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

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'J,. 1lJ'&f1 tit FoCI [)o1l&n1lfpaad nserted.t One Dollar per square ThE FLORIDIAA. Dodson and Fogg, the learned Sergeant again ..o'f-f"' ;.. .It .. '. ." ..; V

t j" .'", l or les.'l for the first insertion, and Jiyiy turned towards Sam, and said with a painful ef V... '.. .. ... V ____

i-y .ititlvelll3es, subequeflt insertion.? Advertisements fort to conceal hbvexation, 'Now Mr. Weller, VV ".

.: ,,eats e fOhd. .with the number l forbid of and inseilions charged for-required, I'll ask you a question on another point if you e.
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: be j tIBU Edilor on business connected with "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." please.

:: 'tUer1t0 the ment. ust be pod pa d.F : V Ifyou please, Sir,' rejoined Sam, with the
blisb s.m1.t V V utmost humor.
g QmDaannr. 1L .c..tn.c.." mmi D'iJ1L a n. OU good
; Court of Leon a < WUl1aQe 'Do V .
the County county, l V Q Q you remember: going up to Mr. Bardell's: V .V V
I 11 1'0 September Term, 1S37.!: SKult house, one nigh in November last!'

1 Assumpsit: NEW SUMMER GOODS. ma CDm1LL UDW Q stated further that several eminent physicians 'Oh yes, werry well,'
r.4TJJCI ,V Damages f 200; subscriber has received
just a select
'S.WILL'0'; Flour, j attachment.. THE of goods suitable for the season, comprising assort- PRESENTIMENT.BY and surgeons had been to see the child, and 'Oh, you do remember that, Mr. Weller,'

TOWLE: ) Assumpsit: ; the following articles, viz: that it had been_ recommended by one, the eminent .said Sergeant Buzfuz, recovering his Spirits .
f'JE tlllCl > Damages $2OOWItUBM Bombazine, Thibet, and Merino\ Frock Coats; CULLEN BRIANT. Dr. W. that the tongue be extirpated. I thought we should get at something at last.' V ..
"Oh father let for
us hark1 ,
U FtKEi In attachment. Venetian do. Cass do.and Erminett do. Dress du; ./ fearful murmur shakes: the air; coincided in this opinion, and advised that the 'I rather thought that, too, Sir,' replied Sam;

W Is.s.a Jf WILSOlC Assumpsit: White and, brown, Linen Jackets Coatees; ; The clouds arc coming swift and darlc.! .- Doctor be called on to perform the operation.The and at this the spectators tittered again.

;, I In Damages attachment.t2Q0.Vi Plain and fancy Marseilles Vests What horrid shapes they wear father, Mr. W. is about 28 years old, and 'Well: 1 suppose you went up to have a littlo V

. ;FLAIr.. Stin faced do do; A winged giant sails the sky- the mother, I should judge, about 22. She is talk about this trial-eh, Mr. 1 Vellert'said Scr- .
"Defendant WILLIAM FLAKE and all other Oh father father let "
', Figured Silk and Satin do us fly !
; '",: interested, are hereby notified of the in- Plain do do do; very beautiful, has been married about five goant Buzfuz looking knowingly at the jury. .

" "n'nf;ons the above named suite, respectively,in the Bombazine and Valencia do; "Husli, child; it is a grateful sound, years, and this is the first and only child. I 'I went to pay the rent; but we did get a talk' .

;.t stltllUOCourL of Leon county, by process of attachThevare Black 8nake.!>kin Stocks, latest; style; That beating of a summer shower; have omitted names in this hasty sketch, at the in' about the trial,' replied Sam. V
County hereby required to appear and plead Satin and Here where the boughs; hang close around, I 'Oh
Bombazine do of the concerned.A did '
. ; request parties you get a talking about the trial 2
.*:?" jii.rationa filed in said cases,according to the Plaid Hair do We'll! n\ss a pleasant hour, said ,
*the in such case made and provided. White and blark do; Till the fresh wind thai brings the rain, Sergeant Buzfuz brightening up with anticipation :- lf V

'J (brmonnfsi"JAMES r A. BERTH ELOT, Linen and Cotton Shirts;; Has swept,the heaven clear again." PL.tIN SPOKEN WITNESS of some important discovery. 'Now, V

:r Attorney fir the Plaintiffs.it Fi'd and striped do; father let Breach Promise Case-BarJell vs. Pickwick.In what passed about the trial, will you have the l'.V 4VV
. 4G-3m. "Nay, us haste-for sec, 1
t. June 1837.; While and brown Cotton Drawers; That horrid!! thing with horned brow; the Pickwick papers there is an amusing goodness to tell us Mr.\ Weller.' V

-- LEON COUNTY: COURT. Hdkfs.Black and and fancy:Linen coloured Thread Silk Gloves Hose; His wirgs o'crhang this very tree, report of the trial of the above case-Sergeant |Vith all the pleasure:; in life, Sir, replied Sam VV V

t.: Jliswnpsit. Siimmms ad respon- White and brown Cotton do ; He scowls upon us now; Bu/.fuz and Messrs. Dodson and Fogg, counsel -'After a few unimportant obserwations from

.: WWAMdkLR }dendmn for 4500 damages. dt'tatkmtntfor Vigor.ia and Lambs'-wool do;; V Oh His huge black arm is lifted high" ,- for plaintiff, and Sergeant Snubbin for de- them two wirtuous females as has been exami.
father fut'.ier: let V
U. $134, iitutd June 17, us fly
FLAK'- 1537. Spitalfield and Pongee Silk Hdkts; fendant. We subjoin the examination of Sam ned here to day, the ladies gets into a werry
: defendant in said case, and all 1 others inte Black and fancy Silk Cravats'; "Hush, child;" but, ns the father spoke, Weller by plaintiff's counsel: great state o* admiration at the honoiable con'
THE of the institution of said Also, a few suits Youths' Clothing together: with Downward the livid fireboli came, duct o' Mr. Dodson and
take notice Buzfuz with them
trill Sergeant Focg-
now rose more genTmenas
the above articles Importance
I arc now offered for ale cheap for Close to his ear the thunder broke,- ,
: I _L and of:ihe issuing of the said writ of of attachment said Court as cash or approved credit. J. B. BULL) And, blasted by the flame, than he had yet exhibited, if that were possible is sittin' near you now.' This, of course drew
next term
, i faLi t, returnable plead' : to the Declaration filed in said; June 22, 1837. 46-tf The chill: I hy dead; while dark and still, and vociferated, "Call Samuel Weller. general attention to Dodson and Fogg, who

p. Liion udtoPPcaran according to the tatutes in such case: madefor SPRING & SU.71171 EH GOODS. Swept the swift cloud along the hill\ I It was quite unnecessary to call SamuelVel' looked as virtuous as possible.'Theattornies .

( 4pTOVidCd.; THE Subscriber has just received from New ler, f for Samuel Weller stepped briskly into the for the plaintifF,' said Mr. Ser-

Ciuni. S. SIBLET, } All's Pl'fl. a full assortment Bombazines, Mantua SERPENT-TOXGUED INFANT. box"the instant his name was pronounced, and geant Buzfuz, 'well they spoke in high praiso

, J. D. WnsTcorr, Jr. : Thibet and !Merino\ Cloths, Black, Green and Dahlia TIVERTON, (R. I. ) May: 22, 1837. placing his hat on the HOOf, and his arms on the of the honorable conduct Messrs Dodson and V
Dated June 1", 1837. 46-3m I Cashmenetts, and Summer Cloths of variety of co- To the Printer of the Fall lliccr Patriot:
lours for Dress and Frock Coats. Ztbra Plaid and rail, took a bird's eye view: of the bar, and a Fopg, the Attornics for the plaintiff, did they, .

, 1 MIDDLE DISTRICT-LEON SUPERIOR White Cambric Drills, London ribbed!, Satin faced, Sir-I embrace the cailicst opportunity to comprekcnsive; survey of the bench will a remarkable 'Yes,' saidSam, 'they said whata werry gen-

. .. COURT. Summons ad 'Striped and Plain Checks and Cantoons White. make you acquainted with such of the facts as cheerful and lively aspect. erous thing it was o' them to have taken up the V

; |I Jiciitli Hit WARD 1\\tf01ldtndltm 1iiv.mpsit. for 3500)( damage re- bawn Linen, Satin faced welting &c. for Pants, a have come to my knowledge relative to the 'What's: your name, Sir?' enquired the Judge. case on spec, and to charge nothing at all for V !
! of Linen Shirts Collars "
I Vestings and
*! Jillatkmfnl S'S2 issued great "serpent-tongued infant, of which: we had cas- costs! unless
FLAKE.; | f"r Bosoms. A general assortment of Hosiery, 4c. Also 'Sam Weller, my Lord, replied that gentleman. they got them out 'o' Mr. Pick V
!:' Wn.I.t1)1 } June 17, 1837. an extensive assortment of ually heard just previous to my departure for wick.' ''V ;
defendant in said case: .nd all others intc- Block before '
. THE.cd, will take notice of the ins'i'utionuf said Ready Made Clothing;: Quite unexpectedly, day T- >,"' !. it with a 'V' or a 'W?' en lui- At this very unexpected reply, the spectators .. ,:..
r I and of the issuingofsaid writ of att\chment as 'Jmong which are upwards of two hundred Bomba- yesterday, I found myself in the very neighbourhood rer'i.' ; ; tittered again, and Dodson and Fozg:

:, ifctiaid nit,, retuinable to the next term of said Court; zin, Thibet, Merino, Crape, Camblet, White and of this strange and wayward production of 'V : '."pi ,'Ij"i V pon the taste and fancy of ning very red, leant over to Sergeant Buzfuz tur'V, :
Brown Linen Dress and Frock Coats Roundabouts
I u4to appear and plead to the declaration filed in nature. My curiosity you may well suppose .... and in a hurried V
Pants and vests of every descripli', made in the the. 'r. ti.. I L..d!, replied} Sam, 'I never manner whispered something V
laid action according to the statute in such:: case intense
: was greatly excited, and 1 confess 1 felt an in his; :
fashionable which he is hat'- twice
:11 than
and most manner, disposcd tei : fxj: : to ; "< it more once or t V
["de provided.ClUHLl S S.BLF.T, ) I i 1 sell very reasonable for cash or approved credit. anxiety to examine for myself an object in V' : ii\.' I '. ills it with a *V.i. .' 'You are ltlite] right,' said Sergeant Buzfuz' ,

f J. D. n'tsTcorr, Jr. \ Atl'vfir P1'ff. J. J.BIRGE. which began to excite so much interest in the .' \ V the gallery exclaimed aloud, aloud, with affected: composure. 'It's perfectly V

Dated June 17,1837. 4G-m: Country will film4 merchants it to their and interest others to wishing call at the to abovt purchase neighbourhood ofitsoccurrcucc. Mr. 'i.'-, *-: Imivel: quite right-Put it useles, my Lord, attempting to get at any e\-

!i1ODLE DISTRICT-LEON Ul'BHlOlt establishment. Tallahassee, April i-9, 1837.-38t! a worthy old gentleman in the vicinity, a former doV ,1.1 -rd, put it down a we.' idence through the impenetrable stupidity of' V ,

,. COURT. NEW SPitiNG GOODS. acquaintance of mine, with whom I acci- ,\ ..? is that dares to address the Couri said this witness. I will not trouble the court by V V ..

t. H BEHRT, 1 .Itsumpsit., S.immniit ad regpondemtum dentally met, kindly offered to accompany me the little Judge looking upUsher' askinghmiinanyniorcquestions.starddovnsirt.! ... ... V
rca? [ ( f.r ::;00 damages.rs. received from New-York and Baltimore a V. -
, f.lltachment for 5JI3:;, issued JUST and handsome assortment of fancy & staple to Mr. Ws the father of the unfortunate child. 'Yes my Lord.' ,y ould any other gen'l'man like to ask me .V: -

. ItiLLiAM FLAKE. J I Jel1u 17, I 1E37.I diygoods. ready made Clothing. Hats, Hardware: We reached there about !9 )clock this morn' 'Bring that person here instantly.' thin'inquired Sam, taking up his hat and .1ro V'> _

defendant In sid case, and! all others inte- etc. viz ing, and were received! very courteously by Mr. 'Yes Lord.' looking round most deliberately.
THE tftl will take not ice of the institution of said Black Grode Nap, Swiss. anJ Lu'estiing Silk, my '
:; V
r. ,V. and his interesting young wife. After an But the usher did'nt find the he ot I, Mr. Weller, thank von, said Ser.
;'. 1 1I1 ,and olthe issuing: of said writ attachment as Lyon?!:. c.-Super Primed, French & Jaconet Mus as person, I
.. ititsitul l, returnable: to the next term of said Cour; Tins.Grode agreeable introduction, my aged friend stated did'nt bring him; and after a great commotion, geant Snubbin, laughing.'You ,

1 tudtoappc >r and plead to the declaration filed in Raid Nap. Scotch, Stripe Plaid and check Ging the object of our visit, and the desire I had manifested all the people 110 had got up to look for the may go down, Sir, said Sergeant Buz-

yjon, according to the!> statu'es! in such case made hams. to see their nnforiunatc, little child, of cu'prit!' sat down again. The little Judge turned fiiz waving his hand impatiently-Sam went
isdp ovii'.td.!! Super'renrh, Figured, Fancy and other Print whom I had just heard. Mr. AV. informed us down accordingly, after doing Messrs. Dodson
the witness
ClUtlLF.S 3. SlBI.ET Lisle Lace: Lisle inserting, Caps and Collars. to as; soon as indignation
'I l I
;4;. J. D. WESTCOTT.(. j At" for Pl'T Ladies Figured Satin and Gauze Hdkfs. that for several weeks he had, in almost every uoald} allow him to speak, and said- and Fogg's case as much harm as' he conveniently

., Dated June 17, IS37. 46.3m Fancy Brunswick Scarfs and Paris Collars. instance, declined admitting strangers, as he 'Do you know who: that was sir could, and saying just as little respecting t .

't Lwdics and Gentlemen's horse kin Gloves. thought their presence had an unfavorable effect 'I raythcr it father Lord Mr. Pickwick as might be, which was precise I
suspect was my ,my ,
H1DDLE DlaT: -FIL.1NKL1N SUP'll. COURT.I Curls, Bend Bags Cambric Hdkfs.
H : upon the child, hut as I had come consid- replied Sam. ly the object he had in view all along. V
While and Black Silk Hose.
.4 I JOEL P. WHITF\ | Jttumptit. ..WndlfIlC7IrlrIi' Napo'eon, White Satin, Satin Fretd, and BrownDrillings. erable distance out of my way, he was disposedto 'Do you see him here now?' said the Judge. )

. i JOKVAGRANT'tfldCi& .ill3D[ ..\ renbcr damages Term, 1S37.Returnable! to gratify my wish, tho more especially as lie 'No I don't my Lord,' replied Sam; staring The drop of water the brook, the river and I .

':t | : WHEATOJI. J J Shirt India Collars, :, Bosoms, and Satin Stocks. thought 1 might give him some advice in rela- right up into the lantern in the roof of the Court. the ocean,-A drop of water that sparkled like

, mHEdefcndanul a.ndall others intcrcsledwill lake Cotton Rubber balls, Spool and Cotton Thread Suspenders.and Cotton Ildkfs. tion to the course he ought in future to pursue. 'If)'oucouhl have pointed him out, I would I jewel in thesimonrp fell from the clouds in. IV; V

ID J. notice of the institution of said suit, ad of the Cottonade\ Chambray, Sheetings and Shirting, etc. We were then invited into an adjoining room, have committed him instantly,' said the Judge. to a little mountain stream, and ere it lost its i- I -V
. I Bsumj;of slid w1' attachment\ this day ; and to in of which beheld tied in small exclaimed in all the of desolation
READY-MADE CLOTHING. one corner we a Sam bowed his and turned dentity, anguish ;
I and to the declaration filed in saiJ case, acknowledgements,
S appear plead Consisting every variety of Fancy and Plain Pan chair the most horribly emaciated little child, "alas what I swallowed /
, I wording;to the statute in such case made! $ pros iJcd., Summer Coats and Vests. with unimpaired cheerfulness of countenance a catastrophe am -
taloons. Jackets
Date June 17th. 1837. Round SILK AND, FUR HATS. apparently about two years old. I am aware towards Scrgcai.t; Buzfuz. in immensity.: The little stream laughed, ; 1 1V

((46)) CHARLES S. SIBLEV, Atl'y of Pliflf. White and Black, broad ana narrow brims--Fashionable : that I shall totally fail in giving you any thing 'Now sir,' replied Sam. as it leaped down the mountain side, at tho lamentation

Palm Leaf Hats lined and shaded. like an adequate idea of the miserable object of such an insignificant thing as a
, KlDDLE DlST :FRANKLIN SU1MR: COURT. 'I believe) YOU are in the service of Mr. Pick-

: jRLU M. 1IIDE,") GROCERIES.too uumerous to men I before u... Imagine! you can, an infant, or wick, the defendant in this case. Speak tip, drop of water, and vain of its consequence, continued i V V

. T8 1{ .Isiunipsi'. Jttacfuncnt for tion.Consistinofevery All! of which we variety oner, to the city or ountry 1, mere child. ,'of about the age above supposed, if you please, Mr. Weller.' travelling its chrystal way in all the prido
:lI17A GRANT and W2Q damages. Jlftiirmble t<) reduced to a skeleton, hairless, and covered and conscious until V
Hade, at wholesale or retail, on very reasonatlc very 'I mean to speak up sir, replied Sam.--'I am superiority, at length with V
I' Cus. AVHEATON. J AvrtmberTerm all 18:17.THE : take terms. G- H. & T. E. LINDEN BEilGER. with a parched and .shrivelled skin, dark and in the I: service o' that 'ere gCIl'1'mell and a worry a sudden plunge, it fell headlong into a mighty V
i defendants: otImrsintcrcstedwil1 Tallah-) -see, April 13th 1817. 3G-tf( unclastic the corresponding structure in the river and like the of
as in
I_ of the institution of waid suit! and of the -- rood, service it is. drop water, was a
, mimgof siid: writ of attachment this day! ; and to Mansion House. withered octogenarian. Its little rod, fiery eyes 'Little to do, and plenty to get, I suppose!' moment, crying out in its last agonies, "0 fate! VV

ippur and plead to the declaration filed in the said following: has been established as rolling restlessly in the deep recesses of its f les! >h- said} Sergeant; Buzfuz with jocularity. who could have thought brook of my size could V : V

w.,&tcorJ1D to the Maiute in such case made and! Au THE RATES OF BOARD at the b T. JOISliPllMANSION less sockets, sent forth horrid flashes of indignation 'Oh sir the II. be swallowed up so easily." V V
I Dated June 17th, 1837.-46-tf quite enough get, as soldier V
: HOUSE : when the door of its was thrown The river
apartment murmured its for the lit-
CHARLES S. SI LEY, Atl'y ofPltflT.UlDDLEDIST said, von they: ordered him three hundred and contempt .
Board and Lodging, per month, $45. open. The little sufferer opened his mouth, fiftv' lashes,' replied Sam.' I tic fooish! stream, and continued its course, I t ,
:-FitAMLLIN SUP'R COURT single day 2 50. and in the of its and for a and
week 11. place tongue You must not tell us what the soldier or any I gathering strength pride breaking through V V V

Jci O. McCAVLET for Innssumpsitsuinmo'svs j(1000( dan\ages-at. without Lodging per per month, $30. a serpent's head and neck wore thrust out, vibrating other man said, sir,' interposed the Judge, 'it's mountains, tearing rocks from their seats, and V

I Dinners month V 820. and hissing with an intensity peculiarto I sweeping thro' lowlands till it found out its
;1.u Y. SMITH. JAMES tscliment for $55C 65, issued per not cv 'lence.! way V
Eni.sc 29 1837 Re for visitors or guests 91.Brcikfast tile venomous varieties of that repulsive to the vast and in whose I
;:, 4- FREDERICK May more '"'err)' good, my Lord, replied Sam. melancholy ocean, ; .

I J Uamer r.EECKWITIIowaersof Trader. I I Term luriiaLlc 1837.I to. ember Lodging and supper, each:50 75> cents.cents.> ff species of animated natUre*++ : I could not '])0 you recollect any thing particular hatipeninir boundless: waste it lost its being, like the drop of : j.. I
Free ) *-* |
for several minutes muster suuicient courage to water in the little stream.
Board lor servants month, $20. the when first V
per on morning were engaged -
I in said suit and all others inter-
rUE defendants ROBERT ARMSTRONG. the of curiosity. I was fix- "Is it cxchirr.ed the river
teJ, will take notice of ihe institution thereof; approach object my by the defendant, ch, Mr. Weller] said possible. mighty V >
liJof the issuing of said attachment,. returnible to St. Joseph, M:1Y: 1, 1837. 45-5w ed to the spot \vfiich I at first occupied, while Scrtrcarmt Buzfuz. that I have been collecting tribute from a world ,'> V

ft [et November Term of said court ; end that they TO BRICK MAKERS. the serpent-headed tongue continued to dart 'Yes 1 do :Sir; replied Sam. to be swallowed up at last. I ,
pear and plead to the declaration filed in the said forth and recede with the quickness of thought 'Tis thus with thee 0 Thou V .,
; man beginnest
'Have the
[we, occording to the statute in such case made and will be received until the 1st of goodness to the Jury what il
t provided. CHARLES S SIBLEY ) PROPOSALS, for the supply, at: Chattahooche; its little forked and fiery tongue at the same was.' in insignificance, like the drop of water; thou be' I I ;-

J. D. WESTCOT, Jr.Pitif's j S :1.tty (Florida) of time playing about the lips and nostrils of tIle 'I had a rog'lar new fit out o' clothes that comest a laughing, leaping, travelling thing, like I I l V .V V

Ds.etl May <83th< IS37. 4G.3tn (MXDalXDD; :233II(3ais3: ( child, equalling velocity the lightning's flash! morn,' genTmen of the jury,' said Sam, 'and the brook; 0, thou waxest proud and great '" f V

UWDLE; DIS'l"ll.KLlN. SUP'R COURT. in complete the: U. S. Arsenal at that place. These Mr.\ W. tho father, gradually approached that was a particular and uncommon circumstance like the mighty river; and all thou sayest in the V V

M Jour;!MILLER\ plaintiff, In assumpsilSum'ons bricks, when must burned be cast,in eight moulds inches of such by four size as inches to measure by- the child, all the time speaking very soothinglyto with me in those days.' I II vanity of thin heart, ""'hat an illustrious mor- V
) for SCOO(; damages ntiach't it and in few minutes succeeded in producing I. tal I am!" as thou art swallowed'up in eternity.
4 I, \s } ; two awl a quaiter inches, and must be straight and a Hereupon there was a general laugh; and the 1
,.;; torn WILLIAMS, I for 4303, issued May 29-, hard; no sort, nor crooked,nor broken brick?, will be quiet-the head\ receded, the lips closed flyer little looking with _ _ V I V
, | defendant. retable to Nov.Term 37 Judge angry countenance, of the
I admissible.At it and infant exhibited the aspect only of The surviving officers and men Euphrates V
r THE defendant and oil others interested: will take least 100 000 must be delivered by the 30th of emaciation. But the moment I moved over his desk, saul, You had better be careful, expedition have arrived home in Eng- V V
: of the instiiutir.i of said suit, and of the I September, and the remainder in the course of the extreme Sir.' has
| nmof said writofattachmentthlsday ; and toTpear fall, at such periods as may suit the convenience of towards the child, even but a single step, 'So Mr. Pickwick said at the time, my Lord,' land. Col. Chesney, undismayed, gone to V ,

and plead to the declaration filed in the :aid I the contractor: provided, there be always on hand the the mouth would open, the head suddenly dart Sam, 'and I was careful o' that Bombay ta persuade the government there to
lit OK according to the statute in such case made and tupply requisite f->r the progress of the work. forth, and the same dreadful spectacle 1 have wcrry adopt his plan. V --
J I grided. Before forming the contract, a fair sample of the 'ere suit 0' clothes; werry careful, indeed( my V
JAS. D. WESTCOTT, Jr. Att'y for Plt'ff. : bricks will be required to be deposited at the Arsenal, already perfectly described would bo again pre. Lord.' Insect Propagation. fly lays four times V

Dated May 29th, 1837. 46-3m which, satisfactory, will\ govern in the inspection sented. The father, however, beckoned me to i The Judge] looked sternly at Sam for full during the summer, each time eighty eggs, which .. V
.... ... .,. ..... .. I. V
---- - -- -- of he several deliveries. approach, which 1 did; hut never shall forget minutes but Sam's features makes 320! and it is computed that the produceof -
two wero so I V
11lDDLE DISTRICT-LEON SUPERIORCOURT. Payment will be made, if necessary, on each lot of which from the V
and received. the tremendous hissing came calm and serene that he said nothing! and single fly, in the course of the summer, a-

r..c1.N. : 1I.Cuaiir.sAssumnpsil.. Summons ad re span- 100,000 Address duly all inspected communications on the subject to the serpent-headed tongue of the little sufferer. It motioned Sergeant Buzfuz to proceed. mounts to 3O, 0,320. i V

i 1 dendumfor $ O00 damage .11. subscriber. JOHN WILLIAMSON U. S. A. was several minutes before quietude could be P&c
Jamaica files learn that the Small
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,. 'Do mean to tell me, Mr. Weller, said By j jI
lYfK.t.k. FLue.f4Gamtnl for 91031.25. tssucu 4G-tl8A Superintending the Arsenal. and even then the slightest motion on
I 'ILUAM produced,
? has made dreadful in Trinidad Grenada
his I
1 J June 17, I8J7. Sergeant IJ'i.fufolding arms emphatically I ravages
m HE defendant: in said case, and all ohers: inte- NOTICE. my part would cause an instantaneous prolusion and turning round. to the jury, as if in mute assurance I St. Vincent and Tobago. In Barbadoes l,

V* I l'rested, will take notice of the institution of I indebted to the late firm of Kerr and of the unsightly organ, accompanied by a that he would bother the witness it had declined, also in British iuiana. I .
4 inn, and of the issuing of said writ of attach. I .4LL persons hissing sound, more or less intense according to ______
, m "m M aforesaid, returnable to the next term of said will make immediate payment to JamesA be the fears of the little child-I had several fair 'Do you mean to tell me, Mr. AVeller, that you The frigate United States, Capt.Williamson, '

. Court. ; and to appear :and plead to the declaration Berthelott Esqr. as further will indulgence be in cannot uit iiidivcriminaely. member saw nothing of this: fainting on tile part of the 10 days from Port Mahon and 2 from Malaga, -
tc4: granted, otherwuc the same put seeing the strange and
. in said action according to the statutes: in such P. KERR, opportunities of plaintiff in the arms of the defendant, which you I was at Gibraltar on the 11 ill tilt; all well. k
. Qx it. .
I made and provided. will endeavor to give you a description
43-3mt witnesses! V
DANL I) STURGES. heard desciibed the
L CHARLES S. SJJILET, ) Au's for, p..ff. Its color is dark copper, and in places inclini- have by Sharp.-George Colman being once askedif V
J, D. WtrrcoTT, Jr. I S NOTICE. ning to streaks of gtcon. Its eyes arc jet black, "Certainly! not,' replied Sam, 'I was in the he knew Theodore Hook "0 yes," was his _L JV

.. ?1ated June 17, 1837. 46.3m SIX months after date I hall exhibit my accounts and when the light strikes them favorably, no passage 'till they called me up, and then the old reply, "Hook and I (eye) are old associates': ." f V V 1 : V
vouchers to the Hon. Judge of the Guar '
lady; not
Charles S. Sibley dians' Court, as Administrator, for letters of dismission diamond, ever sent forth more brilliant scintil' 'No"atlendllr."reller was said Bir/- n"hcat.-The Baltimore American of Wednesday -

t, *. from the administration of the estate of Alfred lations oflight! A bright yellow ring encircles Sergeant that "inmortations foreign wheat t V
says [
Attorney Middle District of Flo.bOtrs in the inkstand before
dec'd. fuz dipping a large
Wilks JOHN M'.MELLAN. pen
the neck and really has much the ,
jP )his professional! services na Attorney and June 1, 1837. 46 appearanceof him for the purpose frightening Sam, with a have not yet cease A cargo arrived at this r C
: '""" \\ot the collection of debta gold. The mouth of this serpent-headed and another to The
Ll Law, in elc in his 'You port yesterday, day. quan-
show ef taking down answer. were i
Middl5p. \ 4a. Hew attend all the Courts in this i.WlalrlrJ. NOTICE. tongue is quite large, and was always slightly tity here before was very great, much beyond t I
.. o Ree next door to the residence. of J. D. THE subscribers having lormed a cop rtnership, when the head was protuded beyond the in the passage,and yet saw nothing of what was the demand. \ V
hereafter conduct the Drug business in the pen
of Mr.
Jr. forward. Have a pair eyes V
taq ( Its little forked as I have alreadysaid going you t
Ta1Iaha STEWART & BERNARD. For the lips. tongue
... ; 25th 1637. 25-tf name present Plant. There is inhabiting V
Jarmuary Wcllert Extraordinary a plant 4 -
they will continue their shops! in the places they incessantly in motion. AVc stayed in C
Law Notice. I respectively occupy. They will keep full assortments the 30 minutes, during the latter 'Yes, I have a pair of eyes,' replied Sam, the vast prairies North America, the .. _

: ..ICM'' : >e subscriber's Office is next door to his resi"T of Medicines, Drug Chemicals, Patent Medicines: room of which just time the child became very quiet 'and that's just it. If they were a pair 0' patent of the leaves being armed with teeth, which ... Vends V

i :? .of Adorns &. Clinton Streets. Desirous &c., and pledge themselves to sell nothing" but genu part double million magnifying gas micropes of hex- have the power closing up on being irritatedby
deto&ing J. EDWIN STEWART M. D. and took freely of milk, its usual food. The V
"mwlf to the business inc articles. ,
: principally entrnsM -
WtOmin- ) M CODKSEL A.NP AOTOCATE, suc: \ AtTOR. 47-tf EDWARD BARNARD, Jr. father told me that ho had known the tongue to I tra power p'raps I might be able to see through any substancc'as, for instance a fly; indeed "".) .
'ess M be with him will a flight o' stairs and u deal door, but bein' only these seem to be the natural food of the plant. ># V.
when it fastened
''' may placed gener- IIEJVBF W. IIILLJAKD, bite several times, and once t V
; kanded. to Mr. U. 8. District vision's limited. A French philosopher engaged in the investigation .
\\tt: Sibley, Attorney of his fingers, much swelling and sore' eyes you see my ::
-,,. lrln{part subscriber's office). who ' tc'l'Uerad| to itThe subscriber will attend the 4ND COUNSELLOR AT LA Wt ness followed; indeod ho was only bya the slightest irritation, and with in situations where they could not ,pet: any insects ... : VI
'Esls: and the Superior Courts of Jeffer- practise in Montgomery, Ala:, and the copious bleeding. lie informed me also that appearance and and fade He also fed VI
WILL gradually
Frankhn and Jacksen Counties, counties-in the Superior Courts of tho child eat voraciously of milk, and some- the most complete simplicity cquanimityofmanner I they V
b0thcr Courts unles specially retained. Alabama, and the Circuit Court of the United States, times other kinds offood, but it preferred the tho spectators tittered, the little Judge I some of them with beef scrapings, and thcso V VI

. TalJal JAMES D. WESTCOTT, Jr. at Mobile. smiled, and Sergeant IJtizfnz looked particu- I plants! throve well. V
', January 25th, 1837. June 20, 1837- 16-lf former. The child is of the sex. He V i V V \

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teen submitted to the public. We have heard some That the Jamaica Regiment had arrived on the I The intention of the act of 14th of.July, 1832 ward Cook's upper hummock, "n the Ste

extension of lime.wherein bHlche". Continuing down the ,'
cnti ruining accounts f ths effects of some of Gent r.11 l lGaiiuV Island, and that the Bahama Regiment were being to grant an river' "

THE FLORIDIAN. : missives. Si me rompirisons bciwon the also ordered there. Our informant did not| establish and pay for their valid claims, to those about right; i-r'nine" head of cattle bcfore
settlers and cultivators in the reached Old ( ..wn. After "
piedcccssors of each of the in lividua's above named know what credit to attach to tho report. At who, although wn reacbrd (

AL nL.A WAS) m1b and themselves were not very flittering to the liner all events, it is! well enough that the American \ mode and at the time contemplated by the original I Town, which was hale in lh, evening nr d4

should be act, were nevertheless debarred from 2d July we discovered M-veral Indian!
JULY 151fi37.. and we have h- and commuiucntions wrre directed I people and American Statesmen on m

SATURDAY by[ hc Pirsid< nt to he r. t-'rnttl to Aim, as "unfit to be the alert in regard to this momentous question.The I receiving its benefits by reason of the surveys, I cassin Inn k.s shout the landi-g: ; and 'halll
of which were in of execution within the one of the guard, on his post, tied I"
\Ve are authorized and requested! to present placed[ or the files of the d'par;ment.tIIt policy of England is to get possession I -hal

candidate to is to be ngretted that Gen G"mcs suffered the all the maratime strong holds throughout the legal term, not being officially returned and filed supposed lo be an Indian, nnd h..ard hitJltolte
conduct of l Iii, enemies to provoke him to measures of world, and Cuba would be to her in the Gulf,of l in tho district land office until after tho expiration to the river. The next morning his track T

represent the pe.pe! of Leon county in the next cleftncc ard retail.,tion, which: were indiscreet, and Mexico, what Gibralter is to the Mediterranean. of such term, it has been determinedto seen at ihe water's edge. On the mornin !.l

Legislative: \ Cojncil.; also unworthy of him. It is to be lamented that he If Government permits Great Britain to be but a fair, plain, and satisfactory interpre- ihe 3d, Capl. Bradley rnurchtd toward* *4

should havo deemed It proper to announce in his order j take this Island it would be better for us to tation of the law, that the same remedial ben- Jennie i,' pluce, about three md,,s (Ttn Q
We are authorized and requested tit t announce General efits bo revived and extended to Town, and found fresh signs of
turning over tve command of the army to throw our sovereignty and go back to a state arc designed to pnnrysot4
Major JAMES STEWART, as a candidate to represent fact that he had up those who under similar circumstances trail lending towards Sleenehutrhce
Clinch what proved to be incorrect in of colonial dependence. We shall await with precisely t.""

the people of Leon county in the next Legis 1 sub.lu"d the fond fo.ced him to a ie for peve.: "- much anxiety the confirmation of the report. were unable to avail themselves of the act Jackson's Ir.iil. We pur.-ut-d thee siryt

lativc'Council.We The display rf h'u icpucnncc to yield the command: of 29th of May, IS'O, revived by that of the few miles upon forced. nidu-h. and dltto; ,.

to Scott, Jr. cflmp'iance with the order of the War Department l\hxlco.-A !Kttcr published in the New Orleans 19th of junc,183.4. the I poneyn, t.vo in number abuu' four hllndre

are authorized and requ( tc.J to announce nnd his evasion of that duty by substitution Bulletin received nt the Merchant Exchange in that Under this construction'of the law, an actu- yards fiorn the trail. A charge was ore! :

Col. JAMES L. PARISH as a candidate to represent> Clinch, was unl cc >ming, insulxinlinite, nnd withal city! s-.V.is that the Mexican Congress has issued the al settler or occupant of a quarter section fractional mind upon roming up t the poneys vvrreunp.-)'

the county of Jefferson! in the next Legislative rather a small mailer. The inter at !?cntt rontained following decree in iea ion to he diffi uliies existii g quarter section, or of a fractional sectionnot ed, ho bled, and feeding, and nn Indian

Council. I in the same oilier above alluded! t", as "the dinlnmatic, : between that iroventmont and the United States: I exceeding one hundred and sixty acres, or lying ;it ihe root sun pine, by his packs 1tJ 8

agent I'flhe ""'Department," wos illller.rol\'I,anti an Act. 1. The Government is h-reby authori- i of two adjacent and contiguous legal subdivisions heard ihe horses cmiiii up. and arne

ttP: : Our city was never more hc'ulihy than: at the ill ex unj.le to his juniors. Ilia fiends should have zed to compromise the claims, which the Govi I of a fractional section, (which subdivisions made (for the hammock, whith was almntfort

present time; and thnulJ it continue so, we may congratulate advised i snpf>ress'on. Hh harsh, Mdzni.icd; and i crnment of the United States has instituted, or are designed by the law to conform to the quan- yards Ironi him; eight; or ten gnus were &r ,

: oursches that kind Incidence has t denunciations of those opposed! to him, hereafter institute and those in which they as
a grnote often coarse i may titv of half quarter sections as nearly practicable nt him. but he escaped! into the harati

us a return of such seasons: as characterized the early (especially Gen. Scott,) on all oec.iions-his! public I I cannot agree, may be submitted to the decision ,) who cultivated the same in the year 1833 where he was pur,,:iej aid 'tt't'lIly -mcrf dlt

settlement of this plaend which have been continued conversations, and ne\"*pipr: publications exhibitingthe of a friendly power, the United States of America and had possession thereof on the (19th of June, men who staled that he was wounded in 4

until within a few : We have been informed I same feeling aid: temper, cannot be tttijieil.: The thereto. enabled make
years past. agreeing 1834, and who was not to proof h,.. k, and bleeding Ireely. 'fhe<
that there is not a single case of fever in the most his friends can do is to present the conduct of his Art. 3d.. The Government is further hereby and enter the same prior to the 19th of June, and on enieririi.lo the Ir.1I1 pnurystztnkrn. ur..rt:

city at the present, and tint there has scarcely been cncmie,which provoked the indiscretion*, in exen"a.I authorized, that in case the United tales of A- 1836, (the term limited by the act of 19lh of therein!! frevh of
thus far the of them. P ut, with all drawbacks and exceptions, the satisfaction ippiirc.l rj-ns: p 'ornery >\
during summer.
one, Ln I tnerica should refuse to give I June, 1834,) in consequence of the survey of lollttrd ih* road or trail until
of General Gaines. He tin ttrrear..
we feel proud,ns an American, which have a right to demand, .
on our part we I the not made and
township being completed,
On last The he I he tr Iii made hy Major Sit'wart.b"rf
GCN-CHIL JAII. DELIVFRT.- Wednesday is \.Ju\'c-he\ is patriotic-hI'! is honest. glary !
according to the treaty, or in case the open aggressions and the official thereof returned to and filed .
aliout one o'clock P.I.! ., four priso .ers confined in has,achieved for our country and himself djring his plat cr"sse(! lhi- Large uninock in Hit sllin.! ,, i
should contiliue which have been commenced
Quinsy jail on charge;; of: gross oflVnccs! succeeded! in long and faithful scrvi-es in hernrmies, and espcciillyon : in the district land office on or prior to the the time hi took tin Indian piis".niMs. 11.
the of
breaking jail and ctlcdins; their: escape. Court was the northern frontier in the late war with: Great i to close our parts to commerce 19ih of June, 1836, may be permitted to file! near where this trail left lh* olh. tr\II.I..

in session at the time. A reward of S300 is offered Britain, p!.,ces him 'ih en the list of American heroes I said nation, to prohibit the introduction and the proof of his or her right of pre-emption thereto, more I Indians w..r,, di-covi-rnl ;ml..ntandv'!

by the Governor for their apprehension. and p.itr't'e! will, in !such a citizen, ov:rl.k I UNO of its manufactures, to point out a period to on the terms and in the mode prescribed by the charyi-d npo.i by thepy p'lard. hut '1'111'-It:

---- much and, we will forgive much that w<; cannot ovf'r- consume or report those already in the country, I act f 19th of June, 1834, at any time within the hiie hainiiiock (helor- they -ou'U I bemrl1|
H'e have received no further news from the ; I and to adopt all the necessary means to effect after the of the of such
army ati one plats
We repel as slanderous the imptt ms !sent: year survey cept''d, I. avng, 1..111' II IJ'.ir: ;pa.ic.( hu'h"130

since our last. Captain !Shaw: with a fine company of rf his enemies have attempted to cast u,'on him. "fir I sJi.n measures and the safety of the Republic. lands shall have been filed in your office, as con' rained j-rkdbef. \\ e I then proceededSievvarl's .

Gadsdcn troops left on Monday last f.r Tan Pedro not havingn-ade a sortie at Fort; Iz nl. The calumny, / -CoMMCMCATEU.--;--- templated by the act of 14th of July, 1S3:;. : Ir..,' thrHlIh: lh- Ldfl.ap.'k auntgettitug
and the fionticr. The Lenn company will mirth in a to affect him inuslaKo reach I the gall tot and ac.comcnmplished Chicalry-lfHiior-Courage. have heardan To entitle the settler to the benefits of tfio- : through: dinv.Ted.'. in ;. I ing,. >

fow days for the same (!ici.inaii: and, with the remainder Smith Lawson HitcU law it is that the of the town- : prlIl:
T"'ig'i. requisite
incident recently of two gentlemen of honor a niiinlier nf insi1.li! i_ii->. ,111.1 S""II :tf.errnll ;
cf the 1 hte draft, added to the f rte ah'r ndy in
Ihal should have beenin
nt cr'I his claim lies
cork, andothetshiscnmpaninnsinarms confined in the Jail ofan .adjoining county, 1 for ship, wherein !( riin;: II"m the' esigr: nf thrbimmnei.Iv
the field,will, it is IJrlic\cd, tender sutlicicnt protection is its sufficient /filiation. the field during the '
-to mention whose names alone of execution in !
that the process I'Mle "a T. whi h could
murder strongly excmplililes high sense : a i.ot t tie n'1I111i
to the fionticr sctllciicnts,unless the: main body ol the lie investie/ June
\Vc arc gratified! thtt n aLI term of the operation of the act of 19th of ,
Jctirmine! hnl !ilities. li is rl1l ffin to ic/ill of honor, proud and elevated sentiments of chivalry j al'proadlf'd any i lli-r w'iy th-m hy t g..illg; ,J
enemy upon :; ;; with the in elsewhere
did; u
Frederick ml, n Hi > atl.lr,1 1834.: The right to locate eighty acres .
observe the with which the late I and undoubted courage, (ue employ thc an urns of the prait1'a,.d a I ir;:, 9:.d r,.,
promptness requisitionof acJminislr ill I '
o1'ihe /
conduct lion
Th will also
I+ prejuliC' | usually called "a float, acciucin : "
thoxGovrinor has been met by our eitizns. notwithstanding tarwcbt fashionable; phrase) of some of the constituentsof i grassy PII"J. 1 hi' I Indi! ,ins ili, "co>erpilmj
seiidm this bravcold: soldier lot > exi'.r in tln cultivated in the :;
the frequent dialis liciuuiuic; iu.-.0"0.1 this great nation, which it is to be regretted \ cases two persons w hem we reabi their h'.i<, ih" y Ii.i'ifl.J. I
and iliu manner in winch il I has been done has bci i 1833: the tract of land and had '
than.Faost the Tinllopcs Fidlers and Hamiltons who have year same possession areil that had l> grin ,
lillon e\"Crl'lj'condclllned by tha friends III General Gaiiics.We thereof tho 19.h of June 1831surli app thy MTI ;, hrrl'v4,
written abt-.it u< could not have been informed on found hl' oilt &00 lt \Vt
have heard it said thai his; c-'ifin' Inept to the : > >" t.II\' d'l.,
WEST. l.lr! wi\ 1 observed' floats be located surveyed public
THE wnas may upon any
,. of. To lighten\ the lonesomeness monoto- si ns of mulcstin l -., anj
nil.er side of the ;Mts-iisippi, was in'lured by fears fIn : poncv soon pert
his the Govcimr d land otherwise appropriated,) in the sameland
by report to pulilish to-ilsy, has (not
ruwimg in 'I' m see Mtsi-sij'p my ufpricatc life these gentlemen occasionally I''ily (| Indian-, running, ni'.iriy .1
; pnpu'aniy c thePresident' 1
had another gallant affair with the refractory Cic< kin -> district, before the day appointed by i.iee
Louisiana Al ibuna, KcV'e do not credit this. I lr whiled away their leisure hours by an innocent 118 p"rl.d with all ip.-.t. ;,n:I our f
the west. On the 4th ins, while our rilizI'ns'ele proclamation for the commencement G
it had l ever been known to 1)0 the ddcl'inlli.ln of game of all fours, bur, lest we tlioulJ do them fractional was overtaken by Capt. Ifr.'db. all, But, *
celebrating anniversary independence: the Colonel of the sale of the township, or
tIme VK injustice, it i is also to state, merely for and' killed. 'J'he
deflated the friends of Gen. Games to urge fir proper others: made 16.'it r+r1E
fell in wall and a bind of about 123 Indians township or part of a township! inrludincr! such ; '
: Van Burrn C'luM amusement without stakes. A dispute UV
Presidency at the next chrtinn11' pecuniary l'hy weron l"ot.. th--n pnr-uiJ
on Shoal river, killing lkhitor ten of their number tract but not subsequent to Well date: Provi .
leach his ralirctl\ better !e nevai.d itfu-r
their and ; | '
capturing pack, covering 4 -i- ded however That such claims be located anal Z'
1111''tl\all\ l Irs; lani ', "ereI thern. Th N.i- the accused the other of ctisinO' some ,
a1j1e of plunder. A valuable gold watch and ntci't 10 parties pr bunt a iiii'e! fiHind mule :IHI| :4.
quantity for the time when and ulll.o
at proof
paid payment
iioiial Itrel'igi: 'necr sci'ins to app-ovcof ti"! course pursued of the ingenious tricks of th? English 1.Yobil.ty '
$:i3 in specie, were fourd among the spoils of victory. made and certificate of issued on oic.v..r.d .t ns ol dlood. ill 1.111.ir.icU.
an purchase ;
Ci Gani'' his fri:110104 This foul
-.xardi but in the cards.
ell. >; en np'.un shuffling imputationwas Three miles of
The whites laat.llhree or four wounded in the fiht.--;; .i further a par Iiniiansi&4
the claim.
of their conduct as invidiou! and as being pro nlHcd indignantly repelled by tho other who dashed original
is of the that the six in nhcr di-covi-rfd
Cul. Brown opinion Creels arc I leaving nu was ; ihcybad'
by per onlll: iccitmcnt.FIIO.M down the cards and swore by his honor hety4)nl I You are particularly reminded) that "floating .
the cututtry.ALAB.MA.Clement. .rlrrtitc"ert. s /.."nllufl cannot "accrue Ulh.r. the cultivation butcherioguno* three or toni he*'Vf:, anlki
--- J\J \ lllltlfl
-- -- 'l no longer associate with a vagabond ofso I 'it" \ / : I
( E\5l') FLORID \. little and and : was made jointly by the two first actu- packed p irt uf ore oti I m" lc. Tn-'v |IWIt.tt
C. Clay, the present Gove-nor delicacy gentlemen feeling, '
bins been elected by the Legislature of Alabami, By las' ni;.t's mail ne re rl'\llh' *;*av mnah Georgian he: farther demanded an instantexplan: and al settlers claiming the rijjlit;; of pre-emption, alllllcdlat'lv .IIlUllt.,1

United States Senator for six }'I'ars.n the j place l of fit m whim :i we xtri% t the following! tnfurmti'us retraction of the accusation or honorable satisfaction. i and where the interest of the parties, in the cu-' Hi-d tin a hIIII"' 11-'lr:1 hind Oi

Jf'hii.M'Kinley: wio Ins resigned his seat. Governor from tho scat o1'w,ir in the cast. ; The retraction was refused and tha tivation as well as in the proceeds thereof, was troops chirked with all -,>Ci l as Mionatlirlwere

Clay was formerly a number of Congress from Ala Gen. /esup and 1 his taV( arrived at Black crack on required atonement accorded the condi- joint and undivided interest. I discovert; l\enakl';; IIe'l at th,'tJ;
and was d:s'i ii IJ.M:i ishoJ as a faithful and able ic- the 3d inst. on a tour of ill l'cli''j and I it was Sup- tion that the challenger first furnished The right, on the contrary, can accrue only of the hitnniock! ti;ln or t I.:guns wie'

]IrcS lItati\'c. IJcnr'utdtheunaniirousvoicot both p sothat: two potts w..ull I b' esa Ji.heoi! on the Su- testimonials of standing andentility.'l'heJailhr! proper in cases where !\'ich two first actual settlers shall I at them. Oi.e nf tin- Ind an- btd.qutrt.; uthr. '

1,attics in.the Legislature.PFNX wannee, and due on Lake Georg at >ilvei S,>rmg. and guard were called in to render this avouch- show, most explicitly and satisfactorily, that I }
The Inilians still l > and exlulii I in were pe.trcabtm I no ment. All difficulties on this sco-o being oh- their interests in the cultivation, as well as in ,

TLVANM.-The clmim to upply the varanin evident disposition U reH">vv hostilities/ obviated! tin preluminaries of the cambat a-la the proceeds thereof,were separate and distinct.It I Wil st-cn to fall from hIS mule, which I

< in the Third; Congressional! Daniel, r>rci! i<>ne.l by .7'iout ten iluys since a pirty con
the drnth of Francis J. Harper, l;: *qo'k J place on (Ilan.uu's I tnountel Florida vulunicein, andi comp my 1. practicable precaution" guard against any &r Tm-re can In* no d.iu.n that he r.(
could b and sufficientroom
as pistols <; procured
the 29th u'.t.and! resulted; in the choice of Clnrles of II. S. dr.\gf-,as I
Naylor, F.sq: the whig candidate, by a nl .j'mity ,,f : .lu uitinc t'. 1'"l.ttk.l. came acinss' a puty of! thN"udi.U1Q : case to grant them where you arc not entirely : inn-, Ht'\.II which the officers ali
about 2jt::' votes over Chains J. Inzer-oil; l E-q)", V.m ( and a negro; i.i a s.n.ill cimp. The nei-'> cs- !inh although refused. ctinly The! appealed satisfied of their geM n inen" .;,allfl after you sh:ill our rn-n ( \ll*.! Godwin) .I-s.-Lver: ,i ml I in-1 1

B'ircn. This is the district formeily rcpicscn'.ed by ip'-d, hilt the! Indians were captured, and taken to St. to, most mi-iiily parties have closely scrutinized, with all diligence and who hid d..dd in tilt palm.-run I and 6rli
Col. natnioiigh. were so furious, that each had to be placedin "
.Augustine.A'n fidelity, the various circumstances set forth in him, vionndin iU'1 ill tit.- ti'Igh. ThrlidaI r
ut the same date a party of II. S. ,,.lllier'll1n If iC"m separate cell", so indignant were feelings : .
d the! fin- :
the evidence. I relurii bill .IHllh
CxErtALGAISES.-TLig!' officer's military dis'nrt nand uf<.: '.. Alien of one of the them at his treatment, that "for .w.
is now restricted to the frontier west of the Misissipp : In-liui.tp on a cant fii m Painjn/ I -\ytcjjtturrd ,. swearing cards and bail! company,'* he left the Yo1 must, moreover, never fail to bear in hone tit the ni k. and I kilti-u linn in"t.otl1-, !

!. The alal'rity" which this veteran chill an by the n tune of O.lllow: Legs a.dl.lc'IHl.tntof" and the mind that the, two first actual settlers, herein alluded Some ni.ire of onr ,net. then ,
rcp.lircd sans ceremone sans permission same aplwcheJ
SLiniii'jIe chief of the I Hc.as
scmcnin :
to the I'lrriila peiu:.vila': nnmrdidt:*ly upon rerciv- well althp. Indians foml I'aatkwas! detained night. The survivor threatens to post the ab- to, are persons who acted themselves til Inditn! was killed.In .
: ncr -
ing informal; D.vh*,, massacre, and! the sc'n'ice" as he north of the line in their conrlcr as a false recreant to every principle of and not in the capacity hired men children. these dlrgh. ",)on the lndinns.thelor
was speulieu
of the gallant nnd patriotic bund of Louisiana volunteers : late honor, and no gentleman. O. I'. Q. The testimony must in all cases be requiredto had; lime lo hunt our III MI l tt.nr.: lhfjkilliil. ..

",'whorame IIh bin;, will lanj l le icnumbeie 1 by tieaty. state the facts of the cultivation and possession or <> | !! i'' to I.ike tn ih ILIIMIIM''!
General his Ft. .
He people of Florida. with gnt.tude.; They know, Jenpis on way to Augustine.The /f'e hive Wen politely furnished: l hv R. J. Hacklcy, and all important circumstances connected .tier th! r.I:1 CIC w .: killed, our rrnnpanltI \ '
fullouiiii i'i IIf letter the editor of
for they witnessed, the sclfhsh.nmbirations! to disparage the under a da'c copy \ to Esq, Ilecmter of the U. S. Land Offi.-e in this city, therewith, explicitly and specifically, and I lired ;il out a nul(,-. and. l)"'iir 2 u.r""mll
Giorgi of
and! ruin him. The late President of the United HI. wuh the illowin..* circular in relation to the preemp- not merely in general! terms; and must, as heretofore brat .:no) filial. if, ii-t- d ilifoi-elvi-.s an j D

Sutcs entertained personal feelings inimical: ) Gen 15LACic CKLCK. ( K.i.) July 3d 1, 1837. tin rghts IIf lit tiles! :son public! i hnd.. Thecircnlu n be transmitted to this office, accompanied I hor-iS ul)"nt in hour \vit-u we m.id>. al

Gain, and the hostility of Mijor !Caton then chief ".sIr: The inforinatioti published! your paper explan..iy of the acts of C t'ttress! of 133032. revived! by the appropriate certificates of purchase.All I to no." l t'l lj. SlfW.iu-: /. "Hi li we re1

magistrate of Florida, to him was open and vowc.l.! ol"29ili nit. is inrorrcft. 1 r.-:fret to find by a spc-'i il act passe I nn the I'Jih of J mi1, X34, and receipts and certificates issued in pursuance 1.I f'd iliiiut HIMiniU, ,.a.I"4 "). re iti(* liJdian .
Soe of his brother generals cf the army, and e =pecially that you; ernlcilain !leans v\ith regard a I renewal is of great importance to the citizen of this leriuory. I of this construction of the law, arc to refer ( vv.is killed vveth'ii tli\.t.t a..U tin.

: Scott, Jessup and ..Va.nb, were anxious for ol'hn-iluic CIRCULAR in the the date uf this circular
;| i heading to letter; -ix mil'- lioiln-i. .did' -ni-ani-d| !tor theDLIOn
his degradation, es much to gratify! vindictive n-tlmgs has been death To Register and Rectirers of the United and I : di
to where
"Mii'.inopy not put as I two pre-emptors acquire floats, the the m' 'nor of ii'* 4lli July vvrSMifrAirs.
as to promote their own ex illation! and to those and I Slates Land (, : -
!! Offices. certificate of the 'bed cniirlif
reporlee purchase granted on original I Chaile, It-rry, win '!! we rea
other influences \b I
"mahgn Cass
r. ; was subservient. "Cloud, Alligator, &c. retain their rank, pre-emption right is to lefer: to the numbers of nnd I Ihp Ih'XI4,11)

Gaines: deserves grca: ucdit far Ins forced much: frome and no Indians have been !seen near the plantation G E. ER.\L LiNo OFFICE, true certificates issued for the floats; and, vice .F ()'. tie. 61! prm IHUl..tt..wUJru. .',-(.'.//I to Ihl '
Tampa: to Fo.-t King. Without } I.
transposition, his of :Mors Clark & Rollins. June 9ih, 1 It 37. j Versa, the certificates issued for the floats! are t.> -lation, uhtrt: 1 ni \itti .Major .\
and personal example foot taking his knapack: on his bark, 'Grnoral Jesup ri-Jchcd here thin morning: Gentlemen. has been decided, that the refer, in the heading, to the number: of the certificate ; him c''IuiH'atl.'' fru.u
marching on at his advanced deserves I halll.t 1 Cap
the highest encomiums.: His age the I from .J'ampa: Hay, on u tour of reconnoisanciHis -. act of Congress approved on the I9ih of June, granted for the original claim. lr.nil-\ nI ih- .,ant: tun'riving
"VVithlacooehee, without a su.licient: supply of upon provisions object is:: to inspect the posts, to ascertain 1 1&34, enitledn act to revive the act entitled To enable you to act under there illstri.tc-1 I .-fjv"- 1.1"all"'I.

to Iou!>tain his array, and! without knowing cer the resources: of the country, &c. and to attend '.\n act to grant pre-emption' rights to settlers I tions, the surveyor: general will he directed to ]'I r L: ) \ I L i,1. TCIE1

taitlyfrom whence he could obtain them, was injudicious. to the comfort of I lie Troops, whose on tIle l'uLli'lands, approved Alay twrntyninoone *' I funiNh you witii: explicit inf.natioii as to tie'! t:

But thcie is little excuse for the powers nt general h..alth! he considers paramount to every other thousand eight hundred and thirty, revives townc!;;"is, the surveys ot which were in pro Camp on Shout Ricer, I(

; head! quarters, and for Jessnp, then duartci master consideration, at pi es.'ut; and ho H determined \ aho, therewith the act Congress approved cess of execution in the field between the 19th .)7.Jlil'i j jIII'
General fir not having sufficient Hjbbibtcnce for with all the means in IIH power, to protect on the 14ih of July, 1633, entitled "An art of June, 183-1, and 19th June, 1S3G. tlt,1 *
I I l ; ,,'f
nv ""'Hnl :
his farces at proper posts. Gaines.whcn he left Tampa and guard them from dise.isc." supplemental to the act 'granting the right of 1 Immediately: on receipt township! plats, the L'- I. !."U' It
1 tflit: N
expected, and had a right expect, that he would! We would fun hope the above pre-emption to settlers on the public lands' approved i Register will certify thereon the date when received I t i t'- > .I''t
intelligence of the ilion,, in (' .n-' nc,- .| lu- 'I"'" l.c"1.ry
find ample stores at Foit Kin:. His movements were the twenty-ninth day of May, eighteen and transmit this : j'i
fiiu.Jly deposition ot the Indians ii but to office, monthly, a .
notorious throughout the natioL, and! that such aid conoct reports hundred and thirty." the language of which is list of all such the dates \ -i' kly II'con..* are so plats, indicating whenreceived.
contradictory .
to their '
would be necessary. Had all concerned done their ngird move- as follows: I II (I Irv sis v'ii dii"-'*:it.!t. sluts .:! ,lf"ll"
ments, that we 'lear: the I .
duty-had Scott, instead! of holding back, mmnmii.motily ; worst. "13e it enacted, Scc., That all the occupantsand JAMESV1IIT I OMB: Com'r. Indians"had Irfi I'. I'n.r s,; I tilt i'.fi 1 Il.

excited himself to aid his rival- settlers while on 1 dig's'l ,'r,"l ln1.s 1"
ttruintdtrtiy Ire copy the following paragraph/ from the 't, Jo. upon public lands of the United a M-inii. !
nerrr, as he should have: done, to furnish: Gxincs the "who icilla Station 6th 1837. IniKans river, l alter a i
seph Times M'e ala rather disposed to d"ubl ihoconectncss I States, arc entitled to a pre-etnptioa according July ne.ir Shal 1\/

provisions: reinforcements in his (power, how much of the report although us ronfnmtiionwould to the provisions of the act of t'ongres** Major JAMES STEWART: n-nrch. ('allt vvilli lt'l at the f"11:e'lI
higher ation.would he have stood in the eMimaiif! n of tan! not much suiprise us. It is well kr.own approved the "twenty-ninth day of May, eighteen :Sir:; ,-C pl. Hradlev, with about lhirlj..>neof I river hallll"k., Thiniinhir ot in. I '
fall back would not have been compelled to thai the British overiiineiii ha for some lime been endcavouring hundred and thirty, and who have not beenor his men, left San Pedrn on the 29th June, I was i about 125. A; :r.ever '."11.0:1 t'1'I.'
and with
,' the such assistance promptly tendered, to obtain (possi'csion of 7uba, and thai our shall not be, "enab.ed to make proof and enter i agreeably to nn order from }1111. and rr.ad"11 after a vigorous charge they wie n m|*
contest might have been
perhaps cWul-: I '
e speedily minhicr ut Madrid has in the within the time I tin Juwitnuerriterlhltnithtat ihnu Ihe lYehadI
But the demon of discord II'olltd. protested strong term same limited in said act, DIrsChulrlra'; to retreat :., iw.nnp.men
cO Games
rival,-his failure was desired! by ,-Ins s.icufice was a ngiinst the ccssnn of that ill.uid to tho Biiush autho- in consequence of "the public surveys not hav- I where he. had l In lay in n supply: of provision I vvnundcd, md the number ul.lltr113td 1
was hoped for. Most of the other disasters,and much rities, upon the ground of the a.(vantage it would! give ing been made; and returned, or where the land fur his men. The n-xt morning he started I as near : wr eutztJjsid. r. \I uhCutI I

thul government in case: ef war with the United :Stales: was not attached to "land district early, and the \Ve ( !, !! (
of the disgrace gathered for the nation for the lat two lie any or where proceeded en frail (leiidin-r to t>r ten. c"JIllIu .i'\r Irt'IIIY '

years, in the Indian wars, is attributable to the self- has likewise informed our government of the probability the s>am has been reserved from sale on account Suvvannee Old Town, nlmul 20 n-ilea; renuiined its bore .tr their deid.

ishness and jealousies which have been excited ; of such ce:!!>iull. Our authorities, howcve-, of a disputed boundary "between any nil night, and on the 31st pursued the sun,.- each sucress, that the IliiO test/ all, M

those upon whom the management of affairs has among de- line acted with such laidincss, that we fear wo have State or Territory, the said occupants shall be trail or road until t-wauls the middle of tho packs "consisting of ;zrn,.!d .,f'Ui.15 drsi, Jlions
been beaten John Bull w1"
volved. by will thus have gained permitted to enter the said lands on "the same day, when he left il, anal' marched in an eagerly AHln.ht which MM* n ti'olv "
The course cf measures pursued towards' General control the k..yo of our the corn-net Gulf ,of ce Maxn-o.it; that and consequ The ntly the conditions, in every respect, as are prescribedin I direction until ho struck the Sinxntinee nnd S263 n, SP"'elte'''lha) < the Inn pnapith sI

Gaines: and the motives and reasons which induced! of the weicrn and southwestern quarter. pioducis said act, within one year after the "surveysare I aver: neiu which he. encamped hat night. The part o' |hr Indi.in.s: hivteinhoiiK ,
in ,
states the
those concerned, have never yet been fully develoj ofu rupture between .the event made, or the laud attached to a land district:: next d.lhe followed down the river, and on I FII.rll.; ||ji-y tIt m-.\nU-
two countries
would b.s ot "lp.iUt.t d
to the public. They know but half the tale of his little importance, unless on inland navigation should or the bouuddiy line established; and if "the the 2d Julyeucamped at :)uwunnee Old Town. iUII'diHtly stIke trail a.ain': *'" (b' ,

former wrongs and persccu'ions. Hereafter, we may be opened between them and the Atluni: et itcs.Cuba. said lands shall be proclaimed for sale before There were<< no discoveries: made mare than on anolhi-r aliaik.In rnu'iu.iun.I. "I'' ;

Itt the nil which may conceal some of them and ex- the expiration of that IbelrvetheIndLirire I..a' lh c'
From one year as aforesaid, then nt the Mill creek, near MrsCharles'. Tht'rt"UpPEitrt.d : lg
pose a few of the sinister means resorted to for the a in our Navy who hey shall be entered before the sale thereof a trail of cattle, which hud parsed try. Rtp..rllllv, '"
perpetration of their malevolent came as passenger in the Brig MUSKS from New
We RO'l1
put poses. believe SECTIONS. And be LKVI.V
further enacted, That about a week or more before v' e reached thatphase
no part of the correspondence between General York by the w.iy of Key West, we learn that CouuuaUJ"1'
the O.I..rH-l'
occupants upon shall be permit ; and when we bore low.rds the river
Gaines and the Nor Department, or rather te: the night previous to the departure of the Brig ,
Adjutant ted, in like manner, to enter: the same, so as not from the road leading from Mm. Charles's: In l"
General's office, toon after General Jackson became from the latter port, a vessel had art ived there Nobfo
to exceed in quantity one quarter section and Old Town, there were SOIIIH i ns *hi'-h Religious$ lllsanity.-Matllc\s
; : np.
President in which he Gen. G. from Havana "
( ) takes u shot! at bringing intelligence that Cuba
if the, fractions exceed a section of a week old, which showed dissenting rerentl/
quarter tho occupants peared upwards rwrly a prejirlierr
the whole covey, the Presi ell, Secretary at War had been placed in the military occupation of ,
shall be permitted to enter one hun- that! the Indiana had been di itin (Elton ) and General-Chief (Macomb the British for the persons:
,) has ever as a pledge of the not
debt due tho payment pred and sixty arres, to include his or their improvement Their trail appeared to lead down the river, that one has die l, and the others ae a
by Spain to
English Govornment. i at the price aforesaid.." and upon following them they obliqued off to- ted to survive.




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iralkin--' yon run away from I j Indians on the Xorthvest.The Globe _' "..
states .. rI -- _._
ra11 | ;
: I _-_ti _
his friend who returnedfes'1 that with 1- : --
. 5IIid a ro*" to J a view to establish amicable relations r R'u.:
somethingof hurry short- between i II I L 1ST OP l..T( olS: rrm.mii.is i n Hi* PMI (if- Tallahassee Jockey Club Rare
in them
r "Oantry t on a permanent basis the President C< TOL'-N: |Ir, mills fire nt ThoinaMille, ( '
III. I I m my about the middl ofl las' r..rga.; July I 1-1-' i cli .f ,
! .1fet Fannin ma5Sarre. "No-oh1 I no I(I has directed (that invitations, should be C'\-- KJ m'nmha, large dark brown biymare mule, xvit'i' ;' taP- h "'1 sli.ill be iM't be ink .r "tu p.evtis| M I InI I I- l '
I awaC xactly' but I pave one of en.um'cr en to the Sacs and Foxes the Winneba M car upon h"r P,'ii rump, s me r.nr MS inches) oO.r next mil be sent ai dead Inters to th- G'e- .

. pl..1 not flIl _t' amigItY\ tall wa Ik.Ing.ept'Clm'n In. j the Sioux' of the and the ;oesj Jons, "i.d three 01 fo-r br >d-the en>ctff." hum ,"ral Pot (I-e. '

H I' the I Mississippi Missouri, I iixexer> .e .". .n to I b liev. h t I tin* mul" is A I "m. Ai..l lAl 1\t.I.I'\(1. -.ff.l1o-"lon I -
. were unroofed )xvays and the Sacs of Missouri stolen' : I
rf."P sere- 1 to send by a run w v n.'gro bfloniu, ? to C-l Kobe I I' r,n.m. Isiac N M! 'I I.eot Ar'hh..1. n .

I ,4 orchards 'stryed, and acres of valu- deputations to this city. They will probably Giiii'ile' R-hose mmis i J m P 'Vo. lIe is 'ilx.ut :to .Xd I u"i% Lou s :' t Ic-Lr'nl.! s l'll/ ,

! $ fine lexelkJ 10 the ground b> the severe j jDelhi arrive about the first of October. The principal >e.irs old; f.v ""c".t evei or eih' illdws lii: h. i 11'- 'nd I li. ri ,n, Tn >mxs J ."1e. Lenul.ui, Mrs ElM z" r I 151 II conic I: f."u.offal.: Lklr g 'w.1..inniI 4 a'.I.t..el." jl''t e III, 1) iu5 :'I r,

le tirnbr chiefs (1m .rkal.J-tHu'e..p r, nv ncro<; the "re'HI and hotil- /'rasncll. bert L" & Co. IKVMirntt. E ,
Delaware I of the
PcnmlFlesh. several .
bands ,
( co.) of S.l't.
I ic7
! iii. these tribes ders t -
; lH.u-e-jSed. b'nck!
nrir ciute: anJ has lost Brown IlrrrkuliXlrs.J.nc'XV .
an \IuMnrrOiui.Mr'LI.Z4t.'h I
il I storm | with the most distinguished braves will consti- fore tooih.j upper ,i a, l Air.nt tkr ((.r tlirt *' eir'1'' .1'' q co', t IiI !- .
:3J.faUtfhhf' Brillson 1n'clal :
. "ia, June }i lute these deputations. The hole : I will gi i\*'! the ab-n-e reward ; kr I l.:.s r".rilm (I' ora-ta. SiilMTiptt"nw ; ; $fl') l r"t ".
to J"l1 1111
xx number :
will n M'Trr jl'n\l'i .
.-The famous GlenartIliddlrtworth wiH ueltrer tot h any in I I" ;J-v.. Tit d!,>".! tLe nr.t t C: ''dO,''', anat!
:: not, it is believed, fall short of fifty. The and neir. nther to rul. ( tflI 1 j Pi'mim.;; Dr Ri harJ II > \ ten, Wnlum I
and oc- tile ". l rf II
of the { second ')r myself oljar... 1:1' 0 t'-e ix ,'illner : ca ion will be ; lwcn y fur he nero! flnd ten P. 011.,0"'Iley > pwt" n I ..mio
full of .
one interest those doll :.!. \ tie '. ". 'r."rldr.'I""i'II".rr.i'I"I"e
to who for *
Mameluke's heat it s the mule; ifdflivered ; sn. rpv a">'/ 'i'* ro
tlrJe >n once valued ) sep i ratrtv: or a pr Fat ter, Jiu-.l I'2 N unnh.rhu.'cs! P. '
Dcrb t "
) j wish to observe the! costume and habits of ponionx-e f! I l f | : SI'.. .i.I let ." fte -
<' sold the mnotint to nn\ CIne wloill c--finr : Ct.Inu.n! Z'clcu-- -
was at Tatter- so 1' I kiln. I UP; t 2 {
\en-sand guineas, filler i ::1 $ lft). ihrr i' IfHfs. T-rlove tl!. Cr t l'co-
indigenious tribes and listen (and imn.rt ii, Cot. G ('o 3 ? e >
at tllrt"I! j to to powerful na'tivt J( or m\-s. ir.f rm | : nte, Juiin IIitwN: R..tHrtRI
mum I of her an.l I diP div ltil lf., rJ.r.
t..cat-onc guineas i tour h mm r\'e:
rs M eloquence. The subjects to be considered nfnlrinpni.l/ us ,\"'I'cml.V i"i, to rPoner.ouriroperiy t I r trail.ix', I L.ws: \V I'II'\.J! t IKS and tIuuICauvujrd \ . ., ) ,
Jjji \ ms.lik: .. : S fJ
LOUIS : 'RH; FOP .I [ ;
had a fracas at I M. GOLnsCOIl! )tII. Drd S ., S.
will iLh. iliI'
Two Enlis> men Hrooklynatcr'iv ( I probably elicit all the talent and tact of the :j;: \Virthud' 'Jeflerson ; : r'rf..it ::00; two r-n'ii: !11''b. T.. l.tve the ..:. t-LL .
conntj f.C.II11'nicclI": ., Ju'v! ; Ttr: J,inif s S ixis E
'i night, in the course of which one I most able among them.Ttntrhbzg I i 1OI'37.J iCIer: l hrr. a "I! no' rtf ilif -., \ I" fo .- th,, ra .<'. 4:

'I striick the) other I over the I I Ica d. a.. ;1--- -19 i iI ilannu.iso.I ufih. SuC"rCcllrtof S > ril.<. L> tln' A 2 E'tTie! (.HII 1 e .a.le! to c1: I ,'. o" th" 1\' ovsliy 5tI',
i -10! 'I''n : 1 t! p. tStiniJIiiid '
jtbeIu{ his kul! The fellow then :,1AJIJ XL'S S\J. | l<*'trr, aI.lrl's".II' tl f S. ret icj & I'aorvtt.: .;
wd fractured j r Incident.-Mr. Burins 1 flrnisri. C It I I'.irlardT: / 2 "
a trustee of V h* C'll: '. ii-ii I."rotrrf..i!
rIer rnr..n3l1ee ofan order! 1111,1 I- I IIII\ ij.
arrested hoard the steamboat El v ihr Pier'of th- ; Erei < U. Jc-s'e S"t'' I.PI :
on ,
I. fjit: was i public schools, rel ites to us the fJlJlwilcaoc Siupe' nor ;ri..fih MdUO.rir,0f l m mJMilr. The Jticivv: CIts'J! P 'r'< 'wI I) I Iw n.'rp'-tMctl i intirn duo
nrul8! 1:11'1111 '
I arnit 1 .Mrs L U T "
.....dIaMingoal. .J of utter destitution. A little girl, a pupil at ore fur Lot.n ountv, KSU'd the 1"l\lh ,\II\ of jut,, v 1 is 17, in <; \f'rl'lt.> .1 are I Salfnl.I I 1 Kit: h.uu O <.. TIIO-3 Clt O\-, Pr-pr.ft,. t
hiuif $Il'rctrllcrl.-One of our exchange :(: of the public schools, who was generally r'm.uk'i mam Groen a.1Ir"" 'IILl.'hm""I,, hi-cin Rrn'ri|, 1 Uav f-i:"I is HI, Jr. ,\ IJfrcvl'e! ,*, I-'t'ii J 'n. t ts-.T tort.J -
C \\:1111. I
the 1 mania!e of Mr. JamesjlusJulu i i i able for her vivacity and amiable I U. Chun i !", aiul R"." i |I JVr! v a r.I .' E.h.\r.. .lcrrn.J Jr-e.M i s, J K \ ( ( 3
annnunrl' deportment, t""recli'c Ha.n.iC-.anl; U ,iain|'
rc rs Flak- ietendant! Pr cmnn, 'I'i,1I., i> Ti t>ni II. I O.tvid ?s M. sriO":
.\nn Solitude. I was observed one afternoon to be dropping in will i hat ach CIII"r" i.H..1 "nc' rni. -? cJOT*
.cettj, I ui f ":, 1.1! c.n|) ru I rrmllin. Est-n I D 3 TolveJi n DU' X.M.. .I TtlAXCTailahas ls, :
S her shall! I ill! ac amx ae.t
Lit fly confined t. in the manner and ne' Ierjfnl in her recitations., on.Saturday. Ihe 3'!th day: of T-v, 'iS-7? : I' Ihl',, r. rnl!, -.Irtll S 'I 1 hoTiK. M .ss Loua: JJGC-- tRV .r.t1 t
] j jail ;Coon 1Jo" >e', :
p.icharJ.WhitL' -aid
To the teacher's if In -OHniy If l L' (yj, v.nhm !lriii e; i tr i ii l'ilII.IS ___ .
she Tit
1)). C. inquiry '; ere ill, -he replied .ma-, XI f t, i I' h.lr,1 -'-
on a cliargo ofnnis urs II. v:11.1 da! .
forWa n.inn cosinix' ) in the neuJtive but she became and I I.I : bidder- e"tJ'to, -p, f., c '.I u. I.11', G; f.1.11 m, A X3nJ r Tit .;ua >. vi-sM! i inl..,-C ELI-S-ri. i J )HTir\ > In\\\i i: n. t I'
I e- >
the Tn.a.ar.O.IJ"f', and xvho( hus heonJ more Iz boxes of -ner h:1001I7p. t-.z. N ,i r:'M'i.o y, J Hues M Tat C..I1: c', or P.eic.veitt : TOL' X Sr n.a e"l'-.0 :
,. i more incoherent in her lessons 1 :!I"fd I .i ,mib 'r yi1'i m "ur' 'ja
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spvor.il! times without\ the ; staring wildly' ru'- paie d'I1I1'! ?, inns G < :"\ S I L 'I S 1 HOUri "..
J lrP.iiU; jury evrbfnc about! and ,in. 'i ::1.-'. C ,''i"ef's. t-io ; rv. trjir'# I Inj is "" I L 11-" .11 i iv.t'I!I "hLrp.u .' rU I V

nb'c to rondeau xcrJict, I h H i.on;, rc>, ( seeming quite unconscious of \vlmat "I. 1'h- ": 1,1-, i I'.i" 1N c'n; ,.H MMin ca ., I fllllt, II. \\'01'e"I ,..s, x n I it'iMiut: ."t.--i I'.'.iut'P? ,'n ')r ,. :* jr.ir.< AM.h.s -S

: for I liis was siid; or (hOfl('. It was subsequently -cer- as ,hc z a t- |le\'it'.1, I'r ;' nni) : I n I in 'Iil, j >iin \',..!, r., .VInn 1 I <'i'r t. .'f' "It""j! j .n I 1.1! s>tki CC\"I'n..1 h.th.-
Tii'1 'hilil roquiri-d appearance 'st-ipl pI" r' ; "f i.1, dI! !.rhw! ,dVr! I
b .d. tained; that her stranjre (1I1lIII'tn.:m' the ellert] dt t .:n 9 n'o'.J.l' rmrih si'ei I .r-if .n. I IJII"1.! : rx- VK retAb ti 'ijn IiI Hilil'o. h,sj nitr Io'nllt' \\ |h.tIroI': rough, a: In- tri.tllwr'afl"r. was litH'? t-Kiiisin.l! clols hft. .rn.nu. s.f.| II 1"\1 .' ,.J i J J 5
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: anj |J/i is "'Ilt'rill.lawIrs.! ; : i linker: of: sta ration: not ha\in j tasteil fill': since 1 Iw. I rop; ny i. ef .1 perm'h.u e D ,Hre. -"r\IiI, 2 10 i H i in-" Ci, Ki'j; : V ; II ;. .d|I. l., ?. UW'I'X \\. ,. wi :'tv ih ;. I', rcwa-d f.- tt, r-c\.p.rj..f

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:4tt. i iRrmarkn1,1.r"rrr pinies real suffering: and ca\oasa teason for. 1 > II.!: I l'V\L. M. ,1.1 t.N.oTrqyJ I I--. s of I e I Inl V C"ut ',' II.u.I .-, I II h ..w, I .-\ .'.S SI..J i J. t). &. J n\ GRAY.it .

nfpnssinll.-\n iiterra- f.istins : ffTliiiui. rn. \V.I..I..! :: II .{ ; MI Ions, tint IKT mothei, \ .' --
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J[ \\"ai!iHns f '..Ir1r.! 1 Pew with jrnis-s ;itnl j i ifjitdU -in other word, !*, the: '( Ed: Sch:)ol' has: t fir.ndI I July? 1 1I., I. ::>._ |' T.1X: rV\L, j ,,iir"iJWAK !! .. I U.I'II' I, \\' ii.vu. Y.ilrj. Jf>.. pJ I I II :. : .00.c'.r1.,- .f SI Iiirri.r''s' A. Co. tr't;;
I.i..t.. 1 III a few nUI'lll'nt11'. IVvv I tin. 'X\\ Sri 14,01' out of doois." The) Synods : I. i Pi-r= "i.,i cilin! : fir nay cf tie! aboxt !Ie ter-, n ill >' i if .,,.id :I'i I ''i rn nj t,1 1"1't t1-'. l? fhey

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I'l .'t .iTx <'i! I tu turn I pair, Jin to \' : JA.WL'S W. S'vtllH.J" I 'T.'l-a-' IU'I" 10 h, t b.;. .tltf.T4l 5

1 iMini'Mii\ ot'tl.c Li'holilrrs! !ho fell and! died j jrjwyfa 1 tica are amonjrthe, must heinous ofTemlris! : am !'ROCLt1L.1T1o' -">'V 1' .si it.I.I.T.lyl .--- -- .

j 1 ln\e I Ix-e' i honored with a I : > till.' .5
le vpenal ejectment.
,.! ,'ru. .! or a ;groLi.: i I J Th.' Presb\terv Wilminiton I Del. and tlieTlirrn : // }' ItlCHJ/tl) h'. CALL, :: g ; I'r (II' LL"rrCIls rc. .tiuii-: 111 tu fat 1- 53 i"LIf n "re > he e '.x : n f at all debts et 4

frrrui'in tol lirrs.--T.xo I liundre 1 renuits :' CiOX' .J Ir. .1 'tauIs.i--:: | I Ii'I .., on 'f i.t tdt\i.-J 'tn exrd' (IP! i-n due mil ovx.ns I.) onv r ern -
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iV' I I.J! ia.' for Tort CuIi'A I n..I"..... .: .. ... u'_ n ".t..'.. _. .'e. .1..I.... .. ..1..?,. ,n. .:.,1 ill l'h.rht"- lu 1le .- f.r"l1 lit J liI-!. 111ID1.r.}
\ \ V .1 .11' I | :liooh'e Til'1 onlvse.iniistroii'.il! !< i( C'.IJ.'pl'n- l1T.llt: I .\y.: :r :i t t' ..rI.; .r;' : f'l1I. p 1.:1 >o t'i : t.:i the (jiLUviai i'us'iM.C:! .: as -It .uit ttl,. r;. anJon.. ur l,. ti iii i>j I la'U! ; ant! Co'e: vt tne t t

\ i 11" 'n ,1.lcr i tly! co'jiu.a..d; ofCiiJ.if I i'I- the fi"ds .1 > 'i 'I .1(1.1 XV i AVJ J .mi. IWo! u n t Q..M.I, .. !'iiiu X I., xl J S-. tu.i lit .: y ''I! IsTf-xv V i 1.:1 :* > a ii\\ p uiierly t.e oci is: tj

,. L itn uiN Dir.i. ..:1, C'un-iT: and: Ca a-i! pr"'I'rry. of the chmcli' \vhi( hih"4O' .101. a -'!h;ir .'f "I! in'ir.!Vr ,. ", in ,' i- :i ii... <' .-1'\ ... La., It C -V Co: I K i _'..u.M, : it' It fXI f fi's iI ti.ni HI P SLI i.ti tnsn d.ty} a.s ;ne,t tu iu: i I

1 .Stlio i1 v ':m ,li'p.J,] to nionop Iii/,.. \I.I'I'F; .In *>. SMMP>ON VXUC.'IAN"and ; : S. \.'. i ).. 1. r.. D I'a', ti"eir II :1..14! '. t>v'.if. fi.t an tS-tunle.t; ">i n>.. snm :
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: ntT \ TIu Home: ; Missionary :and other S"cii ti. s order :- : DAVID \\ O, E\r, ,I filll.f, I m t mu| )11', Ifr: 1 ;,. itUr L;\ in 'O. .,', v j I II 1InBit uii :, -.rt-laie.f I7_. prt. b.". a I f>erus' 4Jlel.[ t L't .

'ft Vi. t'innrc In IlngJttnL, Thoiewasoion thc cuntiol ef? the: \l'\\ School' have beeniarluied i,' .:' ldt. hailed! \t i'h 'il.e minder. John I n'l 'yr io. h.'al..C'.J ,d I cv', J "ncsi !...,_.i \II."a(, I II ei her nj h" sth u *ih ._ > xa I thi tore piv Ib.'s.n.e
at C .tl lUllI, (.lt..i\tin; uf ttlnict; : in the c.f'i..itln.--X.w, Yorker. I. 1:1"Ii c mm u m ill** < 'i 'v o. i B !i.-t.| 1. .'p( .u 11.\ MI.: t'r Tit I ,.:ai o InC o r 1\; au: tor .- .t::eat \\ ni H r.rwd'Ta I I:-
r.'lIr.1 n, m ":lIllcrrt i i or. t bin:."jit! 3.1! tii-de Lear |n.aa.h..I'; .'* h .ss i- \v ..1 R Io6DICK.jT '
.. :011' day aI.I1er1I! i t llolr'jer I I .MmrixVia 5Me
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"d ,'on..i..1il "f t ZJ0 JII'f!lIns. S'IIIL', .1:1\. The( B1ltitlon."I'ril'all" informs us', that, :< : ufl the orf, ill e ol !a\r 1 do \It' rtI'ler .1" s r o v l'( iji lo nhus i p.
'putsinn >\ : [flu t I-1.a :".'. C .M.1-.0: .,. V-l' i t-i4l.i'd tr Lt :s: _ra. h: n,tsome l IIan ?O- .
twJ'u.tltn 'lc Ciplaiiis WooUev! Caxton!' ind Shubiiik! !} a ien ir i "J 4 \\' I II I Itiudied, !It., i y
.I \ at 1.1 ; I'\ (, the >is ur ih an Jliva .t, i i'a j. I )b III".. Lu .. I :; 4 NI\ "Thlll'I' (.n h-; 11'r'I eTtX D! iL'LXRSw
'I Co'n! ,nisMO'jers who I I I i'I pre t't ion an I .'eli\e y of-a. !! 41lit t a -oxnaim .i .. .. ;' rrcli.II-'i..u sxnl '
named :Xelson were appointed so.iie tlllH' i' .It. ", I.i.n 'l. *Iy, JiM I I.jalll It 2 : I !Lr.a-: rti'r! at. t'ttivery .
Li'ttic".-,\ ma. at XI'II \xi lift! ntJi-rs: in 111II"I.eTuliU.. ..
: anx-j />j-'rnt nf Po'ii I
| last fall: to ev'niinethe '.e\ r.tl; harbors, C '..r'1 .!knit ].1r J.h"! I a: Mr 1I1rktl'\! : M. \ttS'L1O. $ ,-

:! i \ irth Carolina%, occasionally suhjt'ct! to : : 1I'1t11.\t3nti., coat with theiew on tlu'l( .1! i: a' d I dj hcrt-ftx". MIJOIU gini require al!! mnyispoc Cl m tK >ti.,. ra"T Court .Millie'It,. ,'is I I June I i7n.: I '->". 41AOTirz : -
ti the Ir.Jt"I'i.! .', .
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e> i : x'i ,:,..1 1 ;jb.'itation tliroxx hinilf out uf a .l 1 sto- t iuilie.iop.-i.Len- { ".'!H. Orc XV MiiitynrU t'1 .:!icwi I I .
t4bi! :hinivnt ot'L XIYard II.1.1 1 Jt fo .
: bthe (j ;:c'rall,. M II O ij) "Xj i
\l\ludow and was insMiitlv killed. C ,U11.1:111I Pl. .!as n.Ti.ynas KI I ;.
I| Government, luxe n-ported in faxor of llrd'i: j' John XV Daxi. is abom fi.e U M o jrh* and a half I"1 l. i-ti'n C inII I \ ut .11 t X.try! S A T Ihe r.c:.: Apr: i r:u t/l/ LLt I'. Curt for

conduct nf a ipittttti tfJ'SoncI: G .H'; r. h:sh, brojil s',otild. r,. hick s._", !"Ie lirj, bliif! .A_ 't.. so < < c> I 1 u.r
Oprrsirc: wick ,' rit.; Il appears; from their I |PiH.d. J..h.1 P.;{ P.'iMi> .Ci|'t.nn II iiry / n'y a pre-en: th; ncco'i'i and
repuit t!ves, Mac hair it*; 'J com l -xion.) {? .n I'i f'e. h. hr al I' voitiixr "t Ii- < In..
::11..1% lIf (ius! lnp Troy lately arrived .It New : that t theie arc hut three frii ite harbors! al!' m tlie at.r<(,,oh c'lfvii IHH >%, a d <.f"i !tn.; liiddi i" .i-pc t t. I ",.eyst. i \\ iliumiM.atl. PIIlI.ll"I 0. I XV t P2l
| \"kli' ni: Lixerpwul!, placarded tin: cnptaiii : Southern c.a't-fleaufr:, S.taunahi and Buns, AsaPe ...1. ao'ju lix'e; ..'. 'iy ,it i -htt h ._ hst, "ui l j P..., .i. \Vu u Iiu.ce I*viii, G UV, n I I.i:;ijjh 3 tc L* "'t dismiMtirotn si d f'n men e..si.daik fur le- ,

.: mI: !"' 1 1ir not allo\\ lug them to sxx tar! I:I wick. The latter i is declared to possess) ;il!! the j Oce hUlh rou.'li 1.1b t a and k pienit.l ; eve-, djrk mmplfxion, fu'l |I'u..t :\I1.u 2 Rt! c' \\ rn .VI 1110.1.Or. .-:, A --

Wi- shall order from fsspiitial points of depth of water j \ve < >cr-e en, of ".lor aji[>e iauc'' j I1". .ai. J (I J; tttl.J D 01..> of; :Lh' .\dzinm-rart.c; y ;
fhrU.1.- immediately easy accevs, : .1 .d t..V! t", 'u!. e.i HI i toil i atitiii. )Ta n..mI:1..T: 2&th L
fuljii I and capibility of defenre xx'iich'! the others i'o' j i IIenJ.OI.J1I J 'Itoir Ih'II'CI 1:1'U.1: lei's--, L"ttido:1, S un 1-.7-: .I7-f>.i '
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Tin, n.n.I.1rar 1 is 1II1c',]] I : )b boron the Atlantic: uoard.--CU.IUlt'l- ;,i ro'iiit-m o have I....r. n; i u.lin iiianii emp** rae iiJbits, a.d :b uppo-t ; :I Prizit-Sn, .n..>u :p'.lr, ..Milr- Tul.ihiiiif.'h:! f I J lirW, 1537. f

Thtrinriiia.. War i is nut itrled.Tnicii i rial H-i..ter. I 'up fI:! Vrt'12 a-i is al* uii* fi.c fcer ci''h mrh *s fi .! un.rc. ti'o.ill' Tun.cr, 1 Uic.itrd CXX NO; 1 TICK.T :. 511l -

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aifurdcd.-l1usttlll Courier. of \rllalor .V LI rt'\\,3rot.f On'* 11 'fl'rCJ D..' Ki.s, C<>1 U '!<.re U) u' i, \V..iUilSts. fur nv: > -. .t 1 h. u
-in COil, :><) .. in tie ilnrJ year (.1 hts. 'I Alsua !ars for the apH ; [pjmurii .try : tIt- T rn n-v. "f
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Tim New York Commercia! c :ivs:-.\ \ci\ "':". I o cusioti o' e 1dl! 'u"lexcix* ac'"inpticc; wh'l} :hal! !h,' !ti i" \i'i- TUP "r.lt"horo D tm"" oi7t .t i id- I iV h u't., nn ;

-' plan' to save COfl1s11ltfl.'e( xxonldtre I On ill* bcr'axftl mother I I If! 1.1 n 'He, or.nioo ci n\i<- ('0'1 of a id in? ( ratcttitig :n the CM '|1t: ..f iLe II ,1, Itaz.t.ethVo5irtJ: L *nllte: bills ..f spcr i a. i ni: Bulks f'r't"m'du" ;Li S

I must f.i'l unlit tdid;-ein U :.diet, ut--pii: fr h'l I j al-trt'.:iid ;p iiurs.. iiinj;, j,11IIIr..rl'c'r".s T i r."IIJ'. : i:,. \\Tt.lrl"!' ;.i t f: om f '
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)t an improvement, however, in the addi- c dtild. n, ierussl tn (I", 4'sfnf.rPt.!, *'!ti cr nisc ::!..v w.. ; veil UUd'f m\"' LaiiJ and seal. tit s> ICih: dax of .!H I1; fur t.fl! .t.\C I it It..u wi'l plp5ca ; a".< r I.. h sr inter I'fl, ':1 iv.n-' sw-e ol the < (

., lt}f a credit In each statement. Tl.m: I tlO ;' _:iut Jo! jou nut lie.I'-vc luat: G. tl 'l.asr.i '"It d l.i.i:? { July, la";?. !uIJ. ; .d' rti.4J., (. ( $:.\ t.YI', M. > ,f..:i I."., n .it's ,"c.' >,tYIII'.II; iv j'jt' the l..u.kJ JT ol"ilia'.O.tl a i 4: -

The Florida War is (' (l.d.-(;( ,,. .,CSU,). '\'lur'l .&:' Mitli' Hieilic kiujiJo: 'nol I I/rat/ *.!!;"-and umild F:. CALL! Ta'!!ihas-,0-, J" J I 1..17. 4S. w I'c Lu t.Jry. na n'l e >R\i'e! fo.1 I ill firr>' t's'! r. 'fr.

I Tue Florida W iri is not l'/lJl'J.-Uuca. j' IHIU clh-ck liini iu lies II/1W.1.1 I flilr_ ? >.voul I '\tiu _c- t IP (J ; 'rn" of! P1!, >ru'a.P --'MARSHAL'S: I T.I, IJ Al'hTLVrti.i'.HU\, 'I'r.-a.r.-r; I I

j iminl 'him b .'k? ,n.om! 'nst ts'. wl>c'i ue '- --- -.- SALi: Jitnp-2S&' I !h.j -: sros .

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T Th' Texas pipers mention, that Gen. 31. 'i!i Count .;*. ro'ir d Ir" frc/I1IItr'll,1a! tier. ," roc. a m n o n M L 1 Ui'17' 'i!!. I r ': r,1{ [ ,.. S"'I, ; ..?, (_' ? t ?,1, iTiir: > \J L.I. : :
3nt his. been appointed fIIilJi t'r plenipitenextrai I I '.a-. W-.li e :) wl..r p, r.1-o : I-'t. i.kh! .-"o.. r"I1C"'oi l.uX..i".be"r'ZI'; :
| : ;riff; .II.t, I.t! fir. t .o. |l:1:{:- tit it pure rte'I! I a'I It die IJY IlKMI( MM J : L. CM.I. 1 1joxuriior : :11 r i t. i- E 'sr f
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tin of lc!: TI'rritol'uf I'loriila.U c.11' II .1' i't i / M.j I P. XV'ii i '.- ..,.1) 'li >ilf\ .1.I 1 1I po rout} .! u.i.iI; l I'uc-dij, the -7, ..1 Ju;c
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:\0'1; .\ posbes the longest rivErs 7. __ -_ ___ :j'l-n..: U. i r fir I ,P .Mi .i.1 v Il.> riel "I [PI r 'La. \\ .f .. .ii a .' dtfftid.tiitN. Wli t ,.h .I..lIl'! WI' C iin. -- 5
:(- t Likes greatest cataracts wide! t prairies- : t ff"1.I! \1 -jl "t.L_ _._rt'H. '.i'r J".. .. I tt.n c, .41 i V. i ,loi I ih.<. 11111.1' r <'I) I It! iwr'Ij: f se .U'I! .: o > i i It u ir r. I *' ati.: n>\ f- 'ir .'r. the twnc r' NOTICE.njp'ir'5 .
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1'I..U'\; rail ronds, the fcise_! statesmen, pret- ;( AI"II\ "'. J..y J. t..i i_ \n 's. ( in. n...:. tuiiN' i 'j.i > <1.1 \ : h-I"'!) in purlin'** ol law I do lie .'t" : t. ,"' t< S Ut *l. 0. 'i'.'. tl ,ill |1t.:1 l "t 'Hj.I!l i-. a'.e (1 t-t, I b tllo. tut .i III fit e piv .!>> i I' -. .' S ,.:

<.it t .:;.rU and rjnkest r.ittleiukes I j in the nniCrlrtll l! '' i'-, \\1,1 1: ha..1 :.' <.i-rr. ''o A C.. .tn.'. "t'r: a re oil1! u 'I'w| Hu:..''u-d 1 I olar!$ lor the .p- Smxiiini COI.L.MUL-.S, I f ApPUlldL cv/.r. \IT.> .r.the fir t <.; .s.ye.u'i-t!' : an :: -

.'.l calU t I .1, o'-lir D-csi. n, Li. li :1\ Uilc.ii.lux pr la-n-iot .nj Id! | veix-ot the anl ainf- t i1. I Mu ;] .. ii.it.u pit 3'that. .'!1)011 be j 1',.: ',? ......dsot
as Lord Duherly it.-Who : an ; In i i in t -4'; ir. 1 1. tt.r.i' ittt, .u l. ._ n -. r ?. i JU'i oce. i..r u .j I ec! ..n
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? ai.p. pI'11 01.1; I Uiltn itr- *. a. It wli! aticnttllt '
;;'jl] I lie fool ctuuzh be born up inA nj t I i \
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:n any i 5 l'm It"'oCrl Ciuc" Mori I r.; ,' and I d err-by on .,11 an '.i i tn c-aml ai'' .m -r r O t
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IVOr'tfans biccu nj ;, .
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I..'l ner of the world -:if he could het:. it -N. i it 'I, ainlbu'.d in .i 4 :rap.. ofi cr. to iif v st'.n lt1b. apjir; .iH-iisioo o! il I C' -a.d ( "t"'ii ami sc z il as ihf pi JUT v nt -.11.1 en I,i', i ____ r. C C pc >K.ny..vutici i

t. Taper.Trcn. I 5, J-iig Conic'ii, ita-io: :,c, f.-oniTair.pa, x\ .tb hy to I S' tilTen, -li'rT e ad: Ilui I I t niiir> Iif...' "iv it.chf- SH J as ; an.I il.e : 'I "tti r ("i, i',r -il!" t ,. r.' r- :. I Iix

1 I A t>:"... ,nsJi, d3l rum J I.-x'ithick t'jik h ir' .uid 'xfIrtr7 w'I'Io.i "01.n 'T.i1! r. .ji ty isol a ers ..,,., .I. ,- { ; tt-re-U afr r'.c- ita p h I r I -
I fr1. t tin n. Sppnr. from N I >, and lsrj whi-tC rs w :.1-11 lie l.ro e ja ;: his f,1witoptrio .
'he < > : : r Orleans "rt.a'lhu.t .
ctv t<. tck dinner June 21. } an"I :I\\ )k::? tt.- JuJ/e; o tf.- vl. r Com i ,. jKta ...
I L Lr. .id 10.Cr.Ulc., V S .'_, n*. ce r..' jh Munt : 1, mil 111fI, d c .I t ur. tit I i I. I IHK"" : 1 UI ,S. > P'NfAN : OLFM H. onl"r -
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| l llv" the arrival of 'ltr. Jxron fiom G.il- is inclui d 'o t i. e- S
tIe ) C I'nn.nelJ. 'I 01 tea'I"n D -t' .T Ja x 7 i h. J- 7. 1-* id 5

111:1; H'lV, \,111'nccw! nailed on the I 7tIs in4. I *-. I ]Iy C. EAI.r StJtlll:; r, \Iart fr VHi 1'u1 ,ehiro.1 I Gr t'll IMT t..y h&' d a: TV !aha .s-e, ht<. :iO'h day :.;. !.- A... ... i pr:.p. 'v iKrrti".t I')'. : J'lfH' .. t37_ x i u.:XErr.Norut. !o.w. .

: II .1 ,,Sl.j June, l ? .7. ,. r1 ;
:. are miormed that Congress adj'i'ii! ned on the c ,\$11, i., I p. !.-i yit r c rot* :r.Jnt d. e -
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llusr ; 1 ,, \CUf. "J'pl.! ell : ir rtMuii-prexiotis to journiiK'iit they .f:( r I Ilv'tuu.i_ ,; : :tUh, (< r ouw.ointu n\tr, "I" t r a x t r Leo 'onitfy

.rrl' 1:1 kern t St t'S.illlf' the results of \\ ..it-h had( 1: UI"I. in f u.i'lrt'.s. "t I H. r. -I'u I nilay 1 Kt'tjr rom the err"l- IfI:; U : I.L' '.. 1.11: I .ID i.lie IIM e bv GourdeP .... : -!.' ns'wio : e es't e vi > A- -

|-"Hri.sjiri" ; \ lien th \r--rl s.iilei. i!! Ci4. ,41. Ju') :T, b':. ji kn.c... 'i\.ilciii l fM :Vu.t.j i j i i'i 1'P. At:1.. I It t I llAktf.txii.: ;:r'I'' 'as tH uizJIa.au ..!',u'a xH'_"',t .|lt j.' U I II.i.ucI:I, q I ': .. u, heU..' l 01 L'-'iir .. r i II t -; P W t-> ., '., f- OS .s c .11 t deC ii'tL .
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I l.x It Lm'. ': I.hl."l' 1.:1-.1..1: J'I' iH I r t iai fc. lU 4_. (u i 1 "- I. :;;. I lEe L !\ht'.LU'1'tI.J JI .

\v(. .ire inforined tn a p M-n r::r <,n h >ar.J : 7,1 I j.t._. < >il. Ju*, ruijs.: f : A 111'/'1 i j. 'a. I Pa-> -1 1z t v iLe U mra..I\\Jtll'! A 0 O P'St.' K.. t--.' i <. 7 II ill Jut. I7 a c -i i a II C.- ..K: :. I -
it B. that the toxxu TN ..xie!! Lid lx .Mis. :\; lv. : I "lttl.l."t'l.1: lh. 7 -; a: CII"t'1, j..1'f .ta-lex'is ,.I"i -- ----- -
o (.n ta; .I'-, I iibSJ4ii'tir.i j 11'1':1 j !!, of t tl.e :'t.ilid' Oji ri< : ______ e | jut :. -

ot-fl ill1.1 sacked h.L the C.iui.iiirlie: Indians I \ hol'dIred 6. Ii i.c. 'rl! i *, Crl :ai., in *i. I A 1'3' .' h.c<):a j t !T t. 11L'RIVGjr.y I' a tt: jineV "I ro, J. ie, 11, !.wi .', at.'. 1"0 e
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: inhauitaiits IJiii.; -, t 11.1 !a Aa'C'.i: ".I. l"cn'e fi .>ra 1'! .i ah >s.ctT, O- ,
J jlie ii-xv that reniiiii I 'i i . i --u'.d U ul' ":ml com'. 1 hall M e" tt>, l .1 x il-.i I i r, ,!'I"r .
Is' f II n.'I, 'I l tS P.Vl.N im a 11'I.
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rn .y can, it is said; Liui'j fian'n' tbll"011J.11, !,. Hu \1 l I"-f.l\ -..C. l.d! 'I.l.V: "1 llU "> -7, I III 0,1. I I H' : .ri 'f'. .. v. & set} .h I na
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1111.1: uairiors in the field-and l.raxtry .: tidss ) < d.! .'C," 1.1. a. J D Z 13 UUL. t10t\,1. "> 111n'i. leg 5\ .5 It "' d ". ,1'.

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!Ji ue i11" ..\ put the Mi \i"* ," excnI'tlM g or 15. I' I.j u.n 1 Ir t Y RC.e..OGE-dnir.!
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\\11I'11"\1' thrx in.nle then appearai.cc*. -- '-'. --- -- -,., __< .V "i "i.I"'s ii i r .1. I I. p < -'I .i :ti,uj'i u. 1I. II.t' n> o x y jf i -

Tut- number now 4'lI.lg1'd! p in fc\a! ..tatin i I _' the AOTICC.L > 1 'I I v..tt'ttS.; .11.1 I j. .. t e 11"' C"l t VI i ei v i. C..I ..it -.ti i I.. a i. I' i.2 a t. t. L ri f r '.. l: ., r i ; i 1... i In" i 11 I w ma.Te! '0
"'flier vt l Txas, is.ibotit ol U.IO, !led on!, il is t pr sons 1.t Wlt31.t.J a..ait.M ma: dn-; or 'l.HII ". I .." Kill: \ !. -I f.l)4 S, II a l | VI..I u 'o;, hit 'tI.l't. 'ut i''r. u ,i:, *. .' .. "'lII i. ix '. 'tit it r te:: "O.1 ty r.f 5

I\t. bpuiiVtj xxi Iite: men XNuo di .J: it.e lo.,"\\'ui t.tiifs, ;a I th y ueit u:fit it '.in j ii r' I.. H'' c ,. .., :, ,'u..1 i t"* I f \.1:1.* aliti>. -311! c. '' ; ana. .,' "i 't'i i.i: i <. a t" : '. t t. ., i ei > ..' ..' n.i rt: :an .cii lit -s ats of -

cd lilt! the Ijeinjr >5axx I. tlJ i e iiigtu 't tli" .J .xj.ni 1 It..7 "tJ tc I hi'.1 ir,!! I I. :. .1',1.! : ". uC t tieri.*{; uiadi' as i .r : i. 81 jet' y is m l.t i a pci '4ia.>.: .'.t.i u i .tj w.r i It.vi -J..t t i tr' x' dceied.W1LLL.M.MILLS.! !. -

!OM rnnitnt, 1-axe joine.l tin in), tr 14' I If.utti" !t.r 6.0J lt nu ditm. f one ; .::-Mtf.i! )'< N : .\d ., .. -:I.II..r.Ju'y ; ii.tUue. accord nj;; 'o .axx. .
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| wi.ated and lead them onto c'ecd of lapmeai i i t. .', J'all.) :c't' : ; -t-- 'I iiU>. I TON R .N/J" '.PIT, \. June I7ih t-':7 .1j-t.\. -
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AIjttnt tii'iirrai'III (UHcc', 1 1-- ds TAKKuiicK.;: : t S
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families ot ciub 15 I: .
f <.r.cx me >u v-ii i
we are aUn inirmecJ.l're Iiol. 1.1.t I. '
; i % 5, p '\dl!,|f Ikm.c d; ,. nj u jr >.n Jiuii's V iiit'iii.Mfc '. v UL'\ I.U-: : I I ::, I: .\ItLiJX1'; 'lid I "perty)' i> dc.rtte.I rot I lLI th -f t..,." :(r" tjruii-i the esfaie of II \H-! S
.uf dfiftfj'ii ni des from \\ ,oll < ton ndli' \ ( I'alj!! i-" I.- July I I37.: i-l.a.: 'e el I Uo.i.in '
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) : .I'I i.t.-e.ji! J in. T l I r.iugh'i; .ors.i.( < "II. t J j- i Ins V. tame ) L" R county, deceased',

II I apathy" oldie peop'.r: in that town not pdai-ein! _he p. "t.ih, aie--duf."J -. -- i u' hit'! s all nu b ,'.tr P',!tfLt ful y auhentita'nhn -.

it-re tdL/-n! to cirt-st their blood! thirst., li i.K itr5 .'i, ,. j''l! jo la) "e I or i cn. r : ,\,1. u'nnt! (j. ii-ial, x'cx! 11..11 i I. ..e"'ary t ; -- --- 11.US n -- SLE.. I 't i II.e tune pre: rib-d by law, \ ill be Kx.retl.Tb.i .
A.t *:..: ''\a wi LI l irjacn lei. 'Le I C. .very yl f T1IJ.I. ii. his f..-:...xjon i 1\(." ': < i t"h! ..j ii'f.rn i \L\H : i a __jlnoi ;:. bLX.O.V lAYL'R,

Pi.Jent [dieuux i.oteb .'I.d ci.ci k. .1.11 1I Utiiti.i: I ; c.it'i; i -.: 'in'- tii-t ad I H'C". u Ui,- (; .E : V Vlit Tl L a .ilil.t pinu..,L. ot a un' cfflt.t. Jnr.f 1-, I I-.-; Adin:M':' 1lOr. --
I Houston has granted] furloughs! to J.b bum tt t. >'ni. in xx hi I li the t
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*";ny a'l'! the tflicient] iren! comj!osii2! the ari Tt:1II'M"e. Jily_. 11, ti.c. .S I.jl. ; 15; I.rrcio.-.'I I- i'lri ai'iei l Gia&i'. I I.. I.'."), 1 :' !>I uiCe lies ol Aujerii i'l| : aut.tiU. : Ld .. h.l, of her l'. P1

*i II il.e Itepul-Jic until about the. middle of -_ Iud Br"y (U ;1. i.t'iijmit.JJ I IJi.rr, i .d, -i to i X\ till un atii(! another an-OUM.d: "nii>, -ued *.m ul: I( LOS'I"( ) _\ c'.

C.\'I'IO\. b. n.:dclo! uf at 1.1.L1.jj-.. -, i.jio' P- I Itiifir : t.fnreiioi C".r' ol$ tut' X.iJd'f! I I'lsttict 0 I.',... i.ii, I II. A unCT t'.e' 25. :ti> ..;'v t i :M' tv la-r, 'Aa* .o.ial.u: 111 i: 4 4

l iuber? and ill cae of not returning at the ,; A Lt 'erns cauu nCJ? aain't tta-linj fv a 1
\JI'Cjfil'd, _IrC to forfeit all their lands, and I SL note nude pajaUi-; me h) Aurcd Al. Gatlin, : 'h'l t"'ac'i.'olll' ai.x.iu
met tlri'.ill'ccs and emoluments WhiCh they Jo. I 1.j iln Tin-said t Ho..us' s da'd Fd.ruaiy Li'' .', luI(1 liul nx;: in re, ..ri the natue .unl tank ut e ul. cu i.-1: I in :.-'r .Ipr ae "-'.:imm.ttF'-' ., r.d s-u.i I I... 'I.;e j I.: I. "rr. -. \'r'n'n: ... ictniir'vt: ."! J 11:. .X. j P.) .in t tl.xe.> -) : s.

lIj'IV. lATiauJdueoB: tie if! cl i\ 01 J.mua.y lf3T.au: Oi.sM.ir.ed: lI11lc r. >:A \1 L'ILItK ILL, C. XX illi.tnis: ai.tl, o'Sierae: ''" en, 'atts I I"t. :le-j 1 I.'r;:>' s,ze s Iior t. a-.:;n' ,n,,. ,at'I L .i >. H.t l.y t I

1ui'u ,; ','):: has .,eeit J..!' cr iijislaid, aid the inaker is hetCb : 47 Adjutant iJi-neial o 1'to i xied iipo'i! anil ,1.11"11 > 111' nx"es, n-nddiv .1. 'v rin. 4"r.f .\ ..in r11 1I'.n.a! u u is su' p 'c .-.i 4

1i "Ie above as we h"- rd it from pas ) n.-utMt'1 nut 'o j 8)' it t in ..ii\ out Lui iiiyscli or,111V _- .-I **ej leinb.-i. I l37: b.me n, It'.; >l in.ursi un slid 11.y, :i-1 \ er.' 3.M ,;"i'd[ lr."n tit "'ii i u>. Ii tlllllld I, n' -,. .,S

1P b''r tin houd the B, who, flOm the con\er-I, older. JO.-hP.i W. -1t.L1). I Caution 10 the t ubi(. he t'oiin Hou-e 11I1 I e.ii C"I1.% \po>e to sa "t- i1 S. .. q.e..l on-' \' 1'11. a-t ,":, .. d i I...r il iewa.il nixtn tin .

'1iI.l1m U /had with him we At) not thiuk,; would I :! Co.um.ius, Ga. June-S. |II: q.) .'.)I-t: fW" HC ul.dfblIC"' li i-.s it due lo itu puMic 'o pus 1 I IJI 1' the hihoi Lidier :tot oa-ih me! lolo"i! i.g t'e..cnbt'i ..t, i.t.er! meat a w. I Uc .1.teJ( to ret them !I''I.!.

'11Tt'JI/l'Y'nl)/ them oil t ihf n' guard .
Up, tate Tcxian aQairs.glit JhaesinSt. Marks for sale. I, :wi'lJlllert.orllll..J,7ulclf.U\.t\.1) I LAT i. a L t i I. nuri' and MI.. 01 n". 1 I., 3. T.: ._), lUnge I l\\ I). S.r is stroi ply I *u pnt d tin se r.ictean vr ,

A., be expected, the disbanding of the I niUM-nutr is .IDXIUUS tubf. I hit two i.ou-es j in I'' tei'* B' v .er, \\au hh tec-n in II.IS rare ur totT'e tune, % 4If"J ; Lot n. I sec :.1. T I R 1, > & \ ; L.otno '<. e'I .... tWill. Nc\ Y,>ik. Titc dior o: ih-rxovv '- ,, -

r' I'ib! given much dissatisfaction to the peo- THE MJI k. 'I he iii IIIL if A Lore house. 15 IJj t 35, t' ar.d Jell my liUU witU'ti r. in.; hi": bill lie tad 2, sec e, '1. 1, it 1NuV; I-. J Xi seo 5, "\-..it Hi riM n i'l 2 vc tin- al!.Jv. IXXM ii.scruon.t t'ti' '

iII, *ho from itli absence are cxpowd to the feet, two st"nes In""li, bull in tint nx.st tubs a.,inl, 11 I when he leu, lo ray knot-ledge, onlx ,ne I Hack ""illt' 1' I. R 1, .N t-, H'a d ,the improvement theieon]I "j'\e i s".i'h' vtax' "'tp| i1 em. 4S

lturs ulIs j i iii.iniiei.ceil. d ubovc mid L L.W. cuiiluiinii;; l\\ u t>.me !' tthicli he we.irs constati Iv, and Ii sreeu piirnf |1311. I ex'ied upon and so d as 'the! p i-perty ol aid I h i..o p

of tI'f' Indians and Mexicans. r cmstih cuunu-ii and tlielnny. and ihibe g" dI i i :'aloo.is; also a | air of ->ilk < heck do ,s hich he xie.tr. !1,11' r C. l II> 11 anis, 10 .o.lfI.fvai.1 l writs ac ordins I toa _\on i:. S teli

army also appears to be dissatisfied with I I I ...JtIt.g tii.e uilli J piixJ Lr.cK iliiiiiiii J InI I only ln I iamciU.tr! tc .icms, Will" jair I of silv. i \\-. '11 1 I.O-s l ISH > 1l.1\ DOLl'U1. THIRTY ihs atu-r dit-,1 nill apply to) ilo 4 -

'd'l'lIt IIlJuston-thcir( wish was to attack, I!I oiliti lt..U!>e it. W'II ad.ij'teJ f.r. piivait, te-idciitr, "-"s ti uii wine i gla"I It' I' !uppu>ed u> have ISvfcAM. H. DLVAL, P. \.I.D.itd Jig. IIr be 6upi.rf:: r Corn f r &*'

-sible take Metamoras President i h.it a g'>ol kILcl.ell.u.,1. {.anJen, wi II encloict. and qUi( .uoc Alannnna.. 111- ny intL'iitu.n. in future, tn J,111.. .. 1 :I=. 4"-l S 'is r.cI. ul W st Fbi tJ.\, for I-a"c to sdl the r..>I e'. "S

I but L L'Q5,1 1 be iiia-.t roiiiiortaOii. at a btntill toiLe thib method with ..J s ii.dler- of like'' htr-c er !talc bo.t-g:: to Ia.h i PuKet c'eitnheJ.MAI i

'ce would dot accede to their demand and I I '1 ei in*quiic wnl be n.ttO: at coin: vi.1ig.! ;LJJ'tIIIIe AMUl.COLLI.NS.. Job Printiuic g III II"ty necu.cJ at ih.- oiLce l t r'l I HP.i XV PA UK I i-R; AdlJliuisr:1tor.J : 4u..jfJ

tleir discontent ; 47-"Jt -i' i.ricittii, i li.aLat e. ck u ;UOih? June Is37.: t..
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ADVERTISEMENTS. fresh supply of this VALUABLE MEDICINE Judkins' Patent Specific, Oin

the Brig Howell we just receired.REPARED The above Ointment is offered to the iJ.tT '

OTICE.-Six months from date I.will apply to BY choice sate and certain remedy forthow obstimuj-:

1."t the honorable Soars Bryan Judge of the County we offer for sale on good S PAN! lome of which have so long baffled the skill of

Court of Jackson County, to be discharged from 100 bbl Baltimore science.

the farther administration of the estate of John Rix, 50" N E Rum hat White Swellings every descrirrtv
deceased. WILSON ROYAL, Adm'r. is'' Country Gin 2d Sore Legs and Ulcers oflongTuSV

April *:!, 1837. 37-Cm 50 Champ. ; 3d Schirrusor Glandular T man. V' .

mQ Dm i lJe 6 gm b 1J'g sh 10 Casks Malaga those hardened tumours in women's PI '
NOTlc E.-Six months; after date 1 shall presentmy 20 bbls Old limes terminate in ulcerated brel'hich| aiq

1 accounts and vouchers to the lIon. the Co: Auctioneer &: Commission Merchant Madeira, Port. 4th Felons or what some people eaDtN.know

Gain of Leon County, as lulminis'.rator on the estate .At.t !!) ID, .Q I Mondays & Saturdays. Old Irish o' Catarrhs, of every description bt'a0

of Jacob Horgcr, ties and npiily for letters 25 bbls Molisses! 5th Rheumatic Pain of the joints.
rni' ;ory on said vstttc. S7EPHEt. :-; JiS-1 City Slablcs-fonncry Peter Robinson. 50 Baltimore 6th Sprains and Bruises of

March 2Jlh, 1=37- 33 CmSjSIX jjpTIIE following rules and regulations! are adopted 15000 Ibs Baltimore t .1 whatever part.itnata. every description kq

- for the government of the above stables; and will 100 boxes Raisons 7th Tetters of all kinds. In this
months after date, I shall apply to the be strictly observed!, it hoped they will give general 50 Prunes treat, in applying the Ointment keeit*
//on. county court of Leon county fur letters of Dis- satisfaction and r out of lost
prevent: any misunderstanding.The 3000 Ibs best Loaf j water- !)
ion from the administration the of Robert
mi"" estate Wire of 100 8th Chilblains I
aHack kegs water or affected
Cojvland. dee: and four $15 00 per day, 30 boxes and kegs r. TO pars THE PUBLIC.by frost
S. //. 1UDLEY admr.
Hack and pair 750 40 bags nquira 'I he fut!{ w'n
; communication
Jan.: 21 1S>7 :Jl-Gin Sulker and hose 300 50 kegs White prielor Judkn'! n:..._. A_addressed_. _. h Wile,
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g; < lX months after date I shall apply to the lion. Single horse 2 (X) 200G6 best Spanish -- -- -- _. I raliaferra, member of Congre'ss.is"highlyiate\n ,.!

f K? Jud c itt the County Court of TiilVrson County do do 7 00 per week, 5 lihda! Sugar SOLELY from vegetable m:1tlerby The gratuitous- manner in which it is if

for a final discharge from the administrntion of the Horse at Livery 23 0!) per month 50 bags Buck Shot, JACOB HOUCK, Baltimore, which may be feelings of no ordinary character tow3rde.*Jv! *

estate llenjamin, Starrs, late of said c' unly.C11AI do do 1 i"> per day, 30 kegs Duponts..: with perfect safety by all ages & in all diseases ; and is certainly dcscniV Jr"
LKS AKCLELLAN Adm'r. Single feed CiJ 40 boxes Sperm cure are for the following diseases :-Dyspepsia, attentive \el P' li

Monticcllol2th March: 1837 3',! (Cm.i All horsrs hired must be paid fur in advance, unless 50 Smoked of Appetite, Indigestion, Inflama;ion 01 the Sto-
-.-------- l the person has an account with the stables. 10 Tierces Rice Heart Burn Dirreha, Dysentry or Flux, Piles, Sir-ithts been my wish bur Jan 23 18
i IX monihs, after date! : 1 shall present my accounts No horse delivered without an order from theowner 50 Dues Brow Obstructed Mensuration, Ague and Fever, t-> communicate 10 lOU the a t nsilerabl 1
) :\11,1 1 vouchers as aJmini-.trator on the estate ofHanisliuincy or to his known servant. 50 doz. bottles or Remittent Fever, Typus Fever, Scarlet have used the ointment invented good effi'

late of Leon County and npply fora Smokeing in the stable entirely forbid-The "establishment 100 pieces best Small Pox, Erysipelas or St. Anthony' Fire winch I now understand is made by 3Ir.Judki&1;

l-sphargf SIMON:: TJYLOR, will be closed at 10 o'c1ock-Perons entering 100 Coils "' Rope Measles, Yellow FeverCostiveness appointed by I .ld
April;! 22, 1P37.' 3SCmNOTICE. will please close the gate. 5 cases India on the Stomach or bowels, Cholera Morbus: dunn the last yoursef to 11 pplieclhis oil

THE PROPRIETOR- 10 barrels No. 1 Influenza, Colds, Coughs, Inflamation and wound,.without failure years every species a
March ,1837. 20f: Lead Corn Brooms. the chest, Palsy, Gout, Rheumatism Infiamatory to produce a cure i
( IX mouths after date will to the Judge instance. I consider it the most
,,, we apply throat Croup, Inflamation of the heart : decidedandetloR
L lIf the county court of Gadsden county, for a final JVcw-Storc, Provision anti Grocery. Putty! Demijohns, Diseases of the Liver Jaundice remedy in nil cases of tumor, be cans
Door Mat ,
discharge from the udministration of the estate: of Cf| THE subscribers have united themselves under arands. English : making) Urine, Gleet, IystericsNervuus, Difficulty Scro- may, and I have found nothing so Vc for !
pcntineImperial< ; \ ,:
Ilooea Wilder late of aid coumv deceased.JACOB the firm PEACHY & :MANER, for the purpose Scotch. Snuff bottles, : affections of the members and lil{ nments&, Mer- any dtsl'riptin may be proper add'
11. WILDER. ) Adminis- of establishing in the town of St. Marks, A Brown. and Vencral diseases, Ulcers Sores Affectations cure the tthitcswcAing I
egar, Spanish the '
'V. I. II. WILDER. by most distinguished
Qninrrlay Oh, I 1S'J7. 5 Jtrators-II-20tsADMINISTRATOR'S : g.m Q fBgm Ig III Q W lS tQNl Salmonc.- &c. For I the skin, & all diseases arising from Impure Blood, and which they have decided physicians\\ as tp-,
STORE. Their and G. H. &T. Price per bottle $2. oulihouc.
buildings being large commodious I lion, prove fatal to th.
NOTICE they likewise propose attending to the Receiving Tallahassee! Oct. 29, medicine has t powerful effect as a Spring and diate notice, effected by fatitnt. of wn Judkin's Or

T the July term, We :shall apply to the llonoura- and Forwarding of Guuds and Cotton, to which Purifier, in those whose constitutions require and the patient is in fine health his limb
./j* We Judge of the County Court of Gadi n coun- hey pledge them"clvcs: to pay such attention as will LAND II and new vigor ; such persons would be the being restored to a perfect; al,

it'ftrafinAldicharefnta: the administration o:f entitle them to a liberal share of patronage from the ,IIE Subscriber i is benefitted by using two or three bottles, which tl.n. Also, that the leg of an aged man state o
Merchants and Planners ofthe 'crriw and ___ LIe! Tracts of Land :" be taken without drink diet. nCI" atru
the estate of Joseph 1'ichU, dccrascJ. } ncigh-; rert t or Many wounded, sail J exhibited one dreadfully tjrjnjj
J.\1.: \ IRON, ) lminis- boring counties of Georgia. Their goods will be miles from Tallahassee. are diseased want of blond being pu- fare fiom the knee lo the foot, and /.
"r.1.Olt WOOD, J traturs. sold low for cash or p:odu *e. As they will endeavorto 1U-20: Acres 150 cleared Thouslnds of pcrns 1 f destroying lheir con- than two years, had teen considered; which 8

l,pnl l), JS37. 38-tf keep on hand a constant supply of choice and superior cleared. And the third 8 neglecting to apply a proper remedy ; to effectually/ ctncd by the cf incanbtr JudkirftV*
-- ---- -- qualities of Groceries and Provisions of every These lands ire equal to the Panacea will be more than double valuable : relent 1 tncnlirn these! .rllic.\ [
l'UTIC E. de.-eription.; Country :Merchants and Planters will will be sold on terms a a certain and effectual means of restoring them to I i m*' imnif diate antics and which fell '

A. LL poisons injcl.tcil\ the estate of IlnhnnlV: I f.nil it to their iutere to call. The.: store is now health and vgor ; fcW families are exempt evidence of the eSlcary; of management this 'ue as

./.Siaiibrd, are mja'Stcil to make lunnedia'c: PlY- I open JOHN BLAIR( PEACHY. T.l1aiaasseeIarch 15th Scorbutic Affections which exhibit various morn and of ulcers. 1 date remedy eas o.

inrnt. and those: IJangdaim? against said esmte I WM. :MANER.St. as Eruptions,Ulcerations, Debility, Loss symp the good c flVt of this !experienced in as dcc ,
will be< authenticated alaI presented wihin: the time I :Marls Jan. 16th, IS".C::: -23lf.Hoxvamrs Land and Digestion, all arising from impure p, and of: species of rrnu-ly fresh wound.the rue; nf ft;,

viesciibc-il' bv !la\v: or they will bs foiever barred : jlh"lI.t 1 moo Acres of if not properly attendee to, are sure to produce I that every one who willonssrtrcn haecmstt
and Auli- any the npcratioaofi
Tonic ,
June ::, is: 7r-tf JOHN I/.LER which is greatest injury to the constitution. Panacea is re- hriinicni must be o
Costivc Pills.N from Tallahassee, for sale in all of the to its beneficial ff
seasons year, and in particu- [ .
EXEUUTOH'SOTICE.. consequence <.f the numerous attempts to palm Jan. 11, 1837-23 If l as a preventative from all c iseascs in warm climates I can with'I the I utmost cOI i-r.ct i rccoin.ticiid eta

A LL persons w ho have any demands: ujpinM. the79L 31 spin tuns imitations of Jt.wand's'ahl.ble :Medicines James those persons, when diseases are prevalent by I l of this va.uw.p I remedy.I
on the JuLlic-hc l.as d lc.lcrmincd+ to confide: the am sir! trry ::
I resrerttln"y
state tifVil.iun: Peterson, la'e of JacksonCounty the Panacea three or four times w cek,or three '
I'.crrnKO.I, arc berth} rtqiics-etl: to present sales exohwMcly .o agents indifferent parts of thecountry DRAPER A four table spoonful's when going to bed, and the JOIIN'ALIAIERIO,
To Mr. CL.u lcs Herons
tbe.i 'itllvl.tel.tr\ -uh.nhers.. front whom 'iloiie tkr genuine article can be .' .' / fear i .
; is to may no apprehension bcmr attacked .' 'rolr1lM.r JUcki'iC'
; .
I had, anti to guard the more effectually against the im meat, near ( : + .'
J( ii IN\Vl'.Vl'TERSON, ) Execu.ALFnED (.Yrzttlunr .Yori of F. : ) the Cholera, Yellow Fever, or any other disease, 11
L. WOODWARD toiv.JisncH positions unauthorised venders ; IH has instructed this medicine is valuable C PILES-.1
J restorative of the
Ins in Boston, New York Phil.dclphia and just received from r sys- D<:r* re leaving
Fi7.:: -i:5: -tf agents HA invigorating ihcconstitution e.iaWin! { ard muchcf.artic.'B t
Baltimore, to woke no sal's to mtrchantsand cthtri ntof ? : in whicn voce appear bilges the
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!\O't'H'I I any .lht Mcdicinti to be turned S-mth. far sale again.Luigc among which areall the bear the debilitating effects of all climates ; i: is named Ilex+t''I1>* Judkins: P. Specifo aprittl.r
tr.5 licrtbv ffivcn, that, tlurty diys of:cr
,9i.caii.'n will; b" mad. to tin Honoiable! Jud :; .ol tl, ] the genuine Mixture: have I.* en,manufacli.icd l>y Lvle also an extensive I d blood y to diseased liver > originate in \'it-I: lainfami ot its Jl! sriel etHrncy! in cures onwthtshom 'J,

<'Ol1utr ciao (\1' I.con fir authority to sell! the real I cjus S.: Comstock &. Co. of New Yc-rk, and sent to the of every descriptionhich elrpraved appetite, or lire I am .c; acquainted. Since
I to of the I
estate licrcmafiCi, described belonging! to the estate Si.'Hi fur sal;. The name of R'oiclaiid instcadof low neatly mude, and ofnsfmc I lung. dente in Baltimore i it has performed a cure my 7
of Win. fl. Ntiinll t dice ised, section 'J.!3:5., : and 31, sell!, is on the bottles of the imitation. The genuine offered in the scuthern ', I resembles, in point of taste and flavour, a Itch!I friend of mine nlfiietod! '"ill the P;!ies. Hating

(township I'an, p. 1, North and EaM t.-X E \ N aitcc:: may Le I.j 'jf ll.c; following: ; persons, v\.io arc clothing, also yrntlts s rather than a medicine. Every person after I''I scIJccn! J sufferer for camp ymrs with this diq

11 J t-cetiotr21' I, ]R '?, N :11. l 1 K.-X \\" 1 :NV Inc only .7grwjt/tit this part ,'f Florida and Georgia;; hats, cloth and fur cnps of' ; mercury, in any way, shoultlnvc recourse to .;tis :!e, I now unhesitatingly appicl! ymr
x-ctioii 3.iT, 1. liJ, N and K.-\\' } rf N t: {, \" 'i.; Bainanl jr. &r.o. Gel.cndgcnt, Tallahassee, one to seven dollars each, : or two bottles of this me decline e f meat mmy 0c'aM', and am.'ratitie.l that: Icu

; N\VIJI'SH.LEiSU !, II'SEI,1'isii: \Villiam Ke-rrfc: Co., Thomasillc! of plain and ruffled linen, ? l or \hen the system has been impaired by excess, it made a perfect; cui-. J. .\.
n ; N \V i, i: 1 N i: J, -.f''tlu. 7V { N Jr 1, and S James C. llccles, Uumry, sons, collars, stocks, sti>- nourishes, strengthens and supports it:-it i is not Counting GElS,

W ? smi- n r', T :, It'1, S aiJ E. JA'u.. 1 and 7 SWJHP, Lloyd, & Co. St. :MniKs.Tli ;. canton flannel, and net too fir to add, that it actually prolongs,life. A fewctks ago a ease oC:nomar.'s rrl sore lea

AIAuV.. white and colored silk! and time, and has received more testimonials! in its
NUTTJLL Darius Williams fi Co., Monticello: nipple scarcely{ lo be seen-her dppcaraarida
Aiim'r \\' \uttalliec'd; J. D. Carpenter, :VuckasOoKy. a lot ff negro clothing, all for its efficacy, in so short !time, than any.th ly spoke the great misery sl.e was in ; she toUi
JiiTerson June 17th. 1"J7.; .l.:-"nv according to the quality of medicine ever discovered and its nan>e at bona and she hail Leen ssl
county, > The label of I:. Barnard jr. 3 rC). will boon all the ;rah tic funthstil it,aid r
'- bottles sold ) ll.c above in the TerritoryNov. will induce hundre, nye, thousands, to up- carried to her bed she .
-XI"( (trntoiVolirc7 by n onts. ; \ : I.uced !
for it to the true virtue .
LL Tallahassee! July 7th lh'57. 4<3tf 19th 133O ( reap thereof it ; other thins hat l Lccn liied. put
A Persons Indebted to the ovate! of N. B. FolVL !- Notwithstanding Jld
----- -- -- -- -- attempts may t' oi.tiiicr.t, known-j! it teen
i! late of Jefferson il. .aeJ imrair tat successfulia
soot, : Couu'.y: < ate re- confidence of the in the
1. Q g'IJ :E-41lJ. 'Il 1J..g public efficacy and She ;got and led the
"N j to dirtctiou.coinpaning .'
<(u< ted to come forward andseq't.1 'he J satins : ANoall of this medicine it will lcI\ :
TilE i Estrayedfom, the : power go oil to conquer :t in 21 h.'iirs
mdcl undcrsioucd rfifpo-ulully informs/ the planters ; parr was
those d
>t< to the firi i ol (tioldtir and IV.oiiiwill gut;
come forward and tnaV.o i"n'di.li( of Leon and adj IT nt counties, that In has made a small Irk Bay Marc 12ly"A relieve the afflicted,and ear l for itself the rood I broke! .and mnicnccil dist-'inrginjj copiously,ttl
paymcn and DAMU C. M'lLiov Ins I tail; weal and is of thousands and tens of: thousands. Alrea eontn.uedsorrdays the from
aLl.] all those having demar.iU! against the estate or appointed fJtorney to sell J paces ; relit extreme p
rra. will present them to the !-u.rit.er. properly' : L.V.. Pit'; j.atuu Cotton CULTIVATORS he i same tune, two mouse : it has earned for itself a name which das'ardly at- to perfect ease excited' the '" astonishment

lenticated within the time piesrnbeu l'/ law, or I respectfully) invites the I :ante rs to rail nn.l I examine i one recently broke, the ( cannot reach ; that such is the fact, the number few days reduced her ure,1st to its usual stae,11
I for tllem j Any who w ill letters in possession mnst fully satisfy Lie most in- the
they will be barred of recovciy.EBENEZAR. !>c'cs. C. F. CLAUAUC// I person eight days cure was coipIete.C. HERSTO.tS:
FOLSOM: Adm'r.J TallalusscDec.. 2C j, 1S3G. 2 I-If I to me un my plantation, 7 i + ; and were it necessary, there could be ob Ftcdcrick county, .\ pr.l; 3,1325.-
hassee. or to 11. H. Berry numerous testimonials underthc sanctity of lie
the 17th: 1837. 1 l.:,-6w BEWARE OF IMPOSITION
-.-. -------_. ---- --- Jailor's IVolicc.COMMITTED libert'.ly'! rewarded Any : of those who, after suffering the mostncutcand Messrs L & R TLowrnlcs m< rclants,Cum6rrlu
MIDDLE Dl&TRIC'l'-FRANlLl.INSUPERIOR!: tu tile county Jail of Jefll-rson/ gladly I received by { protracted illness, hive been entirely restored to Gcnthmcn)1.:rstoos aertfortheak I

C( URT. county on the JStli ill>;t. (\vo ;fugulive slaves, viz: but it does not enter into the cIJrlrcn.i"n: of Dr \.m JuJkii.'s pateniSJM cificointment,

Hiram .Vi/nr-r, and lltra IT. ) I a negro man who says \his name i is BOB and says March lath 1337. how his possiblefur botanic medicine to effect. |Ibuii you that 1 last. summer I was affiictcd! 1.o.I'

1"IJd.r, .'lffc1.l":. halire; l I lie bcltfnjrs I to George T. \Vanl of Lean county, L0:11)OY wonders in the healing art, as experience has I' leg-the famcof Jiukiiv'! :Oinrmcnt iiiJucedine.j

vuiltr tin 7ifA, stt/tc! nn'I firm \ .Itiickmniljor SI- I alsoii negro man who says, his name is \YESLEY DOZEN : \ then competen: lo perform, but such are the a jug of it-but it happened not to be of Mr.Hm
Jf.Jllt'1t S Dnb t's' i.1 12x1b,1337.Jr. 5'I issued. ./;>rt/ and that he helong! s to George The Drown 0 f II 300 from Ln '' The that above they medicine cannot can denied.be obtained of G. II. & T. but nat!my c. leg I used:kept it gf acfoiilifg tling1 worse.to the printed dirta(

//. Hurprf, Ih.si'r Sumpter county owners are LINIENLERGEItMonrr.c stre't, Tal.lh.I"scf! Mr licrar-na truveiing; to tIle west athouse .
tf'H an1 Luc+ Li tiny\ "TJ/IOrr.-1, requested to prove property pay charges and take Feb. 251S3723lf: with proper directions for using it. 4i' during! .the time, tn looking at stepped tbeomlffi

oj 'r. t;'L'. as ]Itrjttrt'Thorntvi, them away. SV IJIiUING'I'ONJailor.. UEGITL.-\It had, he iii'ir cduttly prunounced it not of his m
I; r.it'n'nll_ Jan. 21 I 1837. 3i um SCHOONER[ PtrryTovnshipt Midi' (CountyPa May : 133;. and furnished: me with one n I.rli was1. On opa

ffflHK( IH'fcn.Jan's! in said; suit, and ail: others i i.t1. in- -'I'wt'nt-rin------ Dollars- Howard. initial, M. MR. JACOB HOl"cl-Sir, I feel myself constrained al.c SICnlg: it 1 un sensible: of the Iitureoceiit ,

ten s'eil, will talc noiiccof! (' institution thereof inform you of the effects that oJ Panacea h:+ i i.1 :' .n applied! the
amLschr 'Va
and l of the i-suin g v if said aua<:-huient this diy, re- Q TIt" ED from the Livery Sabk-, Tallahassee, \ ferson me. In the year 18 JO", during; the months of Jan gave me, to ralY legs it betaum, in a Sl\C .
tuiOAi'! to the :May (special: !) term ol saul Court: a 1.1''elJriht' : Bay HOUSE: lean in flesh, has ,February, March and April, I was employed in meat on using the last pi stet, and continued!
{aid defendants! Ix-ing non-resrijririi) and that theyarpeir two what! hind\ feet; and, a white star in his forehead, Marks and N.regular Orleans.pack I with a thrashing machine, and caught cold, it gnquj.e well.

+ :. jihad' to the ilccl.uatiou filed: ill saul salt o, Said horse went away about two months ngo. St5.. the dust seemed to settle: on my Jungs. I suffer- This ointment I* cert.tinly( very !
according to the' statuses in suHi c+sf 1,1alt" and pro will be given l.isdelivuvat* Capt. Bro-vn's Hotel 'I ply to.Swaim. Loyd, & much pain, and could no longer attend to my bu a ruldbe a pity it shook! be [lost to valuatle1 S.
Kirk' Tallahassee.Nov .
vided.! GEORGE S. II .H'KINS., lIy'C u{ rn. CAUTION. e)18 183G.: : ; the pain was located in my breast, particu COUtttl.i au.cle, bearing Iho ninic and p in :
--Ipril 1;;;;;7. 1-tf Atty. for PhFs. Tallahassee: March 23th: 1337, J3tf on the left side. I was also alHcted with night ; : WM K NEJFld'CumbeilanJ. !

__u- = and fever, I sought the aid of various Phyi- May 11, 'o3t
ivcAV-Vork St. ,ii.'kS line of Packets l :g {lj rJ 1j .
lliAI3i'.MAlE CI.U'1'ill.\G.. .
I in this but all
region, to no pUI'pOP; I then Front Her Ketei'if Wa-gfi:
3j \\ ,: have ret-' iied a supply! of clolhimj\ cont.:,in- '! Offers for eled to Larl'aott county, and also to Chester co. I have kiv,wx Mr C HCISU:" to be tlieprt i
: j h.s: HOUSE
iugannssuruletrof'itiicoat: : I' "- andline'shiehu c ; i employed>e\'eral Doctors there, but derived ne of Jutkil'3 Ointment fir. several years during" a!'
I Street in the
will r ell at a :smill advance en co't. TI [ ; finally, I had recourse to your Panacea, and silence in .\ylanJu+,1 f the ointment made &J
Gil S. T l: LINDENBERGER J I .- \ Lot measures HO feet 1 one bottle, which I purchased at Le .\-istown, to have been in nueh reputn. It has beta

Dercmber2J:J, IblM --.-- -- -- T Rate Vessel and expenenod blasters i 1 ulcncc, hide indent of : I bcca.iie weaker and uet
FIR was
obliged to keep my during my residence: in tlusei'y ,\hh success
_f. t (" ': 't''l" bccmpl )yrd m tIlts line to .lIllr.m cither Fancy H'uic,
w.: S) I l.uIied as a My friends Jvised me to use no mote of 11, BJFAVG!K
?\I E Hell AN T 'r.A Y L O K I poits-a vessel: \ will"sail on the Sili and{ -Jltlt of every lie also offers for sale 'I resolved to give it a fair trial., and sent for an Methodist Book Room, I st.
inuiilh and oftener, :should rtnuiie.WM. COO street IILcrf.
p rllllac; toot measuring Lottie ; this afforded relief, and soon strength- New York \ 20ii! .
Having 'jut tmncd from New York, has taken! tho j YLLYS PRATT, Ageiu N. York The subscriber will d and improved me as much as the first had wee li- To May 1'Hersar.snamgklr

eti.r!: <: f;'ui f'ry! .*u hand prevent riling imposition, C the L'

b'.rcUlur' In '". no-v op ting;; a g uiurjl' t.I'S>.-llllellt St.Mark.-Jj.nl i: 15, IW7.I : 3G-l>''r. I Fancy and Staple: Goo enjoying beter: health than I hate done for the rs10t paid ,wi;appear him on in envelope. (

Ready ii.adc cl-itluni': =-', coi.si. tin:' .fcvcry. article: i in jUir.fc.tii'f worm j I Jiorery, ,d c. &". His :t ten years-I am aain; enabled to follow the Mil w ill be llnctcl to FI.cJnc C
'liis line of biibiiuri{ *, MIII able; lollies' i', ,n, R hrdl, will Siiip. I I j t sorted with such goods : atenJed
h last
o iicomiiiviidcd all ever since August. am fully convinced
lie add on tin iiiost acrominudatimI i r.o.. .. to parent' nursis" and others market. For Sals I V. hole-sale! and retail by
.. IL: who have the of children your panacea may be taken without any injury,
lie ha* "I. I.-o-io a tjm rui'U iibsortircnt: of mij.crf.ne management: as the! BARNARD 4-CO. ]he
clo'lts, Ca"-mcres:: and \' 'stirjs; itrently in i- most cffe'Ctual WORM UEbTuoii.Nu medicine yet disco Archer particulars authorised apply is a useful medicine. Yours, refecifully, Tallahassee, Sept. 17th, 1S3U 6eo..IJ'
vered.fuge my ; DAVID ESHELMAN
whiih he will I -
pcruJ.: sell!! by the and or |piece, and 1
wliiclicaii: be made up for tlo.e: who wish, .it theiliortcst This syrup besides: being safe and active vcrmi- The Subscribers having; associated theme
agreeable and I Tallahassee, Dec. 7, The fallowing remarks by the Editor of the in Mercantile wf MnySc.
: t..ticeand in tl.e most fasllivuablesty1e.! ; pleasant to the taste, and r.e i 'Iark buinesi under the firm
child will lefuse to ukeit. Canton OhioDemocrat, are extracted from Hawes their in
It.lcnding; to nuke Tullahnsste his; pcrnmntnt. rr sl I JAMES beg leave to inillrl
.]tnce, he 1.1-'l'cs. by |icrf.c\inn2; application to buine ss It is also happily c-ilculatcil for preventing and removing No. 100 \ paper of P"S4cu.-We April1,1837.invite. the attention and public generally, that they are now cue
other disorders of the
merit u share of public many to W lich children are : IOtCK'1 late "
in the
patronage. subject, such as bowel or summer complaints diar- Between Pine Canton and the public generally to the lore formerly occupied by the
: tilth!
I Itf'.G.:; 12 tfI'or
1t1Ia1l:1sweOct. S. Miller the of Monroe Strts
in on west
ihica or looseness: and purging, it is'in'al- another column of thi paper, un
-------- OFFERS for sale a full .
RciiU uatOe] for allaying those pains Which children su11'cutting cr Cal'incr.t'urniturc the above head. We have used article our opposite Washington Square Ue City of'

rr The StuN formerly oirujucJ by R. Y. Wcllfoiti \1- in ; Miur teeth, and. if previously used, w ill\ blo tops, do plain; \ ana can safely recommend it to the public, as I"iagte. a general assortment of

at present by It. J. Hackle)*, Esq. a>, an Auction ruder this operation| of nature p-riot Uy mild and plain Centre invaluable remedy for most of the diseases with \\areaod Groceries, when Dto
Rciuin, and well known as the hXCHANGE.I) For free from! d,nger., It iHql1ally i iliicacions in rickets with Marbletops tops Pier !: I: mankind are afflicted. Having for a number sale un terms.

:In aCli\'I' buMiiction :<" it is not surpassed by any :situ- I and in the infantile iciniucui !c\'cr. It is reccomdoil art's and single, Breakfast: .; years been subject to the INCCBCS or NIGHnIARp D. McRAENY.
in the city.! For terms apply! I l with the assurance that is fully:! adequate to the do. Sofas of all qualities 1 an alarming extent, the Panacea was recommend HAW

_\I-'c\ 17-:1.J: _R._ Y. tuWELLFORD.. I purposes intended, and that much good may fee derived : ny Chairs from $5 to $,iO I I Ie'l'ry to us by Dr. Houck himself, and we are happy o SAM1.. F. E
ItL"1'TJlt from simplicity( and innoce-nce, it cannot do description W lull we have been entirelYlevlved from that distress Tallahassee Feb.! 25lh 1S37.29tf
& NAVY IMIEI l any harmDiiuelions- affliction. As a family medicine we have no
Secretaries and Book
feO Firkins\ Northern liuttr, a first rate aiticle. accompanying each LottIe.lUarthall's witlltarlJle' and wood I in saying that we believe it is unsurpassed. Cotton Gins.SIX i .

KWIiairclsNavy Brl uII.I compound>> Syrup of Liverwort. French Beadstcads da Iron framed cotton gins fiom Braintr 'I
would respectfully call the attention cf JlajJroaifcontractors :: Groceries Provisions daily Marts in tltel
full assortment of Hair \ c c. <$.c. expectei1 at rit.

Just received to the !brcud..Vid.is] from For coughs, i-olds', asthmas, spitting of blood, liver together with ever) LOUR, Butter, Cheese, Sugar, Coffee.Rice, Lavina, for sale at the mauuf.cturer's
brig P.jJtiaiore! and R.
for sale per complaints, whooping cough, and all diseases of the house- Terms liberal ( Mnckarcl, Herrings, Soap, Raisins, T rrES
by EDWIN W )
brcastand lungs. N. E. Rum W. Rum, Whiskey, ll'V 12 1S3G. ]tf
St. Marks
ICth March lH'57. 3,2tfWOT1CK.
The restorative powers of this medicine in diseases A Spanish Brandy, Cogniac Brandy, Holland Gin,
-- ---- TIN WARE-
.-Ail, : who own ,'ara,1luts of the Lungs have been attested by the most re Tobacco Hardware, Shoes, Hats, Caps, .i carro'I''
persoi.o spectablepb'scansboth ol Europe and this country dtrl- 7.Pa I u. .& Ciothing; Saddlery, &c. turin' a
pio]city ha\ingback yards,
arerequred sl sedative All of which he offers wholesale hale
to cut: down the\\ecils and remove nil nuisances it possesses ,expectorant and tonic propertiesand COMMISSION ,at or retail, at the & limes
them, f'jrt4with--clsc will Le done their on hence abate fevers, mitigate coughs, aud almost: of Peachy ScMancr, St Marks assorttneacnd
Uy order of tlo: Inlend.int, cxpcn se. instantly removes slight and recent colds, whilst it N0. 60, WATER Dee t4, 183G.-20 JABEZ LEWIS, .THE bl e td9'
gives immediate relief to to those
D. L. which from neglect Offers his services to
EVANS Marshal.
City *
June 10th, 1637. have assumed a more dangerous character, and Geoigia and Florida !: FLORIDA CLAIMS. arenTttedsac '
4l.tf seldom fails to cure the most obstinate caces.: Wares; and Merchandise. OLIN P. DUVAL, of Tallahassee, and Franc ;

Let my work recommend--me." It will be found superior to any other medicine, for selecting of whole stocks ds dS A.Dickens, of Washington City,formerly ofho c TT F

ITHE Subscriber the cure ofshortnes breath, hoar enes, wheezingsand !them. having had long Department, will prosecute all 'V.u. p.
JL Uoache'b Store ha'ingertcled his shop at promptly remedial in soreness of the breast and trig of goods for Alabama and other property destroyed or taken off by Tallahassee.. Jan. 14, 1837. tf .

enircs tothc jiul, .liens near a first Baileys rate Gun Mill Smith, offers and 1 his be lungs. In whooping discovered.cough its corrective efforts will flatters himself that any I Indians forth and for horses &c. ktle P.in service DUVAL, or u subscribers have!3J!
speedily ; Army ,
; be with satisfaction NOTICE-The
is prepared to do Funcers plantation work. lie FRANCIS occupied by Petere
Marshall' Tonic Mixture. vor him with their r
will work on Carriages o'Jier ark received er.
bo or any Smith wr iJ Feb.' 1837. 27-tf dec. where horses will be L
that is be done in.the Refer to Messrs. attended .
necessary countryand wishes For Ague and Fever. win & Hawkins Nem Ja NB -Letters ,dmcted to John P. Duval, stem custom particularly t
his diligence i iu discharging work and hired the shortest notice
Horses on
pleasing Prepared by C. Mm shall.: Phila. and for sale bv hassee Flo-Wm. G Florida, will be attended to.
Turners, to secuie to him a liberal,share of patrona ise.. EWART BARNARD : : tension paid that will render .the present
EBER BE.IL. Craig & Baffin, St Joseph AN OVERSEER ment satisfactory to the _
next door to the Post
Bali! 'r'- Mill*, Jefferson county. June 14. I.:>> Jan. 2P, 1837 25 6ms Ollice. Irwinton October, Ala.-Preston 29,1836 to ROBERT J. HACK Y, Ear 1. in Tall a- MICHAELTallahassee LED WII

(March 32t Feb. 18 1837.