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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 22, 1837
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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tt fit r IIID.om..pald wIthin the )t:1r1" ,- Let u, now examine ihe causes which

I' D., (paid.Inr"rted In anrance.FEMET One.Dollar per"qiare1reIine THE known positively to have led to this disappointment ore-
OIti1flANoT t(
,jC1IITI or 1es f nrtb" lust Insertion, and fifty nnd \to n.IY dNtrrs-ing: embarra-i.-- _

each !ubcqucDi jflCTt of ion.inwUoIW Auvertisiincntsof required mcnt. Beforo I the 5th day of October General rV '-

.arkt'll with LbeVamt Dlil forbid ad, charged for. Head mis at the mouth of the \VithIaeoorhee r

It continued "dj1oT on business connected with I "L.AISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." : with an abundant supply of every thing V F

ttf'fS the be jeii1.i'TON 1 _____ for the tHC of lh [ It?
.nbla.obt fl1elf, I1IU"t port V __.____ --._ -- -- _. ._ army. onlcre'l (thfl ofllc -
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". r Rnm.n Killing slatnboat Izard
u't Q Sh !LUiB'I to card a, j
COTTO 11 COTTON Q .It:.ID ; rnm Al1PWllIL res a'J'ct :r Q 'yrr:" 1'1fJ .h fully exiiiiin* I the entrance; into ihe month! of
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Cotton and will! -= -=----- .- ---- --- : the. ilien.to enter md _
fFSiibecriberwll' purchase ---- w ., -v_ ; iivcr, lit ;>/11.1 I to he _______

*t 1 lit jricsi; | nmrkct prices. He is daily re- FOil RENT.The ,\- : h I. r h 1". ..i o'II| ) ronfi.l. n.-e in your Oln, 11'IItl.) i I I poji i designated I the depot. In t this atI '; V

i i4 nOW opening an assortment of t. Storo formerly v II wil ;.1.| .s' tIer 'IC ai: I :nnesiz. "' llie e _
8nd occupied by R. Y. Well I 1'1hle Gil. he< Ffrrn Ik' f-'cr S V ari I I llIjiI. I ""';11111." .t. unfortunately, I through
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latest suitable tlie ford at R. J for plantation. and obi-u,: !y c pin emU Vr
ngg\lllllR of llie pnterns in present by UacMey, Es ]. asnn A 1I.li n my yours re"pl.tfu'lv! I Iij.ii.m ike ,
Room and, web I known i int />' i c iii( Ii; f the year, -low (or easIi.-prwvcd crcdJntry as the I XCiiANGE. Fur DAVID J. MIA :; :
an aciive busine.-'S it .Vr. ( I'f.on 8IMa! /rffBmi"i r"l'i,1'1' sp-ii e', rifn.'ire, t > t..f J ,'h.IIIII.I. v.hich neiii" mrrow she I
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r ; produce. A. FORM DUVAL noi surpHs oed by any situation bta .tlhal if he hnd not just br- in I'lvr.da groundedat :-
9 tf in Ihe city. For terms apply to 1 l."el''I'' Rhi t w..n. vv C01m01 Gin*, i that he would campaign i I t the bow nni! stein at full tide, and when the
i 'i.n inue !. .
.8,1SS6 Dec 17-19 R. Ilkc wis.: liavcn.d.K-'Mieoriwoofthe. Pat.-nt Gins ( ) to:
WELLFORD. 1 lell shi
vv.itrr broke in
NKWSTORK: I f.'r Ina | tantalum Thug prep ired. on I 1110ilm.- day, ti,.! 29th ; two fiom ih'; weight of .

PROVISION & GROCERY: I Charles S. Sibley 1VQflV1 .t. r. Il.F M'Kmni, of the house of rn erM'K' of September, lhn irmy marched; without, a wagon her engine and sunk- Tii dc.-ltr.-ttion::. of iho -

: : ofNewf>rh> steamboat Minerva having becji :lian ed
j ai? train, carrying t-n cla.vli'; l by
uni cd themselves under : lIupply11' provi. 1r
..ul..t'riht'r lave ( u. s. ..fIlly. Middle Dist. Flo Dr A Jones : Dear ST In to (General;
'LflfrEACHY&USER: for ibe ebr'hm'"In of : ) reply your note, arcon.pir.ictl sious on iheir tiding and paU; horses to atteIVi Jessup (certainly with I in* cxpecta ;
I
:"CJ Oncis his 11 y a specimen of thcro'tnn innrdhy yo-n lion t lhal it would
o-nofSi.Xiarks, AOiQ1 professional su.icra embarrass
lhe ns .tItorl"'Y and ( the at Fort Drane, which had my movements
Pal'n Gin. I l bei; Jrnv In observe thai i i' cxhi'b.ts n enemy :
t mg g ? CiMin;ellor al Law, in ihf collection ofdelts1 etc in dori.'i-d I been for limn in the smallest! degree), who ordered Iu-r I j V
10 Middle! improvement on the u 111 I I prncI'CO nf ginning i i tome abandoned by our troops. as P
bel. ai d Florida. lie will aitcr.d all (
TJicir building large commoIIIE. the 'ourtr in tins have been
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ilrl-vi I ruu thin I st.iplo rr-r fr' officially ;informed( her '
> ortras The by
likewise pnipose unending! tothe t 1 Receiver" District Office next door to the residence if J. I IVcstcott 1. ulnJu.llln,1 ; night before an express was sent lo Major enterpris
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"lIlt\.F ard H.' (GrtodN andCotton, ::0 wuchD. \ Jr. Esq. -, clean an additional ant' of good cui."r. The; tlio-/by: \il1 lhcnni.lp Pierce, at Black Creek, advising him; of ing captain, to take at least one trip to th

, :'dec Ih. m" h'l' s to pay .uc'h.' ns wifl Tallahassee, January 2..th, 1 IP37. 2j-tf of the advantages vu\\your p ti-nt e favorable tin, IVC nnprrs8inn been- my intended movements and dirt-cling him mouth of tho Apalachicola with the Creek i '
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:thetn on liberal' share nl: the*>f pa.ronage and from the LAW NOTICE.; MM,"firmed by KU'! m-qiiMitly \itn-Bsinj it in opci ation. to al"'nnCtilhout delay with his forces and warrior?, before she took in a cnr:o on the V

ants' and Plan ers Terri'oJ), n igh- Tinutility of the douYi -n m nnd of la101' Chattahoochee for tho Wiihlicoor.ticc.
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.nvilt all the She
of Georgia. Their I goods will bett ;icF'Thc suhsciibcr's Office is nrxt door lo hi residence I .yJn.1 transport nnl with supplies for the :

ron,.,r Cfl'i"\ or proJuce. As thev will endeavor corner flu Adams Sc Clinton Street D-MT-IIS '! b, >will th-! I !icailily. : p"r"I.i\\llll panlcr.: properly: npprcciatd army, relying on the largo crops of corn was also ordered by Colonel Lane to make a '

.,In h.wd a constant supply of choice Dnd suWiiti'M'1 ofdcvotiii" h in'elfpriiirip 'liv to the l usim. Pi n.' Ffteiins: a dei mil re-t iUl! improveminisieiiiliiiK known lo have been made at General second trip, in which she was grtatly delayed
I Groceries an.l P.ovisions of everyJim ted to him ns COKKSEL ANT ADVOCATE sucii ATTOT.NKTS .. p 'Sl're"Hfa\ by r. fill of the Chaltahoochef I -
" ; iiem-nlihc of Clinch's .md Ki&tcad ofairiving
in I and MzIttosh'
: stat our fur 1oae ,
| : plantations
t bu"iiKS-ias be < .
and Planters willtTmiifir with .
.t" Verihai.ts: : : may placed linn, mil
Country griier- I will with the 24th of
ta.UM that mect the encouragement on
!/ ill crest to call.\ iTlieir More is now ell y be handed In Mr. Si! Icy, IT. JS. Dirturt Attorney c-Miiitry, ii imtits.Vey ynttrs. for our horses. On the 1st day of OctfH September, according : .

I's .f JOHNBL IR PEACHY. (i CCUpj irg .J"'rt ofsu .cril cr'siftic:). who *ill punctually justly rvspcclfoliy your (.(1'l scrv'i. her the army arrived at Fort Drane, and but II) uppoint-nent she did not make: her appearance V.

. WM. &)ANER. at I i end tu it The ipnscnbcr: will attend i ihe //. F. M'KENNA. for the escape of an In i'mfrom a party we until the 22d day of October. I.i tho C _

3 Mark ian. 16th. 1S3C, '-il. Con, L' f Apl'cn'alld :he Kup, |-;. r Courts '..' Jeflcr- From Mr. G. "emiior a Mnchinist\ (if N.O. surprised and d''.slron fl nhoyt ten miles "'!!" mean time General Head, with! his tiatial energy '
t -- -- son, Lron, G:\I's.le'lI, F,Itl klin and Jn'K:e l1C, lU'tnfj: ; ofmyopir ; I .Ind V
In inquiry
Dr. !) -
Y.i. ear ir sinNVVt-r lu unliiing '
; wiio.
s. your I perseverance, proceeded to
, Land( for( Sale.yfkTh hilt r.o: -tiicr Cour.s unl s spia"y rrinirpd.JAMZsi pave intelligence of our approach. the '
I !leave to j
Pi emit Coiton Gin beg
ennfy-'ur fortify 4
whole I a large barge which he loaded with
, AC-CS of first ru'.c: Land 500 otijlr : J WESTCOTT.Jr. ft-Hc t tli a 1 was li'tecn' yc 'rs engage,I in I he cotton Micosucky I..idOlld have been snrprist.d : V j
, 'IF wluth} Tal'nhl.< r.r. J.nuirySJ,h, 1837. dnrii four nnd supplies, and was in the act of passing tho
is cleared nboui 20 miles factories Manrhev.er, England, mil g pet haps destroyed. U'o were 1

I :T&llaha"see. for sale by R J. 7/ACKLEY, 'l Suhsrnl.er linjicvl' rirei\cd n .coh supply yc.trs of that I lime, I wn! forrinnn ill the hOI"e ol "really disappointed in finding no corn at either I bar to ascend and establish the depot at all t :

(. J I If., ,37-W tf } of DRUGS, Patent, \MKD1CINLS I'EHFU.{ .Ui-ssrs. Lewis, 'ViIia.aic ic Co and ne-u ive years the plantation of General Clinch or MeInlo hazards; when the Minerva appeared ;in view. : .

e -- :ME'IY i which the ir.irk-a .pituu r in the hon>euf m> S-TS SaiTurd Gn-ene. I i On that Gene-al Head
&e.nm"ng aic following : I h. very d.IY aided. that
. JAMES JOHNSON I3IIWE' have > Though largt : were made it ]4 by ;
in crops
Gin and cx- i
Carpi nt.T1 l Kxinn: of link, do. Pinkroo:, .10. S Ir)1IIh. have seen your crttO'i operation invaluable officer Colonel Wood I
: LPKR AND TAILOR l : d.>. Bodice ; vaiin's r'II.Ire" and Virmifu ninincd the cotton Ginned by it. and piynounco, il had all been destroyed hy the I Indians and I of a member .
Ri better rlcanscd and Ihe IL tile less injureJ man; any cattle which had my staff; who had taken the tcmpory command V
free
T.1LLJIMSSEE FLJ :c, >wan.ls Tonic. Mixture, CM: 'irine Tooth access to th: fields.Vc !
t : 'VUIII! M.nr, &. Woavn'a:, lish, CrtUmcl nnd cotton that ever came um er mv obs.Tvaiioii. I I IS \ however found ofthe Minerva for this expedition: SttC- ,
nn abundance,, of .
'\ 4uc' XorlhtifF. Tttlr/ Jeweler in .' at./ ofho sugarcane i
the
I ready fur ceeded
Blue! .Mas*. Build's l esi'n Aperient, Willistuu'bIndi'lliljle ",itdi-ly in ascending the river and cstaltlish-
r' .\ ; iccctvcd front JJew York a Mip< rn>r ns- 1 I Ink, I'nspbciry. ciingrr, l.oumn and S.'r- hati'e r, and \\oulil. tlln.ftf'. save the first process on which our hoiseH were fed. and on I jog the depot where there ; I '
. has -
been
ot1rnd&i.iiis I consider cotl<>nrlcanicd lieu an abundant
o,1riiei.t CasstnirrsanJ Ycsfin np.lrill.fUP', Evans' KnulUli Laiuets, I'CNI >(irinjrdo. in luannfaciui ing the lricc. they were greatly improvc-d. The ox- '

..,' wl,<,i'h nrrtill the w.nl fashionable: !,: culms nndIT &\'. &r. J. CD: WIN 2>TE\V AUT, by Gin, \\"ull : f.ur (nc to : press sent to Major Pierce did not, from some supply of public stores ever since. .

,* lii.u Imvc/ tippcartd in, tl.c New Yoi k m.irk'ct 4 'cc.' IM. 1'3(5.( NOXI dour 10 tin- Po.1m -C.i' two ,', "'sn)11111 pound mi:re d.n'l the \rage cr'p I cause, arrive al Black Creak three Now, sir, permit me to a.k, i ii th<* accusation I
S an .itIiVC, asFortment' flf Ready! Made! clntdin,: brought into Alanchesier maikct, and Ccl! >c.lly by d.iys as just and can it lIe in i ,
. \ t..NTto'l tt.W.ltJ.S early as -hould have donn. But supported "\llh. t.t! I
pry .II % -, Il'un" v-bi'-b liccan wair.uit to I tic ns vI.tOLLAt: common Gini. I expeciing: I 1
did
'., J jj) in'Amnd: r.i, fine t fic:lt cli>tlis is am ever TRAYED-fromil.e Livery Siable, T.dla ss-e.-, Yours, very rccncctfidv.GKOIIGK! 'my orders to ndv.mce, his wagons were 11111 commence "the execution of this important I j

'td l in ibtsi.titcm! C.IlIl11rfe.w suns oCjnmbh a \mgcliri. hH'.ay lidllSE I 'leon in llrM, li.tstw ; SENIOR.Dr. loader! and iit readiness, and in iwo hours campaign without having firtit taken: l

I .n: flai> yiuitbsn lnrc'iiiUns.iinil: : cloth cnj-j ii.tos '* white\ liiiul fcd. and n white star in I. iVirelicail, Jonc., Pear Sir- In nn-wir to vour It-qn'ry the arrival I of ihe lIr"l tfirctu il measures to -(,'ur.. nil time nrrdltil V 1
kt' ill and\ fwrjcaps < rva-iousrj\iaUiics\, fiemin "nIl! horse went away about two monilis II;". $25 rr ,pccing; my opmi m of you' Patent Cotton GH ler I express, though it supplies !I" I answer tint it is I I

I seven dollars i-ach, am-tti%: li cli area ,."ri. ty \\illbotivtnonlisdoItvcivatCapt.t : I Br.'vti's l II I, :.., I I love- t'. s ate. that I have lCOI eng'i' ed in putting hie at night I his vvhole train WM I in i motion,: I II not. and thfrharpo f .

.:. '*'n an rn/llcil/ linen, pl.un a d ein!>r"i'lenrd bofcrtitlars. hy Wm. fAlJ O.I \. up the Carver Gi..n f r pla tcrs on Kid! River, and I and! h.. j'.ined me on the evening! of tin- 8th ofjOctober. cannot he supported, as 'u prove F flY i V V

1'IerIs. s-usjHM-ilcrs: line SlIiiI1 fllllllci.I I Ttllsliaso' March 25th, 1837, :.3.. that: I h ave seen your Gin in op'ia'ioii' aril! h.ive cx- I I repotted to t ihe IJc1ri ri Irish lit lh.it I II Pie f.ict that I th'; Minerva I 0:1: tin- fir,: II.IV..r I! ..
;
tm (iai>tii" I. ntnl 1 net cotton &hirs; and dia l \crs, ,fH'AKK: NUTlCli--ALL pcrboi. aiv c.iutimd aniinud the qua.ity) ..f tin- c tton pl\lu'cd by it ; I Ie n- I her arrival: succccdcded in establishing thy i .

'11. "'!11.! buckskin an I lur >:1o'-cs, fur coll.ir fl.. H HgaiiiSt iV.u'ing: r.lr. noie giving to '1 1' Lunij'kni idi-r ,it equal il'n- superior to tl'C Carver (;iin.v : In he brought; me s.-ven days' rations for thu I depot. That; th. .steamboat !I/.ird should: have

I (. ,i < miiiMii: : bilk and,, liven hnmlkf rdliefAlso li.r; scvrn hood ri d and foi/y do l.irs piy.ible nt the adtinn: to which, I thmk your floilcrs 1 d.iJt'l improvement I whole irmy. This was according 10 1 iho report been lost be t '

flt'i ,ic r', dltl in?, jillofwbic1, lie will sell as low Union Baukof: j Fiuiida i to the 4.rlcr of Arthur .Jicnn and by the aid of whn.li. the quality of thtco made to meat t the time, but tho estimate may attributed alone! to the arrangement i .

tJr, ;:. to I li.c quality: of the i.ds] as can be bought und dated Jan 'Jlst I l, I 837 the consideration for which\ i u ton rlfl.iiiBi-d iijiC4is| mu<'h imopro. a I, over that i did not hold out, and many of the companiesreceived ofthe Government in selecting I

'j.I i i I"I \ was given tuning failed i il will not lie pud unless; co .1 piudusod uy tie, common gins. tiitval officers to navigate steamboats i in
I'f I but live day's ration; I *. With this I i
I :
'\ I I II Ii! l.-lf; 1."l\ctlly l.uv WILLIS ALSTO.VManii2ulh Yo'irs, e.HLVE'TElt. narrow channels and rivers who .1

I6'<7 :3.V5w: nE :ErT. .. supply I resolved to follow Ihe trail ofthe entny Live: I t
H.I'T.niic.; MiMurc .1 i Anti-CoMive, I'ills been instructed only in
A New O.e.lns.larch: ::0, IH.J7. mvigating; ships on
. ,' in order lo find his strong hold, in
11 M 'I.t.| lU,-(' i f tlic n'liiicii-ns uiriiii.s! | to 1'11111I I JO.N ES' P.\ i' KNT: COTTON GIN. I In od-lition to the obovu, the ".ttenlce wil icfcr profironco the ocean.: Had the Izard been navigated: ; 1.
. to (taking the muds; made by our armies If I .. ;
111111.1110115.11' lin\\ami's i.iln.il.tModi!
fl"< i I. ) Tl.i Gin 'anle made planters to following gentlcm-, who cither skilful: fiorn y.
iloulilc
. ( or nin:lc- If III Ide lhc by one long pr.ttce: : m the f
so: :il'i : .i''ib'be bits, d. tci niin> 41 l 10 coiifiilc! tin doulilc: they rcJucc labor lInJ tin ju I {
. ; it is
s.z> i.M-.t'y' 'o agi IHI.ill: lil1Vri-nt '.\ l" tf tlic C.nlltllof iOttii 4'*cr the i illJc; cj li.idcr, ;1111, noollinr cleansed,. it ; .Messrs. N. ti J. Dick '1 lion,aVnf- I SK-enriiy a:ain.i the ncressiiy nf beiu; compelled management the opinion:: .i I

i 'iTt-.f 1;; ,'in txj.rtmilane I tke gcnuint. nr'iclts! e..It' b.JIKI .- Xi.id: having Jjecn i.i tisc pciiou: > to this p.iteni; melt 4- C.,., 1 Lm.mmm, .\iYini. Co., L imiicMi: & TIIlIUp-1, to fill b.iek lor supplies i ii,) ronlin- of General Head that there woud! hive: been i
, ." ':-n.iril the niiiu-fdviMiinUy, JI.IIIIM Ihc iru.I M Pleis.mN & C Hrimann Brings & : any difficulty .
and whether single or duubi-! tncy QIC 1 lonnJ lu improve son. >rlm, j no ascending the stream. .
I inn, 'I< 1I11111llhurisl'd'I'nlhui,: ; I lie; I .i c mstructrilKjiO the fjuality\ of the rot mi, by moie perfectly.: Co. \\m. L. Flowei Bnllitl, Shiji & Co. I gfncy, I hid ordered twu steamboats al.,1 sev. i i It may I be asked why 1 did not tmke known
.MH BO-JMII: "NVw "\' >il 1., I'liii; ..d'lphilllId era! schooners to be laden with fr.ip: and .
c.e.inin-: They c ill b: n ntle 10 contain, from "JO toI6ll ORDERS Iir.CKlVED TOl! I all these facts in I
,jm'flrc, in, inokt, na siiltt lo vierc'-ontsatnl, tilhrrs (/ I my official report oftht I 19th .
I saw in a fiund and, uhulirr s nail or I.Irg. one JO N I-S' PATKNT COTTON GIN, provisions and to sail immedii'elv tip the ,
iff ,! :Me Hi.inei lo h,(1".ic/"JIlf/t/ fir j/i.V! again.jiqi.a'Htt'cs hand \ 1111 I c buHicicm: to niienil them: .1 lie Giim S t. John's river .md romi lo ati'-hor Lake of October. I answer, that many. of them .
I.1 a pi rnictouv arl i11' i in imitation of V have mech.inir.il fCl'd",1I l and; Ii-]I. ri8 .\acht.d to Hy thc Patcnlef, No. 53 Mogiizino; Street, I m had not then transpired: ; others were tlu-n
Mixture, have'icon' manufactured by LitS. New Orlt-ans. George, th.'R to nwail a signal Ii urn mis to ;
rnuti' them, wlii Ii rec the cnlton Iron. leivL-. trt li, dmc. unknown to me. But; had they .ailllf'en .
CoT.st..ck &. Co ol t New Y...k, and *tnt la tht <$- before it can reacn ihe s.i H, an.I. by ilic in roi'gli To BE MANUFACIURKU IN NEW YORK irlvanro to Volo
, ikfm sa/.. Tlic unioc of flmrlimJinstcadofUrw-' hacKlin operation it receive from ih : t.e.I l rs, winch IJv HuBtriT HOE & Co. Th-.se ordeis were promptly executed.! -The on day, they could not have .

S is on i' c tnHl.li fir the IIIII:8 LiUli. The genuinerVfli make t.\ 0 | ev.lli:i"n. to o..e ..1 tilt s.iv\, il v alio.ikl vessels ns'-end :.od: took their station saved me. as the President was pleased to 4
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: v I I. tit-l "r tlie In1o! ii I': p'-rpnn, .'" nie in a 11.lrblll.I! l 't i.' 1)f: '": il .1.! >-'CiiJs lo t.. : .. .- where ..insure, and supersede me in roiimmd; of I 'I
I remained "
until
*tt1; .f/r; ,i/A in iln,i partol I Klomla, amiK. Gp."I'ia \ By u jry billl!"e lira" 'II,-:,', :I \11.1! ...r .* I M..ICI: set SCALE OF PUIl'ES.OUnLr.jI they thpy were order ..' il i>" army. on rumor, without ;
;. ... General As'-nt 1'.IIu\.C: ( and I oF"rlDIIII! L GillllfS'ls\wlc.r by an expre.s-j-boat lo return (In Ulack Cre. t. waiting: ) for mv. I .t V
I II' lift! Jr." .r. : j of<:raii'f, 'William, Ker, t; C'"., 1'l.'iin.svlk: j I I wh ch tin- leci! ol ihiI.I I.d.'I ,I".'' i ii Lie. r-Ui bo 11:31'f : '-. u.. r om icae i .ylindrr, iiMkins I ICU ,.iW Iii the s'no.1, Tliw army msirched; 'm the vrning of the 9i.fr :: I report. Having answered fully as I I: I 1

J 'nirs ( F.C.'Icf% <(tHinl'\, f to ivcd .u II' ..1' I In-t to suit ill: 0'1.." II IIf..e COL.onj //1\ i; I 1 l'derN 'a.m aiI,, \r. \. S i |tIer -1"1' S'JuO.OU' in I'ort I)ra ne. The trail of 'ha, rnrir.y llIf't'ith..! fir.t ground{ of complaint: ..le'! edagainst I'' .;

!"':aiT, L1..I.:1. .\1:11))01. j the time. i .111:1 I..1 I Ic \:01: ':. IIU-MSV, .ire 1.loredOil I t'.r. ..I"I< (>l1) "a x" "" II "yltn 'a r, or l Itll< :, Ic.III" to I Iii-J, strong! hold in the COVe of the ; n.e, proceed to the second charge.." I ..

'1'11"111:1" A xanili-r: IIi k't"\vn, two sc.sol i <') niiotib ; LI.E un, < iicn fJni ill"pp"i.e '...11III tho s ud. '*<. d- rii at iO p.'rs. wor, 72U., ') Tint"after( appio.iching

Pariii'. \\ ,lUi.ims, i.C i.. .Monticello, dncctiniis, i.nd lr.11'cI".I! .ed I i-y ...t -Mis I otbrushes F-r.l... ..f4Ds.iwoiidu. oreOa.vsm' a MIIItI.l I \Viihl.iro.irheiVe arrived at this point on with so near the enemy .

J. It. ('.,r.!' IIII'r. \4i.. irw.ky.tI \ ilia', have lo.ir rv luti, Os I...o.<. o tli ..i>. ". Sli',., jM-r -. *v.ir. 5uOC'0l'o. ''the niomi"tr of the 1 :3th. Th.it clay was so large a force-, nnd finding him

lait'l K''! !E. Harmril,' jr. l ro. will be tin all the *1 he t\0 (} lindi rs (:111 be d ta\.I.'o NO .. I..I.. i.c
>" "'iij, I liy i he iibme agents.Wliluiwee pi: a.i. to run, (tiC .,boil nt $ e. :11 i.i :.i >' >.. U p'ruv.. or l1J1IO .h"tild have re'in.-d. without a un.ariserious .' 1
1h.I' Thi' morni 'h" 1 I ih"armv I
next Illh. t tI
July 7lb. IH".7. 48tf braced \ih ".'clleIS. &c in 01. I luWicn ..stu -IN' l.'l: (jlNS -Fllr.I.i'l! ;'! Gii.; of0> sa\\ 01 : ;i iillrmpt l III -ro-s the liver a:, dive him li'lItI\ :

it Iut in OiIV r. >n liii .1 id.uni .111.1 i bit: !I. 1 n t.i Ithis. 1 in- A )1'1' .:iri I ..1 .<.. alP*, bind-, .\ c. al 3tI |I' r I hating; b---- thou te II' .* r'tmn-1 !I"> I hi-- ; i .i .
riQJJ .1i1 Il 9jJ position. II ansvv 'r to tiiis
.' ry gm, .'". I Idpr .p. 1.11 l 1 h i-. .< .1., .1 4-0.OUi <"h-I"'I| l "'11. it \l."i." e ll;"l',,s:: r :in in irr.h It) rLirge! : I s'ty j ,

t..I' !t. inuInM ;..CI ntyci'ully inuirins tl-e planiI'Leiut 1 I watci l"IICI'. ,11.1): 1I" ,.' 1.r.i-i.. eJ'j I., -'. -1... i"nJ a !>, vvuli I- c dors, N.C. at! &G..iU ;>ii :j J one of I ih* depot' f..r ri b'-f.t I ;ooti.'i 'he t-ov** !I ntiil will mtintain, with (faet; ., I hat tiio: passagej V

') r.nil ai j i-< C"UnllthH: Inhas nui.lc i I I gear'l'i v foicc 1"u.r"1, ) tJ .knik ii i. .iL,.,., i.e a..-, 3' u.O"t. I j of llie rivrr with (the meanI possessed and
ifipcmtej' DAVID C. If'u.toM his 1.1 till ncy '0 sell . ... wiih fccdeis -". atf.,73 r MW300.UO of t |i.VnliI| i -o'i li.-r so IOM-'I' I"'V'I d-ivt-ii i :
pI
1 5.iBc n;> tluit c, s.tr1. ni >V'c11 < jti il nu .h r ilo ; |II) IWtl, : \\ ith-n t ill'- lime m which!
our:
IJ'iV Csii'on < UL'I 1VA 1 1UUS. be 1 rh. liver ibati I I supplies required
latent' l -d. aijil
., taw III tiie 4i.iii.O.I g II. I illtiin I I."!" I On ut in "XI" i-ons> ( -" J J
'. Jliiily! : i'''Ileillhe P.a.ii.-is; to (flU ii n.h ('xu"'II"1 I,I operati' ..tim ..I\ r-.: i. lonwixn ilnei'viki.iin f. rc'n!' of 2j sate, 5 i, wiili lecdcrb &r. al $7.5U per j so much fnnh-r fr"1 Volo-i tint I ii'""ii** I Ij fi I il tbe don'-J w.is a raii.jniil I imposs.bilitv.'andj I V

fiLe ntelvcs.: C. F. l LAUAUO'// ;i tucci-s>' tesJtd 4.1 .,!:.! prisi'iifc 111 I la'rj:< nu 1.11:1 .' vi w. \ jUUUI'x il isiipos-ible, I fi.r the ...rlJlwl'h.t dir'II. j ronld not fri ye beeM ;aeenrj I.ri.he.f;; bv General I
LI..U ase,', Icc CO, I JiSG 2I-if: !I i I 11 reliantan.l .'thirs, anj rcccl'"d ::r ; r' -M-tli a>-ie .1.. r .1!, l far f-ed. rs.I.'p\c.1\ I nl 4'cc.i's.ai j : gient Jad; sIlIm..rt liiifiat/ was .j
il.lI.f..1 .I fully ascer
I, tl.einni.il, : tim ben .il'Oui quit s aih j tre.-jj, to rearh: ilu hitti-r t jil.i.-| ". as II .vonM! ''- r :
; ro ti. f tained tIe ti and bus '
-J.\ in
Nt7r si; ue, been
II.U Its r teIUoIIPj'a""IJtll. J rther con- .
: | }have been so kll us to give ihepatii.tci ,<; nu.ni.erof ".\WI.t .i ol 'rtd.-. :>, it IS con"ileiel qutre si niarrh or .ix:' or si-ven .Iays. I"railed ; ,
ICO.M.MITTr.1) to MM Jail nf J.-fTiT 'I r .. iiti ol b.\IIo.- i finned, to Ihe satisfaction of lie! hole I 1 J .
co :111\> Dii tt.ir: '\tCI; : vI| 111. I i it'S4.ciing| lie nu rib hu.ViT, ill .\t U 01. O t..i".C ; :a nun', il of war to Illh'i., wiiji inj! officfis! I army, 4 ,
I'ji.' '. ou llu IS.hlll'i !. 'VV-- i'I i.jiiitve .l.ifr; 'j, viz: ; nl the A number of ullicib c l .td.'cd! but Ex/rt siws.biipiie-l| at L ::11' acli.: on our I. to t the I (:UVL.. 110
.ul.llc I and after
\ f.M.i. hearing .
I ; ; views
they wen
my adojii -
ts-grii t11:111h.. .i FaV' .,hi.. iiini: i... UOB uitl "a.V"I. i'ulo'.I Ijwiti! : iinilccmcd hUtiicifii. : .I he Gi'slnlere.1 will be d.-ii ;' red to the 3; nts of i I I may not speak ofmysfjf, or my own desire V.i
: ted and it almost l t'etermi- .
loet""Io tn ( em !i I. \\ itd I t.t I...a: ci iiniy" 'I' l"n m lug Exce I Uncy (joveinor White nILuii.inI. pan: er- in an ) of Ih. ea port h)'. n. of htf cotion vas unanimously; to cross and give battle to ih'- '

:1 )''rn ".:111 tvlm s.ivs; ln ii.i flH.* i i'I li"I *- t \c\Orii 111, l-'eb 27, i -JJ7.I la.. uijr > at. s. atihe Lu. e pri es, the agesis' pL; 11/; fi'.! thai we should march to the d"pot ordeird I enemy.- I .f. : j

;I 1I iid I 111..1 Jie la-lonrrs lo Gfnrj' Hro\vti .if r A. Jones : Sir- .ii reply in your mqntr) ,liii ih.. Ii igii a n the same l liom ew )'un., .'. d i.ecoui1 l rll be established on the \Vjthlacoochee.We : But I can: assure time Piesident that the brave r. ;

..mIlWr, county 2i1 luis i -ii>iii. Tlie ivMirts are u : I tli nk ot'your inipran\.1% C.rton: (, iii, I hive to s.iy, 14 retpuiiiihlef-n ire amoun I.h. V -in. for accordingly took up the: line of march : Tnnnesseeans, headed by their gallant leader, :.
I 1 M u rd J.th nibi. ndi It Mrjble.. vvii.ii plnii rs give orders! gins, : at ,
l flll'lSlclll.. ptovtprojH.Tlv pay rharifi'S uiul take Ih1 \.rk.,:ati iy tie a. is hthei vi. ws 1.1 re- for that pi u-e. were impatient every moment's delay: in i.V
KWlS'GTO'N vcr: ) much pleased! witli, im i l lio. me they snou.d ac m pa y them V. i the and
.11I.11S \V II A Jail-.r. perioniunce. pursuing ; have
enemy Ihltthf'.r:
fact of its stlf b. he eruclat 4 f"S, blasts, brnshe-, Major Goff, flf 'he Tennessee brigade, never -
ftedinj, t-ei-ms: to ;II. lu : a very v.dn- jjaid o an a.. was I I
JAil. 21: 1S37. : 1 t.juIKY. ue..le at barrier
est stopped however
able\ unpreniLiii ; and bcaiJ.-s, tlic q.II1.' of ilir: et:. 1. is Jountl hey I'lfler in upiulOn.ome sent with two hundred men in advance, to ;t.trtaiti :- any formidable t. tI

it.a. PILGRIM I cotton, a. it comck.iui (I the pfocet*, app-aii-d t-i me s of larfre diame er than oth rs. wish 1 II. must ihc-n common I I'Jm the situation of the depot; ifhc should | which could be overcome by hardy en.. t oJ, V
to be be Letter and cleat er th.t I rum the eoiiniu u I size js y or 0 inches; bu MUJW j terprise.. When we arrived at the river t ;
Gins in use, "lid U bavn cln.idcf.lt'IY in lubor.Ue'pe.tfuily hes. So ne w.>)h .a.vs w Ih 8 or1!1 r. h to the not find il; to firo signal guns, with his whole on f t ti .
IEItCHAN'I' 'I'AY LOll I the morning of the 13th Genernl
10 ii I With so much command until he received I Armstrong
%c. E U 'VuITf. nob, wlineothefs.ant' 01 a response from I
&irg ]lUll: ntuined from NLW York lidS taken tlioif From Mr- JCompton, I wculdiy plainer, rtkiociii i discrepancy! we prl'lcr1h.y should, at the time of General Head. He advanced to Graham's and ni) self entered the swamp wiih tho spies f' V

Mi: where he il lion- .t eiici-.1 op nitig (: Dr. Jmifi : ;)< ar Snrl have exaim.it d your Patent the inanulaciinerscan j to believe the stream was fbfdableand that J. I
( mt
l.usmriN sunulJ. tI.e 8"a5Olhieh will I it npi-iatiiin, and hiplil) that t hi make them on th.-* most modc/ii! nd approved ptati.I the signal guns were fired on the evening I passage be fjrccd in the presence and .
'ld the alpr"etl"tso \ cxicuied Irma: : !lIc time i ii, is r ceived under the fire of the Under I
on <>>>t accomMiodatm ttrmfHi t.tli n the libcay of fr my pi.inuiiH'n! n I An order can be proceeding$ and on that morning without cnem j' this belief ;,
: b.IIIIon! hand, a t.plcIIII'd.rlll. nt of uf6oe lime f'-r lhc, ncjct ciop. in I ih space cigla. urn ne eek!, and Ihe gui in receiving I we resolved to make the attempt. The

lo'lis, Ca .iiiicres ai''i" Venin, recently iinhirh J. CO.MPTON that inn placed in ''he hand* of the fai-tor. To l.e III n reply. Despairing of finding a df- mistake : '

't.r.eJ, \\ lie will si-il by tin yaid ftr piece and'ICI'Cln From Mr. Yourslll'c1iuly, ( and, eminent' tune 'lorth; next crop. .11 orde sought to hi- in the pot, or of hearing from Gen. Head, the I spins throiigh had pn ceded ihc i q ;

'' l hc made up fur tloc"ho wiUi, lit the Cot to t. Bri
&oneu notice, an'l in th,. moL fashionable style. I j New Orkam, Feb X8, 1837. M iv ; except for p an a ions here they arlite 1 in ofthe I river and having no boat t to descend by ; the evening Iwfo C. A IJ.ltVa! ord.-rcd tu V .j V

.Intending in make Tallahtissce his nt re si Sir I commencing to pick or gin olton. the guides limu to advance
pennant Dr, Joins, Dear -Ju ans> ct t.1 your note01' give to th* fionf: .
.:n e. he lopes by pcrseitrins apjilicutionpationaga. Iv buitisst duf 411iinng, I .will 't.ll', thai 1 have car-uly| exam N. B. Tlte pam r.Rln.for any of the co''ton grow. water, he determined. retire, and --cut an I and lake the trail lo the ford. I h::lfe.i: rnysclij I .
it I \lhllre ,Ipublir I incd vonr Pa-enl Cotton Gin, and IIMVC lound) i:: jug s'aies. 111 be sold ou reasonable terms. express to meet and inform me of (he resultot I p r'

-UVhlbILee. clcl 2'th HUG 12 ifI far superior leI to those gent-rally use.I in this Suite ; ii L A prill37: 3jwxulxcrilicr _ _ his examination. On the ICtli the express I j jn.j...\V of the river which was so wide, from .
) its overflowing the b inks that I took it be '
NU"'IC ._& lie kUiClijci have M hund a Urge clans he c.-tou: mu h beltur, and gives ii a mnci NOTl( E. met me about noon, ten or I twelve I miles from to !
MelUcWcted I bi tier dJapCar.IUC". 1 hope 1..1. the glOf the country I one of those l lakes so frequently found in the V I .
stock GOODS whi.-h. the point designated for Hits The
depot.
they I withdrawn lIiq army
ner low fur cash 11 may become duly I appreciated. liavmir,: : nnmns of this conntrv. General
.
1-'IlE : swamps Armstrong
coantry produce, or np| rt HUTCHING I Yurl. tinccftly, LONGER' l the late firm of l Swiiiin, Loyd ; advanced with I the guides to the head of ..thoI IL
P. S. 'Ve arc From Messrs. Foresudl, 11mb I & Co. CUUmililll I ivi'l ntlend i.i a commission business, ami! the receiving not been heaul from since I tho 29th of September I ''V
daily ';"I"*""" large su Il'lyC.1 spies and approached the ford.I
GROCEIUI oat,: D.l& 11 I l1cl.hlls. and forwarding ol'colnui and inercli.indizc. ; ; the provisinns of I the army were almost I supposed .- .
l&37))
-- Dr. Jones, Dear I ,' examined the sample I The guides enlered the ri.cr.laj Laud-
"llw friends Iud tie public eneraliy are entirely exhausted relief must l he had ir .
READY.1j) CLOTHING.ived of cotton Icli with lI, cleaned by yuus 'ad I ntCcUoiiGm assured that bis undivided, alteiitiun I will be :given ; r crdaJea gallant and. vrlerau Koldier, \HI. cjoso .
flWE I and also t.o! Its uncleanm! sis soon as praclie.ible, or extreme uieiinj!
have: tee a upply of clothing:, confinl cotton il ami he ca hue>t but flatter liimsc!! I Ilia l Ic wi I behind them. Geneuil Armstrong, ihan whom
and, the tu ilmc the inevitable The
greaily noi (
state -ami: was
Lflscrtmeit 8Uj cons'-qtu-nce. army V j
ollIJ'h cojrs2auJ fine, which we pronounce entire satisfaction to t1 ase wt\ a l-rnvcr man never lived th first
he able w
l In I s
| teflat| amalJad-nceon|| cost. I ID average sampli.which have come undci our observation give could n->t reach (,rimIiurri'; omipon tin* \Vnhlacooehee : ? person I ; i V
ciilrutil their business, M his uJterlioi -idvnnce: and at the u tor's the
this ;
G H or pr.ccdiiiote.tsians.Vc.ry : may edgo ; two I V
4- T E INDENBERGER HUBERT: LLOYD. that night. I I''s o ndvaneed further t
e tlbucr 23. 183G 20 rtbptcUully, jour ob'i ser'ts front horses wen? already swimming, when

--- -- ----- _ FOR'. ALL, cUGll 4. C.). St. Marks; Jln.17, 1837. and t two more days witho-ii t finditt'' relief the Indians poured in a heavy volley! from the

A CAltD.JUSTINIAN New Orleans March) I 1337. -- .- the conse.quei ce.s mnt tin VI' brni f.ii.il.

From Col. Harris Smith Evans, a planter of \VilcamxCounty : "CENTRAL, HANK OK FLOUIDA.TALLAHASSEE In Jhis Irving situation yoinethmg must be opposite side of this river Our advance retired ,I V jt

F. DAVIS ; signed also by Dr. Oavid J. Mi-mii, a I March I, 1ST7. done, and done quickly. Afiei u fi-vv moment's fortunately, without anv loss or injury. .
Planter Green County, and Mr. ff.n.X Clifton,I 5 -STOCKIIOLDERS are notified hat .n :: slal- !; The lire was returned wuii great spirit by the

COM.MISSIO.h'llUH.lJNT. I planter ol Dallas, County I nl. of Alabama.JJr. ment of two dollars per shaie is requi.edio be paid consultation; with General; Arm-truii 81'1l'S. General Armstrong i it-joined: 1':, and ;

ft.> 60 WATER Jones, Dear Sir-In reply 10 your 'inqumry concerning ., on the 1st day of May next at their banking house in and Major Pierce, I resolved lo march lo Ft. a
ST. New YonK.s the river bo
tilt ,, reported to at least 200 yards wide
\ ersbj 'I your new P Unt Cotu n Gin,, we deem it ni I I Tallahassee Diane where it was certain we could beef \
gel
,
.
Ge Ia servicei to the merchants of Alabtma, less A pleasure than a duty to say Y to you, emphatically of the board of flirc'ors' swimming, fiom bank to bank n .-.h driftwood I
and Florida BZtmrder for Ihe and for th, burses. :
in : eane ;
\ tC) purchase of Goods army sugar
*rand I that we consider it a moil decided and valuable V Old L. A. 1'HOolSON, cash passing rapidity down the current. :I immtv
aier.-hand.se. lu the purchasing and In lliis wt* were not d'S.ippointed.Ve; V..
tr' improvement. We have examined: and i ;.
carefully
1 it
1 ordered all the I
<
5 T whole' siocks of tliately horsemen to .
kill goods, or in assorting pee,, it U MicccsBl'ul operation, and, we feel no hesitancy : ; Received on Coiij nn>eni and for sale reached Kl. Drano the nii ht of the 17ti'! ; nn rctirq .

tg of-oods iiavingha.llongexperi.nce fur Alabama Georgia and m the V.Jt purchas- ii: iccommending ino the Itenti.J of planters JUST fir ca:liilic following articles.. : express vvus sent to Ill.uk C.rerk to forward from iho swamp, satisfied with tint.impracticability
I. ida he
swimming iho tho
150 bids. B-caH. stream in
geuerully. Nivy > .
blm"elfllat! any orders entrusted to him will I. !ie which met tin with great Despatch prcsenceof ; .
army
'riih ,' Most respectfully you.rs, &c. 86 Fui kin> N-'riliem Iluttcr. hiip(( the enemy. After reaching thc g.'ount;
open
the
of those
Oil part who may a- SMITH EVANS, 20 bbls. mt-ssprik, (Now Yoik Inspection) and relieved its tICCeS41t1e5. 1 trust 1
\te1tI with their bu iness.'II : in the rear. Major Gordon most gallantly volunteered I
o Messr. DAVID V1KANS, JO I q'uarti-r.C'asUssweit mulaga wine, havo abundantly shown thai, from the state of t "
te Uakf.rd & Whitcomb. and Bald- to lead his battalion on t foot( to .
RtWkj5 WILLIAM C. j hhds.) Ne.w Orleans Su ar, giv
CKll''ON.New the 29th of
Nem York.-Wm. Maner TallaCri preparation, as early ns September -
Oilcans March 7 1637. 50 -bbls. Flour n further limitation to the river, and to enrgagu .
> Fb01-\\ G .,
; m. : Porter Ihe depot
Flo 1 hud
Ap.ilachicola rt.thHlulu CXllf'ctthllt
I P. S. As confluence in P.oxes Uaifnns every
( Dafln St. Jo a further of my I 10 the He wps ntiti.ljbet Ki do L
testimony enemy. .
phs. Flo.-Wm. A McB>
Irtinl Ia.-Preslon MMt the uccevit of your Gin, you will please order two I 20 bIds N. E. Rum, V'tMBiOE ordered II) !h. established nl Graham'scnmp. ; I L ..
k Nelms Co1umus Geo. and ho nnd his command -idvanced wifl. \
Co \her29, IA3j I double Oins of fe'j saws in 1 stand el I. for my plantation CRANE. on the \\ it lhh": 'ii.i., wonM tin com- :IJ j
12-ly'r and, liVANS St. Marl 1st 1837. t.v. :'it rent intrepidity to the taint: ; -.t I lt". .'.e."t't!
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J, : I when they received the firo of the enemy* I I Withlacoochie, merely avoiding its swamps, tcresled in hti behalf. It i is of great consequence Rend for leaving you, although Read was a f -- ..
1 C ) which Was instantly returned, nnd continued :I which were impassable. I had, ns I have therefore, that the candidate to whomour Brigadier General, and not necessarily, con-. TAXES TAXES II! 1 .

until they wcio ordered to retire, having silenced I I, shown, a tight confidently lo believe I should vote is given, should be elcctrd. nected thou stall / L:" persons who have not pain{ their T

1 the yells, nnd nearly the firing of the ene- find supplies in a march of thirty five or forty Now, of the Three Candidnts before the We will again return 10'(be editorial article, I of/*May 18&next;, are, or r I.shall:required! proceed pay to them'Yell by the'let! \aJ\

I my. As stated in my official report, the pal- I miles: I expected to cross one-half of the People, whose prospect is the fairest? I answer and prove moat conclusively, that your object I i-rfy the same. !Alt'L.proper II. DTJ VAI*,C:'
( lent Mnjor\I (Gordon nnd three of his brave fol- army in boats at thai point, and in a few rays I unhesitatingly' that of Col. Wyatt. He was more .o wound General Itead than to Tu Ctttet( .
i mnrch up on both sides, nnd attack the ene-i I I is decidedly the candidate of the Territory. heal Governor Call. You have denied in n Tallahassee?p rit 15tb, (1836.SIX .

report my. The idea of a "retrograde" movement I While the other two possess a local' populari.! tangible form, but n solitary charge :against; his weeks Her date, application wilt be; -

:. '>.' ::; ) firmed the opinion I had at first formed, that had never been conceived by mo or any officer ty and have active friends in particular sections Excellency, to wit : that he hod "restricted the H.n. the Judge of (lie county llll e

'. ; the passage of the river on horseback was im- of my command. I thought it hest march ,-the popularity of the Colonel pervades General Read's head quarters |to Tallahassee," far the county Jefferson' for lellen (>f admumq,

; "... possible. The next mode of crossing wad this short distance on tho line of the enemYs' the Territory; in East Florida he will divide while you have speculated! largely in inuendos, ration on the estate of Paul D. Mnlherbr: -

t by the construction! of rafts This WitS pro. barrier to point where the pressing necessities the votes with Downing; in Middle' Florida against General' Read In instantiation; of April Sth, 1937-356 FARQUHAft vvNOTICE. .fAC1 '

w ,.t posed. I have previously said that I marched of the army could be supplied, where a with Read and in t some of the friestern this charge we will however produce his Ex- ..
t ; from Suwanec Old '1 own with no other transportation portion of it might be crossed over the river Counties ho will double them both. His success cellency's order as soon as possible after -

! J ;= t. than pack horses; hence we brought with its baggage without difficulty, nnd from therefore, may be looked! upon as a very General Read's return to Tallahassee. You I hive since the first day of January last rattled

! i iz s with IH no other tools than a few axes. I whence the whole force could arrive at the probable: event; and the general support of say, speaking of his Excellency, a. as a c.iti- elf until:permanently can bring in nil Talhihassce of unsealed, where i 8bann.t! :.

,' .. called on Major Pierce, who informed me that cove in five days, attack and route the enemy.I the citizens of Apalachicola would render it zen, ho has a right to vote as he may think close, at which olace those my who are indebted$ J? *
co.
. 1 he had no others than those required by the deemed this mere judicious than to exhaust t ccrtnin. proper, and we think it not improbable whom I am indebted, will call to src me. 'a to

" pioncci s. \Vo had not expected to meet such the last remnant of our supplies in n fruitless But it has been thought by some that the thai he will vote for Col. Downing.Not ."- Those who hare bu.'inesi; with me can find m

1 1 a barrier, nnd was therefore unprepared to effort to cross the river, which, in our situation Colonel i is a St. Joseph man. This is allorethei that we have heard him say so-not that Browns JcfFer&on Hotel.Counties The will Sheri be s ot Gadsden, Leonit
pleased t'} cat: for -I
I i 1 overcome it. To construct rafts to land n was believed to be impossible. Yet this : a mistake. I believe he owns a lot in his confidential friends" have told us so-and taxes may he now due upon the Iindj: hclj i
i'i 4 Riiflicicnt; number of men to meet n formidable charge of making retrograde movements his St. Joseph; and could the St. Joseph Company uot that we have heard every body say so,- Ily hy I. Annistead and upon the Kinds e :;
\ body of Indians would have been the been made by the Department of War, sustained have obtained from bim any pledge or but from his perfect knowledge of all the by the estate of John C .\rmi>tcn
.",: work 01! some time, with the best preparation.! by the high authority of tho President promise to favor their views in Congress, he candidates." Now sir, if this is not intended 1517 MAP.CUS 3l-3w;: A AAlach ;'tITt.\: ) !

t With us it could not be accomplished before( of the United States, and constitutes! the first might perhaps have been their candidate. But as a "' stab under the fifth rib," we confess --

f\ the last ounce of provisions in our ramp would sentence in the older to General' Jesup, by all overtures of this sort he indignantly rejected that we are ignorant of the meaning of the NlQ lgFJ -

t t have been consumed. Besides there were no whih I nm superseded. All this is done on and so far from being supported by the most simple word in the English language, or ALL deceased Prrsona; late indebted of Gads-to Ien the estate, of wi Robert ii! Pop1!"f'

:J11't suitable materials to be found in the neighbor "rumor," and before a "definite judgment has St. Joseph monopoly, they are doing all theycan the common impulse upon the human heal ; ment to the undersigned-:and county all person make La n/.
\ I hood for the construction of rafts. The pitch been formed" ef my conduct. I believe the against him. Mr. Downing is, I believe and the friends of General Read would far claims will pre-ant than dulyulhcntl"Iltd -it/; /!"'

l lt J pine it is well known, will sink almost as soon explanation I Iwvo given, nnd the proofs I am the St. Joseph candidate, nnd his: well known, rather you ,would come out openly and boldly the. time prescribed! by law. Win. FOUBEs:: 'A.W.7pril fIIr I'
I 1 1837.>! 34 Rw
:, ( .. :f.. ns lead ; and tho hard heavy wood of the prepared to offer, will not only acquit but justify subsenieney to Ben. Chairs, and others interest against him. It is from the wolf in sheep's( -

.. t.1 swamp; except when it is found dead and dry, me in the opinions of all unprejudiced t'tlln'iliat overbearing monopoly' formsone clothing that we apprehend real' danger.: The SP,\NISH SADDLES, ---

1. l'Jf J is but little moro favorable. men; but the judge who condemns the prisoner of the greatest objections I have to him. serpent in producing the moral destruction of I FULL QUILTED SADDLES, / A] R.ICAN .

t {' I had mote than one occasion in the on "rumor" unproved, and! causes him to We have all seen with what entire contempt our first parents, did not attack them as an SADDLES, fNGLIH do. LADIES

\ .. I j South to rnnke the experiment and know that be executed before a "definitive" judgment i is justice they have controlled the proceedings open enemy, but under the guise of a friendly Geiitlrmon aid: Ladies bridles and fo

r ( t' it will net succeed. But admitting, for the formed of his guilt will seldom admit, on any of our Legislative Council.; What then Counsellor. Knowing the patronage you enjoy ill descriptions, gnnd. ndirg whirs, nmningata./c.irnage lw.j .
i } sake of argument that a sufficient number of testimony however conclusive, that the un- would form our shield against injustice and from the numerous friends of General j ness: omit devriptions, wagon 'hnriuss, horse collet)

4\ I' rafts of the best materials could have been happy man died innocent. oppression, were they to succeed in placingone Read it was confidently believed that you of and all will IJf-rrrptloI1S: be fir sibs, 4 VThe stock is daily expt-;: '
con-truet 'd in hour to the whole That I did would least have remained silent in I l.y Cornelias Jnntz.
1 one cross not meet with supplies on the ol their creatures in Congress, to sanre at thiscontrnversy He f wilt :aljo rcpnihnintss and tiitn
Cai'rilgt
I ', army at a single' : trip could its passage have Withlacoochie, according to my expectations, Linn all their procCf'ding')7CuI. : and that you would not convertan r the s-horlest notir't.Country ; t:
i 1. t I been clUcted/ in the presence: of the enemy I have: nnd still consider one of the greatest Wyatt I believe to be an intelligent, engine thus sustained, into an instrumentof I Mfsrrh.mts ,wiJ.iii tnpurcbamcSaddlar:
: without f A raft mi-fort'ines which who would be insidious detraction can be !suppln!. :'! at ('.IC s.t.>test Jtlce. "*
I 11 I great slaughter could not could have befallen me, just and upright man; and one against their friend and
for; rash
C:
I i have been carried over in less than ten or fifteen and has been a source of the deepest mortifi- likely to serve IM efficiently and eflectually, favorite. You have volunteered your servicesto : April ci:rst II'; 1337 31-tf- C j

l minutes, during hich time the men cation. in all things consistent with justice anti the defend his Excellency, and seized the opportunity -
: f t would hsive! been (exposed to the deadly aim of But it was from no fault of mine, for I had rights of others, whether we voted for him or to hl.i7.pn abroad, as far as your pa. ti- IX months fur d.i.e! : I sta:11: | regent: niyircoun'i:

: j t: n concealed enemy. It may be said that the prepared all the necessary means to ensure not. Nor do [ believe ho could be bought per has circulation the great secret, tho con L Harris ond Duinejr vouchers: lite a of* a Leon Iministinror Caaty op and: tie!apply estate! nf

.t rafts might; have been built, and the men success and but for the circumstances which with our vote, or otherwise, to pledge himselffor tents of which every body must have known discharge: ,.\. 1UEL TdYLOI f'ra;
f. l'\\ crossed over at some other point than that occupied I have mentioned, which could not be nntici- more than this. And this is all lint we without your agency, namely ; that when Much25, I isnr :{. .6"!

'; \ 4 "r by the enemy." But the falling of the paled by any one, the depot would have been can a&k.-But can we expect even this, from General Read carne a stranger: to the then t, Laud I COlii -
10 trees and the sound of the axes, in procuring \ established before the 5th of October. When one entirely subservient to the St. Joseph J wilds of Florida, he had no friends at Talla Apalacliicola l)atiy.
v r. materials to the raft \\nnlr! howf> I failed in ? Had Col. \Vyalt instead of Gen. hassee. And sir, how hAd The title! :o tlio l.intls hcliv.ij'itinj: tins Cum;;:ary J Jiu be
,, construct soon attract vpr. all these well grounded monopoly pray many you \ ; hcclt l fillv! an t 1 tin.illy onfinin. .I hy the/ SIII"-'"
f:. : tho attention of \'I"lalll; enemy, and he expectations, what was next to be d ne?- Head and Mr.: Downing (been in the Legislative when you first:: reached this Metropolis T We i Curt (.f the United Smtc1, the Inr.J- ore no nv dfftfj
I l would be prepared to meet you wherever you Should the army perish in the wilderness, or Council, we doubt much if the bill for hope his Excellency did not authorise this l lorsale. Thry extrw! from the Hr. ;Marls u tie

t t might :attempt to cross, unless! you went to t should it march in pursuit of food? I preferred removing the County site from Apalachicolato publication. Hut how long did General Read I embrace Ap:>l.,--!hicf.I.lticr upwatdj. of< one IJ :he n.ilh fHII.orr! i>. l'H. i.f hnn-JrciI FIr>riJatMj

i t :some: distant place. I assure you sir, that the j I tho I litter, and it was done. St. Joseph, would have passed without a remain without friends, and why was Governor j j 'sand ae-es, .\11I.' c.t.\ill some of tie: first cntou fyI thnv
t '. passage of this Liver nt any point is exceedingly I J The several complaints which you have protest. I think these two gentlemen should Call his friend ? The answer is obvioti t I i in the southern county* up)!i these! In I t U is Mv prtiluocii -
+ t ; difficult, nnd almost impassible without I mentioned against me, when taken collectivelyamount explain their vote on this question, before The same cause which have drawn around l'ic Florida! uh.uco: already Mvuina'Iy know
hoa: I that the President to the of call for her him his thousands at the present day, attracted in the a'.I.\D i i-: m.T: :'ets, thy are also: sunptiok: if
1 1 I ; !: am nwaic is of chargo haingmade: a letrogrado they upon Apalachicola supportS ihe richest (proJu ts of liulttn ....m. r'-rsu.traujq
\J, opinion that if we had passed! into the cove, I movement before the enemy. This E EX. the notice of tho penetrating Governor.He .- general I every article I of j,;-o\si I''ii. Tory also a*
\ we should have found an abundance of-corn ; : charge will be repelled by the united voice of saw something" ;premising! and dignified! in lain sivera.lucaiiom! of water' (power Ir n iiI jitu,

.. v hut ir this ho is entirely mistaken. I examined the whole army which I have the honor to To the Editor of the Floridian. the youthful and enterprising stranger, and I,, a-id very many advantage'us .\! for smear

t 11 r the cove in ;person, and am well convtne.- 1 command, and I am prepared to meet it in SIR, In your paper of the 1st instant, you knowing that he was of respectable parentagein ,finest iw mill fnesi()I.of livers prch: and pine creeks, n hue in a.i.l il.i,,..t nt.d-t;oar: of Jin.((Li

cd that there could Mt have been fire bushrls .t! such a manner as will satisfy my friends and hive undet the pretence of defending Governor Tennessee, early sought his friendship, and per, Cypress, \c. On the Kind and particularly K!
t : of corn raised in it, nor was!! there any appearance country of the injustice which has been done Call against certain charges, &c. evidently has long enjoyed his confidence and assist- St. t inctnts I Isl.ind which Ijoi.nJs 1 the Aj..i.irlii.|
:. ''i of corn having! !been brought to it me. sought an opportunity to strike an insidious ance ; and for the honor of his reputation we U.iyare many thousand: of the tint.t and lare)tliH
l \ : ; which ; The apprehensions of the President for tho ; of Gencial that olher counsel, however Oak trees in the United :;:1tcS. TIc Proprietors "tin
t { from any other place, cotroheiatcs the i 1 blow at the growing popularity regret concerted. nil united and corn"c'ct I the tvhoJe to tint
't., } ; 'p-i: statement of all!I the prisoners that they made .''safety of the frontier, supposed\ have been I Hc ed. In your defence of the Governor, it artful and subtle, should have alienated him i Trustees, Louis !McLane, Joseph, property AI.V bite, MCharlei
( no corn and were living alone on heef.'n.; ., exposed by what you have been pleased to denominate was only necessary to deny the charges, and from this deserving object ol his friendship and A. Davn, l IIY whom Tir.e Ue d* ain ixt->Ftd
'i \'- this article: was generally unfit for use, and i "my retrograde movements" were either to prove them false, or call on Vox Pop. confidence. The munag uncut of t'iec' iiTjp ny |S e.mlitlcdllLI.e
I Uo.\rtlor ,.
Trustees and to a Dr
rtnrs.! The /k-
_( l' k. 1 we destroyed hundreds of cattle which} our I entirely unnecessary, and must have arisen uli for the proof of their confirmation. But I General Read unquestionably has higher ter will receive amt promptly act on jropusnfs! ii

li k I r. hungry troops would not n<:('. I. from his want of information of my position at ibis plain and obvious course could not reach I claims on the people of Florida than any other! lurcha-in[ any ol' U.c property, application may d
t rt' Our subsequent:: ( difficulties in crossing the Fort Urnnc, and of iho fact that the last! scout General Rend, nnd consequently teas not the I man in the Territory. He has long residedin I ni.ido) Thomas l.tlizeil one itt the Directors at 7..
t r. river after the water had fallen/ four feet, I of the enemy had been destroyed or driven across object of your article. You strongly insinuate I her centre, and of course knows more of lahassel't.JJh'1Garnuf'hI1; Hind.i also onr.,of i Ib-: Dire
lorsatCluinoy or tu the ku' scriher in tU!
J !' ; t pr" ''* it to have been impossible at the lime I the JFithlacoochie. flint, but lor Gov. Call, he would in all the wants of the inhabitants than one who city of N uw 1 orl,.
.1' t ill' iiist: attempt was made, as we still found it ]I Since writing the above I have the satisfaction probability have bet:., at this! day, friendless seldom passes the commons of St. Augustine, R MDLATCIirOBD..
C. i1.. s\ii:inning in some places: and in all others ;, ( to inform you that Major General Jesup nnd in obscurity, crawling along the thorny I unless it bo on an electioneering!! tour. P.esideatofthe; Btrdof OireclJ1
; : : deep folding presenting width! of 1220 yardbothering --, '; has arrived at my camp, nnd on this day ((4lhI ;I trail of life. You say "it is notorious, that I VOX POPULI. April I
f, :. T 1 .. on both sides t\ nh deep expressswamps. I I of December) I shall surrender to him the I the Governor had not only been his friend and I I l\lExlco.-HThc Norfolk Beacon of Satur I) ;. EEG.1Tf:
command of the in Florida.
It. i, army Feeling n patron, but that General' Read owes! much of; TO CO\'CRES8.
I'I I have yet to speak of the stream llowing j';i deep interest in (he prompt and successful! his success and advancement in life to the : days says: Lieutenant Tnlnall. of the navy, ;']{i NOTICE is he e',y given, th u an Electhr/ for De''.
}.W from the lake into the river, which the dctdtchmont termination of troublesome war, I am frieud'ihipnd: kindness of the Governor !i i I who conveyed Santa Ana tj Mexico, informs :j.I gate ti Con:;re** !inn: Tc.'iit.ii'r! of Fli),ala! wfl
relieved in I I!I the editors of the Globe that the reported cold i be held in 'he of Ltii.. Inn 1 rte
of Tennessee under thel I highly gratified at being commandby and his friend, when General Rend had! no : 'I II roaity rn r firs
tioops
I such I reception given to Santa Ana was j!I d.iy of Mcy next at the [..!low iug rrecua..i: "n:
an otliccr of distinguished mci. it. But ftiendsof his altogether
command of Lieutenant Colonel Gill own. Why this )
-- attempted I was sentence : 'I 1 At :St.: .lar's.lIn'e! : the +n;>crinte. t de-iceof A>
He I
to cross without success on the 13th day I owe it to him, as my successor, to pay that lugged into an article professing only' to dc- I a misrepresentation. was welcomed GroseC'ramcNatltanitt\V.: 'V.icr'rantSilas!' S.';t
ho : and most: probably will, meet will fend with great enthusiasm by the great body of i 2 At Cii'liltort'sSbtre ii'idrr lIe! < ,
r .+f October. This formed another barrier, may : |I Governor Call It was clearly an act '.. 'pfnntrnc ija
embarrassment and delays in the execution of' of his coun'rymen. Lieutenant Tatnell remained of Auihcr Macon, Henry 11. Walker ar.d E. C. Wiher.
and and the Withlacoocbce nnd
f with the lake on the north, j i supererogation, altogether irrelevant. .
on the south, consisted a defence j his high trust:" t, which have not and cannot be J''I "Vox Populi" had not charged his Excellency a week with Santa Ana after he landed; 3 At Window's! under the snperinK'ni'cnce ofESsha :-

; t equalled:\ only by the cos itself. On our list j I anticipated by the Government. He will find :I with never having been the friend of General during which time, the news of his return had Winsltixv! Josiah Tend irvt ant I :\. T. I(hvin
\ isit to the Whhlacoochre, supposing the passage ; ns others have done, that the transportation of!!I, Read but on the contrary the admission of reached the capital, and many other important 4. At BlockerN, under the <"'pr.ntenJence; of' EJ
into the cove would bo obstinntly supplies into the interior, even now, when nil his former friendship was clearly manifested I II points, from all of which, letters giving t mood U. Ya"s, Tom Peter Chores anJ -Ha.J'ihw

ded l hy the enemy, tho Tennessee delen-I', the depots are established and! well furnished, I I and implied in the writer's astonishment at his I accounts of demonstration of great joy for the Ilu'son.5 At Tal'ahas'ce, under the KnperinfrndcnocV

!i I with its usual gallantry, claimed the h,uior of 1 will be attended with the most Bet ous embarrassment :I su-Jden change and desertion. But, sir, po- deliverance of Santa Ana were received by It \Vi'liam Hilhard, Richard liny ward nnd T. U. Bcit .
3 the It awarded them !: nnd that to keep an constantly lute him. Lieutenant Tatnall believes the invasion ..n'
forcing was
; passage. : : army i j i not your paper, nor abuse the privilege of
Edwinllart'.rnnder the
) I of Texas will he The C ppperintrndence of) IFarkliill
but while they were preparing to advance, a acting against the enemy, another force of equal [I an American Journalist: (both of which ought I not repeated. Jam.s Ha-t and Richard hit.ikerTatum's
r,, report from the friendly indians sent to recon. size should be employed in constructing to be sacred to truth and honesty), by pub. military preparations of Bustamente are con- unJcr die superintendence: cl Jobs
noitrc the banks, informed me tint: four of and garrisoning posts, and in protecting the lishing to the world your detracting insinua sidered by intelligent persons as intended to Tat'im, E. Harvey and! S,1I11uel.hx n.

I their number had] already crossed. and could transport train in it* passage. Believing, sir, tions, that Governor Call raised Gen. Read to maintain authority at home, against the 8 Stw'rL'I: J :Stewart, under and the supeiiircndcncc: of 11. G1Vither't
Junes Kcndrick.
i i,; find no recent sign of the enemy. On receiitig that I have sustained the deepest injury, and his present emi 1ence, No, sir he ascended popularity of Santa Ana with the people." 9 P3rJ ihs Story, under the superintendence rf

\' this intelligence; General Armstrong, that 1 have been visited with the greatest injustice that enviabe! height independent of Governor Richard P.,-ilh, George: I":. Dennis .In.1 Ml-s: Bbtt\
'qt Colonel;! Trousdnlc. and the other officers by the orders of the President, communicated Call or any other individual! and like of Pun.\DEL1'Uu.-The credit of Philadelphia 10 Havis, ender the fniperintTdence of Jjhn H.
present, with the same spirit of chivalry which in your letter of the 4th ultimo, I must the greatest and best men, in this or any many other will not suffer in the slightest degree by vie, Reiibn Manning and John If. Shchec*
r k 11 Crjmartic?, under the :sipcrinieiidt-nce of A.
induced them to make the knowingit avail myself of the common privilege of demanding the recent disasters. There is no city in the
request, ago or country ever produced, has risen exclusively Cromartic James J.YickerslInliVm. Roberts.
was my wish, in the first instance, that the an investigation of my conduct. I by the force of his own merits. Union that contains a larger body of sounderor 12 Magnolia! under supciintcndence} of Benj
regular troops and Creek warriors should be have therefore respectfully! to request that a With respect however, to the friendshipand more upright commercial men, or a greater -I min Byrd, \V. j. Diiley and J tlamlin.
of intrinsic Our banksare I GIVEN under hand this 1st day of April IS:
court of be ordered amount wealth. my
.sent into the cove, declined the permission inquiry may to assemble, patronage of the Governor to the General, 3->-tf JOHN P. DUVAL, Judge.
A S ( _, to seek anew enterprise at the stream flowing to inquire into and report on all the official improprieties we have no doubt, that reciprocal favors between all perfectly safe, pursuing the even tenor
: from the lake and the town beyond it, where with which I am charged So soon I. them were thrown into the balance, it of their ,way within their means; and the little LEFT 1I0\IEl1lhc: 6th of April l, 1837, :a tar?
: Lieutenant Colonel Gill and his bravo follow- ns!:! I shall have passed this ordeal, I shall, with would be difficult to which the scale storm that wo have alluded to will only serve sorrel 1I01tSl'Yitt.. a blaze face, o*
say way hind foot while and tail I, six nIL
flowing mace
great pleasure tender to the President of the to render the enterprising a little more cautious year
had the 13th of ,
t ors fought so gallantly on would preponderate, for we presume that the a late cut with an e'gcd tool 0:1 :he left fore \leg 01
October. Accordingly the Tennessee brigade United States my resignation as ol and, in the end to purify the atmosphere the has walk well and
governor General was as necessary to the Governor as arm, n pert trots paces soon!
was ordered tp that point; they approach. the Territory of Florida. the Governor to the General. We do assure of the money market. Speculation i3 little, any person who will stop the horse and gi"
I have the honor to be well enough in its way, but those who wade notice to Fisher's tavern will receive satUfaeiHio.
f enemy then strongly posted and in large Most respectfully towards his Excellency: and it is our wish to beyond thejr depth; and indulge in projects April 8th, 18. 7332v _
r force. They were disappointed. They found Your obedient servant' treat with respect, men high in office, and especially far very far boyond their means, should not
; no other impediment to their march but the K. K. CALL, the Executive: of the Territory of be surprised at being overtaken, and submer- fKO71CE.\ SIX weeks after dale we stall l make IJI"
r 0\
f : "trcnlll itself, and the swamps and marshes: General commanding; &c. Florida, and it is with pain that we have been ged by nn unexpected wave of adversity. Madison ill plication County to, fir the Letters Judge of of the administration County Court on ti testate

with which it was bordered on both\ sides. The lion. B. F. BUTLER, compelled to notice certain charges against- "Make money, my son, always honestly, !how of Richard Blare, deceased, late of said countf.)
The. water had greatly subsided, but the stream Acting Sec. of War, Washington. him, which we verily believe to bo truc.Vo ever. Be satisfied with small and certain ELIZABETH ULAKE,

., was wide and deep, in some places still swimming .- ----- should therefore have rejoiced in seeing his declaration gains, never forgetting the story, so full of ELISI1A:::; SUMERLIN.

+' the banks: boggy, and covered with a Tbe request of a friend to give the t following : through you, "thut ho would take no moral, of the goose and golden ego.-Bick- April Sdt,1837. 35.6wAIJMINiSTRATORtS__

dense undergrowth. communication insertion in the Floridian: is part in this canvass," but, for the unfortunate nell's Reporter.Mr. NOTICE

The report. of General Armstrong nnd all cheerfully complied with.En.lFronithe.1pafachicofa. close of that sentence, where he adds, "unless Eaton our Minister to the Court of ALL PC rsema having demands Against the eswta
tho officers of his the ( George W. Johnson,la'! e of Jefferson Cou jJdecctscd
brigade proves impossibility Galtle.JMR. ] compelled to do so in self defence.. For our Madrid has presented an energetic protest them for*
are hereby required to
;,, of crossing, when the attempt was first 1<:DITon-1 do not believe that the life cannot how active present
we see an participationin against the proposal of the Spanish Govern- with duly authenticated.: Those indebted to the estate
I made, on the 13th cf October and sustainsthe citizens of Apalachicola generally, have vet favor of Colonel Downing in the approach. ment to pawn Cuba: to England, as security arc requested W ;ake immediate payment.:
high. character of Colonel Gill for his decided upon the candidate they will run for ing canvass, can defend or exonerate him from for a loan; declaring that the Uiiitcd States FLOYD S. KANNAL.tx'rHULDA Exr's-,

I bearing and good conduct on that day. I have Congress at the approaching election, I hope, any of the charges exhibited against him, would never permit England to hold that Isl April f,'ih 1837: 35 4w JOHNSON,
r already, in my oTicial report of the 27th ultimo therefore: you will permit me through the medium while on the contrary, it would most clearly, and.-N. Y. Mere. Jour. _
"
I mentioned the destruction of the towns of your paper to offer( n ftw suggestionsto nnd conclusively prove nnd fix on him one of NOTICE.

I Ie'otd ibis! stream by tho regiment under the show to them the expediency of uniting on them-to wit : that the election of Mr. THE NEXT CONGRESS. The next Congress TiX weeks after date, application will 1! be made cost< i toi'thelion. ?
command of Colonel the whom I shall -- 'ha county court ior Gadsden
Trousdalo gentleman
accompnni- presently name. him.
Downing was openly
: supported by
far the ."t ofWni.tfcEllii.
f so as we can judge by Qf'. exami- fir letters administration on eet :
cd by Major Barrow, and aid of General Armstrong In the first place it is natural suppose they As his excellency professes to stand pretty nation of the returned and new dec'd. late of said county.
t who gallantly volunteered his services would not wish to throw away their votes, by much on neutral ground between the contend reduce the administration !\.embers, will| SlNIA'E LLJu.

w \ on this occasion. I trust, sir, that the difficulties taking up tho losing candidate. They can, ing rivals, we presumo he will have no objections House of 'majority in the April 8lh. 1837-35 6\v -

which presented themselves! in tbe with the greater confidence, claim the !services .. to answer through you the following Of the Representatives from thirty to ten:. hereby given that applicati jill of

passage of tho river the want of means to of the delegate to whom they have given questions : 1st, Have you, or have you not five will forty be member* from New York, thirty I JN maJeby petUlqj to the lI onoablc t l lhee Florida.
c I overcome them, nnd the necessity which required their undivided support. If the candidate be written sundry friendly recommendatory let- new mcmberi-N. Y. Express. the Superior Cau'rt for thc fldJla interest and 01
;
,,, J that tho army should march immediately elected which they have opposed, they may ters for Colonel Downing to the West, far the Destructive Fire at Rochester-The c\iJtlr\\R forlpcrmission a:d hors to sell of David the DaldsQ rtg\\ tdia
extensive
to a depot for supplies, show sufficirit t feel that his zeal will not be lively in their behalf purpose of promoting his election 1 Did your and valuable engine manufactory ofLc't.s : real estate,lying and being in rho drstrtct fatlsr'afore'certain .
and abundent reasons why I did not cross the and they will approach him with reluc- not snit!, derived Ibrou..b theIr grandmother and'
Randall
Excellency or ,
discharge Judge
and the woolen 11h" life lime
Selve, factory adjoining David and which h held ;
river and drive the from his tance. has dip aid.
enemy position. Apalachicola much to Colonel
expect Donning &c. &c. at Picolata mem- consumed the 'HELEN DAVIDSONAmr'1of :::;
29th
I When I marched from the camp opposite the I from Congress, and it is important that the bers of your atari', and after your return home inst., were The loss U $35,000: on ,night qpvhich of the there I David, D4vidsondec.JiI

cove, my routo wan down tbe banks of the delegate from Florida should bo warmly in- express yourself, as having thought, hard ofr was an insurance of$22,000 April 8,1837,

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-' THE: Corror MARCTT.' By last night1 mail, .
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f the United State on the sub ] 1 .t- '
we received the New Orleans True American -r- T-
; ject Slavery.
a of tile I A LIsTOF A LI'RELJLWOODWAItD.EIq. of M.irianna,
151h. anti the Mobile Com. Advertiser
I SUCCESS OF THE CARUSTS,-Arrngon! Va.lentia LETTERS remaining in the Post Office at rm. is authorised lo act III my A "ut and Attorney .

:UA aWbs.'TUHn uflile bib.! The fol'owmgare' the price"quoled'i I and Catalonia are overrun by the Cnr-I i,I Tallahas on the 1st day of April, I i-7{ ; If during my absence the ensuing summer. ____ __

NEW ORLEIKS, lists. The rich city of Malaga is no' tnken out in three months, will be tent to the E. J. BOWER. -
\Y.- -APRIL 22th. 556 suspectedho i! General Post Office, as dead letters. March 3i, 1837. 3 -2rTALLAHASSEE ,
bales Mississippi i a I n I 1-4 be in the interest of Carlos, and hilt troops i, .
Alston Col.
-=tllhoridt.d---- to "nn.uncc General 187 &. N. Alabama: 7 under Tristany have obtained a decided vie i iI i.1'I Ah Dnniel Augustus.t'rlUflSOfl:M.uhwsRece-P Asa RAIL-ROAD. '

Ti: ana Hem as a candidate!I J lo reprein I 41 &I.. 8 I tory over the Queen's forces at Cemsra; the i i20thrrgt. ; Branch: Nicolas N Marvin Wilhnn 2 i J -NOTICE is hereby given that an instalment! of _
I L.
1.r.IG? 45 Texas Bryant Daniel Malh"n-e! Paul De 2 l five cent is required to be _
,. of FI era.d a il 1>. next C unibt'le 6 3.4 : of the line, composed! of 1000 Mal j,; I per paid on iLe capital _
Bndf.ird Or E.
0/,1 Mcpanielloshua stock of the Tallahassee Rail-n-nd
Company on
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32 Arkansas : 8 volunteers
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Pr-
7 having pone over to the I Bembery Kennith. March Sha'rs Monday tbe 24h day of April i 18: 7. I. _

.44 authorised to announce Col. W''ftf. MOBILE, April I nih, tender-Forcadell, another Carlist general ; ('ater l.'ev: Richard B Moore Warmly R T. R. BEl'TON, S-c'y.

.1; are 69 Alabama- at 10 nftl-r a victory at Buenol, is: besieging Regu! i iera ('.andry Mary S MillsJane April I5.h, 1837. 36--... _
ll WntT n a candidate to reprc"ent COOk William Miller Wm 1'. 2 :._______ _
I a rich for : .
: 4-1 do town plunder. The
Mile ol I'litiida In the next Congress.PP 11 arco-jnts !i Cb"e'l, \\ illiam New.-..mb J..lm A I)M I N 1ST ITOKS' NOTICE.4LL _
2S-tf I 13 dn 12 1-2 from La Manrha occasioned much alarm and Cnpe'and Mr. ('iiver! Ben; \nnn .
persons having clams a!'.ains trie e'.ta''' of
authori-ed to npnotince CHAS. j The sales in New York for; the week ending: 8th:! ell-
TEre 1 CuiINt rhiefi, I laze village : Or 'ohnPividson Port T Win( S !I ih-m auth--nticaird to Me'.rt Martin and
every they propi-rly :
11 D W I G. I'.sq. as a candidate I to rep. I April, were300 bales Florida, at 11 a 14 1.2 ; 230 encounter : Mr. Elelen PenlleTbomJ
to ihv gruund. The Hail within the time prescribed by !law, or they
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of FluriJl; i:1 the next Con- Mobile) at 12 a 14 100 ministers still Dlllehev'rho"IILS Rijrgon Ric! aid ;
the l'j'plc' j : Uplands, at 11 a 13 1-2. ,omit on the northern will be {f'Terer barred And ih) f indebted to the
't army.
I Dupont'Abraham : UichardRobinson
t 2 7.t f I Total a niou) nt of sales; 1750 tnt les. I'ehberg estate will make payment to therSOLOMO' :>
4.'I!!' _. 1 TWO DAYS LATER FROM ENG- Duval AfrsEMen: A Wm W 'i G BtL. 'KO ], Adm'rApril -
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*.4 ____ Douhtry Sarah RucheVm l 15th 137., : 8w.
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fJ:, wan1 ufrI"cr; ;lb:>I-i llllt.C) in ouroiiice e So'omon _____ ._ _ _ _ _ J'

" ve -pfk":. ba1delaveJ our paper heyund the in (four days from Tampa Bay, having: Tlie .hip Oconee. Capt. JTilson, of this I Emory G HopewrJl I Ilussel I H W NEW YORK ST. MARKS LINE OFPACKETS.
.. 'u r ( Fegg Benjamin P : Bethel T 2
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::t has :1111VC.d Rogers
lVe fb3I1rndcn'or board 36 port at Philadelphia from Liverpool -
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to ,
from
0" nuMicaiion. negroes recaptured the Indians; I Flrther Rufus Ryon Joseph I !

I. ;:;;II IUflC ,,111I tuiure.iON I belonging to Messrs Forester, Woodruff Reeve, biinoins! dates from thu place to the : Fisher} WilliamFletcher Sapp: JohnStrickland ,

:lItl.\: I :.III't'\ -----'-_ of SpringGarden estate. Passengers, Dr. Stein- 13th of March, inclusive, being two days later and Pond John .

With the than our previous advices.A Flet'herC Steel Newton A A I '
.1- ( preferr. L
'OPl charges uke U. S. A. A. .
[ Kennedy, J. S- Cantwell,and A. letter from F.ake Wm 2 Stripling Rev Robert : s-

blilt''i iv !iernf! the ct'mniunicsition over the I H. Falconer Apalachicala. our correspondent' at Phil i ForsVth Maj R AGlisson < Scot! Lient H 0
we ofcuutbe, have no connection. delphia states that the gloomy state of affairs Wright TSimmons Hillery E FIRST Rate Vessels and experienced .Wasters!'; .. ,
rnaiiin1.
3\\\C 51'"' i" tit article, however, that we I At Flatsbush long Island, a few days sincea in Liverpool still! continued, and that the mar- Gibson Wm M Selph JohnShortridge be emplnyed in this line to sail from of either .
Iff-\: place Graham JohnGoldsboroujrh ports-a vessel; will sail on the 8Ji rind 24th every ,
C
k.Ms
1 partiality the citizen "I tlchcd" for were essentially the same as when the Margaret -
was '
itCt he chargedviih regjrds I ) slandering one Chas. H Vas Edmond 2Winddm month and oftener, should p.itronage require.

y Ct'rlflJI; ''; 'in which \\ e intend lo take'fiavc : of his neighbors. He was tied to the tail ofa packet ship Sheffield sailed. Money H n(son Nepoleon WalktRchard; II WM. WYLLYS PRATT, Agent N. York,

'rnrhUE thus lar: published whatever! cart, his lace besmeared with varnish and ever, was a trifle easier.-N. Y. hOW-I I HeliX Christian Benjamin ROB'T LYON, Agent St. .Varks. I
1 \\ St. Marks IH37. 361y'r.NOTICE. .
,,.trl .flpril15,
High ArmandVhjdddn
Apill0. Elias _ .
in thi condition
been! handed! --, nnd it i is no fault: of ours ifthe dragged! through the town Hyman W C Warren Elbert E

,,f ilit-severa: candidates do not succeed in followed by a mob of lawless wretches. What I- Horrace Eli Dr. Williams MllallisCharles : :
.jj adds to the infamy of the transaction the s'jf- DIED, at hie residence in Fredericksburg, on the Wi gons Mary THE :Subscriber, TC ididg at Fort Mitchell. Ala ,
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':HP" lisftt!: lavouU's.Ve) shall stick to our I 3dd ,y o: February, 1837, after a short illness, MR Hutson liaIson Wolf WilliamHayward'VjlJiam that there is now in the Territory rf

'. feier was exposed! at several of the residences JAMES V ASS, aged auout 66-for many years a distinguished Wiggins M m. Florida the lolloping Negroes liken from him bv -: p t

; of the inhabitants, nnd among others that I; merchant, and a valuable and beloved Jones Lemon REFISED'r.ETTERs.Jenkings : the Creek Indians!' during the month of June last, .

., fjt: Prcsijcnt Jackson has! arrived in improved of his family where his wife mu!| children witnrscd cit izea. James Alston Willis 7 and as the Negroes were on their way to Florida in I : .j j'
The deceased hostile Creek h finds that
with they
was born in Forres Scotland but company some ,
Judson
,
Edward F William P
f r: j.a:i'> atliis! residcnc" in Tennessee. He met with. his di.grace. I removed to this country early in life, and resided King George B Johnson Craig; :Mr e> were retaken by some person or persons unknown 1

t: ',,rdia: riflnrni reception by his fellow.citizens first in Falmouth, a"dfir a few years past in this'I Little Robert McCray Farquhar to him, between this place and the Suwanee, sometime .

, ,.. MAIL LOST-On boaid (,r the steamboatItt1.y : town- Ever since his arrival in tins country, he :I Mott Abram 3 in the months of August, September: or October. '
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;
i I .sarrva: .____ ,._._ had been engaged in the incrchantile business and That the Negroes are as follows :
-r--i- that was: burned with all her contents I i Persons; calling! for the above letters will! pl?ase t
\. F.N nnL--\fI'r \ja uniformly ained the repu'.a'ion of an industrious 3riverli ed. I. SEARCY, P. M. ; PHCEBF. aged about 30, :a. black; her daU.IerAMYl'ged'about ; t.
IUTr.Con T OF : n prniKi. few c.JaI'lIIce, the Natchez Courier : sap I1
says j nlt.- 10 mulatto SORRY a
a .
rpri"lng, and hones merchant. In his general !j Tallahassee 1st 1337 :3f. ,w years, ; .
: : n':' i ''II. 'his body has !been dissolved. The i jof the 5th inst, we understand was the U. intercourse wi-h society he was distinguished for hisintelligence I April boy, about R yeirs old, a mulatto, the child! of Phcr I .

I (' f>iiti. *' m! the case: of General ScoU, which i Slates ':.Mail.i \] coureoiiMi; nnd hotpiialiiy. In his :I,!: A LIST be"; DEMPSEY, the sister Phoebe, ageJ! about:; i

Htm r*':urlied by President i Jackson: for re- i lU-sidcs the valuable: cargo that was de- 1 friendships In the don he was ardent firm, and persevering. !|,I LETTERS remaining: in thr Post Office at years, a black. having the above Negroe.
'estic circle, he was a dev"ttd nnd faithful OF Any person or persons
:s.jjra''i: has been presented to President istioyed, there was also on board $18 000 in I, husband, an affectionate nn'J indulgent faher, and a Quinc}". on the 1st day of April, IB37; If not I will be liberally! rewarded on leaving the same with fi
taken in three months will be the. General
tBun-it.; 6ub\ ed. he was ev&r ready to afford his counsel and con- Coun-y, Florida. Any informafionresperlti..g
I
destruction.!
rei'!' as, I 11 Ill' opinion;) of the Court in the case of tribute liberafly of his substance. I,I Allen Eliza 2 McBride I) S I. w 11 be thankfully: receivid. JOHN' SIMMS: 0

*ra (Gii'tn-s which! have Kith been approvedu In reference to the great subject cf religion he'', Allen Sam'l! McDougald A. By liii agent, James M. Scott, Att'y at Law, ':'oniicello -

I'rpsidcnl. In their reports, both Generalhen STEAMBOAT IIUIINT AND LIVES LOST.-The gave his cordial as'ent to the troths Divine ReveI I'i i AUbn Joseph McKenzie 0 I: Fl'rida.Tallahassee! I j

:u blame\ !. steamboat lone was burnt to the water's edge\ lation.: In the prime of his life, and in the midst of:j; Allen Judith McPhairl Duncan I April llth, 1537. 353w.WM. .
and til
b lionoraWy aeq\lj'l, e o Arrni<;'ead F Martin Alex I :
the .. hi.s worldly business, he made a public profession (,fulJ.jssjon J
the evening of 30th ult. while descending
of armies in the on : R S S I Florida j
i .
Ji 'abUTtf atid dispace our to the Lord Jesus and .on McClenden P. DUVAL. who' has returned to IILEN.
) was a constant I
I the river opposite Gov. Roman's I i I Bullock G .WcRae fBlou'it It. G. AL- :
C settle himself
attendant and zealous to permanently
,
S Stflhllh'C c.'inipaijjns is of course placedi a supporter, of public worship -, .
:
, k aii< I plantation.) She had on) )board several passengers until }his i oYath. He was also a conscientious :]i I R lrCnVed1: = have associated ihemselvps in the practice of I t
the kliouidors o f the .Adiuir.i tifl. TIlt 1 Bur Rich'J Melnnos M J : Law. will an office al Tallahassee and 1 j
the keep
: and upwards of 1200 hales cotton. worshipper of God in his family and in his closet. i j They .t!
occasion both Generals, 't I Can ledge F C Nicholson: and ill practice Superior courtsin, i! "
:rt taKvs: to rt'prclienJ/ I The closing scene, in the life of this estimable'man Su Joseph, :
, The clerk barkeeper' chambermaid, two exhibited i Craddock John 2 Newsom 0 P FGwens the cnunties ot LconJeffers'Gadsdc Jackson, and '
mind
i
ctUI.CS and invectives cast: eachif.re a unruffled! by bitter regrets:; for i
:
jie upon; negrn boys, nnd several passengers perished. the past, and tree from alarming apprehensions: for 1 Cain T. J 3 W II I Franklin andin the Court of Appeals. They pcdghrmselves '

f', Arn-mg the saved are the captain, who swam the 1 inure. His faith in Jesus, the Saviour gave Carnochan John Philips G W to rife strict attention ti> nil business con 11It.C.ALLEN
'j''j'i
him and 1 Colding J M Perry Thorar:? fidcd to their management. WM. P. DUVAL.
f.irihorc with his wife nnd youngest child- pace, good hope; and in his heavenly Father i
t: occurred( in Utica, N. Y., on tie J 3d tilt., 'swill, he quietly arquits-ed. Such was the I (DinkinsJ.i Pullman Fiiza I -

.! about) and ,the steward and one pnssenger, who rescued life, and such th-: death of JAMES VASS. His i Deckuy S Home J S February 13li.. 1336. 27tf! I.J
i ji-royc! forty building! : *, a larger"s : Miller's\ memo- _ _ _
other children.
two We Graham Thomas B Richards
have
Capt. i ry wilt be embalmed in the recollection of who ; Ben'jRoggers
tIII: < '\ and mrrcha ndie.! Tlie !liif-s is many i Gilchrist 4 Kenan Jam .s I STORAGE! STORAGE! STORAGE '.
his
nt: learned the names; of those passengers experienced generous hospitality, and his warm
I n--tod, o: l from SO tn 100,000 Julli: a Inigeam lost.--X. O. True. American, Ap. 1. I an>cion and friendship. We mourn for him as a i Hunter J M G Smith JaneStepheis I II I N addition to his old ware-house thesubscriber I I
bru ller. dearly aIddeservedIy: beloved with whomwe i Harris J R Roafl build i 1
-: i< .."u'\('ruf't'd.: I I'I has recently-erected a spacious .
shall meet no mote on earth-bui we mourn not 'i HutchinsM ;Streat Margaret iig SO by 28 feet, forrecemns:cotton and '-oods. i ..
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FnonTADT.c Pl.OtGIIIiG.rdrmCr: in as those who have no hope. 'I Hollinpsworth E Tomlinson AG TIMOTHY M'CARTY. ,
l1M\I\ 0 appropriations; :} ofiliclast S session: of | Jones S F 2 Wilson James .. l
Norfolk Va. few days whileploughing *\
county, a ago St. :Marks, December 27th 1831. .
Judson E S Yon Jesse J
rf.: tv'- !iud 1 he foll'uvitig ilt'Jn-
; the month of
his field uncovered a n
NOTICE. I Persons:; calling for of the above letters will A CARD.JjrTIIOSE i .
For' tu- on (If Indian !stiJitifs) any '.. I
;'trt-s.s
box filled with
small hrickllIlt., containing a SIX weeks after date I shall apply to the Honora- please cay advertised. JOHN G. GUIS'N, PM: .
I : indebted '*> the subscriber trill confer nnoliligiton ,
f.1,flOOflOO doubloons, amounting to 14000. This Irea- I ) !e Judge of the County C.mri Jefferson County -1 duincy April .st, 183,. 3t"-3w

Fe- i\\''' f'1'mnY ; o f ilt rI1\1nn't'' '< ;.'. I onoo it is deposited there I for letters ot.admiriMration on the estate of N. B. on him by making prompt paymci.t if they :. 't t"n
stile, conjectured was do with convenience them1vs.WM.WILSON.! .
to :
F so pelfect ;
.lom.: late 'said Subscribers of PRES
& { county, deceesrd towards the erection a
!'Jr'il', removal/ of il.c Creeks 701.67G duiing the revolutionary war. THE : ;,
EBENEZER FOLSOM. CHURCH in this city, are notified that
Monticello! April 13, 18J7. 37Gw. payment of fifty per cent. upon the orig'nal subscription Mrci II ItS:;: 3ltf! '1 1.IJ.

:THE M'isr.T t ;\hr."ET.-The New York Exim 1 I TJcixc SHAVED WITH A \'E\GC\Ct.-1t PETLR :.STOUT ft .1 j is required to be made immediaiely. Payment GREAT 1MKGALY. I I }( ;

*! if- ialeofthe; Stli inst. 5nys, "DuringnKJ I was stated on evidence, at the l trial of llmh- vs { South?rn District of Flo- the may be made to the ! t3U1tdt.gC.tmjtiep :: subscriber wi.hmnitocIose' his bu-
John
towit. Metsr Park- .
id thirty: : years, in \, hidl we have been! far 1 !bun, now pending; nt Batavia, that since the An uuknowu S'choon- nua.er hill, W. W. WaddeSI: dJ B.:Bull. ai Bambridge offer.* for sale; his f t

; i\ i, the crr.hautile; concerns: of this ciy, stoppage of the U. States Bank Branches and argo. ) JOHN GAMBLE, Tres'r. &TIII: and well known stand for buM- \ .
I
want ofconprevail j (the price of had been more than doubled A fcCHOONER, name unknown, with part\ of a Tallahassee, April lltb, 1837. :36tfNOTICE. in the most pleasant part of thetown i .
avi' never: known n m 'rr general money I. cargo ot Co-hmeal, Jalap, &c., WPS picked 'ttp I [ also his whole stock m trade coRipnmg a gen \ \ &..

"Jet dlUI : : a: prt' .CII. .Many: ; (if ouralilc I ; and! that ItatliLcJii! dining the year 1835, near Cape Florida on or about the 27ih day of t eral ana well stocked assortment of Groceries: dry 1 ;i.. I I ;e.;

t r.(' ,,'(. : :houses! that ti 'tve been in Jiigli had expended more than a mil lion for shaves! I March last, by Peter Siout, Hmry Benners and [ wife LOUISA :j(! :goods; crxrkery, hardware, hats, boos, shoes and :\
TI1EREA F RIVIERE
I -- I Samuel Young jun Masters: of \1.led.1Dg''es els, my '\i ready madeclothing: also 200sacks Liverpool ground t .;. -..;
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f.., a lit ;
hWIATlIIt OrrtCE. It but few days.igu I ai.d br URht to this port. 1 he same have been li- I' :alf The subscriber offers for sale his! duelling 4 !J
is a i
-- afk..I 1 an i ostci.iini. Confidence appears !III I, Ioel ed fm salvage, and will be beard b fore the Hon. I ma'den name was McCall, 'nd mvselfhave !separat-i i house anJ out h.uses.in: house and screw, wars r .''
we published! DM iiccouut of an insane i James Webb) at he Court House j e.I:-to sTtisfy tire curious and inquisitive call i iI and wharf. Liberal be .,
i in West will
,II4t. {;lIplltll..t( : V\ hll luvc' tli,iC n.cailK, Key on : houses terms given to J
!! man in \\'8&utttfSfl.t who said he had large j!! I the 44th! April in s'nt. Where all prisons in any 'I George G. Gainej from th vast} de-p. and hear ve I I the purchasers. I .
ilrrTri'H1t'V, idLe in Bank. rather, than inst-st- him.
claims the (;Jovcrnment for ha-ing: ,,; kept' ]I manner intcreMed are hen by icquesied' to appear I' B 'inbr.dg>? is beautifully located:: on an elevated !
upon/ .
'r.ls I1 scent i if Tlie p'.ili'.ir'! and anti !h'lw' should I therefore cau:ion! all persons whatsoever against the bank of th .
:m wr per,1I11 ty. It cause why judgment o' be decreed: blutf or. eastern ? Flint Kiver, 30 miles
fI" ccptssites tn Bank aie 1101 less; than t tiltecti a "weather onVe. the following \tra- j I, as prayd.. Cli Vs.: \i. \\ EuLS U. 6. M. crediting her, the said Louisa, on mv accn'rtt.IIENRYL. above tsmouth, nnd in pt.inlof health is not :aurpa i 1G
; ordinary discov bc true, a weather offireliercalttr. Per J. A. Till :: RIVIERE.
ly URAN, Deputy. se-l M any town In Geo- \Vealhr: planters from 't"J'
:11111; : SPI'4fl. ol dollars.! Tlie )bank":, lio\v- will Ue no joke.-Cm. Gazette. Key West I, Apr 1 llth. 18 i7. 37 April VI, 1 837. :*; 3w the Upper part: of the state a r" rapidly 5' olin; the -t

-.(Jan.: nut exiiid, tliPnl.d\'t-! aol ,ln little: rich lands in the neighborhood making the rown
I mjOii'CE' : -During my .bseDCC Irom the 1 errnoJi Lost Note. it .;
,::1'tl11 rouew the paper uf lliu:'c tvhou .Wllot, FonEh.S 'EWS1.tl packet. ?h'p iheffield. Capt. ry PAUL H UARLCV: will act as ray agent. Any, their residence in.summer. Stearnbo.vs of any draft ,
the Subscriber boyt tlifi 20th of :March
I liy ,
of reach the lowest
Bambridge _
.. water can: at stage $
New York from transaction' of his in name will be acknowlede.i LOST
nj .Men arrived at Livt-rpool; on the my duly a NOTE of \Nnforon-5 hundred dol-! of:he rivereven when they! cannot enter the mouth .

'"< above\ if- only a f.1 iir sp ::cirncn (If the c1norn 5hii.it i! witS!! Liverpool dateto tbe llth March incluMve. by me as Uwlul. A.N.="'ON: HANCOCK. I....<, signed by Daniel T. Lingo, paya'ile t'> N JO'Y [ of the Chattahoochee: riverThe immense tracts ,
TalUua.s-.ee} 'JOih
which, the commercial The Journal Iof Commerce says- I vpril 18J7. 37-tf Bontley or Imnrer. All peihonsaic c.1ll:bncJ n;ain:.t i' of rich land above Bainbridge the river an (HMrts pervades I trading for thc nlnrvc note. the large creeks: are fast 'ietlling.-cot is daily ;
NEW:
..nL. More than: one hundred fa'.lurcs! arc said to The sales of Cotton al Liverpool 'lor the GOODS. JOHN SAG="DEll !: coming down the river in barges, flats and steamboats .. .

'?:?akcn place\ in New York "U>ne, ;\IIc1l1n the k (.tiding :Match lOih were 18,620 bales, Tile subscribers. return their thanks to their April !!ith, 1837. .1S3i.[. -:and in one year more in point of iraJe Diin- ; 47 R ""-
.ds and tie in for the j
public general liber-
.inl t I3ih iiifct the failures in Nw Oriesuisve a decline of 3-8 a l-2d, and still a I 1 I bridge will not besurpassed by any town on the Chat : ,
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i \\\\,1 ai they have received, and solicit: a
encouragement in :\to.lticeIl.-
:M'CAXTS, Esq., tahoochee Columbus eicep'ted. i ..
market. 6 river, iiI ...{J
Uplands tire quoted 1.2 NOTICE.-JOSEJ'II : ....
\ learn by the 1I"h11ttcrulnllle: Ac.n'ni't! 1 coiuinuanc-their pal ronl e. They are daily re- i fact during ".1 a' >I'nfr"m PEABODY. .
of2 7 millions!! f dollars ;t S 3.4; price )last year 9 a 11 l-2d. Sugar I I, cel'in..troDi Se..- York and BahimoreaD assortment the Territory Florida. H. SPIES. I : 1
\uoied! to upivards t> -' 1 Bainbi idge, Decatur Co.Geo. Feb 251837 30 6VCAUTION. k
ofuperior GOODS suitable' 10 ihe seasons. Pmchas- i.. '
ofN &. J. Dickfi [ and Cotlen were both rather better. The April 5th, 1837- 3G3wpTilE
winch is the liJUW f
III;* rnaiket was and stocks ,, ers are requested to call before they buy and exam- .-.311 pcrs..ls are hereby catuimed .4 i "!:t
.i'i 'I.H; Ii't.eii' n.illions.! They' t-bow assets! fm r I money eaMcr higher.In tile for themselves. Low for cash. Subscriber FOR SALE: AT COST, his I ;:!. \ for a. note ;given by ibe subscriber "

.1.: m. ':iiii. From the universal I panic Iid, the House of Commons on the 9lh, petitions i DUVAL & 11UTCHIKS.i residence on the east arm of St: Andrew ; datod on or about lc I2ih December 1531, lO the I .

; were pres-criK-d for the repeal ol the duty i Tallahassee: April 21st 1H37. 37-if *' Bay, near Lofiin'a Ferry. It is pieasanily: late Wm B Nuttall, for one hundred dollars, payable
extended i hi the JJanks in that' city it i is:!! 'feartt: I Jt
situated high bluff, and comma Hds a delightful *
on cotton one of them was signed by all on a some few days after dale, as I hold an otfccu against -
will be the inevitable! ., i MlNlSTllATOirS; NOTICE. all Jes. The from !the south- _**.t I ,
iiwiicra: I barikrnjitcy the respectable\ tncrchinlsand manufacturers f i ,.rosp-ct on !l facing the same, and will not pay it until compelled by law.

5.1." Late accounts state. that the Brinks i itdepia. I A LLper'.onsindebed' to the estate of the late wIt, ovci looks 11 beautiful and extensive i-liiet r.f wa- j F. B. WHITING.Si. .
..Manchabtcr.: : I _L._ S.ephen S Peeble, are requested to rome forward icr; nnd in the rear stands a pcrfecl [lIp in. On the ; :'olarlcllarch 2 2, 1937 33 3w .
:; New York and Charleslcn; : ban.vnll"e FnA 1 hammock covered with other ,"
cE. and settle the same with the subscriber, and i right is a Magiolia; and is authorised :.
spirit btepped forward antl i and those I'cauliful everg-rccns-and the left view of H COLE.VAN my duly agent; ,
worthy claims
The French Ministry have met with a j having against said eState will pre- I presents a during absence from Tnllahasscr, '
assistance in their to theiiArmgOiends !'oeflilhem 10 the subscriber properly auihemicaied: the Ferry an I part of Eait Bay. Near it are eiren-: my -
ertd 311$ the!
i JNO: LAMBERT
power defeat in the Chamber of Deputies in the March 25, 13S7 33-tf : ; "
:1 within the time prescribed! by the Legislative Council -! sive beds of large Oysler, and ai fine fishing places, : -
= ., and by their energetic rneasurifsiime ; ( rejection of the Disjunction" bill as it is cal- j in such cases made and provided, i/r they will be I and ht'nfing grounds, as any on the Bay. It is withina LAND :FOR S.L.NU: AN OVERSEER -- '

ttlfl degree relieved the distress! a nJ]'I j led, which they had dechrred necessary to the barred of recovery. few hours ride or sail of St. Joseph, 'from which

red (:, \ifidcncc-and if these efforts are Iii,-. safety of the King and the State. The oh ALEX. FOR:MY DUVAL place any ihhig can be brought' to your door by boats: WANTED FOR THE PRESENT V

cwiunued and corresponding : the bill direct that All individuals .. Adm'r. of S. S. Peebles, dec'd. comrng constantly for oysters. Those wishing to purchase YEAR. .
met by cx- ,ject of was to will! pleas apply oon, as the subscriber: will! 7-
22 1837. of lend Tallahassee
April 37-8w rrMY large tract near with
**%of tlie Banks" :generally, the credit of the,: ) conspiring to i.r'mg about the orerlbrow of, leave for the North in a few weeks. all its valuable improvements, is still' offered fur sale ;

C01llry wl i! be suKtained and things resume their r the Government by, force of :arms should be j CENTRAL BANK OF FLORIDA. E. J. BOWER. (possession given ibe first of January next, and terni. +

tnF;trout: and-heailhy, t i Clint). : tried \by Court Martial. M.\ Dtipindeclared Board of Directors have. declared a divi Marianna March 3. 1337. 36.2w made known on application) also Lot No :5 ofsec. Ii:) ;4 1 3 .
THE Dd of five for the half ending and the west half ot'the north-east quarter of sec. 30. "1 J J7
considered the provision. ol the bill per cenum; year -
he
NEW SPRING GOODS.
WU"-\\JPI\'ItJ\ know that failures )have&en Ihat -7
no:
[ i : Otli ii.st., payable and after ,the 1st of .Vay in township of range I, north and west, alio the
.a laCt'\, us section, and Iriat none are 311.tJpaeJand -, as an utter subversion judiciary forms and ensuing. L. A. THOMPSCTX, Cash'r. JUST RECEIVED from New York and Balti- eas half ot'the south east quarter ofsec 2"-!, and the

". : even justice itself. The l law was rejected April 8th 1637. 37-3w ', a large and handsome assortment of west half of the south west quarter of sec '23, intownship '
"I: trust our business men will not( I ; FANCY &. STAPLE DUY I 3 north and
I GOODS Rrady-made of range eist near Col- Bai- .
: March of two. A j
|> ibemselves injured by indulging in a war.1 i on the 7th by a uiHJority NOTIC F -5J months from date 1 will apply to Clotl&inlab, Hortlware, Groceries, 4-,. viz. lev!!. ROBERT BUTLER.

ftuo6dence. In tllelr, own circle, which, necessary: i motion was made in the House Common.<<, 4 : iiie honorable Sears"Bryan,Judge of ihe Coun- Black Grode Nap, Swiss, and Lutestring Silks. Lake Jackson March 1, 1837. 30tf 1

::'"tunes, j in the present emergency is ren 11dtto. gays the Times of the llth, to prcstm: an ad. I Il Court of Jackkon County, to be discharged from L"onai1Super lins. Printed, French Jacunci Mus BUTTER & NAVY BRED.
of the of John Riz
administration estate ,
the farther
.
Tlit-rccaiibeno doubt hut rIle great dress to His: Majesty, pctioning govern deceased. WILSON ROYAL, Adm'r.April Orode Nap. Scotch, Stripe, Plaid and check Ginghams. 50 Firkins Northern, Butter, a first rate article. t .

;:e1u 'the price of cotton, and( other causes., ment to lay before( the House all legislative *2, 1837. 37.6m 100 Barrels Navy Bread. ". i t

etted with the proceedings of the American Congress and Snper French, Figured, Fancy andother Prints. I would respectfully call the attention of lail-rcad !b
embarrassments
general : else- all the of the STOP MECHANIC'S LOOK HERE Lisle Lace, Lisle: inserting, Caps: and.Collars. contractors to the Urcad. 'l
:;j R'iil: : necessarily) '! cause considerable losses' correspondence upon subject Ladies Figured Satin and Plaid Game Hdkfs. Just received per brig .' illas'.lom Baltimore and 4$
recognition by our of the independence be lei to tho lowest bidder on the 2d day Scans Collars. sale >
Rainedyet we ho >e nnne will periles I i--.1 .government WILL Fancy Brunstvick and Paris lor by EDWIN I W DORSET.St. : '
tnucb [ prove of Texas. The Houee divided on June next, in the town of TROITVILLE, Ladies and Gentlemen's Super H. skin Gloves Marks, 16th March, lflJ7. 32-tf ; \ 4
ru mOUi. It is useless "peculate : Loundes County, Ga. the building a frame CourtHouse Cambric Hdkfs. i
Bead Bags
Curls i.
tkprtbaljlc causf-s of the di trcs8. The i this motion as follows: 28 yeas. 41 nays. of the following size' and de!>CflpLJrJO. Forty ,, White, and Black Silk Hobe.NapoTean L.NDSIND LOTS FOR SALE. it4 4

ofthe i Mr. Hoy, in making the motion about feet long and thirty-two wide, two stone, first story I White Sitin Slin Faced and Brown '
is WILL sell or rent Plantation mli'North
and my sec. 24,1 &
country greatly deranged, and eleven second I ,
the high
1ho Texas said it wa. the standard of slavery three feet from ground Drillings.! :; Tallahassee, first rate hammock

: rtnurse to be pursued i in to adopt a suit- that was raised in Texan, and it behooved story nine feet, entry or passage ofright feet through Shirt Collars, Bosoms, and Satin Stocks. finely: watered, 200 acres cleared, and! the usual-land iwprovemeou -. I: "

'dy. the second; story, stairs from below to meet the.pus- Indian Robber and Cotton Su penders. on a Cotton Plantation.: Also I t
England to stand by Mexico it: such' a con above five windows in it quarter
age al one end-six rooms CottOn balls, Spool Thread and Cotton Iidk Is. section of the best hammock land belonging Gov. iJ
!;rwTnrk lest. Lord Palmerston said that the Presi each ihfre and three in each end of the upper story. and to .
Sheetings Shirtingsc. !
CotroDade Chambrays, Duval
,
tsoiilie f J lit), instant, slate that large door and four windows in adjoining my plantation making the ''hole i b
ihe
tnn r. dent's! Message to Congress ou that pointwas In story one READY-MADE CLOTHING. tract 800 acres. ;I

-rl ) y /narkel is resuminga mere promisarance 'lull and .satisfactory, Dnct'! owed no rllt!. each'side. one window door anA two each windows side of in the one Judge's end, in Consisting of every vaneiy of Fancy and Plain Also for sale, Lots in the city of Tallah&sse, No's. .. :e

j and that confidence h returning the other one on Summer Coats. $ Vests. 216,217,218,219,255, and 25G and 560 acres of ,. S
Round <
Jackets r "
) and moned position to violate the neutrality they bad sear,'with sash and lights. Two, girders under the Pannloons, ij'wxl laud, commencing one nr.d 1\ hair mil.ennih nf t

7jC"aimercial! men Money was. preserved. lie also suggested that the interests joists supported by two pillars each. Suitable seat SILK & FUR HATS.White Tallahassee, lying on the St. Marks road, adjoining ;\

look terms, and some dtsciiption of of the North would be a sufficient for the Judge, Bar, Tables and Seats. The house and Black, broad and narrow brims-Fash- the Plantation of Wm'. Clai ig.; .:sq. About 3tH acre.- .

fcj -a c:& &.d era h e rise. Post: tmlev issued covered with shingles eighteen inches long, ot the ionable Palm Leaf Hats, Kned; and shaped of this land is hammol-k- '1111.\\' dl watered.JOHN. .; 'J!
check against any improper recognition of the best of or ,-the body painted white the .
oiled pine
States and Manhattan Bank, have cypress GROCERIES. ;.. .P.DUVAL.r .., .
Trias. Mr. Warde withdrew Brown.
itt b' at one and a half per cent.-a month. In Independences cover Spanish SAMUEL M.CLYATT.1 Consisting of every variety, too numerous to. men- Tn,1tahasscG,JaR. 1337 22-tf ____ I ;. ''

!4delhja' 'likewise' wid an attack he had made against Mr. For- JARED JOHNSON f tion. Alt of which we offer to the city or1 country WANTED. r. t -
countenances to ,
are AN OVERSEER
llIIt Ighter.ed syih, charging him with speculating in Texas .e, JOHN WRIGHT fCom'srs.HEN'Y trade at wholesale or retail, on very reasonable terms. in Tall.- L
a, among Ihe nierchantiJe! men, landj. He had ascertained that it was not a STRICKLAND, J G. H. 4- T. E. LLVDENBERGER. Apply to HOBKRTJ.HACKLliYf&3rf: 'V

t the money market is decidedly Impru vcd. fact, and withdrew it with pleasure. O'Coa- March 20th, 1837. 37-3w I Tallahassee,April 15th, 1837. H-tf ; 1 Itaisse l\brch t8'\n, t817.: \ .

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IrLiN.I I' -I 'inn iiits .'f ,' ;-- -. dc ; tvhiche Syrup.
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\\ % .."\ \1 15. .V CALL Admr. 50 I) Ch.tni.Cnna.Pcach| & Apple Brandy This syrup besides being afe and active vermi-

. t ) A piil 1st _Ii 17. -tw.U_ Q 8J4q Lg I 10 C.i'ksM laja Vine (tige, is agreeable and pleasant lo the Ia.ole. and no

-- ii II> hltls'! | tdi\lMii..n-ahelJ| ITniskcj, child will reluse to take it.

r TOTe: :-N'x \\c.d!:, si 11. i:dC': i |'rilii.nion \\ ill: .'Jitrfioneer $ Commission .MerchantNO Madeird, Poit. fclicrry Wines.Oi It i is also happily calculated for preventing and removing

::2 l' tw 4i..nl 14 ii! c .1IIII''t'i ( itu. Cc uuiy Conn fit !.l Irish Wliiakcy, wuriantcd gnuine. m.iny u'herdkordersto which children are The above Ointment ii offered 10 the

. % __ 11.'. ('. mi y .JarU'-i'r.:. l.'t l II a.f.'.Im.n's lali.inoiitli Sj'Lill :AtcJ.2: (" ,l:1y k Surtlays. 25 l>Ms! Miilisscs 1 subject, such as bowel or summer complaints, diarrhea sale and certain remedy for those obJllinale pur.r:

.)'j-, b -. .' t'a'e: .Jt >'aiiiM.o; "i P".1"! '. I I'r I f'.i ,i1 C"\ y" docJ J I -- .. --- --- ill"' H.iliiiiioresnpfrfiiie Flour, or looseness, vomiting and purging. it is invaluable some t.I( which have so long baffled tll, kin of ,
t i 'iii: j L i MAti.uxo.s T I U i:. children sufferin cleuee. ---.a
t i I J liOOii iljs iLiltiniorecured Widdltngj and Ha.ns, for allaying those pains which
! I,, SA'l.Ul' t P< ilT.Aju : 1 F..lrl'f't (Onm the S'lh'I"I'I''r' about 10 ii; ys sn'' (, lit linxcs liaisons i catting hdr teeth and if previously used, wijl} lit White Swellingsof every description.

f J nt; >', 1:37. :w.Civ I a 1I'1t1l 1). rl, flay MIIIT 1 I Pi>rcr, rroiip'-if! ma"o .1'nltiit Piunes reuder this operation of nature nerle-tly mild and 2d Sore Legs mind Ulcersof long standing.

I : .- ----,--__ __ ______ p-.c.'. w..I1', mil is alxi:it .1 1 \-rar (,'It!. .Il "I!'o 3000,)O"Ibs best Loaf Su ar free from danger. It is f qua'ly efficacious in rickets 3d Schirrosor Glandular Tumours partiej

,. .'. 1'i d I !i'B X. nteK'it"..-i. i'.il.e! a/i'lV.nii: n ni'lM I Ir :. SMii" n no IW'I mousf rolnrril Mulo3, jraii ol''; 100 ke.s wilier Cinrlo rs and in the infantile remittent lever. It is reccom- tho-ehardened tomourain woraea'cbreutawbicli ''

'. lti<. .Iu.j) .:'' .I| ; .It' '<,"1111'11'1: I fur OIIP nrcfiiii' lir"k( lie .tlerl' 'InhrnklI. :3t i II) hn.s nnd kegs Ti-liacco, assorted quality. ded with ihe assurance that is fully adequate to the limes terminate in ulcerated cancers.

t. 4 .' \ 1. .f)"J "i;,.", ,nv b iii"> s ol 1' A''i'I''!;' .'si ." ".Iii I Anvp1. r
i ; ... j t : oi'S tip-on P>.i. 'a'4uf htv! "%<'Mni\" to it 0.1' my nlantiiinn, 7 mil! n.,rt'i' "a:l rf, Ta'li.I.a'Ti !>U let While aqiura Lead rived from its simplicity and innocence, it cannot do o Catarrhs of every description.5th .

I I ci..d.: OJV'T: L, :il.JUUISO.N! : : -. or tn It. I U. I'orry l'kq' 1'\1.11.! (cc slnl!! !I.. I 2001\ lii-siSpnniih gs Sejjnis anv harmDiicciions- Rheumatic Fains of the joints.

i I t>:\ I: \ 11 j II. rui'i- titeriv: icnaiilrd. Anv. uif r nlo-i: ofllidn viiil Lc I IglJlHy 5 Idids Suar accompanying each bottle.MARSHALLS 6th Sprain* and Braises of every deicrip<* .
t.,. S ; \11) jt "'-i. ,JSS7MIIMMMU ::: (;W rel'oicj II) I II wnatever pail situate- K. ,'*
50 I' Buck Shot i
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t ----- -- I JOHN. TAYL'li Coot.hi' Powder 7th Tetters of all kinds. In thiscomplalnt
30 and
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:; if; .- 'kY k i <;ii C'. Foil, d <'. ur, ( o ;II"'t'lt'l" jursntlit : j SflEHI.FF'S SA I.E.I It) Tierces Uicc Liverwort.For 8th Chilblains or parts affected bjr fro!.

J. : ? r'I| *itm i'i i Uii) 'within iHIM! : j.resiiibcJlf I II I P.Y \ii'ue i'f lliico < xir:li..n> i*-,II.1: from j-iiiirc 50) liuxi's llruw S'i : asthma of blood liver TO 'I Hii PUBLIC. g I

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; S. (;.i5iCKCO.M.: jut I Lin in 'i\or! nf Diniii: I L. Rirli.i.I''."". .iml I II.- complaint*, whooping i prielor of Ju kill's Ointment from toiWjj
HO( i thj
I liL-at Cnlton liajjuing. Hon., J.w-I
M.j" ',. 2 % -17. rl sw i y .i i *$: i si 3 L.imhcil: and! Ai I.t ''11 I a II'. It, d.'ciMs'd] I p.PCI'S .' breas and lungs. I : lIlaaferrlil. member ol Congress
I 100 t-'oils medicine in disci- !
. -_. .-.- .---- ;' ;\\"fo'I.'vi.! d 1 mi, Lrotn.. IIi;: find" ;" m e I ihi" run, i.opo 'I 1 he restora.iVePOwerSofIht5 The gratuitous manner in wluciiii highly intere i u.
r. .5 r.i! > India Picscrvcs atesled the is nude
s been re-
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: MatI'.iul'sh i : .i.n: its. nin i nily removes sligh and rccen' i I
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: Ii i'l', I inr.ei iii (Jini oMder und HysonSiu'ili Te.ta immedia relief to ihose which from neglect my lor a 4Ulllll ero1tJltu
tri< s' l f"I.It'f"ld' ill .d lb I i: gives e
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'Jai i '!1\ U 4i I. j :*;- :ti (, up ; l' SI c -I f> coinmiiimuK.
: : i>miiTin, hiitth-1\ Catir Oil, OpnItln',! k, V l have assumed a more dangerous character, and to ) OU the goud effect \viJi "&iQ'
: -- ---- I'U'I e Iy t satisfy aid c'aims., /. A.l'T::HH.l I : have utd
- I 0 :.ir, Sn"i, >li Biown. Leiiinn Simp, Co-al; Varnish, seldom ails lo cure th* most obstinate caees.I the ointment invented by Mr. JIJkifIJl
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'ave 'n al .S'alninii kp. I-'ormlc low lIther medicine fClrI now understand is nad0111.1 sold
'f I --- -- .c. byO.II.HT will be found superior to any by .
'p W .Ic'" }..tin.-lUv. ..:.'Ut ji.'J fey 1\:1"r. I KohtiiMOi: p,, LINUENBEKOnR. I appointed by : 1 have eal
) hoars-ene youiself.
I ; .. I i jmifs II. COO) K. the cure .f'horlne.fbrc3th, *, wheiving* applitd: tins oinlnlt
i j i -Ml!; i i.( u'< em'.i: at Livery Viaiii T. ..,. : I 12-tf remedial ill of the breast and I It iluun; the last t.me: to
i i il.lli! -s" ( !II29, I IH'iG and promptly soreness ] years every sl'tciu of IUm.
i i::1 i j ii I < u.:.I.l> a i i.dctl' lo. Haiks tun i2! :T\o. I 100( I BHo.UH\\\ NMVORK, : ai.d wuund itlioui
---- t l Innijs, In whooping cough its corrective efforts will w Ku..trc to produce a cure in einstance.
1 3 p. .'"- o-i jh" MUSIie--i no ire*, ai.d e'er:1'-. : I IJi Pine i 'i.ouii.t CLAIMS. 9
mid I
L i txvccn irotl; ( I Strfot, be speedily scovered.Marshall's. I consider u LIme must decided! and totatI

: ; I 1:1'! t i liU '.nj; :j J<- del ZIP< l'IC'l'ut lt.h..i.. ';; ( TITJll! *' j 1'-1' '1!:i' .1 I lil'l -.lid ","i: i' "HII'II'lllIt of! WOT ", 1". MUVAL, .1'1'.111.11 l a'SI'I'111.1 Fraiim I remedy in all cases of turner, be the cause "hjti i

in .4 atf-j.i'-' \t JHB' H't 1i.'. '! C.'i i 'cll.'ur"1nr""III.itiutlf-.oIl'r.I"\\' 01 A. I P"*',i.ii". ..1! W.isliiijti.ii (lIy.fomlt rlj' oftlipJ Tonic Mixture I may, und II.hc found nothiii so good for WOllnda
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't ,.. J.tELLE'\\, [ ll& CO.) ii.. ,'a1.1.i I ) !Hin: J; I ('I.umcu'ill; j ,o.'..'iit; ( nil claims f'.r I I any description. It may be lo add'
; t.n I .1.1 i". ." ,;. nlf1iU1Hi..tH b'fii.p-, ; ; n'sstnj; eau \ \\-l\t\ nm'.l: .1 n.1! ria-i'.y proper thac
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'--' -. : -- -.-- fit J-iii !I. j -. Citlio i 'di'cbiith! 'r.trc| .",1 r.'Mti.l, I IS". :.r '4H ;.1101 < !!..i r proper. y st jcdoitik I n i>fl byli.i I cu;) c of the lu.i.;or tailed the whiic swt-Iiti'j, ivn',l
For and
: ; tX1A'' ;r' : j u 11.! M/. !L.( ''.i) ', I"'r : ib'.s di. >.-In':: Viiitis! IMi : t I n.h s, a',.d I fin l.ors'i-1'. kuled in sri \ ici-. nr lail'11 Ajjue I-'ever. I by tl.e inns distinguished phscians as "incun.,1
t ttLic4.fii I i I fur I j.1' Army JOI1.N I 1'. I D''NAL: Prepared by C. Mirsh ; Phila end for salebv and which i.avedieidcd .uJ!
i 1"1"I .sri inV I 1i.' u1'.I i 'a: I lr-> ',f a.1 I M7.1.. 15 ''I" :'iu. $ tln-y w without '
I, (, SI M Uh\ 1'. 1.11 (bIG ad.1i II 'aiItfly C" 'I: .' : I I rilANCI-s A. 1 1! KLNS. J. EDiriX >TE\V\RT lion fatal to the amrli.
palicnr
I iu. i;- I f's 4 : :'i i;'i i'.f' fl IM 1 j I i'll .ii"l !1"1'"i ?'. M I h.-: I pui\c was nniicr! my irurl
t ia 1'w 11 .'i'X'." l.t .'Hl 8'" Hli t ,111 lltl41dilJ I. -. .,.!: j I 1"l'l.a:: !fr.t i.i.5> "'t > 6:0:
\ ..4t 1.-'c- !; | .b"l ..-. .L' J. '= |' N l U -1. i itt rli |1"l1 jal'', ihnvted!i, t.> J.>lm, P. Du\al.i !, Jan 23, H.17 25 Gus: f lid the patient is n> Cue health ; h.a limb .aT( >.cu-J it
.1 : .1.1 l t awl >"/ I' -01.11:11 7 j i aI.I" e I I uid-t, w d': l lC It". d' d lo.FOR -
c I nu'lt j yihf ci-: : i 'I..! I H: ..1!. C'a-i N ,\ 1 Tab'. II i s' I f.'iLtut:. .or bring listened to a per tic I stale oC s*''U
i ;
11 ,1 'I' A frtsh! : of this VA IX UJLEMEDC1NE:
': U..1.1% or.filln.! supply' I
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j t.j il. ; I :ii'. w."" t.J.' \1.1.1! .iv lnj'i;' I and SALK ncs;. A Is", tint the I Ig of! an aged n>.ii> that liadin.l lWOtIl1t1CJ .
j. II \ KinV '1H 5. ; S (.J J!.,.1!-.[; nl" :M i .it.!<_ ID! >...l>"' ( I'I. a just rcrciveil.PREPARI I and cxlub.t'd, : one ibe./! !! ulcer.utdfc.

.I t.I il.t,. t Ci; LLII.X iH\\ \n n8. Jr. i 'f,i 11 "i.s ,,"..l.tllul', I I t \,:I.rt'c'- i.l I :. .ah rL.I .f.!-, j I n'ln I I Kin tract of Land, one rnile: East of! ._A1LLd' ,. face (rout. the knee tu the foot t. and which, Ibr s>f

Ad.IHU.ltllU 1' ,'t-'lu i *. l(i r\'< n -iri .c':'. MI i- ,s:; y II lu c.1 a ., Jl TIII.lIlas..t1111111.t .' Aiii iisiine road, ront.iiii. Y'S FA than! two years hAd L em considered ncuraVr.rttTictually : .

i .\ i"4 p \.t'"r- .. U.( ".--- -----. ..-.- I h.' M-. TI.III t hl.;, "i.i| I ,. '.T '"1.-... I li, I .7, ,..,- .1. )I !I;i I i,. 50() lcrl's ; soil nilt-nor in none III the Territin a -=- .C cmed.,- the .ij plication tf Judkm'.O'S':

,. -- le-vel and well watered.Ai mcnt. I !.'enLc.n iit;e t's I cases, which fell WK,
lilt'
i\ i..j t AJ' a' a '. 1 .11.1: lnlr tn : i t v, :

j. 7 .J : v. r I'l, ; I -. o ...,11 V !. l' l'telDI' / I:{) (.vX.ILI: :: OJ LOTS j I i-:", I 11..' I'i ii'li 'l'r1lcllite, 'inic! soul ii nfloivn, ;'-- '. my immediate; nolitv .,".I management this us a _
of the ol
evidence efficacy
remedy in
cases
I. j '.2 f.. ;idii,* ,;":: aiztif11ie4a1e ufI .tl.of. I AT I r IM.VSA: : c'unia.nini2; Id :arr-, MM!! uooil, and walrr .
i', .' .. t 1- 4 1.1 ., II. lII1'.lY) ;Jmr.r '\, rK'Jli". ;: <('<'r.d Sih* i.f I I.o's \ill a1.! p'n- m -he I Ij !I L il, Nil- J.i.I'I'II'. hall: nl" *qJart! l frc'I'ililig the good et'cct of this remedy in the cure of ft-

.1( '\-the fit I, I ihc nt-u I'iMiti I housi-,1,11 I tin' nurlh.Lot and ol r of frt!h WIJIIIIII'
: : A1-! 'f *. J-iia j'J. I \oh-1 1':1':11: a 1 I'll' : 4!' \! every species dcems loa.
\.' .- .-.----- ----. ---.-- .t M"v ii.-x: und it i- .1 i itI ufV.. i i l as !I N... 115 1 l riiuitiiiir i i ihc court house ottit aIuu. I ilut amy '"C who will!! observe on the "r..ratl "o(

k : I J\ > Jl: s3!.<.H1I. 4.. 1 hall ()hi.i j' niy 10' I IU'I t n" 'ir -'.. of l'C I'C'II.w..a Ciy G< 1pla. ;" !i r .' .1 trcCl 1 Isiitt lit, nut tc saij.cd a- to ItS bmtficial tS-

1 I > .It' 1H \'\)ttti', ,ohtf t '\ti. .lud:o .*t !lit : .:r" 1'.1 fi'I"IUr', \:7: : j L..l"11.. 23. 2G and 33, cm MiC.irty slrrel, I ran with the ntm.->i con&diiitt rtcon tnd the a

I \ .. '. .r i -t j.i."t ltf..I"JI : 1'Iza .. ii1-nl--a'l'\vd'li-! n.': 'eil in t'e! a1i f this irMlU.tt't; : .
\11 <' *" IU v, a < 11 <-ii .111 .i l lIII nr.ii. thr tiTtiiiiiaiion. :. i "I'! I lIe; rnl ro.ld..! ni:iKintr :a nmelY.I
p I : i d I" "i .* ..I4JHI.: :<,>4tf .1 1 T'r1M.1. \\ : 1. 1' IN1JKIS: I i \ < 1.f'BII' I f"r i!.rah! in Janirirv IM, viz : I Murk: 06S liy 2'0 li.-d.1, vtry pretty situ.' Liini for I ..: in Sir, \ery rcsrfrrntJUILN ; ,! .

a t 4 ', i IIh".1!V':h". 17; : < ''in1 if'1! t... !t, or f minted paper tt x inoiit! I I II 'l'.ALLAFERa
ri'-tili'iicr.!
', a -- ;! vh' !: in t'ri v. I, a puv.itr To Air.1 Charles Htrs tons, pi opuetor of Jmcnt ,ItHm'sJ.(
;/>.vt.\";T' ,.\' tu'jr oriUJ:: : < IJ.'f.n in uinypir )) i I LI>I> N><. 1, 4. 5 and 6 adjuinini the Uuvn nlhe I near J-'itdcrick'.own! Marvlard.JCTPlLfc.,0 .

it, f':; : : iiji> ai;' i. il ai', J .Jniju': "nt niyu.r"llh I ( '. .. '." ''i ii, Wir... 1 I I I ouili \\'f.st, 11I.lkillg$ an idiloniror! 20 acri-, ; 1 :

V ,.11 l) ,s ';'1' I fi;..i5 ,.Hi I i Ito 1'11.1'tli V'v| to ( itn(1 l.ll: i years ( \\iiJioin intircst I. i I i iindora ir.ood! truce, li.it;. a p"id \\ t.1I olwa icr, (lIlt: DC ore lciviim: ii{...psj4! 'roI, II.wl 1 iir.nd iriiii n f II

J ;. '. ',1. .IthljSf-oT: ili< COU"I" I ()t'L<'<-'i> ( ..,lastv I < t ....MII I.I I 1nr. J. \'a&.(.IIe! urn:irii i untrue: : I Ibnni h it, and a eoiiifinlible article in whicu you npp-ar b fi-rc iliepn.ilie a* (pi
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f I ii.. '. .: ,'4'1":1: \.h.IIHI".l.I..l.ij'f: l ihe. ct. ,. I oinp'i-' litlowill: : l.c sirrn '., pn.r'.s-r< 1.,1, the j jn. I Ij 1: ; II"dlin! !iimisc) therenti. [)&Lct.r, nanii-d IIi'isi)IIS' Jutlknis* 1'. Spociuirtmcnt .

.1' 1j .'' i .ItnusHuJiy" tirt-ta.. i1. ;p. \II btnr inori'-'n:- .1 j I'hlil at l p: 'm'll I Lots Novcvvii, nine and tl'n. ndjoininj;. D SOlA'I; LV from vegetable miller bv made by C. Heisfons, near Fr.'deruK, lluv

t t. f" J4J1'i1 I IJAKLUV- u'M!I be f',1 ud oh a.\. Ic. '! iini ro edi IJOUCK, D.ihinioii'! wliii-h may b" and of drsi ried
c It.:1 ,1.fII'1 cnntatitiiifT: each leu -cresvel.. wiwuled and) rich, 1 hnol. it> tRU-acy in ctin s Oil ptrxiuh
T : : fri'in laic ii \vith <'rfcpt !;,,"i ty .ill .' i-s & in' Ltl disea f s
p
T i in > ytr ale bv 'I' M-niial | v
1t/f j. ; ____. __ .__ .! .1of I 5. and aIII.I..lIclld.; Mlu.ited i I /liir; private re"IIIIII.r"I II <. its tinloll!. I w hoiii 1 ail: well ncr,iniied. Since: my :adeni'c
H !I. I !
J rinr
Ii4t'iv. li-s> 'Inn 2Tt | I rout I : ) l I uc r v mj IXI-IMS :Pysjiepsia, :
: :; I nc-S;: ;X tII"mh" ..flt.'! ac' 1 J'IU '.f. .. '.: an,!lnl'a'11 teas' S or (-". ,} .1 fee in dcp'h! '! I Ifi.oi 1 : suld hy .'!lInl.l.v. :lie 1 Iblh day of :March I Loss- :' \ppMiti', In.'! f \1 of IlfiluI.J\i witii
i.-ii'1 l"I.- Il.itin
\(:" 1 t \.u Lii.i It.d IJ.lt'I'r. "I thi' .t toofCI": I 1'itr'h rjni-i I 11.1- \v p bi krm\vn to mil be sold: at a iicting,. 'IVriiii one Ita; Il.rash.. i m.irii I lii> irlD mn. Dir-re.n.: 1 Dy-i t y fir Flux, Piles.! !i be"1I1l mine sufl the s. tins ; t
!If tor with dniMii.gdisC"se
( t 1 ''I, f 1' t fa.. d '. .M.tl, in the JI1"'J t fsl I LI 't.um y C"'" -sfis4tn'L I d.r .rer some years
: I t' i'i': m s; .f \ t ny, made cf exp'anntorv! IflVb. nnd ca'alogu' : S. l iVt'in I :sie! ..1:1tlf..all.. itul a iiiorlg.i; je nil the or Rciiiiiient l-c\er. TYl'lii'rr, Scnrl.t menl illln) own rase, and mu graiitic-l ItiAt: 1 cam
r : *
.I.J..1. f r t **jftli'4n iil tli'-i-ir 1In. I Fever Snnll! P. Er: '
Fire.Attli'naL'lc'iriv
< x, 'ii.c.lalllr M. .
\V. H CIIA-E ) I! i iI .' tt1iiseS in p.eciirr the pnI1IIII.AI..I. Aiilhnny'i il made j'cdcat cuir. J. A E.1: HOmir.tii'K
4 .1\"U-; iVi : N, I> Ct! "r. \ I lcflINON! ? I 1"II"lc.! Y dl.\\ Fc\erC trrile..s!
> interiM ill l'\'t'ralll''cis: I of land on the .l ,r.l .
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: ;. 6Ilt. '{ IB0li i thy Wind the i........ I.., Ch..iclIl1.; !t.,. I r."n.
on fir W.B .
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A. !n.\ |
; _. 'lS. ) ApjIjcLici-! II IHT an.I Ktwvt Ifjler Greek.J. A few .vcuks ago a case hr.m.f"8 sore bi.caire .
J j 1 ; - : .I.----- I' n-nr-nr.! b. lllli: I IH..7. I II II Consumi'tion Ipfl'n'iiztJ, .>l.ls, f'rtii:'.is, I nil 1I\1 ti"11
It \ < I !ts J. G.; SEAKUY. of the rhir: ; I'alt'G..It., 'Mi-iii'inii-in. I Ii..l .fil .t...v I under my' n. tie, the br .ast
1 L ft f'1''WJi Jia\I JsH!'i i> y:'\'n'' th ll 11-:: r tj|. M.i. :1., 'eca
I 4. I'"I..Nl.mfJJ c'erifl (', 10 1 I ? Ke lh: she \v is ill &! .Jld.!
.4'tt ; ur mjnirtt pjc(HI I i '- '-- UK:l.eL", Ill-east of l the I I.,% r, J .UI"!" c'. I i.itu: iy 5thti; great misi-rj ; ie

.; : L... it .'111y! .r"'vn1 it "1'. U. fletn 4'', itJ'.5n !. (onncily I P 'UT I Holli"ol'! .,. lNFOl{ SALK.: nuking Urine, GIn r. f>.5.1'11.., rvoii-s & Sr.nrnl"ii5 jrol : she hail LI.UII slIlf-rillg tliice monrtis uh It, aimd *

t'. ):' ..< t ,i-f'. Citiif<\ i.I.,W. ;\ni1. *4jl ji .ISHS ituli'lit- 1 If VTlllU'Ili I jl; nd'i-.il'i; ons.nre ad ':' -- r,1: 1 II I: nlis. iil.ir is :viI ..nz'-d III s II thrrr \alun. iiff.ni.insi.f lilt mi iit>i rs nnd .t' ..1o"l.'n'1.!. r i'011 ne.ll.' her bed! ; a'ne thin ;iiavt r'.Ixo'c..1 p ciiuct

t t': t i ( :1'.t-t-f'coc: 1' t.1l1ii I n.iUc: i i iediai' j.a> ;i.dlui t1..f ..'.-, : nt lle..f f ih: <* nbi.vcn'! b1an, :twill! :, i.Ii!.i.'I 1I.iris ol I.-iiul siinaud within 5. 1-, $ 25in cnnal ni'd \'enerald&seitseljhtrs, Son s AlLfLitioiisuf l il ; oiler lln.it.-; > had! bru. uic-l. I at.u'i'a.Jllt U

i ..J,: t. i'i,' .n4iiW41.. J 1 III! s H-h I i l" 'nIU'I i\.i( l.i"i.c..1 hvuii'' :.r nfral I i i I I. < Ir.'\ 'I 1 ..th.i bass.c. The first coiitiinbout ihe skin, & all ihbc.i-e-. ri"mx titun Ini.iiic, Cl.Hid, in.I,i.eit, kl'I lug it hud brrn "1cnssf.l nt liked,
i
: ,, .MJrAN11 A. Lf.MMON.Au.i.i'x.. ,a'i.'J: 'I in.i, anti c.viii atiy m.sJiid! '! .tii.diiur.1'I I i i I'JJ Airs I.'. ) rr. ii4| T l.r: c" o!ltl 520 ACMS CO &.c. Purr (I". r bottle S- the got and I'Pi.llIti a a.c.sdmng ti> the dl.-cLionu

(' 1 'll.e/Mi-'ln i i, .1|, a' .',. A"IIIII I i ihird n-i Arrcs n'KMit' 200( r'tait-tl.' : I This, mei'icinc! ha a [.>\ciful! cfTc.lasa b'|.ring ant I companmj :t ; ill 21 li.turs all p.un was ;ouc;

r. i Jtii. 3-. ? i I H.U-U and) fuiir, -SI.I; 4 01 I j pet 1 d.iy, i;I I i'hi.1.1"I .iff ")1'1'11\ 'c i fi.y ill iMiddio FI'.ri.I.I. nnd Fall Purifier, in tho ulinse roiistiiuti'ins quire I ut'uJ..c. and commenced diMiargin! copious'r, and

.. I .' -- -- -t"C -*----- S I il..cujnul; !pairS :,1) i I I 1 VII II bs Mil.! I on terms a !\ :wlage .n* to the piir.'IiHEer. .,.iiiurisliincnt new vi4.r ; such! p..I..ns'lIuld hi- conuuucds'.me days ; thc! iclii ft.I ii v.ieme jI

f -L 4 .oJ';, 1 II. :"d I.e. sJh :> (U I I j HV.. UiiADKN. much bcnefittcd by using two or three bottles, which I to pericet ease cxutcd ll.e wi in i>i'; a t..m"lilnclfllew !

(t.1: 1X i, uj't: "lJ'I': *", 1 Mjllnpply t. 11 1:e H I* *'. I lljjl l .i .1 si': Jon7nl i i j T.I!II I\1! < '"'" Marrh I5ih l&7 tf. 3! may be trtl.cn without rcsjud to drink nr .Iiet. 2.Iumyare dajs reduced her bie-ist toils usu.tl staleiici : ,

: 1 I".ql'p'l .:'n :.Cfl'iieJ; 1 'iijitl! 4..!.irS. c t.t: f.rl'H.t } 4'il tlrt l I per wt'ek. I II person? discasetl for the want of blood, being punned. ,:. days ;I li cure was co.iipIete.C. BEl:;' 0.1
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1ti; .\'i I. .... .,' u.f.. ..';-.X *.,' 'Jjt: a -i-t4"" HI' l '1-4l (1 .'< I.. I I 11 I S at I Livery t :: t I 1'1 Ijttbiit.. : iihiUL.\K( PACKETS. Thousands of puslllIsure destroying their con- Frederick county Al.riI3. 15.

UI ANn. o.vu-: j lo i ilo :: 1 yt I SCHOONER Lady Wash- sliiuiions by ni':lf-ctiug to apply n properrtmedy ; to BEWARE OF IMPOSITION"
Messrs L & R
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t s :T % -. ln'5 l.iT iIIl'feeJ I; ;Ie. .r J. AI Swaim such the Panacea wiU ij<: mt.rc man dnublualuablc I Lowpdes, mcicbnnts, CumlxiaUentlemen
: ._. ._ : in tun, master, As Air
-- -- A11 Iss.rc.In fd hi* I 1in nnd effectual of llcrstous ajeni; for he SMDr
t,J 1 tn'1-.t pud f.r in a han.-f, lili J \ aod.schr Washington Jef-- as a I'crl moans icst'.ring them tptrfect >
I I
'ir J. tj i t.T/-Vy< I.l'",. !: less ':i' pe.sun has in ac "i.ui.tutlh: thtiabcs I II h'I .It h rl'oon. masterill run as htallh! and vgor; I few families arc ixunpi form Win J th.it udkii.'s! Itast patent *p'l"i c tim.mu.t.nt, I wouli

1 .t I ,. I! Ivi <.' i In 1. 1,'' <1 t. Ii." *<'::<'. leg- tit! famct/f J u.km's: Unitnieiu
: iiMucdmetoaju .
: T V J : 'I 1 .d.c {p lU|. ,.t 1" I..f 'Itl F- "\\WI or i. is known 'C V.tfl. :: Vat: !;> and N. Orleans Fur freiht or passage apply loins as Eruptions, Uicerations, Debility, Lo-sof Appetite o1' it-but uhaj' uii. dnoitc.tccf
.' I >m.1! ('inj; in 'hi s::11,1c l..cr.lr; lot l'll -The and Digestion all arising from bio ; ( [ : Jir. Her>U
'. .1 shVhn in i-unnn! I oyd & Co St .Marks or to Kirr & imp.;;re "ul.
.J g i i : < ii i tim" \\s l "Q-'n. } maUc. I used it acriiu.u: to the
} : t .1, "ntM.I l he .1".1 at I 10 'clncl. I'cioiis and if % pruned direelt
t. '. ,i ti'I''i :4,* .* <' 11-i' >1' nun' ;.r r.', "d e rnii KirUsev Tallahassee.Nor I n..t rr'ptrlrt1cndl't.I to, are sure to piodurc but '
lln
; li ,.:. will 1.1 Ii a' cU'sc t.e! {:''. i;I the to the cunstituiion. PHIKICLJ i. my leg kept g. g worse.
j 1.: i"t\. .1\J S '. }.K: 'Ji1JL] : < t !!. lfl-0. IfnfIT greatest injury re- Air ilcrst.. lime
'I 1 I It ____ i h" travelmj; tit west stnppcd at :
I E 1'lan'IUE _
I FOR' commendid nil of the and in -
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: year ular
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''jin t i. uj's } J'K. .
rryaii huu the .
( j./.4i.-'i i i.-L7. rofC'i'Ain I S.ALE; bC U.i: time, n Ijvk.ng ul tt. mintt
1" IN'. ,'! i-.7, i'J 5'4' I FUR :sn III Dievcntativc from all! ti-cases ill warm climates
---'- hid, he nun iJiately pronuuncad it nt-l if Its nt
_._ -- and those
lct hen dieas
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arc prevalent, by
: ,., -- : : Ni': :: Ill !' "co 'ici.- 'tf'--1! 1 I .U.ll GJOLl.Jl.. persons 1 und furnished me with one \ hi h Wl. On ojet
'
: !L.Iii: thc) P. three orf.lIr limesa
j' 'Vf4i. tfj.! ,' taking inacc.i weekor thu-e
4 a' jijic.i-i',4 x\il,!: .
r "i; l \ tt I is il l.t eflhl Veil i i'I itn C. --iiin rs! I and I smelling it I was senaible: of tin tliff reoc. nk
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-i t. JL J '-" ill pMi' '1 li CTUnn' rmirt f.n tie j ili' .M it-It .. ,,1 l(. '! 'u'tie-' ,11..11..111.: <.fDII\,1[ 1,1in l : THE '!ii
.1 [j !of j. r !."'1'1 (If .Hi'! i*)'.iru.i4i: t'l"V :, ., jll"l 11..1\,1 l by ihft'I pelsnn may tear III) pr.hcnsion; ( of being attacked
C.II \ hiu- 'IK' t l'a-l .I lr 1 I i to leg it beuum in A of
: j i in 1'-01. <: i 1 -4 Oil :I. nr&'c s''S gave inc, my ; state urn
It. .. \ >..C'T, wi 1-i "i'il I r. .'e..*.(I. ...hr. t'u..ainrafr.Un wnh the Cholera Yell.Fever., or any othc disease, '
1 iiii'y IK:> t .\IJIlIl.f Me 'its. .! :nllll K III.t. 1J ment on usin: time !Iirat pl.isur, and so continued ai
f in i.Lid xv oo:x -". (w YuiL thu 'ullow- I as (.his medicine! is a valuable rcstiir.ime uf the sys-
I .. I A. ii.MY: ruvAL.Iv i it gilt qu.te well.I !.
1 i. :t7. lem.lhen'by invi oraiingthccon=iitntit, and cnablang
) -.-- I I. firiCiil.NS.Ji'.i'ir I : ill;; ::""d" \ il.I il effects I This ointment i ii ccrtainly very vaKublc. awwe
bear the
to debilitating of all climates i it is
\ : \ H.C, I ti., Ct1 .C'. Si CEi ; >ul.lb. a pty il should 1 !be lust lit the puotic:i ftcoiuilciUit
'MI t j' < : I Srg.ir: ,
:' M t.lq'1.!<-, I I..h..a! nju.iytt' .. II nvejcd by the circnl.iting fluids and corrects thc ir .
1: J i .| '1. >H''..oifliie Cirtiuty C'-iHt of I l'.1: -- -- --- --0 -- I I 11h'rUin.-\. I I':. RUlli. ttndrncy t') all ll-ose disease which originate in vm- article, bearing the nun anti bemj

< '. '.W V i r d "H. lf :ai.n i I1.li.Ill 4.11 t,,!' C l.l/c I ,.. ,'I\\ Wt' !.F/''J6. r",/" '. I!! .M.I .'Ml. ..M.l',12.1' at'd bt.HHl, diseased liver, depraved appetite, or genuine- WAl K .l'EI'ilAJCumberland.

I 1': : f'i.' >i ".4, 4.. <'i u'.cd.I : -. ,, .\\ -. ,. -"I'. ,.z. I!I Sieiy! .IId'I' r<. disposition tot aflcciions of the lungs.It pie :May 24, 'S": !

I > \\". n.\\ 1lt: 1.\\. 1 '.J, i.i' 1r.i F !; '7 '._ :': '' .td ir iC'ia l resembles! in point of lastc and flavour, a rich IVtfiii Rev Bnm/11 n'avgk

i 1. ;i !NJ, i>..:. :i i.w I ; ..-.......:.)_ : .. -- -J'.k.r't.t!,w.>.:t, ::_ 'i A'i\' AIiu.r.d: conhal1110:1'! than a mrdicnic. E;ei y ptison after I have .unw"11' C H .isi.>n3 to be the propr
"! .. t. ;, ; .. .< IJal Judkm's Olntmf.'it for several '
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; p.c ..1.f I taking in sh<;uld have rcronrse to
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: "TS ** I'.' *" }! .- r 'i. ;Jt"-ii, 'J hot 14lr-ly: .L.s! ifi ,T I ..\1' .< J '.)4..c-. .. I >i art* d.uly; exprciin; from N. York pea brig "nPo or Iwn mercury bottles of any this way medicine. In the decline cf in 1\1.aryl.loo1.1I.1II1! the oiitlment made by

1 .' |' u' ..11",1 vjjl In* tit.t'" t. tii$;<* J Ii 1.:1 iri 'h- 'I' I 1.IWillI.I. nnil Schr Iy riin, A generaL usi-'itiii' n' urI hlr. "r when the system has been impaired by excess lu have been i., mush rcputc. Ithas been firque

', '1. i.a d. lid i .v a f h' S*..'i:'inr l...nr. J.ii l : aTrnTz-.4. I I Diy) Oi.inU. J Jt.-:t'ly mi.!e rloihin: II in.w.ire. C,'l- it n.iiiiislics.i strengthen1) and suppmis it :-it is IIQt, used in my o* n lamily while living in Ma ylinJ

'.1[ ,' <1!" ..t. "F! ,. .ii I. I.i- Hnl '.Iil j. /.. S4ll | Ii i -... .. .-... .;I'fP-" '., ;..)'o.t.._..."..0. 1_ iSr ,, .-. ,hrv. Killel'onliei I ;.UK i 'llc.l inis, Pisml;, II.it-, I'II'su'lIin" too t"ir lu adii, that il actually piolongs Inc. .'.n ing my residence in this cry with successB
l.i :1 .f.' flni.: : .t. f -. ". ,.' .... \ iI..I.lIr" mill flu III.. Crm, Glass:; nnd tf'AUGIMelhoelist
.11 6: < i i..I" ill:: in ihi t.-. j'J't .f 't-'f." -. i kerv, Tlns ( II.l'ea has been introduced lO'the public) i for
.: \f v IL .Hal.) .1. .' ;.: .::/ : r .!, '_' ; .. : ;' : I ( '.i.a \\nre.li.ile nnd Twine undMcdi Book Room :Mulberry sLNew
I I" c i u, o-ii HIS 2!.i, .r 1. ;. "' ,, -" It .I.. .. -. ',.'r '. .i t..p. B.iffS''II i a short tilDe, and has received more lesim.on.iils: in ItS ,
:; i i :. ,'. i .i.j. < ji'\ Uii': *; i.lrt-, *i.'Efi lual| ii' I, --' -5'- .' -rJ-\o Jt-.r..t: '". ,I -usviih; a u, ni:r.il .is.. mm I nt .f groceries w hii'h fivotir for; ils clticiicy in York .May SOili, 1:1:
SOShOrltllimethananY"lhcr
: r ;" : N-i.: ; *. .. ..:f.% T i. t u ;. N .v i I-: \ \v i ..-srzt':.. .i> ":.Y.- J-.I'; .J':0' ,/ "1zL; .,,. I i w il bId n.> ;ilJ'r.11 .'1'..-. 'Imy b.ttc a'm' ."OU medicine ever disrovired.! and its hom and To prevent impoaiiiun, C Ilerstons name in.

: a?;; : .N v. '. -.. .:jT I J vx i..- \v joi .N.I: l u ; 7,. ; ''.r.. .:'.;; .": _'.' I:I: !'. llds dry c lar e alum auk hi 'li w ill be &!'d vi ry abroad will! induce liundrc s, aye, lliAUsands.name at to: Nn hand writing, will appear on the envelope

\.n; ; n' JJ : Lm.1: : i; ; -- ; : i, t' (. I, low apply j .2rs, post pant, directed. to him, in FicJetick C
/ I'l'LL! f Laiidiiil. fi'r il to rca > the true \irtue thereof.Nolwiibslaiuling
:, i ; ?. KJ.S-J.. 4. I. .' "l. n' .N-jrivj,. i ix'J '\ supply i> Iouj.oi"r| garden : 'l ht-y h IVP 1.1f:1': anti romnu 'f'UI!' wirfhouon.! ; \Id will be attended
;\i !1...i 's :ni'": fl:tun1,1iK j 'I',t ri-Oeni.! .J] a.1 l I II attempts may be made t" impair
4.' < .-4. :, .i ''.. l.'ii :. I la,1: i 7, II j n- :0: unr.uitr II i rnj.! n *hi .1 I,. r.'rstnrl" mClcIItlizc.) coitonnnd o'hci I For Sale whoLesale! and retail by .
: t. 21 I 'nHU;- & :)1'01\; n.Mrn.xLL.j >. I lr.h Ly I 1.1: i. PI'.i: h I\S. j ji : !pio.li i: .. tlii'y! uill |I.., .,10:111110 I the sbipiing[ nnd the con <-iice of the public in the elHcary and curarMe E BARNARD 4- CO. Dru -.
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i I It. r. i 111; I l' ,):f |110' er ">f this medicine, it will <;o on to
,\"iIto: a .1 1 U'... B. ; _. :, ',. 'al..1 ,"I"hllle. .II"I..ill buy and nd- conquer Tallahassee 17ih. IS36: 6-epw-1y'r
'IUaUa1hc. I -- ____u__. _. ___ _._. t I II'H f "-" s, tli-casc relieve the .itflicted, and earn for itself the Sepi.
-c J &l i .a .a "t. u I'och il-th. I J"2i. :.; lionti'inl ,ih them l.c good
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nc i ) i n r- lo hip. -
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_. opinion of tliousands and tens of! thousands. Already The; SuUsTrihere having associated them
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cd tinI I. t-d St :
t'i
i .:. I': 11'1 '," ..1"1 4 j i '' I .1.i ill .i| ; .. t.i U.o 5' 'mi.: A -r.': .\(; 'I' .flall.l.: C'IIIj>'iiii;.' 4in I >0ir rs i iX inuul :: .1. in e'ns:.uiy to p'tt in strict ilU-nti"ii n f.e-loi-ll; hey busintst pledged i-n- it hasiarnrd for itself name which tlis'ardly it- in Mercantile business under the firm .f Menv

.r ,I .' n t 4. <. ;" I.,1.,1. I <]'< riii < '.IIIIM! u.i. "-1'11.' .rllc'I I.i I'.iyn'.. 'Tnxvi.-liii! | : I I IaU"I.t l.l-.t- I to I I.lit.joy tacks lnn.ll reach ; that such is the fact, the numberof & HJXVCS, beg leave to inform their I Iii

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c'r r i 1.: 1II.8'\j9.jlI.I i : :.Iid. till' : Jh..llli.! ; s .1'11.1 i ; and were it necessary there could be obtained
ik y II'IIIIIIS I lu\vi >hiji.! \vlii( ii lie M.rj'i.'b, (Oct. 5, lf-33 lOif'Miersfors in the store t lortnerly occupied by the late &
(;. \J Ll> M CLDLL .N I numerous testimonials uiulerthc sanctity cf the
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( .II.I..U..N l iir I ttir \\ hi l. It ii'iin, :1 tid ,tr I sideotMonrne Street
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an i i the
V. : .J i \11 11.- 7 ';. .. ': -- oaths of those who, nh r sutTcring the most acute and S. Miller on west
-. .- -- HIo'II"5 til 1 IA. miles. 7'iiu'e--iituiii! ufsci'liDiii'J !. m; Ij f' ; g p em long rMotracti'd illness, have been entirely restored tohralth.but opposite Washington Square in Lie City of
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Nc1! 1., ; tl.l''III.le I le, on accointni'datingti-rins il does not enter into the comprehension; of lal-assee, a genenl' assortment uf pry CHard
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) |1..1'I 1 ii ;s nl' the I lii-i t (rpi.ini. I ll lilt bci'n [p.II""I/IIC I : : and Lo' si how it is possible for botanic Groceries otTer
i.j ;:.. .. .1't'1fHUt I I' HOUSE ua ed on -MooreSiree. many, medicine lo efTe.'t i Ware and whicti they
: : ; J'UIH'\lr.Jlna'} ; > i d li- \:'.'-iii Jiitl rs to lieMKic; Ill' I.t! b-st svc I Ii .t ..'::; ., ill 'he city T.iliuha-see. The such wonders in the healing art, as experience has I sale otiaccorudatiug terms.
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:, : .1 L t-.t ..t'HI1: .illinil$ tn ;U Ip. .\ i tj"i" h: ih.il; vny li'iuii'id! \.ili..il.i-: I ii\\isbii, L>.t u m -.irc.s 110 feet Iron by I ICO fret rear. The proved then competent to pei form, but such Are the I). McRAENY.

p. ; I 1. ,' '. ., J.. lr1iJ 'I'J : 1 '' ;I II: :,i riinii. I Iii; i i. i.v I n.d j !hni-e! h a convenient I, spacious and cotnloriablc res- f.icls thuihcycannot I be denied. SAM I.. F. HAW;

.IOS.Miii( .: I1' Iii.t! > .' il n a su-, ) 1j1l.I.! ;:i d! .>!' hi..I : idenc iti.t!. P ndrni ol that portion, which is now oc- The above medicin.can be obtained of G. H. &T.

: I _I\j j ,' H 1"1:47 l : 31 I 4w: !.-'rirlir i'i!' :....1.1d!...cs! 1..1" !, iii ;piuve'd In be1lirs' cu i tl as a Fancy Si' ore, E. LINDENBKRGKU: Monroe stre' t. Tallahassee, Tallahassee Feb. 25th 1S37. 29.if '

: j ___ a.I..I.. d I.i :1..- u ..tlt.ehiii! 'rfnI"op..f!! liiirrnlii'ii. j: 1 I..0 a.su: t.flerlor sale his unimproved lo, on the Florida with proper dirci lions for u.in.j it. 45 Cotton Gins.

J.I.j.. } liS lnujT": 1V) <3I1JIS Hg.iillM' llo CN- Fiui., ibr l.ici.iu CO n:) loot s iee:, measuring KG lee fnmthy ISO back.
t k yf UWI I u' 4;. \\*. M ye s "if Jilf M I n ; "II .'.III.i ,.! Ii.% 1.'l'oll'otc'- : The subs, n'-er will alSo dispose of his entire :stockin ::,. THE I subscriber will carry on the IX Iron framed cotum gins from I3raintrCeufactoryexpectct'
CVmii'v will 'Uil l lui'i, ll iliiylicliudc % tEV biititi ..iv.ul.ibleus: a'.1111 Tin Wan manufacturing business S i11Levina .
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a ; dclii- '" -4i.l I 1..II"t.: a; ri'ij jitcd to m l.c p.sy'i.; I) "\' a I hiIIi. i|I Fancy and S aple Goods Groceries, Hardware ) .. -". an l will at all times have ( n I for sale at the manufacturer's pnlc. .

to lL j ::1 ..:t-. ,.*,*1. I f i-n..4'l! i is *' i''!! \\ ;-r".I.lnvililt II.I .; "l' -11'1111 :, (iiiitrj', kt&c.. His Stock is large anti well as, ,- hand a general a.ssorimept, either I I ". RBETTC.

j \.MP.S: CAiKnr.vJiwl : I"ltti4't' i1uis&igh: M, III ;. 1il'dlhljlll"'CI. hull; of| liie"c..null :i M-r ed, uh uch goods os arc well adapted to the a1 Lull-sale or retail on as reasonable terms as i Nov 12 1836. 14if _

k Allu" i. ', .in'I' .":;.rdllll In .iuhiI iii situ:iiim.s |/1': a !i hid I lie t. can be sold in outhei markel-
I h.'j, R71 ; any
; I 'I .- (. w ir-i.'i; 11t':. Thii.u.; .' i"u.HI I'luin,, Td.IIIcc: : lu Stl. t. For pa nknlars apply to R. ]. Hackle/, or Hugh Country merchnn's and others are invited to call Groceries, Provisions $'c. 4c;
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--------- M.nKs i Iii bV i.e.11; II> (''IIII.ftll'1:1 aliiird a i. AIcher, my authorised agent. anJ satisfy themselves. FLOUR, Butter, Cheese, Sugar, Co.fl e.ltiCl
\OTICE.
-1 rlu'.ip iin.l! u.idy arn-ss 1.. 111.1 11(1:1 I l'ir: its prodi.cc Wm. MANER.! WAI FRANCIS. box Herrings, Swp, Riisins,

rx4/ eek :llw,' chl/ I bltall'l/'l'lr t'111H: l1 rt., A lunjj tIt dll will la :.ri\'I'IIIr(: the' ficJlcr : Tallahassee, Dec. 7, 1836. 18-lf Tallahassee Jan. 14, 1837. S3if N. E. Run, W. I. Rum, Whiskey
( pail
t c :fhc Bounty c >Iirt *.r Lr"lIf..rlt'c'rsu'i Spanish Uiaudy, Cogniac Brandy, Hollam

f Oi1iimijiU'ali.vi j C II the suit ol Xachariah C. I-'orl l l.ikff &\Ve-Iir.nil,i'I I I.il': puicii I isc iiii-iicy. For lenn Jippl.v' in It. Y. .-\J OTKJP..-;ix weeks after date 1 shnll rjmly i,. London Porter. Tobacco; II ird IVore, Shoes, Hats, Cap,

BjjJ! county, 3ea : E&q. alldhas-ce--, nr. In the jlrnprictllr.'l'IHniA ; 1'i. the Han Judga of the C.muntyCour: of l tin DOZEN bottles received per brig Alert Cioihinp; S Id !lory. &C.AU *"

: H.G.nUCHCOM- RANDALL lor leltcri administration on the utnta of VVm. Le/ 300 from Liverpool. For silo of which ho offers nt wholesale! or retail,

1 *!luchIJthII7. :u.tr.I TalaIiate! February; 10, 1H37. 27-lf late 'lf 1I1I1 county dcc. WM. LEE TURBUTT R- BE'I by TON warehouse of Feachy & Mane Su Marks.Dec. \,
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