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: April 15, 1837
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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cOTT0i'B : best rmon t. suppoM that erScer will b.

the >' : I reun. t the utmost expedition; and, in ib_ .

< vkg i Iean time, you .wi make .1 such dispo*).

f lions a-i 10 for :
11rne g | may b you promoting t._
.aJOn. I the plan of campaign prescribed in the '

re "LAISSEZ NOUS' }. AJ1tE." instructions to General JeuPI; and after hf

Oct. I ... .bal have relieved you, you will also be plea
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-- so the state of ,
cooperate y ur '
U tL 1 WAgQ iz l AtPmUaa kCsC a < tL. watte elN). tN). health nod your other engagements may allow

THE ,- -p__._ .___. __ .___ __.__ L-._ in execution of bis duties. t
rirt Tof '
I Aa a funh.-r profofmy ennui n>..in ynr fin, I iyou : REPORT. I am. sir, very respectfully t.

::' by R. Y. Well- for will please order:-te n double Gin,O ihe same size, I I Frtm lit Secretary of War, in C mr:11iff'f'tt iou lIi rnivtitn -. Your obedient servant L .

.tutc};. ;.I ', Esq. as an Aucti n my plantation and oblige voun, respectful: I I oj the Senate .f the $14 and |lit: irdAIiI B. F. BUTLER,
J. I
0iey EXCHANGE.!' by any iitua-For Mr. litton also, stated th.u n he had not just! before campaign Imtmitlinz in Florida.copies ef torrttpvndtlut relative to I/IC I Secretary .f War, ad interim, t'.

;, to bought two nt w Common Gins, that he would II I His Excellency R. K. CALL, _
Y. WELLFORD. likewise have ordered one or two of the PaU-nt Gins Governor
rftJe for his plantation JANUART. 23, 1837. Flerida, '

rILDtS Sibley From .\lr. II,F. M'Krnna.ef the house of Brander Read, and ordered to be printed. I'
r M'Kenna ff Wright of New Orleans. [No. 2.1 :.

tr ( Dist. of Flo:) Dr A Jones: Dar Sir-In reply to your note, accompanied STAR DtrARTMENT Jan. "'Al DEPARTMENT, Nov. ., 1838. ,
on 20 1837.
keq by a specimen of the cotton sinned by jouiPnleniGin ,
Sir Before this
:- communication reaches
n m as Attorney and I l eg leave to ob rrre. that i h exhibits a Sir:-Pursuant U the resolutions of the _
gripfl0 of debts, etc in decided improvement on the usual process ginsing, Spnat. of the 14th and 18th instant I have you you will have beceme fully acquainted I r
d llw all the Courts in ilni dcl'verms: the staple and rree from with ihe of' Governor
| uninjured nap or Ihe honor herewith to transmit retrograde mov rne.its _
residence of J. D. trash clean and of; good colour ; thereby giving the copies of thecorrespondence I Call, and the other events connected there t :
article an additional val lit'. Thece favorable imires- called f.r thertin. _
) : 25-tf lions of the ad vantages of your patent gin, hove bern Very respectfully, with, which havo recently occurred in Floru +

eonfirmed by sul<.equrntly w itnrusing it in o.erition.| Your most .b't scrr'r, da. These circumstances buve for a time .. _

4 mr The utility of the doable cylinders and saving of labor B. F. BUTLER : suspended offensive operations; and fromID _
jgtb :: next door to his! resi will l-e f.nvrd and '
readily p. properly appa-ciat- feeble .
slate of Governor health tt i ito
aied Streets. D.sir"ul ed by the inulli:;<-U planter. Secretary of War ad interim. (all _
oisin : the business entros- Feeling a de p mli rest in the surressof! improve. Th Hon. MARTIN VAN BUREN, be feared that he will no able to prose _

& : such ATTOR- ments tending l<> bencfit the imM| >ru .. : Senate.
with .11 _
unei" i S. District Attorney geller. country.!justly.rusi that mints.Vey yours. will meet wiLt me encouragement < promptitude and energy which the crii i i- demands. _

( .). who" will punc respectfully, your >d'( nerv't. (ITO.. Z-) .-The President has therefore dete' '
mnea 10 to >
commit rim COUKII-IKU
i ludre will attend the ;/. F. M'KENNA. WAR DEPARTMENT, Nov. 4, 1836. you : u .
I '
V Courts of Jeffer From Mr. G. Senior n .Machinist ..1'\.1.! Sir:-On the 29th ultimo, a rumor reached army serving in Ftorida, and the genernl dj I ; -
JncksvnCounius, Dr. Jones, Dear >ir-In answer l" your il1q1lil y of rection of the war against the SI.li.Ilel >1 :
retained.' myopurenofyour: Pi entCotton Gin I Irg !.:.ne to this city$ thr.ugh the Charleston papers: You will accordingly, on the receipt of ihb .

I WE. 'l'COTT.Jr. state, that 1 was (iltrcn jeirs t'ug. .e'I in the c/llou trut you had; marched, with the troops under communication, should you then br at (rover. .
I., factories of :Manrliesier, England t and rnnnf four your immediate command, to the Yilhla
nor head-quarters and if not, so s'ion .
of that mmI, fonman tIe house ot Cal. a ,
was III
years cher and there discovered the in
CD : ivtd a tresh fot enemy
simply .Vessrs. Lrwiii Wi ha &. Co and yon can reach there. .r can con>muniCHt t 1
J 30. 1 II, :us ne\r ue years %
\ :: 1'EltFU. considerable fore' and that, instead of
: nirlis cpinni in the lioiise of mi 8>rs Sitnford 4 (fI'ene. I ; crossing with him, assume the command ol ail the J forces i I
following : have Gin in have the river and attacking him, had ful
: Pinkroot i'o.' Sus. seen your cotton operatin.sril examined you in the Territory. '
\ the cot/.m Giiined by it, and poneuncc itb..uer ler. bark .n Fort Diane to obtain provi..
.) ( ; .\ .rea and V rmi. up The hostile Indians having been discover f fed
cleansed and the nijile less injured man any From the iif last I
Chlorine Tooth sion: tenor your despatch, in I
considerable the
cotton that ever came uni'er Ohsrvtti'n It is force on the banks of
: li>h COlI( mel! and my under date October 10 in which sta- .
; ) for the )bieaker aid you Withlacoochee
completely ready without lie ot and having b.n aNe ascertained '
"AS : Aj,>erient Lemon, Willitton't and\ Sars- r he blowe, ansi, ueuld. thercf....('. So\&e tue first process t hd that Major Pierce had united with you the that their principal camps and settle f

,1. in inanulaciuiing the .iriic'c. 1 r"lIslier cutt.'n day before, making your force thirteen hun .
Lanrets best.Spriii" ments situated south of that
are the
: on did.
*w clcanrrd by your Oin, would omuiand from .ne to and j .
: STEWART" dred and fifty :strong, bringing seven days'rations '
will make nil suitable .
cernS : two e< nfsin the pound more ihan the av. rage or'ps you immediately .. .
to the Post Office.) whole that with these
nfl : bronchi;: into .Manchester
ffrr)? : ll.- W.-\ltlJ. common Gins.
t.ly S..ible, T.Talla.asee: Yours very rrspectfallr.UllOKGC! laroochce. in the hope of encountering the the whole betneen the VYilnla
Irrcd in dun in firoh. has J.E.XIOR.Dr. his. holds and that the country t
nhinj:::, .\ \ star in hil forulirati Jonr. n.ir Sir-1 In an-w-r to your li.qmry enmy in Mining ; depotsat ceochee and Tampa Bay. With a view to
i",rl:ill j months ngo. $25 respociing my epini m ot your Patent Coiioii iii> Yolusia, and at the mouth of the \TithUroochee this end, you will first establish posts at or I "ft

t tl) jse: ; Crown's Huttl! I have to s.ate; that I have been engaged in .pulling would atferd the menus of replenishing near the meuth .f the Withlaroochce, at Fort
plain: : ; H'm. CAUTION. up the Carver Gins. |li'r pla.iteis on lUd Rivrr and i i supplier; it was confidently hop..d }
J your King, and at Yolusia and will take tho t
fill. 33tf, that I have seen your Gin in opeiaiton, anil have; examined It ; you 1
I that this turner would erroneous.
inn ,, the quality of th* c-lion P"hu'cd! b)' it ; I consider I prove proper measure for securing through them I J
Int'n. : ( arc T. cautioned it equal if n. t superior 10 the Carver liins : In was, however, substantially confirmed by various the safety of the frontier. You wil also, I .
,il< and' \ : to Lumpkui audition to which, I think jour feeders a d'ciJed improvement communications received during the
l.trs, payable: at the through the same and by means
i: of. e | and the aid ef wlmh. the : of the g
; by : qn.ituy f the week which also .
Arthur Afacun early part present ; certain and
MJIII cleansed transportation as may be most 4
co.ton much Hut
; : ; ul'/e..rs] nnpro.ed, over
for which the additional that Colonel
it us intelligence
the prodused oy the common gins. gave economical make permanent auangctnonts I
!KI.V i>c j p::>iul ALSTON.. unUis rom Your, .c.SILVESTEIt. Lane, with the regulars and friendly I Indians for procuring sufficient and tegular supplies. ..

BEN'EEFT.! : under his cemmand after marching from 1
: So soon those dispositions shall be com
\\llltl': !! New Oiie ns, :March 10, 1/l'.U7. Tampa Buy to the Withlacoochee, had also 1
OTTO GL\ In addition to tiie.ib.ne, the p.itcnt e wi.l: ie.rcrplanters pleted, yqu will concentrate all your disposable ;
IS i L 1 to the foU.." riilem itn\ retired to Fort Dratie; that the Tcanesse! ; farces and without to :
III;; :,; II, who save < proceed delay cross
: I If made
ciou ( or ill tingle-: double the seen the GUI III operation or have examined ,iam.lei ,. brigade, having sustained ar serious loss in the Witblacoochee, and to ; yourself "71 t 1
M ;.: just cleansed by it; .Aleuts.. :.. J. D.ck. '1111.,111&Uoar- ht>rea, and being destitute ef forage, had. possess ..
I Indians :
cylinder iiu of thn the ,
; HID positions
now occupied by
wiry, lett 4- Co., U..IIIIY"I: \ &. C>., LunV'li: & 1'liomp-( .
I Black and that in
e\"illuo this been moved to Creek con
) ,
io :
tel, and patent; son, Muftm, Pleaiktnli! & Co Hermann liri ,g:* & attacking and routing' them in their strong !
found .
SlLflUS < ; .y by a.e to im Co. Wm. L. Flown, Bul.iti, SHJ; > &. Co. sequence of these unlowa-d events, and for holds, and scouring the whole country be. : ..
I tftots : ui contain troni( lO to OR DEUS ItECEIVEU FOR the want of horses transportation: and supplies tween the Withlacoochee and Tampa Hay. 1

.ilmrore, : / & nail or I.trte.;
"ycflkt : them: The linx the 1'dlenluf No. 53 ; for several ,wreks. The mails since, you ,
Street and
are ; By Magazine to a general engagement in defeating f I
altaclud .
'; \\ k'J' leaves; tr.l hJilt.to, JII.w..rt..n.: though they have not brought us any cnmmu- thom therein thH ready .ul>mi-
a S. and by the liii-rocgli To BE MANUFAC1UKI.D IN N EW VoRKIJv mention from yourself, tiavr. fumi..had ampleiet.uts tribe may probably bp expected II, however V .
ila: far s.l tt.j l"c.J. rs, wimh ItiiBLItT HUE & Co. ( nn to nil ln"'aiovints, which have been '
i, is on \ .. .i4wi., it m Hinioai still further Huciduieil by the verbal atate- they should abandon their present position ot) j
lICit -\ \ the .. the Withlacoarhee before you reach it, or you f
: : : lo a > -
I rnent ultna"tlill"hl'lI: : lately of '
.' SCALE OF 1'IUCES. Li. y ur
itnly drive them from it without
; A .rre%" to aca et .houlc entirely t !j
t.I:: I and. li LOUDLY V=>,-F.T u Doui-le! Gin of ''" a ri or :tHfr; who, it appears, hid been dtspatchedt" '
icst inrtui
i : ; them will
subduing then tak 'JIh! advanced
they can b.- made I m. 'r o.i r.ir i yinidci, ,making I 6th -,..Wi: ill Uic stand! I. thia) place and to Philadelphia on business you > ..j5.
.I ondituui of'*.e cotton with r fnilcrs, 'Utnds, ftwc. ai :$G per s".r $330,00: connect' d with the replenishing of positions to the south of V.iluia.anid I I Ito
"'ai-r : : I : the :av* are !placed I "'lfr"' d-tdj. mn toll t }() tsa" H on u r'in'er': or IsJU your supi the east md south of Tampa 11iy, as the : i
That officer also .
that at the
plies. ,
up.I each other ill ]! saws in the !>siti.d: 'eidrs! &:: at fco pi.sdwor 2uOo, i reports nature of the may admit am] pushfrom
) \ ; ed by t\\o betts: ot For il.'. of 40 ".Lws ,,,1.11". oroO saws in a :staid: at tune of his departure, you were suffering lei them such(country further boneces.xary '
J. P. } on to tuie ol tlisa"!>. $t2;. :; per ,.n... t.'f 5UD.UO i| vcrely from hirknea and fatigue. operations f: may
Tht so as to c.t.ib'e the For do ",f211 saws on do or 40 saws in a stand at to tht* most speedy and rtectua1suhjugtlion
In the mean time, the preparation of such
.u\es\ .. '1t e, a'thou: em- 654t. prrsaw: r t&\\\llIl\\ The while is 1="'GLI-iIi.-Fora-il1 ''e tim,' of f>o s-iws or orders tie" thi* Department a* the exigency The direction to attack the in

h.sIlJ. 1\1 in the s r more 'Il one Ml tor le< deia, bnndi, 4<. at .Ii* I'ir: ,: of the case require has been deferred, in th. abee enemy
; 1 1.1 his strong holds, and to yoircIt'of' I
by horse, siP mi, or saw, 4fO.OO: [ hope of receiving your offi .ial report but the possess
,\.1: :: ; I cllt.d Fordoof CO >a\\ *. with feeders, kc. at gC,50 :per the country between the Wilhlacooche nnd j j
nLe |' by running I mail of the last. night having failed to bring it,
., it. is about the a.-AW. 3:1'.1,00Fur : I Tampa Bay, you will regard as a positive order l i
II'. :. it is deemed ildmMpennblo to the interest
number of do u f 40 1111\11. wi.h feeders. 4-. at 6.751'tr MW3UO.00 public -
%W. an equal to be executed at the earliest practicable J
; Gin Isis been l.uI in to take, ithout further delay, such mea-
';? ; .. or three ,"eck:', and For do! i.fZOsawiuli seeders, Lc. at $7,50 per ures n*: appear to be required by the facts moment. In other! repcct!, you will exercise : i i i
.. :1
: sound discretion such
150,00llxtritreth and will mea"M I
; of a larf; nu.nber ol saw, within the knowledge of the Department. 1 adopt t
I and receiVtd: their : wcie .Ip"ir.c'', for feeders suppled at 411 sures .you may deem best calculated to protect J j
I : con's ah ; the numb 'I ot leetn le.n4 aboat equal to Although no definite judgment his been the frontiers and 'lo effect the subjugation
kind to the '' the niitsterfsawa.Oiiu' selol icidoi', u IS considered formed as to the occurrence above referred .j
so as gue .
CO ; 'I' of and removal of the Indians. ; .
hum vcr, will weir out two or three sets saws.: j.Gretconfidencebrigreposedinyourpru
rcsj ceiing the' mint- 10, I am yet instructed by the President to I
inly \: Cuuld.L.: adJid but Extra &.<\\ *supplied: a: 8 J cents each. 1
i ,,- : : 'I he Gfs ordered! will be delivered to the agents of express to lOU disappointment surprise dence energy, nnd skill, it i is deemed unne. .
:l..n White Louisiana. p'an er.s in anv ot the &ea port towns of inn cotton that you should have commenced the .
: to to or activity, ,
n. : Feb 27, 1837. .plamingSval.s.. &illhe :sbo'e prices, the agenl5 paying execution of a campaign .f so much impoic. cessary urge you promptitude j

LY, <. your inquiry, what th.. Iri ighi: ..n the same from .'ew.. York and Becoming tauce, and so long& meditated, without first or to impress on you the importance of early ,_ .
ihe Gin. and communications
fir frequent .
me amount
I Gin I hate .
: to say ,. .
mipter !
the -tth inst. and v.' its It is durable. when planu! rs gin order for gins, taking effectual measures to secure nee* Very respectfully. ij ;

,mt : \ 'Jlmance. I he meie they should acmpa..y them wiih their YICWS In regard fill t-uppliei 'from the various depots which Your most ob't serv't, 1.
10 the arrangement: <,1'.i"' :s. blasts brushes have been
for seveial m.nths to
'Jin. l ? me to be a very valu! differ tome desire subject your B. F. BUTLER PH.j .
It is tound opinion
etc. 'Ihey in
the quality of the orders ..nil, above all that, after approaching -
saw s of largru.- dianie.er than othrs. hue most common ; Secretary of W ur ad interim,
H. / from, npprared the common to me size is i, 9 or .0 inches; bUl soma wish them n 12. with no large a force within *>o shert a distance hje Gen. Thomas S. Jesup, .. !

1E ,,"!, in labor. inches. Some wish sa"s with 8 or 9 t tte.h to the of the enemy, and finding him appar- : U. S. Army, Florida 1
inch while others 10 II. With so much
want' or
E WHITE... battle should have
ently disposed you
time of NoTE. A added to trm
'irinj : planter resident in discrepancy, we prefer they should, at the [ postscript was
retired without serious to .
te Louisiana. giving orderf furnish a s-anment of their wishes: more attempt crossthe original letter t. GeneralJesup. acknowledge ; -

I '*;t : I examined your Pa and tlie manutactmers can fulfil them in every par river and t. drive him from his position. ing letters received by him after the preparation '.j
ItuJy ; i ticular. Where it is left to our discretion, we shall This and are greatl-
&c. .ind have disappointment regret
of the above, and enclosing a communication.from
*W .ind : ; .j
make them modern
| on the most approved plan.
hi hly. that have increased by the considerations. that these! re- ,
'Ido An order can be executed Irom the time u is nceiv- the acting Quartermaster General ; but '.
Be bratty plantation in ed in the space of eight or n.ne .. eeks, and ibe gill in trograde movements will probably have the as it is believed that this postscript vas not in-i l 1 1

.*tse J. COMPTON that timr placed in the bands. of the factor. To Le in effect to expose the frontiers to new invasions eluded in th ropy d.nt to Covomor ('t H. it i) S
.*td, and eminent lime for the next crop .,11!! orde.s uughL to be in the by marauding partie and tw cucou'ago: the ,. .
midde, not now sent. .
r cli hands of the manufactures by the fir t or of
Orleans- Indians in their resistance, thereby increasing,
for where they arc late in ..'
| .s6t : May ; except p'an'ations t i ) :
Feb 28 1 1837.
what otherwise have been need-
.aen to toiton. beyond might No.
) of commencing pick: or gin [ 3.] :
lo note
*;t.he I 1>Wel have carefully your exam N. U. The ,pa'i nt right for any of the cotton growing ed, the severity of the measures which will HEAD QUARTER, ,. 4 j
ft. I will be sold ou reasonable terms.
states subdue them. It is duet. .
be to
and have lound it now required Yolusia Dec. .
?&\\ I I April J7 35-i>w : 136.
used in this Stale ; it these considerations, and also to the aimy Sir :-Your letter of the 4ih uliinr> was p '
:: ; i and gives it a mucuI the circumstance
X > of the NOTICE, nnd to yourself that connected livered to me by Lieutenant Johnson, a t fe\r '

.*r I good country THE subscriber, having withdrawn his nanw with your late movemsnts sh.uld be miles from this plice, on my nppoacb'. ai d I \. r

: I .f. LONGER .the late firm .r! Swami, L yd & Cu. distinctly explained; and in case you shall not regret exceedingly that my ill and the

,P. S. [ fc Co. Commission WiLl attend to a commission; butnueis, and! the receiving have transmitted a full report en the subject important official duties which hut ,

[ ( and forwarding If! cotton and merchan before the receipt of this communication you claimed many attention chould have ;
examined the sam His friends aud tie public generally my compelled : .
dize. : will do no without delay. In the mean time,
eJ by your Patent assured that his undivided attention will be given me to delay my answer until the present time

.lWt \ in its uncleanscd and he cannot; but flatter; hiiUM-ll (llm* he wi it i is hoped that the army will soon bo prepared I shall surrender most cheerfully to Gen.Jeasup I .

''hell tin i greatly suj erior to the he able to give entire satisfaction lo t'' ose wl to resume offensive operations.; hut, us the command of tko army in which t

t : und u\our observa may entrust their business u his attention.. there) i is reason to fear that the state it f your the President has been pleased to supersede p

fL ob't serv'ts, UOUEUT LLOVP. health will not allow you to finish the camspaigu me, and have given Lieutenant Johnson: eyeijr 4q

thou 4- CO. St. Marin; Jn.17, 1837. with the promptitude arid energy which facility in my power to find the camp of that
I -- demands the Preside deems it
the cri-sis officer. I must be permitted to say that I re. j

a planter of Wilcox CENTRA BANKOFFLOUIDA. expedient to r ljeye you (horn I the command.By letter as tho most ,
garded ,.ur extraordinary
)ltVld J. Means a T ALI.tIlUIEE.IArch I, 1837.
O Mr. ".11.C. Clifton STOCKHOLDERS are notihed ifcat liD bit direction I have, therefore this day document I have ever read, .

( of Alabama. went 01 two doJars) |per sl.a-c is rrqui,ed 10 be icstaJ.1 instructed Major Genera) Jesqp, if he shall It informed me of a rum.r which bad roach.

w: to your inqu.ry con on the 1st day of May next at their banking not have already united with you, to dn so at ed Washington very unfavorable to my con. I .

: Gin, we deem it nt Tallahassee.' I qnce. or to commupirate with you on the subject duct and character. reminds, me I I 4
;tgi : lo you emphatical By order of the board of IJir'COfl! military I '
$ 1 decided and valuable SOtd L. A. THO SON, cash : j wilhout delay and thereupon to jjssumc of the means, and supposed! meant, I possess_ t 't T '

it tarelully and the c.mmnndofthe army serving i in Florida, ed of achieving n vif'lnry| over lint> eti$' Ih j o(
: i
.._ ( and we ftel l no hesi J tJ1 4 r Hc-ccivc.' on Con !JLn.i: elf' IIIIU ,ur.Ie which \ 8lJ Will accordingly be pleased to the unwillingi'*** lit the UeirrlJ.; >tu io credit ; : :
: attention of ;planters '"w fi-r rash.= t.t: : (..1.0': :: :artic > nfthu
to .
transfer'lu h> A despatch '
150 bbls Nvy B c.id. copy the rumor, hut that sit had lieen SUM .talli iJtyconfirmed J.

''''K &c. ij ti }'ud..... N.IIIIII!! !Hutur20 him i i. herewith l transmjllwl I" you, and the by VII Ot13. cemmu'iKaiii'itcfiv. I
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i dan e8 above referred to,** and that, although lion to the supplies at the Old Town, a large : site qualifications, moral and intellectual, fo- I. friend!"":& pnd a misfortune{ pi probably himself, ,

:. j no definitive judgment has been formed as to brig,: loaded with an assorted cargo, had sailed the station of delegate to Congress-:and i if we rrored fo unreasonable an object. WE are authorised.to ann.uae c::
+ I f j the occurrences above referred to, you ore from St. Mark's to the mouth of the Su- Secondly that neither Col. Wm. Wyatt, Th. pretensions of thU gentleman have HIGH READ. a candidate b. Mal

yet instructed by the President to pronounce on i +wanee. Other vessels were known to be on nor Gen. Leigh Reed, have the talents, the been too long before the public, ,to allow his lent the people of FUrU, >tin tb.ress. -xi
me what ever/ one must' conceive to bo the I their way from New Orleans, with additional knowledge or acquirements which are indispensably standard of mental excellence, whatever it c...

;r t deepest! censure, and to supersede mo in the supplies; and the quartermaster was orderedto requisite in that office. Aa l t. the may be, t9 be unknown here. A very good are aathorised to
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},: commend: of the army : thus inflicting\\ the severest charter a stiil further number, to carry the talents and the learning of Mr. Downing, writer in the .Floridian some weeks back (and WTATT. a* a candidate ce to Cot )..

: penalty and the highest!' disgrace in the public stores from St. !Mark's to the same they are ofa very high order. He is univer indeed it wa* the only decently written pieceI the people of Florida in the ntlt t C'oalWL' ::'
power of the President to visit upon me, were destination.-The steamboat Minerva, calculated sally admitted by friend and foe, (if foe he have read on that side), extolled bis qualities -

; i\* ;. my guilt established by the most incontrovertible from her draught of water to enter have), to be an accomplished lawyer, an elo- as! a legislator 1 in our council some years 2&(
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(: ':: J i testimony. All this it done without waiting .. and ascend Withlacoochee then lying at' queaf(speaker a clear, forcible and ready back. That writer i ie certainly mistaken. I are aylhorued t. amount r...
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which I the was writer. It is of those He was then, and is now, incapable of drafting Down i q.aa a candid** t
to receive my official: report, am Mount Vernon, on Appalachicola, the opinion most t competent fie
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i .. called on to make without delay. chartered on the 17th of September to take ina to decide on this mailer, that he is at a law, or diseasing rationally a law qucslion. people! ia the.

: .t. f Now, sir, should I be so fortunate as to show, cargo of forage and ammunition from one the very head of the bar in Florida. His ser He could it is true with a printed 1"11.. 'tf.t!

. r by a pi tin statement of facts, which can be of General l Jesup's depot on the Chalta- vices i in the Legislative Council for several book before! him, copy a law from the revised :

suppoiti-d by the oaths: of hundreds of honorable hoochie, and proceed to the mouth of the Su. years have exhibited him in the ryes of our statute of Virginia, with a comical adherencein CJIX weeks after elate, icaJionri, be

;, .' ; men, that injustice has been done m ,, can wanec, where she was by appointment to be whole community as H ready and eloquent Borne cases to piovisions about as suitable C5 to the H.n. the Judge .f ttefor COca,"' --
}' v injury be repaired ? May I hope for that on the 24th of September. The steamboatssent debater; and the great influence he acquired to Florida as! to Texas or Africa. But us to the county ofJeflinwn, far letter er s
magnanimity which will acknowledge error me by the Government, under the command in that hall proves his talents for leii! +llion.; drafting; a haw, it was impossible.: How in be trati n on the estate of Paul D1\lalhtrbe,dez
1 of the naval officers already in the Against his moral character nature of things! could he Law does not come A.RQUHAR MACI!
; and redress wrong:;: ? My official report of were : as a man: or against April tlh, 1937-556* :
incidents of the march to and from the With- Suwanee river, wherH I found them on my his professional character nA a )lawyer. by inspiration, nor by suction, nor by absorption. -
t lacoochee, was made to the late Secretary of arrival. One of these boats, the ban!, was I never heard a suspicion! ; and his intimate No man is born a lawyer, though they NOTICE_ --
", War, and forwarded from Fort Drano on the ordered by Commodore Dallas to return to association with (the best men both of Fast say a man must be born n poet; hut even then I have since the first day of January last

:,'?'. 19th of October last. It was made while suffering Pensacola; the other two required repairs, and Florida and of Middle Florida and their reaped cultivation must help him out. Would! any permanently until 1 can bring in all Tallahassee of my unse, .where tled bwirtat'j I.ball":da
their disease.i I ordered and friendship his worth. ol f \ ou trust an important law suit to either of which olace those u
f under the most severe indisposition, crews were prostrate by prove close at who are indebted ..j:
t and does! not do justice to many of the officers the Izard to remain, and permitted the What is the objection then to him? That these |gentlemen! To the one whom education << whom I am indebted will call to see me. '

t a under my command, or to myself. But I did other two, neither of which could ener! With resides in Ka : occurred lacoochee to Pensacola for of Middle Florida. This I have heard xth > could not become a lawyer without education Brown's Hotel. The Sherifl'sol Gadsdin, L,
that sup.
not feel culpable for any thing to proceed Jefferson Counties, will be pleased to call for.
6 t and therefore, made no defence .f my conduct. plies and fresh crews, expecting them lo return objected to him, but without just! reflection in A* reasonable men. I am sure you taxes may be now due upon the lands i btUjJ; *,
r" Lest it should} not have been received by the as soon as possible; bin they have never my opinion. If he is an honest man: as I would, not although you might like them ly by L Jl Armistend. and upon the I lands ft1r(
I informed believe him to be he will for muchhow then can you seriously Ih r.k of bv the rat"li> nf 1. h. C A..n..dMARCUS
r Department, a copy is herewith cnclosed.t .- yet returned to ibeir station, nor am act impartially A t\lIstEAD! : )
they have been employ- the good of all seriinna .,f.>ur from employing either of these gentlemen as the
Allow me to offer a remark on the evidence on in what manner: country lisch, t 337 3l3wyLL.
t t f uhich I hnhopn (ronilpmnorl.I A thp e A I hw p- .-. .- -J-- iu-... on ui" "' yin day a sense of justice. If he rould be sweivedby sole lawyer, the unaided advocate in the! greatest ; -.....
:1:. -. rumor, it is intangible, and 1 shah say of September, General Read, of Florida, his merest from the line of jiI tire. that law suit ever carried on in the U. Statesa BQ RgD
'f r nothing about it; nor are the communication's'hi'h then at Suwanee Old Town, was selected, for interest would lead him at least to favor Mid law suit in which poor Florida has to I deceased. Persona fate irvlehted of Gadsden to the estate of Robert Pn .

I P i you mention as having been received, his well established. intrepidity of character, die Flaida. And why do I think so? In the sue the nation in Congress for millions justly ment to ;the undersigned-and county all, will persons make lt?,

I entitled, in my estimation, to higher credit, as! his untiring perseverance: and his knowledge first plie, I know no interests which Middle due to her citizens! :: a suit in which the interests claims, will present them duly authenticate 2
they must have been destitute of truth. For of the Withlacoochee to take command of a Floida has distinct i from East Florida. of so many, and the greatest!! talent the time prescribed by law. Wm. FORBES'1A.H

l Lieutenant Mitchell, who seems! to have "elu- detachment of Florida militia, and a small The gnat interests of the Iwo are to obtain of the nation will be arrayed against last Have .fpril, 1837. 34-8w

t rjihted" the whole matter, and whom you detachment of regular troops daily expected' indemnty for losses from Congress, and to you reflected upon the reach of mind and of SPANISH SADDLES -

I soi-in to have considered as a member of my from Key West to arrive at the mouth of the promoti their prosperity by internal improve research; the extent of knowledge, the forceof FULL QUILTED SADDLES J

I t .. : staff, sent on to Washington and Philadelphia i Suwanee, and with the steamboat Izard, and ments.! West Florida in this respect may: reasoning and the powers of persuasion, ICAN SADDLES ENGLI do. JJU.
j by me, on (business connected with the replen- two Urge barges, which of themselves were stand atari from us, but not East Florida.On which must all unile in the delegate who can Gentlemen and Ladies bridle

j i Hiing! of my supplies, 1 must say, if he made capable of carrying six hundred barrels of the first question, W. Florida having; no successfully conduit this suit? Cnnou, my all descriptions, gig aDd riding whips,maninplall,
clfri'Ke "k,,
'. ; t a, such representations, he was truly unfortunate: freight, to proceed to the 'iioiith of the Suwanee claims, might wish a neutral or cold advocate, friends, seriously say that either of the gen. ness of all Jeriptions, wngon harness, horse colJae-
t F I in communicating facts. For the want of an where it was supposed he would find I if the delegate could be moved by sectional I II tleman last named possess any share of of all d"wriMions! |
; r' ordnance officer, so often complained of to the the steamboat Minerva and several other vessels I feelings. On the last subject, hfr geographical these requisites? and if they do not, how can wig will: bs alga for aile: 'air by harness Cornelias and Jontz.He tint.

; '\ Department by the officers in command iu : with supplies, and proceed at once with I position has already secured to her they do justice tit your cl.iimj the shortest notice ref Carr'unii

'J 1 i Florida, I appointed( Mr.: Mitchell\ to take them' all to the mouth of the \Vithl.icoochee, every improvement she can desire; and the' I tell you frankly and soberly, what will be Country Merchants w isMn;lit purchase SvWW! .
: r charge of tho ammunition, in the same order only thirty five miles distant, and to ascend other two sections must t unite to prevent the the consequence of sending either of them.- can t he s:ipp'ie'l: l olL the shortest notice.

i l:' in which my staff was announced to the army. the river with the steamboats and barges, and west horn drawing to herself all advantages They will i he found wanting-they will be cy- April Cheep!lit,frf 1337 cash :3Mf CJ]
i h He marched with us from Suwance Old town, establish a depot at Graham's; camp, about from her position. phers, or worse, on the floor of Congr "s-,
f and lived in the family of General Armstrong fifteen or twenty miloa abate rue mouth. But when we consider the va.t interest they will, through want of >kill, injure your SIX months after da! :* I shall present my arenas;

t [" until a few days before our return from the [[To be continued.! ] East Florida has in the question of remuneration claims. Through imbecility, they will neglect, Harris: Ourncy vouchers late as of J'uinistr.itor Leon C".;utv or and the apply slut Gel(

-.; Wnhlucoochcc to Fort Drane, \\henhc came for the losses of her citizens and that or through want of Uct and judgment, they I disrharc SAMUEL T4YLOBL
i i into the mess with myself and staff: On our i TO THE VOTERS: OF THE MIDDLE their ruin or well being is involved in their will offend Congress; and prejudice your in- Mirch25: 1837 33- inApalaciiicola ,

t 1 t. arrival nt the latter place, he applied for permission DISTRICT: I success-is there not a peculiar fitness in allowing terest. You have seen already, what! an able Land -
I'I .. to go to Black Creek, which: was Three Candidates for the impoilant office her an advocate in Congress favourable : delegate could do in securing the claims of Company.The .
title :fJ the land is b lon ing- thi
t 'I Iv 1. readily granted. lIe suggested that he might of delegate Congress, ate presented for our to her cause? Would it not be magnanimous your fellow citizens against the greatest opposition vim: b-:en fully and finally confirmed;: by Company the SlpRII t
't be of service in procuring and forwardingt suffrages.! The important office which they : in this great and powerful middle district both from Congress and the Executive.Are Ct.urt {.(the United Stales, tlu f tur.dj arc now odtd
I '! t clothing and blankets, which I intended to I seek, al all times important, is doubly so now, rather to incline to this! course, and you anxious to speculate on a new for sale. They ettrnd from the St. Marks t* ik

,. order the quartermaster, ut Black Creek, to owing to our peculiar position. Our unfor to give her the choice, if the present is a scheme 1 embrace Ap\1.dlicoh upwards ifivcrs of one in ihe million Tcnkory two of hundred FIn radaet titssand \

purchase lor the friendly Indians, as it had tunate fellow citizens nearly ruined by the fit candidate I tell you, further, what will be ano'hercon-: ac'es, am.' contain some of the first cotton "lag)
1 been represented by their commander that they late Indian war, look to Congress! alone for nut there is one conclusive answer to this sequence of such II .selection. Our citizen f in the southern conntry, upon these I.inJ-i i is also prduceiJ
: .' II. were in great want ol those articles. relief their distresses. Without some remuneration charge of sectional bias, which ought to having no competent advocate in Congress the Florida tobacco already favourably: know

\- 1'; J At t !Black Creek, I understood he applied to from the nation their condition satisfy even those who make the objection I mu
f one of my aid, then al that Place, for an order will be hopeless. The danger could only exist in case of the write ; and if he may not speak in Congress, general every article of provision. Th"1" at
i j I t f. to proceed to Charleston and Philadelphia Moreover we arc now making a motion election of a weak, an interested, or a cor- who may talk with the members. Those lain several: loeatioas of water power for milt;/ sits

[ :1 t l make those purchase This was done without towards the condition ofa sovereign state, nnd rupt delegate. Would not such n nnn incline agents must be paid for their services, and in a.u.lnry mill many rivers advantageous and creeks situations in lh. midst for SUM
: saw : or. or.
\ ;sir r; t, mv knowledge, and certll1l11y'cry contra-I if our people, at the next election, should tie. to favor that section could most proportion to the amount of the claims.Svrtd .- finest forest: of pitch pine, white and red oak. 3r .t iji
"' .. ry to my intention, as I did not wish cide in favor of our assuming! this position, benefit. could most iniurn him? \\'.."|lei l ho .uii. Ilrad fI, C..I.VV...M ..., J<,logota, -., cJ/pi"', aurs on the l I..b mint paruraiarly c
I. .j' ; '.' further than lUick Crook HP ha. fnrwareleeJ l i j the nrxt two years will!!! probaoiy oring on me not naturally to advance his own interests and Col. White or :Mr. Downing as lobby St. Tincinu Island: which bounds the Apnlachal

,. I -- no clothing for the Indian, nor has: he made I. discussion in Congress of the principles whichare promote those .f that section which has member, will earn thousands and tens of Oak"yare trees many in the thousand United! Slates.of the The finest Proprietors and jargMlJh)

J J& .,.. any report of his procec lI1 s. I have to request I I to regulate our new political existence. the power to elevate or degrade him thousands: for doing that service which eitherof all united and conveyed the whole property to lU
; ,i .' that this officer may be ordered without Tho principles \\illhe of vital importance to Most:: certainly he would In either alter- I them is able to render, and would, as your Tru.teuuis McLane Joseph M. White, utCharlf
; I ... delay to join his company at Fort Clinch, on our future well bein ---And upon the abilitywith native, then Middle Florida has, nothing to representative, gratutio:i.sly render. As your A. Davis, by whom Tiiie: Ue-J*! lie nee
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t the Withlacoochec. As0 his having been which our rights and claims are represented ; fear. But if we wish to gain a victory for delegate: he would riot and dire not. charge: : the ted.Trustees Thc f-irtentoft'-ieriMnpiny and! to .t Board of Directors.. confitltdk:The
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t' j. I t me to replenish my supplies, the statement in Congress will depend the measure Of Middle Florida, let us beware lest that vic- you commissions for his services : but what will iL'ceive anJ promptly act on lropot.lIir! -
', I sentry is erroneous. advantages secured to UH. Our peculiar po. tory, instead of affording us a triumph, tend principle would restrain him if he work! on his purchasing any of ll.e property: application may k
j i ) ; The 1 1t ludu.js were almost naked, and I felt sition requires and we have a right to ask a to our disgrace.My own hook 1WP in-id.: lo ThoflasltaltzciloneufthcDarect.rsatTt.
them clothed the requi- !liberal endowment from the nation aid to and friends, believe me, I am sincere in have nn\ to Inok l I.. the advertisrmeijt laiassertr!! > ]ohCIrll'lth.u.! asoona of tic Dire
I it my duty to have on tots atQuincy Florida, or to the: subscriber it la
.. : anion of their: commander. shall, now pro- sustain us as an independent state. believing all I have said of I this candidete. in the newspapl"rs. to sec the beginning of city of Neworki
cN .1 to answer the complaints nr accusations Which of the three gentlemen presented to and I will be equally sincere in describinghis those expenses, which the poor Floridians R M. LA TCIIFORD.
which instructed by the President to us as Candidates will be beat fitted to ad. :: rivals. must support if we da not send a competent President of the Board of Direetoa
4 1 'j I 4 prefer you against were me, in the order in which they vance our views! 1 have said, that neither Co!. Wyatt nor delegate: to (;otlgrr !t. Y-u may credit me, April ht l 1837 6w 31
I friends, in a plain to of- Gen. Heed all fot the office I friends when I tell that I I
are made and first! as it regards his disappointment propose my way are at qualified my you have no AN OVERSEER WANTED.
; and surprise that I should have fer some considerations on this question. Its they solicit. I will proceed to prove it, I, connection with any of these candidates : 1i I II Ij Apply to !ilOBfiHT J. HACKl/'Y, ten- in Tab
commenced the execution of a campaign of so discussion necessarily requires a full and free and first, to take them up according to 'heir !i j about kio\v. them equally, and have no more h\H.se. (March IStS: I8: 7. 3'l-tt'

r t much importance, and so long meditated, investigation into the qualifications of the military rank-the Genc-al before the Colo !. interest in the result than others of' my fellow ELECTION NOTICE FOR IJLEEGATl: :
: 1 without first taking the effectual measures to candidates which as one of the people, I havea nel. citizens. All I want is a competent man, TO CONGRESS.

(t' secure the necessary 8up ties." hen I right to make, and which 1 will exercise Gen. Read, I fearlessly; assent, in the face I who will not neglect our interests, or injureour :NOTICE( is \\4 *:>y :iven, ihnt an Election for Dei
i,I formed plan of campaign, which was submitted with perfect freedom, but with equal candor. ofa community who know him well ;ia not a ; reputation' for discernment. 1o\ not -ish g roCort;rrs-, Hum tile Territory if Florida, wi
my the Department, Micanopy, hut ten I know it will nut bo agreeable to two at man of talents or learning; is not even Billed i!I that we should be sneeringly tlld.hen o.ir be hId in "he county of Leon, Alontl.iy, the idiay
i of May nest at the following\ pre<:inl., ti iz :
rt miles distant from fort Drone, was held as ni least of the candidates, for only one can be with a sound, discriminating: mind; nor fined :I! new delegate rises:: in Congnxs,-" trite, Fl 1 AL t.Marks. under the superihtextlencaof
r : i military post, and was relied on as one of the prefered: but they will have no right to com by nature or education, for any high: civil employment. !!!! rida has hid one man of talents, but sh has \>rotf Crane :Nathaniel. Walker and Silas S.Td
it i' E depots from whence supplies! could be drawn plain if I do it with temper, and in the spiritof In fact, in ttlentn and acquirements I I !nit him and the race i H e.xtincl." '2 At Ctvhbctl'sSt"reuteder ihe. MiperimeodeMot
Anther \ II. Walker and E.C. 'Vahr.
i+ ''t for the use of the army while engaged in 'lhat truth, even if I do mortify their vanity and and in sound judgment: he it i rather below i i lief ire I conclude, let me notice one argument ,Henry

4 4 quarter. ramp Bay w;is another depot self love. mediocrity. Nor does he possess lilY :': advanced in favor of' the :gentlemen I 3 A Winslow's.. under the superinteno'enr of Q
i already established, and I proposed another The man who asks our 'otea-who offers of the natural advantages of an orator. U'hJlehe ': have IIe n'"rl. "They are great military: she Winslow, Josiah Pend trvis and A.T. Gavin. 'I'

near the mouth of the Withlacoochee, and one himself us our agent, in a great public trust t, wants vigor and strength! !:: of mind', and men." He it so. It is not my business! to 4. At B.Blinker's Vass, Tom under Peter the CI"ires superintendence and Hami/W of/EJmo.id
t' at this place. So soon as I was advised of the must submit t* have his character and quali- warmth and ardor offfelins he ha* tuiiher disparage their military meats or services, but HU'-5on.
tt. lime when the Tennesseans! would leave their fications canvassed. I any at once, I make voice nor action to give utleranc\ a and nr.iee: their CIVIL C\PACITIES. We have no Indiansto 5l Tnl'ahassee'! : under the superintendtnuV
':?s cantonemcnt in Alabama fur Florida, I sent no objection to any of the candidates on the to the feeble, confused and cold! l m.m.iimns fight: inV 8"hinton.:: Is this reason urged: William Milliard, Richard Hayward and T. R. I*

nn express to Col. Crane, commanding the score of their moral fitness. They may be, of his! intellect. He is ,
'a forces in East Florida, to employ the whole and probably ale, all good men-"all honorable ner as in matter. Will any man who his HIne.ssed :- office( rnav receive their reward Have they arkhill Jam.s lint and Richard Whitaker
transport train at Black Creek in carrying supplies men!" and it may be difficult, as!: it would his essay at the bar, or ill lh" legislative I. not already been honorably and adequately rewarded 7 Tatum's, under the superintendence ot J-*
to .Micanopy. In a few days after this, be invidious to assign to either a superiorityin council, gainsay this character of him? ;. ? One has become a General, and Tatum, E. Harvey and Samuel S.IX"B.

4y"r C.n..e1.v T I learned with surprise and embarrassment: this respect. will they deny that his failure as n lawyer has I I the other A Colonel. These are high rewards, Withers 8 Stewart's, J Stewart under and the James superintendence Keinlrick. of IL C.

that Micanony had been abandoned by that Let each man then believe his own candi. not been equal to his failure as a legislator !i 1 and ir the appropriate way. But why not 9 Parish's Store, under the superintendence J
officer. This gave the enemy undisputed date the better man. I wish to know which or that both have been signal! Fortunately I, think of Warren and Mills-nay, of Stewart Richard Parish, George: K. Dennis and Miles plats

t '. .,,, possession of the Country fusty miles further will make the best delegate which can best these are subjects upon which an appeal can I I I: from this: county ho have fought as long, 10 Havis'r under the \Jperintendt'ne. of John tit.
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north. They wore bravely, met and fought, promote the interests of his constituents, be made to the bar of the public where thousands i and as successfully too, at feast What a vi., Reuben Manning under and the John sjperintendcnce of LCromanie

on several occasions, by Colonels Warren both public! and private; of disinterested witnesses! can testify. ; pity we cannot send them all to Congress !-- Crpmartic'Sj, James J.Vickers, and Wm. Robens.

and Mills, of Florida, and Captain Tomkinn, Should not this be the purpose of us all, His friends admit he cannot speak! -can Then, certainly, we should have at least one : 12 Magnolia, under the superintendence! ofmin 3Ur) .
of the United Slates artillery; but they were my friends! Is not this the principle upon he write This last question, I du not feel so I man of talents. Nay. why omit our worthy Byrd.V.. J.Bailey and J Hamlin. !l8'I
I GIVEN under hand this 1st day: of April,
,, too numerous for our forces, and I had not which we act in our ordinary concerns? If we competent to give an opinion upon, from not I fellew- citizen: MR.BENJ. G. THORNTON: who 3i-tf my JOHN P. DU AL, Jud",_. ,
{ the means of driving: them back and advancing want a lawyer or a physician or a schoolmaster having read much of his composition. But fitted out the bark (no small part of the achievement
r other posts! until I entered the country do we not enquire into his mental qnali- from the little I have: seen, and from what I ), on thai glorious cruize And I seriously LEFT HOME on the 6th of April, 1831, a tot..

arq' I rti + wilh the Tennessee brigade. In pursuanceof ficalions first True, WB also ask if ho is a have heard from others, his written are about say, il wa a glorious cruize, if glory I hind foot white sorrel, flowing HORSE mane, with and tail a blaje six yesrt face, *(

m)' plan of campaign, abundant supplies of good man; (but would either of us employ an equal to his oral effusions. Others, as well as can be won without danger.But ; n late cut with an e.-'led tool on :he left fore Ie,M.

every kind were deposited at Black Creek, ignorant and incompetent man to defend our Gen. Scott complain that they cannot understand my friends let me i propose one test.- the arm, has a pert walk", trots welt, and paw $*.
'; and steamboats were in readiness, with whichprovisions property or our lives! to minister to us in sick. him. He id teo obscure to be under- Let all .these candidates: be invited to .. stump liitle, any person wh/ will stop the,horseardptl.notice .<
I and forage could be conveyed to ness, or to teach our children, merely because stood. it" in the good old Southern and Western style. to FUher'a tavern, will receive. S. RUSSELL-

this place in 12 hours. he was a good man! would we in such a case "True r.o meaning: puzzles more than wit. "Speak, that I may know thee," let ut say to April 8th, 183735w
This is on the eastern margin of the pen even suffer ourselves to be influenced by private As to the qualities of Col. Wyatt, I do not I them, as did the sage of old. Then we shall raak-*

t insula. I was as fully prepared as the nature friendship certainly not, I conceive conceive that his friends can prove him to possess know who is fit to address Congress. NoncE. SIX to the week Judge after of date the County we shall Court *
tt of the country would admit of and as such a course would) be eminently absurd, the requisite qualifications for a delegate PETER PARLEY. Madison County, for Letters administration *'

I afiy general could have been at tile openingof and would argue weakness of mind in our- to. Congress. If they claim for him a naturally -- estate of Richard Blare, deceased lateELIZABETH or said BLARE t:8I1: '>,y.

Iar a campaign. On the western aide of the selves. strong, and active mind, and good Judgment NOTICE.( .LISHASUMER "
I had only sufiicient( force to establish After a deliberate examination of the qual- have been cultivated
peninsula they sufficiently weeks after date, application! will be mad. to April Sth, 1837. 35-6w _
)I 8 depot at the Suwunee Old Town, where ifications of the three candidates, 1 have and improved, to qualify him to advance the SIX lion. 'he county court ior Gadsden county _NOT1CJIALL
r,' supplies were placed for the use of the army come to the conclusion that there In but one interests of our Territory in Congress: ? for letters administration on the est.*C of Wm. H. ADMINISTRATOR'S the estdl

; : when advancing i into the enemy's country.At of thorn fitted in any wise for that important My\ friend, it is no reproach to Col. Wyatt Ellis, dec'd. late of said county. SIN/A ELLIS George I persons W-having John demands,,on,I a:e or against Jeft"craoD, C?*?

St. MarkV\ ample .stores of every kindwore office. It is possible that this declaration if his early education wax limited-if his 1 April 8th. 1337-35 6w deceased, are herebj {eq red to plcsent them W.*-
y' I deposited, ready to be conveyed to the may be admitted by many, who will be offended means: of improving; his mind and increasing riCE-is hereby given i thai application will be with duly authenticated.: Those indebwd: u> 9*
Withlacoochee; whenever the should advance when I proceed to name the one to whomI his: NO Honorable the of tale are {requested to make immediate i p*ymeDi;.
army knowedge came to him to late ;in life to made by petiuan'! to the : Judge FLOYD 8. K AUULP4JOHNSON NAL.AA" I
ta 1 to use and protect them. Before this I attribute this immeasurable superiority over fit him for a high responsible office, where the Superior Court fox the Middle! District of Florida, Etf* "
: with the which I his rivals-Rufuto them if cm- have for permission to ell the interest and right of that 183733 4w
it was impossible, means you you great talents and learning and power of expression childien 'd heirs of Ovid Dtuidsop. deceased ia April 8th ---
possessed, to establish that depot. the same right to discuss the matter that I ar. required. Neither am I to be certain red estate,lying apd bcin in the arstrlclnfore. ,' The aqtstiribsri will purchase CO'OTIt r
4 n + On the 19th day of September I marched have, and no one ought to be offended ifil is reproached when he asks my vote and puts said, derived through their grandmother\ !and father 1" TON, and- waft make libera.1 sdvVttceon, ..' a :.
with the\ Tennessee brigade from Tallahassee discussed wilh temper and decency. himself forward for this high office, if 1 civillytell the said David, and which 1-, held in 'KM IHe time. tell with theta to be.. ship! d.
r, for Suwanee Old Town, where we arrived on Then I plainly advance my opinion that him ho wants the capacity to fill it. Butit 11EI4 of David Davidson, Amr'x dec QUV 4I. t HUTCnw"*
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l; ) Ihe 2 ah, Before I left Tallahassee, in addi- CHARLES DOWNING does possess the requiSBBONH would be a reproach; to me and to you, roT1iiI..1 April\8"S\ 1, U January 1837.J '

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I It trtl our" intention lo bare presented the sooner br )latef' elirichen the feW whilst the I I should not cOnic. in collision ; and therefore, : 1 r ; -- I .

FLOBIDIANUAlIiAUJig LbtiDll* this week, U subscribers, enlargedand many Will be made poor, and I would not be I, afford the present party of which I have before A LIST

: improved Twit have been unable to make ihe wrong should I say that the test of the present upoken. a better opportunity of success. OF LETTERS remaining in th- Put Office at !af-'

necessary arrangements. We hall however avail election! although not openly avowed, Of the claims of the three persons before duincy. the 1st day of April, 1837; If not ,
urself taken out in three months will be sent to the General .
of the earliest opportunity to do will be :
so. whether those monopolies the : Citizens it is
or Fellow
.-- APRIL Iltb. peo- you as yourprovince Post Office M dfodltltirs

J. TU1lDJT. We commence this week the ..fGovemnorCahl's ple shall have a Delegate,; in Congress.In I I to judge. It is not my purpose particularly Allen Eliza 3 JlcBrid" D S

.,,- with custom the subscriber in publication making these remaiks, I do not allude : to speak myself; I believe I have Allen Sam'I MtDnugald A.
l Ia 'Pming l'a-- official report of his late campaignto to those incorporations of Banks Al'bn' Joseph McKenzie O '
of llli papCf( should or Rail claims or I should not have been before you, .
IhrDlgtmeat of'ar. Judith McPhairl Duncan
the No Allen
Secretary read it Roads !
one can which I
.- some indication 0 ft.bt his future upon as the great benefactors I have been in the Council as a representative, misread F Martin Alex :
., 1 t whether lo without being convinced that he has been hardly of the wealth and prosperty of the Territory and in the Field.in the defence of oui common BoonS S McClendeaButtock .

-I bal the public may judge yield 1. dealt by. The judgment firmed at General Head I only allude to those which have notoriously i. country. My opponents have been in !both of G /cRae C EMcCravetl
hold Ihtir lronlgr. Generally un similar Quarters was without proper data, and the combined Bknantft A MMelnness
surprise" together to grasp with those station also. 1 am willing that the most
Editors arc profuse or Promises and and I I Bur RicH'd MNicholson J L
:astonishment" it is their .
: caused
*** ,was extraordinary privileges, not only the rigid contrast should" be drawn between our Carledge: I. C M
"rVnd announce themselves as holding high by his retrogade: movement from the \\'iahlacooch political but civil influence of the Territory, services and actions in those several u'ations. Craddoclc John 2 Newsom D P F* &

fBB principles awl lofty sentiments,in politics e in October last, was owing to the shameful. and thereby put down their honest competitors I do not relyupon my military services fur suc- Cain T. J 3 'Gwens W H

peciIv. H'ving edited: iew'paperfor manyD'bil ignorance of his means conducting the war, of* but make at the same time the great ces9although I consider them equal to any opponent Carnochsn CoIc.ting J At Jx>hn -. Perrj Philips Thome-G W '

t, live stair, (New Jersey) he has the country, and other circumstances, on the part public wealth yield to their control, by an I ', considering the opportunity 1 had to DmkinJ .1 Pullman Fliz r

;,nc to the conclusion that such annunciations of those who affect such emotons.! The truth is, !1 undue voice in the counsels of lhe country. render them. Which was, as mnny: of you Deckny S RomcSRichards ".' '

tfI\I\! are entitled to but little consideration ; many of the army proper, will always seek to decry j I consider Fellow Citizens that this i in an'' know. under a determination to exclude me GrabarnThornI Ben'j

*! o. this occasion declines such a course.; and put down :any Jtfi&io officer elevated to 'important crisis for Florida, that in this dec j from that station to which IVas entitled by Gilchrist Hunter J Sf:M Kenna.G Smith Roggers JaneSiepkeis James t '

jO4 undersigned holds the relations: between command: to their detriment. Through this and : tion there is a weighty responsibility hangingover I my commission, by those who had the power Harris J R Ro-........ .

,Wiwv and his subscribers differently from what other influences still more to be condemned, Gen. .you.V e are soon to assume the character to do so. As to my interest and de. HutchinsMHollingswotth. dtreat Margaret I

'" 'ralv]. estimated. He considers the paper he Call was suspended. The want of supplies on of a free independent and sovereignstate I votion to the Territory I yield lo no man.- JonesSF2, E Tomlinson Wilwa Jan A G j. -.._ .I_ _
J atdltJ II his private properly, subject entirdy to1II0"D the FFithlacooehee as expected, and for which he possessed of upwards of two millionsof I All I have made by 17 years hard, exertion Judson E S Yon Jesse ; I

control and employment. In its manage had adopted all the means in his power doubtlesg dollars for school purposes, besides our I ,is in Florida. I have raised a la mi I/ in it, and Persons calling (fir any of the alwe- micra will ,.. ..

is under no Migation to conform to the caused the failure of his first and share of the surplus revenue, and the three I feel a.s though iU character and i.ilcic was please say: advertised 'JOHN G. GUNN, P. M l.
JtIIt the of movement ; we per centum upon the sales of the public Kind own. Quincy, April est, 1837.!: 3C-3w : _ _
and judgment: others-he will do if had been my -
opinions believe they : at the appointed depot he
within the Territory. Before those great In relation to political opinions of national '
tonsiaersjtistand correct and should he my Lost Note.
flat' ; would
he probably closed the in .
war a fortnight '
and touched there is
important questions are I have but little
ppwfj by others it will be a high illness. is how.18 !politics, to say, ux yoi by the Subscriber, =bout dIe 20th of :March
Slid bl5 ctuae notwithstanding seveie Light one thing indispensably to he done, all with them. I LOST .
i&.M "'i_, Je will ., kQaIh..tIi_ ...... ..n h. ..,hj'hrn"ehnn' ihi. necessary lire acquainted am firmly attached a NOTE of HVNDforonc hundred dol-
; article is and wkick imporiou demand of the delegate t to the state right: doctrine of lh<; south tar, si neJ l Iy Daniel T. Lingo payable t) Nancy .
tt1I'Hd of Idfapprobation.lIenan Territory and nation : and we know many, formerly his untiring exertions which: is the establishment and never should be withal;) 'n ace riurid-. B.'alley or bearer. All, persona arc cautioned against: -
f//for publication if approved, it w',11: this officer and who trading tor me auore rxne.
5bivit1ed> ap bitterly opposed of a more wholesome legislation.The I assume any other character in the national JOHN SAUNDERS.-

-fir in due' wa: on-but to prevent dijcussion: and wrre loud in condemnation: (If his: measures, now present is defective in the extreme and council, when she shall assume the dignity of April 15ih, 1817. nc-lwj. _

a'ltrtlti.n' with his correspondent, the columns willinc to do him justice- JFe have not the pleasure that can only be done! by an act of Congress I': a state. And if any thing would impair my TOTICK.-JOSEPH! M'CAXTS. EMJ., in :Modticello _

paper must be looked to 'for his decision. It of a personal acquaintance with Governor C., fixing: an equal representation in the Territoryand 1 devotion to her, it would be a contrary influj 111"J I if my Attorney in fact: dun; u.y n'jsi'n! :*' from &' I

in, in his composition to be neutral: he has little and as we l learn he i is about to retire in a few weeks the constituting a senatorial branch ; for ;j ence exercised over her. So long; as we shall the Territory of Florida. H. SPIES. ,

jiguralnin li I ,r those who are. And as: to the often from public office, elfuh influences cannot be: imputed if those important questions are permitted to I remain n Territory, it is i the duty of the del- April_ 5th_ ,_J8'.7._ _ _3G-3wp- -- ,

(died quality of impartiality, the subscriber has j to us as causing these remarks. They are he decided by our present unwise and unta- "I'egale!; not to meddle with politics at Washing. rW HE Subscriberoffer3 FOI.S'.LE.tT CO.4this I .. t' 1 !L.

.dorsltant'r in avowing the decided partialitJ he induced only by our convictions of justice.The bled system of legislation, you may rdy upon tOil, it is his duly: to conciliate all, and get all JL 1I."m1r residence on the east arm of St: Andrews -

I it, corruption will be the order of the day-; : for the he can.: Bay, near Lofiia* Ferry. It is! pleasanlly i
di ulayed: and expects to show for his Territory
:;sn.\'s situated on a I I'igh i bluff. and! coniinaaiis a delightful
I Superior Court, Judge Randall presiding, will have constitution t Follow Citizens let it he said to the dis.i _ _
itnd\ If lie made different professions, he has you a palmed I pun you not (roipcct on all\ !> Jcs. The front, la-.in the southwest -
Monday: the first of May. Jefferson Court school lands which Con re,!s has no benevolently of this Territory. that there are objections ten; and in the reaa stands a per.:ei plain. On the .. _
I \lhum esteems! would ooze out as often I is hammock covered with .\M.ini.liii; and other )
sits next week ; and on the second Monday oj given lo u* to educate our children as ut"nl.vand! puhlickly made n > inst lOPbe.. right a : _
1 ..caions occurred. eautitui everrcens-ai'I the left presents a view of t ;
II : t May, the Judge )ly>Ws a term in Franklin. Several -. ,! well ns your taxes: & surplus revl'nueill I! cause I am Mechanic: ; I will not RTOOT to the Kerry an'I part of ru.l: Day. Near it are extensive ;43;__________
the subscriber's he has \ I "
in political 1 1iffprided
jj : opinions, 1 cases of interest were tried this Term, of which I Ii I i pass beyond your sight and (control into the j I enter into a discussion upon these objections. I beds oflai e Ovstcri, anJ a* fine tishm;; places, I _

himself upon being: a Democratic Re i ilC4n i if we can :a we shall give to our vaults of those unsafe institutions, md perhaps ;,All I hive to sty i is that if my opponentsuch and h"ning grounds as any on the B.y. It is within a i ia _
of the Jefferson school. Devoted to tile I procure report few Ij'iurs ride or 8ul of rfl.: Joscpli from which 4'
i readers week. into the pockets of the favoured few. To < as object to me upon this ground:: weru Brick door, boats ,
i next be to 1
place any thurg can brought your by .
to 'if the Stales, he is yet the advocate of their I I this alteration in our local Government I am | layers, they would have been laying brick y -t. coming C'onHant'y for oysters. Those wishinz to par- l lI

., *rved rights. Opposed l to the great central, gov 1\ MORE IHDIIN DEmcDiTions. express: arrived most solemly pledged which pledge it i is ; With those) views and opinion-*. Fellow Cit chase will please apply soon, as the subscriber will I 7 '

aifnt, which% some would seem inclined to create I should here of izeii I leave the If I leave for the North in .1 fw weeks. ; 1! '
in last to
town Thursday( bringing information perhaps! proper say one my :: mallei you. am your E. J. DOWF.R. -

melting down and consolidating the govern ':, that the 'family ofa Mr. Clements residing Unit opponents in a speech refused to :give to the i choice, I will iterviou lo th. best of my a- Mananna. M nctl 3 13 >7. 36-2w: :

fits of the states, he i is yet. no nullifier. Until ten mile (torn Suwanee Springs, was murdered people contending of course for th- opposite tidily -If you should ,'hose another, I" will i

I jbie\: President announced: his (>p|,OMtion to the I doctrine Has other bow with cheerfulness better JuJcincut. 6 WOODWARD. Ebq. of M.iriunna, _
i by a party of Indians on Saturday evening previ I my opponent given ; : to Jour ;; :iL is aulhonsed to act as my A;eui and Attorney .j
aied States Hank tile subscriber had been
other evidence. j _
;I ous. Mr. C. had left home on business at Living :any I during my absence the ensuing sum r.er. 1
\ijftit upporter. Disagreeing with the party cmsquestimi The losses of I fellow citizen. E.: /. BOWER.
< |: ston's Ferry and returning Sunday found his East Florida and of those in am, respectfully, your
he did not hesitate tn advance his I f March 3 J, IS373G: ; .2-v 4 ,,
; other of the who have Wai. WYATT. .
ii iiUt j fa iiiilyT(.cU&iislinlftlis ivile and five ciiidren'! cru parts Territory, so 1 -

; \ namel't. and support<< them frllrll'sI<1.\'. He has: ;:, elly butchered, lying about the yard, apparently bravely steped forward in the present Seminole I April 12lh 1837. NEW SPRING GOODS.JUST ;. ,.

cause to : opii.ions. lie is should __ : from New York and Balii- ..
J U't'li change notver ; having: been endeavoring: to make their escape. war. claim the fir-t and unceasinj : RECEIVED :
< the exclusive! advocate of the lute Bank I exertions of the delegate. I consider that the : ) ". a ''arjje and h"lnd..II' iifortinent of .
d rit\ | 1 he house was plundered of such articles as could i \ FANCY- & STAPLE D.Y G ..)!)S, Kealy-madc
,. iJIC U. S. nor rtf'hat now acting under the char sufferers might nol| only lo be paid for their los MARINEPORT LIST
Gratifies viz.
be Hirhrarr
easily carried.off. The trail of four or five Indians I I I Cl-tl-ini, lle.lt, S-c. ,
. roTtlie stale of Pen 001)1\1 cia-lie liclieves howe I had been seen in tile neighboihood a few ses but (hat they ouaht to be remunerated for I 0Fsr.-IARK. t Black Grod- Nap[ Swiss, and Lutevring Silks.Lyonaie. 'tI .
,. the sacrifices have made the PrineJ Ficnch \- Jaconet Muslins .
many they ; rumuneration -S'ipcr .
. ; 'r.itGrn. Jackson admitted in some of his first \ days previously, and a scouting J party had been inquest I % \ .

: naps to Congress, that :a National Bank of j of them, but without success, although from to be made by giving donation, .'rrirrJ.-ApnI4th. Br.R; Charles Carroll, ll03;" I Grode Nap. Scotch, Stripe Plaid and check Gingkams. .
f* or a prefeience in the purchases of n quarter : from Nrw York, merchandise o sundries '
A necessary ensure the Indian trail that of the scout t, .
i crossing they section of land to each soldier who has serb S 'hooner Joly, Joy, fron. Apalachuoia Super French, Figured, r'ar.cy and other Print.*. ..
I.I, sdity, safety and confidence in the currency of' werein the vicinity at the time wailing favorable ved a tour of duty. ith 'chooller G 11. \\ cs rr, Lemon, provisions I Li -le Lace, Lt--le lIt erlin:?, Caps anJ Collars.Ladie f'l .

S iwuntry. Of the present :adminiitration the '!opportunity to con.mil depredations. A party Those donation. from Xe'v Orleans.j > Figured ,itin, jnd Plaid: Gauze Hdkfs. I A1 1
or prt-fi rence till no Jefferson from Nw
!II 1IrrIoed, it no partisan; yet as far as its meis, I!: despatched after (the Indians had not returned j Schooner Washington, Fancy Br D doubt be Orleans merch -ndise sundries.
given that to
: by Congress, provided "
:"I 1 1C :tin and art are ttelieved by dim t* K* c-.n.i < nltvti .I.e. ...*"it.a Ie r.. tout One eastern portion of our Territory for I I t..ltartd.-Aprtl rtrh Sclio-ncr E.rah. SmuK for Curl Ladies, lS and: 'a.'Geni'iemen'Ba;. C-mihric!* Super Hdkfs.1 II skin: Gloves. :J P .. t.'

: judicious, he will give those acts and measures It is that the is end there is ., I New York, with 286ba'et of coitcn.I 4
* t trei hoped war at an -yet which we have fought BO hard in not .lIow.ed I While anJ:! Black Silk! Hose.
IIl 1\ I I schooner Flitner for New York with
: ,
\li .wand liberal support.; danger: to be apprehended on the frontier, fr" m tIe up.by pretended panish grants. which I bales of co'ton Napolean; VVLiie Satin, :5tin Face-.i, and Bown -ft I

'*'* i-i la: nut to be expected that the sulHcriber will atraggling' parties Indians which may be left within believe is the fixed: deteimination of the oppo, 9th. Bri; Siatira, Holmes, for New York, with I Shirt Drillings.Collars: Bosoms, and Satin SierVs.Indian ; ; .i Ii

"n.e tune actively inlerfete inTerriiurial I poliis \ the nation,-and it is to be presumed that the sition to me to do. 336 bale of Coron. : I Rubber and Cotton Su pende c
J l Left for tfuwanee River U. :S.: Sieamer: American,
t '- I is a new coiner in 'loriJa-but having1IrriLna j U. S. troops will not be ,withdrawn:: until every Upon the subject appropriations and internal ', S. Johnson commanding.A Coton: balls. Spool Thread an-1 Cotton Hdkfs .

[to connexions :and friends residing in the, cause for( apprehension is removed. improvement. generally, I am pledged I Cottonade,Chanbr3Y\, Sh-etingsan't Shirtings, 4-c. -
rwry for( several years, he has taken connidera to urge: to the fullest extent, without the least REA 1)1'1.DE: CLOTHING.
atJI j TO THE VOTERS OF FLORIDA. LIST Consisting of every variety of Fancy and P13i"P.1l1tlloOIl .
for the the
merest: in its concerns. Yet there are manytips preference one place over other.-
JIl t LETTERS remaining In the Post Office ft' Round Jackets, Summer Coats if Vests* .
fie respecting which it i ill imp i *ific! for him FELLOW CITIZENS, To carry on the improvements of the Navy OF Tallahassee! on the 1st day of April. tt'U7:< ; If SILK & FUR H\I'S. t

vtdy him in taking side* at unrr. He ut at friends in my zeal and ability to serve! themas whi h the attention of Congress has been directed I General Post Offlcr, at dead letters. Palm Leaf Hat, Kned; and sha'' eJ.GROeIHE i .
I representative, induced name to be with such others he considered Alston Col Augustus. :\1uncon A.a j
iciit t mci\ued\ to die opinion that the nrganiza a n.y as may I Ash Daniel :\hlhif's Rece P i .

U1)\ :a Sl.1te Government in .Florida h for several! ancelore placed before ) ou nt a candidate right and proper would he the height of my : Branch Nicolas N :Marvin Wilhan", 2 Consisting of every ranrtv,", too numerous to men '
- i. for your ouflraira at the approaching elec- ambition. and here I distinctly disclaim all ; Bryant Daniel Malh-rf-e Paul De 2 lion. All of which we off r to the c.:ylr country 'a
'flhT4Cnie, ic nat expedient, judicious! or I
pracUpon f lion for the office of Delesate from this Territory sectional feeling. I never entertained them ; Bradford Or E. McDaniel: Joshua trade at wholesale or re ail, on very reay.nah= lerms. .
.. chic. this question however, there are in the of the United States. would I i Bembery Kennith. March Sha-rs G H 4- E.LINDEBERGER. '
: Congress nor I ever exerri-e them if had the '
I! iJth I H37. 3, lf I
:u.'rogtnt: arguments nn both side, a nd lie l..*ld. Cater Rev Richard B Moore Wormly R TntlahasseeApril ,t ti
I I In thus coming before you, I only consider power to do so. I know that East Florida as andrv Mary S :Mills Jane t
ad :
- $
.}: open{ to conviction.Os ;I myself the exercise of a right which belongs well as the extreme West object to me because I I I Cook WilliamPassells Miller! Wm C. 2 TALLAHASSEE RAIL-ROAD.
the/ subject 0( the <<\lection, nwtv penJing: William Newcomb John is herebr given that tastnlment of '
: to ecry citizen; public: offices in our I live in the Middle. Whilst they are Jj-NOTICE: an c
, aJu i are public
. government property open every Cotton John W Patterson Alexander Mock of the Tallahassee Rail-road Company: &n .
...11irC .itluut regard tct cvetional considerationsillhuujrh ery man alike, to rely upon merit, honesty. because he is an Eastern man, and has given I I Cuylor Dr JohnDavidson Porter Win S .\londaytbe lhdayufAprilIR37. 4

he han decided u* whom hill vote and capacity for success in aspiring to them. them every evidence whilst he was in Ins I Mrs Helen Penney Thomas : T. R. BETTON, S< c'y- p -:.

,.. be given, if he had a v ie, it would l e ra 1 Fellow Citizens, I became a resident of Council that he will, if elected keep the bal. i Dillehey Thomas Hiirg'on: Richard : April 15 h, 1837. 36-2w .. :

.... (Ie) forward! to commence at once u a partiLJior | Florida 17 and of in the hands of the two Dupont Abraham Uehberg Richard ,i
like of
years ago, many your. ance power extremes Dtival MrsEllen A Robinson Wm W AD31INISTI'ORS'NOTICE. -1 ,
raV net > .: in tl'is c..III'd. He intends to select i I Irh selves am one of the first pioneer of the Ter- over the great wealth and populationof Hourhtry Mrs Sarah Ritche Wm I 4 LL having claims against the estate of : -
I seat on the top; rail of the political fence,p, ritory. having undergone all the fatigues and the Middle-as well as to remove the Capi Evans Lemuel G Rouse Solomon JL Zachariah C. Fort, are required to present
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1 verlook the contest at unconccrnedlv :u;I i I I: privations in preparing n wilderness for the tol! to the East. There are many other mat Emory Benjamin G HopewMlFejrs P Kussel Rogers H1 Bethel T 2 i I' th<-m properly authenticated to le..n Martin and t I .

!*. : more comfortable leception of those who ters of equal importance ; such as the reduc- Flnher Rufus Ryon Joseph Hait. within"the time prescribed by law: or they lF ij s.
I will b< forever barred Anl those indebted to tha
Viubicrihcr w4U altray! be found jJvocating"Jwl : I!I have come after: us, and who have profited I tion of the price of pine lands, and extending I Fisher William Sapr JohnStrickland estate will make pavment to them.SOL'OMONG.BECKOM. L I'

tMV ,aDd to (be ,,!moSI (lJ his humble ability,,( | &h..y our exertion Duting thin time I have of the pre-emption laws. I Fletcher and PoadFlet'her John AFIak.Wm I Adm'r. E.. -
C Steel Newton 4I
t.Ht [ rac(3 interests of the Territory Ha ving casibre L; not been an idle spectator. There in not a por- t"elloCitizens.. appeals have hecn: made I 2 Stripling Rev Robert i April:>th, 1*\7. 8w. I .. '

HtI- III\ as he expects for lilt, his ruotlo will I I'' tion of Florida that I have not made myself for one of my opponents, upon party grounds Forsyth Maj R A I Scott Lieut H D I I-: NEW YORK &: ST. MARKS LINE OF I '

12(fer Fl pMa." His efforts will be used It]I t':' personally and intimately acquainted with. I because he voted for Col.! White-that be has I! Glisson Wright TSimmons Hillery EGibcon PACKETS. > :

and aflvnnce all have also by on active life made myself qual- been chosen &c. as a candidate for his successor. !i Wm Jtf Selph JohnShortridge
public improvementi I Graham John Margaret C .
her borders. The pioject! ot the rail mac ]'! ly acquainted with all the politics acts, and What agency Col. W. has had in Goldsborouph Chas. IIHutson Vns Edmond2 ,

oPC. matter" relating lo our Territorial Govern. this I do not pretend to say : I know of none Nepoleon Walkrr-Rchard; H -
lias place \0 die 8t JchnsorSt. river
Marys I
C.J ,I 1 ment. It is true I have not had the good fur. coming directly from him. Let this be.'! as it flein: Cbr .f' an Windom Benjamin I
" : tune to have the parlonage;; of great men in may, the principle t< the same. I contend that I I :; 'r RahVwl 1'! and rincriVnrrd Jtfdsfpr ,. '
W C Warren Elbert E
Hyman FIRS s, '
IIjOrlanu.u of national intcrett, and lu I in this line t.t sail frjm either
great be employed
k* i: power, and consequently have not been pla. noose has the right to appoint his successor i I Tforrace ETi Dr. Williams M 1 .
sail the 8th and C4ih of .
(Ie which!. cliir.cn should himselfHentioniooUreTTMrli t5-a. vessel on every ,
every exert of salaries in it is to the of Hallis Charles Wirgons Mary pOI ,, -
office our
crd MI high 1wA. t I I I month, and oftener, patronage .
( of Slic Union ftbouUlto & riutsnn llu'sonHayward Wolf William I
and anti .
the Whatever I ColrnelWhite N.
any of public Tnoney. government republican. Mn. WM. WYLLYS PRATT, Agent York .
kthea to IH! : suliject' -lbi. he will seek to I William Wiggins LYON AcentSt..V.,rks. .
his ROB'T
has been ,
: ;
may possess either in a pecuniary or u political : supported liberally by Jones LemonJenkincs HEFCSED'LETTCRS.Alsto '
''Ja- Tb dIoar\ uf our public agent I to procure, I point of view I made it by my own exertions friends, so long as he chose to serve thou ; I I James Willis 7 St. :'.Mark.ipnl, 1837. -ly'r..- : ra

t foecewm '{PP" pmtions for the public works i I I have bad, as many of you know. the be uiN certainly reciprocate the same liberality I I i Judson' Edward F' Craig William P" :NOTICE. I :

, r\'eral (,ointl'ttiUe Territory-:for the Improve untiring and unceasing opposition and even and let them think and act for themselves, I Litlr Itin George Robert B '" Johnson McCray Mr Farquhar i a ;: Sl1 JScriber. icsididg at Fort Mitchell, Ala;., I.I I. \ :\ h...

.- *.f our LIrbo":: ,tod flyers, and construction persecution of almost every prominent man If I had no other claims upon the people other i I Molt Abram 3 I TIlL that there is now in the Territory of '* !b.;': t

rgS0S1 I 1Tdi, *h.uU! lie necoRdeJ by every press in in and influence in the Territory, against than the mere fact of having supported Col. Persons calling for the above hrrr will! pleasesap : Florida, the t lolloping Negroes liken from him by '1
of Jane last
power ,
the month \
.I( 'ala, without he wstraint of the elevated White would not now be a candidate. I advertised. I. G. SEAtlCY, P. M. the Cleek Indians during )'. .
. ofsectional local which I have stood etect upon I Tallahassee April 1st 1837 36-3w and as the Negroes were on beir way to<< Florida in '
...1. eItor selfish .c.unlickra nl. The enttrprietou ground of independence, always ac. I have supported Col. White and opposed him.I : company with some hostile Creek*, h- finds that they i' '

;i of the pensacola,8<. Andrews, ting and thinking for myself; and I defy any I" acted upon principle, and in open ,ground.; I i TAXES TAXES I II were retaken by this some person and or the persons Suwanee unknown, sometime

ephz and St.Marks of ''supported him against some of those of the & L persons! who have not pid their Taxes for to him, between place t
railroads, in all fair and man to put his finger: upon an act my pub- : in the monili. of August.Septemoer or October.
J1836: to them l Iy ihe first dayof %
Ji Ii5aaeohjectg' will find jo t him their advocate. lie or private conduct that is dishonorable! <>rin 'party that now support as it is said his May net, are. or required shall proceed pay to 'ell property. to satisfy That the Negroes are as follows: j i

- :*liberal support will be given to thm imti i ; any way injurious to the public: good. I ]I NOMINEE," lit this to elevate themselves into the same. SAM'L. II. DUVAL.Tax PHCEBK, aged about 30, a mulatto black; her SORRY daughter/ a j

:Ith I "tllch rnl.41he Inon ury concerns of have never failed to take an nctive part in the I I power by that popularity under which they I Collector.Tallahas boy A MY al-out. aged 8 about veirs 10 old years a mnlntto, a the;child of Phce- 1 .r.4 2 ,
3t 3wT'lE '
i could heretofore rise or is it for deeper >ee, .Jpril 15th, 1836 >- about 25
I tit uoo Agrarian: :and all such will meet support of any measure for the advancement not ; a ;I be; DEMPSEY.the sister of Phoebe, aged

lKQ. of our common interest, and I hav, never laid scheme of self n ntf\ctiotp."lent ? I Subscriber towards the erection of a PRES- years! a black. -:
t1.CI t n and I believe A* the offering of Gen. Rend:, which i i. to ,I. '( f'-iiL'Rcu in this city, arc notified that Any perso-i or persons having the above Negroes s '
!: to wt I."I' shall !lie entrusted shrunk from an open a manly the. I p.iyment of fifty per cen' upon the orig'Lal; subscription will be liberally rewarded on leaving the same with
; -t OIIIII"-"e;-'_ of the Terrilonal opposition to those measures that were divide my votes in Middle Florida is only i i.< required to b-- made immediately. Payment my a"ent. James :\1. St"o't, at M6nticello l Jeff rsoD ,,".
ti1l' : government, the friends of Mr. Downing for; uu'-- member of information resrwdti! t g them ,
- dd '*\* hopeof miv b! mad to the !oue' t Dot I jjj "Pf>orL Upon Ibis subject he wrong.I fellow citizens' Ce8S. it is proper I should .speak. At the I the"Biiilding'mmittee, to wit. Metsrs John Park- will be tbankfullv receivedJOHN SIMMS: .
2teiouy, that ill am now, opposed by hill W. W. Waddell and J B. Bull. hi James M. Scott, Au'y :al Law, on- ;
lta'or. '- : a new country of lhe Council, and after, as I By agent,
wh3err adjournment
difit.rencn.r: those of the two old parties wbo perhaps seek JOHN GAMBLE Tres'r. Florida. 1
aft r QIu opinion exist ns to a have understood, Mr. D. was nominated by aCAt'CL'S 36-lf llih I37.: 3&3w.WM.P :
lIIca'Urt pincmtnence in union and POLITICAL MANAGEMENT Tallahassee.\ April lltb, 1837. Tallahassee, April ,
it u oenerally wisest and best of General
I was assured by a friend .
,4- and thereby expect to fix upon the .., ) j
I; e PUblic funel ariea. in *h candidate that NOTICE. DUVAL. who has rtlllrn.1 F'erida
Ibi' < e integ people their power and control. in the forma Head *, that he would not be a lni"sc'f' pMiiijiitntlLt'N. .It.. .: e'1.t.- : .

confidence bad, rattier than en. tion of a state government, which i is to leadto he wan then expecting: byvery mail a commission TIIEREA my wife, LOUISA F RIVIERE, have asociatid! tl"rmse! '". i i i I' '. -..- t. of h
\ "lUland cavellinj of the. Ti-xian VT formerly wife "f Geori-e G. Gaines, whose ,. ... ,irmd : ".
1 1 ; oppositino..l their future and political in the army gnyernnlt'nt.to ih<- Law. Tli'y will kt'I'\1\( ffi--i m 'it! < -"' .
|*. npgrandizement hate
cnuertcan take I madcii; name was McCall and myself separat- in II.. -' en I' .IIr".iP r !
.. thote remtrkj for what would mil pr.icnrr n.
which ho immediately Joat-ph.und
- ''''11-art h. preferment; and I can see at no great distance : : place go I e !-to satisfy the curious and inquisitive call\ ll.rlln..1I'IT"ls. ,r.l\b.., II, hs.'P. Iud .
C'1)unties ()
Ot' We announcfd dip. -
: : trust DO diminution, of the then permitted name to be G. Gaines from the deep, and heir: ye j
e( ahead, a new species of influence a.. my George vaity Franklin t\ndin the Court of Ap|. aN.lirmselvrs : I..y 1".I e ,
oUI1a. DUr paper, either of ub cripiion or bout to be brought to beat upon the elective; but on my arrival at Pensacola, to my great I him.I. whatsoever to -rive strict attention t.) nit!t j"in !\1 coii U( '

.., ,- Uukeplac ; and our only promise franchise of the people. It is. Fellow Citizens -I liurpricJe. I lIIat.hil paine announced Uti a candidate cmtning therefo'e her,caution the said all Loui persons- on against tided to their management. R.\Vi"I.C- ALLE P.; fUVAL.. ., I
.rve tocrrted al I .o. Th1d gentleman supported incat yL'gJviERE.April .
support. those unlimited monopolies with whichour I ::: '27tf i 4

.\, SAMUEL S. SIBLEY. Territory is CUHSED, and which wJII the Ju't election, and my wish. was that we I 3d, 1837. 3C-3w February I3ih 1836. -


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k 1 {rcrNOTICE.-Four: weeks after date I will apply and choice aawrtment of ORCERIES which
t ; : to the Honourable the Judge of the County Ceurtof wa offer for sale on
Leon County for leave to sell Lot No. 77, lying in 100 bbl Baltimore Whiskey who hare the management of children as the.
# I SO N E Ram most effectual WOKM DBTBOTI medicine yet disco
a. I the City of Tallahassee: belonging to the Estate of
V Sh.-UTod McCall. is'' Country Gin vered.
WILLiAM -9/cCALL Admr. 50 It Champ.CagnacPeach k Apple! Brandy This syrup besides Wing a safe and active Termfuge. !- I

it April 1st. 1337. 4w. 34 .C1m Dr 10 Casks Malaga Wine is agreeable and pleasant to the taste, and no I II II
SO bbla Old Monongahela Whiskey, child will! refuse to take it. I .

-Six weeks after date, application will Auctioneer c Commission Merchant Madeira, Port. Sherry Winea. It is also happily calculated for preventing and removing i The ab. Oi..... I. ......
( -V NOTICE to the Judge of the County Court for Old Irish Whiskey, wurraatcd genuine.V mAny oilier disorders to which children are I .... and ceruill timed t. lite .....,

I the Countyoflacksonfor letters of administration, en G:"' 1LID 1DA1fg, Mondays\ & Saturdays. !5 bbl Moltsses, subject such as bowel or summer complaint! *, diarrbaca i ....... fir which hue ao rea. Ibrtboe..b..j51,based lten, ., :&.;.

the estate of Sampson Pope late of sai J county, dec 50 Baltimore superfine Floor, or looseneia, vomiting and purging": it is invaluable i Kiene.. ,&z .r
ROBERT L HARRISON, NOTICE. 15000 lbs Baltimore cured Middlings an! Ha.us for allaying those pains which children sufferin 1st White 8wellin.r "
.t t V SARAH POPEApri115tbI837. Esfrayed from the Subscribe about 10 dills since 100 boxes Raisons cutting their teeth and if previously used, will 2d Sore [,', and Ulcersof In long3H.
r V 36-6 a small Drk Bay Mare Poney, cropped mane and 50" Prunes render this operation of nature perfectly mild and 3d Sehirreaor Glaodalar Tsnno.jfi.TL.

I tail, paces vvrll, and is about 4 years old. JJi the 3000 Ibs best Loaf Sugar free from danger. It isequalyefficacous in rickets *hardened temrrars i ill wannn'i SS, I Iikon

V OTlCE.-Six weeks ifter date, application will same time, two mouse colored Mules 3 years old; 100 kegs water Crackers and in the infantile remittent (ever. It is reccom- time.terminate j in aleented breasts .. A

., ; be made,lo Ihe Judge of the County Court fur one recently broke, the other unbroken. 30 boxes and kegs Tobacco assorted quality. ded with the assurance that is folly adequate to the 4th Felons, *r ....h'III. easwers.|
the county of Jacksor, lor letters of Administralionon Any person who will deliver! sid Poncy and Mulesto 40 bags I aquira and Rio Coffee purposes intended, and that much! good may ,be derived Catarrhs of description.J"IOplelutow by*. "

the estate Sampson Pope late ef u5o1 l counl) me on my plantation, 7 miles north east of Tails. 50 kegs White Lead from its simplicity and innocence, it cannot do 5th Rbeamatie every Pains of the joiats.
havee. or to R. H. Berry Esq. TallahdSlloe shall: be harm
L 11.111 RISON SOOC9 best
deceased. ROBERT Spanish Segars any 6th and Braiees
UV SARAH 11. POPE- liberally rewarded. Any infor nation of them will be & hhds Sugar Directions accompanying each bottle.KAR8HAZ.Z.S whatever part situate. every desep*..* .

I M!arch JSlh, 1837 33 6wADMINISTRATORS gladly received by 50 bags Buck Shot, COM 7th Tettersofahl kinds. la this ,
: JOHN S. TAYLOR. 30 1ce,1 Duponts and Coochs' Powder I celDp a

4 NOTICE. March 1.3th: 1937. 33SHERIFF'S 40 boxes Sperm Candles POVNDB'l"BUJtOI'Livt'rwort. tient of, ia water applying* the Ointment man ktetdlMaut : > |

( ALL persons having claim against the estafe of SALE.BY 50 Smoked Htrriugs. 8th Chilblains, or parts affected<< .by fat.
; C. Foil dee. required to present 10 Tierces Rice .
are virtue ofthree executions issued from justice TO Till PUBLIC.
: I I them duly authenticated within the time prescribed John Rca's court in the city of Tallahassee countyof s/) Boxes Brown Soap. For coughs,coWs, asthmas, spitting of blood,liver '1 he following: communication addressed
i by law, or they will: l be forevzr burred- Leon, in favor of Daniel L. Richardson, and a- 50 doz. bellies Porter and Cider. complaints whooping cough: and all diseases of the prieior of Judkin's Ointmot, frem tkj HoaTli

V I ; 'i S. G. BECK COM. gnintt John Lambert and Anton! Lambert deceas'dand 100* Ceils pieces best.. Cotton Bs: in{. breast and lung :r.Iaferre., member of Congress: ,is hij" ,iasa-j
March 25, 1837. 33 R-w were levied on Lot No. 161 and house thereon 10 hop The resrora'ive powers of this medicine in discs- The gratuitous manner 10 which it is IIiade ,:,
; of 5 caws India Preserves ies of the Lungs have been attested by the most re- feelings of no ordinary character tot-_,, ,
J situated and being in the origin.il plan of the city ,
I OTICE.-Siz!: months after date t shall present will 10 barrels No. 1 Shad spectsbl*! physicianv both Europe and this country humanity ; and is certainly well deser, 81.
Tallahassee and returned
( : my aCCPUfltSafld vou&cherstothIJon. the Co: me by a Lead, Corn, Brooms. Chocolnte: Pepper, A.ispi ir po" sedative ,expectorant and tonic properties I ofaltenUon. 1-
J { f Court of Leon County, as administrator on the estate therefore proceed to sell, to the highest bidder before 25th Putty, Demijohns, Pn served Ginge',CurraUs Tam- and hence abate fevers, mitigate coughs and almost : ". WAiaiacTojr.Jan.jj
; f ., of Jacob Horper, dec. nnd apply far letters di,- the door of the court house in said county, on the arands. Door Mat English Walnuts, Cinamon,Tnr- in :antly removes slijth' and recent eoM .ht.P ieive Olr-Unas been my wish tor. eeastdert&t_
I i'::7 missory on Mid ebtate. STEPHEE W. SNELL, day of April 1837. all the right, title, claim and interest ,, pcntineImperial. Gun* o..dl'r. n?,l My ..- T**";;- i % irnmema'e relief to to 'those which from neglect tf* Communicate to you the good effect \ '-
of said defendants in and to the above*"rib ilp..r..7 Oil Vinegar and with Scotch Snuff in bottles Caster Opodtldork, i have assumed' a more dangerous character,
25th 1S3733 6m have used the ointment
March .
r- ... _>;.ry MHO C ..Ims.I.. A. FISHER, Lemon Varnisli invented by Mr.Jadb.
: t : Spanish Brown. Sirup, C pal seldom\ fails to cure the mos obstinate caee.II *. which: I now .'
l J I It Co Leon. is made nd _
Shrf. ulklerll..IJd *
;t .. I I.OTICE.-The subscribers Lave taken the Stables Salmon.. X-c.fcc. For sale low by will be found superior to any other medicine, for appointed by yourself. 1 t.ae sold h |
1 i 't j V formerlly occupied by Peter Robinson JAMES; H. COOK G. H. &. T. E. LINUENBERGER.Tallabassee. the cure ofshortncs of breath, hoarsenes, wheezings during the last: lures to UHI "ifC L Laud
f dec. where horses will be received at Livery 7'ran- \ Oct. 29, I83C 12-tf :. and promptly remedial in soreness of the breast and wound without years every specie t ?
: G t. stent custom particularly attended to. Hacks and No. 100 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, lungs. In whooping cough its corrective efforts will) instance. ,I lauure to produce aeon ltIt

; Horses hired on the shortest notice, and every attention Between Pine and Broad Street, FLORIDA CLAIMS. : be upeedilyd scovered.Marshall's. remedy in all consider cases uf u ihe rru*>t decided aaj_ 1
.. will itfi establishment P. DUVAL Talbliassec, and Francis I iuuu>r, be the cauit ti.
that render ,
I paid present OFFERS far. sale a full nnd romplete assortment ofCabinet JOHS Tonic Mixture may, and,I ba,c found nothing. so ood lor .'
f thi'
of "
r J satisfactory to the public. Washingum Cityformerly -.
consisting Sideboards with It
: marble will all clums f.r any description. may be ioperu .dd
I MICHAELLEDWITHfcCO.Tallahassee Denariraent prosecute t..
$ top! do plain Dressing Bureaux with marble and Treasury of the tumor uleti I the
V H ; cure whue" _
j' s*
l.\k"D off elIingg..
Feb. iS, 1837. 28-tf Negroes and oilier property destroyed or by ..t
I I ; i plain top, Centre Tables both square and round, the Indiins, and for horses. kc. killed in service, or taken For A 'tie and Fever. by the most distinguished physicians II IIICInI

,.1 Administrator's Notice. with Marble tops, Pier tables do. Dining tables anut'.nnd forth. Army JOHN P. DONAL, Prepared by C. Marsh ullt\] \ Phila. and for sale by and which they have decided would, wi !ww
single Breakfast talles of all sizes :
lion, fatal to ibc ,
prove patient was
\ A. DI- KEN J. EDWINTEW under
; the next July Term ofG Id!>den County Court do. Sofas of all qualifier fashion and FRANCIS \RT .J ndial. -
AT prices, Mahogany 27-tf next door to the Post! Office. .. notice, effected by the us ol Judll,', fn
J will our accounts and \ourher, a* Chairs from 5 ->0 Fcb.7,1837.
present $ to $ each Rocking Chairs of
and tile in tine health
directed J.ilmP. Du,al, Jan. 25 Gins patient u ; his limb iitettt
Edwards: Sen. N B -Letterpostjiaid to 28,1337 l
Cullin ,
I ; administrators on the estate of : every description ardrol.e' of all qualities and sizes, the being restored
tumor to a perfect
i ofa.ad: Court and! Tallahassee Florida, will be attended 10. Jute of sou
V f deceased. lo the lion. Judge prny SecieUries nnd Book Cases do. Ladies Work Tables A Insli! supply of this VALUABLE MEDICINEjust lies,. Also, thai the leg of Inf'cd man uuiVtdt,

; *.o be discharged tbcrcfron.I. ,. witU Marble and wood t.p!!, Mahogany high post and FOR SALE, rercvet. wounded, and exhibited one dreadfully ukenuet'i i
J' JOHN EDWARDS, French Beadstead*, Marble do. Looking Glasses a I
\ face from the knee the foot and
: \ it, CULLEN EDWARDS, Jr. full assortment of Hair Maltrasses and Feather Bed, THE King tract: of Land, one mite East .1! II I than two years, had to been considered, which incnrVr, (at lit, I

: Administrators.Nov. together& with ever) article necessary lo furnish a on the Augustine road, contain, ,
: I Actually cured by the application of Juukm'sKmenu
; ,,\ 12 1836- H-C.n: house. Terms liberal (:Mnrch 25th, 1837, 33-3m) ing 550 acres ; soil inferior U> none in the "Terri- I 1 mention these t...., ctAaea, hich fell .( '

f'. CSrSIX::: months after dale, I shall apply to the tory, level and I well watered. my immediate rmiir(". ui d management us a Ilea.
t i lIon. county court of Leon county for letters of Dis EOOND SALE OF LOTSAT Also, ihe ParUh Tract, one mile south .r town, evioence of the efficacy 8. this reuiedy in UM ?.

t." r\. I mission from the administration of the c!>tue: of Robert PENSACOLA. containing !240 acres, *>il. WOo'd, and water jji 1)a'4l. loots and of ulcer. 1 nave expeiicru.td as dedJi:

.1:... Copdand. dec: I Also, Lot No. 137, being lull of square 'fronting" the good etlect ol'ihis remedy n. lilt cure of fe.
second Sale ofLots. will take the
: S. //. H.JDLEY, atlmr.Jan. THE place in the new court house, on the north. anti of every sjwcieot! In-sh HounJ. U emibthatai.y >
21 1817 2.>-Cm w city of Pen!arola Monday! the first day Mun one w" h.. s* illoOs tr.e i.i> ti. : *..ptntUOI"1Ia"tmeul |]
Lot No. 115 fronting the court house; on
r _____ H.
"- of May next under the d-rrnion' of W. Chase, must le suiutit-0 a:. lu Its bviK&ud 'II

IX MON'I US after date, shall\ exhibit my accounts acting Trustee of the Pen\acola: City Company;" roe street- I' can wilh the uLniot. cumiuriicc rccthu.tua u>,: |
\ 1' S : and voucher, to tile lion. Judge ..,( the (late Land: Company) viz : Lots No. !25, 26 and 33, on Mi&riy street, f this valujbl.remedy..

;.1'' J .V county court for Leon county, as admistranon on The iidtlii'ns! ot .ae' will be as stated in the advertisements near thr t termination .f the rail read, makinjr! a 1 AI.I ,ir, cry rrspectfu.ly.

'. t iheesaeofGeo. Moore, (' \\'l\I.FlSIJER (for the sale in January last! viz : block 668 by 280 feet, a very pretty situation: 'for JuH." ',: ALiAFtUQ

t .,.' V December 3, Ifi.'lfi.: 17<;-m One fifth Cash, or endorsed) paper at six months a private residence. To M r. Charles Herstons, proprietor JiMikuftu |
with in'crc L.
V Lots No. I. 4. 5 and 6 adjoining the tiwn on ii4 ment, near Frederickiown, M.&ry wr.l.
.iD.Ul.'vlS1'llA TO 11'S NOTICE One-fifih!
: in ))
l"i iineyear the South West, nuking an oblong IIf 20 arrrn, -- ds IcrPIL ..Dt

( SIX mouths vouchers after for date final, I bhall settlement present and my apply acrnmti to One-fifih One-fifth in in years'wo years 1 I f l( wi.hout interest, under good fence, has a good well of water, the Belere! leaving: lS-uslxm.1 I ii.td lieaid much of,|

Branch : it and cumloil- article in whicn you lJ ;ft.r. .he pti'olie u
cascade running thruugh a appear ,
J V. : tho lIon. Ju 5c.
V. ;
fora discharge from tlieAdmtnisLratorhi of the estate Complet. titles will he ;given: to purchaser! but the able dwelling house 'thereon. V prietor, bpcuf
r., .. I II ''j of James Hurley deceased. notes! will bear mortgage till paid-the laq paymentwill Lots N0s. seven, nine and ten, adjoining, P ttLjAt&' 'D&Oi.: .1,1 Mam vi-guia. matter bv ment, made by C. Herstons, near Fredem-a, Url
JACOB HOUCK Baltimore which betaken and of its descried in peal
4 may land, eficacy cures on
; V JOSEPH HARLEY remitted on any lot that shall be improved containing each ten acres wel. wooded and rich,
'r for' with perfect safety by all ages & in all diseases with whom lam well acquainted since oiy t|
1 { I .' ;i; a Oct. 2 1876. 12.6m within one year from date of sale by a substantial: and handsomely situated fir private resulonces.If its cure are lor the foll"..in diseases :'Dyspepsia, dence in Baltimore, it haj performed a cur ilfrieod
house! riot less than 25 feet front 30 feet in
.. \ .. OT1CE.-Six months afler date I will presentmy and of at least two Sores.: by depth, not sold by Salurday, the 18th day of!March, Lnssof Appetite, Indigestion Inflamationof the St.- of mine afflictad with the Piles. Having il

l' vouchers and papers or the rstate Cyrus Furth r particulars wiil:! be made known to will W sold at auction. Terms, one half ca*h. uiarh, HeartBurn, Dir-alin, bysentry or Flux, Piles& self been a sufferer for some years with this dnbJ

r ).4 l Dearborn dcccn! til, to the Judge; .)f the county court cha.erson; the day of sale and timely distribution pur- the residue in two annual instalments, with interest "KifttuU! Obstructed Mensuration. Aue: and Fever: .it., disease, I now unhesitatingly applietl Jew.tneuL .

p ,V for the rounty Gadsden, for a final settlement, ando made of explanatory maps and catalogues.W. from the day of sale, and a mortgage on the Oilliou or Remittent Fever Typus Fever, Scarlet inmy own: case, and am "ratiaeit thai I cut|
L-r letters dismissal therefrom. the I Fever, Small Pox, Erysipelas or St. Anthony's Fire. it made a petted cure. J. BENTS
V I pray H. CHACE. premises te secure payment.
Anhma.Pleurijir. Urj..les, Yellow;<.....r.r..n.; -.. Counting rouiM, Lomfcaf (
JOHN WYNN Executor. .. .. flflB.4 **
!M. ROBINSON Also. hiar < i .II..t
i } n'y '! /
:' Nov .ICthliC:. 18 DAVIS River and Sweet Water Creek.J. I Wind on the Moinach or bowels, Cholera Morbus A few wctks ago&: & case of woman's sore '"
C. A.
t i ; t -- --..-- G. SEARCY. Consumption Influenza, Colds, Coughs, Inflamation came under my notice, the breast greatly ida
1837. 29-ts
;;.f t NOTIC-E. I.hll. of the ehett, Palsy, Gout, Rheumatism, Infiamaiory the nipplscarcely: to be seen-h r apptaraoaci|

? ( i' having: claims against the Estate of Tallahassee, Feb. !, 1837. sore throat. Cn>up, Inflamaiinn of the heart, Dropsy, ly spoke the great misery she was in ; she uU':

: .. ALL Lemmon deceased, are requited to present CITY STABLKS, FOIl SALE. (ticket*, Diteaxet of the Liver, Jaundice, Difficulty she nail been suffering three months with it.ui'i
;:1 LAND
J : : the same duly proved lo T. It. Betton csq, within formerly Peter Rohison's.r.rTHE of making Urine, Gleet, Hysterics, Nervous fc Scrofulous ('arricdtlJ her ked ; he then had laxseed pUkicr
\ 1 i the lime piesoiibcd' by law. And nil person indebted THE Subscriber is authorized to nil three valua affrriionsof the members and li|amenta. Mercurial it; other things had been tried. I advised J"
: I following: rule! and regulations are adopt'd situated withia 5. 25
Land 12,4*
Tracts of lid Ventral diseases
a Ulcers Seres Affectations i it
.; i to laid Estate arc require to make immediate payment for the above and will oj.lment, knowing been successful likes
ovcrnm-nt of the Mables, contains about
? The
miles from Tallahassee. Pr the skin &. all diseases risin
to the undersigned.SUFANNAHA.. ( from Impure Blood, She got and applied i it according to the dinaiteii
k f' i be strictly observed, it hoped ihry will give generalsatisfaction The secend 520 Acres SOelrared.
i. 1920 Acres L50 cleared Lc. Price bottle: f 2.
; LE 11Oi.Admr's: [per companing it; in 24 hours all pain was rea (
t and prevent any misunderstanding.The And the third 880 Acres about 200 cleared. This medicine has effect and
a powerful
I1ireoflVla as a Spring broke, and commenced discharging CCI;>ioual,,_|
These lands are equal to eny in middle Florida and Fall Purifier in thew wh,. constitutions
V Feb. ISth )33728Sw.NOTICE.. e rrquire continued some days ; the relief from rzueroe U
V _______________________________ k and four .IS 750 00 per dart will be sold on terms advantageous to the purchaser. iiourishineni and new vigor ; such persons would be to pertect ease excited: this winun's astoaisaiaeHr

,8 1: llackandpair Siilkey and bo.se 300 H. W. BRA DEN.Tallahassee much benefitted by ,using,: two or three bottles, which few days rednced her breast u>its "&\Mlltall._
March lath 1837. t( K
V be taken without drink diet.
regard or Many the
I 200 eight days cure wat ce.npl.tc.C.IUJtS1UJio'redenck
t horse ;
months after cIttc. I will apply! to the lion
.; SIX week are diseased for the want of Mood being 3 Mi5.BKWARK .
h \. Judge of the Jackson couil for lettersdamiisory Ho do 700 per persons punned. county, April ,
; county REGULAR PACKE'fS.scnOONER .
Thousands/ of their
2500 persons are destroying con-
mouth er
$ I : I hose at Livery | er IMTOS1TI
n q as executrix of the estate (If Eli .hl: Gitrs.
V 'f do do 125 per day Lady Washington liiiilinus by neglecting to apply a proper rrmedy ; to Messrs L & R .1 Lo- nde5, mirchamsC, .mWii)I
)VIE) ANN: B. GATES. I Single feed C21| M Swaim such the Panacea will be more tnan double valuable Gentlemen-As Mr l\rsI.IUS: agent; &>* ta* si I
Marinnna Nov 8 1836. IJtf
V All horsrs hued must be piid for in advance unless aod.schr Washington A as a rertain and effectual means of restoring idem to Dr Win Judkir. patent specific ointment,I vwill I

l, t L NOTICE. ihe person has. an acri.tmt with the stab'es.' ferson, master. will run perfect health and vgorj few families are exempt form you that last summer I was afflicted vilkiij
I No horse dtlive 'f'd without an order from the regular packets between from Scoruutic A flections which exhibit various svm-, leg-the fame Jiulkiu's Ointment. induc.4m'ira

I ;} ALL persons indebted to the estate of tile late owner or to his known servant.Smokeing Marks and N. Orleans. For freight or rns V i toms as Eruptions. Ulcerations Debility Low( Ape jug; of it-but it happcned to beef 31 r.Her
I I 1 Bryan Jr, will make pa ment to the undersigned in the stable! is entirely forbid-The establishment ply to Swaim. Lord, & Co St .Mark s, 01 to 1 pe'.ito and Digestion, all arising from impure blood, make. I used it acoidn g to the printed diRt
{ t and all persons having/ claims wi'.l: presentihem will!! be closed at 10 o'clock-Perons en- Kirksey Tallahassee. and if not properly attended to, are sure to producethe but my I\i: kept gittinf worse.
: li .fl i duly authenticated within, the time prescribed lei ing will phase close the gafe. Nov 1 18 18l6.: I5tf greatest injury In the coimilution.; Panacea i.i recommended Mr Herst n.. traveling to the west stopped all
I Ji by law. JA.\IES A. BERTlItLOT: THE PROPRIETOR- in all seasons of the year, and in particu. b..use daring the lime, fin looking at the .,mu
.I, Attorney In fact for Sar.ih Bryan Admr'x. Much 4 1837. 20.f FORSALE lar as a nreventative from all c iseases in warm climates I l1td, he intO cdl.tely pionounced i i- not of his

't V. Feb21 1837. 29 iw ind those persons when diseases are prevalent by md furnished me with one whrh was. On op
aU.. : C(Ji'A ItTN EItS IIIP I N 0 II CE.- The subscril JIT MAGNOLIA. taking the Panacea three or four times a week,or three ,md smelling it 10 as sensible of tlie diffcreace, it
I ., I OTICE.-SiX weeks after date application will l II.AVC: this day entered into Copartnership THE subscriber has or (our table spoonful's when going to bed, and the i. looked like iw I then applied the ointment; whid
; ,; : bc made! te the judge ot th-' county court f.>r the ill the Mrrcliaruile business' undcr the name of Duval fear of attacked became in of
t ,, just received by the poison may no apprehension being:!: avc: me, to my leg ; II a state auent
i 'J counly of von, for letters ef administration on the & lln'chins Their Store is East side on Monroe St. chr. Tuvurora! from Wil with the Cholera, Ydlow Fever, or any otliei disease, on using&, the lust plaster, and so continued i it
l't: f' estate of Elizabeth Wood, late of said county dec'd. next iSorili of Messrs, Martin k Hart.A. New York the 'ollew- as this medicine is a valuable restorative. of the system i gotqutte well.

"I WILLIS vOOD.J FORMDUVAL.. ,thereby invigorating: tbeconst lutillD.and enablingit This oiatmeni i i. certainly very valuable
t t I V March 18th 13:17.V : lW. I. HUTCHIN8. inc goods viz.: to bear the debilitating; effects of all climates ; it !is iroalvlb t a pity it should b. lost to the public
.... VV January. 133C Rio Coffee. St Croix Si-gar, the fluids and their the
conveyed by circulating corrects c:;ounterleit article, bearing ntm and bring I
V OT1Ca-Six weeks after date I shall
I- isfc&.iaf V apply Rye Gin, N E. Rum, li nuVnry |.. nil those: disease which originate in viti- enuine TVM K NTCumbtrlaaJ. '
the lion. Jiulfieof: County Court of Leo.fr. .'\
; Mural Alalaga, steel blood', diseased liver depraved appetite, or pre May 24, '8HFr
County for Letters! Adiiiinutrauon on the e&lafe of I .WINES.Madeira .
Robert Freeman, deceased. Sicily disposition to affections of the lungs.It .m Rte L'tvfrtjr IT.",1
: J.W.BANNERMAN. : : ( resembles, in (point of taste and flavour, a rich I have known Mr C Hastens to be the props I

March 18th, 1837. :32 Judkin's Ointment for several years during, *f|
Bale ..
Rope, 4> taking mercury in any way. should have recourse tone lidcnce in Maryland, and tin ointmcBt made kj'
... And are daily expecting. from N. York pej brig bottles of this medicine. In the decline cf
is htreby given Thai thirty days after ( or two i.u hue been ia mush rrpute. It has bees freqeS
will be made to the Honorable Lucinda, and Schr uyron, a general assortment of life. or whru the system has been impaired by excess, ised in my own family while living Maryland' |
Thomas Randall. Judge of the Superior Court for the Dry Goods. Ready: made elothin :. H ruwre. Cutlery. it nourishes, strengthens and supports! it:-it is not -iring my residence in this ciy with success I

J V Mic'rile District of Florida for authority <<> sell the Rifles DODLle. -nrell.J guu, Pistols! Hats, presuming! too fir te add, thai it actually prolongs (ile. B W.AU

,. real estate hereinafter described belonging to the ef. Short, Saddles and Bridles Creckerv Twine Glass amlMe, and This Pan-cea has been introduced to the public (or Methodist Book Room, Mulberry It.

tate of 'V m. B. Nuttall, deceased, aect lns 25, 35, t China ware, Bale Rope and Bagging, a short time, and has received more testimonials: in its New York, May 30tli) I1SS:
au. .c*...>...> n.... l .tud ed'- dicing; with general' anntmcn.f groceries abXul!, wliifhtrillb f ; N-E JN-E i"seciion 32. 1' 1,"iTs Kf'V E.-N.W cold on liberal trrms-hey have 500 medicine; cur discovered, and its nao'e at horns and xn hand .liting' will appear on thcenv.kf* "I
be MId
N-W { sec 33, T 1 R 3 N & E.-W j ef N-E J. VN.WIIWI.1VIE1SWI,1V1S.E1IES.1/ J r bushels dry cjane alum salt which will viry abroad will induce hundre s, aye, llieusandS to apply ::rs, post paid, directed to him, in FredtpckVId :

,. 1 \ 1 I \ : J : FULL supply of LanJrtths' low.Th. commodious warehouses for it, to reap the truc virtue thereof. will be attended ,
V {, E \ N.I.V!, E } N.E 1, sec7. WI\ N-IF \ Sf S-IFJ A harb and flower seeds jusl received superior and waranled garden y have large and merchandize cotton and .an.'her Notwithstanding attempts may be made t* impairthe For Sale wholesale and retail, byEBARNAItU4CO. .
s section 8. T 4 R 4, S & E. Lots No I and 7, of secVon21 : cottot sheds for storing confidence of the public in the efficacy and cura- Dr1tII

V ii T9 R 9 S: & E. MARY NUTTALL, fresh Drc.; by HUh, J815. 30tf 1.0. PERKINS. general prtduce.cemmissien they will business Uo attend and to will the shipping bu, nnd and ad- Sle pos er of this medicine, it will go on to conquer Tallahassee, Sept. 17th, 133S ,-cow.I,!:..
V Adm'rx of Will. B. Nuttalldte. disease, relieve the afflicted,and earn for itself the good V
V' Jefferson co. March 18th, 1827. 32wSIX FOB SALE. vanes meney on cotton stored with them to 'b* hip- opinion of thousands and tens of: thousands. Already The Sulwcribere harinjr as. eialrd die'"
ped lo any port in the United St.ues; they pledgtd it has rarncd for itself which business under the firm .{ NC
TRACT of land of a name d.is'ardly *l.arkit in Mercantile
months after date I shall apply to the Hon. consisting' 1230 aces, in ihemsflves to pay strict attention to "II !l.uimifs csi
VV e pt the Couaty Court of lefTcHon County, A the cfiitre ofllie La Fayette Township, and rusted to them. '. annul rrnch ; that such is the fact, the number nv Ha wet, beg leave tn inK>rm their fixf

I for a final discharge from the administration. of the about 4 mites! from Tallaliaskte. It consists of the BENJAP4INUVItO If (;0. '.f Ittteis in possession nnm fully satisfy the most incredulous and public generally, that they are now opt*
of Stevens Oct. 5 I83S.lOtf ; and weie it necessary, there ceitld be obtained in the store' lormerly, occupied bv the late: kl*
V V ; estate Benjamin lateol s.iid c'*uniy. 9th and 16th Sectionu of thai township, which he Magnolia, .
ell &F LES McCLELLAN, Adm'r. contiguous) lor Iheir whole length, and form an ____,_ __ h_ _V numerous testimonials underlhe sanctity .f the 'S. Miller, -n the nwt aide of)Moan Stmupposiie
oaths of hose who ulur the
!\Moniicello 12th Martli, I83J 32 6m.NOTICE D suffering most acute and Square in tie City: .r
: oblong of I by 3 miles. Three-fourths of section ..f1Jfl m 1J1l m long protracted J illness, have been entirely restored to Washington

V I! VV 9 consists ol' first rale hammock, and the whole Offers for sale,on accomm dat lug terms hl'\\lh.: \ but it docs not enter into th.comprehension of bhasaee. a general assortment of Dry 051 ,

uf it is of the ht-sl quality It has been pronotinc AI his HOUSE and Lo:, si ua'ed on Alonre many, how it is possjblefor\ botanic medicine: to effect Hard Ware and Groceries, whicn they

i t DURINU my absence from home, Mr James ed by competent Judges to be one of the best sec ![Street, in the eity Tallahassee. The snch wonders: in the healing art, as experience has I tale on accorudating terms.D. .

Anderson nt Casa Bianoa, will attend lo an.) lions in that very fertile and valuable township 110 feet front by 1X(; feet rear. The proved ihen rompctent in perform but such arc the McRAENT.SAMl. '....

I tuiiness ofniine, er of my late: brnthers estate: Section 16 is generally poed oak and hickory land house is a convenient, spacious and comfortable residence facts that they cannot be denied. .. F. HAW

JOS M WHITE; portions of it of a superior quality, and of tha independent of that portion, which is'now occupied The above medicine can be obtained .f G. H. &.T.R. Tallahaswee Feb. 55th IS37. g.lL---

;; ; March 11 1837: 31 4wALL character of soil which has been: proved to be as a Fancy Store, LlNOENBERGEU, Monroe stre-t, Tallahassee, J__T, ._. -! _
-\ He also offers for sale his lot Florida with it. 4*
V unimproved on the proper directions for using Cotton Gins.
the of
bmadapled l In production full of fine
persons having any claims against the es cotton. From the 'facility ol' clearing crops tint last 200 loot street, measuring 160 feet front! l>yl'8O back. will the Iron framed' cotton $ias fiem Bf**** .[tl
W sec- The subscriber will also of his THE subscriber carry Oil SIX
V V of the late C. Stryeiik of Jeflerson dispose entire stockin daily St. Marks IB, I
lion it he made 7' bust ( expected: at
$ may very soon available aa aplantation. Trade Tin -Wan- manufacturing
County will presenl them duly allf'5tedi & those indebted comprising a roost general: assortment of for laic the manufactur
1 Lavina at f -
V and will at all times 'B&TTO
Fancy and Staple Goods Groceries Hardware ness
to said E&tate: are requested to mrke payment T.JL
to the undersigned. ThelfJCt( i i"t well watered, having large stream Grocery, |4-c&c. Hit Stock is large and well assorted =,: hand a general apartment, either Not l I' ISM.: 14tf

: JAMES GADSDEN running through it, in. a, healthful section of the with such: goods as are well adapted to the at wholesale r retail, on as reasonable terms as -.- -- ___ if -

: I Adm'r. country, and affording, beautiful situations for a market. can be sold in any outb,..D market Groceries Provisions, #c-. 4c-:
; ; March I 1837. .V) 8w residence The rall.rNltJ from Tallahassee t. St. For particulars apply to R. I. Hacklry, or Hugh Country merchants and others are invited to call Sugar, I'4I.RiI'I t
Archer authorised Butter Cheese,
V MarkH, now near its completion will afford a my agent. and satisfy themselves. FLoUR box Herrings, Poap* R isinst
i cheap and ready access to market for its produce.A N. E. RII".W.I. Ram, Whiskey,
weeks after dale. shall apply tothe I lion long credit will be #given for the greater part Tallahassee, Dec. 7, 1836. 1.t1JOTICE.Siz Ta11ab ue. Jan. 14., 1837. 93tfPorter. Spanish Brandy, Cogm'ac Brandy, HOk5'robacco. '

I of the county court of Leon for letters or of the purchase money. Fur t term* apply to R. Y. "' weeks Hardware, Shoes, HaU: Cap*
lj. after date 1 shall
'- : administration on the estate Zachariah C. Fort late apply tit 14Qldon: &
: Wellford: Esq. TaIUhas, or to the proprietor. i the Hon of the Cioihing; ; Saddlery, c. :t
dec Judge County Court of I retai. M.
of said county, : eon, DO EN bottles received per brig Mitt, Allef whwh he offersat whelesala' or .
.: S.ttBUCKCOM- THOMAS RANDALL for Utters of administration on the estate of Wm. Lee 300 from L YC rool. For sale by V ,warehouse of Peachy It Miner, St.M;
sV V latJrc.h 11J.h t1. 114wV Tnlas: ) e, February 10, 1837, !27-if I late ofsald county dec W N. LEE V TUJ\DUTf BETTON- i JCC.45 IS3G.-Q JBEZT. ts"

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