.chJjtd : against tin. tsuiic ol J jhn Warrtn ccc'J. t.f *JiLty ii.cta.tj. ** It txkibits that care and judgnjeittia'Lecoflbeiwn I Vcvcu! of all Paiurus Figurts, CLoi\fd\ SOtE
proprietor
.p : ->e with the fullest\conCdtnce) or.e of hc inc.iu: ; arc heieby rrtuj-'.*.! 10 prts ntthrza duly autStMioatr : .... __ _ WILLIAM NUNAN. 1 and trcuueiil of the materials,that skill in inurweav Satin, EnclUh 6ilk su i, t>, Brf;C.alicV! !*

aWe rei& dies known for thi trocblesouie and p infbi' ; .d 'Itui tLe tti .: by w, to Le YllUE.-l'ves afier date 1 s tall aj; ;Jy Ul'ic ing thet into a clear ard copious narrative, and those 1 cia, Merino, and all iii nxoi ircved paerzis ut

4 compliant.VithoDtgoing: into detail lie dH.-tus it tnocsb l.vu.g in CiuLicy, Gao.-der. o.uuty, or lUy v.l; i ii"ii unb.i Uttf Judge of tiie county couil of graces an! attractions of stj le, which were to be lookj j are to be ,und asx/c the Uust ia-.jomiiiti. A*,

tu sar. he hi* in" his pos.esioutbe rit ucdocbud .<; fortvcr cirrtd. Tnow: iiiCebt\J l>j ti.c tj .:c iruJAMKri k.i.uscu toai.ty f-jr jicr: -f .uiii.nsraK; : on the I td for fror; one who las already shown himself such a largr a ort&ient ef Fine Linen Sairu, \VhiteiUFlaiiel

,- lestimo6ia!# that Jt Li more coni lCfljr an- rt ited t t4iae of: J- i.nVarn i dtceuard, who died in that : a consumable biographer. It has all ih* cLarm cf a dodo* Drawers, Stocks. Gk tts, Silk lha*

er.dthe purpose for uThisremedyi Ldi it ntc1i, Li.& an 44 GIDEON cou.y, -*< who Lu': resiled a! Tame Hay ; as beautiful york olimagination,combined with the pita- : kerchiefs,BbckSilk CravaisGom Easuc B

: deer popLa.r neiciue. -u.: I ACL.-& ':. t- -rst n..y o:' L* ..- :...: ,tu -r .!.c .Lii t/;* i.u. u> &a>J !tcdini sure derived fraW the convictkxi of ks truth. The I|I Silk, Coon&ed\Vorted HseyGeIleme F1Bcae.r

;. perfectly innocent i u its alo of Lton our.iroun.. 1 sniln-jy.v fcr .c- ., WARREN. volun.e is >eautinJJy bror Lt out." iWtrMi CL.. 113Th, Satin I.aver do, Yes Satia [ '

I : i all conditions, ae and ie<. Ku.l d.decnption ..-.-. tr o 1.gIIlr3r4Jn : 47 Hide, ..NVroii 10.IlL. er do, Fur Stl Cp* Urcs, ii e'eq ar.

.- "a } of the complaint, Ac. acci'ttiiiy; eacL, a no crtoiis of JG vin, 'ec<..v>- *. DMJ.M&l'iiATuil'S Ui'lCI.-AU pcisuLJkhviIZ ebquc4it without the s&rblest aScciaiion of} wlicli is needed lor s. Gec enae's c..E.

packet whkh c nu-ts oftwoU/ie*. Oirit.i.ea: ar.dKlectoary. .J'iIv4. i ; ; 4. !WNPv n. WALKER. ? demands against the estate *f isunud i.ClirA.to.cr labour, unn with sympathy anti love (or th: mierea-. i J. C.B, would also notirVtkudunog uc past S&

: Price, $1 fortlie w.'iuic, or Zu ttula cut _u i t ; d---cA>cd, *'f Lton county, will present L ing man Wio is the subject of it, full of strikm? a&cc-' roe r, be has been ea.rvtJ ia sxi f-c nrc tL' -w

t\ .:t.$.:., one ci" the articles is wanted._ i. ti'1 CO'.V r.jj.tvi" Leva Cuuuiy fef t.c .i_ au-t ; t:,<-m j.ojvn, ..c (JIi.j;: u 'Ian, and ia due time or lley dotes and inc discriminalkx sketches, ai d stamped ( articles,designed partjcut r.y-ibr csarket
e of will bo larrtd. tiukse indebted the : throughou with the evidences of a true poet's bean J for GbaatSS and dality. .re it to i.e 5ctp.tby
OTIC E- All persons are fore**ri.cd nut lo trace pun strau Jii li-ctr O'llaire, decuiAtd.: : to estate will couc
.1 : I. for a note ffiven by m* to Mr. Tii.t! Mi *t' J-'y. : 'i.c.; -is R1CHAUI* GRIFFIN.I'lCE. I l forward _: occe and acule. We are qiite SUN there are aome part* ot Cowper's an in thu scctkn ocuoatry; ar as the
.-- -------------------- -- character and of his nvMimAihisloryron which, Me., ( been his e e-a
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: ----
: -------- msdup cv
..: Gu1sden for dollirs tI-.e ---------- ADAM WIR1CK Adai'r.
4 county, sixty na Tir.trty cceived s..c i ..i ti4S ai'ier ,
: ft uaic, u.c suriLar Ju'v-2d l-'o.) Soothey'i researches wil tow a tsw light. TSr! some d. of eoofiJcoce, rerooaieod tEe saw f
: for said Dote unsound.is I :i 47 5rce
prvtes their itucl.ds
t jZe'eZt t.c.: t.' ;!. I
.ec.ui pMUfialitoptrationsareexeeUent 4
tu.at) ; we are psfOcabr j those visiiUipuroUse a first rite UC-
U. 11EXT-
: : ; JAMES ; o: 3t.Jfl cojRty, 04.j Uj U disch-r-w oller.Ix ecJisolter date appltoiUvn will : with I
; the
ly
.ny :: 1 pltased portrait of the poet's mother r iu j would merely add iku kiaCksha'c u
: '.:: AMES S. LINN, His just received 1rut: N. Y. luiii ti.c u.uii..ii.u-.i.ri i i itf Htnrv F. Yon: 'e- "" o v.jott.j ti.e .niuraie! the county coun for every view this is not merely the best, but beyoad all J JcompariscotLe imnvediatf frota t.e i4 z. fiv
JOHN \V. i i Li-oa COU.T.V f, r letters of n.inrstnUonon on the eUte
% asma.IIaortmentof.Jeidry.pateicas&.r.stn.s MAjNZ. i l the
r d undtesiicks, a few very ivipcii j
: I cnmpasses assorted fine double barrel guns, j-ereu' d.j-i Ct.LaIvSj:..ru C.ri.4V 4. w____MARKS. THOMAS. pcbtta eye."'-C nMrrn Herald, JTeoffnber 7. '

: .... sion ups. diX wi achcs, s-hot belts aid j..i.-: r! .-).?, \' Trr 1:3r.Zu Wt May 3d I. i: :. ili iJc tocouuty '.The work will beconie a standard classic: iustybris NOTICE.

iteui-ceedle-ihuadcn! books, paper, '.-'*' i. LlTTLEILty U. Jua 1 .I :::1c c&.rt i.i ii, : co niy of Gfcdsdcii, for pure, sweet, and c.rnhinuous-its arrangemcntjuoicious TJE UNDERSIGNED iarai e:

: L Ir; ..$ I j-uenc.Ij, eu. etc. etc. -14 j 's a11.tVlI l.tirs cf -wainiir.vj:: v:. ::1e tate if Dtnnw Col45Cw and as trr as it has gone,we think l>>u cieci on tire iLient.-4 of Mr. G*?x:: Ez -rule t

NEW STORE : ) T11 :.;s. JOHN LANIER.pMIMM'KA'l fully deqoau to our hi1 est eipeetation. TLe em- estabhshuient cooiacir J = '
apr*a.-s ;o ;U iNficUwr. vf the bdliLl melts are in a style of hi eti excel.'ence. The 1 hirtuier
PROVISION AND GROCERY. IT er.rt, U.it Pai i \ UTS NU'flCL.-Att : ton i. Eu>orv la ii3 ht ; '

t.4 subsrn'o rslmve united iheiuicitts Lr.derJc I .d itJjn-i3-) > I't stiein' t.c Unn d tuc< h. -.t...: c.jLiri.s ij-a.t: u. j esuie of Jiiuc peiso Cryan, |xrtraii of his mother is intensely ocanlifui."- -, :hc: b is is<>v receiving i c t1'

THE Ut iCiiOca in tht.ri.Mnce; of TCXJU?. It is ihrr-.Kne i.vic of Lt.u1 ." ueco..aed.re ifffv: Cw4IraFrcuaber, 12. meet ol Gw 'rb' )
ofLeieey k Manor, for the cf s- ufIy rtuired to
:
purpose : on zi>oi 1r1 of nta.'s present London BLtlr.iailJCaADOCZ. .fers the
2.i :
4'i'i blishmg in the tuwn of St. Marks, a Grwc-rry GiJProriti lr3tIJn: U r.i.Je ] scjciu r orderu: u.i.1 ;. ,o- ; tictn d-ly sui?tiiiMUtrd % itL4ii: thc time nre.scniwU'by New-Ywrk 1 ton, Nw York iad IaL.tfe.;
: Co.trc WILLUH JACESOS
$ I urni cf six u.ui.ti-.s'* aj.iCi- % wIi I l "tr.ver barred : 41 at reJac=i pr.ces a: Z Cih'
** i"tr Their builoinjs being iArj.c t id lu: % .tr :ney < : : those indebted
ly t ti: statute SJch
jn c.m: n.a1t. aini lac irru. ALSOExpr.ed -
:.A.tot.J.
; coinm<>iious.ihey .kewise propose atterditg to tic I Iki ; l ;..e csak ?.ru t *M *S"U ti in'tke ir.irnediate p EXV DRUG dTUilE. _
Jt ay- Ttte
M..J rt w.tle i t, David TLo.T.as ul cnoei jc:
co 'u-.pcr.r adrieaO respeoij j rr.U1riCF.
e : Hectinug uKd Fvrvtirdinf Uoods ad CoUcn, tovrUich ;.'.''--t. -ii* ELIZAIiVAN. Adir.iiusiratnx. I' fully iaibnusihe I daily
answer or dciuur, :o :k he co..pLjp :Vt.:: f. cu public, that he has cpened in L.rcrpl, cc. .
: r '*' they f4ede themselves to p.xy such attention herein Ufoi-c U.c cx ira'.iuntf MX t JiLsor iht-. T :.'.- .:<-Jt j.u.o.-.ry Jcni. uftj.Jstncoirntv cout-t the; cay of Tallahassee, next door to the |-oi. olSce, a 30 tons Jjzaefe i IRON
:, as wiil entitle them to a liberal share of patronare will : 1 ij ..' arid drug Urre, ia which he ill
U taken r.onft: : so. A iue fn v rir f niyac -ja -ucLtrSjaad pray w keep a renerJ assortment I 0 Cmes Eii i rzi WARE
from theMcrchanu and Planters of the Tti ritory, aHntigliboring c.-j.y I-- L 0.5-. I! '< :.. :..;. Om.MsUulur hi the of Jts, iLdLC z cA
nuram..!_ :_ _4 t : counties of Georgia. Ttu r p xis MI'ILe : i t-t .-.c l"V: .: M .rr. d-.nasccJ. i and all the uaouaric.y of ariicJ&s thai U.tou to thi. IC ) acks
soid low for ca h or produce. As they wit: er>Jeav- iJOHNPflAGAN. ia i- : R..-.-.r.- ".' rt. Jre p 44tn W. (1. KENAN. line of bcsir.cs. I Mcraszio:: :
\ which he tfers wis5 :e
j it
c' t* keep nn haixl a constant supply f caoic*. and i.i'tr I The shop wiil h. carrird on by Sir. Lcvis who is i
I II % j A Lli.MS 1 ilATOS'S NuTlCE.-Tuirty xysI3a..u' I New York prices.CoUoc .
rorqaalit.iesof Giocenc* and Pn>vi ions uf *\i well evluivtud
a and nced"dru2 ..1
wl be io-ide experi vst-a.nd all oru'trs unil.
r Oiie aphtifi: to Uie judge ofI purchoitd -5
I : 4 description, Country Mervnants and Planters uiJl i''u and :!
I ut .*:4jr of Leon : prescripUons will be most laiJ.iu'Jy aileuded TURBUTT R-BETIU.1
11 ; OTICE 4.A..U4ity co Ue .owity for icave to
it is 'tcit'jy of the .
1 R greauy to their uilersi ti call. Their St vre is r.tveo 4 g.ven uisi.tuuony I "" t to.
< JOHN BLAIR 1.'C.t1i 4. U1 .) '-tC1cr.t. iflt rctvrr.abie; to >c I iLc reai tiU.it. rI.t: ..: ;o ti.c esuu. of S.u..uei I I I Talhhassce. Get 1. 13- iNoTlcE.Tbe
'- ; : term of SAJJ T ir.c amtnu.oed : .tv ND.. All drugs, Sec. warranted to be grx&i**.
4 WM. c-.n.n. TciY-Jur.
MANUC.BuMarks. e
1' : ar.
4 J. EDWIN STESV subscriber s
ARTFOR .
t
ei. otijvr : RSUftlN MANNING.
; Jan. { era'j-: inuitaifj! art
Er; 16th. Is36. iStfriCB. re.t :.tu a r- New-Yock,
; '
I ?"'v ; z6< .'0 I a
LLIZABKTH
;? *t :*.(.h J iu Lte ott j u'.i. ;i "ltd in t-.v! c.. t-. f GQIJT.PING. SALE.-The subscriber Las received tLe aJ
: Six by
weeks fltr d ite n !. -.iii ti v tit -enera: a.c'ne'L ctd sprir.
} ; R. II. M. DAVIDSON, AuV. for P. .7. I t tLT : i.. OTlCL-u 14aULU3.I; Susouehinnah from New Yurk I 'r.choannes
asia the
:w .r jj oe iiia'le to the judg< of tLe c--Jri foe .he I -Ms1tmo: ant:
county i iV Juiy t';. u ;. j L i.ur uac i ia-a s--i.iti: u> ihe juJge of the co n- Schooner Lady from New 51ai;
Washington Oilcans
O'Joty( Lena, fortciUTi of aJaiiuiSLr-iiiw.i oi liteestate __ __ _ and I cantons andetc. iflapIa ;
Nd-I.I: ; .. 1 1 tv o- .ft fr :..r _nty of Miuivjn, acccw.iu ahd! oiftr for sole viz & ;
my cinap. : brown
H':'I !' of Jrha il. Gore late of said cookir dec-.s.u.Julr 1 I 3, 4 ar4 4, bZec.hc :.rim
I. 23, 135 pO6qp TH<. S T '- \.1DY IRA iA.XCL'ilN, t >--.a-.l .. as r.Jnin;>:ra'.c-rcn ih\; eii.atcof Gee. Miiof Old Madcira, Musat1 atI Mala wes, 1 4 and 4, furaueol 000=0* cc ;

,s It Latt .vj couu'.v deuca ad, n nJ apply ir a dis- New Or1ears rum, od recti5e4 wttiskcy, rye. gin, crocitrypar. waItPete.
spcriAr 4vfl ( Ts;
.w O1'JC.-41uring my &t>-. nce from the : JOHN' Rm JOHN) MILLER.D.vll.Mbl Best New York
PHAGAN, t cazal sour, N. 0. sipezIne dour Expected sci>o< vex arsa w,
I i Paul H. will per
IJarley act a and
: '. tact and James 1). Westcott* my agem *ttorvTyju "JV'OTICE 15 Jtertoy given of f then-uuti..n of th:5 ; 4 KAllJlX'b U t'1td.-Ahi persons; Butter crackers, cLee e, smoked be4 'ncrruigs,colfee, meat cf hardware, and a Jew s* ?"*c rran0rtr

1 i at law. 30 E&qr. as ia y a.u ricy 1. i suit by aiudiiner.l returnable u tto n.-xt Joiv1'erm SL:, tv.n'j c'ii.sa.t. the estate of Miles Spear Lwf and brown su ar, half Wrreb Nos, 1 41 barrel gums-all will be soU low Xc5SP'
A. F
c1i t DUVAL. of said court. The defendant and ai oiher ijtf L.tMti cojntv dtcc.t.-
It' VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.-The persons are ixqtiirtd to a.r* caririj ;.SuU tjt.. > tiiem: duly auhcn'.icued uuLin the time prescribed I DuPont1 and Rocg rs* gun powder, bucksh c, A* DcY. ;:

;,r for sale Lot number 231 in the r.&Liun kd in this case. t tR. by bw or they uul bo forever barred ; those indebted I Sewing twine, cut uails, with a tnmber of otkcr sea April di I S2aw.

: n original plan of the city of TalUhassee. The improremeau II. ii. DAVIDSON. Au'y. of KM.: lo Un. tsuu ore i-ccue&Uxi to make inuoediate pay.nenL. sooabk articles tot tediovs lo nenuoa, which &y iostive -

.4 4 ; thereoa consist cf a two story dwelling July 15. 1S36 49Uutnct. 1.LW ELIZABETH SPEAk.ixl Ti1* tb.sc b. isb NOT Tb subscriber ka *

I house and kitchen, also a small dwelling wLtcb rents MKkhe r'k -JIRASAMiURN *. BENJAMIN BYRD 4- Co. ._, -hick k*
for r4wJU : IciEL) djiily by the Bravo a few barrels of % ci
: one hundred dollars per anaum.-.The xcmiscsre *. JonelSditSSC. 45mwulLr. *per th first
..e eocloscd f door, prk and whu&ey. which will be sold oaucconuiiodatiug wjjagiapurdisewiLfor io wcfi U
'K Heaoffenf.ruieanerogi' vs Ai.thrnert. i lerms. Orders accodpanied by the UUTAL. wk* aaa returned to }1otJ 3Oa: 17.LE.
; th.saaelvcs. 4$
17
aged aaout
FRANCIS M. VINTRY "l vy
.She -.u % .li be subtly: atltuded to.PFACHY. tot&1emicWpsrwset1ysndLC.AL } .
TaHafcro c.dTiCE
Six mites of
yean u east
an eiellaot house
7 I 49 sec rant. 'OT1CE is hereby given of thi institution of this j 1 ) &MANER.v LKN. Lave associated tkejaaelrea ia the praetk o
N r' JOHN G. PADRICK.M 1 suit aiLacl.raen! the Law.
by :, rrurnebe! to the ari: Juiy ; They wLlkeepanoficealTallaltassceSi. aa
-st.L
: k MECHANICS LOOK term of s>ud o.u.u TI.c dcfcnaani aiid oil vcr |>cr !. u .ubsenbr k.Lvta ; ; $ Joseph,and wil practice in the Superior couruiD, Mark and }
AT 'i'
& Jontl.kn ,
; ,, : -WiU' be sold on fte 30th ot September S.JP.S inicrcaud,*ne rt ;uircd :o appear u.tl ple-J U> j *;. nd G.a.y Lruiik ItuJiflft Geigitatitz, fo UCavL the couates otXe ,Jeffen ,Gadsden, Jackson, and itehum.Ifer 01said catic,
,
r next, in TroupviUe-LowDdts the Cc-U.irvuen j 'ed in the case, i FI FrankUnandin UM Court of Appeals, They pledge l any
Georgia a num the .ak of L ol s3i
county, :
.4' 3 ber of town k>u ; Trouprille is beautifully situated R.: H. 31. DAVIDSON, Au'y. fcr prfl.; | cia> in the Course of' the:-U-cnsuin s. IpCCL a supply They hesnselvei to give strict attention to all uutinesK CUB to ue in Tallaiossce or peanedi a t
j month. are
.; ; on elevation, immeduitely Little river,and with July 1C, .t, 4:) I I isionid from 4u to 30 S.I"s, and"wJl; be sold ou ae- f deu to tleir ciana c4acat. W M. P. DC VAL. Mark-crop and spfitin the kA, ID4 1PiuisJerbt

: in a few hundred yards of tie junction of this siream 7 r0 iitt.-ui; 1&runs L.Iti e* ; zy : L.nn R. C. ALLENFebruay in the rigtl car. Branded

_.: 1 with the Withlacoochc river, whkh strtam, we have I the esute of Wi i.Aiu D. llurr. oa deccad, arc J On huiiiOcaik bao-o. and UX) barrels flour for 13th, 183C. 27tf 43'uT1CKTbe

,. I r o doubt, nay be m&d.e navigable at & very sciall ex- hereby Mirnctl to present tc same ;o the ub-Cibervilhiu SA> low f r cash. \iY' WARD AUSTIN. NOTICE.l1flE suosci er wihe zs,

I pense. We think the salubrity of the place, nvi'a4 the Uaie prcscnl>ed l.y !law, or they will Ufor July 5Sd I3G *OCwU 1bscriber respectfnUT informs the pnhl-ci sbuin is indebted, uir by b

V surrounding tion of this stream the together with a fine cutiou ccuinry 4$ ever brred u1 recovery : anc1 all th -j "ir.ijeutd: i > ipb K 1 X G m y abs ttoTTKa _c a j'pouited John- -H.jLP : that he will hare the tK&jiSHEBBS tender a.cow'UT1CF.Duri.g s for

t place, are sufficient inducement* to said tii&lCj are requested la, make imoittii&tc ps.I..CM.:. Beaie Llsrr: .R1btf:11LA: : :; aud nued
; invite the attention of Merchants and other : of \i! > iiicello, niy ageut and atlor- thoroughly repaired up lor
pruftsi.r onau B. MLACHA3I Adniiiisu-aui-: V. Li I. f the of those who to b *c*
., characters to riew ih i.ey in -c;, uj uiusati ui* my Uiijuets. recepioB are'williJLg patronise j my *
,, Terms-One half place. Harrison: duiocy, Ju'y i3, Is3 l rJ 47 WILKINSC.SMITH.i""uiK'r. him by ih,tenth ol*December next. He pledges himself .1.. ,
paid within six months -
the oth .-At the ntstjanuary ur4 of cJi.vlJL'n :-::_ > that eferv anrntioo shall be paid for he accoiaiQodauoQindconveuience -
er at the
end .
:r p of twelve! raontlu. Notes aod N1rc JOHN 1) l AIii ii u.y agent and at-
: appx>vcd iourt. Uie utiJer gited ailuuntslraior a I i. T*.. : of hi* patrons.A. -
.i ecny: will IK requimL t : M ; 4.icy ia ficf; uur4.- my absence from the I 'uT1Ci.Dwwg! myE. ;
( the estate of Williari D. Harrison deceased. will urt.- : .. A. FISHER.
t HENRY STRICKLAND i. Iy. R. PARISH.J E. LUckbunc i*a j4
1 e4ttii u.d ( ( ct&kiian Mic.isnkco Ta11haieI Nov. 20th,, ISSi 15-tf
jan > 12h IS. 45
JARIPJOIINSO.V. $ o.
I eitate, anJ pra-to l>o lis jar.--ti .
iicroirr.MLACHAM"iiM
'? SAMUEL M. CLY ATT J | i SLA ii- I TOTItheeraI Thomas Brown n myAOtboreU 1.fl'1L .
i ifilS0
I Jf vtryUescripUuu lor
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41 ,. ,; W. U i.
JOhN KNIGUT. j; f fE :1rtcon. d-iir.cy, J rCl, if CO jO ,' is othcc. 4Th wot, cluria' my abaeoee froii FV.GAJITT.. I atnt dLLLig n1oTt -

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