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

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aXIfrS1&;-" '__". &orfulolU, Mercurial,Syphilit :and other diseases Berthelot&Des. A..9 Morris\ Lieut Governeur burg: :shall l he held on the first Mondays oC April !': j

of Landreths' WHICH DEPEND UPON Baldwin 7 Miller John and September annually. '
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''.tb L 1 I;erby 18:4.: 30tf 1.13.: PERKINS. prepared by a new process, without boiling, and is Brjwn CscrneJlu1s Mclver Miller George Lieu Daniel An net explanatory! ; af an-act en tilled"! ;*-an act in ff f, i.

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NOTICE.Subscriber -- -l.aL JWa'. from the most approved McCaskill! JMalcom ( planes. .t
his sincere thanks speices of smilax. BrcwLJC Be it enacted by the Donate and Jlou-e of Representatives ,
return to his SOLELY from vegetable matter by Moody f ;
T1IE: and the public in general, for the liberal 1 PREPARED Baltimore, which may betaken Its efficacy: has been repeatedly tested in privatepractice BijJ Capt. John B of the United States America, in .

raiment lie has received since he has been in with perfect safety by all ages & in all disease : In the successful treatment of the worst forms B\tle'Uray'VIlJlam! Maloney\ Clayton Congress assembled, That the act of the Mih of 1 f'..
jSpi3cel:) (' and solicits a continuance of t hell' patron- its cure arc lor the following diseases : ol Ihe diseases, for the cure of which Sarsaparilla is BilL: K: Robert H Matthias Harman July, eighteen hundred and thirtv-two. entitledfftfa&wttiSiSftnSrraitvteys '. ;..,

tichas just returned from rcw York, and has1eiveJ Loss of Appetite, Indigestion -Dlpepsw- recommended, after other preparations of thai medicine B 5 Miller Nathaniel. &, inclined" /..
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age. the Panacea fcc. ...A ; Emily I 1\1' n ::_ .
Soniersett direct from that mach Heart had b/-n I.c.ffccL '::
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Per fall and I winter G ODD 3, COMiauina' Fistula., Obsirurtrd Mensuration: or mid Flux, Pile, A nornbor or*__.*' .xt.n.!v. ulcerations and Affections ClemenuJ D Oys Burn Mr I hall not be so construed as to include spikes, pins, I. :'
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".ttt&l. 1 thef Art It.I U vjtupCb .- Billious or Remittent Fcver, Typus Fever, Scarlet of the hones, in simple Scrofula, and in Mercurial Caipcade Alforti O'Brien Patrick or chains, as railnnd! iron. ...
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'J.. black, green, drabf! and adelaid BroadCkLhs. Fever, Small Pox, Erysipelas or St Anthony's Fire, and Syphiltic diseases, have permently cured SandalCameron Pigott Peter \V .. APPROVED, 1st July, 1936. ;.: I
Phillips'VilIiam .
I AsthmaPleurisy, Measles, Yellow FeverCostivenessWind byits use in 3 months, without any other treatment, Caudrey ft ames S : An act to provide lor the due execution of the '. ,_;. _
nfl.dl.'l'J We milled Cassimercs' of different colours.In on the Stomach or bowels, Cholera Morbu., except the most simple applications to the parts dis- Price George H laws of'the United States: within the Slate t"Michigan. '
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eased. A trial of three bottles nCleveland Peebles Stephen S ,.
assortment of super Saul ts.iOOI"I'resof Consumption, Influenza, Colds, Coughs, Inflamation two or in similar cases .
cScy-iLmscVS| : and Fust'ans.EiglISh of the chest viii pIon the efficacy and importance ef the I ?usan C 2 Powel NathanPearson u.
Gout Rheumatism pre
; Palsy, Infiamatory
Corbit Geoge Nancy Be it enacted (l.y the St-naleand House of Representatives t-:
French and American Trims.gtej sore throat, Croup, Intlamalion of the heart paration.It ...
Dropsy Costin GeegeColeaian Pons Don Franco of t the I United I Stales of America in '
Fs7ed 311151111! F.tflC' :: h.tw1s, Handkerchiefs,and Rickets, Diseases of the Liver, Jaundice, Difficulty has been found particularly useful after calomel I P..
Super; r) Lustring aid Fancy Silks. of making Urine: Glect, HysteriCS, Nervous & Scrofulous where that medicine has been given freely! in scrofu- Carpenter A:ohn W Dyer Robinson Roberts WIlliam Jonathan 2 Gl.llwress oscmJed:: : That the laws: of the United t .

a1r0C lons of the members and lif aments, Mercurial lous.hZl.blts, or In the cure of certain disease. It isadmirably Dabney James W States which} arc not locally inapplicable! sIIJU. \.

j> (ucs.&C.. .; Co'011 Bag!;ip.jj.s'jfl and Vencral diseases, Ulcers, Sores Affectationsof calculated, in such cases, to remove all dis, Douglass Roberts Nathaniel have the same: force and tilect within the State of .I f .

) weces bun\n, bleached, p'. d 4- stl'l pet d! Domes- thc skin, & all diseases arising from Impure Blood, ease from the bobyand restore the usual vigour of the Davidson! /ngus Helen V Row Rose Joseph It Michigan, as eUtwhere in the United Stale: ., .

Baleft'ne' ; ; black! castor, bca\ tr, drab, and WoolHit's. &c. Price per bottle 2. constitution; and may be taken with safety and advan Dawson William Richard Hugh Fortune Sec. 2. And he it further enicled, That the -i r.

This m.cdicinc has a powerful effect as a Spring and isge when the system is mercurialized. The use of Dorsey EFitzpatnck Ragins Harson said State shall b? one district, and be calledthe : ,

A few dozen Waldionr nnnncts.JlIO Fall Purifier, in those whoso constitutions require one or two bottles, on ordinary occasions of the kind, I Col R Roach Spencer J W : district I vf Michigan i: ; a uJ a district; shall be held 4 f p9

pair: RUS5tI( Hiojaii Shots. nourishment and new vigor ; such persons would be will prove an effectual security against secondary diseases I Freemai Josiah Rilay John I !therein, to con :-t of one judge, who shrill: reside

540 j pair Kipped( Uirt .in Shoes: I much benefitted by using two or three bottles, which I ; and .n recent cases, will effect a perfect cure Flake Dr Rush LaughlinFletchex& .. the :said;: district, and be called a district judge. j. I

(reiitkmui'i; ai"' Ladies "Hiking Slmcs. may be taken without regard to drink or diet. Many i, afi er 3 or 4 doses of calomel, of 5 or 8 grains each Paud 3 Snell StephenV' He shall! hold, at the seat of government of the .f"-.f"m .f"I> :
059 pair :\NcgmUlar.kels: Lire Rose Blankets, &c.Old persons are diseased for the want of blood being pu- night and morning, have been taken, followed by salts Fisher Sosan E Southerland 1
Phillip said State, two sessions of the said! district court Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin. ified. Thousands of
Cln Uraiidy persons are destroying their con- and the usual local treatment. Forehand 't
Wines Teas and stitutious James Sande-s: Stephen annually on the first Mondays in May and October "
by neglecting to
Whiskey apply a
l r.fcif.! (- proper remedy; to .
The above valuable article for sale the Graham Lieut John Smith Elizabeth r
Drug and he shall in all I.ave and
and Jamau Coffee. such the Panacea
Cuba! St. Domingo will be more than double valuableas I ; things, exercise
Store of J.
Mill an assortment of: Cutlery Crockery, and a certain and effectual weans: of restoring them to EDWIN STEWART, Geradin Gassawa/Monsier Shaw Simmons Capt Mr the same jurisdiction and powers which were by 1:,
Waie &c. perfect health and vigor few families Jlgtnt law to the of the district
Hollow l : ; are exempt Tallahassee 3d 1836. 4-6w Gadiiri Mr' Stillwell J W given judge Kentucky :
\Viih\ many oihcr articles too tedious!; to mention.All from :Scoibutic: Affections which exhibit various symp- Gnatt James Sessions C R : under; an act l'lIlilcl'! au net to efctablfcli the? judicial : r

(.(which will be old bw for CASH, or ap- toms as Eruptions, Ulcerations, Debility, Loss of Ap- OUTHEY'S EDITION OF CO'VPER.-Jut Howard Thomas Smeet M A : courts 111'lhe t United States." lie shall appoint g

pNUit CreJit. Country Mcrrhants can i be sup- petite and Digestion, all arising from impure blood, S Publukcd, in the style of Byron, Scott,Edgeworth4c. Houston Edward Thornton S B I a clerk t lor the said district, who shall reside : I :

J.1ied at a s1\1111111dnU1Ce on the New York prices. and if not properly attended?, are sure to producethe Volume 1, price 31.38, in embossed cloth and let- Harvy Thomas 2 Trimer John and keep (the records of the said courtai tf'e pace: :

The subscriber will advance, and ship Cotton toNe greatest injury to the constitutIOn. Panacea is recommended tered. The works of William Cowper comprising Hawley Williai L Turner John ,I of holding the s-une,'and shall; receive, tor. the services r -, t
\' York or Charleston, S. C. lIe. will purchase in all seasons of the year, and in particular hIS L
Poems Correspondence and Translations. Edited Hancock Anson Tinch Leonard performed by him, the same ftes: to which
Cu-on:: and -rne the highest market prices. as a prcvcnlative from all c iseases in warm climatesand : ft.
ALEX. FOIUIY DUVAL.September those when diseases by ROICRT SOUTHET, Esqr. LL. D. Herring Amy C Thomas JaneThomsoon ti.e clerk of the Kentucky district is \l.'j law entitled .
persons, are prevalent, by The volume contains
present a portion of the LHfe Huguinin J M William: :
5, 1S33.NOT1CEDvR1G :;. 4-lf taking the Panacea three or four limes a week,or three (for; similar erviccs. .1
of Cowper, by the Editor, with a fine Portrait of the Hunter Archibald 2 Underwood & Co. ttf
or four table spoonful's when going to bed and the Sec. 3. And in; it further enacted, That tlierc
absence from the Territory, : Poet, an exquisite Vignette, by Goodall, and a richlyengravedportraitofthcPoet's Harley Sarah Vickers Nathan 'f f'
my fear shall be allowed th of the .
said district
person may no apprehension of being attacked judge ) ,
Mother H. Robins'nThe Hale Benjamin WhitakerJames
PllHmF.Y w1l act as Agent, and J. D. Wei. by
at my Law. with the Cholera! Yellow Fever or any other disease, following extracts from a host of favourable Hale JounHarley Whitaker Eli B. court, the aumril: compensation of fifteen hundred

ult!Au:tlr.ls11)Ii )l-6-3tf Atorncy Jrm II. PR.AXCIS. as this medicine: is a valuable restorative of the sy"em notices of this important publication t Josep3. Williams Reuben K dollars, to commence: from I he date of his appointment 1]r= ':
,thereby invigorating the constitution,and enabling The refined perceptions of a true critic, and the Jonston Mary White 5amuel to l lie (paid! quarterly at the Treasury u!" the '

LUKE MADIGON. it to bear the debilitating effects of all climates; it is refined sympathies of a true poet, are employed thro' Johnson rshaav White Philip United State I'': .

rII1EP.E was Jqmsiu d about the 20ih) May 1 last, conveyed by the circulating fluids, and corrects their out ; and the natural style of Dr. Sou they's narrative Jerkins JamesWeedon Elvira Sec. 1. And: be it further enacted, That there .

I 111 the Ctfltral }j ..lklJf riorida,9 dollars for the tendency to all those diseases which" originate in viti- is allegeLhei delightful. He brings many Johnson George Walker Richard shall be appointed[ In the said district, a person

lci\c\ tof X'DP individual who& name appears above. died blood! to diseased affections liver of, deprave the ap tite, or predisposition new and valuable. materials to his work, in the shape Knowls Rev John ff'rightTTWiiheringlou I learned in the law, to act as attorney for the United ." _
Sint-e that time Madijrin was diowncd. Now this lungs. original letters and anecdotes, which throw new Kennady A Sally
hlo inform all liojimy) be inteicsted, that any person It resembles, in point of taste and flavour, a rich iglit on the subject he has chosen. He has had access Kerr & Sturges 4 Walker Geosge K 5 States, who shall in .ifldition to his: stated fees, j ,
cordial rather than a medicine. Every person after the valuable collections be paid annually by the United( Stales, two hundred 1:1:
or persons :legally authol ized \\ill! upon application to very of Mr. Unwin and ((175 Letters)
to the Cashier; of said bank be paid the abovementioned taking mercury, in any way, should have recourse to Lady Hesketh, hitherto greatly mutilated if not alto- ErT"Pers'ns:: calling] for the above letters, will pleas dollars as a full compensation j\lr\ all extra _._
: mm. 2-3w one or two belles of this medicine. In the decline cf get er tt&publisked: and the publishers have placed say advertised the 31st day of August.I. services ; the said payment to be made a quarter- ::.

life, or v. her f he system has been impaired by excess, it his disposal those early! poems of Cowper which G. SEARCT P. 31. yearly at the Treasury of the United State E

,,'): PLA\'l'AlI0\ LAND it nourishesstrengthens and supports il :-;it is not were written for the cousin he.loved, the.circumstances Aug. 31st, 1316. 4.3wTAKEN Sec. 5. And be it liirihei enacted, That: a mar- ..
FOIL SALE.-Situated 10 miles resuming teu far to add, that it actually prolongs life. /'Artr******** _:*.L.t.1 \ -- soul :snan ueappomett lor the said district, who
Ea ttf'fallah:1! : sccand 18 miles! This Paner..1Itl' !; hpp.n.i"ttf""b; .... !I.- r. 5' 'f*.- C.-. "",mtjr touching o characteristic of the demoted- UP and committed to the Jail shall perform the, duties:
\t-'tWill'..'iloiUiciUu:( and aUout me a short time, and has received more testimonials in Ita ness ot women and of the beauty of a love sustained in Jefferson County, as a runaway, on the same be subject 1t) the
same (l hta; nrc from Magnolia, f ivour for its efficacy, in so short a time, than any\th. through hopelessness. The illustrations are the best 25th hr July last, a Negro Man' who says same regulations! and penalties, and be entitled! to .' f'L: '

on Lake Lafayette, 200 acres of cr medicine ever discovered, and its name at horn: and we have seen in works .f this nature."-ExamincrlJVor. I he belong* to George Brown, of Sumpter the same fees as are pre cIILe(1 and allowed U> '

Land, SOofwlidusuiider' cultivation, with a cuml.rttUcFiam abroad, will induce hundreds, aye, thousands, to apply 15."The. County, Mississippi, and calls himself marshals in oilier! districts. and shall moreover, be 4

IK**'*. nitli a first rate pin C'ir. and a 40' saw cotton Notwithstanding attempts may be made ta impair of this opening volume of the works of high, boat 25 years of age, very dark com ally, ;.s a compensation for all extra services : Provided i

Gtn,and another 1 out lioiJfeaiequiMtcon a plantation confidence of-the public in the efficacy and cura- Cowper? scarcely comes up to their merit, and most plexion. The owner is requested to come forward, however, That th's act ,shall: not take t1R'tt: .

Tot ttuib: ..uniilv to Uic sulibcribcr on the premises. tile pot.ierof this medicine it will go on to conquer certainly no praise can overrate the high character of prove property, pay charges and take him away; oth- until the State nf Michigan hall he admitted into t

JOHN CARNEY. disease, relieve the afflicted, aad earn for itself the good this volume a* .. literary production. The edition wise he will be disposed according to law, the Union, according to the provisions of the act l,

Au!. 20th, 1 16M.' 2-Gw opinion of thousands and tens of thou ands. Already promises to be one of permanent and smpassing *a- \VM. TcC A UDELL,Jailor.. entitled an act to establish the northern hounda
------- -- Octoltr MonticHIoAug.! 13th, 1836. 3tf .
it has earned for itself a name which dastardly attacks hw.M-Cturt Journal, 31.
STHA YEn or stolen from the sub- cannot reach ; that such is the fact, the number "The first volume of the Poet of Olney, has appeared MEDICAL COLLEGE OF THE STATE OF S. ry line of (the Stale of Ohio, and tu provide for .
MTibcrffo or about the 10th inst. a the incredulous and it be worth for. CAROLINA. the admission: of the State Michigan iuto the
(jf lelteis in possession mnst fully satisfy most at last seems to waiting
Lay colt, three years old next spring, ; and were it necessary, there could be obtained In externals, it Ties with the most elegant of those ANNUAL COURSE OF LECTURES in Union on certain conditions.7'APPROVED .1 "

hf is not quite bridle-wise, he has along numerous testimonials underthe ba/ictity ef tbe which have preceded it ; M regards the Poetical Worksit THE Institution, will be resumed on the second 11 July, 1836. '

tail, \cry thin, fshort neck, and a oaths of those who, after suffering the most acute and will present the most complete edition which. has Monday in November, in the following branches : An act making: appropriation lor the of '
Jo'erallc payment
tolurmauoti: small head any person finding or giving ar.y long protracted illness, have been entirely restored t. yet appeared."-Spettitor, Odo.tr31. JJnttomy-Bjr J. Edwards Holbrook M. D. charges incurred lor the support of ih about the said colt shall
: be -
liberally re- .J
health, but it does not enter into comprehension of "Therc is no one among our living writers who Surgery-By John Wagner, M. D, in the District of Columbia for the
ssrdfl GEORGE O. McMtJLLIN.TallaIiae tmnv, how it is possible for botanic medicine to effect unites research, taste, and sincerity (the three great Obitetriekt-By Thomas G. Pirolcau, M.\ D. hundred and year .,.
/!, An?. 15th 1836. 2tf snch'wondcrs the has Doctor Practice Medicine Dickson l\1.D. thirty five, and lor the '
in healing art, as experience requisites of a biographer,) so delightfully u of By Henry of said f !
) TAVERNEKEPERS. proved then competent to peiform, but such are the Southey ; and it is almost superfluous to say, that his Phyiolon-Uy.Jamcs Mowltre, Jr. M.\ D. support Penitentiary for the year ei"h-! '

rfW M :: :: .-We offer the"Jackson Hall" facts that they cannot be denied. work is as readable for its anecdotes and contemporary Alateria .,ud'ca; .-By Aenry R. Frost, M. D. teen hundred and thirty six. t'Be

I' 'forsile! and are picparcd to give irnineTtMEltCI1ANi'SANI The above medicine can be obtained of G. H. it T. sketches, as for its clear, manly, and elegant 8lyl*.. CiltnmtTy-Hy C. U. Sbepard, it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives I :;

diate pofcsefesion!" of the "Elall". Adjoining E. LINDENBERGER, Monroe stre t. Tallahassee, As icgards elegance of form, and beauty of illustra- Demonstrator .An4tomy-.F'. Wunbman, 1\\[. D. of Ihe United State of America, in I F 1

"" eliavc3 stones, wL.cli: arc rented for the present Florida, with proper directions for using it. 45 tion, wc can have n* hesitation in placing this editionof HENRY R. FROST, Dean. Congress assembled, That, in addition to the unexpended :
!lif,two of wuch} have fine c.lUrs.: The Hall is Cowper's Works above any which have hitherto Aug.Sth. IB?G. 3-lOw balance of six: thousand four hundred & J t

twoswry, Gt (ttf.lolantJ, 36 l broad' with six fireIb.ccl I HE SUBSCRIBERS have on hand a quantity appeared."-JlitiMnm, October 17, 1835, -5----CENTRAL BANK OF FLORIDA. seventy-one dollars and fifty eight cents, of a l former :1 i,; .

Hi: neatly painted and located in the centre of :L of Cotton Bagging, Bacon, Flour, Si'gar, Coffee It exhibits that care judgment in UK collectionand is hereby given that an instalment of appropriation, there shall be, and hereby is, :!!

an B iiiiijsonie: ; I.ealthy and growing town, supported by &c. together with a general assortment of Dry treatment of the materials,that skill in interweaving NOTICE <'!r8 per share on the capital stock of appropriated out of any money in the Treasury, I
I.ltenSI\'C lad country' ) on the fertile borders of the Goods Hardware &c. which they offer upon good: them into a clear and copious narrative and those t
the first Mon
t'hatuhoocliee; this Bank will I.e due ana payable on not otherwise appropriated, the sum of eight thon J
65 miles below Columbus. their Store in St. Marks. They are also and attractions of style, which were to be look-
terms graces A.THOMPSON
in Norcnibsr next. sand Jour; dollars: and (
Terms to suit the purchaser. daily expecting, by first arrivals from New York, a ed for from one who has already shown himself sucha day .1836 4-4w Cash'r.SA } for eighty pay seventy three cents,, ; .t,
Sept. the of'offleerz the .
? rCTER L. JACKSON, PropritttT.1. further supply. SWAIM, LLOYD If CO. consummate biographer. It has aU ihe charm of a purchase of materials :

-- Gt'U'.es. Anna -. 20, 1S36. 2-tf St. Marks, Aug. 1st, 183C-52-8w beautiful week of imagination,combined with the plea. DDLER Y.-Just received splendid assortment and ;Implements! the support of prisoners, and I ''1
sure derived from the conviction of its truth. The Gentleman's Saddles, Kentucky and English other continguent! expenses of the said penitentiary 1

HACKS. oT1cE.-T1ic subscriber wishes all persons tow volume Is beautifully brought out.1-Morning Ckro- Palern for and during the year eighteen hundred and ,. :..
[ om he is indebted, either by book or note, to nide, NOItaL! 19. LADIES superior Quilted Saddles. thirty five .

>cnder> their accounts for settlement. I "It is eloquent without the slightest affectation of Headsand R.eins: best style, warranted English. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted! That i for :.I J,/

49 GEORGE LANMAN. I labour, warm with sympathy and love for th* mteres.i '' Pelbam's, Snaffle; and Weymonth." the support oi the penitentiary lor the one .t

'riCE.-During my absence from the TerritoryPaul i ing man who is the subject of it, full tf striking anecdotes 2 Setts" of Four Horse Wagon Harness. thousand; ei:.!Iil hundred and thirty six, ye-ir including ",.
H. will act as agent and attorney and fine discriminating sketches, al\d stamped ((5; Cert de
J Harley my the of the officers the
in fact and James D. Westcott Esqr. as my attorney throughout with the evidences of a true poet' heart. For sale bw, on the usual terms, b/ pay purchase of t materials P
there of Cowper's n. H. & '1'. E. LINDENBERGER. and implements, the support of prib ners, and ...
at law. 50 ___ ___ __A.__F._DUVAL._ ___ We are quite sure are some parts Monroe other contingent oi( the said : l j
character and of his mournful history, on which Mr. Upper part st. expenses penitentiary ;
,1 1 NOTICE Andrew Dinham is our legally autho. Southey'r researches will l throw a new light.: The Tallahaaaee, 31st August, 1836.: 3lfNW. the sum of fourteen; thousand dollars be, and here
L---- p ;_ cnt during our absence from the Territory. excellent we are particularly by is, appropriated out of in the Treasury
WILLIAMS & Co. pictorial are ; 'f [. & CO. having sold out their any money ,
THE FALL 1836. 518w pleased with the portrait of the poet's mother: in & of goods, wish to close their business.- not otherwise appropriate;>> I. ..
RACES over the Western Course atv"tombus Monticello, July 30th every view this is not merely the best, but beyond all Therefore, they respectfully solicit all who are indebted APPROVED, 1st July, 1836. S .

lu October, next.Gco. will come off. u the Fourth Mond&y NOTICE to Leasees and Commissioners School I comparison the best, the most faithful, and the most to the firm, to call and close their accounts by note. An act to' anthorixe. the Governor ana Legislative .1

hut lJ.2y.\ fascinating memoir of Cowper that has ever met the The partnership is by mutual consent thi! Hay: dissolv Councit of tlio Territory of FlorMo, to ull thc
sweeprtakes for 3 year olds, $100 U the Herald, November 7. .
it entitled
Be by Got.ernora.nrlLtgilla.li"epo".n- public eye"-Ca'T7IATH1I ed. N. W. WALKER.R.
Cl'S vrancc: !the, .'dlfforfeit, '.wo mile heats, to name and cil of the Territory of Florida, That, the Territory I The work will become a standard classic: its style MILLER. lands heretofore reserved j fur the benefit of the ( ,
1st general of
October. seminary in said
he is hereby authorized, and it shall is sweet and continuous-its arrangementjudi learning Territory.
*coid Treasurer be and pure, St.Mark?, S.ept. I, 1836. 4-Gw
Uird Day-3 mile heaU, purse $4O0. be his duty to demand sue for, and receive all sums cious, and as far as it ha gone,we think the execution of Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Kepresenlalives ,
G DVIINS, ENGRAWK Bank ? otes,
l tCT'h D/ly.-4 mile heats, purse.gjoO.jettg now due or that may hereafter be due upon leases of fully adequate to our highest expectation. The em- M Charts Book Plates Bills of of the United States of America, in .

....aynd! D4y-miic best 3 in 5 for the entrance School Lands in this Territory ; to require from the beUishmenu are in a style of high excellence.! The Portraits Maps, Dplomas: Business, Cards' Congress assembled, That the Governor and Le- ,I 5
$ZoO. under the several acts relating mother is beautiful."-Glasgow Exchange, Ncteplates, gislative C une.il of the Territory of Florida
commissioners appointed portrait of his intensely Card of Address, Bills of Lading, Watch Guard?,&c. j
The Alabama TilE PROPRIETORS. to said lands, an acccunt of their actings under Courier.Jforemltr 12. Also,Notarial Society, and Counting House Seals, be, and they are hereby, authorized to sell and
Journal (Montgomery) Hur.tsville said acts, and to report the same annually to the exe- London. Bitiiwix, and CKADOC Silver ware, Jewelry and Wood Engraver. convey, in l fee simple for; the benefit of the Uni- .
Aajocate Fl0idiawill Augusta Constitutionalist the above, Southern 7 insertions- cutive, to be laid before the Legislative Council: Provided New-Yerk : WILLIAM J A cm: ON. 41O.1ftcc Copper Plate printing, neatly executed. versity of( Florida of which, Joseph M. ".hi, ,

* | forward their accojonts give to tic proprietors. nothing in this *ct shall be so been construed made as the toconfirm .f tAt Lake UTimin tf Jt. Joseph Canal if Jl4 1- Ordsrs 'left at Mr. Towles shop \vill be punctually R. K. Call, Thomas Randall, John G. Gamble,

_A\1\ ... 1t.3 leases that have heretofore by Road /l._. ... l former auditor of the Territory, of the School Lands. SLJo.epbAu15,1836.. Talfhaggee, 3 1836. 4-3w Ben. Chaires Turbutt
lPU1tTANl' 1836."' Sept. R. Betton, F. Eppes, E.
TO SLAVE OWNFRS. 13th February,
Approved Wiroico and ELI '
in the Lake
TREASURY DBFARTMEKT, ) THE Stockholders Office of the Board of Directors Lockerman, Fitch W. Taylor, J. Loring Wourr,
1st 1858. SIn I Canal and Rail-road Company.are hereby the Land Co. Ashbeel Steele, and J. Edwin Stuart
rcuL4BORERSWA.WTED.. Treasurer's Office, Tallahassee, Aug. that instalment of 14 dollars of are trustees,
A jUAIBERof good *v ,king hands will be em- conformity to the foregoing act and uulractioni, I informed and notified stock an of said coany, nI :New York, Aug. 16,1836.At any part not exceeding one half of the two town.
plojd' notifies allleasees of School I per share on the capital aneetingof Board Directors of the Apa- ships of land heretofore, reserved and
throughout the month the hereby appropriated I
year, or by the at undersigned, to be paid at the Company office
lhe: Yard and the rents due on said lands, I hereby required lachicohLant! Company, on the 13th of August, 1836: by Congress for the establishment
"iz : ;In j near Pensacola,on the following terms, Lands, to call pay in this on the first Menday in October Dext.I .- and support of
tbet'a.11I i opus' per. month and one Nav) raton daily, rented to them by John) Y. Garey, commissioner un- I I Notice place is also hereby rinD, to such of Ihe stockholders the follovinejtesolniions were adopted :- a seminary of learning in the Territory of Florida

] 1 e.o ration being 20 centi, consists alter- der an act of the legislative council of Florida,passed in uid as har failed to pay either of the Rezo1vad,11iat a sale of the Lands of the Company and to appropriate so much_of the money arising

IOr lately bOf.r ih beef and vegetabte", salt beef, salt pork, the 81 I. November, 1829. And all commiMioner, ,appointed I instalments company of 10 dollar. per share, due on the 25th of which bare been surveyed, be had, and that the max- (from the sale thereof) as may be deemed expedient. .

-- beans rice, molasses, vinegar, whitkey, under an act passed the 15th day of Febwy. Jane last and days 30 thereafter,that'the said 2 instalmentsof imira pries for.the present be fixed at ten dollars per for the erection of commodious and durable build
C.&c.alIofwhjch forthwith to this department and.f other! qualities in proportion, with the exception -
""The is othe best quality. 1834, are requested to report 10 share each, with legal interest thereon acre, for said ,
f per ings University for the purchase of
Wbj1S'Y! made in conformity to the oflive'oak hammocks that are reserved from ; apparatus -
part the ration i. not tthe whatever else be Suitable
.valuethereor((90 cenls month) in paid the act of 1834. CHARLES AUSTIN, to be paid at the Company' safe, may
per required
ta'rt IQ money. 13m Treasurer of the T._of F. paid-is hereby before the first Monday of October next ; RaoltedtJurlher, That sales! be so made as not to such University ; and to invest the remainder in
: will office,on or injura the seine "adjoining tracts. some productive funds, proceeds of which n
also have
ndiln'e the benefit of Medical nt- of the stockholders as are In default at
*illk.Ce' when confined by sickness no deduction"l'h OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply( ad-to and that such in the of th or any instal These resolutions! to be published in the Floridian, be devoted forever to'the benefit of said Univer-
countvforletterso that day, payment present
made for the first week of iheir indisposition. the county court f Leon Brown deceu.ed. oi the capital stock ff MId company, heretofore Tallahassee and the Apalachicola Gazette. sity of Florida.
C. maul
lUna:.per'od); ortabor daily will be from sunrise to ministration. on the estate ELIZABETH of BROWN called brand wqaim! to be paid, may expect the 4tf THOMAS Pres't Board BALTZELL of Directors., APPROVED, 1st July, 1836. '

b ktLr"j however, an intermission of one hour to 1-6- course provided the charter to ensure the payment An act authorizing the WinnisimmeiCompaiiy to I.

Iller two hours at dinner, during the Sum- I -Aug. 20, 1836._ of all or either of said instalments, will!! be immediately layout and make a onlands of the United
will be to way
WM. date application barrels of the above
J COMP1'ON BOLTON, weeks after :; RAY'S PALE ALE.-SO
r-L 23, IB36, Six Court of' Leon, to IeuerI 1 enforced. has States, Chelsea, in the State Massachusetts :
| 2-5w Couimand't- e Hon. the County ord.r oCtht board or DirectorsWILLIAM U"artidt.. mad.expressly for southern use- just -
ill triSCui?. Bulletin Mobile Register<< and Flo- of'admniitration on the estate of Rensaher'HaUejr By lA'I'RICK, See',. buD, received. and for sale py Be it enacted by-the Senate and House of .Re

raid<" their, publish the above for one month, and for- ; deceased late of said: county. JOHN flEA.Aug. Au t4, 1836. 4-5-. 1 LiQ4As TIWNGBASTt. I present tives of the United States of America,.in
toGw ,
wcounu to this office. i 20, 18!$. i


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Tbzttbe Lnurnrnet z ion the said yitd: protided. TbWereir ; 1 '. % : It1 hrice. '
til 1i in the ComflW O M3SctUSCt be, .. :- FLOflfli4'FE
a; wel tbe -
ccttaie *s
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1 aUtbOflZCd a d ;;I r The lO.OOO. 'unleers aalbonzed under thee
hertby ares
} they 1 as of the materials (orM'-c'w -
': to lay out and ro *e a va.v !5 l rV,.* .Mil cei e and determine wi| *t*<*,:i- z : act oCCogiesare ia>nkd for one yer3

cii;; the United States situated t-Ia Cbe'* in 52d, $ be beIUI 1t1fl the period of IO e3JS &1.ereaier J Isieoseh1 wrrvice, and most b employed to meet ail necessarv R P A

Comrnonirealtb, in frontof the United Slates m Arid proried. moreorer. That if L caU! let the defence of our frontier; ; 31
I -r rine hospital saul or street w be m conunuation at *nr time alter tef np. r. .q l 4 of the ;marginal way street of sa dPr ComrzY : aanonn by 5id cosar tb r4. t. 1V4. e .ars nd i-te cen- ty')rder. Should the occasion sric for a

made shall and thtert.ze. Fber; '- tins a I.cV.-W-e a: BaSa'o. number the U"e= frontier the
., t rideJ, That said tra L'12U TOt xced fitly e ase -renter on i"rn corps of the brave oas ot"the
fir BTnetr-fbor doxrs!! sd sereatyrrt f II Will be made Ohio and lill- I West n
tanstructed on Kenfackr
feet in tvidth and shall be so ,
expected here in all
c.An et:1I: ceut. by.the
; : I ( the supervision of the collector for the dUVt 01 act to repair an! czieid e UniLed F TvvC tf te T>sr rstion of t' e Ohio i 1019nd There is however no information to 20th of this r/ ,
Chaiestcn! SOGth C3nbu:3; : A
i nit number of
at ,
4; t i ; Brtsiwi and Charleston-a* DOt n j re O it C13CZ tT th Setate H) S.Be ReTrset.itives MBSwippi livers, irwn Ptii>burs to riO nn. 1 juntifv the apprehension of hostilities to any j officer hare already! vrj

E I' luthce the upland or wlart kupng to saa; has- of the Thted States of l t.ci ; c senous extent from the Vcirn Indiana. and preparations are being made for

..' :M r, T-.L(ta 1''VLD 1' Ju' 4 ress aembed! That tecreary! :t \ 37 te.e dolr s Should! a necessity arise the volunteer bncnde -, ceptin. Tbo mjm-n will tW
I and cnabe the r(4eat tt, I ic heretr iUthOTtd ard cireced tc' cat.e. !.t TtS-. open about L
act to aUtIOflZC ; 1. i r cikt '11* from East Tennessee will be ordered to ]1st of Oct. and will be
) be o .e t. rigorously
: with ent. the c.&zm r'ars and :o ejn ;
4' sert ad P ff ChalIe.st'rL 'Y., : ex : aiiaiaiB w fa Ia (-t vl3t h I The Western frontier as soon as their service until the ""WBllflJ
t;& ihe ksaer beqoeihed : arsra fl enemy Is brought
Urhed S.ates to .
the \ to
i Xpril, etrhf x hundred Art weaiy-fonr of which i goX-
= :: eT :e-3T t.r e :: sVlCr t1a l cnn be dispensed with where they are now em- ytCaoii
them bv Jam mithson. late of LooJn, o e- tie -3 Sre thousand dMlars shall be mppropnaied aitf f }From oar knoired! of the ,
i abilities
.i !::rt of wtt:3tCU.3h r
niored Q
: found Waslnnfftns. unJer ihe name :
teasejto at t. er '
th ctt c. tittae' : **** l "
j; : of the Stnithwnii n Institutes. an estaUishiDentlor i :ft'T i.. a'-rc'pate Tre"z'iry n r e: : 'e ?prr: : i p..., c 1: t: 1 would barely add farther, that the auhiriren Ca'l.! ire may predict tin!, if properfj

i : < ? the icrt'aseanJ fusion cf kwiv.edg anwnff kpr Fri. JYLi.. ?:- LttL.: 1t C t UtU f { iiv you by the order of the 4tb May, hi ed by troop*. New Year wilt see na ooce
c. : : : ren.I AL c: to ::e c.e: : ::::.1 : -:--- ; : vin becn satisfied by yielding to the requi-z-; enjoying our wonted peace and
Be it enacted by the Senate scJ L1cue ot hebresenuttves ] As -. : .arfr: o c. -. :. secariry.j .
k.eet frer.'F, ti' :t ct Gen Gaines, a new authority from tie
y :. : P :-...: : :. arti f : .
ol tie United State* t.f America, inlM B : eat s- : -e t: : :i :': o: ;
; .. the sa Cc i; .: et.- :: r : i: : i Iic t Department of War was nesesary to authonzs C1rLzt.-The
tettte :
o; f ft
? i ': ; i rmfed States be. and L-e i is hereby authoraee to .rrt *> eJ, That the f' c : tie. :ie ":- : f ;'- r-i S:3:# ,/ o i to comply ur>th that of the 25th June. Charle-ton has

'rufd to riUvr >e > e- a.i. c crsv- :.;: vV. Fil : t''i 'e Tr.e Go United States bark ty given notice to'.he -
-y p constitute and appoint aa agent or ageca, t-i s>- e1eV. a=:i 1 Ra. : eminent the *,
'.Y ed a :: : rT rcai :rf rs *oniurxv :bt r;? I.erern er. :aiiehte zeas that the Cholera! baa made
: *cx-ue tbr and in teba.t 'f the L nuwStates FCU : : 'i-r :.dopted in regard to MC.IICO and Tex.e ?. in appeirjw
U.- henwa
; renter a :
:: : :: :
Pk.w; l.":< ,,-ft sou ja ij.eir name, or 4.4rw.e.bL3: : S: Per ti : e t : 1; :.- 3 ::k.f : Me-: :: ..::: U t same rate! of neutralIty which bad been in that c&tr. In tireir weekly report of tbeKKjit.

; t s Jk-i-saL'.et: ; the Court ;;' C..ai.cery, or otl f rx !! -. -. i: IL: \ _. ,
in t ej =>c s3o, ne a* =r.v'c : ? aet : : :-e c:7 c: obserred in all similar'cases before, it waj not they give the death ofT black

t :;:. ; j ptr tnbuoa, of EsiuaJ. toe rrb 5 of V'* {..re I ice: ;he rnrjv-e- .f :hf aer : Ke :-e.; .: : t : 1 Ft-'f-s: \-xasii".I to h ive been expected that Gen. Gaio *ho jld Oa the by tiatda.eae. .
: 3Iatthc Board
1 Stae: ti ? : 3tj t! th Se-. i Aai w i: farther '-ae. T.? t. e .r: : : : : f A exs.ia report 11
tsstVu aoi testament: u:' Jarr.c? Sao-t: sant Uieoi :.,- Y.-- -'----i- :: : :: c 2: : : --:- cn : h; Live based bis requisition fur additional uii-! 1 that had come to the ktowJedge of

4k, L.rde4dc-ate. Tir the pupte t IdUtjJlEiT at tV.rr\XT of Ark nsaoa c-'Q thai the a* : :: Ji r :'---r -: tarv force, on reasons plainly inconsistent i& > il tie ipe.
cj committee
: te Iii3t ITIS. Wi 3C A* *-J ? r .r* : 1the obligations of that rule. Should Mexico < appointed by the board!, titjjj.
I. ..
; ; i, SQ e abrnet -
... J L zut :': ko-vte ci ne : ai L tr f it-.a..$. .U.i :: t"e VtIUNr11t ) [) '. = .ut! ou National fli?. invade our temto y the list 24 hour*, two of which proTcd f

: :;; r >Dwer sum apn: o."agents, wapjvs.ceu, to recetve ber.ei lL : -jeer: ie :: rtfl the t c.r In'.orru;.* OJr Cizen5 in the lawful pursuits Tne. ciiea**; i* chiefly c&sfLied ij ths

,4 r ir.u ersnt scxj'J'tlarfCes fir it: such sum orsucs ::: Si: ri Ternv. ac 11 United Sine? to Govtrno: Caanuo. d.' cttaz: which are auannreed to them by the treaty, I: and a iV* *.hit of intempeniti habits
: T
J ;i..... of saucer, er jthtr furt-is.: as o: hali l-e :: : zcaiity. 'e then the Government the
rtuy the vninntecr usder late ; will; promptly ree1; Board make
: At ::e f i ? trio requisition of promies to a daily
: ?,' dttrcrJ rr sJuu; rd to :.-. Cr.ted sute>, fcr. orCZ : : na:1: -. Ger. Gair.es. rsult, and take speedy !>.r the in- report of il[
:i't -: -:: :: :. r tn Le dbaode-j!, wa* ijed from reparation ; the casej that
C&C Uil Cl, .531.1 4e 3CVe : : :: : : as te P: ,:L :.3'r. i' Bu; it doean.it oSTsrcea of may cotae to th rir knowle j .
.. ? ; ttrs ,;::ice on :: "uuriiav Lxtri. It t"e jjiv.J! :: seem that s < ,
: m
;. 2. AcJ U ifli.rU.cr er.scred That the! : : win and
: ; ctjt.cfn5 the
t. T
=:.e :: : i::: t T ci'.izena ato( be
: *5d s e t cr *2eits sha!:. be&rt rtKiv-S'j any -: : :,: : : te lv ? :ea t.a: : ;: I res : rt .- ..vt -> G r. Laa-' t3 :s character have been committed by Mexico atartnedby

of t.i 'e : IZ3t ttz o' were believed to have r>e>n by Gen ni ifie r.ars? >u report? put in circulat
part ? 3-u aey. r "e a s i I or bor S. intte : : a Vt:' 1I'1 1* X1' 0di *obujj

: pes*.! 5uti:i of i ** '. r?, 1.- t.1-?: rc* V : ent r IT -::?> iil : *;ocrs3rer thryrar :.j of tr.o 4in iny. r. ivinz t epi-i ned bv ; t Lie. I ret* on their dji'y repri? f r icfurmatiaaan
yr'- J
: J ; ; tt r :e. & s :-=L .i 'r c: s :; .azrc: c'e. : t-z : :; i-r % a-: iir: : :o the rcc .'-::iri of <1n.I G"c: *. n r.e.v J J4l lani-.er-I ,' to kcco their prim.>- eteaa rr:! <

? : ) thi'- : : ci t-.ni ) ; nfl? "yt.
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LI 1 :- -. : AL : t Lr..e: e-: Tr .1ici' to 1 ..tXDiEJACiOY..
: i aaiior.zinc
t the :... r-f TJe overnor ;o cotiute Th actuil: 'itz
rerir:5ice c-U* of :'e ac I :: :?? ; of in-*
-1. :h
(tsr cte : a; -:; : t: \rnh the hte lit l recent election
: : ZCq 1 t pv r "q$ii--tt'nrj.: Tr? rdvr wilt Excellency.
: 3 a.: : cf -
: ? socrsl
.. .. Treasurer : : .te"i-. hearaerv d5crcr. > JtNo'c k ui ?-i: -? ?i3: :o be layered!
4 uf UK I'n.tsti >atf a. caJ every 4 : yr -; prt c: :i.e: :td ;cr conitru 'i.ori. 111? j jcA iala

if 1 suni or 'U2*< cf ni.cv. o* eu r !"jnJ>, :,3 ra heor f f a: ? Gov. ur- renee.

L: : .. r they" rtiav rt-wtvc. !*'r pavrrt-fcT ,.i whj ? or inpr : -. :. 1 AL Ce : irthe : ; 1 tre i Ieo,3-.&n Drtr.Tcr. I Na-nviJie.: Tcnn. [ Ljiaai asd AhbiTja! boib

i'. ; : *. tl.e sL Senary. Ar Jre Treasurer r.l"tr.e ::ze:. .ar: UiicJ rr4i. erer
ft S-aes s .r.7cJ .t. ;a :: f fcerevy i-tr and
h. Li eJ to let p 4V.'y si! *ar 5 c:" c; > or t.er"jLdvrh requir cf : .e P.fctL% the: -rsc caa r-e vivti* -i.h a. ja ; : :-'L.r, G-inc-i! G/ir.c >. t. V m the c vn-< rerVrri t'i> by me Actinz Secrtfxry ofU In North Carolias.: Whi papers admit
t-cy > : er : be ,Jj; -comrjird of ae'c :2r s htvnz been
: transmitted
:: h : ; t rr. border! of -.tiisina to n hive
: *
: si:> rtceireJ: b> *..n. .n v.n--e of t: e e: ec : : -rv .e 1 a t.e. i.i the i-c. i>-t cain -a
.h .: 5ii i iin5: ucc.in-3.LiieJ, nottfied ttca reccsved. rnajoritTof J Jin 2
*' f ? the Via
.f:Iw.1. t l 9 : Jrjsi i*. of nt i. ? u.rr.i i.l ec: s.f'. : A: : t.:: 1 :a : T : : thai ne hica;:ed u"-on y'Eir: Lxce.zc tor aof : e Dur a pia

; & to sufh ftj hfr t.*; r>" >2' trrfreof is iusy tic: r.ertsfier < < C: .: e r c.it u a. ar> -a e. ar :v"e br.-i inili, :L. l Ic, or as i..zzy ol V, t r. D L?A P.T>I E5T.: July; 25h. '- :.:: as aircr-e sx or4y of 2 in the Secaje,

.. r-. r $S pr vj jro by Cces'c. 3= aedihe r : -e pe : them :-pr3ct.e, : Le flOUC. j 5ip.-Ma;. Gen. Games bi- apprized : :5 : jt cht-n or w- of re: of., a Isvanb.'e'
I. 4 j _Sec. 3. Ar.J ? ;: lu'r.r.e* enarted, Thi: arv ky :- : : : o: > ri by ; s I Department: he has rri-.ie ca-or
.Tn in-trjctea PresrJen a ;; ::ui fri oftT ia the
tr.e > II
.. ; -;--- T;, i ; cy : : to req'; =: rcq = : i >u?*.
i 7 .4 4- ; .JI4 I '...: 4 % I .J A.:: :: :2n v.,ur r.xcelko v ti cli no th* service :. ou: yuur Excellency for a Re;!:.': ?:,; cfttec la L.iaiii. lie rurt:3
evej : : : are
: ae r. ors.K.a : ; t..e ; :: : r : U not yt ei202i
d *: tearto In
:. n.r-.rc ctrccu .t> :z arc 2: t rs cir. z eroce ir rn .e .rsc ( t- it trjn.
: Liy lien.
r rc-T. p.rp'c :bu.'i.iLg a jnan.c y rtq aue?. :o I
:a. r.ve.'j. 22fr mer u: o e : : 1Be ; rt'r:ii >! _!
: f > or cezr Copies of the ete htes
"$ vit'n- : : at 11 : :: : uider tLe v i t..e exre not le?? than three month cr.tr ihtir ar'rnalat cespircL.'s received f---m
: e.r : :: a: : :. : :v-i. (; as-*:: of the :-L. FJ.GoTercar_
1.sutitz. their en. Gair.es hive been Ashle
> sn esu.scrcri: tor thrncsK .1 c-acea :v ue S-na- : K e cf Jl-rpre- place ofet.tzTou ,, ues-s! soon- irin mitttti to tae Pre ,

r z arid d.5a> a ci koow.ed e SEJOSJ men : s ::2reOZ the 1. red Sa r* c: Air ca. c t oner; *J dcbard. s.-ien: of the initd r'ie5. ii-n-> i :i is'j* s'3- : Brci.. V. B. i SOiT: Lt- Goffro.J..r -

; towhir.4( arv'Jiitiu; : of ire &?: -I n.jr.e .snJ ether rfrc fiiitrd.: Tha: the :c ..3T.iru be 2nd .uh orders: *V
> ? VJ-
; tie : ? :. ; i un ;Lem as he cav tL...k cjr- >*5. ; ITS: Car.3 c, V. B.J 725! .
I t' f t4 nJj. the :_.L. o" t-.e U. S. .< hereby ; ciiTtrJ. ine are : ertty : rp-e. t. : ? pj.d cui c: c, *
cc- 4. AuJ i* i: funrerenaccvi.: Tiiat. to thrcrx ar.n: er .L : e Trea>ury i.; v: erirve a frt.p r.i- 1 ,l.r CO ill. at.'Vt.'His msiar.c s require. lerfrii.iTie I r e t cjh'r.or f .:,- CocsrHi'r..* a,4V. B., 9299! Mer. -

: that ti aici :e:. f r C2rrj.ar ca ii: con..e.i.r cerw i 1EWi ;: :.> inform you tit ia oraer ID preverr .
: e c to tJ.rKJ t-rtjurst !r.arip.r > ; > i it B. SCTi: B.rvi, Vr f.32I Owens
lr *,' be rr: : re coa:seeded. vz : av incojven-ince -Y:3 % : ,
tiei:. :
t cuied tv'ui c ccr, and U.c uecc sarcxerties taprcecut. F'-r t Excellency. X. CAN SON, or *% in t e e e't o'
IIt s tJ e satre be dcflayed: tr.e President dcJ :a c,.cuiun:jsartj do.is.Fo. ? the.->.Delnrare rreax ra: r, ens hsn j Gov. ut Tereee, '; t-j: connrniaticn of Gent.G.vrse?* req *i :ti r. IT Ir f.2S-i

iV; :' t f t the U:. tl Srtes be. acd tie s 1 ercly, anht>- .- c r-'iru.as :te mproTez-.er.: cf :he hirb ur cf Na'. vt1k. Tenn. i; bv ;he President, a di-b'jrsin;; oiiicer will Lfct tbe Vbi s LIT* carried their

: .:: rs u-J t* a-.v to that purj v?. anv* sura nt.: txcced Ch.io lL1L4 tir1v:1io dL1ar.. Whjch have 5n or ni 6e orderreo :o t>r ceed to tbe State c;* Teaacs- Gorerxirsni probably the Legislature.IT .

IP: f}Lt I Trca inj !trn>ur.-t. r u.st
r t1;. A1LorED, 1t .!d.y, Jj.i. I Fi>r the cont.auation of tr.e vrot> f 5:r the 77?=*" lovauon limit the words miv Lef"t..-, that naruculir Very I respectfaay. for Gorerao- ,C-i.re-: : 5. cal Site LegU!: .

'P t 4 : ';a &i i .. .. r---- sf the b-each at Pr -cec--L harrier. Mi>- i irne anf 1 thit pirtir-jlir >rcin.: The L lirr- Your oo'ci. servu

c,: > c;: r veiwe <.::: $ L''; '. TTnt7.U broad, ar.i cviJentlv e.tio the ; C. A. lIAR l.
ao.s fji
Be : eze- v the eae I! t Repreress'As !: 't (f Prth: 'ac i :ure rnoveinen's o. '.efl. Ijaines.$ .> iietnine i Acticr Secretary of War. ;
:it .4: : .c:1iTe c1 :.e Ced : Aeric. r d'Li2r. 1. men out of a h'Jt-dred vroaJJ H.5 I I-xctllcncv, A57His. rmE IN KJIST F'Lc.t.--Tb

L enitied. Tfcat 12 heo cf pav, rations aXd 1 For the <- t'1ru3U1 iff the w rV* a: the a oar sl.indiu.; : oioe.'t to !be re'ovz t: a? a j; .> CA.N.NO.V. St. Ac : H cit-
c--o-d ars'aa
; alt t oii>er allowances now an-h rtzed ty law to tt-e< tcaptars Oie Qoua of tie aver lUisui. Mc-.raa Te,r- with at anv !i -
1? anj first, se-road. and nun: neaeaaais of tne ntory, :ieea uxsuiaLd dollar:: time| tiicre > r v. h rs Gn. G .:ir.es rr.ijh; rmke } Gov. or Tenese. etpress arnreo in taa oa 3I 2iiy uiht lafron

.j! revenue cutters cf t.e United siacea. iiere si-ail e For coautu.cs the remi val of cbsric: c.i z; BIa<:k' .j he requ! 5itos. unti: -jatemandtc bv Micaaopy.! brrs t inei! of bit.
aj'thority ; i : eae a ;
.4'; :i allowed aiiJ riid. quarterly, irom and ar.er the F j jt.tzldrei'jol.ars nvcr. OLo. su :aocsand *u iundred and 517 ds- : irom:: wh rh it cminv.ed. G. v. Cannon THE VOLUTEERS DISDAXDED. tie: L 1 FortDrase.
se Cl eac c3.aiL. : ze rie cI e Isr*. hicn took place on t tmcrcis the
,.b Lara. wabrjtiJ tj CDCV it- no ob-.r! Lr.xi>CTo>, Ky. Au- 13.:
per n.: : eas J.I *: lieatenact, F.r ccrt.a-.i:g he jr ireii :n-roTriii ) ; ofihe2-r. The
I at the rate ..; r.e i-sdie-d atd ir dj'' rsferar.
nets : to car" ir.: %. !:e2-cai:, 2,: :ie; rati c: eg-: Fur c. :;.> ::-rr tne removal cf <>:>;rjccij 1: GE.V. JACKSON'S :f.'IjAjnj: : k:: adrre?<.d !3 :!;e G iv. : : ? were f ras-hed I>y 7.' ef5cer oh amar.i ,

L:2ded: i:C-1 M .. CC-.i.x' y-I .","T-. : ti s*f\\ iLlTC 'Grand: r.rer. Oi.i5. sii >..jv3cd do:2r: LTTE.HLR'tcE Kentucky ire 'J-1 5 i -i-c= c! bestrcuht
a : cir
heae:31:. if t cf iar.dr i F.-r cf Au cf\t \nica i1' ei: to r:1 by ;
erae je.-e ar-d c2trfer Cf ii: i.L :ie ndava. ocvrsc'-cr' 2t CT. ;: 3.
!,j's d.43 r- ; iccum. Ar?-i Ftnr.Ki'jr: :. Ve uz t .) Liv by L eire.
;etr of :
yo-jr 'he
1 2bald .!; bercre
w An act ni2k.n e--e cur res-er?: Mij. Pie j'U. 5. tc2'v. amved
*rrci ra 'otior e pre u ;. tL 4th ir. t. at
i; i. Indian cf tC CLCcmpjn.cd; by 'he C'.:> Yr
iuaiteard jr : : Dre 't -
tor o ar p iLf..tItAGL. A-z-t 1536. 3fricpjr adi! the
1r r. its of: communications a. tnzs jfro.-n Gres Ferry,
Be 'enacted :: ereet. Oaic.tiro-JiaasJidfrehst ?red doilar whico
:t IT ;he Scsate anl IIt u c-i" Rejrreataive :eaj s were aiure.trd i "SiR
h i <* cf the tL.zi i ita rs u Aaerl a, :a Ccccre -- Fo: ". itithe : prc-verer!: : ve ha"t. >nroe ;" 'o :}-OJ '- r. :LC 4sh of 31 ay and 2 >ih Jmy bv- oftDe : Arrtvjnj: 2: mis iacc on : eetanz ca : e eves.r.:: 'i ;ii 2x'ia tn>t. Fort Dr4ne

'Ir J : >s asea-ed.! That the ba.aice cf :ie ajprofnaUOQ Pr >; -' ic.: PenrTl7i-ix accoriicz 10 Co.'crre. he Secretary of *Var. and s'-o : 5th inst. I
j' *: ? of 1 ru.Ii.a:; or dc"ar:: rL.-uetv! theaciyf Apr;. : :. d dollar? by 3cco'nn2r.---d tie recus :ions cfGen. Gaines on the tbe 6i. -cnJa-rtooJ:* beom'iedbythe I
4 I*. L F r c c. i-us.r tizru Dirk b iT'- ycuCap-Gclaraati-ja: of thr 2Ch, f urdcd -
OTersent at
lareatr-niie. hrn h-od-e-J aid th.rtr-s.x, and ? on .e nor; of Tennessee laciin
tvsr it=:ania\n the Trra5-T. shbe! ard rh-e: Sca' *e -Virkeleven'tix>a-aid tii.1lars.! 'hi rcqaiMtion made by Gen. Game h arin and Lou-.s Ke'cky.. 31i>s.s ppi,: Ct CiJd* of the 3d Artillery ci

same is t
J 4I t eipecittarcs atozzei by the *aid act,aid recviereJ sasidular*. Jcrred to in the c ) : e it-tier o: Gen. Gaincni the proclacns.J Pierce riJ czterxited! a laoreraentoa 'th

tj nec-Ts.es"rc in the .zu-.fC3tn : > you on the tier of Go'iC' 2oz, of Terinessee. made er.eay. This wsi saactioatd3Iaj by
: 25h from ortce
t cf t&e UEi. vi MzeTf aiv : yi" use rndta rae. Nev-Ycrt. .Te iT ;> a thj
: : ::eers cf the L'i..?3 S"ate: jar> fcr tre scjpresvi.ji or ,. FucoJ'.S =r tae pier andn le a: th--P > iaoar t- cave no: ;.et beca rccened. ba>>s of this requif.non. Re-'ardvris P erce. s ho csarciycd at 2 o'chck! oa t the

i : ? Crer..i c( ir. :: .Vex.Yvr: t*n-y :a >u -i r>- The f>- 'ij3ttor.> or o wnh : :i t iei- s??.j"vl Gen Gc..ses as raomii.! of lie 21s:: uto r.ai the eoetr

E ? 1:; See. i. AiiUi"firh i e".sceJ; Tlat tie san Fr : rir s-K. : '> .a.ae- **- a- welt 2> th.grr:! jr.r2fv! Mexico c )Z Ciis'n WIa weie H:> force ws coccoo eof Cap!. ChiM' CON)

I t4.: ; i of tvro ai.i: $ f r huidrtd ;i '- =- --c sh :i efl thouM4 tire :;iJi>:rt.A r-' ri. prirre2" : wch: : vcrj 2 ) ?isy o"ie 3J of a'detachacate of

: .1 t *. and! ihe CITS; is rtv. a-" oat cf aiy: for o-'t'.icu.nr ie ia prorc .-": c: y 1'v". otr lntcrca.rsc ';;ih : : ra pew -s. rccu e e:ie o'me civu t1)t tcs'ls ArtiMery-

4 ;, noner :a tie Trcaurv rfj: otfcens-t e sppropmtec.tZ of the Hudioc river ave aid ke.Z A. i"i.;i.: .t 'u? to rnaniam a str.c: neutrality :a trt .u z *r ; t : A-tiery.:: asi a tU piece, rainseJj by

r ) ittir eIr.e :.i' e e' :.r Sute ot Ne-Yr. en? h 'L.ired ih--ufaSu ;. ar5: i ito which now a r.atf? a 7' rtoa cr'tn.v. cotet v l.ich it ioar duv and ui>h:: to cultivate :; a (IriacrinafDt: o'fCap; :. GaTs cospaayof4n t

inrreJ I) ; 'eret : or pet : te eipendec acrorcsr to tre plan a:.*. t:: _"-- republic, j -: Gie: :, a .nz a it o.ierres id : A.-: _13 sU llOtsea.
%!tj.- t :So &n; Mexico f- :. ? her dune
c I nzer.dt
r rtcc iy tie Secretary ci Wsr. ; : j us 25 fc.h; snd '"her.
W4 1h Pre For j iiJ i hip in ;:s intercourse wh the They amredl at Fort Drestsii-eafl&
of e Une Sae. a- cc-asu:3e tbe isjrovexett cf tie ha rrct L.vt: ; i.y ina Tftity. and Moored I L. "
tfJkr ; or steer* accord :? :. the pruri la.i > c*" ;e' ;- Catie. Deiawar. eiv-i*. e :h :--> i: !far'rvU; rth', nj t? wn-chare: -ec-jred b.* it to States, i leei m. *ei! called on to inform fcosd me Isisis 10 >>?>e .
FQc the V ? r-
/- v 4 I I. j : : Si-: : n-t ir 3 ittirkd
- saal! J>f zIeL Sth-Car1a. our cj: 2us iu; ? -- : i>t c- ti I ti I. -
exr3d\i usder th* r.e 'o'FM r a ,- ,. '
: 4 r men Cane Lavicg ccaapJctely
of War. *
. c-Kifinnatsv to ue provUi&sj of tbe act c:1ti the ec'tt of te :azrt'of Statesoch .vojid: teni o feser a 5-ir.t o1; for inve
It 1 of Coarre 4 been broa-rbt isto ih ne.i. tba. ard a tse nrst The ceebra!
of Jatrusry se.ccd. the CFe : river. eow : resistance her \ ? vu pvf re
evneea hundred f Grvcinmertl
kr'J : i- *3" s. urutevcr -
; A., asd nseyre.: of the ae: oi April fifth, eirhteea *r :a. -e: V : : .. bt th"ir "t i forthwith cause tem to be rausterci and :ed chief Powe! wzs presect u: prsosbai

,- huciired ltd tLjny-two. csfcng ar-nTOpriatit-s* for ; For the 1prve-' : Ol the tvA":<:- 1)- rr.at : character cr urn. *- ''a 3d- .- ? ? ar.d await for further orders from been s caby those t !x> knew bin, and hi3

a a the support of ihe antr, and cf the act of March ZLa:4;: 1 :: e '. .iah :: wa ici: ani the General; Government
nineteen. e: ie
t.L4t;: .11: 1: r the pavt : c i.t zi.a crj & *cded ba'aare of the ar.pror.natua t>r tai> f=; .e- A ;:npiop- c-4:=r requscri lor hc m.ta.' aas slon routed aid drirea three qaarteo '
scrupulous s-rse: bes oJ
- 1 he o: ; '
sen-j of the LLted Ses. pose bv tw aci ot"ihe ittw of Marca. eintsea ctia ? .raiion-s The 10,000 Volunieers authorised by the a ruIe icto a hararoock:: leatBLj tea dead WI

). .Jalv2d.Conpxnr.. 1Ez3.; dred axd ihiny-nre, sisJi L-e exit by cut :uoncf ass presented ii.e thus fir irom doi j cny h act of Oonjres*. htve been appnn.oned *">e neM. Tbe action ks: d ose boor. ThT
#r ibe Secretarv cf War under icinz v hich can auihonze the
: _* u e >aper tei s'jspicj: that
at to gra: : to the anflz the Satcs and Terriiones can be douh mustfi
; flajI-flo3 e-Or1eanc cf the oskers: o:: ie Etjineerxrps here fcr: ciupiortd our Govern: is uniniujfu of nearest to co thai the Lviaa Io*$

, ;. ;J1t : IiL jx or fee; X,.cited the ri>:ht u'r iravihroasa< the on thai service. hop** to Lc cc'i: llv; c.tItLoaacd: : then and I the theatre of acraal or apprehended h siil- been 30 or 40. as ther or abers ere esti

Be :t eritrd br ibe Seiate For tae taiproteii'nt cf the Ohio ai.i M-! s_ i rr* 4 circj-npect it.es from the Irjcia::.1. The are considered led zt froa 3 to 400. TUrr 'e=iec xad Ci
and '
: c k ) ij: **Etatjres of > Repre- rivers Loosvii.e tj >"eT-O.seaii.! i.i". : c It i is ;n reiVencetD 3
4-v t tbe! fi ed Static:: Ani'nca. :n Cos- sacd doUars. : tree t'3t th susacienu combined wnj ue repjlir troops.to Lea uere wb the.-s,
;:r 3-zteJ. That reqji-itiua oJ Gen.
there be aid i< h rebr ?rac- For the of maintain the of tfc fn"nier Msj. Pierce returned tb tocanopv.
;ed the rCozpany e'v-OjeL inprureaeat the Ms>:sirriTlf.. steve Games in the instance peace ;> and to sacx dsy
Zd -
{ :: :occrporated br tl ex veral isT1t1e Stairs Rai-R&i t'w nwJs *>f n e Olio rir-r, aid f r 'it Missori sidered.! r.nd unless there must con- terminate the war, which now exists with the b.'iziin odTb:> kiJied ai.d -ouiwle ---
i through nter, fur.y thou>aid djar:! ?, to t-e eir-rd i isa, stronger nccestv '
aci the said tivid :n Creaks and iusbssbeias T woawJed-
I ttr is ii&e4 to r ass. tae ngat of sach niaiie: i"-r tbe rem- cf
I1: !YI I-n.viy: crt >acb v>rtio : tLe1tSt1cIibs as rV a> :he ecretarv of Wai s a!' d-rect. ? iM-cos-.r.: n..t be rr.anjfeit. i it been brought into the neld. but Gen. Gajies mzz ; the Iar>r Lseau Bets ol the 1st Atile5 -
PrurdeJT Tha urn: well
1 1 1bic: ? : ':.e jvruua of the For coiunsiag ihe reiaovi; cf ci>-rrciicinRc krnn >s I n-as rjorided f that 1000 volunteers! in Arkansas rand Aflinj Adjalaat.
espied thiref that '.
*. *
to befriend
: -ii nci exceed tO i : nver. L'uirz. the Texr.ns
.e leet in breruiih. that the yf aid Ternary Ariiisa*, vr.y 1000 in Missouri, had received orders It is urjderelood ihst Maj. Pierce conte
rou the
road sbi-: thouwmJ Is io
be i e:;h? : hcidre-d dcllai a com-rvm: ecng wth tbe chrz-as of:
. 14 4 .! by stirrered flaia raarfcs aad: des: rAted tirov'ph the pub'jc lands For cnnsirtjctiuj a !boat to prevent a u? acri t- I'ritfJ States, it is obvious tiat that be ricized and held in readjnej for one plates another nwremes: oo the enemy in th

1 r notes of saner, or monuments ard copies cf the l acn cf o.-svracuoc in >ad nr-r, withn thed'J !i- furnish year's: semce, sboulti the emergent ease course of a day orc o.I .
with reiL'ittfl y
a plai may a rerson to Mei.co
cr plats tfce'tof. and of
L a mn the Great Raft
so caIk fit
oesciipttca their
of th tea tms'.z making empljvmer.t! '
; saiw land mark. that the nece >arv on the
i or ornaments & dUr and 'or
the of
their >, addtuc cal ot fie supposic goi.cfcfl.tt tie:
i t
coaftecuoa sup a: frontier jde
k -t.1; adjicert iz.t b wiia ibe pnor oSritl sorrrys of the: dohar! $, i? vom a ad suppori the s aite. United States may be induced by inadequate -| now commanded by him This crcumstance oar air s: 'ue Lert iere
ir the
I.1 ,j Oct m Wa>Lic t.>a.niniuedtotbe vriiiiia Gecer'aJ Land i For ccatinuio the laprorencit tn the Curr>er- etudes: to orerslrp the lines of the neui i rsakr the present nxjuisiuon of rrcird to i? .rr! iUrr of =ai5 ; 2
Litj days after iLe 1 land
liTer in Gen.
raid mrreys ind Kentucky ifid Teixaes&ie, is ciir tx.ou j Gaines stHI' more unaccountable a= :.' the
plan art ] traalrLrch it nrofeises particu
F oon3p t4rdf and that they sand th1lars. to mamn.
-- he completed witiln two years from tie dic if this For I Iie1ure I Jell ly as it is believd thit our \\ estern frontier is ; VTe ir -rc i-- *e 'rrC jufor1-
ccaticuaj: tte rrnovai u en.
) 01 nasuingtoa, ii2js.es -
s ic tie n- Ceare
: act.Src. i ,cow tranqiL Uhder these ec; amt rrvxa ia x-auua recerdr cf rived, arti
r :?. And W it farther ChJpQ1.a nver, la the Terruory of Flcrhia. liar tiou tjmited to ibc Depirtment ot War that some circumstances
? enirted. That for such sand ; will please eau the called! ? t r fe : cccs x re** vsih Mr. Cayure
dej>X::>, tioops for the
of hur.ifs! by
iierujg places and juidicatioas from the ladir-as J JI oft
vorkshops as be For on chi
tie 1 F.as
mar inlanc wh
coejpeLrc '
.r chancel *
essential) the betwe Snrs : Ma- reqursition in if
question hav
cXtlenRenL I they been rais-
u of ihe saxi road and St. John our Wcatcrn frontier had been made <
: therr ; i, in the Terniory that f .
2 Khali F miia. hi
, be aiso xraaied to the 12 ed, lo be discbar ed. t- :t a: : : .
said will --
eompanr, 5uci addiuoa to t if it became They be paid as -
pjrnoas of the public lanJ unexpended appropnatijos, ac urdin*: to necessarr &houd! make a call C> -
L, restrictions and conditions,,select*s taej may, coder like the es mate of lie Engiceer Depart stii, ve thousand -J I for the nv.htia. He had* also informed tb# De- 4 oon as an appropnatioa by Congress CAU be j l.NJ
co either side of di jATS.
> I obtained
t the said road: ProtiJed, That coc more than five For continuity the v&I Apartment of his iil! health ar.d asked for a fur- this purpose. J I A mo>t rs ecubl: and iatalijfat citizen
:a-rc, to be laid off In a square fooa, shall be renx> of ointrc'Ctiocs in,tid lou"h { I arc, very respectful Jy. f Lowides' has visited it
i jtt
'. I ed for such use select improving the n vigujo& of, the Escarabit river, in I to enatle him to \ist the Wbt Sulphur! Mniedgy&ef

1 ded, also, Thai or not parpoa more than, at any one one snch place: Provi do'lars.the Teniiory of Florioa, fire thousand fire hundred Sprmjrs. I directed the Secretary of \\ ar to You ob'at enrt. tier to communicate' to the eiecatire titU iffl3in
square ihali 1
begrnedforeverrLfteen grant him the furte-jsh and ANDREW JACKSOX. : of ih? Qiahstfr condmoa O(
4 miles of the said road For farther to inform him of
i Ijinj within the public land And improvements it the nicsrh cf Hart the To III? Excellency, low ctixrs. For ihe laZ Zo DX'C I
- : provided, more river in the State apportionment which bad been made of the I
4. of Ohio
.. four ihou *nd three hun
: 1 over, That *.ei selectioas, shall be approved by the d red dollars. 10,000 ruiiiia under ihe recent volunU.fr I 1 MOZLRLAD, I hate beta parties of Cteek lodiaoscoaslaotlyia $JZflOst

% : Secretary Sec 3. And of ibe be Treasury it further lor emaoed.the time That being. loo in And th (folknrin ums.necessarr to dose acccccis snd it the emergency should arise which would act. e Gbr. of Kentuckr. Uni couotT,_Lowade* h 0

1 4' fl-sthepuWieIndsiDthe ncinitjr cf the said so rosa? For the office of the third Auditor, viz; make it necessity to increase tbe force under I ___ the route trifled br tiw Crtefa S1" I
rejDoving obsuoetiaBs
I thU trowia unsold, the said company shall hare Ohio, tkirrjr-4vo doHars aad thinr-six at Cnneinf c#nts ham, creek, his command, that a rfconssnd volunteers in '9TiCZ-ft. 3. Htkk, k'yatorzrd from th AUUcwi Creek coaalrjto *
to aks I
iheraroza, such maieritls of earth, For completing the Arkansas and s: daris* tar abstaoe frota Ftondt. and il abouads b wide
pier at La tlouiice bay, Mi- I I another in Missouri raised agree- I S. H. DUTAJU. I IV deep>


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continuous, covered,'"and'for not be returned to his owner. We regard bmcd wall his Veto. Thanks to the hit Congress ;1

s'frifl1P"1C n passage Qf the Indians. \ this decision! however, as of'most importance we have escaped a danger of which there are too, trahty in Eurtipe, without implicating: the reu- of this noies Wr&uiariy afflictive,'Hot only la :if.I. :
.ofther respective
'1S'ft their recent traces are \ showing the efl'ect.offanatical the many of our fellow-citizens who do not know the- .govcnmetIn feudal the imntediaw hfrtirwof thfe deceased, but : "
11': or spirit on countries where the al ,
lhe of the be the V
extent. 8uppose4 to Circle
.ges passage Surplus Revenue law .
f that the county is ket in \ mind. This law of Congress now declaredto of the Sovretai.and t alae 'f.y gtd.ad
? : cen has given us a breathing place, and the election of property may be ferbidden more
Jtjnual alarm.' No family ctmf be unconstitutional has boen the law of the the honest farmer, statesman, and soldier, of Ohioto to f go abroad,ot may be recalled at the pleasure! c the fond ep I. b. 1 of

>, t under a belief that there land for more than 40 years. The whole judiciary the Presidency, will afford us a hope that the p<> of his master something may h done to preserve late hop ePcttlD acuatntD'I'
8tn't '' and cruel of New have laical fashions are about to change. ihepritofc as well as the But kind pmt
neutrality. modest
fe of hostile savages Jersey acted under the I look a ; and
to find that I the
t this
dfbe I P,8hr'y few miles of them. ::1anybaVC law for that length of'time, and yet here all Texians regret in a very different light upon from cause ot of those the is not apfcable to the United States, where with.a heart ever alive .,to the hajppinwof 1 1a ,
0" many every man raJf and toe
: bid I of at the with whom it has been go or stay when he around,her; cut down m bloom oyeuthno
plundered every aratconw once constitutionality of the act is calLed a pleasure to agree on other -
been pleases and \on.
'f I this in
; singly {
r into subjects. Having had no companies, aimed o der they bitterly at her umimeljr death. .
the Indians communication directlyor weep
tJlon and the
by Couit
t carried Supreme decides without
be away it indirectly, with,those engaged in the contest, I am i arms. Any law in deregation of this naU Died in this cily, on the 27th ult. Mr. LIND_ ":I ,
'* i fLowndeslv-ive acted with extra- to be unconstitutional. Are we sur- not sensible of any improper bias. It is true that I Ural right would meet with a strict construction, SAY FOE, aged 33 years. i'

11\'vr_J\ :hcrity 0 and pirit.-On the oiscov'Ls prised at this ? Not at all. took an interest in the cause of Tetas in 1833, whichat and any act of the magistrate, without express In this cityon the 37th ulL Mr. DAVID KARR L. ;

,D':1: 1 or their freh signs.. parties ofl We know that this reMigio-js fanaticism perverts that time, was also the cause of Mexico, and the !a.w. would b an arbitrary assumption of power. formerly Pennsylvania. 4 ,._ .

. a.pinK'ly assemble] nnd pursue"JfCnevcr both the mind and the morals and under unfortunate leaders entrusted me with their journalsand I he only en the subject is the act of 1795, In this city on the 7lh iwl. Capt SHANNON, ?
letters in order that I
might draw up some account and nothing hut the most forced construction
have overtaken the In- the same that this can Paymaster ofthe U. S. Army/ '1 :
'. they feeling decision is made of the affair; and since then, my attention be- bring jt to hear on case like that of t 1
them successfully, other cauld obtained ing turned to the subject I 1 Texas J ,
f" attacked miy! DC equally violatoryof pos.ess some advantages law forbids the '.
t ibey have in point of information while I have Tat setting on foot within our are authorised to announce Mr. LIONEL /
, : the savages elude their the law and of the constitution. Oaths the feelings limits W 1
invade .the
fluently I which animate the greater part of fellow-citizens expeditions to ter FLETCHER a a candidate; to represent i ., V
my V
,05t-n the s wamps. The entire militarys honor, conscience, law, constitution, are all These, I confess, prompt me to desire the success of ntones of nations at peace with us. This was to Leon County in the next Legislative Cooncil.ROCLAMATIONByR.K. Jt'

.iei of is'about 300; of whom nothing, a mere nothing when they come into my countrymen against all the world, in all lawful prevent a kind of land piracy, or rebbery on an V
1jIaIJOO been in constant service for a opposition with this fanaticism. The name and honourable competition. The cause of Texasin extensive scale. It originated in the fear of Spain, P of the Territory of Florida. Governor ".

, 4thrdbaTe; These parties of Indian* havelPoU functionaries would no doubt declare, if it my opinion, is just and honourable. At the breaking of expeditions which might be fitted out in Kentucky Whereas, it has been represented to me, that i } V
I out of the Mexican revolution, this extensive to plunder New Orleans by of retaliation certain Owen Fountain late of a !
; in battle but deemed way -is
whites ; were politic to do that the consti- county, -i'
lbe except so, contained few
country only a small Spanish American for
the plunder American Citizens at that guilty of the murder of Jeremiah Drew, late of aid .
\ taken in one rhohavebeen theI tution gives to Congress the to abolish settlements, utterly incapable of accomplishingany and that -
power place, and ought to be repealed or be considered county, fa certain Leonard C. Dozier, is "
: that when the women and slavery in he States. U. S. thing of themselves, and a lew hundred American guilty of the murder of also late V
ments sav, Telegraph. volunteer from Tennessee : obsolete, for there are no reciprocal laws of the Ring, of aid I
I ? to Florida Kentucky, and Louisiana county, and the said Owen and the said 1-,
tj dreaba1I i have been conveyed succeedt-d in defeating three Spanish armies, kind either of Great Britain or Mexico; they leaveus Leonard C. Dozier.
having from the of
escaped jail .
i' rriorS aided bv. the minoles, will re. MEXICO AND TEXAS. and completely expelling the Spanish forever from to protect ourjelves. But the law, I repeat, is Monticello, on or the lKh( or Itth of Angus 'j,, '
i kind of Itived the which is now the theatre of The for the do not march from abut .
,Td d carry on different war.I Tnr.\'TUM, Pennsylvania, August 1st, 163G. country war. inapplicable emigrant of the present year. .. :
I I tD are now collecting prone SIR effect of this,on all the otlu'rprovincesofNcw.Spain, our country to a country at peace with us, Now therefore, in pursuance of law, I do hereby :
that they -The flattering manner in which you were I. was great, perhaps the remote cause of their ultimate but to afford them assistance, and in consequence ofler a reward two hundred dollars, for the j
Ifin deep lying on the bore pleased' to notice last letter would' hare inducedme apprehension V
swamp success.
my ,
a very ot"express invitation. Those who out shame and delivery each of the sid -.
!IODStLo'Odes and Ware; and that they in- relation, to have promptly complied with your request, in Alter the Spanish cause had succeeded in Texas, for not putting a stop to the march,cry or emigrationto in any jai(within the Middle District of ofender.. f.! V
to the boundary ol Texas, but that my domestic and all over Mexico, Imrbide betrayed the King and And ,
'h''CHo I
I all
Inlke a permanent lodgement t I Texas, forget that in our country this can only hereby enjoin, magistrates and l
concerns, and a certain reluctance to the standard of pace f.
appear set up independence in Mexico Americans officers be '
; to vigilant in the of
and almost impenetrable- be done to law and where is that law? j
before the public in a which into Texas their according ; te I
4w, buggy, way may seem presuming again poured ,-through cused, and bring them to :, 1
prevented me at the moment. The increasing means the Spaniards were a second (lime expelled, There is no law to require pa.sports, refuse clearances The said Owen justice.is from 40 to years of .

not that the government will do interest iu the position of that country, has awakened and through Texas the mean were afterwards principally to stop men from passing our frontier, to age, of dark complexion, Mack! hair and 5, with n e : t I
doubt eyes
le for the relief of tuis alllicled me from the lethargy which 1 was beginning to obtained, bv which the Mexicans were great- forbid them arming themselves and marching down look, talks through his nose, and has several 'j j V
bat ,18 proper feel ; auuthcr criaiain the a Hairs of the infant Republic lv assisted in establishing their V
I I independence. A sort through our country peaceably, and going where old scars on his head. t
j ty! ; and that vigorous measures will im- is approaching, and I fear, that a collision between of central government was ettoblish'd) in Mexico to they |>kase. If it La proper that this should The sid C.Dozier is 21! or V ,: i
r of theWand the United States and Mexico is almost inevitable. which the Texians their adhesion b abut 2 year ii
Jiatelv; be adopted for expulsion gave were encour prevented, it is necessary that laws be passed ot agcot Sleutll foun.Ab..c.thigh.fr1hair : i
aged and rewarded for their aid in the
the future security of our peo- expelling and not leaveit and eyes, :naTCW e. r1
i'ig wr military V.
\ The boundary s-t in the in order afford additional power t magistrates "
up by our government Spaniards, to security a- manners are pleasing when sober, but very boisterous V
place of the Sabine, to the gainst th- enemies. Texas therefore to their arbitrary discretion.
contrary Treaty, contrary common : was, when drunk. .
:o all the maps, and to th continued assert of j. won by those who hold it. It was theirs by conquest As to the resul of the prrstul L Mexican invasion Given under my hand at Tallahassee, this 7jh J

N. ORI.KANC, Aug. 29. Louisiana, is something, entirely new 'to me. TIio: as much as Mexico, San Louis or Vera Cruz was ot Texas, i too hastily set on lit, even to day of S'cpt.,183.6.: 1 V ,
RIO H wdu, between Natchihtches and the Sabine, I'i won .b/ the iuha ''itants of those provinces. But thes" I rae the Sabine. The Texians are much better 5 R. K. CALL. .

LTnUFlO.MTiXAS.tV.earrival 1 was the boundary until t liie treaty of 1819 the country : distinct parts of the dismembered Spanish vice royalty i i organised, and their preparations ery'J I II _?' .

; Hr.i7.oiii i we litve received ot ueuiral ground and jurisdiction was daimed, and th!\' had to lord it vcr each '. !hpr, If thfV unitedaf loss of'a kittle les wil decide Tie COII: v Court of hcksol: Ccuinty for Letters <-f :
from I r i< \ ; Iot: ;
"mi3siun.fr.'m the
'ida!t ,' ., L1 I II ) -f the cf'V ii !
exercised aJmidlfli.
; by both nations. The trea.y comempla: erwaads tl' form a : i,uc, 01 a common gl.'ernI : e\t.te. : .
Texas, although contest aud tSie invaders wtli find IMJ! t i"y! I labouru RirhtirJ L.
I I tiic
inform iln Irotn late Watoi. Alleri.r,4 |IITT :
that Sabine Wilkinson I II ,
little river, on which General was I mcnt, it was by the consent of tIle prs, as in i I' *>
importance., Greater concord I encamped, on one side, and Salcedo on the other. I case of our cu.lfcll'race'her: Mexi "?> r. >: Vera ;"ler the same disadvantages; of all invading ar ci urns ajjt.ii-t said: cattle, nre arsin not1"! "t t V pr I ,

L DO great the community, for some I never heard! of anuthtr Sabine; nor did it ever enter Cruz fell heirs to all lit claims of Spain, or were the I,I mies entering a country entirely hostile, they can sen '>-em without dt ly. SAMUEL SOLOMON, 1 ',r :1

-.ailnbro'i'T0"1 divided in their political views irro the htad of any one, while 1 was in Louisiana, tesidunry: leg'tt't'S of her power in this part of Arne only conquer the portion actually occupied by their Mariana, S pt. 6th, 13366m adm'l ,.! ,l:: '

:e past a little of io claim the Post of acogdoches, excepting under rira. Texas belonged to the people of Texas, and troops. The Texials will retire behind the Cole MnHIKTV lays! alter d\te: I shall apply to theHon !:; :.;

:se operations of the army, though not an the general 1 preter.tion to the whole, as far as the Uio these were nearly all natives ot the United States. rado, and atthedistance of every thirty miles the JL Juil -of the Superior Court of West Florida ; ;

;iecbaractcr.yet are highly favorable to del JS'orte, which \as abandoned by the treaty. I I They joined the confederacy of 1824, upon the footing country is crossed by a considerable stream which for an eider to sell the real estate Richard L. Wji V' ;, '-.

.citfiuuance.: until the successful term ilia. think theca too plain even for the pretense of claim I IThe I of one of the Stairs, but this has been put down will form a rampart against the enemy, while that son, due. in Jackson County.SAMUEL. r.

difficulties of the boundary is the stream commonly known as the by the bayonet, nfter many bloody battles in Mexico, will have to approach the Colerado througha L. SOLOMON. t t; :
Ian orlhe existing country. Sab.ne, to the 31 deg. thence North) to the Red river, in which Santa Ana has principally acquired all his enemy MarianniG'.h,1836. 5-< t
tic I desert of three hundred where V ;
Tie crops considering the ajrilate-l state of up that tivir to the 100 deg of longitude, thence to military reputation. Texas remained laiihful to the niles, they can WANTED.r 1 r. .

SjSiilans: for the last year are very rtropiti- the .\rken thence to its source. Thus, giving up Constitution : the consequence wa, that a military have no permanent foothold. The want nf a depot t.
; the is said a great extent of country between Red river and the force was" marched to compel its inhabitants to submit on the sea cost will be fatal t them; whilejthe7'exians A SITUATION WANTED by a young man t' f

,w,and in most part of country, Arkansas, some part of which: probably, includes a to Santa Ana to deliver up their arm, to profess by their f fortifications at Galvcston, and about twenty-three years of age. Good references { t. t ,.

.'!proVe sufficient for the supply' of tho in. pri'tion of the country intended fur our Southern In- the Catholic religion, or to quit the country. The their small armed vesels.wil prevent any sup- will he given as to character, qualifications, &.c. !. V:

..iaDt: dians. I considered the boundary at the time as truth is, their aid against Spain was no longer need plies to the by sea. But above all this, For imformntiou apply at this office. I '. >

Tae Mexican forces Metamoras arc repented j-eted! with Spam, highly objectionable! being of opinion ed : they, had built handsome towns and villages the materials which compose the Texian force, ina September lUth, IdJC 5-tf l\v U 4, .::...
j that our peace and security, required that tre they had established hundreds of plantations; they of view of the first weeks ill 't
to be moral point ; are quality. %,1JO1'lCE.-Six date application \ 'f
witness greatly re. i"
by an eye should have at least tilt the slreumi'whic'i are tributary had filled the prairies with innumerable! herds, and : .
11 be made the honourabte the for .
listed hut mostly to county court J :
not common V
:red iu numbers, and desertions continually I to the Mississippi. The Colorado ought to have been here was a tempting booty to the Mexican officers. They families.sol.lier The Mexican Gadsden county lor Letters of Administration on the S t,

.sning the rand -. In fact the army i i.s just I II the boundary, to its source, thence along the monn- The pretext of putting down negro slavery! is redicnloils young men respectable estate ot John M Dixen. dec. late of said county.
ofthe interior
will the militia .'t C'
force principally ,
when consider that African
fioin the tams of Santa Fee, to include the sources of Red we slavery never b STACKLEY SADBURY. I '
':at might be supposed) to emanate river. This error committed under the administration was introduced into Mexico, because the Mexican poorly disciplined, not regularly armed, a sort of 10th 1836 5-Cw : : .V

'Iwrari, Government, a common radio for of Mr. Monroe, in the treaty with Spain, it was civilized Indians have always been held in a state of Cossack cavalry, which American ingenuity will September V V 'i' .

2 port of military despots and a licentious hon'd might be remedied by a treaty with Mexico. servitude more abject and more convenient. Some oppose br some mode of defence adapted t the I 1JOTiCE.-Six weeks after date 1 shall apply to V :. V

rrettood.By: ( But the same error has been committed by the present gi eat proprietors have as many BS a thousand, and occasion.. Mnunted riflemen I think will be found i .I. the honourable the judge of the county court of ,:

administration ; thcrwas, but very little ground for even two thousand of this kind of enslaved peasantry nn over match fur their repes and lances. I firmly Leon county for letters of administration on the estate .
the Ctosar also! learn of the abortion I
\\e would have stocked Texas with them
which and they t
the crimination and recrimination took place believe that thousand men will now he of Major John McLeaiore, J. McCANTS. .
'a plan concocted in our goodly city fort last winter I do not entertain the least doubt that without delay. The whole of New-Spainccording twenty than five thousand, in the Sept. IOLh, 1836. 5.6rADMINISTRATORS ;; ,
purpose of rescuing from his thrsldem, this boundary could have been obtained on both the to Humboldt, contained fire or six miLlion, with only more easily Jepel'd
occasions referred to. The importance of it, may six thousand Africans, and descendants. Can last ( BRACKENRIDGE. NOTICE. I '
Anna The elf Second ,
a'a *> (styled Napoa yet be seen if the Mexicans should be successful iucxpellin we suppose| that the Spaniards, the authors of negro P. S. This communication was written before I Is hereby given to all concerned, t V

is still however in 'durance vile,1 and the I ? die presr-nt population of Ten Nothingbut slavery in America, and who have: so extensively the news of the passage of the Sabine by General NOTICE April Term, IS37, of persons Jackson Couuty ,. :

tyy' desire of his friends to release: him there.I the defeat of Santa Ana prevented this collision.and introduced it in their i islands should have shown this Gaines. Court, I shall apply! forivfinal discharge frrm the administration V f' t

"jihas: only added to the gieater security of an open war between us would have been ,the strange anomily as respects Mexico'from a conviction of the estates (Sarah and Hectoi Mc- :. V,
31I of the i The subject deserves -
The boundary from the of.slavery ; V
; necessary con e.quence I' Neil!, dec. THOMAS WHITE, Adm'rand -
JIS person. I I deg. on the Sabine, and the point where it will touch io be deeply pondered. i'hiis is a p'.ain statement GENERAL HOUSTON. adm'rx of said estates. t ...
Several. individuals it seeim, recently left I I the right bank of the Red river, has never been as- I of tile case.Li tVc haw> n letter from Gen: Houston beforeus Mnmnna, Gth Sept. 1836 5-6m 4, ,I

"ir city j in the schr. Passaic, with a view to I I certanfeil. There is a large American population, addition to this it may 1. proper to mention, to a friend in this city, which i is character .-
the most in Texas on the rich i/ that the Mexicans, ungrateful for the immense aid '
1 perhaps important ,
ei-ct FORSALE.
t the deliverance of the aud ;
captive by ised the noblest sentiments of .
lands of thatriver above and below that unknown rendered by our countrymen, anil the countenance by
placing!11 him on board, him to someplace the has been recalled to the head of the SUBSCRIBER offers for sale two certain V V
transport line; we have expended largo sums in opening ofour government in recognising their indejendance army THE of Lantl$. containing each 230 acres.:1:1:

af!: of destination. All concsrncd, I' great obstruction to the navigation, and m consequ- no sooner conceived themselves safe by the voice of the people, and .the unanimous bout fifteen miles from Tallahassee on the road Reading _

!M evei have been aresled on the churgc.aud lIce, according to the statement of Capt. Shrcve, than ihey began to indulge in the must grossy! il!- wish ofthe soldiers. Before the war commenced from Tallahassee to Thurnasville, near the headwaters i a

themselves: most probably be made to en. wild now superintends that three work, the emigration These set-has liberal feeliiiirs towards our country and our coun he had declared that he never would of Black! Creek. Ou one of the Tracts there .
the last
:jre a confinement, not by any means calcu. i been llcmcnts immense have been tor found chiefly under years.the suppo>cd trymen. The poor 7'exians were treated in the hold a civil office in the country, and when are about eighty acres of which the growth has been .
shameful manncr-their humble remonstran nil cleared and with a little labour would be in order ,
'ed to enlist the sympathies 01! their country- \ protection of the United States, a part of the popu- most anti the bearers of peace is restored he is resolved to retire toprivate for a crop. For further p.a.raicuIars.appy! to the sub. V
I :en. la i ion was actually under the juiivliction of Arkansas ces o antI petition-* were, spurned".* r scriber. JOHN A. WILLEY. 1
I I they have since found the Texians, under the them cast into prison. a, it in the r.nturc 01 tle. ..
I I Mexican gold may do much, and has I belief that they are l e\ond the boundary, but with a tiling for them to submit without a ;trl1g It'anll The opinion of Gen. Houston is, that Tex- September 10th, 1S3.5..VIw-

roug'jtout' instruments base enough to at, I I II hope ot! being annex'd to the United States. Now, is it in the nature of thing, l lor their countrymen, as.wheti it shall have asserted its independencewill ,,BE SUnSCRthaving Florida, j 1 .:;1"

I 'apt Ac liberation of a man, uho has proved I ask, would not a Mexican force, Hushed with victory their relatives und friends to view that struggle seek admission into the Union. He is, intends residing Tallahassee, takes this method .
taelf push on to the Red river, and would not this indiflerence with folded ?? The events of infttrming public in general, that he wilt V
with arm
unworthy of the name, but has not or himself, decidedly in lavor ofthatcourse, considering -
as armies 1-? 1 t
in collision with their of t houses '
l ltraCl us directly been carry on the Painting! Glazing, papering -
land will not' succeed in lulling to sleep the Would such victorious armies be restrained from invading I: connected tctf/i thai country have consequently aud it essential to the interests of the new in a workman-like manner, having greatly IInproy'j.! ,

us-eved vigilance of thope who Jove their one of the most important districts represented i the resnlts circumstances unforeseen, unavoidable -I country and of much importance to the U- ed himsclfby his residence in New Orleans.. He will ;.," :

wuntry, and have within their its in the Texian Convention, merely because this t. them and to us. It is in vain to talk to be found at his oJ! establishment, East ofthe Capitol t,

'tac! power most might possibly brin? them in collision with us 1 From people of what is reasonable, just or discreet when moo. Square, w here he has, and will I keep on hand a constant V.- 1'
enemy. this statement, it will b seen that I his is not I he plain they are in the midst of the vhirlwind. There The story of Gen. Houston's difficulty with supply of I.

Ik Texiaii schooner of war Invincible, case of restraining our citizens, from arming and organizing is no resemblance between this a ml that of France the Cabinet, had its origin in a difference of Kegs White. Lead Linseed Oil f

'*?!.J. Brown, returned a few days ago from in our territory, in order invade a nation I when attempt was made to involve us in war, in opinion} with regard to the disposal of Sant.An- Putty Glasses oall sizes}

wise: along the coast of Mexico, without I at peace with "". which many persons supposed it to spite of the existence of the moet friendly feelings na. The General wished him retained as a Spt. TitrpemineVermillion Venetian Red :
of the be what 111:1nu-
he. Let the result contest Verdigris
tte, '; Qg with a single! armed Mexican ves" 1 Ihirg can prevent us from being involved in it, but a between the nations, when there was no actual prisoner, and kept safe. The Cabinet wished Copal Varnish Prusian Blue : '
... complete revolution Mexico, or a purchase by our collision, or likely to be. Nothirg hut the most to release him. The design of the Cabineton Gold Leaf lied Lead -

The luviaciblc in the government of Texas. wilful l bad gvernmentcouhl) have involved two this subject was counteracted by public e. UmberYellow Crome Yellow ; i"
sent challenge to
a the situated in idle and causeless war,
to nations an
)! For part, I have very serious jcc"ions so Ore Spanish Whiting t
exlcan brig of war El Ycncedor del l Alamo, extension my of our territory;and think it probable, that against their wishes and inclinations. 1 rejoice pinion, in the absence of'Gen. Houston. Terede Sicne Lamp Black t

W the other vessel lying at Vera Cruz, I this is the case with a great majority of the people at our escape and so did almost every American, The account given of Gen. Houston having also tenders his gratcfull thanks for the encouragement V .J I'I'he

aich: was not accepted on the pretext that the of the United States; and it is by no means certain, and I should heartily rejoice that we may avoid a received presents from Santa Anna, is all a he has already received, and respectfully solicitsa V ;

till of the gallant challenged not in a that the Republic of Texas will agree to the arrangement war with Mexico; but it is an outrage upon common fabrication. Santa Anna's saddle which the continuances of the same. ":
nduion were On the score of boundary, the acquisition that individual felloe His residence is at the Parsonage. next to the Methodist ,1 "
to fight for want of desirable but the statesmen sense to suppose our General obtained, was bought for him at the from the 0 .
'J'L t pay. part Texas highly _;. dd-I _I:. citizens will stand by and take no part with their Church. Orders country thankfully > I f
*w invmcible's crew landed at the river I both of the United Slates and Mexico, woum Uj f sale ofthe spoils} without his knowledge, by received and nromotlv attended to. '. -
5-: John and St. Paul, where they compelled I cover serious objections to an independent republic I friends and relatives, when such attrocilies have J. II. Wharton, Esq.J and for which he w gave* t ---r--J JAQUES M.lIUGOi. 1 1trJZ
1 think witnessed in Texas. Harsh maybe !
J interposed between thf-m. Great Britain, I been ; things Two or three workmen will receive constant -
Mexican inhabitants to bring them woodcd would be in favour of it ; a free port at Galveston, said of them; base motives imputed; and the same $325. mployment and liberal wages. 'i .'.

water. consequently au immense depot of merchandize for might have been imputed to La Fayette and his Gen. Houston's wound is still very bad. 6 Tallahassee, 1836. 5-3_ : j

It appeals that the powerful( navy of McxiM ulterior distribution, would extend the field of her :I sudat s. And if this neutrality individual The ball cut off the bone of the ankle, just a: NOTICE hereby given, That will apply for .j

well as their giand army, have caught commerce. But my objection to the the duration connexion of ,our a- Alnt'.jC'lIlS were observed it would be a thousand bove joint.-Twenty.two pieces of bone letters of administration on the estate of Sa.upson J f

Panic, and to get another tight, they must rises 'from looking ond I forward fear our territory to is already too times more disgraceful to them, than the violation have come out, and some 7 or 8 are yet to Pope late of Jackson couty deceased. ':Vt4.6w 4
I confederacy, ,
"*?> for obvious from of any! treaties or laws. But in my humble opinion His health i is SAMUELBWjLSO. :
ught general _
tho becoming more come. improving.
on terra firma in their own extensive. This is daily have been violated and no laws I
Jfltry. The Invincible Tell Bri- the corruptions almost unavoidably arising out of the no treaties was wretched when he commenced the cam NOTiCfci At the n March county court of Leon -
irj with
a broken. Asa have taken I i I
intrusted to the have been government we '
th, and variety of interests he county, I shall present alhheaccountJllnd'foueh.
magnitude when reached New Orleans
a Dutch he was
UT < and a French vessel, all bound I general government; the vast amount of its revenue; as yet, no part in the contest; we have proclaimed paign: ers of the estate of Robert B. Oliver deceased for a r
CI a Crux. he number and importance of public trusts; the discipline a netrality and we have gone farther tan' at the point of death. The moment he is able final settl&meatand pray for a discharge. i ii V

The frenchman was much alarmed, of party, which requires the "hireling to we were bound, or bad a right tr do in forbiddingour he says, he will repair to the army, in obedi- JAS. LINN, V

tv'te tripes and very support the master, and the master to sustain the individual citizens to take part. I hope no ence to the call which has been made upon 4.6m_.rlmT.with Will annexed. ,
of naval j
single star our flag CI hireling:" and from the difficulty of bringing hometo will be taken by the government to briig on ALL having Taxable property in Madison V
e to him, I steps him. persons '1
an inexplicable mystery, nr.d he the great mass of the people a sufficient' knowledge for it must come soon enong of itself. wnu u vd uui UI ?.? --- -?.__ r--W"ittlu Lt ..
posed' it to belong' to pirates. When in.11ned of their ppblic affairs, ind of the a :ts of the public the contest, have by te OBITUARY. of pay ing the same by attending! at th
stipulated treaty next. 4
Mexic we in
third Sept.
abuses escape says tel Tallahassee. the Saturday
that"il was the flap of 'cxas he was agents, wiihoutwhich the grossest struck with may the objection respect her territory, and that Texas is part of itThe Died i i. this city on the I 1st inst. ?{rs. SOPHIA, wife A. YOUMANS. TAX Collector. '
a been forcibly
detection. I have Baltimore (Md.] aged '
more amazed: he had heard of such London Mr. R. is that Texas once might have been of Mr. H'm. [1. Orchardjaieof ,
I never made by a gentleman of reply{ Orchard visited this lat fall, at the Aog. 27. 1836 3-tf _
e cotntry-kne'7 not where it was, and the Jackson, to the plan proposed by Dr. Franklin in hers but is no longer soWe have seen the Mexican I 3>. Mrs. of her friends for plc purpose of opening ALL persons having claims against the estate of .

ectlOn or a new republic not known to him, 1731 ((20 years before the revolution) for a general and power completely expelled, and an inJepen- Female licit.ion School. Whilst engaged in that sphere of Moses S.Newsom, deed.or the estate of Martha E. -

na t m iIOOed even in the books he had read government of the Colonies, with a President Mr. Jackson -; dant government set up in Texas, with con pie le a usefulness, she not only gave universal satisfaction toher Iaur deed arc requested to present the same within
ID i body at Albany, in your State, whole for some reonihs kind and amiable I mbe debarred V V
>\ to him Legislative possession ol the territory numerous patron, but by her the time required by ,law or they
8S a fairy tale. CaPt Brown that small states always best preserve and AGAN
rap observes, the -we have seen mexico return as an invader i lcd the affections friendship of her rom pnynenT BENJAMIN ,
: hiln politely and lie went on hi* way their manners. Whether this happens in the Legislatul'Cor from we have seen that invader repelled with tie ioss deportment pupils. Her!school continued to increase in popuUir Adm'r. ,f Moses S. Newson,and Martha E. HaganIceascd. '
fJOiCIDg. is for attention
greater room there Now irho in uutil discontinued on account of .
of her usefulness
is for ambition and avarice of the .chief government. ty and
from the less room there others, againstan of fact who is in possession of Texas andI the disturbed condition of the country. The c'mmu. I Au:. 27, 183 ., 4.8w
among point
it is argument the relative
a with
PROGRESS OF ABOLITIONISM. incorporating, union of the colonies of America, might also add, who is in the possession nf the nity i ia general, deeply sympathise Proyidc e. K. COMMIT! O io the jail ci Jetfeison county
tend the future reducing ? But it the question of the deceased in this afflicting DIGKaa be belongs
that to Mexico is named ,*
Prom the or even a federal one, may Government the 5th instant. Miss a negro man a
Emancipator. them under one government." The plan ot of fact, not of'rigid that we arc to consider, and Died in this place, on of Dr.J. to Jacob SummeruVand'was hired to work,

t1-r. ___ IMPORTANT_ DECISION. Dr. Franklin was probably the origin of our prefl the actual possessor if but a (clay or anioitb, i GRACE AUGUSTUS eldest daughter on the Rail Road near TaIISbISC.V The

: -vase 01 a negro man and hiJ family ar1ed federal compact, which has enabled us to av ia so Dolilicallv the owner. We are reminded of our B. Taylor, aged 19." & -n .! said negro was taken- up .ear HoUoiaans, ',
aft evils and which has advanced ihe prosperityof 'rhe well regulated mind, is, at an times, uuu 'the Su Augustine road,on the *7lh inst.
; fugitive |lavas many Mexico and have we not a treaty on
the Court with
ew Supreme our country with such rapidity ; but it is also the tieaty ; to the under all circumstances, unwilling to re ignt! 'as a Runaway, eJ".S: feet I inCh high, has
'r" Jersey has decided 1st, that the law cause of those stupendous corruptions, and usurpations with Spin in the very same words relating in death's cold embrace the dearobct of its affec .SoTihe right&. beiflf burnt bypow er. The

I jl:l\ gf rCS8 regulating the arreit of fugutivc which have brought upon us some of the most of same and why was this disregarded consideredat I tion. And although,upon reflection, we are often owner Isrequested to there one ? The was McCAR
vices of despotism. 1 think is favour of Mexico treaty reluctantly "YM.
unconstitutional because no odious convinced that our loss is their gain, yet him away. V Vr
I'tn ,bJ the power the provision in the Albany scheme,superior to that an end by the fact Mexico becoming the actual the those wlw Aug29l36. ::4-1f" 'Jaw,
constitution to Congress, for civil offices, i is follow grave, even I -
It rtlalt Constitution: all appointments io What is sauce for the gos to ,
in havt .n.ia .y1e
our who
i on the 2d that body leaving only J possessor lex- have long tottered upon its verge, but 1&TOTICE.-Gen8ral Thonaz. :
subject. ,
the Legisluive
whinS every per were to be made by sauce lor the In acknowledging and enlightened ui r ill gentyduring ab.ce from IfIo.
io ?r black, free or slave, was entitled the formality of the commission to the President ;; gnder. principle on which we acknowledged enlivened us by their society '. D GANTT.
him as we act on If left choice we miglf 478 .
were to be madehy their wi to"OI ,
flalLy appointments by V
while military
JUry Ia New J eray- 3 Ji that the with the consent and approbation of that body. Our Mexico, notwithstanding a subistngtreaty'wlth desire te doi. death's fiat, all, who,by thei -ii IX weeks after date, mplicauon wilt be made tothoHoiufhe

a-ferion should be no longer consid- Senate instead of having a real part in the appoint- Spain. bright and sweet convene are.calcula. a ,County,Cowt of Leon for letters.or

te.n.lrtsumptiveevidence slavery in that ment to office, as was intended has now become the: This is not the case of a civil war, when two ted to add examples pleasure to'our fleeting existence Bu I *dmft traiibn on'the esrkte of Rens ier misej-

mere office of registry to the President; and we have: nartiea occupy differeut portions ofthe wine country is denied this prerogative. The event_whi l 1 defteased late of said county. JOHN REA.
de President sustained by a blind popularity and when individuals[ 01'arix e.untry may now SO 186. "611.
that t
i8ion is seen a sfletcc the tomb the Au. ,
the 'ilbiec
virtually that slave the subversion constantpractice has called to
I o
every accomplishing side see
: Lii has been very near ToltmUrer for either th -
:: ao
escape A10 New Jersey eball of the Constitution by means of his atroae, com


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iII -' Ji-- --- 'i'i LEGISLATURE
JtftF '________ -1 ____-rri i-___ LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.- -LEGAL- -- ADVERTISEMENTS_ CANDIbATES01t :

: -- are authorized io announce AILTIIEIt MA- R &

Ii >? tOBUIHKO tTXRT ftitU&DJLt fttORliiftO AT Guardians Notice.SIX A DMINISTATORS NOTICE. and months vouchers afJ5L iSrE Esqr. as a candidate lorepiesent Leon 'TAfLOR
J- t. ter date, 1 shall exhibit my accounts in the council. 44WK ,
S next Legislative
i t Patti dollar*in adranocr Fire In sli month months after date, I shall exhibit to the judge to the Judge of the County court of Leon county county. .-.---", STtiNV-- FLORIDA
1 JAS.
0 r.e4' t will Udbeonthiued unless at the option of the county court for the county of Gadsden, my as Administrator on the estate of Thomas Heir deceased are' anlhosized lo announce WILLIAM TRADE- -' TOULD repectfuhly infai
I/i : No paper of Ann Best and Those having Esqr. and Dr. rncr frisida
accounts and vouchers,as guardian Mary apply for a discharge. CU.stomers, that he
the Editor Jbefbteafrewage*ire paid* that dividend has WELL, as candidates io represent Leon county in the Veto ha,
said r.
j a minor,and apply for a discharge claims on estate, are informed new and
? : ii lir inserted at 43.
M'ooii Council.
.,. : 'insertion and seJ M&tth291836. 33-6ms JESS cCALL been declared and are requested to come forward and ncxl Legislative GOODS, which he is now op .
; enty.fiVeCeUtSj&d&TCfbT the receive payment. T. R. UKTTON.426ms are authorized announce WILLIS ALk nown stand of R. B. & .

: ;;j r fifty cents for etch subsequent eoritinuance. All ad A DMINISTRAFORS NOTICE Six months Ilay S l3C. _ WE' ns a candidate to represent Leon C'y pied by the late H.A.Pierson. (rec5'4'1
Tertiaements will be continued until forbid or otherwise alter date, I shall exhibit to the Hon. the Judge ncxlLegislalive Council. 40 vitcs those ,) and
: who
., wish
of :. Six moinns atier date we apply to to puJa
of the courtlor thojcounty Leonmy accounts jmTOUCfc
..r v r The oder1..c all letters and communications toIhe and vouchers county, and apply for a discharge as Administrator 111 ihe judge of thc county court of Gadsdtn for u WV7K: are authoiized lo announce LESLIE A. c;all and examine his aorUnent,c,1 c.
; postage on the ol Wilson, dec'd., f1'f THOMPSON as a candidate for the Legisla p art, of the following, TIZ'.
I Editor must be paidor they will not receir atteati'on i on the estate ofThomai Howard late of said discharge from estate Simpson
deceasd. JASON ifRINSON. late of said county. I1AtGA1LET WILSON, ti\e Council. 13 Blue, Black, Brown, Oljv. Green

4 0 __ __ __ __ __ __ __ ___ __ __ ___ __ __ ___ __ __ __ county April 16th 183G. 3G6ms.ADMiNlSTKATOK'S 42Cm LEVI WILSON.r authorized lo announce DUURV WILLIAMS r y. a nd %4 i x edIak ,

: ., I4l:4.% ; COTTON GINS. Western Lh.-trict of Florida, f % as a candidate to represent Leon c'y. I Iin l flici k,, Lavender 3Iixed 4. Drab and
friends and acquaintance of Campbell and NOTICE. County of J\ckson. j jrglHE the next Legislative! Council. 47 o;iiew and Article St.ei.msjj
( t THE are informed, that by calling on our for2tber months after date, 1 shall present my accounts petition of Elizabeth Holland, widow ofJL r / Ht are authorized io announce Davul Howard, My arket. J'ESTJXGS of,flCYCt bif0e

: agents hey can be supplied with Cotton Gins of SIX vouchers for final settlement and apply to Lewis Holland!! deceased! late of said county, u ill I a candidate io repescnt the counly of Gadsdi m-of Black and Blue Cloth every

ui the best quality, either Cast Steel or Iron Saws, to the Hon Judge of the County court of Leon County, be presented to the ju'tec of Jackson e-ountycOurt beaprnrntcil at: in__th___<*_nexl Le islaiive Conucil. ___ 5C3wj vet, Fancy Figure! do., splendid 5urjor

: r :J f : suit purchasers. AH persons wishing the above article lor a discharjja from the Administratorship of the estate the i.cxt UctoU-r) term, pr.tvin tRat ctIi1i11II0IICS in the real i T E arc authorised lo announce JAMES A. BElT- S ilk, do., Merino, Valencia, Challke
\: will do well to call on our agents, TIZ:-C. C. of James Bannister deceased. I ; ? to allot and set off lur dower,
TIIELOT candidate to
: husband.Allpoiscnsaren.itificdth.it Esq. as a rcprescr.l a new style English Fancy Silk \
Williams.Leon county: D. Williams & Co. Jefferson I March 19 1836. 32- m N. DUDLEY. and personal estate of her sal deceased the Council.NOTICE. ,
Loon next Legislative
the petition is filed in L County ALSO, A LARGEREADYMADE
J. and I
D. :
; %$ county; Wm. Harrison County; OTlCE.-x months alter date, I shall l'ren:
Florida for further this office uf tlie i-lerk of J. *kson coun/v/ court.K.H. .
'! : t f W. RoWison, Jackson county my accounts and vouchers as administrator of ti) : I

: \ particulars as to price ARCHIBALD, quality. &c, CAMPBELL. estate of Samuel Maultsby, deceased, to the judge ol 4.-:) A. S..WOODWARD M. PAVIIWONanJ) I 1 IIEsubsrir respectfullY informs the pt.iI'iic i iI Amon which are the CLoTMG, .

: the county court of Leon county, and pray io be discharged TVtitionrr. that he vjll have the I B:uc, Black, Brown, OIie
4'i1.: JOHN M. GLAZE, July 1 1C, I lK'i:' At'V.of h Gren
..'. .. from the further administralion thereof. _. B mTht :.c1).E.tl: thcr.ughhy repaired aiiql fitted UI) tor I Nt idberry, Green and !ixed ,
Geo March 5 Dies,
: jlchce village, Marion county B. F. COLK.MAN. .. aicJa ad
r 436m V.7 1 lls I...- subsr.bcm i. t | tf t >- reCjtiIfl oftho te who are willing to P. i i tecl mixcd Orer Coats, Germmn
; STORAGE! STORAGE! STORAGE !U! niTsistr.tt'rS lim estate of ti.v. ia.u iJr. Alexander ofliecembcrnext. He pkcs him- : ; "-
j Guardian's Notice.IX J. >i : i n I m by thetcMilh ; |lined j with merino and silk, quilted thraSf"I

.....,. w addition to his old ware-house the WU'KUII doceaavd, of Jjck&uit to.miy, give: 'iI' that every attention shall be paid for the accom-I a nti SUpcrb article. Superior Blue *

.. :. ':,-, .. F IN build months after dale, I shall exhibit to the Judge notice Or ;;11 pervir.5 itiucuicd l sai-i i- f.itc lo cme i Rtudation? arid convenient-- Li' patron" ; Cloaks for Gentlemen. Black apd

i has reccntlyerected a spacious _s of the county court for thccounty of GadsJen, my for *vrd a i l p.iy, tin; s>.u c. aiid tii.iac v. I.n have cl.iunsairunibt : : A. A. FISHER I Gn-en, do for Ladies B
: .
41 ,iLiv kg 80 by id feet, for receiving T1Ir OTIIYM cotton and'goods.ARTY. accounts and vouchers as gaaidian of the minor heirs : uid c.t r.c.trj: iMj-icstid u, j-fts -i.t th-'in wituin ,'FhIahac.ee. Nov. 80ih' lt5. 15-if I, and Ca&simere, Pants. Black Blue, Bl MUM')ufc

Jonathan Thomas, and apply for a discharge. liie titnc: }j-rtsn-.b l by la-.v, tln'.y a itliLtiiicaled, F Corded '
? St. Marks DecemberV'hlSil.I' I M. P. 1HJV At. who has to iorI.i. do.. Blue. Black,
March 86 1335. 33-6ms JESSEE McCALL- anh
e -- otherwise lh:> notice \\ ill"be t.Icail iuUirof recovery. VV u seille hims'-lfpennanenilyand R. C. ALLEN I tinctt do do Round Jackets. vEsrj EeeImj

:.'4 ) : GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, NOTICE, to purchasers of lots, in the North ad I LYDIA WOLCOTT( have associated ihemselvcs! in the practice of t iOflS, Blue and Black Cloth, BLck
:.' t DRY .( Mr. the City of Tallahasce. The subscriber 4G J. A.11LAUKWELL.; \ Sij an4 p
The subscriber having purchased I the Law. 'rhf-wilIkfPp an office at Tallahas-jee and ofall Patterns 4. Figures, Quiftj ,

: George Lanrrran his entire stock of Goods in the city )having been,appointed, by the Judge >f the "iliddle SL'I'ERIOR'COUR[ lf.MIDDLii: l'IS'l'I : FLORIDA I St. Joseph, and will practice in the Superior courts.in S atin, Englisii Silk striped, do Buff

of Tallahassee) offers them for sale on accommodating Distrct of Florida, Trustee for the Commissioner ofthe 1 ihi: counties ot LeoiiJeficrsopGrusden! Jackson, and cia, Merino, and all the most a'pprotedf ,
t;4 : variety oftfticles City of Tallahassee, in the place of John Y. (7a- JKI-KKR-OX: COCNTT, |ix cI.Ncr.T.JflLrfl L.. ( paue
terms. The assortment embraces a great Ihn- Fnnklinandin the Court of Appeals. They pled'v rp to -.ILnd amr.na th Iai .t

: and by late arrivals from NewYork, is now rey deceased, hereby notifies all whom it may concern Richard LloyJ, !li iuicl es> n> j'ive .-tti.itiieuiion io all) inisniess con a large assortment ef Fine Linen Shirt

: : eWHpfetc, planters and country merchants are invited to come forward and pay the balances yet due on the | ry (Jtt&ijtjinn r.i'6'c/j.Ci in- tided! to their management. WM. P. DUVAL. F lanel di., do. Drawers, Stocks, Glove Wh&Li

., ... tO tall and fTumlnv tKo) good* ic judge Tor iLeiuselves. said lois; as all! the lots having balances remaining title Siquet U.C.ALLENk erchiefs,Black Silk CravatsG on Elatj; Silk
!r.h nil; to ptrfcrl
.3 4* THOMASTILLINGHAST.NEW unpaid, on the first of June neit, will be advertised 13ih I3G. J7tf S ik! Cotiin. and Worsted
February .
I ; -.J. for sale under the deeds of trust, of record in the clerks Lilitbrry! II. J>.i>(s, Tin KM s 1io5'CSSiOfl ti> tie! ) &aver JI.ITS Satin ,

I STORE I office, of the county court of Leon county, lo secure i/. irjitit TIzua i i'iftiu.i.it. | N.2 lit S. :>'-', iho o. '1O'1"1U GIN?._The subscribers hovin- be.-c Beaver do, outh', S .

I PROVISION AND GROCERY. the payment of the same. THO. BROWN. 1 w'iU\tuii.j\ for the I, ver do, Fur sJ-alCa Umbrellas, and ever7

rffTHE subscfibers hate united themselve under UieJL [May 7, l8tG. Sllif j 4,,? 1 .. .Jt.'S!' //. hi* 'ifi.-77t; fll. I ..f Mine *c.ti'jn, :!c <.f/J-j"Vfglirs cotton! gin*, xpl. a snp.'ly of said I which rsncede l lor a Gentleman's outfit.
J. ii.!.;. Would
; firm of & Maner for the of establishing h. irc i ii.1 ltg .i 't iihiti't' ..ul I N. V,'. iaiul W. :.i.Is in ih<- C'.ur.vof f fe cn-liifl n: -nth. They artartcJ ai tify thatduring the past.
Peachy In
purpose the Court for ;
aw t-:' in the town of St. Marks, a Of of cry and Superior die District the of County Florida.of LtunMt., > oIlJinund; Iuye sttc.se!, an.! 3' of N. L'. i of v clionnil froiu 4U to ."0 sans, :irnl will be sold on ari -> rnr, he has e.igaeii in reantafactering tkeaoT

frotition Stare. Therr buildings being large and THOMASBRONVN t't : f.inl ny.nl rtjtftAc.iiit- j ;Ul, T. i Ii. J, S. ii LI I j'niii'siitkfi.!! tti'i..S.Oi L r.L-ir esncd .artiurary fer tiis! i.rke ,

Commodious likewise attending to the T ,rcs 4.I ''aj'liii li't\ diLtuictl iitA.lJlury ha;. JiU, colk bamn and lilt' ) liarr > flour &f : I i for cheapness and durability, are not lobe
,they propose
i.. Keceitrng and FonSarding of Goods and Cotton, fo CHRISTOPHER against > Complainant Ijyli! and 1hti.I \ .t ; !? v fur caJi. HAY WARD & AUSTIN.50G.v. i by any in this section of country; and as the wo
I. : such attention j 1 )( !' liiiai.ls. J Ju; Jd :; l been iv.Jup unxler his own inspection, fce 5
themselves to cat
which .
,, they pledge pay I :
.. subrxona awarded in this case, not hiving > some dc-rt-c of confidence
THE PUN nmr: the m tfr this diy at Chambers, rwomroenj, the nm,7!
KS will entitle them to a liberal share of patronage e executed the defendants op TE lfl Ut; .['UtE.-Tlie ubcrWtr reSecI I
on NVilham Wil- those who !
; : from the Merchants and Planters of the Territory, and Hams James J. Vickers Sarah j ? ill beh.iif i.f Cunij.Ic'.inu.ts by JAMHD.. WKSTCOTT I : int'orlLI:, the pubdc, thi..t he ht3 '.pehld inLI. I wibhtopucLose a 5rst rate article. Ee

4. .p .. t fr tteighboring counties of Georgia. Their goods will I Duval,, and its the Vickers satisfaction and John of 'P.: |(i Jr. Solicitor, and of Coutiic% 1'r C :i:)>!a'uuinis.It ,. ..: CLtV of iaLIahass.e, next door w the pust (.tflCC, a !: would merely add that his Cloths hare been mrchri
.qp. appearing to t'ic i from
I be sotd low for cash or produce. As they will endearto court, that they are not inhabitants of this district, I i> urdtrcd sai'l! I'-.ll l he alid, uud it ajipe.iri by aJH- drg tiTt, In which he v.Ui kee1. a eneraI 3SrLIflent i' iccmediately arriVttU. Importer, and arc from th

4 .1 keep on hand a constant supply choice and inferior but live in the United Stales the said William Williams I davit that sale Dctcml.ints above named, r-.bidc out of dcics, ,,tdiines, c&enLicals surgical jutrUuzent.', tes: :
Gioceries and Provisions of of this Territory, and uhhin the Unitc-i S:.is.i, it i is j : Tal.ihasjce, Octcler 12. IS.!?.
: 1 ; qualities *very) James J. Vickers, Sarah Vickers in the state ;I an i ail tht usual va icy of arlicle that belr.g to tl tf

1'V I of Georgia, and John P. Duval in the state of Keuj I j further ordered, that saJ: Dcfcniian's ajij.t.ir ai.d anNwr \ hinf business. DR. HU>
c said bill thi or bufurc .Monday, the 7. i day ofNoxciabcr The will be carried 31r. LEWIS who
: lucky. Ii is ordered, that the said defendants do shop on by .s; 3u
JOHN BLAIR PEACHY appear 'I i I ls ((5, ,,t1ervic ihe aaiii l>;iitl. .'.i i bt taken '
...? *pen and answer the law cit educated and exp'riiiCd; dr'i.rit-ir.d' allt-- '
.. : complainant according to > the u ot 1'. ,
WM. MANER.St. for ca1esn.d, !; : bcm i.'. i-io !.ti.u: accord i lluuter's
ptIuc.iuoI will be Inestznabl
r And that a copy of this order be published forlh\\ nil, dtrjand prcicriptions ROSI failhfn'ly atieni-! :: sOfl of c puS, p
23-tf ins: to law. Datui June -JJ, Is3o.JC sex, if
Marks.Jan. Ifth 1836. they
in ed kt
.t p carthlh7
I : I some newspaper, published in the City of Talla.hassee to. f \ valu. %h
't for four months successively. By order of his -- N. U. All drugs, Sec. warranted to be zrwuine. i anin' copious Directioni ae.
-- -- r2
1 .',,. PROPERTY FOR SALE.-The Dh MS rilATUll'-5 NO riCE. Ait' EVv ;eru, are enabled effectually to eradic
; VALUABLE : Honour. THOMAS RANDALL Jud-c. ptraor.s.j ; J. KDWIN' a'l I ART.OT1CK. ,
4 for sale Lot number 251 io the li.jc CI'.fAiN DISLAE, and to restore
: JAMES S. Li NX, Clerk. 414mOTICE. .L. s mauds! t.tin.'t laiu of Samuel 1 S.Cnnsiophrr :
original plan of the city of Tallahassee The im* .\ :. % ilh ca e, and ,
a. .;. dcca fril, of Leon county, nil! j resent > safety certainty in a few d.y,.
h.,;: .. prorements thereow consist cf a two story dwelling .-On the first day of the next regular J ttn-n proven i.cnlin'r to law, and in Uu* t time or they THE UNDERSIGNED having purchase! the c.- ;; ETThe exea.-ve s !e and onexampled"n" (! |

house and kitchen, also a small dwelling; which rents term of Leon county court, I shall pply for let- j I will be I I'aircJ' those! md-btcd to the esta.t: will con.e I! tire interest oi Mr. Gideon Emory in the Mtr.autuic ;- 'this Medicine, in thi and other cities, ani prinql

r.. ,. 1 for one hundred dollars per annum.-The premises ters of administration on the goods and chattels, rights ; forward at once ai.t i settle. \ t-siabiiahineni: cin.tictfcd under the ftr of Bet \ 't.jwn3 throughout the L'mou.for the last fifteen jnn-

'9 .. 4 fere enclosed by a substantial patting.He and credits of John Gavin, deceased. j AlAMvI1cF: AdmV. 4 i ton .x Erii'-ry in this place notifies hs irie-nils and: 'durn which it wa saifacurily: p'eparedby lJr.C*

4. also offers for sale a negro girl, aged about 17tears. r July, 1S36 48 HENRY H.WALKER._ July 2.1. l= fl. -17 } cu-xi ..rhat, he ii nov/recetViD;: a genera* ua sort:- way, rncoute'd.ILr prose, tiat hen used withtheL

(J .-She k an excellant house senmm "J TOTICE"-Six months after date, the subscnU mo.t ol'GooJi stlftleil by hirnlt with caRe m Do- JLC'IION l'OIERS, it etiets, a
'. 4..0 49 JOHN G. PADRICK. Ill will their vouchels r.- 1CAll i iaur.8 t-.ri, New York uiA Ealtm.j'c. and uFers speedy cure of that dieadful disorder deuoisuied
: the
S 1 : present elc. to the cuunty | .: ELJu'Vin:.; clau-.ii against: : the estate of Ja.'n, s U.-yan;, j same ,
; court of Gadsden county, and lo be at ruluceJ prices at retail. \i the stand oecupud by :Scourse of the H-i:>aa ilj.ee.
OT1CE.-Six weeks after date application will pray discharged I late of Leon county itrc-3scJ, arc refj-urcii to -
.qv *
)I be made to-the judge of the eomty court for thg' from the administratorship of Henry F. Vonjc- theT1! d Jv at.tluntioatcd: v itl.jn the turn j.re nfctdbv th- late fnrni. AL.SO. 'i 1: The I'lLLi aeaecjinpaned: weitbeeajr.

county of Leon, for letters of administration on the JOHN W. MALUNE, law, or they % ill L e f-.H-vcr barrnJ : tioi ir.ii bitd j r.xpcctcd daily per ua Harciony," direct from 'quires it. v.'j; tLe INJECTION POVIYZRS.ithCEUA'l'E
43 T- J. KENAN. j t Liverpool on <--jp..u nnerir. : t.e-e cr>n-:::are most powerful tnediea
of John H. Gore late said
estate of count deceased to the estate arc rtijuestLil to ja ike itutdute ,
1 Gadsden pay- : t tor.> l..nrmieieil IRON, .1; applicable to the variouc stages of this Protean inI
July 83, 1836 506p THOS T CLARDY CountySuperiorCourc. mmiy ELI'/AUIIYA.V, AilMiiiistratn.x. "
v m > 0 Crates Eaithern WAIIH i tier FuUund directions ith
-.,.,/ .. -; < plain \% a popnlar.! tratej
: LITTLEBURY i.- A <*IM H. j JONES' -vj LL )' .)U I A T the next January tenn of (juniy ciut j IM> pk-ces CoTTON NAGGING :j explaining the \arious sjrr.ptcmd, and the modenl
&* JlowanJ'* Tonic Mixture and Anti'Costive Pilfs.IN ivs /3LI will nccouuta and \ouchcis and ,
| reaenlniy |i lo.-fk !
pray $ ;> Liverpool ttturmt 1 >-\ LT, : treatment, accompany each box, so that persons i x
STt.l: consequence of the numerous attempts to palm DAVID THOMAS. J fin Chancery to be disch! .irire;! fr-un the administratorship o:' tL,c vrhih he otcr> at whoLalc to Merchant! ?, a: or riea either sex mnv cure themselves.i .
iI spurious imitations of Remand's 'valuable Medicines cs'atti nf \Viiitiiiiirt, dt.'e.cd. I Ne>v York
.. T prict i (Price of the l'iisI a box ; the Injection Powile
,; on the public-he has determined to confide the I appears Thomas to the satisfaction of the court, that David { Uo'-k.Co.i/ort. Jur.c I 11.I -I4m*; W. f>. Kr.NAN. t C iiion purcLaicJ o. u>ual.J aid C'erale :>0 teiitaejcii.)

4, : : Kales exclusively to agents in different parts of the but resides in the does not reside of in the United States, lAllNl.VrKATUl( N7iThTr.Tx( P nToTths; ,, TL'RBUTT R. CETTON [ilr ejnretl fiorn the original Recipe 3"n JI3-
: country, from whom alone tJit genuine article* can be province Texas. Il is therefore $ ( ) i ,.
after .
datc I
on motion of complainant's shall sr.bmit to the j'.rlirc r>f thec.'iM- the late Dr. U" T. CON WAY. by Iiis imtnerfiare( S*

r"4's i '. had, and to of guard unauthorised the more venders effectually he against has instructed the impositions lication be made (for the lerm solicitor of six ordered months that) pub ty court for the rnunty) M.vli-on, :..v oc-otmt ..t,d] .JAMES" JUFlNONlihlWE.- j i cc-ur. and the Sole I'r'opnetor. T. KIDDER.

; bly lo the statute in such case made and uzrn---& j TD.e1.-q! sis r..liuijistrator on ihu tl4t of Geo. Miller i DRAPJKK AXDir i whom thev nuv be hid at his Counting KOQIO, i if
t his in Boston New provided
: rf4J
York ,
agents and late of s-iid q '
V'I1 Philadelphia, that aid respondent, David Thomas do county Ucctu.iedx.vl T-py! fir n .-,- Chambers">cr"\i>. W, D-it door to J. X1DDER'
i*, i :i i"Tr f Baltimore, to make no talci to mtreJumtt and oilier of appear and el.lr'r. .M i"<*,..! JHJIN k I T.ILL.-1IL-iSLE, FLJ:
plead, answer or demur, lo the :VILLRH.I i Drag Store corner of Court and hanover Streets
:; any of the Medicines to be carried Svntk for tale again. complainant's bill filed ( \ .. \ .,,-/A *
Large quantities of a pernicious article in imitation of herein before the expiration of six months or the same j! A D.MLMSIllAlii.VS.NUirLt| -\T.j" 7Tm.havni5cV.irisaiainst : F.Tvictt, Jeictler, iiJlonne if.i.i I near Concert Hall. Bos'on. and also b/ his app*

J '' the genuine Mixture have been manufactured Lu will be taken pro confesso. A true copy from the -: the etafj nfii"s Sp. 'iut.1 repfcifuily inform Ins friiuL and the F 'inent. (together with nil those other falaab'e Mehi

,?1 I tins S. Comstock &- Co. of New York, and tent by to the minutes. 456n:. Attest J. R. HARRIS Cl'k. late cf Leon county de.ascI. are req-un t.. rrc .nt'' JL public, thai ho has just returned from the North 'cines, as prepared bv the late Dr. Cojwir,) bj
.. ,p-i-1 Gadsden them duly authenticated: within thy piM-rJ't-.i witn a new ami splendid assortment cf E.BAU.\ARDJr.&Cou:: (No.6.)
ir' South for tale. The name of Rowland insteadof Row- County Court.-To July Term L3T m.jc } L GOODS) it:
by law or tluy v.,.i Lc ft.revcr barr-ni linf. Feeling irra'i: fnl i" r the I.bera! DzucGisr.Ta : .
i: : and, is on lli e bottles of the imitation. The genuine WILLIAMNUNAN, ) ; tios iutictcd: shore of patroiia -
jk article may be had of the following persons, who are vs > Attachment. to the estate are ixtjucj ud to make in tin .I-; : m>. _-<- JicrctoiuitextcriJtii to hin: I he hopes by src: .' a.ace. June 2 f IS.'Jj. 36tf.
: JOHN PHAGAN. nicnt. 5tiw LLlZ.flEl'l I ( attention, to merit a continuance ot"th*> "
the only ffgtntt in this pert of Florida and' Georgia ) I'EA i. sniue. '

i'! E, Bainard jr. &co. General Agent, Tallahassee 1 OTICE is hereby given of the institution of said Ut'l.1-Six( weeks after date Klarze nu nentrs/t n.orlmtnt cfe .E -- ; I:' x CULLECTOR'S LIST xoTICL-Js
} apjiiaii'in \viJI I (follow
cz.m ai5fof I shall attend the
.Lxl suit attachment (:uJi3iii7Ig \ pun=': la\r. at
William Kerr &. Co, Tltomasvillc, by made returnable to the above niad** to the J'ud'ic ut'tie :
fur '
1: ; : James C. Eccles, Quiney, mentioned term of said court. The defendant and I cf Leon, for Letters uf Administration county court the the county : IVue ba.! % mixed, green, Lottie to. invisible and I 'places! for the purpose ot'ccliectin; the Territorial ai
k\ all other on CSMof iJiMlne: : -ido. County:: Taxe->, for the 1S3C to wit:
Kerr & St.Marks interested < London and Golden year ,
Sturges, persons are required to appear and Charles T. Allis. U. 11. G.\l>2sDEN. Drown: Tlurab, E. 1thofSetembVzilbers
Thomas plead lo the declaration filed AUvil.iJc, rnulbeny concealed At Window's un MonJav the *
t Alexander, Hickstown, in the case. All: Ilit til, I&-.2-t(> Vil ; violet, and viclorir.e
Darius Williams &Co., Monticelk, R. II. M. DAVIDSON, Att'y. for Pl'iT. ; MXvctks j I purple.; Dra > at.d: brown Prfer-luni, for o'.v.r curs ." \ Stoe. ( ihe.JPo"v.H) Tuesday 136
4 '
; : J. D. Carpenter, Mickasooky July 16, 1836. 49 :tfter idLe apjiii'Minti will [tie (: \s>'iMris St. Mark" Wedaciday. 14tbj

1Iti The label of E. Barnard jr. Jjrco. will be on all the _next U Ill LIt.- ; LI i II'; IJUI y ii-i ir ;nc cuttniv i CurJ\l, diignal, buckikn;, checked and j Magnolia, Thursday, laa
January of Leer. lor L printed of
of GadjJen
term ucrsif.
NO'ffCE.-At ,
\diniii-t.-.iwn! '
the B.'ocker's! oil
il bottles sold by the above agents. the on estate of i the rihest cinors.GC'AT'S I place, Friday
i .. undersigned administrator on | Israel Muu-f! deceaM'J |hate uf juiid tfa
: j ; Tallahassee, July 7th, 1837. 48tf the estate of Williaci D. Harrison deceased .-, ; coun'v 1/AIR CAMCLETS of various Edwin Han's Saturday
will colors
j August l3o-jQ.Gxv
ore- OII.. "
1r sent i iiis accounts and vouchers foi settlement GADSDEN.VjTICESix ? for C.uaksaimd Wrappers.; Parish's S tore(Mickasaky)MoaJ 1JJ

,1 ,. FRESH SPRING GOODS, Just received by estate, and pra/ to be discharged therefrom.with said j i weeks aiilr date. 1 aj. 'v the 1 VESTI.VGS. ) "' J 'bn SI.ehee's Toesd'y 2I

$$1 a from Baltimore, an extensive and B. MEACHAM hun. the JuJ-e ot the ; .Sol'T.di I English JL..h Mo r -'s \Ved esday
Administer of W. D. I. ; county court of Ltou figured silk, figured silk Velvet {I 2JohnTa.um's
I a county John
iI 4 ; choice assortment of goods, consisting in part of the Harrison. Quincy. July 23, 183G 50 for Luttr oi Administration on the tsUitf Hciiia- cl'itii Velvet, tiur.d: and painted ChoJes, intended for S .. Ken.'rictCg, Thursday

: -. following articles, viz : nimlarhcrjiIccM.; JAMES II. partieplain and figured Marsailles Friday {
NOTICE Six Months PAllKtU. i Drocade Q.uilt-I S4tft
after .i
,tv. dale 1 shall j Saturday
GROCERIES exhibit 'rzlll.Liasc! Juy! IGih, 1630 'I in- *, J iured Wtltin HackIcy'sTalIaIiassee( }
-52 ((5. 4'
: :., tr Shoulders, middling, and hams, bacon, Bait cured, ray accounts and vouchers and apply for a discharge I v i expressly for parties 'checked liutTCasameres, Stockii I shall attend froai 10 o'clock A. M. until 3 O'CIXk
L4b t Dried beef as Administrator OP. die estate of George Paythress UiiCK-Mx xvtek alter thutI striped nud plain P- 31. cf each TILMAN J. FRENCH
Baltimore flour, and macketel, I sl.all: iii.ke,, npr.Ii-. ; rieriii"L'.isemerts, of diflerem day.
& : to the Judge oldie County Court for the oJ' t J cation D the Hun. the J itd.i. colours,stocks of e ery : 153t .
Beef pork, laid, herrings, and codfish, county ot cnuntv c..uu of Leon i description. Linen ar.d ci>:to.-! shirts August, > 4-2w
Jackson. bosoms
.pl: 1 9. Madena and JOHN. C. PAYTHREa'S oi'intv, fur Letters of Annuni.tr ,, and col-!
2 port tbet wines, : on tilt Cs>lalc of; lars, C'Ui-i Elaaiic JSusj -n Jers '
July 30: 1836-51-Gm linen and buckskin 1ALL&ULss 24th Aug
t:1 At l 1tO tlit 'I't ,
: ia c in
.4 Champaigne and t'i'irrd.t
cogniac other brandies GIo\e
tiniury <, t.3criI1u amiti silk hues half ) late I L.
I I Preserved DARIUS WILLIAMS 4. In the Au_:uft mil.; isr.i-: ; ->.itt do. lambs wool do. GENERAL ORDERS.-SarancI Farkhill-
gW>gerr tamarinds, and citron, Superior Court WM. IL I'lANClS.i1'lUE.ix plaid i'.nJ plain silk Cravats is bcrebjJpoinced '
fancy Handkerchiefs CaL of ihe 7th Florida Militia
I Reg. ,
1i'; Dates JOHN A. CRAIG c't
prtftes, figs raisins, and almonds I Middle District '
every description, Nctt Drawers in
eck and shirts rlannel Adjutant General of the Territory
I merchants afler d.ttcIha1j !
j Pickled etc. !
Jefferson t
s and anchovies > Countv. api.vto and
oyste ,
cagores, ci ttoi llannel
> : do, will eobeI
I1! the linn. i lIe
y with vs I | judc: of the n.nnty court lor the place Thomas Brown resigned.
Together an extensive assortment of all c..untv -
lands of groceries other ROBERT VICKERY. J < Leon, fur Utterot" L- !in.srItofl on the estate 1 taJoonu 1tiJy made. clothing.-Dress and frock coats, pan-f and respected accordingly. R. K. CAU-

t : DRY-GOODS.* THE defendants and all persons concerned are here of J ,im Lane hue ..1 j> sj county dcreasi-il.: I sis.ui.1!! plain urid; and and pl-iin rigrred slk velvet, velentiu, cloth, Angus:27ii! 1336.TO 3-3w

1 Blue, black, green and invisible, broadcloths, notified that a petition hiss been f!led in the ltkr MARY LAXE.OTICK.Mx hair catnblet cloaks f- marscillcs vests : goats CONSU3I1"'!
1 f : New style of Paris above case in the clerk's office of said wrappers : India Rubber over TIIE ASTHMATIC AND
painted muslins, court praying nr-ks after !a' ..doTTiTl : coats, htx-k coats, and lejr fin HE all! Dise**J '
wrappers fatal of
t 14 I ; :' BeeftfQcker and the forecloser of a .1. a.pli.: ms : also, a lull most prevalent and
pfoin other mortgage on a of land
.i 4. 7-8 chintz and calico ginghams, nated as the west half of the, tract desig !>o made to the in.L-e ol f the ciuiUy 'o-ir' ,,f ij ; supply ot silk and fur hats. c.ips, etc. j| JL dent to civilized society-the Consnmp prints handsome patterns, sojth west quarter of j JiM>n county, f.>r letters of adminibtniiiun i the' j His i-loths were imported from the Western [ o1d"1 1i
fl Alarming!
section 32 on es of generally oelraced lathe least
( London township three part i
t : Superior Marseilles vesting, range six, north and cast. late of Jts:.e Wi itis lati! ,: of said countv ilc-rnsn| Ihisiari'l: and ho will warrant them to be i a sh !hlbul estimatiOn it >Pf"
equal to negleclftdcold. By
Summer cloth M'CANTS }
for coats, variety of colours, all'y lor petitioners. I Itjvf; RICIIAK1) 1'i-oiuih: LI, tl"2 market he any ""
U also that
$l wr L.ethw. Tuscan, Manello, & Palermo bonnets (new July 30th 183'J. A i fin, be Ircfili warrant them lo one hundred acal filly ihonsand persons
., they were puicluscd of ihe ilosl of these dreadfalrmay
on the f.y consumption
tA :.t 1LLC ) Middle District of Florida.-GacLden County Court.. N0r1c1-Ai: )IKISUIIS! ind-.bt-i to the S-.iWibcr A-r arrival of the packet from Liverpool and be attributed cold and a ttfi
k Giass cloth, and a variety of pantaloon stuffs, IRA SANBURN, ) or Meal, botmht at Ins, Mill ly not ii.jtireJ consequent- j to common ,
at by
Li1.ti.a lying hand. gsserllit'which
r ; | me : on He has in his em-i treatment of the h.irrassin coh that
p r' III : Figured and plair. muslinsdiaper and Irish linen) vs > Attachment. rcquet<- 0.I. II G. rnx: end to 1 ploymciu! the best of workrner-and he will make I ij followed? diiEcult brcathmS-F

; Fancy gauze and gro'de nap shawls, JOHN PHAGAN, ) noicrf* the, un5! .!eirnu H PI paying ti .iee. work in the best manner and up usually by !IIOItCI 1fl
; at shortest in the side
t notice. I and at last Lungs.
t Burlaps, osaaburg, bagging and coverlets, NOTICE is hereby given of the institution of this Aui-u. t 5th, 18jr52-bw: A. .MClAT. All orders from the country brIngOnC0'
Hosiery ladies gloves bells and punctually attended io. t repeated Asthmatic attacks, also
belting returnable P'
to the next July 31. 135, i1
$ ti i Ladies fashioimbto! belt clasps, Term of said court. The defendant and all otlicir NO'1'lE-Iuiix.; my absence from the Territory, 15 II( svmDtoms. One or two dollars expended

1 l. r Ribbons, silk handkerchiefs ar.d cambrics, persons are required to appear and plead lo the declaration O. H.GADILF..V, Kiq. will!! attend to my general business KK31EDY FOR illlEUiMATIS.M. I chase ofiuMFktls

Gum elastic epfons, etc. etc. etc. etc. filed in this case. an( .Mr. James Imric, to any tiling connected T HE excruciating pain-the decrepitude and defor REMEDY FOR '1'HEj 1 t

rt. t READY-MADE CLOTHINf? 1%. u. M. oAviuaUN, Atl'y. of Pl'fi" with my P antation. A. ML'RAT. Laity, am' the premature old which The proprietor begs leave to recommend (
age the
t t. the July 16. 1836 Atir''t, 5th are
ii most : 1S3G. 5-2-w
usual attendants the w
of of
the does
(ashionable style.( '19 disorder, are suffered by ma with the fullest confidence) one
: P31I'complainL
HARDWARE Middle Uisirict Florida.-Gadsden from despair of a cure, or able remedies known for this troublesome and ?
Couii. rO.l.hI.L.S1X in tl
tent Counly '
pocket rifles; percussion IRA I weeks alter date, application wil of > ; erncecy feemnough '
; 4 and Coffins SANBURN, ) t. Lu mudt' numerous pretended antidotes Without going into detail, lie <
guns pistols, axes, hatchets, etc. ') the County Cmrt of 1oit County to effect ihi *
j !' SADDLERY. vs > Attachment. for Letter* of A fl niiiiitr.tti.nl on the es.te ot" purpose. But those who have made a fair trial of io say, he has in his possessiontoenw '

4 1 Staff flaps, Kentucky and English saddles, FRANCIS SI. VINTRY, ) Lee, dec. ''at2 ol s.ud Couniv. Rogers DU. JKWTS CELElUiATED LINIMENT doubted testimonials thai it has more 0flplet5hJ tha 'T

4t4 Hods asd rerasjmertingalls, andsaddJe bags, 1 TWTOTICE if suit ishertby given of the institution of this JAMES > LEE. even incasesof longstanding, and of the most severe ivered the purpose for which his intended,
ottf horse harness by attachment, returnable the character, have received other popular medicine,
wagon complete to next July August J. 11GiDUOkSESwAlN1ED-1-fnv certain relief, and hav
'Ir Cart harness all made term of said court. The defendant and all been cared in a few days, in iM many This remedy is perfectly innocent in in'
T 1 to order and by the best of other per some hours as a nun dir 0?
t 4 workmen. sons interested, are required to appear and plead lo her of persons in Boston and vicinity, who were for lo all conditions, ages and seies. Foil,
d : BOTT51BHOES hats the declaration filed in the case. : FORTHWITH merly atihcted with RheumatUm. have description of the complaint, &c. acc01Pl

I: and Silk umbrellas,, brushes, cap and, whips combs., canes, cotton R. H. 3f. DAVIDSON, Au'y. for Pl'fl. JTA1TED fur the L. States service, -10 good lied. Certificates are in the possession of\ery the fully 1'roprie testi packet, which consists of two boxes. Ointment '

0 PERFUMERY w d a variety of fancy articles tin July 16, 1836 49 V strong liorses, as pack horse?, for which the tor, proving the most thorou n and surprising cures bj Electuary. Price, $1 for the whole, or 5U ce

ware,crockery and stone war For sale lOW, on OTlCK.-All persons having any claims highest ch! prices will be paid,-.delivdrcd at head means of this powerful LINIMENT, in cases where ut one of: the articles is wauteii-

the usual terms,by the estate of William D. Harrison uguiust quarters jy order of the Commander-in chief- other approved applications had utterly failed. C01T .

: ; 0. H.& T. E, LINDENBERGEE. hereby warned to present the same to the deceased subsciber, arc apply! /. Ca| /. JOHN SHAW, J. Q. N. DUMFRIES EYE WATER To those afflicted with '

Peb. 27 1831.c within the time Tallah.-esce-Sent.: H.1AKK is ; iit' For lIE celebrated Albion Corn Plaster affordjij
i ; S9tf prescribed by law, or they will be for sore or inflamed Eyes, gives immediate ano
ease am dissolves
-- ever barred of recovery : anH nil time* lnI.lt..l ; NOTICE That in relief. On recent sore relief, and at the same time
_ thirty days utter this eyes is iCEUTIFICATK.
.. ii II 'TOTLCE.-The said e&tale date -Where the most saluU- the Corn out by the roots, without the least PI
are I
subscriber requested lo make immediate as ndminislrator ofthc estate of Pelctiah ry. complaint has been of witft Cor
New.J receieii.per B. payment. and years standing, "To lho. afflicted ,
Wliitehurt in e
.ckoooer MEACHAM some
Joy from Administrator dec. and exceeding bad
guardian of
of %V. D. the infanl hcir.-j of cases,the
I Irig a general wort o( spring Harrison. Quincy, July 23, 1836. 50 said decedent, shall apply fo the Hon. Thomas Rindall and de/ able relief has been found in most the unexpected of tht their feet, I docenily, that I hare used ADJJ
tp I '-consiatzig of d ad weeks Judge of the eye water alter other : Plaster, with complete success. Beforf ubl*
? Superior
: print punted re musJin SIX afterdate application will be. Court of ihe Middle Dis- every remedy had failed. Man which a
to Arsons box it
florefrtc ; tiict who have } completely cured a adrjefl
*, caitons b.1x4 Hon. the for used i $
4&gnl sawnets erminets county court Gadsden authority to acll! and convuy the :, pronounce it the best
etc. 3 4 and 54 bleechef a.rdbrown dotj; letter*administration on the county fo real estate of said infants situate iu the aration for these complaints ihcy have pro for many years. I make this public
I estate Alfred WilKe countv of ever met with
4.nd 5.4 ; Leon. in those afflicted with that painful complant-
fkutens&ndumon deceased- specially cases of siiA'Flushing
hecka JOSEPH soreness
; 1OOpj JOHN JVlcMILLIN. A RLE Y. or inflamation of WMPnicic
1eott & loaf Aug.26.1836. 3.6w A ujj. 27, IS9. 3-4w standing. Price 25 cents a Lottie. long L. I. Feb. 28.

gir, etc. EXped pet ikooaer.wina None are genuine unless ,50 cents a box.
I tnent c1 months after date the C AUI'lON.-Ahl persons are hereby cautioned printed ) signed on Ntbe outside (ETNone: are eeauinne unless aigncd on
.: i a fw sp rites & doubl undersigned, adminis a- wiupper, by the sole piopiielor. T. KIDDER 1-
; .. trator of the estate of Dr. Thomas J. Snowdcn galast trading for r receiina certain romis. immediate successor to the laid Dr. W. printed wrapper, )7 the sole proprietor, w
I tdit deceased will sory note, drawn by James Stewart in favor For sale T. Conway immediate to the late Dr. W. *
pwt s.intQ present to the Probate of Emily at his successor r. yq (
arsj Counting
tbe41pN. f. A'FOJL3LYDUYAL atamine(or accounts. for final ettJement,and apply for a court discharc. ChilJs, dated July I Uh, 1S35, now ,in possession of street, near Concert Hall Boston, over NoDO- Court For sale at his Counting Room, over 5Vbl:
: AM f EDW4BD SELXAS. Rufus Ballard, as the said note is paid in full cial appointment by and also by his spe street, near Concert Hall, Boston i "J

1836. 2m JAME8 STEWART. S.: Druggist. special appointment, byE.
Aug. 27th, J836. TallaJiawee BARNARD Jr. & Co. BARNARD Jr. 4 CTliisee
t 13.
14 (No.a Feb. 3 123d 30 ItI.

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