The Floridian
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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: May 27, 1837
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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pdn' 1DJunb5eq, lItiDst'rtion. AdrertisementsU .Jjz : eyes, how bo was surprised instead of the .

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", "-.aai1 t! .tIa1L: -- Charles was a sensible I wish ,.
yArnTY1flh0Tt .W .'1SnB1B U1'r W, U a '1'IIL.( wuage young man;
9. I there were more of them-and be reflected a .

fle: rMTED STATES PASSED AT THE SECOND Sf'J- lies and advantages of the esublishmeat of a nary For the six moment before he said, "Emma, my love
810N (>r THE TWENTT-FOCKTU CONGRf.8.j yard fifteen hundred dollars. For the Creeks Chickasaws thousand dollar For carrying into effect the treaty with the Ottoes j get your bonnet and cloak en and walk with I S
forty-seven thousand &
For the survey of May river, from Tybee bar to dollar eight sixty and Missonriis of the fifteenth October, eighteen tne.'if you Dlease.' Emma looked as if she '
Bialft$appropriations for the naval scrricee the Hunting island fifteen hundred d tlUra sim hundred and thirty-six three thousand doUan-
for For the
$jc'T one thousand eight hundred and thirty l l3t ilar object. forty dollars.duapaws four thousand five hundred and For carrying into effect the treaty with the Omahas weald like to pout a little longer, bnt Charles i _
year For payment to Thomas Ilanis of the fifteenth October said "come." with such serious its
of hi,proportionof Foi the Florida eighteen hundred and thirty gravity on I
It'r nacltd by the Senate and House of Repre. the sum of two thonsand dtllars, apojopriated by and ten dollars. Indians nine thousand six hundred six two thousand: four hundred and seventy dollars. I countenance, that Emma thought proper to ..

Fe.rel of the United States of America in Con- Congress, for the capture of a piratical felucca, in For the Pawnees twelve thousand dollars. .i For carrying into effect the treaties with the Sioux !I accede, and nothing doubting but that it was
JCIItsU eighteen hundred of the tenth fifteenth 1
ttibledt, That the followirgIUDI.. be appro- and twenty-three twenty-nine dol For the September October and thirtieth -
." l lars and sixteen Cherokee, west, six thousand n.ne hundred November to purchase the carpet, took his arm with a
j for the naval' service for the year one thonsand cents. and sixty dollars. eighteen hundred and thirty.six,one :
Lot hundred and thirty. ,uen, in addition to the .ua.q To detray the expense of examining the shoals of For the Ottawas and thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars. !smile of triumph. They crossed several

balances of former appropriations, to wit : George's Bank for the purpose of determining upon hundred and thirty dollars.Chippewas sixty thousand 8 For pay of four additional !subaenis three thousand streets in the direction of Brent' until they S :

cJtoT:;I:' commissioned, warrant and petty officersn the practicability erecting a light-house upon the For the Cadd es, ten thonsand dollars. dollars. ; at last stood before the door of a miserable ; p
g&mefl, 1'-0' milliop four hundred .and fifty.urtb0Ua same, (in aid of the general approj/rations: for the For For defraying the expenses of a more particular _
of six' hundred and eig hty-iix dollars. navy) five thousand dollars. nine thousand transportation five and incidental expeises, twenty examination of the vaca.H: Indian countrysouthwest tenement on a back street. :J'Where in the _

To ennll the TreMdent provided he should deem Sec. 2. And be it further enacted That the follow For removal and hundred subsistence dollars.of the Creeks and of the .Missouri river with a vie'r to ascertain its world are you taking met" inquired Emma _

necess-v; >'. to&r a bounty for the purpose of pro- ing sums being; the unexpended balances of former of articles according to the of: the, purchase adaptation, in quality and extent, to the accommodation sbi inking back. Charles quietly led her for

JIIOta.II the enlistment of seamenseTcnty.two tloupd appropriations the which have been carried to the accountof fourth Mardi, eighteen hundred and treaty Lhirty.two.1&twenty the dollars.ef the tribes yet to be removed, three thousand ward. and lifting a latch they stood in a littlo _

., dolluL! surplus fund, be, and the same are hereby appropriated subsistence of the families of the warriors in the service For holding treeties with the room, around the of which three small _
naval Id be of Sioux Indians] grate
For of superintendents, constructors, and paid out any m.uey unappropriated of the United States and for the attending to ex
1'Y coil establishments nt the several yards, sixty in the treasury viz: the sales of Creek expenses tinguish their title to tha': part of their lands lying children were hovering closer, and closer, as
all hundred and For carrying into effect the !cserrntions and investigating east of the Mississippi river, five thousand doUr,,. the cold
thousand, four seventy dollars. acts for the suppression the frauds committed ua these windswept through the crivices in
lint Indians!! and theau.sosof For the of
a deputation
lenD hundred and siztj-twe Uiouaod of the slave trade, including their in the Uni. their expenses of the N. York
For 'Pto\'Ioienl. hostility hundred the d walls. An 'emanciate'd<
hundred and uity-fivc! dollarsfornptirtof ted States and for a term aot exceeding support six months hundred and seven and one thousand six: Indians to visit the country west of the Mississippi i. aayed being, _
eight seventy-six dollars. with a view to the selection whuao Auiunk features, sparkling and
vessels after their arrival in a permanent residence eye
in ordinary, and the repairs Africa of all removed For the
removal and .
persons subsistence
of the Soninoles
eight thousand
[ dollars. flushed cheek of
"d tcir of vess-l an million from the United States under the said eleven spoke deadly consumption
acts hundred
ind: *ear commu.llon. one one and forty thousand dollars. For the _
to hundred and fifty;thousand: dollars. lhousand four hundred and thirteen dollars and afty- For the removal *ne subsistence of the Oiawas: of Saganaw expenses for the of a deputation of the Chippewasof lay on a wretched low bed the slight covet- _
same object two thousand dol-
for dicinci and surgical instrumeus, hoipitaljtorei seven cents. the Maumce thirteen thousand dollars-: ing of which bearly sufficed to keep her frem .

I! other expenses on account of the sick, thirty For payment of prize money to the officers and crew A For the removal and subsistence of she Pottawata lars.For defraying the expenses of Hcndrick a Stock- freezing while a spectral babe, whose black S _
of the late
.bousand dollars.FnrimprOTCmCflts private armed General
brig mies of
aiae Armstrong 4- Indiana, and for incidental
locating resfrvalionand
bridge and of
Indian two chiefs
loway and their looked
and the eyjs unnatutally large from its extremo .
representatives of such
necessary! repairs the navy as may be dead, two expenses under the treaty with he Fottaw a- attendants, who have visited the seat of Governmenton
nnltP"rtsmouth.New! Hamjuhire; fjrty-sevcruhou thousand dollars. ttmies of SL Joseph, of ho twentieth September, business during the present:: winter, onc thousand thinness, was vainly endeavoring to draw sustenance ;
pud:! fvcn hundred dollars SEC. 3. And be it further enacted That the Secretary eighteen hundred and Iwejty-eijht, ninety nousand dollars. from the dying mother. .

For improvements and necessary repairs of the na. of the Treasury be, and he it hereby authorizedto five hundred dollars. For defraying the expenses of a treaty with the 'How arc you Mrs. \Vrightl" quietly inquired _
rj prd at Charlesiown Massachusetts one hundred diaiiibule the residue of the prize money heretofore For the removal and subsistence of the Chippewa Wyandot Indians ol Upper :feandusky, in the State Charles. The raised
ind tnty-four thousand dollars deposited in the treasury belonging to the crews of Ottawa, and Pottawatamirs, under thc treatY ef 26th of Ohio, one thousand dollars. woman feebly

Fcnmprovcment and necessary: repairs of the nary the men-of-war Bon Homme Richard and Alliance I September, eighteen hundred and thirty-thr.-, and for For holding treaties with the various' tribes cast of herself her arm, "is that jeu Mr. West : .

yard at Brooklyn, New-York uly-t\vo thousand commanded by John Paul Jones, in the revolutionary I locating reservations and incidental expends[ : under the Mississippi river, for the cession! of lands held by Oh how glad I am you are come-your mother .

fa hundred do liars. war, among the several persons entitled thereto and the treaty with the s\me. of the twenty-niilh July them respecaivelyanIl fortheir removal west of said !"-ullas not been at home for a month,
for inipro'eincnt and necessary repairs cf the navy to pay them the sums respectively dueL out of any eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, one ItunJrcd and river; and with the Sioux for the cession of their and the who
jird it Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Unity-four th.u- money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. thirty-two 'housand dollars. country lying east of the same river and for lady promised her to look after f
iand tight Iulldrcd and fifty dollars. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That the scm For locating reservations, and incidental cxpcnsrs the expenses of a more particular, examinationof defraying you in her absence, only informed me todayof h _

For improvement and necessary repairs of the na- appropriated at the last lesion for the erection of a under(} tho treaty with the Winnebagoes the first of the vacant lands, west of the Mississippi: with a your increased illness." "I have been very S

VT yard at \Vashingtoi-, fifty-two thousand eight hun brick enclosure of the navy yard at Pensacola shall August, eighteen hur.dred and twenty-nineone thousand view to ascertain whether it be sufficient io accom- ill," she faintly replied sinking- buck I S
I be on
irtd and fifty dollars. I erected to suit the present plan of the yard and in dollars. modate the tribes
remaining east of said river
For improvement and necessary repairs of the na17 I j such manner: as the Nay Commissioners shall direct. For carrying into effect the treaty with the fioux thousand dollars. seventeen her straw bed. Emma drew near, she arranged -

j-ard at GO&I)-.rt. Virginia one hundred and forty EEC. 5. And be it further enacted, That under the and other tribes ef the fifteenth of July tighietn hundred SEC. 2 And be it further enacted, That the sum the pillar and tho bed clothes over the feeble '

toasand, file hnndred dollars. laws pioviding for the gradual improvement of the aDd thirty so far as it relates to the Sioux i half- of five thousanddollars| be, and the same: i is hereby sufferer, but her heart was too full to speak I
For improvement and necessary repairs of the navy navy, the President be authorized t. cause articles ofa breeds, and for compensation to a blacksmith under appropriated out of any money in the Treasury not Charles observed it, and felt satisfied. t:
nrd near Pensacola, seventy-eight thousand; dollars. durable character to be purchased for the I the of otherwise I
armamentand act the thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and appropriated to enable the President of
For ordnance and ordnance stores, seventy-two thou I equipment, as well:! asthe building of vessels.ATIT.OIED thirty-four, one thousand one hundred and twenty the United Stales by suitable agents to inquire what that beautiful girl your bridd I heard you
ud dollars. : March 3d, 1S'J7- dollars. depredations were committed by the Seminole and were married." "Yes, and in my mother's

For defraying the expenses that may accrue (or the For the Omahas: loways Ottocs and Yancton and Creek Indians on the property ef cii.zens; of Florida absence she will see you do not suffer." "Bless
flowing purposes to wit: for the freight and transpruiion AN ACT making appropriations for the current expenses Santie Soux, ui.der the tenth article ot the! treaty of. Georgia and Alabama, immediately before the c CharlesVest bless for
materials and of the Indian ipWncernent you, -- you a good son
ot stores of every descriptor Department, and for fulfilling the fifteenth of Julp eighteen hundred and thirty In of actual hostilities on the part of said .
; f.rwl.arfage&nd dockage ; storage and rent treaty stipulations with the various Indian tribei, relation to half-breeds of these tribes, one thousand respective tribes of Indians ; wha' amount of depredations ofa good mother; may your young wife de :
yavellingeXpensesofotTiccrs and transportation of for the year one thousand eight hundred and committed you-and that deal
thirty dollars.F were during the pendency of said sere w wishing a good
amen ; louse rent far pursers when attached to seven. ..r the various expenses growing out ef the location bos'.ihticsvhat, portion of the Creek tribe were en- for you. Yon are very good to think of me,'> .
tird!* and slauuni where no house is forjnerM lie it enacteJ by the Senate and
provided House
of Representative gnged in such and
; hostilities what
and sale of Choctaw reservations and erfectiiig have
{ for ; of the United | she said looking at Emma "and are just .. S
expenses; commissions ckrk hire, office States of America in Congress titles to the same, and for additional compcn-ation to been committed by a remnant ot said tribe supposedto you i
mtt.tationery & fuel, to navy agents: ; premiums assembled That that the following sums be, and blacksmiths, as provided for< by the ninth section of be friendly and a part of whom were actually employed married.. Charles saw Emma could not speak

,utincidental expcnaej of recruiuu: ; for apprehcndn they are hereby, appropriated, for one thousand eiht the act of June thirty, eignicen handled and ..thirtyour against the Seminolc.>, since the removal of and he hurried her home, promising to send
; compensation to judge advocates : hundred and thir/y-scven, for the purpose of the main'body of them west of the and the
the paying ( eight thousand eight hundred and sixty dollars. Mississippi poor woman coal that night. The moment I .
(&jr ptr diem allowance to persons attending courts current expenses of the Indian Department, and that the President the information
For carrying into effect the fifth and sixth section report so acqaired reached
home Emma
they burst into
uraal and courts: of inquiry for printing and i of fulfilling treaty stipulations the various Indian its S
; sta- (If the treaty with the Osa!!:esof June setoud.eighteen to Congress at next session : Provided, Nothing

liwtry of every description, and for working lith- i triuestobepaid. out of any money. in the treasury "unAr..1 ..n<1 twpnlv-flre.' rtlativf. t<. reservations for hereinbefore...- .. contained- shall be so. construed. as to tears.. "My dear Emma," said Charles soou : 4
and for books! : ,
erspltic charts
press map! i ? ly "I hope I have not given you too se- .
uucaland nautical instruments .. .. ., ..
chronometer .
to and drawings fur the and ,: t i. % .. : .. ,.. 1 shock. It i is sometimes salutary to '
purchase .
p. r
Ire ei'tnci and machinery; and for the tej rej ,.-r' : : ; ., ,: j.:::. .1: .::: : >. !_ : S i. 1 r.: ; l. .S ., ,' S.- S .. .. .5 !.> ,"- .' 5 on the miseries of others, that we may ..

&MAsenines; for the purchase and mainten \ erly appreciate our own happiness. Hero I I f

aen and horses and for carts, timber \\ hee: 5, 1t.- : ." containing dollars
purse seventy-five ,
"iLmcn' tools of for S you S
every description ; pos ai'. -
S "
it .
iccnon: public: sir*ice ; for pilotage & towu .. I. spend as you please.
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cabin fiiriiitur.iietTlAd --- ---- .S. t
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., tho
assessments on public property ; for kept it plCP7 aliirciiug vunuit.ii
ate: rendercd to > ESCS in distress ; for iicil.kejirat =!. '.'. I. S : \. ,..... ant. were taught to bless the name ot'I
.c,. .., '. .. -' -t.; SS. .,. :
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yards, not applicable nth Wet and it formed
the last
pillion nay; for coal and other fuel ; and toany for cam ..., ... ,.1.111... ........\ ,. ., v ;a S i.er.' .t, .1'I. 2'. _.,.SS f .; '. ..I.j 5;.. ....u c i.. v _u-.. .. tt" t\ ....\ ma articulate .4.
d tor of magazine hour S .' t.ca." I. P' .. !/.nt.- ;: '" '5' "'.. ::1.' 1 I- :<.1. .. ., mur on the lips of the dying sl crer.
; or
repairs ,. S SSt .5. .., ... .
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paring; moulls for ships tote built and foi S. S S 4 -.5.i' S. :; ; .
three hnndred and tliirttisand 1: ;...,'1" .'. .J... [', 'BATTLE OF THE FLEAS. i
rpurpose whatever f. I :.,... ... ... ,
six hundred dollars.: >" tbecor't ; .*wb ..I J UIIT.; LUll ticiti" C'C;....:....* .........O* .... Ihirt*, AFTER MANNER GF STERNE..
For contingent expenses for objects not hereinbeiie ogencie*, and repairs thousand dollars. ] four hundred and eighty dollars. TiE % 1
enumerated, three thousand dollars. For postages, rents.'stationery. fuel for officers and For additional compensation to a Mack!miih for I AN ACT to change the title ol certain officers in the These are them same back-biters, cried I. I

For pay of the officers non-com missioned officers, other contingencies of the Indian: Department seven the Menomonics, as provided for by the ninth sec lisa n3v}'. seizing one of them with fury that above all ( Lt.
fcsicians ana privates, and subsistence the officers I thousand dollars of the act of June thirtieth, eighteen hundred & thir- Be it enacted by the Senate and Tlmtse of Repi esentativcs other nettles I detest-and 1 put you to death .
i the maria hundred 0liixt tiiound For the salary of one clerk iniheofficeof the Governor hundred and dollars. I i! of the United States of America:' in Congress -
e corps, one y.thrce ty-four line twenly That from and added I, killing him, in the name ofrny back- .
Wisconsin in Territory who is ex officio"iupeitnlendentof assembled after tha passage of ,
and nir.eteen dollars and sixty cents. For additional compensation to blacksmiths for the .
Indian affairs eight,hundred dollars. this act all\ masters; commanda lit" i i'J the shall biter Mr. --, aDd instantly another of
for the provisions for the ncn commissioned officers Senecas and Shawnees as providca: f nr by the ninth I navy ;
For the salary of one clerk in the office of the act- be taken to he and shll lie called ;' commanders" & them seizing backbone
nucians and privates sen ing on shore} ser rants and section of the act of June thirticth, eight* en hundred upon my gave me a
.t&mpmcn,thirty-three thousand four hundred! and ing superintendent of the Western 'rcrritory one and thirty-four two hundred and forty dollars. I and shall all be callel sailinirmasterV J "'masters: "shall but be likn to be and L devil of a man.le-I snat-bed at him with my I J
thousand dollars.For ; such change in title
l wv'irht dollar. and eighty cents. For agricultural assistance for the Sacs and Poxes, I
the Six Nations of shall not impair or in any affect the rank fingers my grasp bouncing at 'J
clothing\ ; thirty-eight thousand hund.ed and New-York four thousand in addition to the amount heretofore allowed and lo way pay,
fir-ire dollars. I fit. hundred dollars. which they are entitled by an equitable construction or privileges, of any master bammandant: or sailing-: a greater rate till I fortunately caught hisi- 4

tor fuel, fourteen thousand five hundred and tight y For the Senecas of New.York, six thousand dol of the treaties of the fourth of August, ci;:hiecn hun. master commissions now in the service ; and should they receive and now, you wretch, cried I, thus do I de %
ref dollars. lars. and the fifteenth of July. eighteen new or warrants, they shall respective- and thU cried I '
d-ed and twenty-four !!: ly take rank from the date of their stroy you; ., catching anotherof a
For keepin*. the present barracks in repair until I For the Ollawas four thousand three hundred dol. hundred and thirty, seven hundred and forty dol present them is Mr. and this Mr. -. .
itwores can be erected and fr r the repairs of bark lars. la rs" A.-rao" March 3d :
at head-quarters and Portsmouth! "ew-Hamp- For the Wjandots, six thousand eight hundred and For the purpose of supplying a deficiency in the 1837. am not naturally cruel, but the bites: of thcso

iire, ten thousand dollar forty dollars. sum applicable to the payment annuities for eighteen skippers fired my imagination, and similitude

For the transportation of officers non-corumission- :I For the Wyancbts, Munsecs, and Delaware, one hundred and thirty-six caused by the reienlio, as mIIQJ! .i1m between fleas and them made me terribly ', .

W officers<< musicians, and privates and expenses of thousand dollars. commissions on disbursement, by Lieu.'t..ut N. J. fierce-Ab, said I, perhaps 'tis my own fault,
six thousand dollar ; For the Christian Indians, four hundred dollars. of this amount two thousand S
fruiting, : Eaton, UniuA States army, THE BRIDE-A SKETCH that
milk human
For medicines, hospital stores, surgical inntrumentsd For the Miamies, thirty thous&ud one Luudred and scuen huAcJred and eighty-nine: dollar : Provided nature and my motber-if k kmfblood
Emma had wheeled the sofa in front of the
pay of matron, four thousand one hundred and I Iirty.nnie ten dollars. always That this appropriation shall not b. so was not sweet the 1 4 I
& dollar. and twenty-nine cents. For the Eel Rivers one4housand one hundred dollars. construed as to g'ue any sanction to any disbursing fire, and as Charles seated himself beside her not attack me; 'tis the sweetest fruit the birds '

For contingent expenses of said corps freight, (er. officer in retaining commissions on any sum of money he was certainly a very happy fellow. Alas, have been picking at.
!iqetoll, wharfage,and cartage per diem allowances For the Poitawatomies, twenty thousand, eight hun paid by him in pursuance of treaty stipulations ; but he had as yet only drunk the bubbles on the 1
courts of inquiry compensation to judge dred dollars- considered the of the :
attending the it is still duty
on :
idrocates. housa rent where there are no public quarto For the Pottawatamiesof Huron four hundred dol proper contrary officers to use all! legal means to compel the cup. Emma looked lovely, for lie glow of "TiiE TIMES.," on MONSIEUR TONSON COME t 4

assigned incidental labour in the quartermaster'sfcp lars.For payment of said sum of two thousand seven' hundred the warm coal fire had given a bloom to her AGAIN.

.rlment, expchses of burying deceased persons bepng the Potta,.atamies of the Prairie sixteen thou. and eighty-nine dollars retained by Lkuteiant N. usually pale cheek. which heightened the lus- "The times !" says tho shipper--"the I
sand dollars.
\ to the marine corps: printing, stationery, for J. Eaton. tre of her dark But there "
eyes. came a shade times the merchant-"the times > '
< For the Pottawatamios of the Wabash, thou Hughes &. says .
;t, pr lage on public letters expensensin pursuingIIcncrs. twenty For payment of balance due Ar.drcw
candles and oil for the different stations, sand dollars. & Jonathan L. Bean in compliance with an arrangement thought over Emma's brow and her hus- says the mechanic-"the times ! says the

Hw frr the men,barrack furniture, bed &.'\Cks. spades For the Poltawatoiuiej of Indians seventeen thousand made with them February fourteenth eighteen band instantly remarked it. It i is strange how bank director-"the times ! says the broker :

Bet, shovels picks and carpenter's tools, seventeen dollars hundred and ninetr-lwoby Superintendent Indian soon husbands see clouds over their liege lady' -"the times-the times ! !" every -
fcosand nine hundred and seventy-seven dollars andfcaythree I For the Chippewas. Gttawas, and P Pottawatamies Affairs at St. Louis. i in pursuance to instruction! brows. It the first Charles says
was "the times-the '
cents thirty-four thousand two hundred and ninety dollars. sixteen hundred dollirs. I ever one- times-the times .
from the War
For n.ilitary stores, pay of armorers, keeping arms For tile Winnebagoes- thirty-seven thousand seven For the payment to Charles Kodgers Uie I1ppr"H'd saw there, and it excited his tcndcrest inquiries. ! echoes the press from lo; to New '

repair, drums, fifes, flags accourrements, and oid-I hundred and eighty-five dollars. value of a distillery built by him prior to the act of Was she unwell?- did she wish for a.iy Orleans. "What is to be done says tho .

net stores two thou sard dollars.: For the Menomonies thirteen thousand nine hundred 1834, and afterwards destroyed by order of the Indian thing-Emma hesitated she blushed and merchant-"what is to be done?" says tbo. 1 It
For launching Sf the ship of the line Penn- and twenty nollars. and for vrnich he was promised indemnity, the
securing "
agents know
looked down. Charles pressed what I broker "what i is to be done? the
$tnnia, one hundred thousand dollars. For the Chippewas six thousand seven hundred Sf of 1692. says mechanic '
dollars. had cast such a shadow over her spirits. "I I "what is to be done!" .
for building and equipping two sloops of war from forty for the purpose of paying the expenses of two Fox --- says every Ii'
iuus already provided under former appropriation For the hippewu, Menomonies, Winnebagoes; and chiefs end their attendants in coming to the city of fear you will think me very silly-but Mary one--"what i is to be done?" echoes tho press. ;

two hundred and eighty thousand dollars ; and also New-York Indians, fifteen hundred dollars* Washington, on necessary business and returning to French has been sitting with me this after- And the merchant runs here, and the mechanic :
fa vessels\ of war, if not less than ten, nor more than For the Sioux of Mississippi three thousand t>ix their the sum of S15W. -.
thveea guns, four hnadred thousand dollars iu addi- hundred and forty dollars. For nation the purpose of enabling the Secretary of Warto noon. "Not for( that certaitly, said Charles runs there, and the broker runs every where .1 fl) ,S

AoG to sly materials or. hand. For the Yancton and Santie band of Sioux, four pay a subscription made in eighteen hundred and ..lmiling.HOb! I did not mean that, but you ---all looking fo help from some one beside 1

For erecting and furnishing a new hospital building thousand three hundred and forty dollars- thirty, for the Indian Department, of fifty copies of know we began to keep house nearly the same themselves. One cries out "d-n the banksan

lid for a dwelling an assistant surgeon ; for the For the Omahai three thousand nine hundred and the History of the Indian Tribes of North America, time, only they sent by Brent to New York other "d--n the government," while every '. 5
Spain of the present and for all dollars. be of
expenses forty with biogiaphical sketches, to CAmposed say 20 '
tpon their dependences thousand six hundred for carprting. Mary would have me walk body damns all who owe and cannot pay.
near Pensacola, forty-seven For the Sacs of Missouri one numbers each the sum of three thousand dollars. I '
thousand fire hundred dollar,. and forty dollars. For the purpose of fulfilling the stipulations in the down to Brent's store this evening, with her Now. we would give our friends a word or i

Far erecting a sea-wall to protect the shore; for en- For the Sacs, three thousand dollars. twentieth article of the treaty with the Choctaws of i and be has brought two-:and they are such two of advice, and as it is given with good :

Qttinf the ho.f ital grounds, for completing\ ; the base- For the Foxes three thousand dollars. the twenty-seventh September eighteen hundred and loves." Charles bit his lip. | feeling and the best intention, we hope it will j
tat of south wing; repairing .For the fire thousand one hundred and 40 education of Choctaw
damages sustained 10".aYJ. providing for the forty I
ton thirty she continued "said doing be taken in good : In the first we :
a recent gale, and (or all other expenses upon the dollars. in addition to the sum heretofore provided, "Mary, you part. place
*fcpendences of the hospital Dear Norfolk, eighteen For the Sacs and Foxes, twenty-three thousand 9 youths the sum, of two thousand dollars. a first rate business, and she was sure | gay, "keep cool"--FRET NOT THY SELF;" for p :

uand dollar*. hundred dollars. For holding treaties with the various tribes of Indians you would never let that odious wilten lay in where's the use getting into a passion and

ml For pradosling and enclosing the ground about the For the Sacs, Foxes and loways, three thousand east of the Mississippi river for the cession of the parlor, if you once saw that uplcndid Brussels worrying yourself? it will do no good, so take .
asylum near Philadelphia, and for all other dollars- and for their removal -
exr lands held them respectively
-ctunoD ijie building and ill dependencies ten S ForUicOuoes and Mi50uriu. five thousand six west of the Mississippi, ten thousand dollarr ;-so rich, and. so cheap-only seventyfive things calmly and act like a philosopher for f, i'

.wjjttnd four hundred and sixty dollars. hundred! and forty dollar For the purpose of defraying the expenses of Elea- dollars. once in your life. We never saw any times _

Ib"t-.ro..n extension of the hospital building nearTlNew.York For the Kansas, six thousand and forty dollars. Williams, in coming from Green Bay, and n" Now the "odi .;51 wilton," hi: been selected so bad but what they might be mended if peo ; -- P4

?r'00 al1 for enclosing tee grounds, and For the Osages: eleven thousand and forty dollars. turning home on business relative to the Oneida Indians by Charle's mother, and preserved to them, pie set about the matter in the right way. i .
L uxpensea upon its dependencjea, sixtrsixof For the Kickapoos- thousand five hundred do-] of five hundred dollars.
, ulllI 6oUan. lars. sum into effect the treaty with the Meno and the color deepened on bis chuek, as his It i almost useless to argue, or reason or :
For carrying .
I F0ttheeplton u the present hospital building; For the Kaskaskias and Peorias, three thousand monies of the third September eighteen hundred and animated bride continued -Suppose we walk speculate upon the CAUSES which have I .

I -ton..nd (or aU expeOMS "Ppn ill dependen dollars. thiry-six.two hundred and eighty-eight thousand: five down to Brent's and look nt it-there are only brought about the present state of except ,
.1Ie thing
: thousand three hundred and fifty dollars For the Kaskaskias. Peorias Weai, & Piankeshaws I hundred and forty dollars- it." indicate : :
"Xthe two, and it seems: a pity net! to secure so fa a they may ;
repair of the eacUsure,and: for the Ma.wall nine hundred and forty dollars. For carrying into effect the treaties with the Pottawalamies -
agrtae UP' EUis' IsLand!'in the Jwrbour of For the Piankenhaws thirteen hundred dollars! .I of the fifth of August twentieth twenty uEmma," said Charles gravely. "Jou are mis- remedy; but we will give an anecdote that we ; S

"Teko55 thousand two hundred and fifty dolJflw !. For the Weas, three thousand dollars. second and twenty-third September eighteen hund- taken if you suppose my business will justify think has a volume of instruction in it. "My .

For the Delaware, ten thousand two hundred and red and thirty-six and eleventh February eighteen extravagance. It will be useless to look at dear sir," said f gentleman: to us, OR Friday .

: completion of the enclosure of the magazine forty dollars. hundred and thirty-seven, seventy-three thousand 4 the carpet as we have one which will answer last, "I lack $250 to take up a note in bank q
-um. the wharf and other For the six thousand nine hindred dollars.
dependencies two Shawnees and and twenty-Uiree
"aid "e, hundred and fifty dollars. forty dollars. hundred For carrying into effect the treaty with the loways very well and is perfectly new." Emma'svivacity to-day; what shall I do?-where can I barrow ; 3

the arehue of that ptruon of land, belonging For the Shawnees and Delaware, fire hur.dred del- of the seventeenth September, eighteen hundred and fled, and she sat awkwardly pickingher that amount?" We put him in the way ef aid

Inn of Portsmoutl "Vir n1a. enclosed by the bar*. thiny-sir sixty-five thousand five hundred and nme-: nails. Charles felt embarrassed-he drew and thus relieved him FOR THE PRESENT- S S [ S

11thc-.artd navy and Mren yard at T-nine Gosport dollars, four thousand .efciVr thousand For tin nine Shawnees hundred and forty Seneeai dollars.of Lewistown, one 'ydoUan.For carrying into effect the $Jreatie with the Sacs out his "t-h and put it. back.-whistled, and When we had done so, we could not help reflecting J S

ray any addi OGa1 "Peases that may be in- For the Seneca of Lewistown two thousand five and Foxea of( the seventeenth twenty-sevrolti and finally spying a periodical on Emma'i! table, a little. The gentleman who was afraid ,, S

!naklng the examinataon and survey of the hundred dollars. fventr-eiehtn September, eighteen hundred 4- thirty began to read aloud some beautiful verses. of being "laid over," wore in his bosom Y %

4t'irsof, with a Ef.aut.fort view;--n to n in North Ca- For the ChQ('.'l\w., fifty-fyur thousand eigbthnndred sir, ont hundred and thirlyreight i thousand two bun His voice was well toned, and he soon enter- a handsome diamond pin; .around his .neckFlori. (
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4 ;; was a neat gold guard chain, to which was attached everywhere. It was not. the Specie Circular employers, because the means *T retainingthem bids the allowance: of credit on such tales; I cloek'on the morning cf& Sib Hay, 'I t
that and secondly on an extra session if Con. pilo'of wood in front:of the furnaces < ,
a a valuable gold watch; and peering out alone, nor overtrading aOne-nor any other were exhausted-and a complete :: '

of his vest pocket we noticed a gold pencil cause, alone and by itse$i that operated to blight has fallen upon a community heretofore gress. I have not been able to satisfy myself fire. In a few momen6t' the flame '.pret'1t.,

case with an agate head. Now, here was produce in its train all the evils of the present so active, enterprising and prosperous-the that I ought, under existing circumstances... to every direction The Colombo, at that!' '

:? more value in trinkets than the amamt for error of out:* lefl have produced a wider desolation interfere with the orders referred to.-- ment descending the river, rounded (10 and

which he was in danger of being "laid over" day.The root of the matter lies, undoubtedly, in then the pestilence which depopulatedour You must be aware of the obstacles to an I ved several of the passengers.. B', 8.

.;;#.. in bank and as we happen to know that his the interference of the Government with streets, or the conflagration which laid' immediate convocation of Congress, arising the assistance that_ she could re4er, m'

i f. .h':, house is furnished in a style corresponding' the finances and currency of the country : buta them in ashes. from the imperfect state of the representationin than 120 persons perished. There per' t,

) '. with the furniture of his person, can any onebe concatenation of subsequent circumstancesand We believe that it is unjust to attribute these one branch of that body.: Several of the distinct explosions-one supposed to be &
have chosen their Representatives boilers, and the other to be from
' < at a loss to tell the cause of "hard times' causes have contributed to aggravate the evils to any excessive! development of mercantile not yet a tjuaatity 4
-.h. ( "J flow ,from I and are not to do so for some months power on board. A passenger on board
'': ,". -->. with him, 01 in what manner they might be mischief which otherwise might have been enterprize. and that they really rt
'r? ,' remedied And yet this gentleman has been not temporary and partial. Look at the history of that unwise system which aimed at the substitution to.come. Independent of that consideration,, Columbus describes the scent as the rnc
I do sufficient reasons to awful he ever witnessed. The
1 EXTRAVAGANT, compared with the rest events for the last three or four years and we of a metallic for a paper currency-the not see at present, screams
way which the first shock to the fabricof justify me in requiring an earlier meeting,, men, women, and children, pie=jed the air''
y I; of the community. His style of dress and cannot fail to be struck at the remarkoble and system gave miles I,
; ... J living is not above others of equal means. He combined tendency of all things to the pointat our commercial prosperity by removing the than that appointed by the Conslilutien. round while in the.brighflight that w t:
I am, gentlemen respectfully, up from the waters the hanging forms
l owns real estate which would at one time which they have now arrived. public Deposites from the United States Bank very of rf

f i command $50,000, and other property an The removal of the Deposites--the war which weakened every part of the edifice by Your obedient servant, poor wretches as they clung convulsivef.the '. '
1 destructionof the destruction of that useful and efficient institution M. VAN BUREN. burning! sides of the boat, struck the dee
i equal amount; and be theieforc thought him upon the Bank of the U. S.-the :
into the
est of the
the condition of and now threatens to crumble it into anguish spec'Among ,
!e self worth $100,000, and lived in a style justified that bank- unregulated NEw Yoaa 10.
of Ihe :,-lay those saved, are Capt. Castlernaqj
the of half million the thereon-the spring- a mass of ruins under the operations I
only by possession a ,, currency consequent SUSPENSION OF SPECIE PAYMENTS.The I
of the
J lady, six officers, crew, 9 Beet
.. and of hundreds of banks all over the Specie Crcular, which withdrew the gold and ; I
for he has a huge increasing family- ing up new events of the last few days, must have i the ''
Ii' ..''it... ..' but he realize in cash vast issues of meney- silver of tie country from the channels: in notice following cabin passengers: James SIM
'It cannot now $20,000 ,, country-the paper prepared the public for the following and Thomas Cook Win.
lady ,
t :. out of his whole property, and yet Iris style of I bo speculations in the public lands followingthe which it c.uld be profitably employed. We which appeared in all tho morning papers.I .- Clould, Wm.son Beattie, Thomas Larrner H. 1
rt j, '1\; ." living has not been changed in the least. Now great overtiading and unusual money assert that the Experiment has had a fair, I Notice to the Public in Relation O the uul Ray.Lister Sexton, Mr. Gamble Sag'

the fact is and it there is facilities-then, the specie circular--doing liberal trio!, and that disappointment and mischief last of the of- and s*
no one can deny a Banks.-At a meeting, evening Amos Brundle, and four others, '
i t between and some good-but a deal of harm-and are visible in all its results-that the threeit names M
l struggle going on style means. great ficers of all the banks in this city, except known.

\\ e have been living in this country beyond every way wrong because it was unequal and promise of a regulated currency and equalized was ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS
here have the train which have exchanges have been broken the currency totally crJHE Loss <.
t our means; property of all kinds has had a fictitious illegal ,- we "Resolved, That under existing circumstances BEN SHERROD. Tne Nan '
!!! value, but its possessors navo been living ol teat, been fired, and blown sky high," the disordered, and internal exchanges almost it is expedient and necessary'to SusrEND contain further of the_. nape
I commercial credit and of the U. S. ntirely discontinued. We therefore, particulars dep\ora&\
c : us if that value were real. Money, nol prosperity << PAYMENTS IN SPECIE.In .
t. loss of the BEN
SUERROD. Ai the time
bank notes is scarce both here and in Europe, -The intelligent reader will add to this train, make oar earnest appeal te the Executive, & the mean time the notes of all the banks $i
look fire she in
t 4 f+ W und a struggle is going on between the two the failure of the wheat crop for two years, ask whither it is nol time to interpose the paternal will be received at the different banks as u- was engaged a race withtj
steamer Prairie and the fire took from
( '" j countries in regard to its possssien. And and the necessary introduction of large: quantities authority of the Government and aban- sual, in of debts and in deposite, and ; tj
: heat of the boilers caused
::: I i\ why i is it so scarce? Because, not content tot of foreign grain and other matters, which don the policy which is beggaring the People.. as the indebtedness of the community to the great by raising*,
i Am d aU! the distress of our condition we steam to its extreme power,--a barrel of whg
ia live as our frugal and virtuous parents lived will readily present themselves to a businessman banks exceeds three times the amount of their
ke for the
y with steel forks when he reflects seriously on the events have been gratified by a view of the generous *was placed! on deck use of |
.i }+ ; before us, to eat, as they eat, liabilites le the public, it is hoped and expec,#
hands the who drank
',. 1 ,I to use briuania or china tea and coffee pots which have preceded the present catastrophe. and fobearing: spirit which has almost invariably ted that the potes of the different banks will became during intoxicated.race to eland *,

{ have siver and gold we Heated partizans are in error, therefore, a- rmrked the conduct of tho creditor towards -
( et cetera we must ; current as usual, and that the state of the '
pass At oMock the
about at
like both sides Tho has the debtor. A general disposition has 12 : night Turn*
have been: melting down the precious metals on government times will soon be such as to render the resumption it
became heated tat:
"/' I been blame and the have been been manifested to indulge the debtor with I so communicated 6
i and working them up into articles of luxury, to -- people to of practicable."
f' payment to the wood of\which there was on hoard
circumstances lime for the of his business : I
r till the basis of has become altogether blame-and fortuitous and accidental ample arrangement
'I our currency The fall "f the Dry Dock on Saturday, and
bout cords. When the
1 I ; and collection of his debts, and we would sixty crew discos
aided the
small for the which have to deepen wrong com-
t : x too superstructure the general run upon (He; banks on Mondayfor ed the fire all left their and
\ .. r' + t t': \.. is, of course, tottering, and is jcfstled by every mitted by loath. B it, because thin is so, let respectfully\ suggest the example for the imitation I' specie, which was continued through the the without they giving pasts alarm to tie lan'(
of the embarrassment yawl any poi
be excused its bad government-The -
world. the
not con
adverse breeze in the commercial government or
.. t whole of with increased activity,
? If: yesterday who all esloep in their bertk
of the and distress of the merchants would be senders were
around reader duct be palliated. As the originator
'1 ':'. la it not soy Look you, among and for larger amounts, have rendered this
share of condem- relieved by the suspending of suits The captain for a time attempted to allay t
".' r your acquaintances, and see how many of evil; it deserves the largest materially the of the banks indispensablefor
1 than nation. The unfortunate administration of unpaid bonds, until a future dry when course on part extreme confusion by stating that the fired
them have in their upon
; l.t more plate their own security, and for the public wel-
: twice ho forbid lowering of it&
in bank. We knew a family Gen. Jackson, unfortunate in every respect, the wisdom of Congress may grant some ;
try \ never
i i t. money fare, with which their own interests are insep- ) which was attempted by the dcrkhti
I that did that the and the solid measure of relief. ,
.j i rt that lived beyond their means, not sec concerns liberty pros. identified. The drain of specie on
.s families of the the author of we do that we have reached a and passengers. The shrieks of nearly tlttt:
"hard times and what applies to perity country, was our Feeling as .
; ; Monday we have been informed, was upwardof
f; crisis which the exercise of all ihe hundred persons onboard now rose! wild u
t U : applies to a nation, which is only an aggregation present woes. His election, it was predicted, requires six hundred thousand dollars. Yesterday.
dreadful./ The the- shore!
of families and whatever remedy will would be a curse" upon the nation, and we wisdom and epergy of the country to heal the cry was to to'
i ; the become alarmed, and
t depositors having shore! and the boat made! for the starbot
families leave it how far (the wounds which have been inflicted its
fr t effectual in relieving embarrassed to impartial history to say, upon taken
prove commenced the amount
i result has accorded with the hear' Commerce and Productive industry. would drawing away shore, but did net6ain it, as (the wheel ra
t : ;t': !i will also relieve a nation. The medicine prophecy. than seven hundred ihousand. Un- '
was more the d
have been
'. f : mar be slow in its operation, but it will tily congratulating ourselves upon having stea- respectfully and earnestly urge upon the Exe- derthis state ofthings, it was peifeclly obvious might given way, or pi.'ot
ven by the flames I h:OlD his station. 11
all late cutive the of extra sessionof
t be its effect. dily resisted the usurpations of the executive propriety calling an
sure in tho banks would be
that in two days more
steam was not let off and the boat kept a.
The time has when the wealthy whether exerted upon the freedom of Congress deliberate upon the unprece-
now come
drained of their last dollar in coin, and wouldof
a the cilizen iho of the dented and embarrassments in w..ich: The scene of horror now beggared: all d
t '; the unembarrassed, can do much to reliever rights legtlatu"corthe alarming course be compelled to suspend, from ne .
I the community--will they do it? We ask them business or finance of the nation, we can we are involved. The members coming directly It the of sound wisdom scription.The
cessity. was course ,
which had been with (
t i i not for their MONEY, but for their EXAMPLE.Let only indulge the hope, that the severe and from their constituents, will have opportunity therefore, for the banks to come to the determination had yawl sunk who
crew some wen
1 of ECONOMY and' painful lesson which is now taught us, may be of knowing and appreciating the extent drowning ;
I' 'r 'i THEM set an example announced above. It was the only
it and the had other
1' IIETRENCHMENT-.-let THEM make it fashion. at least so far instructive and salutary, as to of the distress which exists, and arc convincedthat passengers no alter
!' means of averting a complete prostrationan five than to jump overboard, without\ tab
t i able to live in an unfashionable style, which determine the peoplo never again to submit to their collected opinions will fully sustain )
I t i overthrow, in calamity ever/ remaining
their even time to dress. There were ten -tofe
will the unjust claims of or yield their! own those which we have expressed-and
-II, J their known wealth and independence enabled power commercial house in the city would
I without'jtering
i. on board who all went overboard
t ;l:' them to do, and they will do more good judgments to the will of a popular President testimony indicate an amount of suffering of have been simultaneously involved. Such acatastrophe i-
a single scream, some drowning
r which believe that Sir, have
-Alexandria Gazelle.CORRESPONDENCE we cannot you
than they could do by loaning out mon. will be avoided.
; we trust, now
'f it f, t 'f heretofore been stantly and others clinging to planks-tva:)
f. J ey ever so freely, even were it twice as much OF THE N. Y. MER- Toe Dunks have wisely determined to reservea the number were finally saved. Some of t
i ,', it is. As ladies lead the fashion in pit i> -: *>nai.la We persuade ourselves, that the representation the
\ as w 11 u THE PRESIDENT. portico of their rrv talic strength, against
... have burnt
\ i .__.. ...- we must To MARTIN ,which we have ,v.eu.1. ,ptuaj con passengers arc supposed to upg
f' .i ) look i for a worthy? example of: ':ORTRKNCHIUENT !President VAN BUREN ot and i>m. rnt; Av-.f .. -**-'___. -..t1Ir4you to doubt Jay when specie payments can again with board Jhe .Ben_ Sberrod-one man br i:
safety be rc\urggjlvwuiic men auuuunm means .
rtf ; and REFORM" in dress and living. Beauty toe *-i+ediency of the policy which has been name orKay, From : Oura.rno'nyre.-S.+,,
"We the honour of
fern- have informing of securities will
you of other des. ons ensure
the bow of the boat until taken
ripti al t
of make recently pursued, and we trust to intelligence rope up
adornments art to
; needs not the your
is.iL: that of the merchantsof
: a very numerous meeting the full value rhe face of note they is-
every Columbus wtt.
for such a change of measures as will jf the yawl! of the steamboat
it lovely-and the simple rose on the snowy New.York was held on the 25th of April, ;
'It: { revive the hopes and stimulate the cnergiel of r sue. arrived about half an hour after theca
bosom of youth, has more attractions for the ef the distressed
purpose considering The three banks declining to enter into the
merchants of New-York. of the disaster her downw
It' bon. the menc ment oa *
jt the diamonds that ever glittered on the condition of the and
: it city, deliberating upon ISAAC S. HONE, arrangement' for a suspensiou!!! last evening,, passage. Mr. Ra's face and arras 'Jet'
skin of an eastern princess. Would that the means of relief. It was called by more Bank
A \ were the of America, the Manhattan, .
JAMES W. BRYAN much burnt while to the boat in i
t. :t. could be said of EVERY American wife and than three hundred firms, and was attended bya and the National. These, however, were necessarily .
BENJAMIN LODER above he lost in Jutck
daughter, "she looketh well to the ways of large proportion .f those merchants who are obliged to adopt the same cour1ethis : position- $20,000
ALEX B. McALPIN and United States
her household, and eateth not the bread of i- connected with the internal trade of the country morning, sicce, however the paper.
A J. A. UNDERWOOD strong The steamboat Alton arrived half h
.. dleness." "Many\ daughters have done virtuously and who have an especial and direct inter- whole rush would have been directed ao *
THOMAS: TILESTON after the Columbus but from the tarttt
0. them allPbll. ,
.. I ) but thou excellent est in the state of Domestif Exchanges.A them. _
MEIGS D. indiscretion J.
BENJAMIN, ness cr of those on board
5 t Commercial Herald. Committee was appointed to repair to -
In the mean time the notes of al+the Banks esd',
ELISHA the of '
I. LEWIS, was means drowning many per
v Washington, and remonstrate with the Executive -
I f. SIM EON DRAPER Jr. will be received at the different Banks, as u- in She drove A'\! '
were fleating the water. -
.. The public mind is becoming more & more against the continuance of the Specie sual, in payment of debts, and in deposite; i wB
WASHINGTON, May 3, 1837. midst of the cxhaustfd sufferers{ ,w
satisfied to the TRUE CAUSES of f Circular, and to urge its immediate repeal ;
day as and the indebtedness of the to
every as community
After the address had been read to him the too weak longer to make exertion, andbjli
the present derangement?; of the money market also ask that instructions may be given to prevent President in brief: and emphatic terms assured the Banks, exceeds: three: times the amount ol f commotion occasioned by her wheels, grad
and the pecuniary which the commencing of suits in any of the the is and
unexampled pressure their liabilities to public it hoped I
the committee of his sympathy with the ed a large number. A gentleman: bj
weighs so heavily upon the whole community.What collection districts, upon unpaid bonds, until expected that Ihe noted of the different Banks
distresses with his fellow-citizens of N. I., name of Hamilton, from Limestone corm: \
this derangement and are we after the first day of January next : and to and that the
pressure will! current, as usual state
and of his desire to do everything in his power pass ; Alabama, was floating on a barrel ands.taining *
II r I, can all, in a greater or less degree now see urge upon the Executive the propriety of call- for their relief consistent with the views of f of the times will soon be such as to render also a lady, when the Alton drortjl;
4 and know.-Never has a heavier calamity, of ing an extra session of Congress at as early a the resumption of specie practicable.
his official duty and said thai be would! anwertbe and washed them both under-tho lady
tho kind, befallen nation. In its universality day as passible. '
any '. v
drowned but Mr. Hamilton
address in the manner ind -:aicd in his came: up
': -in its intensity-in its duration, it is In obedience, Sir, to-these instructions, we floated down the river fifteen miles whew)

( beyond any thing ever experienced. The present ourselves before you, and ask your note.On the afternoon of the 4th the committee BUFFALO BANKS.--ALL STOPPED !-.-A was taken up by the steamer Statesman.Mr. .

L very comparisons (In men's mouths daily used deep and solemn attention to the unhappy con received the to their address slip from the office of the Albany Argus, dated McDowell attributes the drowning >I>
following reply ,
iI 1 to express: their opinion of the horrors which dition of that city which has hitherto been the 1 and deemed it so explicit as to leave no 4 P. M- Friday says:-.- his wife to the indiscretion of the managed
now overspread this fair land, show something promoter and the. index of our national prosperity open- "We understand that the operations of all she
for .further communication. the Alton, as was floating safely,o }
r of the REALITY.-It is called a sweeping hur and whose fail will include the ruin off ing any the banks at Buffalo will by this time have plank at that lime. Mr. McDowell _sosUled

i ricane-a destroying pestilence-a deluge of thousands in every region of our territory. WASHINGTON, May 4, 1837. been suspended by injunction, issued at the himself some time against the current* *

.' bankruptcy. Such terms are sought to convey We do not tell a ficlitoua tale of wo ; we toave Gentlemen-I have bestowed on your com instance of the Bank Commissioners on the that he only floated two miles down the n't*

.., an impression of the actual state of affairs no selfish or partizan views to sustain, whenwe munication the attentive consideration whichis ground ef alleged violations of charter by when he swam ashore ten. miles above r*

: and the suffering of the business portionof assure you that the noble city we representlies due to the opinions wishes and interests ol f each of thorn, Adams.

our citizens. prostrate in despair, its credit blighted, its the respectable portion of my fellow citizensin It is deeply to be regretted that any thing Air. Rtmdell floated down the river t

I Nor does it seem that the end of these industry paralized, and without a hope beam- whose behalf you set. should occur to render proceedings againstany miles, and was taken by a flat boat it"
things, is even YET. All the efforts t* restore: Ing through the darkness of the future, unless Ic the correctness of the judgment which, of the banks necessary at this time, when mouth of Buffalo creek "He saved his**

'J t confidence-to bear up against disasters o I the government of our country, can be induced in the exercise of an undoubted right you havein there are so many other circumstances calcu- in his pantaloons pocket but lost one lIa!

1 ,t :' call into action the recuperative powers of the to relinquish the measures to which we such general terms pronounced upon particular lated to agitate the public mind. Mr. Stebbins ey sand dollars worth of Mr Meths

country--have been of no avail. Partial attribute our distress. We fully appreciate points in the policy of the late and pre- one of the Commissioners, who has lately visited ell lost his wife son, a freight.lady, Miss Fraao

: J glimpses of sunshine are occasionally caught the respect which is due to our Chief Magistrate sent administrations, you cannot expect me to these banks, is now in the city, and we Few, who was under his protection, i slid a.-

through the dark cloud: which are all around and disclaim every intention inconsistentwith concur. My opinions on those points were understand from him, that neither of the insti- servant. Mr. McDowell feels hi_

y, us, but they only make more manifest the dismal that feeling ; but we speak in behalf ofa distinctly announced to the American people tution is proceeded against on the ground of gro under to Mr. WSWStamp's

)R from the contrast. community which trembles upon the brink of before my election* and I have seen no reasonto insolvency, and he has no apprehension that :I great obligations for their.kiadattentionstofsin

We have had, first, a failure of the speculators ruin, which deems itself an adequate judge oft change them. But however much I may the public, or the safety fund, can any event his distress family after he reached '*

4, ...x ,. and over (trader*-then a crash amongstthe all questions connected with the trade and currency differ with you upon them, as well as in res sustain any loss by them. shore. Mr. Rundell soon acknowledges kind4:

'" l lair business mf'rchunts-then the. overthrow of the country, and believes that thee pect to the causes of the existing evil, you On enquiry, we learn that the course of tentions from the source. A

a of solvent and wealthy men-then th I policy adopted by the recent administration, may be assured of tho .warm interest I shall proceedings by the court in such cases, is in There 235 same on board,of"

ruin of smaller traders-then the shutting up I and sustained by the present, is founded in error ever feel in whatever concerns the mercan- the first instance to issue a temporary injunc.. were than persons escaped, leaving.;
not jj
of manufactories: loss of work by me-, and threatens the destruction of every. department tile community, of my deep sympathy with tion, restraining the operations of the bank, I drowned more including the Captain's lhret

chanics-and the suffering of labourers. of industry. those who are now suffering from the press except receiving payments, until a short day I dren and, his father. His wife 'was picWf.

Accompanying this has been a steady decline Our merchants, manufacturers & mechanics sure of the times, and of my readiness to ad- appointed for the bank to show cause why a

I of prices. Now, comes, the last and crown- have repeatedly predicted the fatal issue of opt any measures for their relief, consistent permanent injunction should not issue, and by a flat boat badly burnt.'r

ing mischief runs upon the Banks_fears of that policy. VYhat was prophecy, has now with my convictions of duty. that in this instance, cause is to ,be shown before MARSHALL'S PRINT WORKS.-AYe set}

the solvency of these institutions-and the become history ;" and the reality far exceeds The propriety of giving to the Collectors of the Chancellqr on the fourth Monday of. an advertisement that Marshall's Prid|t<$

commencement of breaking and crashing amongst our most gloomy apprehensions. Under a the Customs, instructions of the character desired the present month.; We indulge the hope in Columbia County has stopped

them. Our accounts from New-York deep impression of the propriety of confiningour necessarily involves inquiries into the that these banks will be able to hv sufficient Several hundred persons are thereby,cbitiI!

New-Orleans, Georgia, &c. shows the complexion declarations within moderate limits, we extent of power of the Executive over the cause to prevent further proceedings against out employment, and 600 asks&**"

Y '"tht of affairs with regard to this last sub- affirm that the value of our real estate has subject,the present condition of the Treasuryand them, and in the mean time hope thai goods are to be-sold on Friday fet ef%: ,.JjJ

-M- II ject. We bear the cry raised and repeated within the last six months, depreciated more its probable receipts and expenditures for no sacrifices will be submitted to by the hold- is us bad a stoppage as any we fcnd' \lt;:

louder and louder, from all parts of the coun- than 40,000,000; that within the last 2 months the remainder of the year. Those examina- ers of bills, which we have no doubt are abnn- strikes: at the root of productive i foWJ

4 4 trv--IIU"ElD SPECIE FAYMaNTS-and thus there have been mire than two hundred and tions have been directed, and are in progress, dently safe, and that the other banking institutions .. When our'looms stop what can go o.Qt!. ,.
i die vila af a national threatened and failures of houses in and the result will be communicated b the
,. bankruptcy ore fifty engaged extensive > of the state will continue to enjoy, as Y. Evening Star. f.t i

j in oddiaon to all the other calamities ef business ; that within the same period a .Secretary of the Treasury to the Collector at we have no doubt they deserve, the public :;

( the times. decline of twenty millions of dollars has occurred New York, who will be instructed to give it confidence. A boy aged,12, playing about the t

Must this he 2 Must the country continue in our local stocks, including those publicity. A few days will be required to arrive on the Germantown Rail-road just II .It.

r 'p ,*g J Ji to go on suffering t How long can this stale Rail Road and Canal Incorporations, which, at a safe conclusion upon some parts of A'slip frwm the office of the True American : starting t from Philadelphia, fell,withhsb! '"

of things last ?-These are questions, which, I though chartered in other States, depend chie!! the investigation but there shall be no unne thus alludes to the calamitous occurrence; across the track, and being passed onto,

r : we confess, we can't answer. We hope the ly upon New-York for their sale ; that the cessary delay. "The destruction of the steamboat Bcn immediately killed- ..

f 1 best, but acknowledge, we fear the worst. immense amount of merchandize in our warehouses The other subjects to which you have cal- Sherrod by fire, while ascending the river ocher '

t I :But as (lo the causes of this state of thingswe hu, within the same period, fallen in led my attention, are, first, an immediate repeal way to Louisville, is truly heart-rending.: Meeting have been held in YicksbqNatchez '

hold on to the opinion we expressed in the value at least thirty per cent ; that within s, of the order requiring specie in payment Seldom have we been called on to record a I for the purpose of Qlemortlthe United <

1+ : :_ I. I outset,* which opinion we have never seen_ occasion few weeks, not less than twenty thousand individuals -, on vales of public lands issued by my predecessor .. disaster in which the sacrifice of human life Legislature, to solicit of eJtAbJisblDeD&the .

_ + to alter, and which we observe is now depending upon their daily labour foi, for the purpose of enforcing a strict I has been so great. While she_ was wending Bank of Pennsylvania} the .. 4.

t beginning to be adopted by unprejudiced men, their daily bread,bare been discharged by theii, execution of the Act of Congress, which for- her way just above Fort Adams about 1 o1 branch in that State, 4.t

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A 'new census of the State of Mississippi has A
just been taken 1 (ten dollar denominations; and the aggregate I I never !" However.the lad/-was not only a -----!: a
under the of the State.
Official authority amount of the whole stock was not far from I fine lady, but a shrewd woman, so she .' got I : : NOTICE. 1

returns have !been received Ji.crsow from I $300,000. About $21,000 of these notes out," and was a goer Dot afterwards,'and lived I I HAVE appointed Lewis P. Taylor "f TaUah3.Ssee -

U Ul ;;)mm all Tunicrf.the counties The but whole three number, De Sot.of, inhabitants Monroe, and is ciiculation.were. filled up,This signed, and ready to be put in long enough to benefit others by her example. : who'will| my not attorney only attend during to my any absence business from that Florid concerns .

enormous amount of capi- --BALT. PATRIOT. I but
my interest to all suits that have been, or
MAY 27th.SATUR (these three counties excepted) 304,207-of whom tal the officers t
DAT, levied on, and brought it, with nay hereafter be instituted for end against me-

I 140,142 are free whites, and 162,06"; slaves. The the 'association' consisting of four NATAL- The U. St sloop of war Boston MARCUS A. ARMSTEAD.May 1
pElee"' n )Retarns.r free while males in the State are 75, 99, of whom to the police office. There, on examination, sailed on Wednesday last ou a cruise. The I 13th, 1837. 40-Its

not <
(tk altos Core corrected our table according years. The white male population of full age and existing Bank, denominated the Ottawa Bankat Captain Dulany, her late commander, hav- FOUR weeks after date, I will apply to the Hon. M tt
In Alachua Ir of the Court of Leon
we counrs -! County County
,} I ;'I1D.that the election was held on the upwards, is 35,811. Montreal. The game was all up in a trice ing returned{ to the North on account of ill for leave to sell 80 acres in section :35;, township iranjre ]t
1!: and the magistrates and officers at dis- health. 2, north and east, belonging lo the estate of .
once ,
in May ana that We I learn from New Oilcans
: Mooday
the Mobile
of the first says B. H.
.d( covered that bad Murray, deceased. Sold for the benefit of the
"J ..ill not be counted by the Governor in con- Register, that a good deal of excitement attf dis- they no more business to The'U. S. schr, Grampus, Capt. M'in- creditors of the estate. "W. S. ;MURRAY, Adm'r t

fOIe5 of{\dOm s. It will not, however, maedict satisfaction prevails, in consequence of the want than meddle that with of the Mr.\ business Nicholas of this Biddle'as ocidtion himself.,' cruise.tosh, arrived here on Thursday last from n May 6th 1837. :i:9-.JI.! i

sl VfTtiege"eralresul1"J of concert among the Banks The suspension of Nevertheless i I NU ICE.
an examination of the membersof :
MIDDLE DISTRICT. is The Trenton State weeks after date 1 will apply to the II on. the :-
READ. WTITT.2J0 specie payments net general nor uniform ; and the 'association Gazette says, it is reported SIX +
DOWKIKG. taken
was in which of the
they county court for the county of Leon ;
81 yes the public mind is consequently kept much agita- each unreservedly stated, that their object and we believe truly, that the Delaware for letters of administration on the estates ol Miroui I

a. C7 m 33 ted on iht- subject. The True American classes was to put the bills into circulation whenever and Kariian Canal Company have leased Mil!?, Thomas Wilkinson and Arthur Culbreth late

itt + 31 261 143 he Banks as follows : and at whatever I their canal and feedsr to the lIon. Saml. S. of said county deceased. Mar 20th 1837IIfits
pea, 15 03 28 place-Ihey could. They contended ALFRED FISHER..
snp!, 18 40DISTRICT. 39 "VOLCHTABILT suspended Banks : Louisiana, and with correctness, that they had Southard for fifteen years, for yearly rent of .

OII. City, Carrollton, Mechanics' and Traders, Atchafa'aya a right so to do; and the provoked magistratescould 90000. NOTICE.
10111 IX months after date we will apply to tho Judge _
WESTERN &. Orleans: COMPULSORILT suspended Banks not gainsay the validity of that right. I RACES AT WASHINGTON: Course, FRIDAY. S of the county court of Gadsden county, W a final .

1mbj' 213 4 92 -State Imp'ovemeni! Exchauge, Canal, Union, They stated that they had 'specie basis' of -The purse of $1000; mile heats, over the di:cha'ge from the administration of the estate of .
.11 135 167Ilha
220 07 03 52 Commercial, Consolidated : CIRCULATION paying $700; that Sears, the President--formerly a Washington: Course, was taken by Dr. Stock- ilosca Wilder Iae: :JACOB of said H.coatis WILDER deceased.) Adminis- ,
f fdingtoa 41 05 21 Banks : Gas Light, Merchants, and Citizens.. bartender here and in Philadelphia-..-\\as to et's black horse Cippus, beating: two or three WM.: H. WILDER. $ trator: 3"

teA, 21 J 180 102 The Courier, adds the Consolidation Associa receive a salary from the concern, of $25 a others, Atalanta among them. Q.uiacylay 20th, 1837. 41-%;tHAdministrators' '

7'1al: t1STRiCT. tion to the circulation paying Banks,-none of month and !lis'board ; that Thorn, the cashier, Aotice. I

EASTERN ?5 01 65mbia them pay their depobites in specie, says the True was provided for at the same rate; that the' We have dates from Little Rock to the SIX weeks after date, I shall apply to the [JOD. the

,.!: .03 OJ 12hn's American. prisoner Johnson, was the sole director and 2d .11a} The papers are filled with accounts -. of the connty court, of Leon county for
31,0, ) 00 00 stockholder and that the letters of administration 6n the estate of A.a II. '
l !, 113 00 00 The Improvement Bank pays specie for doliar prisoner Crnnr: ---a of murders, trials, announcements of: Rhodedeceased.. EDW.'.lUll'. GRANT.

,rot, 10 Olt) ) 00 ragged, Cassius-cheeked fellow-was the tra candidates, notices of redemption of land, I May-JO'h! -37. 41- tsH _
.e' 6 o-2 00r9aitn Union, Commercial and State, pays specie made velling agent of the 'association.They I &c. &c. The news from the Choctaw agency SUMMER; RETUEAT.THE : t '
14 00) ()0 numerous
devclopcmenls to
ao' 160<) 01 07IbIll'l'ub f:r5s and 10s.-and as soon at all these ale re their organization ihtrnded of I given below, is the only item of intelligence [ is now repairing his premise' >c

thaI, 00 00 00 deemed, promise to redeem the 20s. &c. which plan operations&c. worthy of note.-JSr. O. True will be ready for the! reception>n visitors .
\ would be quite: amusing; but i bYthe 10th of( next month.
-- The American.
173G 113C 1010rsriifios Orleans Bank !has commenced the issue of want of room obliges us to cut the story short. :. Preparations are made for Sea Bathing, andevery '

a1 notes under 5 dollars. The True American says, They were, of course, discharged. about their I CHOCTAW AGENCY, April 21 183J. exertion will! lie used, for the comfort "t those who w

\ OF SPECIE PAYMENT.The crisis liasfflimVed that the Presidents and Cashiers of several of the business; but as the real character and solvency Important from the Choctaw .Jlgcncy.The .- may feel disposed to patronize the estnblMimen'S CROSBY.St. 'awl

in the history. of our country, wlienihall Banks, appeared in market on Sunday and Mon of the 'Ottawa Bank at Montreal' had! by Indian country on the south-west frontier Marks Li?lltII(1uc1:1): : CO, It;:;;. .H-3ts
day mornings, with bags of dollars! to redeem theirdtlliar this become is filled with Mexican
means, blown, it is not likely emissaries. Some
Kea general' KUSJ; tension of specie pay Union Bank of Florida money.HE .
throughout the country. The Banks ofi '15 notes their transactions, in the banking line, will I five or six have: been seen among the wild subscriber: will receive Union Bank of Florida ;+w
I T :
I VorJ., finding the demands for specie being; The Mechanics' and Traders', Canal, Carroll- be very extensive, unless they: gel up u new Indians, and have induced them to take up} Money, fur all sure due him at a premium
mill. i of ten JOHN B. TAYLOR-
ton, Atchafalaya, Louisiana and Orleans Banks -- N. Y. Sun. Texas. per cent. t
arms against have
brought on by the distresses of the mercanommunily I They regard Tall.1ha'sef"layUh,1337.: 41-:I'.isIYOT1CE. : .
closed their vaul&\vhie! they had do not redeem any of their notes-and some of I }less of that treaty, crossed over our line, to

{jeans left once mere to sustain thembelves them refuse to give small notes for those of a larger BALLOON AscE:' stoN.--Mr.: Clayton, the! meet the wijd Indians:, and have made a I 1 .
denomination. most daring seronaut of the times, ascended S hereby given, that thirty days after date; application
ii mare healthy elate of a ffcirs should occur.FhiLidtlphia The amount drawn on from from Cincinnati on Monday, the 1st inst. nf- general invitation to our emigrant tribes to will bu mad.- to the Honorable[ : :'udge of the 0-

Banks in a day or two followed Monday two specie lei fashion of his join in the contest, offering horses, arms, county court of Leon f-ir aulhuiity to sell the real (' 't
a in which he is
Banks own,
the Citizens likely
paying and
Banks cst-ite'licreinafter! the
Light Jevribcd to estate
: belonging
and as fist us the news spread to the south I I' ammunition and all the I ) f'
was about 15,000 dollars. to meet with few rivals.---Finding there uas plunder they can I.i of Win. n. :\ at1! decease.!, sc" no'1 :::-,,":i, and. 3t),

Banks \Yilrnmgton, Baltimore, Norfolk, It is proposed in the New Orleans that a scarcity of gas, he removed the car to facilitate take-besides a peaceable possession of I of township.I, range 1.: North ai.d East.;N E i N 1\ ',

turner, Savannah, 4c. sloped likewise. WeI the State papers, his ascent, and knotting the cords, sea Texas if they can succeed in driving! oft" Us I 1. i section :>L!, T 1, P. .t, N and E.-N W i N W i ..
Legislature+ shall be convened for the section :33 T 1. U :a< :N and E. W W
I 'however much i 'j, r-
then be surprised we might <
ted himself
tl thereof but still inhabitants. These (
purpll, of obtaining an examination of the. rnn.J ....- assent was im invitation, assure I }, N w i, s ir 1.1 I.: j, s ir irj s E J, E i s c j, ::;
tit, that the Florida Banks should be com- it ion of the Banks, and legalising -- of practicable. He then deliberately! cast o.Ttheuninfl.ited you, have created no little sensation among! FStV1ENClscrrn': 1 l'1andS + .i.
4 to adopt the same course. From our ex- a suspension part of the balloon leaving Indians of 't' i, section !tf, T 4, R .1 1, i a::..d L t::. Lou No. laud 7
an open our whom arc and 1 r
specie payments tor twelve months. many poor, of section ''!, T i>, 1 R 'J, S .V; E.MARY.
we learn that the measure has been in the bottom feet -
ge papers space ten in diameter and
are ready for ah'cnture-spiced a little with l r : W'. UTT.1LL, '
deJ with the best of consequences in quieting The Postmaster General gives notice through resuming his seat upon tho cords, cast off and feelings of an ardent love for the Te.xians Jt'fT'rson! Cf}.) :%)-tdv Adrn'r W B \urrlllt.l'c\t!
public mind, and in a measure aiding to re- departed upon his perilous with the utmosl ----- -
\Yashinglon Globe that -
the claims hereafter voyage they being a branch of the American f NEW: GOODS.
confidence.! The Banks the north it i is fell"possess.on and in ; I
at the
accruing inst that most!!
aga department, will be promptly easy and if we do not have sub-.rribcrs return their thanks to their
grid!| commence discounting again, and the paid in specie or its equivalent. .J Us notice is graceful naJlp..ter, wavin his hat to the crowd. this frontier it a war immediately on Tile and the |ublr in general, for the lileral :j

shying good for the necessary wants of the given that be lie returneu in safely on Tuesday afternoon will he owing the promptgathering encouragement. ; they have received, and solicit! a ...
aercial men's business it is believed will w>nn the persons may not deterred from engaging having landed about ten miles from tho of a military force at 'some pointon continuance 0..!t''l'I : he}r.are daily: re- w .+."

in important mail contracts now advertised city Jn a direct line, upon the top of a beach Red River, which I do not at presentsee ceiringlrumetvl'urkardlaltilnw ean assortment ''
healthful It will .
era more action. however, for. The Globe\ further of superior G.o;;. suitable. to tie seasons. Purchas. r
I raeiimeyet: before confidence will be entirely: should) all the Banks in announces that tree, near the farm of a Mr. Herbert. any sign of. Parties of friendly Indians ers are requested to call before they buy and exam. s i
the United States unfortunately come in daily complaining of ine fur themselves:: J>ow for ca b.DUVAL .
r.d. Goverment too, finds: itself in the same: that depredationsbeing l:
suspend the
payment, department ill & IIUTCIIINS.Tallahassee j
the committed
them the wild In
able obtain night upon by J
niooas the merchant, nut being in short time be : .
a 37-tf
prepared to in all April
pay specie of thc 24th ult. the house deans.
duelling Mr.Uenjamin Several trading American
parties (
iefcrlheir drafts from the Banks )
even deposit just claims against it wherever I
they may have Pearl, of Vt. have I NOTICE.;
Albany, was consumed been plundered and driven in from the (.
Commercial Advertiser of the accrued. by fire, together with all its contents: and j DRI G my afceine. irom the territory, A. J. '
T* New prairies by Camanches, who have been urg- :: Esqr. will act as mv a;ent and! attorney
I nlt. says-"There were great crowds ef The New Bedford) Mercery says-" Our streetsare three small children. About 10 o'clock in i ed to these acts bv their Mexican allies.- ,i: 39-.Its JESSE. WILLIS r
fc ..r."UOic; Halt lIlia' norning, and of with the evening Mr. Pear! and his wife was aroused /
j thronged seamen, unable This state of things ought not to last .j
I procure voyages from long. SPRING A SIHIHEIS GOODS. '
their slumber .
by of the
much anxiety. The mayor's office was in
consequence ef the almost entire I 1
suspension ffflllE SubNcribr has just received frc.m"ew \
eJ. The conduct of this new officer elicits of whaling from this port ; about 40 ships a relying flames. The first effort was to save theirchildren I OBITUAKV. JL York a full assortment ofBoml'azinel. 3Iantu "":';

nrniesl! praise. He has done all that is toslier at the wharves, and nothing dotag towards two of whom slept; in an upper chamber i. Die l in Jackson county on the 11th instant Mrs./( Thibet and :Merino Cloths Black, Green and Dahlia 'tI
; for this purpose Mrs. Pearl opened the ELIZABETH I Cajhmenetis, and Summer Cloths of variety of co i ::.
to soothe the somewhat irritated feel fitting them for sea. Ye have 'had no failures. JANE, wife of Dr Samuel C Bell::- \
chamber door, when the flames burst in aged 18 lours, for Dress and Frock Coats. Ztbra Plaid antI .'
after may VMM. On the 18h: ALEXANDER ;...
er f the people at the Hall-and to restore their & the utmost confidence\'ailsamong all classes her, and she was forced to abandon them their son, aged 18 mon'h3' White Cambric Drill, London nbbe, Satin faced, i ;.

fence in the paper of the banks. He assured Several vessels are now loading with oil for the the t to I ---.- -- -- Striped and Plain Checks and Ca-itoons! White- +. ::-
:that the city government, had the most unashed north of Europe"PIIILADELPIIIA. devouring element, and to save her own --- -- ------ I Lawn Linen, Satin faced welting &c. for Pants a '
life, jumped out of the window I + of ; Linen Collars! .
; but in the great variety Veilings, Shirts :: ar.d. ,J'
banks and that for mAmal1 Ui1: :
in the :?
confidence LtHlYlI. :"
a !
full I Bosom A of 'c..1lso!
was so much injured that it is considered : ?tner: assortment Hosiery, JJ "
jyments of taxes & every thing due the city! May 10.-Arrival of Spe doubtful -- -' --- an e-itetiiivc assortment of ., .
whether she can rcco\'er. One chit PORT OF ST. MARK.CLEARED. .
t1s of all our banks: would he received as cie.-The barque Valpariso, Capt Engles, which slept below being unwell, arose in a bewildered .r. __ _._ __ ____ ____ Heady Made Clotltii"j :

L' from Valparaiso, which place she left on the .1mon wl chare upwards of two hundred n )mba- d
16lh ofFebuaiy, arrived yesterday at this late it is supposed rushed into the zin, '1'Icibaterinn! : Crape, Camblet, White and,
She valuable flames! and could not be rescued. The names 19 May-Left t..lr Suwanncc I Itixer: U S Steamer Brown Linen Drc.-.* and Frock Coats, Roundabouts- 1'
nut TE.us.-The New Orleans Bee port. brings a assoited
FROM cargo of the Marion, Rybdyk, with provisions and for Pants and of ,' made the ,
children that perished Lewis d corn the U i tests e.- ry descnpti-, in ) j
were ,
received files.of papers from Houston of the besides upwards of $200,000 in gold and sil 10 and age S troops. most:: fashionable manner, which he is disposed: tu 1 t
Hunt! and from Velasco of the 11 tho The ver. The only item Commercial new furnished Benj. Olin, aged 8, sons of Mr. Peail I l 4JO-Schr Char'es' Brown, fr N O in ballast. sell! very rta:>:onabc! fur cash or :approved credit fg '.

lid us by this vessel, as is that & Amerilla M. Senler. aged 10 years, daughter : Left Tampa Da1, U S Steamer: Lieutenant Izan! J. J. B1RGE. ; ::
contains at full the of Pre- yet,
length copper Jenkins.
message of Capt Deaibon B. Senler, of this tnw r I. ; Country merc'mnts' anil nth rs wishing to pur- '
Jt Houston to Congress, on the meeting of was scarce at Yalparise, at $17,50 pquiratul. er: The fire was communicated i 1'asrngcrs-IIIExcellency;: Governor Call, Maj chi!'. will Hurt it! to their interest to call at !the aboveestablishment. .t
by leaving
body. It gives an animated account of the I. BOX I Vinton, Colonel 1'itzpatrick, and Dr Randolph. .1. :: Tal.ihassc! ", .1pril -), Hj.3 1r. t
OF ASHES in the in
stoop front of the door- I 23 :.May-Brig Somerset, Lewis, for Charleston, 1 .r
suing sate of the republic and the efficient MISSISSIPPI LEGISLATURE.-A letter from Norlh Star. I: 131: 1 bales coaoor a quamiiy of cattle and boys fur I' "OTIC'E.-During my absence from the Territo-
ilion of the which he able Krr-Wcst. 1., ry PACL 11 JlARLEwi\] act as my agent.trytransacaus :. ,
army, says, is to
Jackson, Miss dated 22d ult. states that the I I Billow! of his in name: will be duly acKnowled.e.l :
FROM THE NEW YORK HIRALD 13th Brig Lawrence, for New )011., CG9! bales my +;
tiny emergency. proposition to allow all the Banks of the St at Velaseo the The! United States Bank has in i Tallahassee: Apnl JO.hl 537. 37-tf
rumor prevailed on 11th of to issue: post notes running to maturity at J 2 suspended AIIRIVED. 1 fl,

",that Santa Ana was restored to power in \ months, to be loaned on long time, with damages the following form. U S Cutter Dexter, Randolph fm CAUTION. 1 ".,'
bound 1
ico, ,& that the independence of TttasVas:: ac of ten per cent for non payment, is the In consequence of the failure of the Treasury to Mobile. ALL persons are hereby cautioned: against trad I X f t .?.:

rleiT-ged\ b;' the, government. It was reportko one most likely to succeed in that body that 0( the United States to pay the demandsupon U S S'earner Izard, Jenkins, fm AppalacLicola. for a note of hand, given by the subscriber:: i ". :

that several Mexicans had arrived in Texan the damage on foreign ; it in specie, the Bank of the United Sclir Washington, JetTerbon, fm iU with end ze to Samuel J. Haider! dited July! 183;, for one hun --;;:
exchange will be t .
ta dred
; to sundriesU and fifty t""lbu nnyab'e: : January, 137 ; as I '
I quarter) with a flag of truce and official pa. ken off an': placed on domestic; that a few Slates! holding large claims upon the Treasury S Strainer Major Dad., Lieu't Hunter, 'Commanding hive: paid thi tame and hold a receipt against said

jrtlative to the above intelligence and that more Banks are likely to be chartered n e banks which it is unable to realise, has fin Tampa: viaAVithlacochee, with Lieutenant note. S.J. W. UOACH- {

din Joseph Powell had passed through Dra-I for the Chickasaw county of 2000.000 been. compelled to suspend specie paymentsalso. cola Bell's coin-rand, U S:> seamen bound fr Pcns a- May. 3. tS37. 3J-3t:4.: }t c; .

ton his way to the town of Houston one at Vicksburg of $2,000,000, and one at 22 .May-Fleam Tow Tot Henry Crowe'l l, from Adiniiii trntor's Sale. I. ,

Halluded ton his possession, and some of Natchez for 4000000. One would supposed The government, through its deposit I TFith'acoocl'ee! bound to Appalnchi: "TILL be :Sold:) at Public Sale, en Saturday: UaT s ,
banks, having failed to meet its t j Ship 9 ii7.h day of :May: in the City of Tallahassee !,
lexicans that they had enough of bank facilities engagements, Jclnce'JISllO, fiun Havana, in ballast to .J ,
in his The editor of the
company this but : by the Bank of the United States did not think 1 !;; R Lyon. Lot Nr 77 -in the original |-lm of said town, bo- + t
Herald be loss time--- corruption is the order of the the SIuroJJcC.lll.: Terms
TO seems to at a what degree ,. longingto estate vt t i.
edit to attach to this news. day. justice: to Philadelphia( to continue specie -- made: known on the d3V.'m. \l'CALL: t'-
payments. FOR NEW '.OUI(. April 23th.1 37.-3A-ts. Administrator. -

'Velasco Herald of the 27th ult.! state that DREADFUL CONFLAGRATION IN DETROIT.A Whenever the government is ready to resume BrigS PATIRA daily expend& will, Administrator's Notice. .,

hrankaway Indians had been at head quar- slip from the office of the Detroit Spectator specie payments 'the Bank of the Uti-I j 6 sail on or before 10th June, for freight we shall apply to the Hoa !
entered into a treaty of alliance with the ted States will be or passage apply 10. 4TtheJulyTe'm
j of AprH 27th says-At half past twelve ready to co-operate county C'-urt ol Gadsden for a I;
army. The same paper states tl.8the o'clock this fire broke the treasury for that purpose. KERR $ KIRSEY. final discharge from the administration of the estate '
morning a out in the ; .
Tallahassee May 27th, 1R37. 4'2-:!tts. of Joseph Fields, deceaeuJ. e.1.
tied shortly encamp on the Nucces river to I bakery of Mr. While, on the easterly bide of ;\ NIXON, > .

| a supply of arms, provisions, &c. There I Woodward Avenue, which up to the present ICE IN CALCUTTA.-The Calcu'.tn Courier ADl\lI ISTR.TOU'S"OTICE.: WM. NORtt OOD, J Adm r. ,1
men who rf'ce \'ed"utionaat head IX week after! date I shall apply to the (bun t April 9.h 1817. 38 tf I I.
quar- time, had destroyed some fifty! stores and of the 5th January says-'' The Brighton f bl'1fan ) 9
and tithe potsuf Bexar, Cupano, &c. there Court of Jefferson, for letters c.'f administration
500 more. dwellings! It extended nearly to the corner of t ( to deliver her Ice rargo yesterday. Ii is on ihe esf,te of Eli Sealy late of said county den'd NEW SPRING GOODS. .

men, mostly Woodbridgo street, severely damaging= the found to be in good order, and is expected to :1ay7,1817- -.6ts :MARY ANN SEALY JUST RECEIVED from New York and Balti 1'
rty seamen, had been draftedthe buildings the side. It hundred maunds a Jar and handsome '
on opposite destroyedthe turn out a -a large propo r- e assomnent of : 1 -C:
army to man the vessels of war at Gal buildings and At of the with MASONIC. FANCY & STAPLE DRY GOODS, Rtady-made ,
Woodbridge water (lion original quantity, reference
tThese men would) the to JACKSON Lodge No. 1 will celebrate the fen ti-: Clothing; Halt, HarJ\caretGrcetries. viz. .
f than it had put navy on a streets, on both sides as far up ns the Steamboat the length of the voyage ; the blocks of i ir.eis John the Baptist on the nth Junr. Black Grode Nap, Swiss, and Lutestring Silks. I'
rfooting heretofore been and en- Hotel, when it was stopped. From 11 iie now in the course f'stowage in their place next, in the Cily oC Tallahassee.\! Lyonaise.-Super Printed, French 4- Jaconet Muslins. .
meet the enemy. bakery down the Avenue, it cleaned the streets of depostte near the post office. We take A procession will\ be formed at their Lodge Roomin t, Ice
vbiigSam, Houston the Masonic Hall at II t o'clock A. M. and from Grode Nap. Scotch, Stripe Plaid and check (
was got off the beach also, on both sides, to the river. The steal the opportunity of mentioning a fact of some Ginh--
thence procred to the cou>;room, where an address ams.! -
fat much injury. She ivas hauled up for the boats and Shinning' u:;> ;in.n nail.._. ., li...i.l_,,.../J nut_. .in'.. ito interp/t; a* showing the progress of demand I will be delivered by Bro. James A. Berthelott. Super French: Figured Fancy and other Prints. '.: ,: 1

of being repaiied and would soon be ready the river. or passed to the Canada shore.- ft f'this luxury. The quantity delivered I to Our neighbouring sister lodges and brethcrn of the Lisle Lace, Lisle inserting, Caps: and Collars. .

An immense amount of rne ehandise was co applicants nt the ice house! is stated to Ira mystic tie of good standing:, are respectfully! invitedto Ladie Figured Satin and PlaidGanze Hdkfs.
i t-alD; join in the ceremonies of the Fancy Brunswick Scads, and Paris Collars. 1 '
from which sumed and the entire day.
paper we have quoted loss is estimated at been about twenty thousand seers in each Ladies and Gentlemen's Super H. skin Gloves. :

.ot\alCO\ Herald of the 27ili April) expresses from twos three hundred thousand dollars.A the last hot months of September and October: informed The citizens that comfortab'ft are solicited seats to attend will\ be and reserved ladies arc for Curls, Bead Bags: Cambric Hdkfs. : ." t '

111t.a\\1Ie armed schooner Invincible of 16 maunds The White and Black Silk Hose. > t# f,
and being upwards day. total them. BY THE COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. i
White Satin :Satin Faced and Brown t
Napolean, ,
luliustar have fallen into the iaDdcf the II BARKING ASSOCIATION. quantity delivered by retail out of the last trNo Brother will be safTered to join the procession Drillings. .

scans. Officers A. M. C. Smith and Bowjer, hav. cargo, is stated to have amounted to about 60 after it leaves the Masonic Hall. 42-tf Shirt Collars", Bosoms, and Satin Stocks. i :

tlg'Imenl was witnessed by the citizens ing received information that a manufactory tons, being nbout two sevenths of the quantity NOTICE. Indian Rubber and COlton Suspenders. i
of bank bad been Cotton balls, Spool Thread anil Cotton Hdkfs.
notes into
iartston on the I7th April, between I Iwo brigs put operation, by shipped at Boston. STRAYED from the subscriber on the night of Cottonade.Ohambrays
Sheetings and..Lirtins
'c ,
i a 'private association, who earned a large sorrel MULE
lCbnoner-afLer the ceased on their marr any' ..:
firing they all
1 b.1h business in the attack of a bouse in Courtlandstreet person finding her, and will return or jive notice of READY-MADE CLOTHING.
} to the westward. GET UP AND BE 5TIRRtNG. lJe'gh Hunt the same to the subscriber miles N E of Tallahassee Consisting of every variety of Fancy and Plain t -

t!f' lebenner Flash with emigrants for Texas they naturally supposed they had a says truly, thai the way \Lo take care of yourhealth or to R Hay ward, Esqr. in Tallahassee, sill6c !lib er- Pantaloons, Round Jackets, Summer Coats, JJ- Vests. -

: oreon Galveston Island on the JSth April. counterfeiting nest in their clutches, and accordingly .. in the spring, an indeed at all times, ally rewarded. HARD CROOM: SILK &: FUR HATS. ; ..

$, *told in the Herald about her being board- made a descent yesterday morning, is to be stirring. All you need say to your 4?--3ts By. H GASKIN.. White and Black, broad and narrow brims-Fashionable I ; ,

ou the banking'house, and captured all bands, friends is said Palm Leaf Hats, lined and shaped, t
,"Mtticin naval fficer the| day |)before who (quoth he) what was by an NOTICE. :'''-
;tQ hoard bit brig and who were, at the time, engaged in cutting apart abrupt but bcnevelent physician to the startled weeks after date I shall apply to the Ii ono ra GROCERIES. ,

1 mod, PnniUcd! Flask and filling up bills, from a huge pilo of cart: of a fine lady, get out." SIX Judge: of the County Court of Jefferson county Consisting of every variety, loo numerous to men or.
elegantly executed sheets which formed their for letters ot administration on the estate of N B. tion. ,All of which its oiler to the city country
'brig. WelU I exclaimed the la d .
had in tow. ore-and-aft schr which The never Y Fo,om, late of said countv.decees trade at wholesale: or retail,on ery terms. ';
wed t. be the Julius capital. sheets consisted of bills from The reader knows the perfection of meaning> EBEJS'EZERFOLSOM.Monticello G. H. ff T. L1NDENBERGER.. :

CMr, a pInto consisting of a one, two threw and a implied by that imperfect sentence CI well- I April 13,1837. :37-Cw. Tallahassee. April 15th, 1837- .3ti-tf 1 '



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ADVERTISEMENTS. Groceries Just Received. Syrup. Jndkin Pe IIJ ee" O

:4 S .- Y tho Brig Howell we baTe jtutreceiyeJ a large IS recommended to all parents, nurses and others .'*'u. ahen piDbJ.t.t., 'to't at---='

': .. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. B and choice assortment of GRCERIES,w hich who have the management of children. 'as the rate and certain remedy (brthmt wuvrcn obsth1,1100t ..

; pcrsens-indeb'.ed: to the estate of the late wt offer for sale on good terms,-'5z : most effectual WORM DESTROyING medicine yet disco some of which have to leaf baffled tfiei i.
ALL 100 bbl Baltimore Whiskey vered: Ul1st It
: S. Peebles are requested to come forward science.
safe and -
50 N E Rom This syrup besides being a active vermi-
\ ardor White ,
and settle the subscriber
same with the : Sweninfiofeverj4escripbo
4+ 25 Country Gin (age, is agreeable and pleasant to the taste, and no 2d Sore 0
will Legs Ulcers of
and t1seiaving:: claims against said estate pre- long a-in-
50 Champ.Cognac, Peach & Apple Brandy I child will! refuse to take it. 3d 1I g.
Schirrnsor GUndalar
them authenticated Taino ,
sent to the subscriber .
properly m Wine It is also happily calculated for preventing and removing n, a.
Dm Jle mt 10 Casks
gm D Malaga those hardened
; within the time prescribed by the Legislative Council children tumours ia women's breast .
other disorders are
*. in such cnses made: and provided, or they will be Auctioneer & Commission merchant. 20 I Jbbls Madeira Old Monongahela Port. Sherry Whisker Wines. subject, such many as bowel or summer to complaints, djarhaa times 4tb terminate Feloes ia ulcerated eane/r..
/ "- ,, ;I barrel of recovery.. SJ1IM3 IDmiOa-Mtindays & Saturdays. I Old Irish Whiskey, warranted genuine. : or looseness, vomiting and purging! it is invaluable o Catarrbs,,or.r what 0m1JeopIe kao. bJ the
\ .. for allaying those pain.which children suffer
35 bbls Moluses 5th .
Rheumatic: Pains
of Ui
-- Adm'r. of S. S. Peebles dec'd. For Sale. used wilt jout .
and .
i 50 Baltimore superfine Flour, in cutting their teeth, previously Gtl::
: April -22, 1ST.7. 37-8w A TRAC T of land, consisting!2So-aeres, in 5100 lbs Baltimore cured Middlings and Hams, reuder this operation of nature perfectly mild end whatever Spraina sitoata.and Bruises of every descripti|' .

the centre of the La Fayeite Township, and 100 boxes Raisons free from danger. It equally\) efficacious in rickets part
; WOTICE.-Sir months from date I will apply to about 4 miles from Tallahassee. It consists of the 50" Prunes and in the infantile remittent lever. It is reccom- 7th :retten of all kinds b tMs eOlll t.iat '.
.L. the honorable SearfBry,J Jge of the Coun- with is to the bent, k arp1lir the Ointments roast
tied the assurance that fully adequate
I- I I 9th and 16lh Sections .f that township, which lie 3000 Ibs bestLoaf'Sugar out of Wafir-
Court Jackson be from
iv County, to discharged intended and that much good may be derived -
;: i the farther: administiaiion of the estate of John Riz, contiguous for their whole length, and form an 100 30 boxes kegs water and Crackers Tobacco assorted quality. purpose from its simplicity and innocence, it cannot do 8th Chilblains, or parts affected by frost. ..
ilercascd. WILSON ROYAL, Adm'r.April oblong ofl by 2 miles. Thr e.fourths .f section kegs harm To THE PUBLIC.

t r: ; \ 20, 1837. 37-Cm 9 consists of first rate hammock\ and the whole 40 50 bas kegs I White aquira Lead and Rio Coffee any Directions accompanying: each bottle.' The fo.Iowmg: communication, addressed M tL

l1 ofii is of the best quality It has been prietor! of Ointrneat, from th
pronounced of
bell Marshall's compound Syrup Liver ] no.
jjUTlE.-Si.mont.hs. after date t shall! presents punish Segars Talmferre, member of .it
I by competent Judges to be one of the best sec 5 hhds wort. Congress,is highly}
I accounts and vouchers to the lion the Ce>: Sugar The
i niy in
;s r the lions in that very fertile and valuable township 50 bags Back Shot colds asthmas spitting of blood liver gratuitous manner which it is made
r Court ( Leon County, as administrator ( n e- For coughs, feelings of no ordinary character
: ute of Jacob llorper. dee. and npnlv for -letters. dis- Section 16 is generally goad oak and hickory land 30 kegs Duponts and Coochs' Powder complaint, whooping cough, and all diseases of the humanity "and is towards'

r misvory on said esntc.: 5TEFHEC W. SELL, portions of it of a superior quality, and of tha 40 boxes Sperm Candles breasand lungs. I .; certainly wclJdescm'nattention. I.>> 0(

t t lard!. 25th, Is3733 CmAdministrators' character of soil which has been prcved to be 50 Smoked Herriugs. Therestorativepowersoftlmis medicine in diseases -! WASHISGTO.V l

S ----- best adapted to the production of full!! crops of fine 10 Tierccs Rice of the Lungs have been attested by the most respectable -I Sir-Ithas been wish for ,Jan lj,i.

Iif 55 otice.S cotton. :From the facility of clearing this last section 50 Boxes Brown Soap. physicians both Europe and this country ti communicate to my the a CaflsiJerabj.

AT the n<'U July Tc.-m of G\d&dcn County Court it may lIe made very soon available as a 50 doz. bottles Porter and Cider.: it possesses sedativeexpectorant and tonic properties have used the ointment you invented good by effcet jJi-**?*
will present: our accounts and vouchers, osndimninntns plantation.The : 100 pieces best Potion Bagging. and hence abate fevers mitigate coughs, and almost which I now understand is JJr 1'appointed
on tie estate! of Cullin Edwards! Sen. 100 Coils .' Kopo instantly removes slight and recent colds, whilst it made and soj b
; tract is well by yourself. I have "
; dcased.tiithc t Hon. Judge of feald: Court, and pray watered, having a large stream Scales! India Preserves gives immediate relief to to (those which from neglect during the lost three pplied this !
running through it, in a healthful section of the 10 barrels character and years to every lpeciu
:o be dis:1iarcd: : therefrom.) No. I Shad have assumed a more dangerous and wound without of
JOHN EDWARDS, country, and affording beautiful l situations for a i Lead,.corD,Brooms, Chocolate, Pepper, ,\.Ifopl seldom fails to cure the most obstinate caees. instance. ,I consider? failure it the to prod ac_. '

S (JULLENEDVARDS( Jr. residence. The rail-r.acl from Tallahassee tit St. Putty, Demijohns, Preserved: Ginge-,Currar.ts, Tarn- It will be found superior to any other medicine., forte remedy in oil cases of most decided 111d.!'

S .. Administrators.Nov. Marks, now near its completion, will afford a arands, Door Matt. En"'lishValo1lts, Cinanum,Turpentine cure ofshortnes of breath, hoar!>cnes, wheezing, and I hafe found tumor, be the camay ?

_' 12J.S3G:: ; 14-Cm cheap and ready access to market for its produce.A Imperial, Gungowder, and Hyson Teas- and promptly remedial in sjrenessof the breast and description. It nc thing so good foe ,.,2l
1 tit Scotch Snuff in bottles Caster Oil Opodddork, Vinegar In w'hoopingcoughi its corrective efforts will any may be proper a 'flf long credit will be given for the lungs. ;
greater part cure the tumor called
; f. ;; t731X months after dale, I shall apply to the Lemon Varnish discovered. the whiic swelhV'i .
( i..tjJ:: | of the For Y. Spanish Brown. Sirup, Copal be speedily -
purchasemoney. R. the
terms apply ta by most distinguished '
J/t court of Lroii for letters of Dis- physicians :;:
S \f \ >n.county cunnty Salmon, 4-c. &c. For sale low by Marshall's Tonic Mixture. as
I ti I '4 1 ., ; ini
Coptland.) : dec: THOMAS RANDALL ,Oct. 29 1836 12-tf For Ague and Fever. lion, prove f..tta.lto the patient was nnderi1!.
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I S .. .! S \ S S. If. H.WLE'al1lnr.: Tallahassee!. February 10, 1837. 27-lf Prepared by C. Marshall: ,! Phila. and for sale by diate notice, effected by the use of Judk'mV'1

,,, .' Jan. "_1SV7: ai-'im __ LAND FOR SALE. J. EDWIN STEWART, and the patient is in fine health ; his limb tat
4 Cily Sta"h's-formerlf Peter ItobinsoiiJj"THE Subscriber is authorized to sail three valua next door to the Post Office. the tumor being restored to a perfect state at

: 1 MONTHS: : : alter date, Miall: exhibit my ac- following rules and regulations are adopted THE Tracts of Land situated within 5. 1'2Jf 25 Jan. 23, 1337 23: Gms ness. Also, that the leg of an aged man \Ii
,, ::J <-oimis ami voucher.-: the lion. Judge of the for the government of the above stables, and will miles from Tallahassee. The first contains about wounded, and exhibited one dreadfully uiccnu-

: county court for Loon oounty, ns adnustraiion on be strictly observed, it is hoped they will give general 1920 Acres 150 cleared The sec. .nd 520 Acres 60 A fresh supply of this VALUABLE MEDIULNE face from the knee to the.foot, and vfhic&fcT*
I f .: the eta e ()fGttloore: tIeset.VM.: FISHER: satisfaction, and prevent any misunderstanding. cleaird. And the third 880 Acres about 200 cleared. just rccehed. than two years, had been considered in III

t t S.t December 5, I h.ii.: 17G-m The 7/ircofa TI.se 'lands are equal to eny in middle Florida, and effectually{ cured by the application of Jud "t
t .f : U l'ICE-Sx: months after date I will present Hack and four 815 00 per day, will be sold on terms advantageous to the purchaser.H. "- meaL I mention these two cases, which fej'i
Hack and 750 W. l DEN. my immediate notice and
.. Sc Miucl.crs nml lll1 the rst.le: Cyrus pall' management, aj t d
j My papers and evidence of the of this
1, Sulkey horse 300 Tallahassee March 15th 1837. tf. 32 efficacy remedy
fr the 3 tiIie of the easeitnors f
It t'l'Dearborn, deceased: to county courtlor Single horse: 200 and of ulcers. I have experienced .
S. the fdmuy (>Gudsdcn! \ for ;a final' settlement, an 1 Land for Sale. as dt
t IU do do 700 per week the good effect ot'this remedy in the cure of '
11 pray l 1vl' icltxisufditiniv-al thcrtrom.I Horse at Livery 25 00 per monthdo Acres of first rate Land, 500 ol and of every species of fresh wound. hium
JOl1WYS Executor.
,I j4 1 Xov. SCtli 13C. 13. do 1 25 per day, 1 U OO whih is cleared, about 20 miles that any one w ho will observe on the operauM:

: I 4i __ -, ----__. __ ,, ______ _.___--_ Single feed 621 from Tallahassee, for ale by R. J/ACKLEY, I liniment, must be satisfied as to IfS beneficial
1 ,; : l IX: nioiiiiis o1flt. d.itc I. shall npply to the. J Ion. All horsrs hired must be paid for in advance, un Jan. H, 1837-23 tf 0 I can with the utmost confidence recommend].

t f1':1: Jud::ro oi tile County C-mit of TcHVrson! County, lethe: person has an account with the stables. of this valuable remedy. .,
: Johnson
d' a" ',. a fi,ill .tiCIIt1C.: from ibo ndmmUiraiion\ : of thestate No horse delivered without an order from the James Virgc; I sun sir, tery respectfully! :,
: owner or to his known servant. PI A PER AND TAILOR JOHN
I : t c ol'l'uii.imin: ; Slcvirm, laIc 01 said C'llIIlly.f. TALIAFBfc
; CHAT L/S .MrCLELLAN' Adm'r.Monticcllo Smokeing in the stable is entirely forb T.'" I" ,. J'. To Mr. Charles Herslons,proprietor of Jud 1

4 5; I 12thIm:!!, )1X37 :5Cm.J tablHiment will be closed at lOo'clock- 1t.. s. .'* .-fl* f t.) meat, near Fredericktown, Marylard.JcTf'PILES'jj \,
I will close the
\ I tenng please S gate. Jfl

: l i TSJOTK'E-isl.enby sicnlliat\ application)' will be THE PROP : :. ,: $ -VsjTC.T : J. isSso Def.re leaving Coonsboro,I had heard mack
t JL the JIII4 .f.ft f JlfarchJ 1837. 30tf :\,.-' t 'jV'\ 1 .: -> i"S article in which
> th'lIt\lltrbl) 1 "
:' : : i m.\de by pet it.nn to \ : ? : ( you appear before the public>
: id-lie) }) f Florida : S :,'whi ;** -': : '" 1: nd named Herstons'
: iheFitjieriiir'CouiiA.i: the .M 1 I tn't v1 prietor, Judkins': P. Sped
t .j for pci mission! to sell tin inten-st and rig.t: olfilie l N( "'-Sore, Provision mid I' ;I I ."f"1i I.... hu t''fC'ilrt'; : I., .s''L et,- ment, made by C. Herstons, near Frederick J

I : <:liJien! n-il l !lit t in of D.i\id) Daiid-on. tlicca'ed in CjTHE subscribers have united themlhefirmofPEACHY&MANEItfor ".' ;'11 ''' nsic i : ...)r. ,i' I '". r.sdy V.: ling land),and of its descried efficacy in cures 011 jZwirlVwhom
f ) the afore8 : t vsripti.ii ", I t.: U &.c.A': : V.ir. :i. as.eaitj RED SOLELY from I
S. certain r.iI cstltc, lying and 1'Ciii'jlii: district ; .7 PREP vegetable matter [by I : am well acquainted. Since mdcnce \
t "i iud, den\d! through then {;jiandmoilitr, and,fatlicj, establishing! in the town of St.Mark .. tnlI sod -l.S f.tic feC1' "kths: r ; "'.. 'verin' OB I10UCK, Baltimore, which may betaken in Baltimore it has performed a eon

I : the said Dauda.id! which: I Ie Ild.lln l.is life \IIl1e.i. q..IliQg> Rl mQ 1"r: : ., .'("'.,1 .._.- -j.e'i cM t' 'I\I''iiir,''.,.ar"Rir;. .' -I!,", '' ens tbs with perfect safety by all ages & in all diseases friend of mine afflictad with the Piles. HH
r HELEN: DAVIDSON, Amr'xof '1,I- .'/tg, 11. : 1. iu cure are lot the following diseases :Dyspepsia, self been a sufferer for some with this
f STORE. Their buildings being large .. ., ,:... S i. ..: .rl'l1r \u-: ,,;-.t: em years
A : k D.i\'id Da*'idson, dec.( ,. Lossof Appetite, Indigestion, Inflamation the Stomach ir.g disease, I now unhesitatingly applied
i. t diou>, they likewise propose atteuding r t .. :l.-:'; :''" 'l'I ely 1011'
: ;.j April, 1 IS::57. 33.ILL : in:? and Forwarding Goods and Cottu.. ., '. ; ., I .; : --bo-;' : Heart Burn, Dir-rcha, Dysentry or Flux- Piles, ment inmy own'case, and am gratified that I h
'- r --- -- Fistula, Obstructed Mensuration, Ague: and Vever, it made a perfect cure. J. A.BENTS >-
they pledge thcmsdres} to pay such aUol.,'I'. L Ii leI,
t : rQ2c'I ; entitle them to a liberal share ofatronage from the flannel alto ...._ _.._ Billiousor Remittent Fever, Typos: Fever, Scarlet Counting room, Loraatdt
Forbes canton jiei u>vw/ :1'5,
Persons indi-l.tod t., the' st\Ie Robert Fever, Small Pox, Erysipelas or St. Fire A few weeKs
1 ; -: : : Anthony's ago a case of woman's
Mcrolrantj and Planters of the Territcjy, and neigh linnen silk buckskin and fur :glo-es, fur collars/ do. sort I
Joeaswl I lucff (j.x.lidcn! ill'! make payment Asthm ,P1CTJri3TlHear"Ics Yellow Fever Costiveness under notice
i': ; county came my the breast greatly hfc
of Their will be colored silk and linen handkerchiefs Alsoa
horingcountics Georgia. goods
white and ,
: r, the umUruiriia'!-and all having Wind on the Stomach or bowels, Cholera: Morbus, the nipple be
b ) ) persons scarcely seen-her
sold low for cash As will endeavor clothing all of which he will sell law appears.
produce. they lot f as
,. within negro Influenza
.i' I ''!laims uill I ilifin! (h.lyltlhlnli atd Consumption, Colds, Coughs, Inflamation ly spoke the she
t ( j JUCMIII' : great misery! was in shi
S { to keep on hand a cOIl!>tant,<;upply of choice and superior according to the quality of the goods as can be bough ; ktti
+ the! time I'rcbonljLd: by law. Win. FORBES, Adm'rmonths : Groceries and Provisions of of the chest, Palsy, Gout, Rheumatism, Infiamatory she had been suffering: three months with iLnfa
\ f.. :::7. I lwI every in the Territory sore throat, Croup, Inflamation of the heart carried to her bed
r.. .1prill I, J I Merchants and Planters will H3615tf( Dropsy, ;-ahc thcn had flaxseed poklki
description. Country 19th
kc- i Nov. Rickets Diseases of the Liver other
'I Jaundice Difficulty it; things had been tried. I ndviserfji
J'1 .- after date 1 shall account: find it to their interest to call: Their store is now
IX piesent Urine Gleet
4 1 my of making Hysterics, Nervous & Scro- ontment, knowing it l.adbeen successful!
k t. r: nnl1 vouchers as a'linmistiat..r on the estate of open. JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. NOTICE.EsJrayed fulous affections of the members and Ii .; ; ; I I;arris BUIIKV I ttc of Leon County and, apply for si WM. MANER.St. I (tom the Subscriber about 10 day since, curial and Vcncral diseases, Ulcers, Sores. Affectations companing it; in 24 hours all pain wu I**,',
t dieImtrgc! SIMON T.1YLOII, :Marks, Jan.lGth, 1836(;, 2. -U. a small Dark Bay Mare Poney, cropped mane and of the skin, & all diseases arising from Impure Blood, broke, and commenced discharging copiously

: "l April 22, 1S)7.: 33-6m tail, paces well, and is about 1 years old. .7t the. &c. Price per bottle $2. continued some days ; the relief from eurasia
t j __: _ Kou-niid's Tonic mixture mid Anti- colored Mules 3 old
... f t S aa lime two mouse years ; This medicine has a powerful effect as a Spring and to perfect ease excited the woman's astonisbod-l
,. I :' ...1). A 1)MIX; I ST .VT dTTs' XOTICE. Costive Pills. o one recently broke, the other unbroken. Fall Purifier, in those wh >se constitutions require few days rednced her breast to its usual stated

i : '. t A LL persons having: claims against the cMaie! of I I N consequence of the numerous attempts to palm I Any person who will deliver said Poney and Mulesto nourishment and new vigor ; such persons would be eight days the cure was compIete.C. HEESTQ9J
; (y \ .t:u.. /achaiiah C. I.'on, are requited to prcben1thcit spurious imitations of Rowand's valuable Medicines me on my plantation, 7 miles north east of Talla. much benefitted by using two or three bottles, which" Frederick county, Al'riI3IS25.
llcsrs.lartin: and the he has determined hassee. or to R. H. Berry: Esq. Tallahassee slull beliberally be taken without drink
tf' $ prop' liv authoiiKdiul to on public- to confide may: regard to or diet. Many BEWARE OF IMrOSJT.w.:

_ .. Han, within the time prescribed bv law, Or they sales exclusively to agents in different parts of the rewarded. Any infor nation of them will be (persons are diseased fur the want of blood being puritkd. Messrs L &. R T Lowndes, merchants,C..HU./ ;
.1 will! be forever barred And those indebted to tin' country, from whom alone the genuine article can be gladly received by Thousands of persons are destroying their constitutions Gtntltmcns Mr Herstoos agent for ibs I

l'( estate will make pauncnl to them. had, and to guard the mure effectually against the im- JOHN S. TA YLOn. by neglecting: to apply a proper remedy; to Dr Wm Jttdkir.'s patent specific ointment,]lull
SOLOMON G.BECKOM, Adiurt nnutionsof unauthorised venders; he has instructedhis March 13th 1937. 33 such the Panacea: will be more than double valuable' form you that last summer I was afflicted wida

t April It1i. I37.;; **'. aglnts in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and LONDON POUTER. ns a certain and effectu.il melnsf restoring them u leg-t'ic' fame of Judkin's Ointment inducdas,

_ .. I'It Baltimore, to make no sales to merchant and other of perfect hearth and vgcr ; few families are exempt a jug of it-but it happened not to be of.Ha .,,
BUTTln & ;NAVY IHIKI. any of the Medicines to be carried Smtlk fortale again.Large 3 00 DOZEN bottles received per l brig Alert, from Scorbutic Affections; which exhibit various symptoms make. 1 used itacroid'mg to the print(4&aj aj

;, :' SO ruKins >\"(.!tin.rn Butur, a fist rate article. quantities of a pernicious article in imitation of from Liverpool.TURBUTrR-For sale BETTON-by as Eruptions Ulccratlons: Debility, Lossof Appetite but my leg kept getting\vorsc. .

I J, I 10aiJ-.irflsN.uy: Ur; :dd.! the genuine Mixture have been manufactured by Lu and Digestion, all arising from impure blood. Mr Herstens traveling to Ihs west stoppeU! _.
L I wouM! ) icspoclfully call the attention of !lailrOiItIclJutr.rtors cius S. Comstock & Co. of New York, and tent to the Feb. *5 180753tf and if not properly attended to, are 'sure to produce house daring the lime, on looking at litanaatj

_ to the Urcad. South for sat:. The name Rowland insteadof Row- REGULAR P..CKE'l'S.ASCHOONER the greatest injury to the constitution. Panacea is recommended had, he immdiately pronounced it not.'of Ian

l Just rrcf.iveJ p'.t bnr; .Viila!', ,fiom B.tltimorc! andjor and, is (m tile l bottles\ of the imitation. The genuineaiticle Lady waSh. in all seasons: of the year, and in particular and furnished me with one which was. Oaojt

_ stile by EDWIN: W DOUSE I may be had of the following persons, w no are inaMer as a preventative from all (iseases in warm climates and smelting, I was sensible of tile difT.-rnR,'

S :-t. :M.uks, IGih :.Mirc! 18 17. 32-tf tnc only Agents in this part of Florida and GeorgiaE. ( Jef-,- and those persons, when diseases. are prevalent, by it looked like i It. I then applied the oinunestvi

--- Bat tiard jr. &co. General Agent, Tallahassee, will taking the Panacea three or four times a week,or three gave me:, to my leg ; became in a stated.
run as
: Charles S. Sibley William Kerr &. Co., Thomasvillc, regular packets between St." or four table spoon fill's when going to bed, and the ment on using the first plaster, and so i con
;; James C. Eccles, Quincy, fear no apprehension of being attacked it got quite well.
; J'. !S.' Middle District of Flo.JtOireis ,. St. Mark\ and N. Orleans. For freight or passage apply person may
Attorney & c. Maiks.
Swaim, Lloyd, with the Cholera, Yellow Fttter, or any other disease, This ointment ill certainly very .valuable,ij
t to Sw&ici.Loyd, & Co St lark:;, or to Kerr &
: his prufrsMonal! -rrvics us Att"rnpy andS Thomas Alexandcr, llickstown, Tallahassee.Nov as this medicine is a valuable restorative of the sys- would be a pity it should be lost to the pobif

J'iiintll r.t !L.\w, III (collection. :: of i'fbts! tic in Darius Williams &Co., MonticcIIo, Kirksey 18 1836. 15tf tem.lhereby invigor.iting thcconst tutiuJI,an enabling: counterfeit article, bearing the name and be II'

k r .- :Middle: I'W.dJ. I lIe I \\'ill :.titci.d nil tic Courts in this J. I D. Carpentrr, Mickasooky. it to l bear the debilitating effects of all climates ; it is genuine: WM K NEd]

District.) C'llice' : iitJit door to the icsidcncc of J. D. The label of E. Barnard jr. J co. will be on all the ZP lii lB: Ii rD 1!)Ii g 11J 111J ll1. conveyed by the circulating fluids, and corrects their Cumberland, May 24, 1831 j'
i .' Wrstpolt, Jr. lq.5' bottles sold by the above agents. tendency! to all those diseases which originate in vitiated From Rae Beverfy Waug\ :

.1'\lJall\s\ January 2.tlt, 1837. 25f_ Tallahassee, July 7th, 1837. 48tf Offers for sale,on accommodating terms blood, diseased liver, depraved appetite or predisposition have known Mr C Herstons to be tM .
his HOUSE and Lot, situated onIonre
--- affections of the Judkin's Ointment several
to lungs. >
Law N'oj e.tT'TIe [Street in the city of Tallahassee. The years dunejsidcnce
NJQ'11lg dJ.m Dl dlt ,
) It resembles, in point of taste and flavour a rich in Maryland,and the ointment wad: f
;r ; :: fulj!-ctib.r's Office is next door to hisrcsitlenceoormr fj-TUE undersigned rejpeclfully informs the planters 110 feet front by 1C3: feet rear. The cordial rather than a medicine. Evcyr person after to have been in mueh repute. It has bees fitt
of Ada-ns! & Clinton Stiects. Desirousijf : of Leon and counties that he has made house is a convenient, spacious and comfortable res-
q- ,
adjacent taking mercury, in any way, should have recourse to used in rrfy own family while living in M rjl} i
\ toln-n'as COUNSEL AKB ADVOCATE such; ATTOR- : E. W. Pitt's patent Cotton CULTIVATORS. he as a Fancy Store, life, or when the has been impaired by excess, BWAWI
.. business be placed with him, will generally invites the Planters call and He also offers for sale his unimproved lot on the '
3 ":Eys : may respectfully to examine it nourishes, strengthens and supports it:-it is not Methodist Book Room, Mulberry st.
be handcd-to Mr. Sibley! U. S. District Attorney I fur themselves. C. F. CLABAUC// 200 loot street, measuring 160 feet front by 180 back
presuming too far to add, that it actually prolongs 'life. New York. May 20h, 183' ,_
subscriber's! otlicc! ). w ho will punc- Tallahassee Dec. 2G 1836. 2I-tf The subscriber will also dispose of his entiic: stockin
: (f cllpying part This Panecea has been introduced to the public fora To prevent imposition: C He'rstons i na1Jli'wn
5 : .. -. attend to itThe subscriber will attend the Trade comprising a most general assortment, of
tiuny received testimonials in its hand '
short time, and has more } writing,will appear on the *nvety*
the Courts of Jefferson
S and Superior JailorS Notice. Goods Groceries
C\uit and
.f Appeals Staple Hardware
; ( Fancy fivour for its efficacy, in so short p time, than anyotlier ters, post paid, directed to him, in FrcdendtB:
t Leo, Gadsdui, Frnnldiiiand Jaekstn: Counties, COMMITTED to the county Jail of Jefferson Grocery, J J4<. &c. His Stock is large and well as- medicine ever discovered and its name at horns and Md will be attended ." .
r T: but no other Courts JAMES links specially D. AVESTCOTT, Jr. county on the ISlh inst. two fugutive -slaves, viz: sorted, with such goods as are well adapted to the abroad, will induce hundre.faye: thousands, to apply For Sale wholesale and retail, by --t

: : 1837. a negro man who says: his name is BOB and says market. for it, to reap the true jirtue thereof. BARNARD 4CO. Drtg' !
Tallahassee, Janl\\ry2ilh: to R. J. .
ci he belongs to George T. Ward of Leon county, Archer For particulars authorised apply Hackley, or Hugh Notwithstanding attempts, may be made t<* impair Tallahassee, Sept. 17th, 1336 6-80".11\

S L 04 Drills Medicines and FciTiiuicry.lE also 11 negro man who says his name is WES my agent. Wm. MANER. the confidence of the public in the efficacy and cura- -
has received fresh LEY and that he Itle power of this me'1.cine, it will go on to conquer The Subscribers having associated tin
S Subscriber just% a supply{ belongs to George Brown of Tallahassee Dec. 7, 1836. 18-tf .
S 1 .8.. <>f DRUGS, Patent MEDICINES, PERFUMERY Sumpler county Mississippi. The owners are disc:!"-. ie': v icted,and earn for itself the good in Mercantile business under the firm if

.. ; &c. among which arc the following articles : requested to prove property pay charges and take JAMES H. COOK, opin .. and tens of: thousands. Already ny & Hawes, beg leave to inform their I

I Carpenter's Extract: of Bark, do. l'inkroot, i'o.' Sartn- them away. S W BA/JJUNGTON Jailer. No. 100 BRoADWAY. NEW YORK, :'in .* melt name which dastardly at- and public generally, that they are now,_
i' 1'arillt, *). Buchce ; Swaim's Panacea and Vermni.I Jan. 21 1837. 84 6m tad s. i i bat such 19 the fact, the number in the store formerly) oowpW; by the lat* 1
p fuge, Rowand's Tonic Mixture, Chlorine Tooth Between Pine and Broad Street, of I '" mnst fully satisfy the most in- S. Miller, on'the west side Qf.Mo."roe. SW.

i 'Vns!i, Mander 4. 'V caver's English Calc mcl ancJMass For RciiU OFFERS far sale a full and complete assortment of creti- .5 .IP it necessary, there could be obtain opposite Washington Square'in the Ciiylat'assee .tl*

Z: I.E i Blue ; Hutler's Magnesian Aperient, \ViUiOt! n's rr The Store formerly occupied by R. Y. Well- Cabinet Vnrniture.con8isting of Sideboards with mar- -, es".oniaisunderthesanctity.f the ?, a general assortment of Dry B"

I 1 tidslli'jlc' Ink, Raspberry; Ginger, Lemon and SarsiiTrilU ford, at present by R. Ilackley, Esq. as an Auction ble tops, do plain; Dressing Bureaux with marble and call) t .>, after suffering the most acute and Hard Ware and Groceries, whicn they .*'.
Evans' English Lancets, best Spring Centre Tables both lon i ,. have been entirely restored to
S4 L Syrups, Room, and well known as the EXCHANGE. Foran plain tops, square and round, '
J. EDWIN fcJTE WART Pier tables hea. .. not enter into the sale on :accoruJating terms.
: J'1-4- do.kc.kc! aciive business it is not surpassed by situation with Marble tops, do. Dining tables in uues comprehension of
Dcc.iJ: I83C. Next door to the Post Office. in the city. For terms apply to any set!8 and single, Breakfast: tables of all sizes, Bureausdo. many, how it is possible for botanic medicine to effect D. MeRAENT.c

-i-- -1 Dec 17-19 R. WELLFORD.. Sofas of all qualities, fashion and. priori, M* h""-. snch wonders in the healing art, as experience has SAUL. F. }IAiLt
READY-MADE CLOTHING. ny Chairs from $5 to $20 eat -iVm (''h r' .f proved them competent to perform, !but such are the Tallahassee Feb. 25th 1837. 9.tf'

7WE have received a upply of clothing, containing New-York &: St. Marks line of Packets every description Wardrobes .r'1 s-iH facts that they cannot be denied.

an assortment of both coarse and fine, which we Secretaries and Book Cases d(. J. ...JI'V< <> j k. .,!* The above medicine can be obtained of G. H. & T. Cotton Gins. ":

..i -S will *-ell at a small advance on covt. with Marble and wood tops, M ai :M>V ., 'h'" ", E. LINDENBERGER, Monroe siren Tallahassee, I Iron framed cotton gins from Bniub"" <

G 11 4T E LINflENBERGER A French Bendsteads, Marble do I. .i;;..:sr P Florida, with proper directions for using it. 45 SIX expectec1 daily at ::St.Mark*_*, ?tej]
:! 183G 20 ;
December_ full assortment of Hair Mattra .. .- : '., Lavina, for sale at the manufacturer's p
.S together with ever) article ne _. 'j TIN WAKE.THE .
Pj -i m .ru..C1w.U.1lf: : FIRST Rate Vessels and experienced -Masters house. Terms liberal (March .t-: .J-3u; subscriber will carry on the 12 1S36.- 14tf.- -

'.iI 1\1 E It C II A N 'r T A Y LOR be employed in this line tl) sail from either -Tin Ware manufacturing busi .
e A
...- : New ports-a vesselwill sail on the 8th and 24th of every CARD.U2ZIItAI7 ness, and will at all times have on Groceries Provisions sC.' 41iF :
returned from York has taken ,
: ; c Having just tho month and oftener ,.
should hand either
-Il; ... -S :;1.J: More formerly occupied by R. Halsey, in Jefferson WM. YLLYS! PRATT patronage, Agent require.N York, IFoCOMMISSION 1 A. a a general assortment, LOURButter, Cheese, Sugar,Coff

I ; i3' -, : -. street, where he is now pening a general aisorlmeni ROB'T LYON, Agent St..Marks.St. ;; at wholesale or retail on as reasonable terms as Mackarel,box Herrings, Soap Rais %

14: .II ':' '" Ready mad clothing, c.niiisting of every article: in :Marks, April 15! 1837. 36-ly'r. MERCHJ1NT, can be sold in any Southern market N. E- Rum,W. I.Rum, Whiskey,
I '- .' : las line ofbusinessuitabIetotlicseason, which will] N.. 60, WATER ST., New YORK. Country merchants and others are invited to call Spanish Brandy, Cogniac Brandy, L

-I' .. l I'e sold on the moEt accommodating terms i Twenty-Five Dollars Reward. Offers his.services to the merchants and satisfy themselves. Tobacco Hardware, Shoes,Hu, C ftCiothing
IIo hs: PSO on hand splendid, assortment of PUpcrfinc from the Livery Stable, Tallahassee, Geoigia and Florida in the Alabama, WM- H. FRANCIS. ; Saddlery,:&c. iJ, ]
., : cloths, Cassiineres a'nd Vestings, recently imported STRAYED ght Bay HORSE, lcnn.in flesh has Wares anc1\erchandise. In the purchase of Goods -Tallahassee, Jan. 14, 1837., 23tf All of which he r.ffersat wholesale of r t ..,]

,r.5 S which he will sell by tin yard or piece and two white hind feet,and a white star in his forehead, selecting; of whole stocks of purchasing in and ,CL.uMS. warehouse of Peachy &Maner SuMantr1-:
I goods or FLORIDA
..- I which can be made up for tho'>c who wish, ;t the Paid horse went away about two month. ago. $15 them. Hating had l experience, in the assorting and Francis Dec.24, lS3G.-2O .JABEZN :
purcha Tallahassee
i ; i shortest> notice, and in the most fashionable style. will! be his P. DUVAL, ,
given on delivery at Capt. Brown's Hotel
of for Alabama JOHN
ing goods and *
Georgia Florida taW
Intending to make Tallahassee his permanent resi he ,of Washington City,formerly of the OTICE.-The subscribers have
-r by Wm. CAUTION.
uencc, he !hopes by persecring application to business Tallahassee Starch 25th 1837 33tf be flatters with himself satisfaction that any orders entrusted to him will Treasury Department, will pros -ute all claims for bles fonnerlly occupied by Peter ;*f fdec.
.- merit a share public patronage. on part of those who may favor Negroes and other property destroyed or taken off by where horses will received at Lwtt

; : I Tallahassee, Oct. 24tb. 183C. 12 tf ALL persons having claims against the estate of htm with their business. the Indians, and for horses. &c. killed in service, or taken sient custom particularly Attended' J*.'
L____ &: C. Fort, dec. are required to present Refer to Messrs. Oakford &Whitcomb. and Bald forth. Army JOHN P. DUVAL, Horses hired on theshortest notice, aD d .
5- : AN OVERSEER WANTED. them duly authenticated within the time 'prescribed win & Hawkins, Nem Y ork.-Wm. Maner, Talla FRANCIS A. DICKENS.. tention paid that will render .he- pra5cU t1t

f. 'L : Apply to ROBERT J. HACKLEY, Esq. in Tllll,1 \. bylaw, or they) will be forever barred' hassee Flo.-Wm. Q: Porter, Apalachicola, Flo.- Feb. 7,1837. 27-tf ment.satisfactory' to the public. \-w*. t
; ).."". (March! 15',1537. 32if4rtii BECKCOM. Craig & Daffin, St.Josephs,Flo.-Wm.A McKenie:: N B.-Letters postpaid, directed to John. Duval, MICHAEJVLEDWITH
Match 25, 1837. 33 8-w Irwinton, Ala.-Preston &. Nelms., ColuP1 al, Geo. Tallahassee Florida,.will be attended to. Tallahassee Feb. 18, 1837.
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