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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: June 3, 1837
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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System ID: UF00079927:00223
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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; ;; aD is published every: Saturday, -
o annum paid wilbin the }'enr- THE For an outfit and salary of A charge d'affaires ta
ollar\Pcr Naples nine thousand
dollars
in advance. ;
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'rp par 1 Wrtcd at One Dollar per square FLORIDIAW. *or aleration and repairs of the capitol, and in

&rr_&TI.t ESr $.JCSlfor!; tile first insertion, and fifty expenses, three thousand six huadred dols.
f't"'!-.. hn ; insertion. AdveTusmcntsrett I For lighting lamps and superintendence of tho

(oT' (3C hsubsequem. number of insertions! required, -- public grounds around the capitol, five thousand ono _
1" I \1;'d I the and charged for. --. hundred and sixty-four dollars, i '
forbid
be rontJn\uI'd until on businrss connectt'd with "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." To enable the President to cause the South Wes 1 i I

,1 \ Editor fill.esablishment I __ tern boundary hoc or iho Uuiua Dlatto, u, run .
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JtlVu lnU, post p .' the following sums viz: '

r : -JJl=U- = IUTl -m\t- Q Eh -QWtI Q tJt .mAQ- mm -iiia-.Us- a nu\ \
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For the salary ofa two thousand do!, r
also the cost of books for surveyor .
THE patent record, twenty-nine For compensation to the General of Arkansas dent of the United Slates receive lais and for
b t"J'-rTrn: STAtrs PASSED AT SECOND "Ps.t thousand two hundred end Surveyor may satisfactory)' ; contingencies, including the purchaso I if _
(\ Tnr TI'S; TWEMT-FOt-RTII CONGRESS. For books fifty dolar. two thousand dols' I evidence that Texas is an independent power, & shall of necessary instruments, wag s to attendants, mind : I'
IO% 01' I tract of other books, t stationery)', furniture For compensation of clerks in the office of said Sur deem it expedient to appoint such minister, in addition i- other expenses, ten thousand dolu ;Provided,

kil1 appropriations for thc civil and dif expense advertising land 51( mid other con voyor General, three thou aid,: dollars, and for office to the balance remaining of the appropriation foreihtecn said commissioner, and surveyor appointed That I, I '
? un--enl office L'
.' AcT Jt1: of Government for thc year i'l building expenses ten thousand including rent for an additional vent and fuel, three hundred dols. hundred and thirty-six, seventy-two thousand the advice and consent of;ihe Stn'ate .
:
f expenses hundred and tlllrt\". dollars. compensation of the Surveyor General of Louisiana : dolan. For and t
. r"nd jcijlit e"en.iho" For of supciinte.idenl exploring surveying the north and cast
compensation and two wntch two thousand dols. r an outfit: and s\lary for an .
Envoy Extraordinary
Senate and 1 louse of line of the United
States
. '! .,t'eII'the Rcprcf men for the addilienal for boundary where the same
.. the
of
J e In.. ts.r f:the United Statcs of America in G'on- r Land Office, one building} and use dollars the General For compensation: to clcarks in the ofee of said and Minister Plenipotentiary to Mexico,when.. has not already been surveyed, and establishing

tl'tllb' ...bkI1, That the following !sums be, and the Fu.' salary\! of the Secretary to Commissioners of Surveyor General, per nets of ninth ) eighteen ever, m the opinion Execlti\, circumstances monuments thereon, agreeably to the definitive treat '; _ _
:"' and thirty-six, twei dollais. will nctmii a renewal of intercourse hon
appropriated, out of any uiinppro- the Sinking Fund from I huntret ty-fivc 1ndrrd diplomatic ty of peace of seventeen hundred and eihty.thre-
i".Jthcrcbf ,
: February eleventh of
in' the' treasury: vi? : April, eighteen eighth to I compensation to tae: Surveyor General ot"iMi..- our illy with that power, eighteen thousand! dollars. to be expended under the direction of the President

:" money and milctc: of the members of Congress dollars and thirty-six, I forty-three sissippi' two thousand dols. For sahrics of the sccietariesof Ifg-ition lo Great of the United States, twenty thousand dollars; I
{ hundred and thousand ninety-five cents. For rnmpcns ition of clerks in the office of said) Surveyor Britain, France. Spaiii, Russia, Prussia, Mexico and
foity-fight For the
stable
three For enlarging public at the capitol an'tthe
ICS, compensation to sujiciinterdcnt and watchman '
Austria ) dolls.
ninth ;
of the 14,000 I
Geler..I. per acts May, cightei-n
!;. of the southeast erection cia shed for the protection of the tools
011 r
) d cXecuticbuilding, two thousand one hundred and thirty-six five thousand do!.. For salariesof the charge des affaires ,
TIbrt Portugal
\ ., If theoflieeis, anJ clerks of the Scmle and j hun led dollars. Jr implements and materials, twelve hundred dollars .
;( scnt.1ti\'c",1.hirl.thrcc thlll u\and seven I I"dr.d P I For compensation to the Survc-or General for Ala- Del mark, Sweden, Holland, Turkey, Belgium, Bra For completing the improvements commenced ;
byexteading 1
( c'r' .r contingent expenses of the building xcapicd um3 two thousand dols. zil, Chililfru, Mexiuo, Central America, New Gie- the ; .

) d.lInrs. flrl and all lhrr coutin- by the I'i rallY, including fuel, oil, labour, repairs, For compensation to cleiks in the office of said Rurveyor n/dl, Vcrezueh1, fifty-sight thousand five hundred capitol square west, /my thousanddollars 1 J
I"t 1HhIng furniture and ;
for
If 6utionerr rent, amounting to four thousand .
General hun- dolls.
act of ninth May eighteen .
lee ,
J the Senate, Jorty-ninc thousand five lour hundred and For alterations and repairs of ihe President'*
I fifty dollars per annum, twelve thou dred and th'uty-six, two thousand dots.For For salary of the drogoman, and for '
I ; J fcnse fin ydoiim.S sand dollars. I contingent ex- house, ;.nd for superintendence of the grounds around I 1t
and all I compensation of the S.irvcyor General of Florida psnsoj of the Igltiol to Turkey, six thousand five the
other c'miinrIgeptnsCS thousand three 4
jsiioncry, f w'', piintins., For compensation to tic clerks and in thousand doU. liundrcd dolls. same seven hundred dols. ;
messengers two
f r. of the 1 House ,11 t icpresntatvcs.: one5rrJ the office of the For compensation to the gardener employed in
Secretary of War, including sixty-five For clerks the of said Surveyor For outfit ot a minister Russia
JdolrrS.tuowmsU't j compensation of in (Ifc to nine thousand superintending the capitol and other
f1V( \>ousa\\ and square public ,
seventy-one cents Samuel
al due dd
II dul.ls Is.
General
reMagcs thousand dols. I
mentioned lo be npj.l.c.1. to the I I thr grounds, on<* thousand dollars;
for
/ J. s, clerk lure & for
''' incvengcr in the Bounty For of the of ronfiimo For outfit of a charge des affaires
e expenses completing copies to Belgium four For hire
the clerk ofwitneses
01 t enatc mileage
ortfnaty: expenditures I ItIISt Land Lurcau thirteen pay servingsubpoenas I
the I thousand .
of one hundred and fifteen .
offices thousand hundied
dolls.
nt : tions and orders of and from the _
sun p.-ocuring ,
cy, : 1 '""
! of JIrpnwUati, severally and to r.o I I duls. and 1\'e and other incidental jvijt.3vr -.f .1.
I : sc\eniy-onc cents. of the registers copies 01 plats and sketches necessary For contingent expenses of all thp. mission nh..J, inc aeicctcommittees of inquiry appointedby 4
.
For
puI. hose..cnmr11satio \ to the President and Vice Presioriicti11ittll contingent War thrce expenses of the office of the Secretary to l correct location ot pri\atedaimscxplin- m. addition to the balance remaining of a former ap. the Htuse of Representatives, twenty-five thou

the at I thousand dols. ed in the report (10.1 the \> I prpri\tionliirty thousand dolls. sand dollars, in addition to the contingent of _
Stitrs Sctrctar of Suite theStnry Ot.l lund
) For bookmaps, and j.lati-, tor the War Depart.. thousand dols. I For salaries of the consuls of the United Slates at said House; I
\ <-f lu\ :: rrcnsurythoSecret3iyof: \Vo r.thc I inent, one thousand dolj. London and Paris four thousand dolls. d'affaires .
For compensation to the Commissioner of Publi. For an outfit of a charge to New Grenada '
trfof tlC 'av"t and the'' Postinsstcr Gcneial, For compensation: of extra clerks, when employed Buildings Washington, two thousand four hundred [For expenses of intercourse with the Barbary Powers four thousand five hundred dollars;

_
xT tbou'1\n,1 dollars- il. said office, two thousand five hundred dols. and fifty collars. seventeen thousand four hundred dolls. For balance due the acting Governor Slichigan, .

for clary of the Secretary to sign ;patents f,r pufo- For compensation of the Commissioner of Indian For compensation to three assistants to commissioner Por the relief and protection of American seamen according to an account adjusted by the accounting _____

\\lnGs. per ari of :March second; ], eighteen: hun l8Jl I .Affairs. three thol-:ud dols.F4sr as superintendent at Fotom In idgc, t wu thousand in hreimi count ies, thirty thousand dollars. officers, seven hundred and twenty dollars, and fifty .

Jj l ir'iLllrer, one thousand\ fhc hundred dollars.: eoiiipcnsa ion of the clerks and messenger in four hundred and tixly-lhie>t dull -rs und seventy-five! For -omingcnt expenses of foreign interco\irse, one cents;

'rorc\erks{ \ and messengers in the office of thc ccreD7Of the office- of the Commissioner of Jndi:1 AtTa'ns, sixteen con I S.For. in addition to tIme balance remaining of Sormer appropriations Fur completing surveys of unfinished portions of i _

gnu1\ twenty thousand three lu.ndred d ll.ns. I thousand lour hundmd doh.I rcpai.-s of the fail bridge, wood for tIll draw- thirty thousand doll. townships, islands, lake, &c. in Missouri not exceeding .

"['r tjif contingent expenses tlf.tl, Department < fsr I For contingent expenses of snid office, two thousand keepers, and oil for lampsvo hundred and seventy- For clerk hire, office rent, stationery and other expenses five dollars per mile, seventeen thousand

,inf'aJin? publishing' : and distributing the law, I idols.I seven dulls.Foreonpcnsation. in the oilicc uf the American consul in London fivehundreddollars: ; : i
thousand: dollais.recompiling \! For compensation of the Commissioner Pensions nine of ninlcenth For completin light-house\ at O New
y.fi\"e I in the officers of the1imt, per act January, eighteen hundredand -wgo _
and riniin the Biennial Register i two thousand five hundred dols* ; York hundred and fifteen
; teen ttttuiisandcveii hundred dolls. thirty six, two thousand c-ghl hundred dolls. seven dolarsj; i;
-thousand/ : ciht hundred dollars? For compensation of clerks transferred from the For compensation to t'istlUt'and labourers in the For intr'rpreters, guards and other expenses incidental For payment ofarrearages contractors on tho __ __ __
fir superintendent and watchman of the nonh- office of the Secretary of War to the office of the various departments of the Mint, twenty-four tl.o to the consulates in the Turkhh dominions five Cumberland road in Ohio, being the balance of an V

to tICcnli\'e building, one thousand five hundred Commissioner of Pensions four ihousand eight hundred sand dolls. thousand fire hundred dolls. I appropriation carried to the snrplus fund on the thir.. _

lint. dols. Fi'r wastage of ;old! ant silver i\ and continent expenses For salary of the principal &. assistant librarians ; ty-first December eighteen hundred and thirty-six
fir contingent: expenses of said lluiin\ ;, inelutiinjlabour : I For compensation to cleiks and messengers for tIe of the Mint. includingImprovemcntsininachincry compensation of assistant during the two sessions of twelve hundred a dollars and tony ;
oil ana repairs: two thousand five Imndfurronipcnsaiion office (If the Commissioner of Pensions authorized the one cents
; I by thirty-eight thousand one hundred dolls. twenty fourth Congress ; messenger, nr.d contingent ; : i
..Jln1al......!.--- act of ninth (.f May.. cichtecn hundred- and--thirtv-six- For exrenspf incident to introduction of new expenses o the library. four thousand two hundred For compensation to Daniel Graham, late Secretary I
f to tIlt! clcr'ks0.1, messengers: in thirteen thousand four hundred' and fiity dots machinery) and npparstus, twenty tie thousand dolls. ind forty-lhree dolls, of the State Tennessee, for his services, per..

jjSceof the Secretary (.1' the Treasury, sixteen \ For compens.\ iol to the' clerks ond messenger in I For the compensation of the Governor, Judges and For thc purchase of books, for the library of Congress fOrlClllt the le-quest of the Commissioner of the J _
'**ind, four hundred nnd fifty dollars.Jir the oflico of the Paymaster General, lour thousand: tj I Sectctay (Wisconsin Tciiitoiy, nine thousand five thousand dolls. General Land Office, in order to answer a call of -
romt'lefltuti..110 the clciU. in siit1f porart 1lren'r. hundred Jols. hundred dolls. Ile For flrrihilgslcl members of the present House the Hou!e of Representatives, made on twentieth of .

: .hird of Jim% eighteen hundred and thirty.Siftrcc i I For contingent expenses of said office, three hundred I For contingent up Ies: and ccmpensation of the of Kcprescntativct as have. nut received the same, under January eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, two
:
thousaml six hundred] do'lars.jrcompcnration d. U.Foi I members of thc Legislative: Assembly of sajd Terriury former: orders of the House, the Diplomatic Cor.. hundred and fifty dollars; u
10 the First Comptroller (T thr I ; of clerk and in the For the expense to the seat of Cov- ,
I, compvnsat'on messenger an J printing the laws, r.mc thousind seven hundred respondence, American Siare Papers, Piegister of Debates i ofhrngir 1
JiMtry: three: tnousand: five hundred dollars* off.co f. the Commanding General, one thousand l five :uid fifty tlolls. K'.lioli'ti: Delates, and the first volume of the ernmenf, the votes PrlbiJent of iheUniten State'
compensation: to the clerks and] mrsscn,< *I'1 in' hundred tiuhlars.I. ; in pddition to a former appropriation, two lhou.>anp
;jir I For of the Governor, Judges aii'fSe-1; Land Laws, fort j-four thousand {hour hundred and .
compensation :
(cfitcof! the First Conip'.iollcr, nineteen thousand eJr contingent expense* of said office, tlircc hun crttary of the Tcnitory of Florida, eleven thousand }, "i.. t dollars ii tvvcnly-cight cent : Provided, 'rhat two hundred dollars; I
of the Senaor. and
,e l'mdrl-d (lghI1i. dred dols. hui.dred, eollvFor if there are any surplus book, copies! of which have For compensation Representative -
l1\l'rnsatiun to the Second Comptroller: three: FOI't'omprnsniol to clerks and in the St\:1 I : elected by Michigan, twelve hundred and
II!!C neener contingent expenses, pay, mileage f the members been distributed to former members, in tha Library of
. mnd tluI.lrs.IJIcnl1pCns.t! ofliccof the Adjutant' Gtncral, bC\'CI thousand MX of the Legislative Comic:! of sui'l l Tcrri'oiy sta Cnn n's5, they shall be distributed one copy lo each forty-eight dollars;
ll" to ihcclorKsane' nics.n;tr in tlc hundred and .ifiy dols. Connj j of said members has ..t received the For the paym nt of a balance due for time expenses 1
I tioncry.. fuel, printing, pay "flhe ofiKers of t.e! \h.) n frame.
Atttf! like f'c'c..nd> Compiiollc; I r, I induJiiv! !i ; two clci K- For Ir.tinzei1tcxJcIis s of said office, one thousand\ cil, laws. leu tliousJiid three hu.1 idrod and For the purchase of ihe manuscripts of the late of the Legislative Council of Michigan Territory
copjiu j jthirtyfive
.ijnsfcricd: Irma the office: of the }Fourth) ,\luJi- I six hundred, J..ls. al'o dollars. i Mr. Madis-u referred to in a letter from Mrs. Madison two thousand and fifty-seven dollars :1j seventy-two f --iI

X.tnlvc liouand! two hundred and fifty dollars.compensation I IT For C'.1Hpcns'oJ to c'crks! and mesjcngcr in the For compensation to the Chief Justice, the As'oci-I to the President of the United Stales, dated timelitecnth cents; I I .

( to tin; First .Auditor of thcTrcafff.llnci i office the Uiiartcimasur General, be\'cno thousand ate Judges, nnd litrict Jm.'ges! of the- United States: of November! eighteen hundred and thirly- For fulfilling the contrac's made with John Van- .
: Inman Robert Wier, and John G. -
dollars. three hundred dollars. derlyn, Henry ,
tht-iisii-d
{ eighty-four! thousand. nine hnndn-d dollars., six, and communicated in his message of sixth (December I
for COM:x n sat i.:in to the clerks and messon c r in the4eof I 1"1 contingent cxj.cnscs of said office, six hundicddolv Fur compensation ,.f the Chief Jusiirc ill Associate eighteen huudnd and thirty-six, thirty thousand Chapman by the Joint Committee of Congress tiu- ) i'
I der the joint resolution of the y-thircf day of
Auditor fifteen thousand nine hun- II j
First
the I Jtu'ges' of the District: of f Columbia, and of the dolls. I
iloUars. For compensation of clerk and messenger in the Orphans'" C'ovrts of said Dutriet, nile thousand five For the --crvicc of the General Post Office, for the June, one thousand{ ind thirty-six '' t.
fcr'onipcnsati-Mi t. the Second Auditor of tIle Trt a- !. office of the Cuinmujary General. of Purchases, four hnndicd dolls ) eighteen hundred and thirly-scvcn, in conformity for the execution off >.ntin s for tho ,
; year of ihe\ eight
thousand dnliars.fa thous.ind two hundred dols. thi of the second hundred vacant panels capitol, ,
It ihirec I For compensation to the Attorney General of the to .act July, eighteen & -
f.i the clerks and in the For contingent of said office hundred vu I thousand dollars;
compensation messenger expenses eight 17. S., four thousand *. ih'rty-sir, : To enable the Pres sited States to ;
4tof thr Second Auditor, bc'cneCI thousand) nine I II I dols- For compensation of cleik messenger in theoflicc For transportation of the mails, compensation of contract (\>r i dorn the two '
ant .oKroo
laired( dollarstrnmjpiisationto- I For compensation of clerks and messenger in the of the Alt, nicy General, one tllou 'nl three postmasters, ship, steamboat, and way letters, wrap- blockings on the east .ol, eight thousand ,.
.{ the 1 hird Auditor, tin ec thou : ofiic of the CouimUiary General of Subsistence-, four hundred .IIU". ping; paper, oilice furni'ure: advertisingmail bags, do.lars :

a' Mlar I. thousand thre: hundred dolar. For contingent expenses of saidofilcr. five hundred blanks! ; n.ail lucks and keys, and stamps, mail depredations -' To Mr. Auger; lot .' 'te Chief Jus-, -

to the clerks and mes..n crs in :' For contingent expenses office, two thousand dolls. and special agents, clerks for offices, and lice Ellsworth, four hxuuiecl dollars;

fc For"IlIialill\ Auditor, twenty.niucthousnndrIlla&ed :I six hundred dols. I For compensation to the reporter of the decisions of miscellaneous expenses, four millions four hundred To enable the Secretary of the 'rreasury to employ -

and fifty dollars, including two thnu.suidwliunilrod '\ For compensation>of clerk nnd messenger in the' the Supreme Ceurl. one thousand dolls hundred and nin-tv-four thousand dolls. for one year, a competent person 16 classify and t
dollars: for clerk hue to carry into eflcctirt office of the Chief Engineer, five lluI.dll six liuni For compensation the District lorc :' andmlarslim1s' For payment to A. Fuller, and the rent of the building translate when necessary, and make suita- j -

(If the seventeenth of January last cnlillf'i i died and fifty dols. :?\ as giante,I by law, incudin; lh"SO}in the \ now occupied a a General Post Office, from the ble arrange records of the and doument connected I, _

ct to provide for the aytivnt of l\ j For contingent expenses of said office, one thousand several Territories, thirteen tlwls.ld two hundred &I .sixteenth! December last, anti for the year eighteen with the private papers claims at sundry periods -
I
: hnndtcd and five thousand dollars.
oct destroyed in the military: bciviccttt dols. filly-d"Hs. j thirty-seven, have bctn presented to, and acteJ on, by tho --
trproperty United 'lates/' For compensation to cerI& meisongcr in /ho. office For defraying, the (:expenses of the Supreme C.ut I I Iand For guarding the site of then'ld Post Office, and Commissioner, or the registers and receivers acting I 1 -

Ivcrimpensaiioa" the Fourth Auditor, lluihou- .of the MJigcon G lerjl, one thousand *.\hundred & he Distuct Courts of the United Stales, -i.cludirgtho I picserving the public property, two thousand dolls as ot private land for
fifty dols.j District of Columbia also! for and wits For the expenses of the branch mint, at New-Or cams
.d.hlarE.h ; jurois the district eat of the island of New and
I compensation to the clerks and messenger in the j F'rcoimtincmit, expenses of said office, fic hundred ticsics in aid of the funds iiii,ing from fi-icr: penalties I leans, for .the year 18I:7, viz: west of river, in the State ol Louisiana, tha 4,

.(,f f the Fourthudtlr.! fifteen thousand nine 1 I all fifty do!*. und J'rftilurc'inclined in the year cihiter.i. hu.tdice For salaries of oter and clerks, l2O dolls.Fo sum of Pear dollars; ,

wand nine liundrcd and fifty ..lnihtcs.I I, For coolJielisation of cleiks and messenger in the nnd thiriy-scven amid piecedmg: years ; a.i-l likewise compensation in depart For pay and mieace! of the members of the Sen.

1 compensati n to thc Fifth Auditor, three tli-.i'Wtanpens.ition Ordnance Oilicc, eight thousand six hll led und IlityI (defraying tin expends ,1 su.ti: in which the L1. S. iiients, 13,000) dolls. ate for the extra session to commence on the fourth I

I} w i dols. arc concerned, and of prosecutions:t for otle-nces comniittcd For (completing-he mint edifice, and enclosing the day of March instant, thirteen thousand eiglr. hun -. T
tn thedrks and Ine1snr in the For contingent expenses of said office, eight hnn- against the United States, and forlhcaafe--keci! lot. 90,500( lot Is. dred and sexenty-five do'lars; d-

\ Fifth) Audiu> nine thousand ( i iI.t hand died dols. ing of pus Jucrs.. three hundred and thirty thousaml. Flr furnishing the who'e establishment, inclusive For stationary, fuel, priming, and all other contingent
1n (1..rc | For compensation of the ck-iixs and ucssengcr in I; of all apparatus, lools, arid fixtures, not included in expens of the Senate forthe extra session U

r d', ntitn to the Treasurer the L.:t. lc'. I: the Tojuigra]>!iicalUuicauluuthousandfi, >'v hundred dolls.For expenses of printing Lime records of the Supreme the conn acts, 1 Ij.WJdylls. to commence on the f.mrth cay' of March instant,
rllll For of ijoKI! and silver and for the *
dollars.fweompen'ntior. d''s. Oi-uit, three thousand: dullsFor wa age contingent five thousand dollars;
: 10 tIle cleiks niul nicssrncer inSuffice :( Fur contingent expenses of stid bureau one Ihoub.ind the payment (>f.I pensions giante: by special acts cqpenscs of iho mint, 18,600 doll. For the expcnscsofthe distribution in boxes, end '

of Treasurer of the United Miles, inf5n ixxohiinJred and iliiity-li\c 1.lp For of the in he Clothing and ir.ainlcnancc of light-houses Geor 'a, for the year, 1837, viz : of ll.e State Gales and
a d.l ficiency of .lpprop, zi')1 (If two humiicdxrixtyfour ;I compcnsati \ messenger For tin- support pilation Papers printed by j
dollars and hixty-f
ittcn dollars and mty-four cents. i 1'or salary of the messenger in the office of the In- improvements, and conling'-nt cx It1: i ses, two hundred For furnishing. the establishment with all the apparatus thirty-two, to the several States, Territories, colleges I
I
r far.compensation to toe llcgis.cr of the Treasury, J I spcctor General, fire hundred dollnis.Forcoinpensaiion and ninety-eight: tln.iisar.d und fifty fire d, lk to I., .$ fix'urcs, not incluidinthmcconiracts, and athenreums of the United States, one thou. '*
,
dolls: .
distLrs.hirfotnrens.tiIn\ I of superintendent! anti watchmen For a Hell!, and fixing the same on the!. lijhMiouscat : 7,0 . ... sand five hundred dollars;
)thouland ,.. ... .t. f rrrfi \rr.ttil .iii.l r. .1f f-vnt: y '
H' .1. AUi S ttL.tj i" unit ..IL&AILSpetUcs c&-. the ofnincteen of the American -p
\ to the clerV.. and me M nors in ot the nor.iiweat cxecnuvK building, two thousand 2 Cove Point in the l.l.esape-akc oayuing Lit .UI"UIUof iV'U For purchase copies
lofficeof the Hc;islerof! Treasury, twenty-four 1 hm.died, and fifty elols. anapj-.ropriati'n for that purpose; which \ill he of the l.ill, thousand five hundred dollars Slate Papers, printed by Gales and Seaton, I tf

kuuind two hundred dollarx. For contingent cxpenscsof said buildinp:, including, the surplus fund, one fhou.a.idwo hundred pursuant to the resolution of the Senate, of the fnwt I
, fuel furniture car4.c to For expenses inclre.) in elehte-cn hundred and of March, instant four thousand five hundredand jI
,
for to the Ccmnli.si..nc nf the. d*. labour, mid rcpam" three thou- day
compensation hundred : river thirty-six, for the edifice and machinery, more than eighty-eight dollars and fifty cents;
ilLaid! r act of fotiith of Ji one and cighiy-iluce doU. For light house nt the mouth of Chefuncte ,
Oir"l : the amount apprudria'ed in the act of ]eighteen hundred For hundred and copies of ihe Debates
.
of for that.ubject I two forty-four
.dred threi thousand d< compensation the clerks and n-.fc3scnj.ers in being the of a former appropriation ,
.. ofthcrcror.er. solicit tike of the Secretary of the Navy, twelve thou- which am'Junt will lie caiticd to the: llpUS! fnn ', fit ctliouanil and lhiny-! \"( thousand dollars; of ihe First Congress, and of the Rei-ler ot
ToreotnpensatitMi ofihe mint Charlotte
For the expinses branch to the end of the Congress, as published
and dolsr Debate present .
clerks! nfty .
u,and tssist.nt draughtsman, eght lldrc dols. North Carolina for the eighteen hundred amidIhintvsrVefl. be distributed the -
) l Gales andSeaton to to
|Jpackers, in the ofllcc ot" the Comniissifetral cOlln expr: nsa:yf s:iiJ o.Ticc, three thou- For two beacon tights nr Cockspur Islu d, at 1:1 by *
\i/: members of the Hous fifteen thousand five t
?, f
Land Office hundred and cig 11 Ils. the mouth of Savannah. Uivrr, which be carried present
one
w11 For s ilarics of officers and clerks, six thousand collars hundred dollars I
w hundred ad fifty dollars; and the a !! compensation of the Commissiouci, softie Navy to the *-arplus futl s-ven thousand: ; ; '
thousand five hundred doU.Fer United States including ; For compensation to the commissioner, secretary,
ftlie Recorder the General Land (. lioard, tel For coast of time I
?? thousand five
laborers
hl survey to one of tie
I'j For compensation and clerk the contingent expenses commission 4
*two thousand dollars ; &. the sum of nine hundred I I compensation of the Secretary of the avy- arrcais of eOlpcn'.ui'l and expenses of the hundred doll and with thou -
; the convention Spain[ eight ;: m
I!
thousand dols. at ihrccthotisind
>isfcliall be pay Charles\ Glrdt1 ft-r sen'ici icn- I JJoard, two stifle,intendent, es'imating; his compensation For furnishing the establishment with all the apparatus sand two hundred dollars
of the Scuatc of sccon-j ofhur.drcd For rompensaiion to the clerks and messenger of dollars r and his expenses at the ; 1"
Ptundcr the pi
rcsoUuion I I annUl tools, and fixtures not included in the con- To authorize the President of the United States
.ci-htf'en and thirty-Mi. the Navy Board, eight thousand four hundred and fifty sam rate from Au-ostsccnimd ti-iilccii hundrcu all iractssix thousand dollars the medal directed tote
I I ; to new dies to renew
< hc I on account of sal dollars.For thirty-two and incTuding ..ls->. such ditioml! p y- procure c ,
ur deficiency t. appropriated For wastage of gold, and fo the contingent er- I in honor of Brigadier General Daniel Morgan .
t for thc year eighteen hundred and thirty-six, toCcir.miKHon ,I cimtingent expenses of said office,one thousand mcnt to the army nnd navy) ofcerscmllo'ed upuri, tlicsurvey penses of ihc mint, five thousandTfivc hundred doLs; by the act of the second day of July one ihou u

<:r and ether officers in the Gincr.il"UdOfficctwentyseven I eight ]hut.drcd dols. for their put the President For cncleB-injr the grounds, repairing a bui.lin sand eight hundred and thirty-six, in case the original .
thousand hundred For of superintendent and watchman of the decide to be jUt atid proper, sixty thousand -..--..* : ; t
and
4 : eight !al.t} may on the\ lot, nnd for out-houses 1 larsj; dies for the said medal cani.ot be found, ono ,
'?7-six dollais and ten cents. southwest exccutitc building, one thousand two hundred dolls. Fur furniture of the Pre. ; wcuty thousand

Fir compensation to the SMiciior of t e Treasury I and fifty dols- For completing the ppblic warehouse at Br.ltimore thousand dollarsForthe !; For dolars tlno crypt of thou ropltol, l hy clovin! I -

**tliousand five huudrfdc'cllais. i For ootitingont expense of said building, three thousand fifty thousand dolls. taxes on the arsu' i.'I I -Iphia.. the openings on the cast front with sash doors, .
'compensation to the desks end Iuescntcr in three hundred and fifty dol*. For the custemhousc at Boston, one hundred thousand for'he years eighteen hundr '*:1" .", and king double doors to the outer entrances and repairing ) ii -.

ffice of the Solicitor of the Treasury, three thoulkii0 : For compel.SHtion to three Assistant Postmaster dolls- eighteen hundred and thirty h-i-i ,' d four furnaces, eleven hundred and fifty dollars; U '

I/ Imudrcd and ttfty collars.for Generals, per act third July, eighteen hundred and For refunding duties on railroard iron to the Lexington hundred and fifty dollars ant For making the post office, document, folding, i

cxpenttrt of stationery printing :and nil other thirty-six, e\'rn thousand five hundred! dols. ard Ohio Uailroad Company, imported i11 1322 For the salaries of the rcg' '' r of and library rooms of the House of Representatives 4 Hill. -

:Ingcm cxpcn.ji:: Of the Treasury Department, For compensation to clerks and messengers in the and'! 1833, per act of second July, 1 1837, one thousand land ofiices where there are n gonethluanllseen fire proof three thousand one hundred and fifty dols. -

I: General rust Office, forty-eight thousand six hundred 98-1 dolls. hundred aud an uoi.a.. \ ihirty. To complete the enclosing the garden and grounds .. -
For the office of the\ Secretary of the Treasuryin.. duls. For expense in relation to the relief of certain insolent four cents, carried to the surplus fund two thousandfive of the naval magazine and marine hospital, one hun. -

*dm- copying, & cxpeiiMn incurred in con cquence \ For contingent expenses of said office, includingexCM debtors of the United Slates, three thousand hundied dollars; dreddoilars; -

Ule burn: of the Treasury building, twelve thou- {> es of new offices and fuel for the Auditor's OHice, Jo\s' For ihe construction of the Treasury uuiJing, forthe For conducting war! along the Pennsylvania I I _

, i4VC_ hundred dollajs.Fortratiklating : ten thousand dol a. deficiency in the fund (..'rthie. relief. the sick. .and. YC.1 ei.htee hnn red and thirty-scvwt.", addition avenus from the pipes at the Capitol to the 'rreasit. J '

foreign 11n' ; .r.d forrccciving For icpairs, books, and stationery, already incurredover and disabled seamen (! utal"hel by net ol Uiird to the amount unexpended in eighteen Hundred ry and General Post Office buildings! with the ne.Qary I I

1 transmitting passpoits and sea.!tlen,in the offlce4e and above the appropriations of formsr years inconsequence May 1 1S-.12: 25,00U dolls. and thirty-six, two hundred and fifty-seven fire-plugs to water tho avenue, ten thousand; -

Secretary)' of the Treasury, three hundred dolfei. of the reorganization of the Post Office Fcr the compensation to two keeps of the public archives thousand dollars: ; dollars; .

Department, kix thousand seven hundred dols. in Florida, 1,000 dolls. For the construction of the Patent Office, in addition For the purchase of a fire-engine, Iprtratn' ana 1

Fo lLling and printing public hccounts, one thou For compmiaiionio to two watchmen, six hundred For the discharge of such miscellaneous claims a- M former appropriations, one hundred thousand engine-house the War and Navy Departments, r- t

.rr huad red rs. dols. t the United States, not otherwise provided bras dollar*; seven thousand two hundred and twenty-five dais l '

, i 1. office of the First Comptroller, two thbu- For compensation to extra clerks, prior to third of gal shall be admitted in due course of settlement the 'surveying unfinished prlions of townships, For the purchase of a fire engine and :apparatus ) f

I 4cir.. July cijchteei. hundred and thirty-six, when the act Treasury, 12.000 dolls- islands, and lakes, in the rate of six for the Treasury building, and the enlargement of ,I. *

1'" for U e office of the Second Comptroller, one tlioudollars. reorganizing the department went into For an addition to the existing unexpended balances dollars per mil, six thousand dollars; the engine-house, five thousand five hundred --xnej .- .

tU1'andred thousand four hundicd and nineteen dollars operation- eightjono 2- of appropriation for surveys of the public lanJs, to be For compensation to George Watterston, for his twenty-five dollars; 4 '
or of the First Auditor eight LuudredI1" duly apportioned to time several Districts, according to services in preparing a statement of the persons imprisoned For paying William P. Elliott, for drawings of ) -

f.tofce For c\nt.compensation to the Auditor of the Pot Office exigencies of the public service, 150,000 dolls. for debt in this District, since one thousand the Treasury buildings and Patent Office, three hun. -. i
I of the
resolution
the ofite Of the\ Second Auditor, one thousand three thousand dolars.Forcompenltion For completing the surveys of unfinished portionsof eight hundred and twenty, under 1 dred dollars; -
r4 : clerks and in townships\ Islands, Lakes, &c. : viz House of Representatives, six hundre dollars; constructing a dwarf wall and fance from tho .:
messengers
r tle' office or the Third Auditor thirteen hunr thousand five hundred dollars. lidofcfftl.Jvc In Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, and Wisconsin, not For building a light-house or Michigan for southwest corner of the President's house ot to the intersect Na.. -
heretofore
dUI\ of said office, including I exceeding five per mile-, three thousand and 4Udolls. City, being tQ amount appropriated the new fence near the nonh corner :
contingent
expenses dol.us and carried tG the surplus fund, thousand three hundred dolsj;
one
Ue office of the Four'U Aucitor, ono thousand books, stationery, printing, and expenses incidental to' the same purpose vy Department : ;
dollar Dia
i I new offices, eight thousand two hundred dol. In Florida, not cxcceeing S5 per mile, six thousnnddols. five thousand ; lazaretto and -vharf the For,the support of the penitentiaryter-the \
the
"ftt office of the General For rebuilding Mat trict of Columbia, for the year eighteen l hundredand \
J of thc Fifth Au-Jitor, one thousand For om'pcnsation Surveyor northwest I thousand dollars; (
of the Ohio, two thousand dols. Louisiana, not exceeding '8 per mile, twenty I city of Baltimore,for thirty the of the Legislative thirty-seven"": for pay of officers and agents ; t I

[ti c>&ceof theTrcssurerof the United States For compensation! to clerks in his office,per nets of thousand dulls.; and For arrearages of the expenses of Wisconsin, for the for repairs to for purchase of raw ma. I ;Y

'"I*""! three hundred dollars- ninth of Hay, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, six In Alabama, not exceeding eight dolls per ratlc, one Assembly thousand Territory eight and thirty-six, fif. aerials ;for buiding; g, beds, and bddingnt'
five
hundred
one j'
s office of the Resister tho Treasury,three thousand three hundred dols.: thousand dolls., in addition to two thousand year thousand seven hundred and thirty dollars and prisoners; fr puichase of fuel ; for thepurchaso t -
**1 dollars.L For the Surveyor Gereral for Illinois dolls. a!.-auf appropriated. teen and medicines ; for purchase ol -
t of hospital stores
cents
;
cmpn.LoD to sixteen
L office of the Solicitor of the Treasury, oppFd is\ri, thousand dolt. For salaries of ministers of United and States outfits, For the expenses' of the same, for the year one books: and stationery ; for purchase of horse fed ; 4jt
dollars. For compensation t. clerks in the office of the said Great Britain, France, Spain, and Russia, hundred ana thirty-seven, thirty-se conviow and loroUiercoQtingent
sight ;
\2f. 5ce t T: t Commissioner of the General Surveyor General, per acts of ninth of'M3Y,eight6enI and salaries of minister? te Prussia and Austria, and thousand thousand seven hundred and liLY- for allowance t s discharge the sum of twelve thousand .

O for hunre 4fipy thousand pieces. I hundred and thirty-six, three. thomnr.J eight hundred lor the outfit anti' salary of a diplomatic agent to be ven,dollars thirty-six i expenses, ;
the I res- five ;
for patents ; priming the sanje ; Cud, and tnt} dollars. scat t thc Republic of Texas, whenever -

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j' :- termination ((0 which the relations heretofore t Treasury, directing the collection of'
March tfca!
fire the 24th (lo- _
t 'five hundred and five dollars anJ thirty nine cts, and knead it into dough; then make two cafUcs; xvas destroyed by on The sheets, ofa I existing between the two republic may be I Ibrought'by bonds in gold- and: tilrer coin,,'and to q,
all its contents.
If in the treasury, not I! bake them as would pone, for three gother with -dot.
you
t to be paid out ( any money inexplicable and rah conduct :web measures io relation thereto
the ,
otherwise appropflited, nnd to be expended un fourths of an,hour, and you will have one of large number of \books in tho course of publication commander'or the Natchez: ho bu I deemed advisable. u m/* (',
of ihe '
Ser the direction of the Board of Inspector I the desciiptions of bread that by the London booksellers some of I
most grateful must answer for the 'Resolved That the of
and : use the
hall
I. been the
.T For the erection of a ).lain substantial: t fence n table. them ol the most expensive kind, were destroyed aggressor of "
4 Fort. Gibson of Arkansas ever gracedthe Mexico, in the mean time Chamber-of Commerce be tendered for
of ,
1 if round the burying ground ai together with about 90 tons type, consequences. m
: {five hundred dulk.c x MAY\ 10.-From about 10,000 reams unpiinlcd paper, stereotype conscious having complied with her duty meeting.
ST. AUGUSTINE, Tampa.We
For surveys of Ihe"public lands in the district doxvjo in time of will also fulfil that whichwar -
loss is peace
S &c. The total put
.. composed of the Btdiu* uf Illinois and Missouri, have information from Tampa to the plates, murt demand of her-should she be provoked From the N. Y. Commercial Ad,.. MtT &
.*&. 4 in addition to the appropriation herein before made 4th inst. Preparations: are making for the emigration nt ioeooo.lI to it. In the struggle she will have in JOUR DAn LATER FROi EaClASBy
._;**. lor ilic surveys ol tile: p\tblidands. thirty six thou of the Indians as speedily "s possible.It D.
of her cause, she
her favor Heaven the justice Liverpool packet Soutb
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I PHILADELPHIA May 17. Ame
Gen. .
dolls. recommended
sai\d however has been to
I .. and the wishes nations.! She has not Capt. Smith, which: wiled from .
good
LiYerpool
For the compensation of.additional clerks and a anti Thc mind which has been somewhat
hard.
not to matters too we public
_. .' I Jesup press the contest btit will know how to the 16th of.April, and arrived
-: be in the Post Office Depayment provoked this
-.J i c: topographer tn employed I learn that ho has: concluded to wait until they i feverish for some days past is getting more of who the editors of the moms
ten thousand IWO hundred dolls. sustain it with the dignity a people Commercial Advert
,
d. Confidence will gradually ,
all in before he commenced.The calm and
\ For thcconopengntion: \ of additional clerks to be were cornpos few weeks I love their rights and idolize their honor-who have London papers to the 14th, and
of
I and in the course a Lit.
:. employed in t the ofirce of the Auditor of the treasury Indians say they were induced to commence revive, will are accustomed to combat and neither fly danger pool to the 15th inclusive. Her day 'Of '
for the Post Office : six thousand the war in consequence oppression; longer, we trUst not a ripple of excitement ...
Departmentsix nor fear death. ing was Sunday, :and of course the
fix II remain. The Banks arc preparing an addressto ; Li'erp.
dolls.\: but they havc killed all, except live or I j'j'I (Sigticu.) paper of the 15th ia the latest.
Forlaw books for\ the library of Congress, five 'who have: been ihcir opprcsor.They .-'. the public, explanatory of their'itws and METAMUUAS The of bills
ix from
MEXICANS noting this
RESIDING
I II
t' .' thousand dollars, to "be expended in the purchasecf J I give an account of the massacre of 1 determinations, which we doubt\ not will have ALL TilE side for i te
finch bonks, a catalogue shall he furnished by I band. : J killed the happiest nIcllcyinasmuch as it will show acceptance was going! on a large scale, t U
f i : the Chief Justice of the United States. I Dade and his fated Micar.opy; at the We learn that the crows and passerjgers of in London! and Havre, and that too before
The Indians in their first) ; their desire to roncw >pecic payment\ 4
Dade.
$ Se Major schooners Julius Caesar and Champion worst from here had been
t SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, that the tt-I At ;all events, the tidings received.
?: t cretary of the treasury be, and he is hereby, an tack were beaten off entirely \\ilh great I..I earliest moment uraUicablc.: and have under one a kind of trial at Matnmoras, The dates received at Liverpool fronj jffe
in September,
thori/'cd to pay to the collectors, deputy collectors: and such was the panic among them, that they I ,Congress will meet early that and been condemned, under some old decree York wero only to the 16th March, which
i : their rcspcctiveclerks could not bo made to rally until a reinforcement i i if the entire difficulty be not removed by It i.
t : navalofliccrs, surveYllrsOd will, of the Mexican government, as pirates.: Plior to .the failure of the Josephs, oranr Mcr
i ; together with the"weighers, gutgrs, measures, came up under, Alligator, who finishedthe I tine, an immediate[ and! effectual .remedy was; understood however, that they were to considerable failures here.

f :: and markers of the several portsof the U. Stales; work ,of murder xxhich they had bogiin. \ no doubt, be then appliedIMPORTANT : ____ have another trial before a military court. Mercantile letters say that she
9 cut of any money in the treasury not ojherwise staled that had those who remained, in* arrllncre
They of the
r. appropriated, such sums as mil) give to Jl\e said continued I FROM M 1 _\'lCO. In consequence of the interference made by the Bank with Wilde! & Co. ,
stead of brt'3o1tYort c>n
,
building a five
:. compensation in Boston, the other American vessels, or made with ths concurrence of tlc,
,officers, respectively, ike .Rime have, been Last week tho schooner of war Grampus / gove
would not pursued
Jbe yea olle thousand eight hundred and thirty their route they of Boston arrived at Perssacola six in number, found at Matamoras: were ment; that Wilde & Co. would undoubte
and the sloop war
overtaken
j: seven, according to the importations of that year, or pursued could not have been ( the former from Uavaua, and the lat promptly released.it be carried through at all events, and 'tj jj t ,:
wUlllllIt3\'e been entitled to receive if the ns they would have gained three hours 4>tart.If that the the Boston -
as they H said news brought by same policy would be pursued
; .... _. ,. .. from Matamoras.; undoubted(
ter
i of thousand eight -
k aciur tin. rv- -< T one --- determined .
IIlr' : !-those previously received, towards other of the American
'tJ the tat hoaji
of any ;
hundred and thirty Uvn, not gone inioeflvn. A 11;n.\. CURIOSITY.: -last week xvt The ,Boston brought inleJIiircnce
:
; Com. Dallas to sail at once with his whole of them should find it Laid.
t 'st. Provided, that flO officer shall receive, under this were shown an animal, the like of whi.: hvv of the Texan schr. of war Independence any necessary to
;
c act, a greater annual! salary, or compensation than have never seen or heard of. So.nc boys playing capture, Capt. Whcclright, by two Mexican\ I squadron, consisting of the frigate, (four sloops' .-That the pioposal of the Livtrp
: ; was paid 10 such officer: for the. : rope thousaud The Texan schr.gaxDe I of war, and the schooner Grarnpui. We understand I merchants that tha government should i..
\, r in a canoe opposite Carondelet, perceivedan cf war off Galvcrton.-
,
.., t I '. eight hundred and thirty two; and that io no case I brigs maintained I they are to leave this port on Monday exchequer bill upon property so that theme.\
:
4 than animal swimming towards the shore; ; mistaking in alter a fight; most oall.uitly
I : shall the compensation of any oilier officers and it their destination is chants be able hold for
and half. Tho oliccrs} I : is supposed I might to a better tn.
naval officers and clerks\ it for a water-snake they attempted to for lout hours a
collectors, surveyors I Vera Ciuz and the Mexican -Pensa- I ket declined and that all
;, ii : whether by alaril"s, 1i.'es, or otherwise exceed the kill it. In this, however they failed; it dived; and crew of the Independence were sent to ports. had been the p,,.
:: fifteen dollars each annum and the schooner to Vera Cruz. cola Gaz. I posals: of the holders of cotton for facility
; F sum of hundred per ; under the water, and again appeared near the Malamoras I
I nor shall the union of any two or more of those shore where the boys caught it. '1 hey took Among the persons takeu in the I Independence I had been declined.We .

,: I' offices in one person entitle him to receive more it home, and kept it i ia a basin of water for a f j was the Hon. "1r. U'hartor., who was VEL-ASCO, 16th May, 1S37. I da not learrt that any failures arena\
than that sum per annum : Provided further, that Texas. The is still stationed the Navi- tinned.
from Washington to
I week, when it died. Jt has been immersed 1 un his; return : army upon
the said collectors, naval: officers, and surveyors GREAT Bnii.tis.I .
:
I in rum for preservation.This --- ---- -- dad, increasing daily in number, and amountsnow
\ t nnd fehall ihe render oilier an officers account herein quarterly named: to or the referred treasury to; strange creature is about ':CVPII inches (From the Pctisacola! Gaz.tI<< ) to nearly 3000 effective men, in good order I The King has: been thrown into a state ,

/. ? *hall render an account quarterly to the respective 1!long, ala dark slate color, and about an inch A friend. )( who came passenger: in the Bos: and discipline. Nothing of money has J I deep atThcti.in} bj the death of his ekkst; 13

collector of the customs where they arc employed and a half in circumference. The head and I ton has furnished: us with the following letter transpired at head quarters since I last wrote favorite daughter, Lady Dc Lisle, who ft

1: to be forwarded to the treasury, of all the fees anJ body arc those of an eel, the tail terminating; I xxritten by thin master of the s-fnr. Champion, [ except an attempt a week or two since at mutiny I I at Kensington House,, on the night of Jb,

t emoluments'hltcnr: by them, respectively, reI in a fin. Immediately: behind the eyes, arc \\hois: now in confinement at Matamorus, together I which Wait however, promptly and effectively 'I 10th.
I i ceived and of all. expenses incidental to their respective laternal formations supposed tt> be intended with forty-live others, citizens of the put down by the commandant general I Much alarm was created in the n gI

f I offices affirmation; which and accounts shall he shall in be such rendered J form, for fins, they extend out about nn inch :..nd L'. Slates, three of whom are females.: ; (A Sidney Johnson.) A disposition or I I hood of the London docks, by the sudIet
., : on and oath supported or by such, proof--I to be prescribed by are divided into distinct hrnncln s, rrsemblitigin ":'i 1.n.olOrus.Iay;\ 3d I 1. 1537.I unwillingness had been manifested by a number t death of two laboreis. who had been cm9

1tII j, % the Secretary ofthe treasury, as will in his judg miniature, those of a limb stripped! of its I! Dear FliC'nd1IIn not allowed to converse of the men to attend to their duties some I ed on boaid a vessel Horn Triesteladen; : / lit

rncnt t, best enforce the provisions of this section folliagrj. About' an inch behind these fins\ I with any one, but I hope to see betterclays. time prior to the out reak. Upon ihe morning t rags; it was eared that: they had died of ft
and effect Provided, also, suffered mutrh ha\c been' of the mutiny, several of the men refused I plague, that terrible dasea.ie.being
1 I and sJiaxx" its cpcralion' : arc situated two ann'!, .ili form\ resembling! WR have -- 'i \ knowtt\
i that in the event of any :act being passed: by Coil those of nn infant, and terminating: in h.mds, :I in a room !20 feet sqllarc--4.;) persons-the 4 to assemble at parade, and were consequentlyput I J exist! at various points on the M edit rrlneJI:
k at its present session\ to regulate and lix salaries I under and confined in irons.! That Several other workmen had been taken ilL!
'r gross I the fixe fingers and nails of which nrc distinctly : door.5: shut and live animals! too numerous to guard ,
II. or compensation: of the respective: officers and of aiticulalcd.! It appeared to tic these hand i mention--:nothing: (lo cat for 60; hours. I wish night about five hundred! armed with musketsand I. Snow fell heavily, in several 1 parts of Ify

lend ilic customs to the time, then such this act section goes shall into operate effect, and ex no / ficly placing them on its :lie ad and !body, md j: you to publi-h out "itll. i'IU the fir,;t opportu bavcnet. proceeded to the grand tent, land, on llth fit fAvril.We .

t\ longer : Provided, however, that the: Secretary: of I catching: hold of different artides t lrJl' into I nit)'. They have: ro!>bc-J us of every thing. and demanded: of the captain: ofthe guard the copy the following from a London p
he treasury be authorized to extend to the collectors the water. Can our naturli.-ts t ;ilxhat md God knows, whetbar we fch.iH! ever get immediate release uf the prisoner; he refusing ,. per oi the 13h:- '
at Mich\ other ports, where a surplus emo'uments animal this is i ? 'I' ricar. They say we should have: been cleared : to do so, the mutineers entered the tent I "The young lady to whom Mr. Furrest.4American

have been accounted for and paul f into the [St. Louis Bulletin had it not !boon for the Natchez sloop of arid knocked off their irons. So soon as this I tragedian i is about to be unhe<*, |
treasury in the year eighteen hundred and thirtyixvo 'I'1 war. Wn arc misercble. Publish this if you was communicated to General Johnson, he, t Miss Sinclair," daughter of Mr. Sinclair ivocalist.
L [ tile privileges! ['ra n led t to I the collector of N. ---NEW-- -YORK- MAY 17 1\ please. In haste: }'onr despite of his wound mounted his":horse, nr.d I ."

I : .. !.' York. ; to {.ake., cijl'ct from the fjru
- '' i. j ,. t Law has passed both Houses! and Master of Schr. Champion ade. '1 ho cannons were loaded with grape rr.in a Corrcspodent of the New-York Sia1.tYt
t j7 i. .Sec. 3. And be it further enacted: : that the clerksin Suspension
.- ( the Departments of blate, treasury, 'Navy and has become a law. This will give great re- I, To J. B. Mince, Master Rob Roy. and cannistcr.( and dra.nn up So as to rake the RPOOrpril1t
,. whole line of the mutineers would not You have idea of the situation of i
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discount ifthey
t ; War, and of the two Huusesof Congress, and the liefto the Banks. They can go on and 1! -
tP Librarians: of Corgrpp whose salaries are less freely, and assist those xxho stand in I I The following has been kindly furnished surrender. General Johnson then rode up, mercantile clisscs in } nanmd.; The Don*
k: l % than: two thousand d iti19.!! shalj. in addition there need. The provisions of tho law, which! will us by a friend on board the Boston. It ex-I ordering them to ground their arms, or he : rival of six N. Y. packets (here and at Lot
ltI Jo, be allowed: the folloxx.np increase of annual of rhodomontnde! lich: would fire ito them The mutinors don caused but it fa
be found in this dny's paper, arc sound and hibits: the spirit : prevails finding i ) great anxiety, : was a
I t compensation, f from the first day January last, wholesome. in Mexico towards us.-Pcnsacolo Gaz. their situation; not at all enviable, obeyed the mingled with hope. But, iuw that twii
r the end of the next eessiou of Congress, vz :
Ps.. : : .. such to of said clciks whose annual compensation: J4arge bets arc pending in the city, ns to Translated from tho Extra sheet of the I order instan er. The ringleaders were secured them have come. (the Pennsylvania IndEoglnndand..withoutl'pedp. &
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,. docs not exceed one thousand dollars, an addition the course of the Manhatten Dunk. This institution Matamoras: Mercury: No. 128, Monday 17th and put in irons. The remainder dispersed ) the despond:

f \ l t : of tuenty per cent. thereto ; such of said clerks has for the last thirty yeais: been above April, 1837. I to their quarters, and tranquility was a- is great & increasing. Money i is money acj
r 0 ,4 1 whose animal compensation exceeds one thousond all law, and has put the legislature! at de- t After having snck( ; off the above interesting J I gain restored. General Johnson seldom and the best paper can scarcely be discount
: ; I dollars, an addition of ten per cent theretu ; and fiance. They have conducted their busiucs-; documents, herein are exhibited! the leaves his tent, his wound not permitting. He I So much is busmcss! at n stand still here, tk

q : ; twenty per cent in addition to the salaries: of mes under the plea that they had a perpetual char- just grounds which this Republic has for complaining has, I understand, written to the Secretary of I Oven th, retail dealers are not receiving, an

't; { bengefs and assistant: messengers employed in the ter, and had a right to transact any business of the political cours: of the (..overn.I War, either to send him officers to assist in 'the counter, one-third of their usual rcceqd !
_ respective offices, and the library of Congress;
I ErA I the amount of iccrcase compensation provided they might think proper. Tl.e: stock has ber I rncnl of the United States: America, i in recognizing I the command or to appoint another commander. The prices of American produce are tat

;It t li.r In this section, to be paid out of any money in controlled by one or two individuals: and their II' the independence of the tevoltedof : ,, ling; down "specially:: of Ct'on, for rfe
!o the treasury, not otherwise! appropriated : Provided I discounts granted to favorites. By the I law portion Texas. as aim the dignity with I I Colonel Wey month arrived here }esterday, I there are few buyers, though::; the price'a r; i
J I that nothing ia this section shall be so constru of the State they have now to resume specie xxhich the Supreme Government has proles-: I I f direct from head quarters. lie is purchasing many cases, not one-half what: it was (tve/re/

_ : : L td'as to effect tie salaries! of nny clerks whose sal payments, or to come under under the Safety) ted in the face of the world against tho measure .I clothing and provisions for the army and informs months since. People could speculaithese vi

i F aries have been fired of by any law Provided of the, that list or olurtlier Fund Law, whereby their JiH'airs. will be examined so fundamentally subversive of i ij;* rights, :I me that they will start for Matamom .i low prices, but there is no money abflft

.J present session Congress: for rx.tra ser { into by the Commissioners. The prevailing I j xve have noxv the grief to announce that those in a short time. Ten thousand head of oxen with which to make the ve.nture. '
extra allowance r>e given any 'I
'I-. \iceb performed by them undci any law or resolution sentiment is, that they will tljis week I states hare shown their predisposi'inn to as. i have been procured besides a sufficient quantity In Glassgoxv, Paisley Manchester: & Sport

.. of Congress.AVFRCVKD make an effort to resume specie payments, ill sail :Mexico, not only! in time proceedings; treated horses and mules for the transportation: ; the cotton mannfactureis so slu? >TgtsitUi !

March 3d, I937- picfcrcnce to having their alfjirs expose..!. of in the foregoing documents, but by positive of the artillery. The Texians arc determined ,i it might as well be actually at an end. 7

DCAt: : the request of ;Mr. Svxartxvosit, thf l acts of hostility. no longer to act the defensive but will I: add to the matterprovi grew dcarcr,erttj

: BACCUUS P"'NI.-A short time since, a Collector of the Port, a large meeting: of merchants j The readers of this ;l' riolil'alha\'e already pursue the war with vigor, and by that means week.

t;, man who hnd Loon fishing at the mouth of the : assembled :at the Exchange, at one ,, learned: ftom the second, editorial article in I I I bring about the peace that treaty could not cf- The merchants of Liverpool baring: ttt
( T ,, It Black River, in this state, drew n canoe upon o'clock, when M.r. S. briefly addressed then No. 12S. oflast Friday, xxlut were the first feel. a deputation to London soliciting relief fin

'; the beach, and sat dawn tQ cogitate. upon the stating that on Saturday ho received an order I outrages! committed oil this pot by the U. S. I government, the Chancellor of the Exeaetpt

if : uncertainties of this world & AH liquors is from Washington, prohibiting; hb receivingany Sloop of War Natchez upon her arrival on .OIU..EAXS, iL15.. refuses it and hands the applicants over lot ti:

: cheap" said the fisherman. All liquors is thing in payment of Bonds but gold and I Ithe coast: xve will ihcrcfoie only relate: the.I LVTEST FROM llJ.uNA.-Throlgh the politeness Bunk of England. That body, on Thunvfef

l'1rj cheap, and I may as well take the bountiful." silver. I arts which have consur.ntcd: t lloO illjl1li IC. of Capt. Ceckwith of the brig Mary: deliberately declined giving pecuniary hefp' t

: So saying: he tipt a small canteen over a leather That in consequence, he immeJi.itcly: repaired I' After having rccnptuicil, the schooner Louisiana I Bernaid from Havana, we arc favoured with. the Liverpool merchants: on any terms. .This

i. er tumbler, and drank the ccntents. We will to Washington and represented to tin i which had been detained by the Mexican i the following interesting; (detail- The Mary i iH. hf.rd! ax the Bank did last week give pets

4 ': not assert that he had drank previously, but President and Secretary of the Treasury: the I. squacron and placed them in custody of I II arrived last evening, seven days from Havana I ni3irnid to a large amount to Messrs Georp

:- 4 we know, that coon after the last draught was : utter impracticability of complying with the I !soldiers: of this republic, :and! which was thus :. which place she left on Sunday last the WyWc & Co (an American house in.Londoij

g i swallowed nature's swcet restorer breathed order. They however, contended that they I anchored along! ; side he national! brig Gene. 7th inst. Lett in that port at her departure U. on the personal security of that firm laded

I, I! 1 upon his eye balls, nnd stretching himself at had no authority to rescind it. lIe then asked j rnl Urrea, the commander of the Natchez officially S. Schooner of war Grampus, Capt. Mclntosh one Liverpool house has already had aid fo

I j: t length in the canoe, he was soon-in a profound their sanction to his assuming !the icspon demanded the release: of the Champion -morning previous British packet? Prisis i I the Bank which mak,!s tho present rid!

I \ slumber. The sleeper! takes -no note of time sibility of disregarding it and throwing him- 1 which was anchored within the bar nnd like left for Vera Cruz. On 2nd inst. Spanish I more remarked. We expect to have mu J
nnd when our friend a\\"oke"darkness had cov self !for his This the decision of the all this week both here and In MM
upon Congress justil.cntiolJ. I the other was awaiting and British men of war gave convoy to : I bankruptcies ,
red the face of the water, the wind was blowing too" they said was an arrangement which they' competent judge. At the same time that he vessels sailing through the Gulf and B-thama I Chester. Things arc very. bad, arid they fl

f1J a gale, and the canoo was dancing- upon could neither authorise nor sanction, but they sent :uis: boats on shore with his demand he Channel: from';:; report pirates: infesting that I, be worse bcfoie they are better.
t- I the waves, as he afterwards asserted, in the him to the Merchants how Urrea from Cadiz off
begged apprise intimated to the Commandant of the quarter. The Spanish packet I
a most unreasonable manner,"-The paddle was deeply they sympathized: with their sufferings, that if she offered to move be would fire into Salt Key was about being boarded by ,a supposed We copy the following from the r(.T. Sua,

f' I. missing. lIe felt abut for it, but it could not, and of their hopes to be able to grant relief!! her. The demand aburc mentioned was refused piratical sloop, which on discoveringher of Thursday: last, received by Sal unlay'*$t-
c be found. All he could do was to remain perfectly I\Ir. Swiirtxvuul then returned to this city as it Was not ulloxvabl-/ to interfere in to be an armed brig hove away. It was press Mail :-The Deposite Bank .have If-[
in his recumbent situation and
a: a' trust quiet to luck." The canteen where he arrived this morning at 3 o'clockand judicial process; on which the Natchez proceeded also icported that a Spanish brig was fired in ready received orders from the 'rre sury JJ*

to in desperation, and again was had again the de.resorted he concluJd, by saying-"And now gentlemen -- to make reprisals with the Urrea, nnd to by said piratical sloop between Havanaand partment to resume specie payments, or fit*

'i1 sired effect. He lime and I under a, deep. conviction that "thu order after having: held her in n state of arrest she Matanzas.! An unusually large number. up their tru.lls-ils fiscal' agents of the Gencnj
slept! a long was
-- awakened him of the Treasury Department cannot by took her by force of arms compelling her by. of vessels was in port and freights to all quarters Government. In pursuance: of this wn bail
by some one shaking
A friend had discovered him\ violently.the 'complied with I, on my own responsibility"here the fire of her guns to strike her colors, and extremely dull, 20 American ships, 45 it from good authority that the ManhattanPheenix $l
beach with the water running In lying at his upon mouth give notice that I will receive the bills replaced them with the American. At the' bugs and 12 schrs, and from 75 to 80 foreign Banks and Bank of :America will, GI

whenever he opened it. While he ( ... "of the City Banks in good repute in PAY- same; time she directed her discharges'against: : ; saiL The U. S. Revenue Cutter, Jefferson Wednesday, resume specie payments, and 1St
:-' -- L himself in some conviva\\ where imagining he i i' party,
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was prest to-driuk) was murmuring, no more This annunciation xvas received with thicc at the: bar, and attempted to send on shore from Tampa Bay with officers of U. S. ship tcrs will he fo.rre'ted.lercurr' May: %.
: cheers and immediately Mr. S. ieii- her armed! bout The of the
coast
r I I'm obhiedtoyougentlcmen. Not \ upon battery Vandalia, for supplies, and returned on 4th
Thankee." any more ring, the meeting was organized:: and the and the Biavo then opened n cannonade. The instant; several American vessels cleared in A LADY S\lLon.-l\lrs HoldriJge, at

4 -. thanks of tho merchants of this city itcndered :Mexicans had patiently suffered the previous ballast for Orleans. The American ship Mt>. Captain N. Holdrige of the packet sbip V o
to Mr. Sxvartwout, for his manly: and xvcll timed injuries but they neither could nor ought to be the aCt
TilE TAUOBS DONE OVERmaster Tailor i. rca, was!' only vessel loaded for Russia, Stutesbas made her thirtieth voyage .
3L 0 of Amsterdam,J, named Welland, a Germanby measure in their behalf. He has ind eddo'ne indifferent to this unheard of insult to their for the last three weeks. Tho Irrne sailed the Atlantic. The editor of the PhU1JC12

-iS-- : r birth, has invented a machine which per- nobly. [Courier & Enquirer ,flag: and their honor. on Friday for Matanzas, to complete her car Inquirer remarks that she is fairly: ,tJtia:;

forms the task sowing a garment 11$ well EGGS FOR HORSES TO PRODUCE A SLEEK The Natchez took 00'tho Urrea, as a prize, go for Petersburg. Maelzel'a celeratcd Automaton command, as she has ia every inataaco

.I* as it can be done by the hand. The King of COAT.-A horse belonging to'Ir.. Bullock, and, in just reprisal of the sarr.e the American Turk Chess Player is beating all the as the mate of Capt. H.

Holland has just presented him with one hundred former, Bradfield St. Clare, died on Sun- vessels m this port have been detained. The chess players in Havana, to. the great astonishment -

_.; -1- ducats, but the tailors ba.ve vowed vengeance day week, from the effects of inflammation, Mexican army is burning with ardour to avenge of the natives. 'l: is very dark night, Caesar take ,O

J against him. produced by thrusting unbroken eggs downits this outrage, and only regrets that an The proceeding of the Chamber of C *a- says (:ato. The caution was a good ::;

.H throat, for the purpose producing a sleek clernunt which is not its own divides it from merce at their meeting, held on Saturday e- bul.. like raaay others, .was given too j
A O.R1'f.MEAL' RUSK.-Among the many coat. The last given was stopped at the entrance the aggressor.. The Mexican republic has aright vening, could not bo prepared in time for publication For Caosar, striking his foot against ihc;
_ \ delicacies in the form of bread, which reader of the ttomach by. some natural obstruction to exact a speedy and positive satisfaction in the Gazettes of this norniMg. remains: of a'post, which tror.e bad long b.

: the enjoyment of breakfast so acceptable, we and could not bo removed. The for this outrage and to make reprisals till In the mean lime the Impostors of Merchandise hacking to pieces, measured .'leng&:.*

; : I I know of none njfre deserving of notice than practice giving eggs to horses for the pur. it be given. Mexico has not been the aggressor ore referred to the following resolution the ground, before the friendly cautioawto .. .

;: the fine prepared according to the following pose mbovo stated, though attended with and in the present case she has done no unanimously adopted at the meeting, viz: met his ear. ."I'wondei," says Cur, .it.

recipe; : much danger, is, not withstanding, very gene more than offer opposition to the insults "Resolved, that it be recommended to the ing[ and rubbing thr mud from his holjd/ :

; Take 6 cupful of corn meal, 4 of wheat ral. which have been inflicted.on her national dienity. Importers of New Orleans, to assemble on "why'de dence do sun no shine dee u7 0..

flour, 2 cupsful of molasses. and 2 table Tho great printing establishment of Mr. the evening of the 22nd iner,- at 7 o'clock, to nights, Cato and not'always keep shuDICt -

__ /fpooosful salefalus, mix, the whole together, Spottwwoodo, New sired square. London, It gives us pain to reflect on tho unhappy take into consideration the recent order of the do day- time, wlieu! dre3 no need ofbin.






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N.A ve ofnbsence, and took passage on hoard the ship !t quarter vat: ilonewith this money! i i ?" r-v :=;: "

LOBIDI Jobn Adams on his return home. She sailed from I i j'I !Ihrs morning, was that received by the Collcc- bought a'Ene; farm of sixty acres, neat house, i i MASONIC.d7 -

departed Gibraltar this on the 17 of March last, anJ on the. 23il J toe, by express, yesterday, directing him to good garden: :! ul1thou es, Scenic tnnnv miles j I ."C..O"1. Io .".*o. T. r/n; ccebrste tlr r>Kt, .

31A""mmi I stood higbrin the lifer estimation Hews of nn t his, excellent professional oiKcer brethren t'J hand over every bond not paid at m.-'turilv in from the ,City-settled it mi my wile and j (p'teaI' 'I' Saint Join lie: fl ',"-!>:: en tc il'ii Jc=e

S.TURD.JU E 3d. f -and bis loss is a loss to the M n'ke and the specie, to 11 r. Price.-Of course the rcceiy.in young ones, and thai{! plant my own corn and net A, in thr Ciiy ot'i'alah' isse-. .

1 I, country. Possessing; in high degree the qualities ; of the current bills of the deposite banks | pnlatQcs-raic my own pigs and ( in. LIt prtve-sfon MasonicHa r-ill!!!bt:-. fov: { a: t.'; I poultry ; r JI (.v: { which inspire. and the I I. ; I I friendship he hrs leti by Coilcctor is
Elec tioD'Betarns. esteem at an end, and the mcr- j milk I my cows-churn butter-bake I. the-re; pre,-t\I :v the f.r oor'.r.U '
of : in State my my i wh-re a n If'r-.t
the entire returns thebakery our and our own citizens )
among a large chants w.l,!!1"
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nol Yt1 must their afTiiri 'with the U'lliI I bread and I (4.'er.u.by Crjr.v.' .\. .
arrange
corrected our table according circle of friends who were warmly attache.! him 1 lay my own egg-',--:and when the >. P.-rh-l.l.! !
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.!election but tun o .e posses.. We were tnisinrelation I -and who, frm the weight with which their own 1 j i ted States Attorney, who may in cvery instance I storm is over. I shall I I hope, l h.; found ngiinIin f I mystic OUT n'l-M'uurinj tie .>f RCHH] .'mcinr->.- .,r)<:J ore j_ .respec.fjly.. Ir.'.:.!...serifs-f %.

be destiafOnA"d to the election having lots presses upon; them, are able, in some degree to I I commence suils ,and is at all events my roundabout, selling goods in moderation I lU j'ttun tie leremciiev; :!hiTay. ,

ae county on the second Monday } sympathize whom the with blow his afflicted family and relatives, '.. entitled to hi s thirty dollar costs upon every at short credits, and suro profits. So 'j h? ."iizen:> arr. > : 'it'j i: to aneij'J:: and ,aaieS.rra
.JteId leIS to has been 1
rill 'tViiiNassauwhich gives a nnm- unspeakably severe,- hond-Ihat i is, if he .di it. inform that roraVrta''.e iers> wi i,1 I V rescrf li i ;W
"!,' :; than Alachna. !'Ertpoi ium fy True American. were posed to wad Shatterly, my boy, hold up yrur finger t t. that 'honi. tr 1''IF i

rf". 5 .MIDDLE DISTRICT. j Rut William :11. Price will take no undue advantage I I omnibus driver, and let him take me home to f Nnbmr-fr! \lnSfret. fn-'I-rr l ( !t'to F jyn rnaASdErra.1: i tjj*: r.-rote-." ;

*, Dowsl' (. RFJ D. V\ yAfT.T At a meeting Of the Citizens of Tallahas-! nor do an unkind thing for the benefitof early tea.. Sinn nftr.it testes the. Majiuc. Mali. U tiLL K

& 81 'A18 t Q called 1st June his own pocket.-N. Y. Spectator.: I -. .,--- ----- -- --. ----.----
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1: I$ j. taking into consideration t; Ill''IE\L1L. t rsns here''
31 26J.cJ\ 'tlmpropriety of is-u. ff ar .v CaI1H.t".t aaiat trarlin=
-I J:, 01 SM I I1IiOII ing Change, Bills. General Thomas The New York Star sometimes offers most .' Married .it Lnnstn, on Lake )11I, r" =sully, Florida l .t f T a note of han'! zirei t-v the >Uh.rnvr la y':
\ Is. 40j Brown, valuable-hints} to the inhabitant of our cities, I on the ?-lth ultimo, I II v Arthurhrr.n.l: ::qr. Dr :.mis J. Haider, dxr"d July, t t.k: *.. t-:'handrednaJfifw j
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da'' was called to the chair, and X. \. ;Martin: was domestic {life. The E. BACON, ot( CouicViu! GeoriJ'o.. CI.KMENTIX : : : ol'ar! ", p;'+."he.J.t.inrv: ISYi: as hacpaidtnesane'a'ul
upon following i i- a true
SPjv i WESTERN DISTRICT. 1. lointed Secretary. .', daughter rf Cul.Root.: V\ Ai-.onot tll..cu.JQIr. hotel a tr-.ipt i t a :1:41'; I rig '!.
II picture oftnanv families in Xc-w Ywik andPhiladelphia : > : 1.:1;. : : ,
13" 9l RESOLVED, That a committee of fun cr't1'zees Iay: _ft, v.: -t J.J.IOA'U.tmilhH)1. .
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II, 07 41 OJ t5 r:!1 I I I! tickets for the purpose of change, from six $. 14I:TI1.Ii\C1J11a'1'[ I 31I j Ii1 Da :'. TI'J h 4 T the Julytrrn'se. >:mh: ?p ':ly toiue! tknoyrn-

+hitton'; I j one-fourth to fart A DOMESTIC SCENE. ----- .- heJtulrru! l'neC'n'yC Uric Gateducrnrnf -
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hsoTu, amount Five \Vhy Dick; : said Beau ShatlerSy to his !I POUT OF ST. MA UK | j tr.| 'r 3 iJiacha'rtre Iffni he admim-tra.! :, n .1
Thousand Dollars, which 1 tick- I the c":ate nf J.>seol:' Fie!-!' ', t'-'''nvJ.
EASTERN OISTRICT.b. ctscre to be filled and si.nrd by a president !''I friend, Abel L'.'u moist i l, while standing in front i - -- -- .. J. >.r'. .-, J IX: OX, I :i .lmTH$
CLEARED.
1:1, 96 't F.Oam I. Mrrd secretary, appointed by the committee, I. of the Astor House, Why Dick. cure me i if 11.1t' 1\flIt! WOO!), S trn.tor1J. ( )
fll, :103 Oo I: coat aint scoured the article Brim Lu..tnJR..l'stl'r"f'I: for >"euVur'.c.I'axsrn ; !.i';; ::). r;.;;. 3.-:!
and to be your examining
3obu'c., ::4 00 1111) paid out to those who may want er -..tr.Shea, IIII iruar'I.! Lndy, rrrl - -- -_ -- '- -' --.----
IU 00,00 I them, for Hank closely: with his eyeglass. 'y('s,' Abel, :3 . Jrof. f current Xotes-which notes. says children and 2 s'rn\MC, Gen c ''y. Hall[ [ ,, :cot. / JI
.k, 10 Oil Q Fhnll be deposited in either of the Hanks in 'it' i i-? scoured having neatly airangod m}' [Lockwooil, Randolph, '- nns-e: Kppe". Gerard.r. nn.lL.uly Olt is weoks:. toe Ua v. I will cpptv: to the ;.Pr: +
IljUlto 'I o 00 I Tallahassee books and at the counting house, and .: ma;fr GerJrd.r.11'. Lower Mrs Arne, ?..IrVnart. J1' 11:1" J i'iJ:" .1 t 1:r//e s!' r.y: Ci>:irt'.( Lc\r.1 tOGIItE cr
49 Ill) 01ran to be held as a fund to redeem papers \ and LIlr.lr'l} (Hays '.Ir Co ftnev: ajj tv.-o I fur 1 teary to ctI! fe'J ncr :n' "Jfrn-n: ?!:"', f"'tr.5'jV: : r y

rhu.J, JI"I 01 r I I I.the said tickets and pa) the cxpcnsc-of printi' :- compromised with my creditors, I determined {i Ii children: .Vr I'ailcy: :! .Mr: K--ar., -n-lMt: :', I lJ.,-cy, and ran.'C: _', north nnd e- +f, lJd.! r'.i.c: flJ sbe- rsare or } .,
"I) 00II( I!i to hold n commission wardrobe nnd $. !. Mtirrari! *'. s ... the !
ib Mn1t. 'In?. i ii I over my i I three in theo r'ciati- 'f tc-e: -A ti?' ''
I Ii r rrc'i.'fors rf.- c.-t! V". '-. :\! .
l.! LTIUt:
[i other domestic matter and turned out three Adrsti.IX
i The following gentlemen\ wcfc *, .9RRITEll). i
hH2 1m. i appointed | \Jyit:1: : I tale. ;, ,
1036ointed I ;t4t.
a1 __ i io l I the committee. ,-U. .1. Ilackley. R. J1c ton I|: trunks! the capital of better and norc! evtraj Sc. mlrJaCImt: Baker fiv.n Peavt<"olaviaSt.: I! .

PlrrtAl., C". has been a1 Srcrcury J. 'Argylc, P. Kerr; and Dr. .Ino B. Tayj j l j I vacant days, and overhauled the invoice, Joseph! nntIrpa"hc.h! : l bound i\\>r Tarot Day ,"-( '.J'."If'.1...
1 which proved to he I with! dispatches, ele.I. I weekafiT latc.Wilt= t apply to toe Ifolut-
profitable &ls'ureouherc.
lor. quite .
On motion of R. J. .
TtrTltory, rice G. K. \ Ollker resincd.ituscxocv Harkley, General II Pls.engcrs-J. I>. '.Yc':Ct1:'. J..Via.. I II DifSc *,. 1.?J 1 j Thomas Brown was appointed! President i and ) it is true, a real wanted a cuf- I., J. S Myriclv, I:>q". I Ii f.r"t'It! ?.*' <,!' ..fraCKMi: o-i r r:; .i- ?<.TI* ;,t' :JJiroiw 1 1

ACCIDENT. -On Monday last; as :j' N. U. Martin, Secretary, to sign said tickets i there, a panty required' a button, and what i Steamer I Iz trd. Woo-i. fr.-ra Tam,): B 'v.Pjssnzcrs Sill -, Tn ,:TJ..v> \\-iUrr.soa,:; at..! rt':'ing' t 'ubr: @tlJ towel .

passengers for the Brig Lucinda f'r N.\York, i I R.n.coi.rtn: Ai.sn, That the Railroad ComI i with dusting, brushing, Fcourin, mending, -Gov. Call:, 11nj", VIM' n.: !f'r HIEdolph i ; d.HtJingnnd s-n-forth-I: find and Major; For yth, Paymaster U r:. Arrcy. :1L1tCu! A rSBEt:. ,
r tiea ingthe Railroad at the Depot, at St. I I pany be requested{ to i*gun bills under the d>r- j myself provided -. I .
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-- "
I '
!'iss Pinclci ton of the 1:I nomination of one dollar to the J I \\holotweUe-monthncd: more when I Ij OTIL'E----------I -, ,) J.( r"",.
of
rk's one passengers, amount : .N < [IX .
rJ wcc.t.is ai.er: U
J + 'Weltth'n te "i'e '\'! ui i a"'r :to tlsc ind'C
hope lo resume : ;
ri Joiiallv: fell from a curl and v.isiained: su han ,, Five Thousand Dollars to be redeemed in j i j specie payments. .4 LL persons imlc'.ied: : the (late f.-ni tf Kv-rrr.nd ; tool la-jontatyrourt of uicuu! >i f.nttf.rafuial: f 'r

1 i as tn cause her dealt: about nine o'clork in transportation or in current }lank} Xotes. [{ said Beau Sh.llcrh'! 'you have com- I -L t''rgce wjil ntlemuciate: pay.neut, to JameA ; dichaiprtrotn t'.I'rallfJrl: ct! Ih;: C :ae: t't" .,, '

i rr 1 j I RESOLVED, That we will receive such'; mcnced on the reform system.:' '1') b.-: un" Certhelott! C>-qr. as t.rhen' (:lulfce! ca-ror he j: IJy.,v..! Wilder: ia.e ol .aol t-ju.i v tiCl CJSt.,. I

fvrnin!. Her remains were brought to this: i 1 Bills I have:--1 I cursed old Jackson ur.il I was tiredal I graiircd: otlicrwiao: I the same will h: j Iv ui in > >:: mdis- I j .' -\*_'UIJ 11. U :LtL 1:, / AdrainwV.'M. : -.
j Change in
: I the transaction of our oniitiabu'incss erimina'e1 1' K : tf.
fur intciment ntxt ( 3j" I' } r.H.'r I V.'il.ULU ira'-fcr,:
II' I used Van Burcn that ,
I 1'y' and use our influence mvard l in- |i hrarlilj-praxrd .13=:?r.i-i JJ.\ !.. .. l.I.,.'.'. !! Ct'I.aCr,._3a'' :1:1.; h. ,. .U-.s: Y".; E t
i ,' omc patriot; would (lynch Kendall, Blair and 1- ---- ------- ----
lie Pen<;acola Guru of the C7th ult., says- I( dtcingthe County)'- market dealers to receive'! FONEW-YORR.1 I -liZrjiKiistmtors* riuJirr.
I
j I Benton aid when tired of
and ; : suffering; cursing,
such issues
imirir.tlancholy tiny to state tlltfln' TliurR- put out as current focheese. r f"' IX
money trcrl\'f.c'' r dreI! :: I.!.i-\:! s.pnjyio: theIloa.t'----:
rinling, raving; ,\'c., I determined to endure f Tk" O7ONF: t
pTrket shop J'IJ IJ'iin.- i K3Juiire
of
morning, about half\ past six o'clock! on 1 boardHenmboat !I ihf'i5.rv ctnir' .f Lcoa 'oan v fu*
n i RESOLVED, That if the committee think i itJ !I all without! a murmur-to cut off every for freight or rt"l.Jr.: .le:ant : Iter: > of adlDlI1-tt10111! : o > the e fite ..r :\*-a HKhodes i '
Lee llo\. in Clmctawha'.rhce ; I
: Uay \ sheJaecouiiiiofIatJonN .
npplyivthe" : deceased. EIT.V! AfIL
.
and thus l all P. G\! ST'ST'
:o, secure myself agnin
I oxpon
!. C. Soc"ton,:while taking; a shower bath, J necessary, that they may i issue Five Thousand: i.i matter at Si Af-rlcs ')r to Hubert Lyon. !ii.i I M.r'Uit.: lr.17.: -II-UaT
disaster. have
!j future \Vhcn the storm shall
TaLtuias-p -t
1 Dollars more. ; 13-tf y
i ------ .
.fell : ---- --
the
.1' boat into tlieor '
\vlicclhuu6e '
.T j RESOLVED That{ the : 'parsed! I shill be ready again to still, with a i --- L"JDIIlt HETla\T.
: prococuirfrs! of this : ;'I'L.-- I
and was dnmncti. Tlic'Uxil was tinder FLORIDA I li( !; .
: bt- !iliniiiHifd cargo and a weather-beaten ship, ; l'ICfulr'-ti.: i jr h r.cv.repairui: ? '' proraise
the
IIw'ling signed chairmnn
by and ,
: j
cad n.v, and could net I he stopped in time ttiro. errctar. i it is true lutl 1 with the needful '! rKIUC''jSnbeilevins t taken this :ark' amil I'nr.- : E. nr.'i t n .ilt'1 r 'ad!?' fvr t..c i.-cc. i.n or Vi"unr"
to (
; Thus has perished mett: rnierprising :. ." and published, it: the Floritliaii; S: Watthman. 'Phis hope pay i l JL nio !Itral.ccsf: i irmcriv!: (.:<.ui.tu !by C'p; :. Ja,. i t.. I rue: loi'i::! ot n":( lri;"'ah. +r' 'trv
.dl.
!< say, was a wise d tenlli- H. Starr take that h. -
r'*
', a)ute in .ivir.y. i I' now pre : Prepariti! a.maJe lor Sea na'lun: -, a.aes' ry
\\'ortll\.cilizeu. The mail lillt.\\'it! hl'1t"pt tip i i TIIOMASHROVYX} : Clwirman. ( nation and we should nil act upon it.' ![ ;parM for tlic- r. o*>prsin: of cii'pmy.. IT. \vilcad!! < ai ,I. f'Jfriiun111 he u.>eJ, tvI'l t.ie c-,>mf',r: i the velar l

: N. :M. MUTIN 1! 'Oh, to-sc-cure'said! Beau Shnlteily, Mliis: i j vo'ir ;.t 1\111 tin! ?; to ad.l t<"> the <'onV: >rt fit'>! hi-i go1i 'sI :tniv 1-t-l dir: ac i to r3r.j..1JO-I t t4.; e'abL.,U": eo"- -
Sccrctar
tu3L"I I ). i and LD h', fsc gal h* well a:: 'nded! !!r >ci''tnS lIa S CIW&BY.
'ccmolJlIud licnchmrnt call it is I
( ,
{ -- ----- ---- I It t as you j; tab-! at all/ t.iner; ll !be saps Lea with every delia1v St. .'.I i trks LL-'i'-Housc. May .0. lri: ;. 41-:3TR ;
: .\ a tr.oeting of thecilizen.! of ItPy.I' st till' might'lino and Hover, but it is confound j'i .- the: .olIT.tn': nir-jril; h < o?r with r.wc: v. icar :any: of Alabama Volunteers, vf.oi! ;lti! Taintiiieiid held at the office of Colonel I'.T.' ; cell!ly inconvenient to us gertcln! n. The dc-i j! 'liquors ; and, 'his st:1l111: l! he ridii'-tc'l'd by a car. L Li -O''rf:::. 1 1n
< .
I t ult., "..-C learn that there arc at that Green, on. I with and i' fat anti attentive: a h',-tiPr. I He h''"j>e> by tinretiiitur; I I"IIl..n ,, t+ \YED frr>m t,.r ,-sertb ri.it::" r1irtUflltt'!: IS
I! \ six JIUIIhclllnJian" \ ;! the 22d day of May, 1 \37 ; tlc; following! re- "II1.\ away : cotton, mal pone; cons. : a':'. a :t\ wen: ('_>n-i'ic! : (.l huiiM I '.'J oral .t aj! Ij'.h m<'..\nt t, :a tar:-- r.c! T.nre!; ,,!tt*L:.:. rryp, 'is. art
jlniut t1i
who have pOi ,: solution were rccoi'.imcnded ntid adopted. .i ij and all such games: n 1 11:1,: : :id, which compel I I s hare: of r'lMi-I l nt'ra. :;ao". I; ..n tiii'Un her, a.d ,1.lle.'ilIl or !Lve inic': ui .' '. .

1 1l t liicir: ponies and cattle jnJ aim-ad/ em 1 j Rc1 or.v'cn, That; we and pledge u, Jo' wear a scoured trot, anal touch our hat: I I WILLIAM XCK! -.L' ,'U::e :10 tL" aauwnocr: ;: i h"i ies :; Lot Tai.ak-sseeur' tr
agif-e n> :r-
at IIIY time, in the transports: lyirri at tIle t.) the pirvcnus of the day. "Any, Abel I, Mar-inna, June :T.:, 1 W 43TANTEl :a lL > t j I U Iavy.sr[ :, H; r. in TdwhL'N": ', vi\\\\ J-be.afh"
selves! receive Mexican ) IIOI
to Do-i'jlons
; : : : at $IG, 'Ii I |. rcwnrrl-i. IIAUUY *:MI <(lilt
drtlicir!. tcstinatin of the Mis issi I think oj f'it when I dined with bst Sunday '
west > ;>>'i. and Doublons j i you j \ >7 '*
i Spanish sit $17, each ; in all 1 -->;s lr tt- J. Ga.nc :. }
ill yet at I Fort jMellmi, but will not lw reacfy ,; rnatlrrs of business from this, time until the ;; Polly Watte, the chimbcrmaid. waited j I A. GOOD, : Bcc'cr, who Cln rare well: rc'am-I ---- --------"--------- ,

ubark More!; fill, having acn+unhcr of old! in- I ,value cf the same shall be altered by a tote t- upon u<, and you .gave us claret at $.1 per do-I dmc..de,!! to whom; z fur cotnpens.iM' :O'l lt!:.
,: i 1\'e:1 \V .N'ICKl-ILS: C .S her ty area, that tl-u' "lays af.er date, apply,
instead of Gil
and sick in hits .\blJt:113pi zin, : Davis' superb Nupliilj I Is '
persons party.tI'lic 1 \ing j of the citizens called for) That !urp(:c. t( | Mariana. June 3, 1 1.7FOSTPUNfU .1 -3t.j > jlcaii'm' i'.l: bs CIt':'; toti"lJv: ,,orat.;le Jut.a.eot the
are 4Irt1erl'l{ ; toTort M'Hchell, AlA-ama.1 | RESOLVED, That in order to decicaso the s? Charnpnigiic.; Why. :r.an, :this i is fairly cut cuarsty court ti L...: tor' airj..y to -eil the yen:
h ti-.jg oil all SALE. t.'tc, hereinafter tIc crioc'I! t he'i'.' : the .
'f 100 likewise from supplies. j e- : 'iry fa estJUtct ,;
tany ( Georgians, Tlrmph'cl..rdered a amount; of Hank notes now in circulation! I I
we
; ''All, found that nut did Tics i it ot,f Lot.7 :. : i Vm. (U. :utt tilt Utf-i ;e-t., :an'i,i'S: ,::i v. wJ 2S*
belonrrn
rite
you 7 [ Ii i : ? to es'.ac: :
Go\'crnorCnll !
tur port-1i" as+> ,[ lo flgrcc'lhnt from and alter the first day of' THF.tl't .. .McC. ll tif to:vnihip 1. range 1, North :.rd Etstr i :*
; 1'1 1'a.! 'U.15 hi r.
1 drummed city t> !,
tJ last C'cnin5 their of service ha J.July will i< nil! tru ; up my troops nnJ called t; i e-.tinn i-. T i i: :; .- i n N 'v x u
term \ we not rccci'cn; ) Florida or \Ves- j j i po'tpocci! until Tesdiva the :'.7, of June > : -. i iccti'.n
l an in.l| coon of the forces one fine sunny .'r.t' 't' RV, a.: .'t I E .'* nf N E i *,Vz '
will! lie discount 1Y.\J U M.-CALI.: I 2
iptrcd, they probably ordered lo the 1 tern notes, except nt a of five I I .
I per ) I i vv .v u' :. i t s it' L ir s r. J. n i s n L I
orning last week PoUy Smillfry says to !| J Jane: 3, 1 is.37; ::; (13-tf A'intnitraturDiblors *
10'ist in quelling the rcfiactory creeks in ; the cook "hat7D 'Eight
quarter. :,I j''tembcr, we willnot Teccrc said Florida and I i! e5 you :I Look ;dut irtdi-ihmc ? I 'I''i, cti-'D ei', -1, RJ i, S ai.d i i'.. I.is Nu. t a. d "
dollars a month, and three for tally, t the ecul-: j .f section1 f } i s > 1il.tYUTT.ILL
y L E-
Merclmut arrived St. Maik's 1 \r cscrn not's, except it a dl'Scollnt'of'l.r'r: f BjLTBLIC not ;Is < s> 4- 't
steamer at on i 'You I and i -c hercoy ;ray t'.at: all: de! !>:s hf t I :

.-v bet, on her way to Tampa, with do s. ; 'cent ; 1 it being understood th ,it these rales ifny | (7i.V;i 011.najss the sC'ui1ion.must take fit I'cani't, Polly, says honsomI, ;j I BT every description: ,, du and o-\iii r: Ly + ny: per-J I .Cer."on( c'.) =:-Iti"" l.m'rV i! 1lntattlde.'d I e -
: no sons iu F or.da to the late finn of James' IlarnJtan '
time be altered --- -- -
--- ---
'at by a meeting of the ---- -- -
mluch the left tIle J.J'illl, any |
rs, cjc. } place on citizens called for tint i \ er. tako les!.' 'Thri your services arc no i and! Son, or the firm of( Ilaini,.ton and Cc! vt the )I X 1': ',' GOODS.'r .

liVtrau( : voJuntcer and -compiny fir MaIir .(! ( is also purpose. j J longer Ic}erred.' ')Iimn;), how much do )0'1, City of feu-1orkaaluailoffrty! : I lot',I.TIJJ ;o i, 'rI,1. r sulrribcr> return: tl.-.r t'tanic: ; :o then .

PfMarola The ccjiictn n'p.rl'5 that the :.,j It rccommen-Jr-d tbit proper roc:- ; lecrivc clnmberrmid 'Seven said linn in Fun: la, ha; !b:tn duly a-:. -.cd tj t.ia j tVie.and! t1.! :, p-j''.:lir :In central, fur the !Uwr* ,
J sates be taken! to give public notice in ILtvana : a> : 'iollirs.j I their iru.ne*', by rirue of sn -rai t of a sicj : : ;
ttircre still' in not Tampa 1 anil:. :.lint I : : : > .11 .nro"r"-'rl". it tlic: ha; e "'";civej, and( ?ucit! 1' a ,, ';' .
comnig hat Doublons will bf taken ut t the above rales i'! 'You must coots down lo fivc' 'I 1 shin'l} d o> I mrnt, dated 17 Apri!, I 1S'J7, all!l persons indc''+:e.j to' < I'Dtnufincol :h<*ir p'v roi..+:e. They: ear re- t

fipnriy would vet wff from the lOilt, to the fur purchase made at this either j! no such thing, sir, unlers >oti will find me a, : itlicr ol the above firm M ill therrl;j'e r..1'lte M TIC r.-.:.amtrum Nev y.'r. l'ntg:1l.imlretn! usuon'ovar .f ,

, ant. GenenlJessup was-till these, with I I any place at t fI i'k dress! a and a Tuscan bnunct.'Cnn't .' > to me or MV" OluhoJl: -.c nzeat" :, 1'-m HIv'.it': Tall.i- f superior' ( .-,o-. sir-i': ]': to :he: seam I'crebascr -
cap
nurtiun or plicate sal". ]j has! H'e. W.M! l It I'J6HICK..U'rafMect ) arc rcqnesjrtl u> I before ihey;jay asd exam !
Ar-1'
itc of the Marine mJ .
panies Corps j do it, Mimmy, so you must ;;(. 'Dick, ; '". #$'
: 1'. C. \ ik.: 4-f .
, I. GnEIX} Cn tirmm. i i : ":\\- > i i.ie 1 fur theai.ieL': .T ti,! C'axi.Taliahascc .
r. The forft-3 at Tampa v crct>nj<'vng jrmul : F. A. H-r.owv Stcrctnry. 1 owe \'Rt!J a month'sagm ns coicliman, : ; '; -- -. -- --- !. !JT-\ ., I. C. ..
i 1 x7o : Iltrrt .
; nci;. .. !1.. .
[
1 it and hoiK :
here recommendation-for
i a t
1 :
,
I l; arty" In behnlf the cilizrns; of :ty .l : F' 7. .
1I Key-\Vc-t t- A LLpciior.s: niji'.itfj! lh! ; : : "t -
I K writing the above xvc have: received fur ', The :Mobile t and capacity.! '\Yh ', sir, do you give up the j .f jL" (Ertl. t. tateor iluhaniV ---.- .Joj-.f .
will !
Iirgi-tir I plrusc c<;'.\' t:.? a- t: are rcqu-s>eel t-) make ur.r.ediLtc ;'iv. ."t.-.7-.9-.. .
I viccs, which lead us t*> doubt, the. corn CI :' ]Lutc. 'j? coach: 'Yes I keep an oinibus; now.'- I ten. ana 'hos>e having:: claims a;earl said! C'3'c ; t.ISG nn- alr-I t.
:r.
i : ,: tl'. ;
, d the alxve inl ttion. Ten 'Bob the waiter fcl!! .' bill i will bo au'hent'Caied: ; and lUll the '; ij l'j a territar., .\. J.
rOl days will, ------ .i you arc R good e" I prc--cntrd time h'r E-1l!. .::: ...,: ;
: Po; ntr :an-Jrtoraev!
Ttr, in all; jiroliaVility decide theresuM. whctliIndians : Otc+.a has Furroundcd at lasV.ind, verge iri" j i i'i I as you !rave: managed T.I) m-irv:, ting for six I: I i 'rr June'era: ;"(:';.: is.7r barr: : cr-tJiy tf! wal bi forever JOILN l'iT1 IZLKR i i3 -::<>--lt5' J{:>.SK- II \.VILLIrf- '' '1

and made, all chases 1 lakei i it I ______ _! I --- ---- '
III ( will emigrate or whether the trrn'i i lo the Wh'itc'; camp with hnvcral! other Chiefs | years, my put :' "Ul.'l hL ::ni: : (,oons_
till i be visited with for th il have laid a ? little ;i 1ilXlscssor's Last ?ISLL olio,'. 1 1ll.
another Indian waT. 1 I ;and about 100 warrior Himself and Coa granted yon up inij T(1j-: iu" " , Ilago estimate the of the Seminolr-s sum; you arc whil I call comfortable.{ '41st- j pcr' on are.licrcbnotified that 1 'nil! nt'cr.d! :; .?L York a fail r ser'ructt 01' {Jonjia2i..es Msnti 1

akin; c*T I llic pressure Sc sn jwrrsion of specie ; strength t well, sir, to do in hc world. Polly SmQ!!- j: :5Lat thc followinj:: ; p.itcfor! : the purpose ot! a->I' Sill ;' ThIizr.. I fer.'io: 'Jijtiu! I>: Y .':. Green a.i t Dahl'a: l
500 ) "
;, including fugiti-ve Creeks, al 2500 ligl hI : tLc: :c'-ti-i'v and !territorial! tax:., :.>. ) .
j tlicyrar; lo'J7: C< "hrn r.crs : .St'n'iiier .
: : t CIth vit
Ier eats: by the, Bank, the Pcnsncola Ga/e'tfc i Welch < vari-ty (.r Cl.- 4i
{ and I
IeIe _" l I I ring 111011., -The negroes were reckoned i in fry talks of setting up I a rabbi''I j I V17 ; !!lour<. for Ir., aid Fro !'c Coat'A; bra Plaid! p.rr1A ,'
Amid the general distrcs?, the Dank nf the cstimatfv.'C j! house{ in Thames street next May.. I Ic At :M 1 W Walker's store, SI I il\\ Pua'i 0:1 Mor 'h.ic Ctm'-r:-: l>nN.! L--:.l:1 ri'-.hc d, alit ti-c-tf.

. iro'a still stands firm. It has, already dot t' 'j A letter from Florid "Occola I j Thus 1 went through my household troan*, ; 'u"'. J 1-ih June ;Sinful and Plain Checks; ant {'t.ltt'l'n., Veltf
tiling honour- Its i ril- '( says lia i :-1t St. Mark's, on Ta.( ..'iy, tl.e 1" June Lawn Lucy.; Satin freed t \r-l'ii7 &:. .ar Pant, t
a.r paper'is as goml as large firmness, inhnbitivcnuss! combalrvcr.ess, | and soon placed tho'b(); curnrcrn tn the 1'!I At Mcjj.i'-.l'ii.! or. U'cd-Tbday.! J 11 Jnti": great .,r,cy: "f Vt.'ng-. L.nn M.irrs! Collirs! nrfL

'p>Id, and we understand that'it Is the inteii |!; adhesiveness, and amiti\'cn ss.-Destructive- i peace ostab"ishmr'tt. Afterwards, my wife', At B'oclcer's: place, on Thur..d.1rtho} IT I June. i j :os('m". A gel?nl: a!.rtuitt of IJ'i-ji"ry.} yc..t $0r.a 1

!J f the directors to J13.out sprf''c''or evi-ty ; ness, sccutivcucss, and acquisitiveness ire j j and I nr'Jiuled to the parrot, nnd under the j 1, A: John Srni:h'?, .r. Friday, the !';Jnr.oV ; extensive: a;.c.rtciet ct"Ready , I '
(dot ?af its paper. The effect of this will rrrtain small."-we sire no phrenologist but would caves of the house we found 000 'bottles of'i' At Jijlm D. Parish's store"A're-i'uk/! tea Fa:u r- "Satfe CI Iljiisr.
day, the 17 Junt't .
doa ;that its bills will come back upon it, and it'' add to thc nbovc, that his ttay-out-ivcdess. Madeira win?, thirty years old; besides one )J! :.\ John heh- c's, on Vonday: lii--1 I 19 Ju.w. .Traor.: r.:'fckhare 1'\.art? tf: I tv.-i iinu'ir-ii 1 Boiabi, r( !
2ir., TSiiSet t, Mtria f'rnpr Catnl-Ie'! "U..itC
,
compelled to confine its operators: within i, was long, and his comc-m-ivncss measured pipe thai had been: twice to India; 5 quarter At A Crom-iriie's, on Tuc-d. >y, theO Jun.'. : Linen I):- -= arid !'roCoii:: Kour-.dz"'acdJliovn u::". m

JlI J limited: ".tiere. But thh would necessarily by his own frcc-will-ivcncs? and accord-ivc- : cat-ks of paJc sherry:; 2 of old Port, and .J 1 10 !i j I day At and the Thursday Sheriff Office th 21st in Tallahioc"and CM June., enVednc.->- '!, Pna's and ve,'s c.f ev.-ry tlcwrrj! ,.trn, made in'oJ the/ 4 t ;i r

IJI t ass, in the present state of the times J, ,!': ncs.c.--Columbus! Flrrald.i I! cases of L'-nch'3 Chateau Morgcnux, which1lay J S. B- Persons not, wishing to pay dO'I it.L! l Taxi will .'ri. f'l.!st I fashionable, .._r.I:1ft'mop: rr, tr.ua: he ir ti! >,' ?.d; it" '
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I very rt' :. cash cr > "! ter.
tt tits specie capital were much or.Iiule, and ,, snug i in the counter cellar. 'W ,tier svj- take corset and sated proaiplv. r .rrr"j. j. rmiGECua.irrv 1

*h. have the management rtf'thein.stitu'i- .': Dour.TF.fr. X Etta i I, thi i is too much of a fine article to keep in i A. .\. risiitiR.13 ,; r.ic.cli: .-.:> ar.J ct'.jvahiu: c to p'ir- t

*1 it least hathe satisfaction to reflect I i I The blotting letter comes lo us through! ihese-limcs, so we'll send t for Duncan Pull! to -tf Tax Assessor of the County or! .Lc nKX ,liase, wilt!! f."l! t : t't. tli-ir ihrt'-: : to c-tll at the above .
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lit fcBank has fully and to the letter, compliedcngageinmts. t.I the mail. As there is no other intelligence( I laste-to arrange-to set our search for supeifluitic" I! : icu: '(ui'sNrn :. i C:taJl1hL+e::. 'ailahf: .I.-iiti.. ?, l.ii.-iJtt.:

Y' '* ." '! of the kind in the city, nor even a rumor thereof l ( we encountered lots of silver fat Its'j A LL persons who h,ve any ileunn-k! against; 1 il.c! TUN'IL.-iuchm: rny: =Cll.: f'l'm the; TcriTOry 1 "

tY ; we arc inclined t to think the letter a hoax.l.1t tureens, silver waiters, silver plateaus, silver I I j 1)'star t-f Wil'uiA Patterson, la'c ct JacKM.n I j' .1"ij Pjy Fl It.+u.'.v v.-il! art as.n,\ r.-;+'n*. Any t
I CHID"n'J., arc hereby rrquesteil' to j 1'csc 4 t j lran"at-ritia: o f hi< t r. my naT.c wU:; t ihi v ackn->\7tcdi'ed :
Os's ''tlooner Emperor, the vessel which; brought; will be seen thai! it is pinned for the editor pitchers, magnificent China dinner sets, ex'I: j'I lhe.1tVilhout deter to the sucs-Tibcr ; l hy me a> !awfuL"A.oI: : ANvJiK'K.. f

A the *\av trorn Cuba, seized a few diysIt I of the United States Gazette, by il Mr. White I qui ite cut glass, superb'paintings' gLJy JOB i'NV; 1',11"rERSCIErec tt. '. Tall.xhas.-e-1.- A-u.[ -Oih! t lsJ7. .>7tt"s '

Appalaclucola by the Marshal }hat arriv t iMr. Chandler, himself, i is el Harrisbur !1iN. l.;-- el, Rubens. Tintoretto, .c. &c. &c.; piernnd ALrmO L. U'O'JDWARD[ i tors. 1 1 MSL'Kl.NG: GOODS.-- 4

rj ten I| Y. mantel almost and June n, iS3r. i-tf:: |
eob. The Spcctatoi glasses, as liras
vessel{ lias. I I ns I .
been i-er/.ed and | -- "fT U>T received from \ew-1'rt; and Ea'tiicore i aC -
4 stain imprisoned. ;i: rUtl.ADELruu, May 18, 1637.: long as a church door. '.H\rl, says I, say CARKIAGF: AND JL\fC\IS : I large and hani!>otntt.surtineru: +'t' !'ants: :cst;pit-:

30ae j II Gentlemen lake the liberty of informing the word, can you part with these things \ ilh- N elegant ct.rri.1c and pair of harness". Ira) !; dry goods. ready inrdjj Cloihn ;. liati; tt.tttiral''i .h ,

'!\rave iuftrmatiom the uf'ivar in I j you that a mob, composed of laborers nnd out?' Willingly, cheerfully, said she, with n ilLrnouoted and nearly) nc\v-for s tie, u ryl! : knir.-n I\ -fr;. vizBlack # o y
eat by applying to J. :. tllEI'.Hp.: | :! (JrcxI- XnrSvr's; : *. aaJ L3tern: ; Silk; {
The under PJ mechanics out of have mile, a kind look, and n squeeze of the hand. } .
troops the command I' employ, proceeded to June 3,1 3.. .t3--.ts; L.unai."e.-:5upcr Printed, Trttuh: i Jaconet Maslia

101 M'Kinnoti.oo the 21st ult., fell in tri th j' force the doors of the United States B.mk. 'How pathetic,' said Shatterly 'why really, I ..

glared a party of Indians on Black Creek, ,j j They. have not s":cel dad us }yet. The mil i- i j. friend Abel, 'I must take a lesson or two from HAVE appointed SOTICE.T Lea te 'J'.iylor. of TallalnsJL : GroJe l.ams.rCa;>. .-...a: ::1, Slrli e, Plaid: and clicck Cine; '

01Jj 'iit eta micslrom: La grange. The Indians ;I': tary have: been ordeted outs; but have done 1! you when 1 fail, split me:' ec, my attorney during my absence from Florida Super Frtn-h, F.:urcd. Fai.r.v a ader'ri:! ;:::.- ,

"'cl 1 to amount, in all, from three to I II j!.i nothing as yet. Yours in haste, I' X'd'.v, take your eyes ofT the ladies, will wlfO will not" only attend to any business that concerns I.i>!e Lace. Li.ie insertia" .1I.J CttJlars.Lidies : '

a,I '* +t4 difided stag: J. .It. CHANDLER: you, nnd look over this memorandum of the t my interes', but to all snit. that have been or may I I'ljurcd Satin, and Gauze Ildkf-..
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into small parties from .the Ala- be instituted for an I me. 1 r
. these hereafter ngaiust: Fancy' Prunsw.il: ; ctarhan.I .tcColars: ,. .
facilities raised
tI. Ioe to the CJioctawhatehee Bay. I' 1 r. J. 7 White. I sum total of br movea- MA11CUS 1\. AllMSTEAD.May L.tdesnd; G 'ntleir.eu", > lIrklO Gbuvca.Curls r

,. I i -- i blcs:- '13th. l3'7. 40-4ts Bead: C:1;s. Cambric H kti.
THE Cusroal-ilousr.--Tic !I II nnel.Pair 51,200 White and BKick Silk: 1I.!
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: tie j tvell-know n Ca-riagc ,
ta.ourn, by arrival of the John Ad- POR E'Y YOIli. .
t Hampton WcMcott. of New. .I I anecdote of the European General who was I ..Barouch, 120 iCapo'con: White hatin, yaii.i Fcct-d asJ Cru'.rr
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lOG faI D. -so much in tho habit of 100 Brit: STATIR, daily expected and tr ill! Drillings. ,
.. Weslcott. & Secretary of I despatching orders & Buggy on ;r befor the JOth of June, for 1'eight; Shirt ColUrs, C(s<.:., and S !:m ?tcek.: '
} 1'ieol r.d W that Jhjp.ix.c1&y. after she counter-orders, that one of his courtiers, on n Sleigh, 60Poney &'or passage apply to, JI India RtbternndCtttion., a'n.pcnders.C'Xton 1? ,
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.'e & !t'rb e hopes: a or ttolt wM returning his hDme'iUJ certain occasion took the orders in a vaL-c: on 70 KERR & KIRKSEYTallahassee ball b. Spool Thrtai!, and CouoriCotunade Loaf; r, ,

-r' '. ha ritt'tm lathe diaeave recruiting which had heal 1.1.M. 0', the saddle before, and the counter-orders in. Coach Doge, 4 May 27tb, 1B37+ -li-:>t to. Caatabrahy., :iir-t1n and birliD? ( .. 9 t
RE.I.D I11! CUr-Ii:"c.
4< '.'qukr( Il"OD8.rr c DSarapticm,) He has l la left hit (portmanteau behind, has received fresh Wines, 3,200 ADMINISTRATOil'S NOTICE.IX I Coisis'in or ererra.ietvof! Fan.vandl'iainPart t r +

oft illiatt Grant,..a 4,) aud an illustration at the hands of Mr. Secretary l Plate/ 1,500 weeks after date I shall apply lo tho County: tuluons, J Round Jackets, &uniner; Cuas:' : aud V' :s. #

. { 500 Conrt of Jefferson for )ewers of administrationon 1'1.. AND ITR n"TS. t
rbott WM about 33 Woodbury. For the last ten days, orders and China and Glass, v ;
;. "f.ip rears of ape; he en- the estate of Eli Sejly, laioof said county tl'c J. White and! Black, broad and natrow brimsionabe -?ac'a" ,
]t/ M a Midxtipmui on the 10th of May counter-orders, orders equivocal and instructions Paintings, .1,400 May271837. 4i-Gts MARY ANN HKALY.: Palm L--af Hatjt, hneJ and hJded.GROCEnt .
iII* m Loentenancy on the circumstantial have followed 800 .' t
ry ."JiPJJ.'YfilJt. each otherin Looking Glasses, '.
couniuitioa impaired in such rapid succession that neither the merchant Union Bank of Florida ..Money.TEIE CC'D"istin of every variety 1 too numerous to nsijt t
.' kp .U one oC the Lieutccsntf of subscriber will receive Union Bank of Flo of
tionAll which offer she
sr1i we to city' r-r-conoiry
the
cued nol
Sttuea public officers have Total $8,990
known from
ia1lar n last yeah: forth. e t Monrr, for all sum due: him at n premium trade at wholesale or rrtiiJ, on seer rca!onib'eterDv;; +
tlttI* nation, aDd r-IleJ the win'.er in aD one day to another what they may be requitedI1 cHere's raising the "ind for YOll,'nnd wilhoutmils of ten per cent." JOHN( B. TAYLOIi- II. tf T. E. LI C EtiEEGCi1.R. .

of he:1l1h, a.P"rt AUbop; lug,, /.tufffl ,to do on ihe.-nrrival of next wail. I lg ii, my fine fellow; and do you wish to Talllh '. ;{t--r .

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worm Syrup. .
Groceries Just Rcech"cd.By .
. t LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. 1'Qg1 \ ThIV! Or.\U8It; iiitnl
1 recommended all norsw and ,,1'r5 1,9 or'rt" ,I
: to parents, "blsf
the Brig Howell large .
_ 4 we havcjustrcccivcd 1 IS : .uxn lUfJJl for ti'e" 1
choice of RCERIES lucl. who have the management: of children. .11 : t :! ; 151: ; ''it.siroe di
assortment w ,
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. l most effectual WORM DESTBOTISO medicine yet l j ',.' r Wilod hue 50 1ntn l! '6..11 orS'I
4 we offer for sale ongoo I terms,-* iz : .
t indeb'cd to the estate of the late red, \("
persens ye
t AL1# S. Peebles, are requested to rome for- hiO; Lblimorc'Vliisker' I This syrup besides being safe and active .11'. 1 lit White Swcti! n;; of ever> ::"- rMttf

ward! nnd settle the same with the subscriber, and .10 2 Gin i huge, i is reel\bJe and pleasant to the. taste, nnd no'I 2d Sore Legs ami b'icer.vf l"us, ".w.ij.
Country
those claims said estate will : wilt refuse to take if. 3d Schimuw Glandular T-rmoura,
and having against pre- 50 u Ch'amp. Cognac, Peach Apple: Brandy I child '
: .u ii'cui i U int' suuscriocr properly authenticated m 4g F 10 Cafks Malaga Wine & I It is also happily calculated for preventing and removing tl10se hardened lamoartin women .breasti "bieh orQ.
within the time prescribed by the Legislative Council I nwny other disorders to which children are limes terminate in ulcerated eanc rs.
in such: made and \ ill bo Auctioneer A Coiiiiul- >lou Mrrcliaiil.S 20 bblsOIdMo.iongahcla! nliiskey, diarrba'a 4th Felons Or wnatsoma people know
rtSfS provided, or they \ 1 Madeira Pm \Vincs. subject, such as bowel or summer complamflti by the
t. i
bhcrry
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brrelof it is innl- 01 Catarrh, of everydesC1"ptlOn.5th .
& and
recoHrr. S1AUlllI ID.' Mondays Saturdays. warranted giMUune. or looseness, vomiting purging.
: ALEX. FOIU1Y DUVAL, .- Ol.llihVllike) table! for allaying those pam which children' suffer Rheumatic Pains of thejOIDt.
For- al- 25 !! (, their teeth and if previously used, will Gth Sprains and BruwcJ of de
1 Adm'r. of S. S. Peebles dec'd.April 50 Baltimore superfine Flour, in cutting every criptJoa;
-22, If'.ii. 37v I ACT of land, consisting-of I 12' 0 acc. *, in ; lbs Baltimore cured Middlings aivl llaais, remitter thi% operation of nature rfe-tly milll and whatever part sitoate. cri"

t -F '- centre of I the Ia I'ayctic Township, a nil 15/01 RaisbnsSO free from danger. It is equally e.kacious in rickets 7th Totter of all kind.. In this complaint, the .

: OTlCE.-Six months from date Twill apply 4 miles from: Tallahassee. It consists of the J 01 boxes" Prupcs anti in the infantile remittent fever. It is rercom- lient, i in applying the Ointment most keep the C
:, : 1" the honorable of theCounty led with the assurance that is fully adequate to the out of wafer p
Sf'ars'1Jr\tnJudgr iGih Sections of that WhiCh he '
I Court Jackson ; he toxvnship, 3000 Ibs best Loaf 5u' ar intended, and that much good may 1te( .*- 'I 6th Chilblains, or aflcctcd fro
: County to discharged tor I purposc: parts by <>t.
i J thc farther: administiation lflhe estate of John [ their whole length, and form nn IOU( kegs water Crnkt< : .. rived from its simplicity and innocence, it cannot do TO THE PUBLIC.
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assorted quahlt
of 1 miles. .section : y anti kc s )
by 2 Three-fourths 10xcI 'f"lMcrC 1 he :
following
; deceased. WILSON ROYAL Adm'r.April any harm' communIcation addressed
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4 : ol first rate hammock and tho whole I 40 bigs I juira .uid I E il) Cotc each boitle. to the a,
t M 22,1817.JriOE.1 j.Gm Direclions accompanying: I prietor of Judkin's Ointment, Irom ihi lion. JJL.
3 .- --.--- ----- of I the best: 1 n/iality I It t I hns 1 been pronoiiKC I .0() kegs AVI.il Lead Marshall's compound Syrup of Lh-Cl' T ll fern member of Congress,is highly
4 .-Six months nftcr date I shall 2<}(( J In tSpanMj: :i;:xrs The intertt\ia.
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competent .Judys'to Leone of the be.-U sec wort. grniuitous manner in which il is mule

'. IrS .1 1, my. accounts and vouchers to the Hon. the t in that t very fertile and I valuable: township!. I :.tt., 1 hhds n''i Buck:ur: Shot, For coughs, colds asthma spitting of blood,liver : feelings 1.1' no ordinay character towards,Iti enj

: Court >fLcCl1County., as administrator (.n the 16 is ; ood onk and bud cough and all diseases of the humanity! ; and is certainly well deserting
generally hickory I whooping or
4 '. I ? tate of Jacob Horgcr, dec. and applv fnr loiters dist :;(I) U.s Dnponts: and Coorhs' r'\"l-cr4J complaints! attention.
of i it of a Mipeiior quality! ami ol I thn Ca.ullcs) breasafld lungs.
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missory on said c tite. STEPHEt NELL 10x'R Sperm
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of soil which his bini be The reslo-ali\.e power:oflhis medicine in di.se.-- AVASHI5CTO.V, Jan. M, ]1
f March' 25th, 137- 33 CmArtniinistralors' ; : proved lo ::1''i) ;lnkeo I Hcniugs.Ill I t Sir 8t.
It !Im been
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". hare been attested by the most. rc- wish for
a considerable
ofihic Lungs my
g -_- pled to t the I p"1l uct ion lft'.11 crop of line Uic: .ccs !
: : IVolico.T From I ihc I facility; cle.iiimr t th.I u e. has t t.t'e- :.,) Buses Brown Soap. opectablp.physil'ians both Europe and this country.it i' to have commniiicpie used,the you the good effect*f- with whii)

F the next J ulv Term of G\t dcn it be made 50 ,Im.. hOLLIeS and CiI,-r. poscSeS sedat I t-e,cx pectorant and tonic properties ointment invented by .Judkim,IItf
County 01)r available: '
may very soon ; as a l.rtr :1n111Icncc abate fevers mui(atc coughs, an almosti:1 I which I now understand is made nrd sold by
t hut bi.st
\ we will our accounts and vouchers, tilm. pieces t.ttuedlin
u. present "' ; < slight and recent colds, whtU it appointed by yourself. I have applied thfs
t'uils oiatlllclt
100 I
-xdn.inistrat.irs on tho CBtnte of Culliu Edwards, tract is v\-\\\\ w3tcn'II.Ia'l\'ilJor. huge stream i 1( Urp) *i"mmelTiare relief to to Ith' c which from .neg- duringtht: last three yeirs to every species of

t deccsed.tthe. !lion. Judge of said: Court, and through I it t, in a I healthful: serluui t (" of the I I I .1 e.1LS Xo.Illlm J ShalJI I'ruserc'I < tort have as3uned a more dangerous character., and I and wound, tr f f Knut. t'.iifiiri! to produce rl"'. in ton___*

; r I oLcJi :irucd theref'om. I \, and alfordinj beautiful; situations: lor a I Lead Corn 1 hurds nrrN-m- '. "'( COIIII, Pcrp'r, i\P t ;; fails to cure the must oDMinaic cae-.s. I instance. I consider it the most' liccuku-and'effici'
JOHN EDWARDS SCK\
t : ; Yam-I, fond to other) mf'IJif"inef"r remedy in all of l be the
cases
i ctLLBEOWAllDS.; Jr. '. The rail: rwul: (fioiu; T.ill.iha: ( fo S t.i t. I'.utv, I Drmijohi.s, Pn scrv.d (,tflC1: irra.t", 1 1 be .iprrior any timer, ft'W. -
; I t! Administrators.Nov. i now ivnr i its completion, will' aflord a arauulis.;! n.NI' tl Ial .lngli"h"I 'nILs, GI'IUCI: !,'-I;ur- the cure shortnrs of breath, hoarsene, wheezing, I may, and) I have found nothing so good for \T U
remedial in sorenexsof the breast and l It
I. and ready lom.irkft for its I n-.inr. I Imperial, Gunuoud, r, "' I :: and promptly: any description. may be piopcr ta add, thafh
i I :i 121S3C- 1 -Gm acres produce. r.i !V1Ti'wt'V'iu!
I .t J1 -- - -_._ .___ _.____ 1 hung credit will' be "inlll'r; ; tinrio.Her part: Sco'rh! ) Snuff: in botllc.s 'af'r Oil[, 3Varnish\ lungs. In whooping cough its corrective effort will[ cure of the'lumor called the while swelling,. '.. lit
I the I
discovered.Iars1ia1's [
!, i' 'fJf. : VSIX months after date 1 shall apply' to ilon. purchase money. For "-' apply! to 1. Y. I, e:1 r, H.I.i.h; It rov n. Lemon :i lr"p, | be speedily t and by which moii! distinguished have decided physicians I as incunSlj
:, I ; W ; |/ (i umv court of Leon county fnr letters of Ui l 'rll 'L'aHa S.iinuii! 4 I'. &r For" lIe ItW I.y Tonic Mi:ituic. they would, withoutamp: =
Eq. hiis'ce.: I lo t the
or
lion the
; t 4 ,. mission from administration) : of the estate of KO i proprietor.THOMAS <:. I& T. E. LIUIB.r: GEr.1..I,1lsslC'.Orl. For Ague and Fever. prove f-itnl to patient, was under nw W
ilAND.MX
II dinttt notice eflcctt-d the
: jj i \r (rt Copl1al1J. tlec: : : 9, I st: ti; i: by use of Judkin'* Oi
: r! S. 11. IUr.'LEY, admr. s't., Febmniy I 10, J Ii>.r;. 2 7-11': Prepared by G. Marsh.ihl,1 1 Phila. IInd frr sale b\' and the patient is in fine health ; hi* limb i !'.
J. ED WIN STEWART ,
J4t:9: SAI.I the tumor restored
t' being to a
? r Jan. 21-IS J7 -l-(;'in rol }perfect state of .
:z j : SaI)U'".-foriii 'i-y IVK-r KOIMHMMS 1 "[I 1': S Ibstl'cr!' is auLhlOrI7.td tn so'd tluee \iduawith.n I next door to the Post Office. ness. Also, that the leg of an ngcd! man thathdwounded !

P I MONTHS after date: shall exhibit my ii i G follow rules and! regulation-; adopt- I Jl. blcTrictsofLand situated '. ."u. I:, -V 25. Jan. -23, H37 23 G.nit and exhibited on# dreadfully ulcerafei/ifc;

; : L__ roitni.s i-n.l.1 vouchers to the lion. Judge of the govcrnmmt of the aJo'cIahle", and will j j miles froni 'V:' u .)IIItI1i5; about,, A- fresh of this VALUABLE MEDICINE face from; the knee to the foot, and which, 1 tat _
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; 4nnt} court for L.-on- county, as :ll"i, tI'a'110' jet ly ob-erv.'d, it Mioped i ihv \\ :ill sivc i ?' nera.1sa'.jsfactfoii I Arl I 1.0 : :,ar"C'Thr'jc/J"[ il! 51 1 Ants 0h ;<> supply received. i than two years, ho-l leco considered! incurtbV,

,c ; I thee-1acofGI'o.\loore 1 .'cc .C'1.I.Fl lIf.R ; [ nnd prevent ativ m.Minc'i'-i.-i.indm; : : :;. e!: ,,'I J\.t' ) .\11'< al.\1) ;tIt) ea1ed.) I II just etTictually: cured b" the application of!udkin's 0"
'l I
t t .. Decembers, 163ti.: ; I ITi'-m The Him 11 fa I 'i'W1.1,1 V' : .r.: Mi'i'd'n''t-i'V' il .'Jdc: Fl-trid.i. I Ont I I ment. I nnntion\i.ese. two cases, which: fell anfe

t Hack and four SO! .) lct.tY, \1! he "uhl.1!lnl III:ads : );:.! ,"' I.. ti,. 1"11'1'ser. i447 my immediate notice management' ns a i ''
I'r- ? ,t\. I'j I OTICl-Six months after duto I will presentmy Hank a lid pair :.11 11.
t ) outliers nUll papers on the rstato Cyrus Snlkey' and hos : I H I Mnrrt' ::: 1s37. tf ::214IiuI inors and (fulc rs. 1 have experienced aj de cid
Dearborn dccca rd, to the Judge of the __ __ ____ _
f/ county court ii2lc horse : 004t'i -- ----- -- tile good effect of this remedy in the cure of (

itf\ for the county of Gadsdcn. for a final settlement and .l.1 7 flu) per week, for al'. I and of every species o.' frcj-h wound fi aeeros ti

it-\' 4: pray for letters diiinisral therefrom. H

J ; I JOhN WYNN, Executor.Nov. do du 1 -J'i ;per d.-y, I_ .'tt'v i. ared| nliosit0: t milesfor.rii ) I hnimci, must be satisfied as lo its beneficial d
z H t 20th, 1536. : Single feed *' by 1'. J.'l/ACKLEY, 11 <
__ ._ __! __ Irlm I can with the utmost confidence reconvneud the*
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: ZJIXrmoni"h: ; All hor-rs hired imi" he 1'li id friu adxanre, unless Jan.: I It 1, 7-5; tf i iI of this valuable rem-ily.
-i after date I shall npply to the Hon. It3 __ __._ _ ___ 1\
ihe ha with IheItahl's.! : ---
._.L JS Jud-c of the County Court ot Jiflcrsop County, person > an arri.unt( / I am sir;very respectfully,
-. I horse ? the "ohl.ou Uirjt.
t. :Nu < ChiC without nn c Irtlvufrom I .anHs JOhN
J ; for a final discharge from tl.o administration of the -TALIAFEILR
I owner or to his Known senv.nt.: l'al JN H 'jP.I OR, To M 11". Cliarlesilerstons
bI C'tatc of Benjamin Stevens, laIc 4\1 said enmity. \.r : proprietor Judkin ,
.S'mokein" in the stable i ist-ntiiely! :.J1.i.The I r<:- .
i CILAFLES McCLELLAN, Adm'r.Monticcllo I T.ILL.Il.I.SI. n..l : II merit, near Frcdericktown, i1aryl.lr.1.iCi"PJLES.JJ1
t.ibli-lnnciit: will be closed at I 10 o'clo.kI'eron: entering -
I jt 12th Marrh I 1837 I 32 6n.p ,V'.Z .r'lf rX'orHofr.Tinrlr.Jiwtlrr! i *l.) -
: I ( iJ \IMI/I
; ___ will plea c d"h thoI't.: I I II II II I Before Ut-onsboro I
; -- --- ---- --- --- -- --- : leaving had heard much
'! TIll 1 1 i: vr OPRIETRiLirchu ( I n n AS iu-t rfrCI\,1! fr.lnt 'w York a >up' ncr a:- j M|
fif f WITICgishp.I.'hy'en.lhatrl'icatiI1'illb.' : I article in xvhicn vo:i b,foro the
appear public
V as
013 i'Br: -.d.-l..ths Cassmmd etiis
1 1SJ7.rbcs : : 01 f I < am.-i.ti il ; p
}! 1.J mad.'hv: peiitioa to the Honorable! the Judsrc of _. ._ ._ ___ .____ .n'___ ___ a'n, !, -;:1 .. -:.-|hi t::<: ii.-t. (fish:'>'I.I.> : r/ ,. the Superior'Court f..r the 1\lllIllc District. eC 1,101'1I1.1, I! ment, made by C. Herslonx, near Frederick X
f (\\-'io. ", PI'o'j.jnu and '_nt''I"j'. : i, .itei: i-. I 11,1' h.ll- appr; .d in Ib!: J N'--v \o ik marlti: *
fcr l I" tell the interest. and ng..t:. of the I lJnI.mJ of descried etP.eacy in cures on
pc.-mission I ,
fr I: : peai
1I1"Itnf, e5ttjtiit c :' .rt tt' \1111 rathil
ri : '
childien ar.d heirs of David, Da\.itlt'on dtceased' in -i-Th1 E snhserjhirs( have liD I' tit 'f'ilfVx-rv' lt lc..J I with whom I am well acquainted. Since .
: firm or 1'1II & 'l.1.J..l lor lilt' I drs'-iipti'} winhc' t; w'rmt !10 be n! SOLELY from vegetable mlltcrby my
and inl1u'' afore. the Puri'l.I *" in Baltimore it
: certain real. te, Iyill leii1z dist net : PREPARED dence has performed a cuxfriendofi"
t. ofcsiablishm- the town ol' M 1. .'i;ti"Ls, AQAIQ 01,11\11,,d-. al.IIf, ) iiH.i.-i'.e; '!i. ,1-tht J> a..v. over ( [\, Baltimore, which may be it
i -aid a.J \ iffiVtjd with
domed through their grandmother: : f.lt\Hr. the Piles. Il3 in
"I i:; r-V: !j" 'I.! oeutLcr.i. c ..ir.try.a f'i's .: I I takfn with p-rf.-t safely by all ages & jut all diseases ;'fselflw
the baid 1, ill and 11ch I Ie ht 1,1 in his lifl' liml', orJnll.rl.lu for with
I \ \ : Q.1r. Q Cf.U Z rz < c. Xl' : nlst Y''II. !!-. d.ipf'hi. :! t.and,) cloth ci Its cure are 'for the f.-Ilowin-r diseases :Dyspepsia, rcr some years this die,
'
r ,,. ,' hELEN n.\VlDSOXlI1r'17 STORE:. Their / \JlIIIU, i l 1'1 ii la---: and coinmoI I 1, ktc):,Ih mil) htir ra p... rt fi'Wi'i-iiinmi 1-;. !1.1 Is finm! Losof Appetite, (Indigestion, Inflamaiionof the Sto- jr.p.- r. unhesitatingly applied your.

of Darid Daudson: IYce.t diuu", tl.li'.I'' '" r pr">po>e aiti-til\ui: lothf H/ 'iI i- I ,I.ni- t.) seven doli-irsracli, ant J.,- s\ b.ch: .ire arety' mach, Heart Burn, Dirr ria! DysciUry or Flux, Piles, : ase, and am gratified that 1 turnurc.

I t ,. Apt-il,17.:; _ 35_ .- I inn, lu.1 For\ .ii dr; '..n;.,ods l and CoHf-n.i to v.l.icli\ i, of plain an.i 1s rulS-J:: J".( n, !i.111! a d cir.l.r.idfiicd. ljrI I FKtul.i: Obstructed Mensuration, Ague and I-ever, J J. J\. BENTS
k I hey pjrdi'e I ihenio I 1I.I t.> pay MI d.!I ;'.I\- nuon asvil\! fine ctl. Counting room, Lom!nit
storks i.itn.w
ulhr Bdhous Remittent Fever Fever Scarlet
., o a I j, S'III" 1'ICo.lr. ; 11llle I or Typiw .
< J them II'MT.I! shaie of frin n case of woman's
: entitle to a tU sore bid
,
patn.i.nur l tirts '
a.uI
: : : I, cot,11 .mo ;! Fever, Small Pox, Erysipelas or St. Anthony'aFire,
f j$ f'\: ALL Pcr ins ind.-hted] \, t.. the! estate HI'l"herL h Merrhaiitand. Ph 1ncrIf t IH! : 'IVin i 1'(11)' ant l1ei liboriir'couniiis i C\t"1 liflilell' s.11 i.IJlllf, bMck.k.n. ant I (l.r, 'O'CS, ttiu... rollnr:J d,. Asth.na.PIc.irisy, Measles, Yellow Fe er,Cos live ness i ca, iicc, the breast greatly infX
,o:: ( : deceased late of Gadsdcn will i nuke pay- : I the[ be her
t' ; county ol Georgia.; Their py.-l s\ ill be i white aid eooreuIsilk I and hr.en I I l.nnafc. rrl.ie.-! .e'.ko \Vo.d on ihe Siomach or bowtls. Cholera Morbus, : tly to seen- appearaneeeblysp
)1 ; t incnt lo the undtrMgncd-a.-.d! all! |-cr-n'- liavin' : ?:' sold low for cai! rr prod-.ce: J\' they u id endeavorto I, chtUifl'! :: allof whc! ; '. he, WI! sLIt ; .how Consumption, Influenza Colds, C'ouhs Inflamat.on. .great misery she was in ; she to/Jt/
\ ,
J" I {\:j claims. mil)I present ll.c'm duly autllrnllcat' "llulUJJ' l keep on haul: a .'oiiNtautsii|'plv ft choice nail surcnrr j ncSrd'iUTo r the qualiiy! cftU ;ff J* can Lc boughtrv I of the chrstPalsy, Gout, Rheumatism, Infiamatory she hu.. ucn: suffering three months with if 11III.
\ the tim., law. Wm. FOUUI.::*, Ad.n .
presoribrd by : uualiti's of Groceries awl! Piovi-ion- ex' i carried to her bed ; she then had flaxseed poalosi
I jut th IVintory throat Inflamaiion of the heart
t : i core Croup, Dropsy,
rt i aPi1hi137.I ; 31-fiw tte! .( riptinn. C'onutry :bl ci chairs ai.d PIJnt.rs111' I it other things had been tried. I advised Jmiiaonlment
tJ ; i >.,v. I8il !b::< ItiI [Rickets, Diseases of the Liver, Jaundice, Ditfculijof ;
.h77firr f.i.d: it to tl.cir imcr: -[ to call. Tl--.r: Moris i : now j I ______ I knowing it had been successful in like aShe'"f
J L j' 4 I IX (1 late I nccountsand making Urine, Gleel, HystericsNervous & Scrofulous
tl vouchers ns administrator. b.halll'rr.sentny on the vtat.t : if If.cn.. JOhN n L \ ni P K AC in. I NoI'ICI 1.:. I affvtionsof the rnemhoors. \nllli{ aments, 'Mer- >t and npplied it according to the dirccuoe

I : harris Etii 12C)' late of Leon Ccuitv, ftl!.l.-r! \ aI W1L". EIL I FctryetI flul the Ih'n!. r. bolt I II I ttJ' since, I curial and VeHeral diseases,Ulcers, Sores Alfcctationsof comruining It; in 2-1 hours all pain was goiai;
t 1J-j disciiai-c! I l.\lON 'i.IYLOfl, St. Maik, Jan. IClh, l/i::/'i '-"_.. :sn11 I DIrk gay M.u: Poncy, flpp.1 :io and the skin, & all diseases arising from Impure Blood, broke, and commenced dlscliarginjc co;J ou>jfy[ ,aid i|i.
.; J API1l22,137. ; in ------- ---- -- --- I : ) :iCS %%el', and i u al:".nl I jean (,lit. .It the &c. Price prr bottle S2. : continued some days ; the relief from xtreroe ji

t HowuH"' TonicJitur aud .'nliI SIC: tuftRvt, moa'.c c'.I"n't MuJrs: =3 ).ears olJj This medicine has: a powerful effect as a Spring ana i to perfect case excited the woman's aslomshratss

: '::. A UMl.VlSTATOHS'NOTiCK. I 4osivo l.ilJ. lone rcccr.lly broke tlc .-. !Lrul\cll. Fall Purifier, in those whose conslUuiions rtquircnOllrishment I few days reduced her breast tIJ its usual stateei, i

i fe/ i LL having claims against the estate oft ron
I (i ( 'Varhan.ih: C. IWt, arc icquiied to prc eniii.empiop.ily 11-\ \ illS i.nitntionsof. lliv.aixl'salu.iblc! Me.li- \ to niei.n mv pl.WI\lifl. 7 rocs; .north: AI, of 1 a,la. much benefitied by using two or three bottles, v.hichmay "Frederick county, April) 1825.

I. Ji authrnti-ated to M<-..HInrtlll anu l on the f'uhlw-Iw' hi s il< rmlnrd to confide.! the I h-: -r. or t'\' U. I H. Birry K>iT..lUihas cle litI beicivardrd. be taken without regard to drink or diet. Many BCWAT.C IMPOSITION
rJ I
t
I U it < Halt, within the fi.ie: ]re-.cnbcd by law, or they SatS' ; exclusively 'o .gents 1.1 11111'1"111al'S! ( of He' !L hiltr.ulty Any'infur U1tjol of them will be persons are diseased for the want of blood being Messrs L 5t R TLowiuFes! iiKi-chanisCutr.'idd

1 ; i tf A 'wi11IJcf''rc\'erllrrell! And thooe indebted to the country, f.om. ul.om. laic the ir..II/i/lr, artirlc ean. he ;I ?!a.yre!. xeby rified. Thousands. of persons are destroying un Gentl.men-\s llerstoos agent 1 f.lr the .i

... t JLS c.ac w.11 iuae: PaVIiit: to them. had, nn.lltr guard i lie nic cn.ictiiallyisaiiiM!! the nn-1 I JOhN s. TAYI.)1LMarhu uiuiimi by neglecting to apply a proper IhCi'-eOn-j; ,, Dr Win Jiulkii.'s patent specific ointment,I *!

". f. 1Jr'I OLMON) G. BIKO\J, Allm'r.II I nofcitions i of uiMiithoriM-d: venders; ic has 1n5.trtlCtCulhis :, I 13th I :7. :3-; surii the Pall rra will lJe more than double form von that last summer I was afiJctcdvUur

Aprihiith, 1H37.WTTKH. Hw. a nls in Bo't"..t), Nw York, I'Ld.II.II'IIII h and j j as a certain lUlu tflcctual mean; of restoring tlitni to jcg-tc; fame Ju-Ikiu's Ointment iiiiluccd.!ij,
i 4 II I Balti-nore lo jiwfc' JK lctles to >siv.rc''als> flllt itkrnofany j I.OO. "OnTe I perfect health and vgor ; few families\ arc I a jug of it-but it happened not to be "f M r.l1trUJ

''. & NAVY BIU U. oftht'McJicint! to ',b.-mrri ,:!>> fr ia'c. saii>. I b I '/ '.:l.'iitrs! n.rin'c [her I,,,;Alert: I iroiii b'coibuticAfleclions which exhibit variou-ssxm exempt;- makf. I used itacroiding lo the printed trtiJD.

i 50; Firkins Northern Buttsr, a lirbt talc articlc.t Large r.wntitics i.f a pcri.i.-mt.s artirlc in innintioii of 0 ') 5 irum LI.c <""lF r *.>!\ 1.I by l lT : tt-riis tiS Lrii1utions.L'Ieeratioiis, Debility:, Lossot Appetite 1 but my leg kept gettirj: worse. t
!
Itl\) Jurl"'lr"y; En-ad. the "enmnc, Jlix'-urc I.HVC l".u' tiinifaciiircd: : by L'cius"s. ''- I U IlBUT T II- flLii'ON- art.! IJteJlolI, all arising frUln unpnrc LI'wt.1{ Mr Ilcrsioni traveling to the west stoppiit sri

-1 I would respectfully call the attention of l-road Comstock & Co. ..f Nfw V..and, e"llA !;I K.b.2 i :1"37 2iiH I and if not r.erly aticuded to, <:e sure tll prdticcthe i houa-c during the time, on l looking nt the-
South for sal' The name Ilf lc"l'l7.1! mMMilof! I l. wand II --P- -' ;; '-- I j i hud, he inmt-diaiely pronounced it not oOialll
the I.rc\d. he constitulion. 1'.1I1acea
t t Contractors to I .1'. greatest injury to i is rc-
(1ri..t ('K..
': t r l Just I'ccel\"Lt.ll'er brig .'IiJ.tQlrom, Baltimore and I' is (III ti c I l-ltlrs t t of t'u-' ;: 'it llli.: 'I.. '1 hfri.umf' I 1. ,& I; I commended iii nIl r.a'wns of thc year, andin pa.rticl1.: I}! and furnished me with one w hihVas.. On f

t) Sor'stlc hy EDWl-t w JOltS '. article may l-e: hid I ,,f the f ul.Ji-! i : J-T'Wf; \\.1." ;l"tncOHI.Jgrnlsiu -' i .J..c SI'! I tONER L"d \\ ahf. tiS a p"c\'enlati\'c from 4ll\fQXV4AJV in warm climAtes and smclli.; it I was sensible: of the diftreacriVit

;: k I'1 Is, ICtU March. 1837. 32-tf I ibis. part (-f 11. itL\ aid; doorRi.i i m::: 'I, ::1" -w.i'l: : ma r. //1.\1':_ those persons, when diseases >arc prevalent !by "f|: looked like! i:. I thin applied the oiutOlC1ltwb l k a

r.1 .___ I E.: BuIwl jr LtC.!. Geu'r.t, 'Agi-ut%, rthhtLtsce: I t and ohr! a.lu'I'f taking the P..nlceilhrrc or fOIr I limes week,Ir threeor "ave m', to my I leg ; it became in a satc (>(uc*
AVilham Km i firrsiui. nni.r.'resit'Or run 7. I mcnt on us t'! the Srst plt sier and socontintirfi
<
j : Charles Sibley CI..TI.ua"\111{ 'I betxvceii I f..ur table .spoonful's when going' to bed, and the I ,
..( I James C. Ecclcs, ttuinry, j-.ac'nc"s :t. I fear of uunckcJwith it got untie xvcll. j
U. S. AHornoy ]middle IiMrict of Flo. Swaim, Lli.yd ii Co. St. M..tkThomas -. > Mai k", ::I.l IV ( )rleaui. Fil freight psare ap. person the may Cholera no Yellow apprehension Fever being disease \ This ointment 5' certainly very valuable "
or
anyoihei ,
ICJ OfTfis his I jToffSuonM services Ob AlMrm-y and I Alexander: H.i.( k t.I\\ I, ;1 ply L. Swaim. Lov.l, & Cu fct 31rk! or to Kerr &/ as this medicine is n valuable rcstoratne of the SYS- |I would be a pity it should be I loat lo tie fabTte

? I Cot-nscllor at Law, in the collection of(!..bts, tic: in I D.uius \Viihu. uii,it Ci,.. M'nit.cl:!", ,! K'iikTallrhavee.) I tern,thereby i invigortting tile CflflSUtfltjun.md enabling[ tit counterfeit article bearing the name anti l.eitit is
Middle Florida. lIe will attend till the Courts in this J. I D. Carpenter, :hir1inrlv.Thue I :'v "IB I5:!,f;. I-'if o.nl\inc 'V.\t K En'
bear fleets climate
,, I _. _. to the debilitating of all ; it is *
--- -- --- -
'r i District. Office: next door to the residence of J. D. label 'if g. )Barnirdjr. "co. will lie on all tLc I I c-nvcycd by the circulating fluids, and corrects their Cumbciland. Mar 2,1. 1831

r4 't. Wcstcott, Jr. Esq.: bottlrs sold\ by the a'j.tve'! a irn's. I !: Dl tendency t.) all ttosc diseases which originate ill vuiatrd From lleo BtvtrliW'uvgji..
Tallahassee 2.ith IS:7.:: 2:-tr Tullahasree! 7th fur s-.Je 1 ,on aecomni ; terms kn"wnIr II
IS'7. H'f !
I' 1 Junuaj-y July .1 : '" ; .,1 "g liver have C Hcrstons bo the
blood diseased pronfjudkiit's
depraved appetite
or
_. lire
--- - -- -- : i: : : his HorSE \n,1 :,
\ - -- Io i'la'et 01II.nre Ointment for several
: tiI disposition tit at ections of the lungs. I years during II
[
t I.i\v Notice* X $ I iJil Sireei ; (Ihe ctv: .'c. Ther.lnSiicsU'Keit [j in '
Q : 4: 1': l lt IJlaJ.a It resembles, in point of taste and flavour, a rich, sidcnce Marylandand the ointment rna ,. ; i ;JCPThc subscriber's Office is next door to hi" resi-, rJ'rl HEundeisi-.iftd I J i H. |j.. -I fully! Ilul.. the plan-: I ) front )by U'Of.ei() l rear. The cordial rather
i deuce, corner Adams & Clinton Ll'ects. Desirous i tcisof Leon and uilj-llt c.'unt-! -, lint: h
devoting Ilin\.clfprinciplIlIy to the businiss entrusted i and :appointed; PAVU C. Ifn.sos nis. .;\ nr.cy to fill ,1111"! ,; iwlq"l\lent!, of i ihat t portion, which inococ- one or two mercury bottles of any this way rredicine. In the decline! Ct (during my residence in this ci'y >vith sur.ttsS" '
I
: F .., to him as COUNSEL ASD ADVOCATE, such LTTORjjV.I P.ti's; patent: CulOI Cl 'L1I VATD1SS. he (Ut'i'( ii I a:: (Fancy Store! ; life, or when the system has been impaired byexcess: BIFAITCMeihodist

SKTS business as may be placed with him, will :enericsettfully i; in\'iLe: thc Plai.leis: tO rail! and .('X.III.II i I lie a!>oomrs; (tor sale! Ins unuuj.roxed! l ,:, on the it nourishes, strengthens and ts it :-It is not Book Room, Mulberry st.

;i. clly be handed to Mr. Sibley U. S. District Attorney for themselves.I : c. I'. ci AIJAUC2Itf : //. I :00: ( toot 'r.tI, measuilag 11 tct fr-ntby lo back. too far tIJ add, that it SUPI'H actually prolongs 'lite. New York, May 20tb, J83' -.

(occupying part oftubscrifcer's office). who will I punc- I| Tallahassee, Dee 2C, IS3''; -ubhcri'-cr' will also dispute of his entire stock presuming This Pan'cea has been introduced I the public for To prevent imposition C Ilerstons namrI-

w tuallv :attend toilThe subscriber will attend theCoui'l { I in Trade, comprising :most general of )"A'n hand writing,will on th"i *tt
and the i assortmj-nt a short time, and has received more testimonials; in its appear
Courts
,- Apf.t-als Superior of JefTcrj j Jailor's :0hice. "'allcanti Siaple Owids, G met rues, Hardware, fivoiir for its efficacy, in so short a time, thananyolli.i..r ters, rost paid, directed to him, in Fredtrict
son, Lion, JatsJen. Fianklin and Jai-kbenCountits, ;' to Jail of I! (i &rHis Stock large and well .
but COI1ITTI'U tie county JelFerson roeryr. assorted medicine :,,-.-. .il.and ;Us name at homiaiio Md will be attended to
.: j no other Courts unlcs specially! iclained. I| itt) such goods as are well adapted to the er ever Foe Sale wholesale and retail .
': JAMES 1). AVESTCOTT, Jr. i county on 11) : I Iwo fugutive' slaves! viz: abroad, will induce hundrc :s, aye, thousands to pi.lv by
a negro man who says his. name: is and says market f'r it the true virtue thereof. E BARNARD 4Tallahassec CO. ni

; I TahlahassieJ.inuary25thi, 1837. he U-lan-r-s to George T. Ward of BOl"' eoiituy, |i'! For particulars authorised apply to R. J. Hackloy! or hugh h Notwithstanding treap attempts may be made to impairthe : Sept. 17th, 133G '6-eo.tyfc."

Drii?., lUcdicjllcs and Pcrf.imcry.IE alsoi nl'gr man who says ''Ii name is WESLKY Archer, my agent. confidence of the public in the efficacy and) i -- '
( I j Wiit. MANEIt. eurn-I The Sul.:crirnrrs"having associated if n
...;., 1' Subscriber lias just received a fresh supply and that! le belong.lo George Brown of | Tdkmlua.-ceePee.! *, lHr. Ifl-if Me po"erof this medicine, it will go on to in Mercantile business under (lie firm &f
of DRUGS, Patent MEDICINES, l'EHFU11 Sumptcr county Missis ippi., The ouncts arc I' -- disease, relieve the afflicted, and eai'.i for itself the oot..ll
en,Y, &.c. among which are the following articles : requested lo piove properly pay; charges: and take ,j- JAMKS; 11. COOK, opinion of thousands and lens of thousands. Aireathy IIY & H wes, beg leave to mforni thickiini I,.,

ti a. Carpenter's Extract of Dark, do. Pinkrrot, d". Sarsaparilla them axvav. S \V 13A Ji/ilNGTCN, Jailor (I ?so. 100 IJnoADxvAY, NEw VORK, it has earned for itself a name which dastardly- I I : public generally, that they are now oj
4- do. Buchcc ; Swaim's Panacea and Vcrmi.f \} Jan. 21 1837. 3-1 (Cm j tacks cannot reach ; that such is'the fact, the numberof J in the store foi .iierly occupied by the /lateS. l

% e, ftowand's Tonic Mixture, Chlorine Tooth ,I -,--- JJetwecn I Pine and Broad Street t, letteis in possession mnst fully satisfy ll.o most.in- Miller, on the west side Monroe 5W

AVash, Mandcr Sf AVeavcr's l English Calrmcl and. : For Kent.Iliston's I OFFERS f"r sate' a lul1 alK'' complete' o.tment of credulous-; arid were it necessary, there could be obtained PnosileAYashin2lon Square: in Lie City ._ ,

Blue !\Ja I, Butler's Magnesian Aperient, I 33- The Store formerly occupied by 11. Y. AVc.'l-' Cal.in.-t! l-'ur.iilnreconsistincof bidtboards with marand- numerous testimonials underthe sanctity of the al-assee, a general' assortment of DrJ ,

Indelbble Ink, Raspberry, Ginger, Lemon and Sars- 'j ford. at present by 11. llackley, Ksq. ns- an Aurti. ble tops, do plain; Dressing Bui oaux wiih luartlc: oaths of those who, after stutTering the most acute and Hard Ware and Groceries, when they w

; apurilla Syrups, Evans' English Lancets, best Spring Route and wellmown! as the I I I For plain UHM, Cenirc Tables Iwih s-fj-arfi and round' long protracted illness, have been entirely restored to sale on accomdatiug terms.

do. &c.&c. J. EDWIN STEWART, I! an aciivc is not Mlrp's XtlA-tGE any ., with Marble tops, Pier tables do. Dunntables in htaltn, but it does not enter into comprehension of U. McRAENY.-

Dec. 3J. ,_183C.__' Next door to the Post Office. tion in the buinesi city. Fol terms apply to iua- I sirs and sinKl, Breakfast tables of all size, Bureausdo. many, how his i possible botanic medicine to efiet HAWJ: Cr

: I .LR} ADY.l\IAI I Decl7lDKcwYorkA n. Y.: WELLI'Oltl I Sofn.1 of fell qualities, fJ. lli'lll.1 p..-ices, \la IOa-; snch wonders in the healing art, as experience has SAM. F. '
> E CLOTHING. I II)' Chairs from $3 to $!! > e.icli, Hlcloll" Chairs! ofsizes proved then competent to pciforni, but such arc the Tallahassee Feb. g5th 1S3 1. 2 9.tt'
I
I jlfWE have received a supply of clothing contuin- : St. Mat-ks line of Pack( I tveiy description\rroes! of all ipialuios and facts tha: they cannot be denied.

1 ing an assortment bothcoaisc and fine, which we Secretaries and Book Cases do. Ladies AVoik Tables! The above medicine can be obtained of G. H. &T. Cotton Gins.SIX .

; will sell at a .small advance on co
j' G H 4T E LINDENBERGER French Beadsleads, Marble do. Looking Glacscs a Florida, with proper directions for using it. 45u cxpcctct1 daily at St. :MarksUl .
December, 183C 20 fiill!1 of Hair Matlias Ce'ds .,
0 --_ as.ortnienl and Feather -- Lavina, for. sale at the manufactun
f.In I together with ever) article hccc5Miry furnif a TIN WAKE.THE T U.BISl4. .,

m mQ muw9 FIRST Rate Vessels I and experienced .'asters j honse. Terms liberal ( .Maich25ii! 1837, 3:1-301): ) ;:. subscriber will carry the Nov 12 1S35. I-Itt

M11tCHANTTAYLOR be employed in this line t-i sail fr.O either 'h ___ Tin Ware manufacturing busiveon-
ports-a vesseiwihl sail on the Hih( and t-'Jth (,f excrx" I I------ A CARD.atLty : ness, and vrill at all times Groceries Provisions cfc.FLOURBuuer 4c.
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Having just returned from New Yoik, has taken the month, and oftener, ,
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patronage itquire.AVM. hand either ctt
.; btore formerly R. in shoul a geni..ul assortment, Cheese, Siigw.CojW,
occupied by Halsey, Jcflerhonsortnient York ,
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-1 street! where he tit now opening a general ROB'T LYON, A PiAT'.Marks.leltt. a\1 : DSItI at wholesale or retail, on as reasonable terms acav > Herrings, Soap,R.iSln** '

Ready made clothing cvnmsting of every article in St. Marks, .qpril15( 18:57.:; Sr 3G-ly'r. COMMISSION J i3IER U IEfl.YT, : be sold in any Southern market- N. E. Hum, AV. I. Run, Whiskey
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f his line of businr, suitable to the season, which will No. 60 WATER ST. NEW YORK. Country merchants and others are invited to i call Spanish Brandy, Cogniac Brandy,.nL 1IO''robaceo. -.'
Ite nld on the Twenty-Five ; Shoes Hats \.I" '
z "- most accommodating terms Dollar. lc"I a'rd. :and satisfy themselves. Hardware, ,
Ho ling also on hand a splendid assortment of superfine STRAYED iiom the Livery Stable, Oilers his services to the me.chants of AvJBama, 'Vl\I. H. FRANCIS.Tallahassee Clothing; Saddlery, &e. -

:- cloths, Cass hnereB and Vesting*, recently im- hl Bay HORSE, lean 'alnl.asoe.i has Geoigm and Florida, in the'! : puichase of Goods Jan. I4a 1S37. 23t1 All of which) he o1fersat"whelesaJe' or rcI3P

I }porlrd, which he will sell by the yard or piece, and two white hind feet,and a while! ttar in his foreheadaidllorbc Wares and Merchandise. In the purchasing and ; warehouse of Teachy StManer, St.Msrk '

I I I which, can be made up for those who wish i, at the : went away ubout two months ngcj. $25 selecting of wh.ile storks of gootls or in assortingthem. FLORIDAJOHN CLAIlU8. Dec. 24, 1S3G..20 .J\Br..u
; thoilen notice, and in the most fashionable style. be given on Lis delivery ut Capt. ) Hax ing had.) long eXJ'erie nei,: in the purchasC P. DUVAL Tallahassee,, and Francis
wil Brown's
Intending to make Tallahassee his permanent retibusiness i iII n'm. CA lulel ing of goods for Alaba.i.a. Georgia and Florida, he ns, of Washington City,formerlr of the NOTICE.-The subscnbers have tk
deuce he U1IN. flatters himiclf that! orders tohitnwihlbe all claims ,occupied by Peter ,
hopes. by persevering application to Tallahasfee'March 25ih 1837, any Treasury Denarunent, will prosecute for
,_ II merit a chare of public patronage. with satisfaction! on the pan of those wlmomayfa. Ncroes and other Property destroyed or takea. off by At c.where horses will be Teceited at *TgJ

Tallahassee, Oct. 24th, 1836. 12 tf ALL persons h.lvingdail8 against the estate: of vor him with their business. the Indians, and for horsea. &.r. killed ttsaervjce or la sient custom particularly attended .
C. Fort, dec. arc required to presentthem Refer to Messrs. Oakford & AVhiteomb.: and Bald ken fortho Army. JOHN P. DUVAL,, Horses hired on.the shortest notice. II 4gl

1' : I AN OVERSEER WANTED. duly autbcntirated within the time prescribd win & Hawkins Nem York.-AVm. Maner, Tallahassee FRAN CIS A. DICKENs.Fcb.7,1837. .- teDtion paid thai,will render the presentment ,* '.'
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Apply to ROBERT J. HACKLEY, Esq. in Talla- by law, or tlu'y will be forever barredS.G.DECKCOM.- Flo,-AVm. G: Porter, Apalachicola, Flo.- 87-tf satisfactory. to the public. a c

}iaf.Ese. (March 18tn, 1837. 32-tf Craig & Daflin, St. JosephsFlo.-AVm.A MeKnvie N. B.-Lettersrostptuddirected to John P. PuvzJ! MICHAEL LED wrrH ;

March 25, 1637. 33 E w Irwinton Ala.-Prcstou & Nelms, Columous, Geo. j Tallahassce, Florida, -will be attended to. l Tallahassee Feb. 18 1837.
October 29 1"36
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