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 29, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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foaroat, until forbid and charged for. ,.iKStgh they effect: sprlngand autumn nearly -
1.. coaUDb"e: Editor oG business connected with I "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE. ::f\, J 4 in I11Ba ratio. t
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--== (;DUD" Court of Leon county, I i sa llllUQe X0( 'euNEW quarter, happening during sis i of the afternoon 1

u In the To September Term, 1837. fxpa 'bouts i i. e. from four io ten,+ 'may bb

Assumpsit: SUMMER GOODS. lIltIQ< II1L1L i1m!)g a 'Nublo creature!' though I, 'her heart is supe' followed by fair weather, hot this is :mostly dependent r j 1

t/ 1 Damages t;:!OO; THE subscriber has just received a select l Ussort- THE EDITOR. rior to the shackles of custom.' on the wind, as it is noted in the table- \ t

: F&.dE, In attachment.TorixJAssuropsit of goods suitable for the season, comprising 6th. the weather from
fllJ.! $ At length I came within stone's throw of her. Though a varietry
the That
articles editor
: following viz: who wills to please
11; ; : Bombazine Thibet and She suddenly halted and turned her face towards irregular causes, is morcuncertain in the lat '
1 f'JtJlEl V Dames. 1200- Merino Frock Coats! ; l\Justltu1Lly! crawl upon his krecs:: ,
I 1I rr' FidtE'AWitsor: ) In attachment. do. do. do. Dress do; And kiss the hanJ that beats him; me. My heart swelled to overflowing, ter part of autumn, the whole of winter and the ;

1r yyat Assnmpsit: il Venetian, Cass, and Erminett'Coatees' ; Or if he dare attempt to ralk, and my eyes filled with tears of rapture. I rea- beginning of spring, yet, in the main, the above t j
1\'n.U d'IOo.FWet l White and brown Linen Jackets; Must toe the mark that other chalk, observations will those also.
Damages ched the where she stood. She began to apply to periods
Plainand spot
rL Marseilles
fancy Vests And
In ; cringe to all! that meets him.Says .
Rtr .. attachment.'l Sit in raced do do; speak, and I took off ray hat as if doing rever- 7th. To prognosticate correctly, especially II ;

OtI'tndant, '\ Figured Silk and Satin do; one, your subjects nrc tr-o grjve- ence to an angel. I in those cases where the wind is concerned, the
T tons interested, are hereby notified of the in- PJaildo /do Too nucli morality: you ha\e- !
do I observer should be within of cood
; sight a
,:;'of the above named suits, respectively, in the Bombazine and Valencia do Too luurh about religion. Are you a pedlerV'My I ,

t:'. --Coact of Leon county, by process of attach- Black Snake-skin:) Stocks, latest; style Give mo *,me witch (.r w iz.ird tales, dear girl that i is not myoccupation.' I I where the four; cardinal! points of the heaven are

r.IG !1 TfcM' re hereby required) to appear and pleadt Satin and Bombazine do; ; And slip-shod hosts: with fins and scales. '''ell, I don't know,' continued she, not bashfully I[t correctly placed; with this precaution he will

?declarations filed in aid cases made, according and to the Plaid Hair do; Or fcathen like a pigeon. and eyeing me sternly, 'I tho't when I'I scarcely ever be deceived! in depending( on tho ,
1 in such case provided.
rmo the' *1JAMES White and blade do; I love to wd, another cries house that looked ., table.! A SUBSCRIBER. '
A. BERTHELOT, Linen and Cotton Shirts : !saw you at the meeting you .
f. the Plaintiff's.j 1I !; Those monstrous f.ishiorialile lies ---- ---- ---- STilE t
Attorney r I Fir'd and striped Io In like a pcdler who passed off a pewter dollar on I
; other
].DC 17. :37: .___4G-3m 1 While and brown Cotton Drawers; Composed 1 of kings and noveU; me a few weeks ago, so I determined to keepan KING SNAKE.

-- LEON COUNTY COURT. 1 Hdkfs. and Linen Thread Gloves; Of border wars and gothic queens lurdc: and, lord*, eye upon Jou.---Brother John has pot home I.I There is a large species of speckled! snake, ;

S".mm. ad 1i 1 Black and fancy coloured Silk Hose; That used to live commonly called in the Southern States! the
1 .Jitumptit. iu respon6a.us 1i White and brown Cotion hovels. now, and he says if he can catch the fellow, he'll 1 ,
Ui' \ dendtua for t500 damagtt. oRt do; N" I his i for him and I ain't but I king snake, because he is the most formidable
.'r. }lackment for 31S4 issued June 17fi1AH Vigor.ia and Lambs'-wool do;; no, cries one-ix e've had enough l wring nose : sure you
FLAKE. J 1337. Back\ and Pongee Silk Hdkfs; Of such confound'd 8siok stuff l are the good for nothing fellow after all!' |: enemy of the rattlesnake. Itsermsto be the
and fancy Silk Cravats To craze the fair creation uttered I chief object of his existence to seek, to
defendant in faid case, and all others interested ; ; The last words she were at the vcrv. pursue, 1
-rtiji E A Iso, a few suits of Youths' Clothing together with Give us some recent foreign news I and the latter whose
1 ..illtalie nonce of the institution of said I: of her voice. destroy reheats and presence !-
the above articles I Of Russians top{
lire now offered for sale cheap fur -the Greek and Jew, '
of said writ of
aDd of,he issuing attachment as cash or approved credit. J. B. BULL.June Or an-other nation. Reader, did you ever take a shower bath j are discovered by the emission of a peculiar -
iUaiJ. returnable io the next term of said Court; I smell that f the
22, 187. 4C-tf resembling i cucumber:
t nnftrtnd plead to the declaration filed in said The man of diillcd schola: .tic :lore j
JL, ,according to the statutes in such case made SPRING &: SUMMER GOODS. \\ ould like to see a li-tlo! nv.rr, From the! Georgia Constitutionalist. I vine. The king snake, to almost all other reptiles

,I provided. THE Subscribe has just received from New In ;'>sofGrcek and La'in! Knowing you feel an interest in the prosperity is the most gentle and harmless of creatures ,

CHARLES S. SIBLET, ) .. "'s for pff, a full assortment of Bombazines, Mantua The merchants rather have the price: l of the fanner, I take the liberty of enclosing I'' you may strike him, he !shows no resent- '

J. D. U ESTCOTT, Jr. J Th'bet and !Merino Cloths, Black, Green and Dahlia Of Southern; indigo and rice, a table foretelling the weather. This': merit, he hisses not, lIe turns not, nor does he 1
pied June 1", 1S37- 4C-3m Coshmenetts, and Summer Cloths of a of Or India silks and satin. "
variety co
lours, for Dress and Frock Coats. Z bra Plaid and table I have noticed] for the last three years and: i exhibit any terror or sluggishness.
-JmrJIif DISTRICT-LEON SUPERIOR Another cries!, I want fun Drawn the smell of the cucumber he frequently
{ White Cambric Drills, London ribbed, satin fact A more seldom found it to fail. j by -
COURT.t. Striped and Plain Checks : witty anocflote or pun- 1 enters but his
1 Sumincns ad re- and ('anlounsV, Jilt A rebus: or a riddlr: THE WKATIIKK.Th" appearance ex-

::"liM nnWARll } fpcndtndum for SjK daninges.Ii. Lawn Linen,of Satin faced welting &.c. for Pants, a I Some long for missionary: news : following article! is from the of the t: cites no dismay In any human being that knows; ,
great vanejy Vesting.;, Linen Shirts Collars and pen
{Illachmenl f; r 32i-, issued I Ifn And some, of worldly carnal'.tens he is the kin, snake, un ll-e contrary, women
Bin-oni A celebrated Dr. AuamClarke it ii
general assortment of Hosieryc.. Also! ; not unworthy -
I June, 17, 18;;. an extensive: assortment of Would wilier hear a fid Jie. of attention. and children will approach him, turn about with
defenflant( in said case, oDd nIl others inte- i i t
Heady Jade The critic! too, of d.\S.i i -, a stick, and plat fully annoy him with impunity -
rat e& "tll take notice of the institution of said Clothing, < kill!!, "From my earliest childhood! was bred up
!wind of tht issuing of said writ of attachment as: Among which are upwards of two hundred Bornba- lust dip in gall his gander quill! Oil a little farm which! taught for ; he. is only the relentless enemy of the rat- t
: wai to care x
"f"&ld returnable to the next term of said Court; ziu, Thibel.lerinn: : Crape, Camblct. White and And scrawl against; the I'.Ipcr'Ofll1 tlfsnake, wl.o. strength and venom avail nothing '
Brown Linen Dress and Frock tte f, ,! and cultivate ever since I was able to spring: the s
Coats Roundabouts literary s, ,
'!Darr rear bud plcad to the declaration filed in j against the ucmity and mode of attack of
fiction acrdinj to tie std:utes in such cas? Pans: and rests' of cv ry description, made in the Bred J'in our co'lrcts! amj schools; rattle! use the whip, man'ige the sickle, or ban- I '
u tad prunded.CU1RI.1S. mast f'shi- nable manner, which he is disposed te He C.*a> the si Iscst caper. die the spade, and as I found that much of our |!iI the king snake, who is always victor in every .
S SIEI.ET ) sell:l very reasonable: lr ca-h or approved credit.J. i combat. Yet the rattlesnake: is a terrible rep-
: Al'b for nl't1'J. Another cries, I \\ 31t) s' e success depended! on a proper knowledge and I a
O. HCSTCOTT, Jr. \ J. DIRGE. .\ j tile. There is a peculiarity appalling in the
JmLIt.J.up variety; of the weather I ICll ,
wa t' stu'
meichann ,
Country and oihrs management
wishing to -
Jiwd June 1 i. 137. 4G--lm: purchase sound of its rattles, being unlike! the noise of
will find it t., .hd ir interest to call at the abovsestablishment. Variety in u'il tiling: dy it ever since I was ei'_ht \'L'ar.If ac! I believe -

)!gl} 'l'DLE D16TUICI1:: -LLON SUl'EUIOtl Tallahassee, pril iO, 183?.-3Sif. A misccliunrous hc-d?('-r"'id.c pr.iit, J meteorology! i i. a natural! science: and any other creature: and when) von hear it the x..
Composed I or.lv! ihol-.int > one
COURT. give !first: time, the true instinct of mature impresses {
Summon l NEW SPUING Oons.; Ofniuljtltrioiis !llJull thtn-s. of the firt that is studied: and that every child
) 1tsumpil. heart that
c< re 1 on your quailing : danger; and death
rtsT II. pcr.RT. > 'tjunJmdun fur 500 damages. JUST received from .New-York and Baltimore, a I :ant some man i: , are near.
I tr fF J I .illac/unt'lt Jar $213, issued : ; and handsome assortment of fancy ii stapled It constitute! mv liiirfie-a IIIOS ill It; at least, >y it was with,! me. I had actually <
..crA> \ l: ,1 Jrrn. 17, 37, vgoodsv ready t> ado Cl'+'ht} "g Hat*, Hardware! : '1'n hear:: ( f ui*ilviinjv! i ;t 11'];._.,. I., learned, by .i'ent obar-rvalion, to funk:;'..1.1 l lcuniectiiies :Never shall.. t forget one }horri'i\ ev -ntf my

11 E defendant m s'IItI.'ase: anJ! all oherinfe! etc. nz'Black For ju a true III l geiieril r.nn" 1 ; life! J was fishing. i.ia =otitl.cn. lake one summer -

ft"ted, will take notice of the institution of sudan tirodrap, :Sw'i is'<. lIul 1 Lirestun: Silk, None :su'.Vrs! from ail,oti.::.t, s.b Lxu;- conrcrniti:: the: coming weather;: dii. when an unusual disposition to sleep

"Ithe issuing of said writ of attachment as.ecnd Lyulaise.-Super, Pouted, French &. Jaconet Mus At !--a'\ not on:: iy lW"\'. i ;lid on this head to teach! wisdi.m. arming thosewiio
iffect'-d me. I sfick tic! end of! fiblrinx'! rod
returnable th lins. my
neAt trruiof said Ccur
:; such! had!
: were perfect especially -
.toappe.r. and plead io the declaration! filed in said GrodeNap.Scolcli.Ftnpe, Plaid and check Ging I iv.-.nt to hear f death, vat. a f .ie- I atsion! :: as : in the bank of the lake) ;nd .sought: : a beautiful: 1
not like: watch that
obliged to
Ofpeol'c t m : earnestly
hams. tma'ly: tiidme !
:;at-vording to the! statues in such case midi- 1 j Ire of shade!! to eitr'V.:; repose: i laid nit's.If
'p-ovi 1fd. Super Frinrh, Figured, Fancy and other Print An'j By hei lossis, tire, "r lever; what wa ,,o iieceasarv to the family! support, on the 'jrass between two trees scarcely two

Cn,nLrs 3. SICLET, ) Lisle Lace, Lisle. inserting, Caps and Collars. nn.\\crsflll1 sI'd \\,%(' sliojKl not bi spoiled: by the weather before it' '
J. U.'Efr uTT.Jr. $S'Al's for rl'ir J ,< Lai: :;*. Figured Satin and Gauze Ildkfs. Of rather have the l fall!1 and n\c: I was houccJJLiriy a time, even in tender feet apart from each otter-r, my head resting against -

Piealunc' 17, IS37. -IC-"m: Fancy Prunswick; Scarfs, and Pat is Collarr.Lndics rata on skins and ben er. I \oitth hive I watched the heavens with! anxiety one, and ru\ fctt against! the other. I ..sslept

and ntlcmen's hors fkin Gloves.:!' Sane signify i a secret wiali! I ; '.. hen I awoke! I turned to one side, and + r

DOLE) T--FU.lNKLIN SUP'U. COURT. Curls, Be.'d Bags. Cambric HdkR For now and then: a savory dish i' ; examined the different: appearances of the <: perceived at some distance:! : from nee two brilliant 1 .

IL ". l"II'i White and Black Silk Hose.Napu'eon,1Vhitc Of politic! to sail. them; I ntnraingandevcnhI, sun, the phases ofthentuun } s
j .Istiimpsit. tlttochmctU fur orbs and instantly I a trcmn pus! mingled: I -
Satin: Satin F.-ctd and Drown Hu. 1 ,
;-e we rest at 'cifeetctse, the .scintillations of the !stars the and[
*I33 JirtuinaMr course co-
va'l damagtt, to Drillings.; I'ur shuu'J' tlitv swear. the ijiouu cLccsc I sensation of an indefinable/ nature came uponmy ,
drA .Yuremlcr 1'cnn 1Sai.: nag lour of the clouds the of the and
WHCTos. JHEJeftnJsnLS ShIrt Collars, IJo"oms, ana HI.. r-iw mot... We never shoud'! dispute them. i flight crow : (;faculties Something an iiistincwe: dictate -
India R'+bl.craid! .: Cotton >:'u penderi. :wallow, the gambols of tho colt, the fluttering
and all othrrs intcrcsted.will take Cutton balls! Spool Thread, and Cotton Ildkfs. Or grave or humorous, wild or tame, oftlieuut-Ks, .?.,, ..1.t. .j : or impulse cour-selled me to avert my looks, ,
notice: of the intdilulion rf said l suit, and of the ; < r low '11{ all the -"rf>xmnf the seaIlea' L... ,,.
Logy blt..e'J' { such wistful i
Cotlouade and :; ? there wa' on absorbing, ;
this nnd Chambrajs, Sheetings Shirting: etc. .. not forgetting the hue and croaking ot the,
Anjofsaid! wntofatuchmm\ day to I hiuglity or too 'Immlili
RniDT-MiDE CLOTH I SG.I ; delight in :gazing inti"-\ ,-s that. intently! and ).
;rJJ and plead to the declaration filed in ha id case, I I1II i And cveiv, eiSiio! ",ial wi,;!it frot:. From the little knowledge I had derived raid

-dinftu the statute in such case male! $. pro\ iJcd.Dsad !I tabons.CoriMsinjof Hound: every Jackets variety:bummer:; of Fancy Coats:and, and Plain Vests.Pan- 11.is njui'n' : do but vh it is ri.l l.t, from close observation, I often ventured to direct | tingly' gazed into mine, that c\ en the tremulous! 7

: Jane. 17th, 1837. I SILK AM, ITR HATS. 'l.iJ Itt tic! ;;rum'kr" ,I utnue.: I. our agricultural! operations to reference to i pulsation of fear fixed my frame, and I remained -

((40() CHARLES S. S1BLEY Att'y (,f P.itT. White and Black, broad and narrow J.rims--Fl A the coming days, and was seldom much mistaken ]; so fascinated that I could see notning) but the '

Pa'.m! Leaf l.ncd and shaded. TIIRILLI.VG l.NCIUKNT.TV most brilliant In short I
:3DLE: DIST ,-\SKLIXSUPll COURT.lit ic.naUe Hats I t' in my reckoning. I cOurs. : was totally !lost,
| CIIOCT.IIIES.: r C I'M 511X0. so completely bewildered with cor.nins'f: ?t c-
About :
-. M IllDF.,1 I Jtlachment fur \ C"I."i!. tin:4 I f every variety) t.u numerous to men- I My feelings were very poetical, as I talked : twenty years ago; a table purporting( ; to : motions that I could withdiaw x
not ,
} .liswnpait.
M tion. AN t'f whkh e oflcr to the city or country j be the work of the late Dr. Hershel! !, was variou"ly my gaze or s
Si20 Rrtar+table tot'IiI.ATos. I slowly tots anis the door oftli- \ iIa: ; .' church. i
GRASTaud' 'amtf n. i I trade les.ilor retail, Tf'a..onllt1e 1! : | even mo\e. Suddenly tie! melting eyeballs ;
at on'ery
published, profiling to t form y
.. J.VornnberTrroi, Is37.HE I I ItfnlclcJ.\ poptil.ir preacher IwJinlT'fJ"rh ;; prognostics'
i terms. GII. &: T. 0 of the we'uhc11 the glared with sparks of fire; there: was a moment;
erel: b,tsnnd all othersinwicsted.will i j 1'allehasscr, Apiil 15th, ItHi: 3l.tf I ,, and th'.; little meeting: house was touch \ terms of changes, full and I woke from 1
I a dreamy stale, saw a huge rat- _
notice r-f the institution of sniil pint, ai.d of the I; jtrtrtera of the lu')on. I have carefully con- i i
:'b .f swirl writ ol attachment tlrs: day : and M i'' TO BRICK MAKERS. 1 crowded. I !However, pres elup) to the aisle! -tilted this table fur several and was a- ,j| tie snake; its gaze was distul bed, and when I
declaration! tiled the said i until I had gained: a puMtion where! I could have I years heard tho hateful rattle
'r and ; cad to the in > will be received until ihe 1st of mazed at its 'jenrral for though 10nO'i;I sound, the full danger of smy
the statute in such case> made and PROPOSALS I a fair'il'w of the faces of all accuracy
ordtnz to '
nearly I j situation aroused and all
co 1 for the supply, at Chaitahvoche, I present. have been ; I me, through my
Patel June 17th, 1'37.--tG-tf! as you enraged i ii the study of the! .
i.w.; tf. RIDLEY: tf Pllt (Florida,) of soon perceived I was an object of attention.:! wc'atIIC'r. I frar.ic I felt the cxrcmi:;.' of terror, and just as'I 'i
CHARLES Att'y never thought: that <.IfIrulc could;
----- ---- : | few
to I have
't ''D'L: : us'r F1:.\ KLIN Ul"lt: COlltT to comjilete; the U.AT: cn lat that pbre. The''c I mile, fur t I was a stranger to them' all. In a tint made little so exceptions. : rise and !fly, 1 fdt thc deadly reptile as I ; ;%
alteration in the l
JlaO1CAtLET: ) Innssumpsit-summops! bricks must be cast in moulds of such size as to measure a arrangements,
moment.; however the attention of ; '
evorv oue thought, coiling around neck I saw of ri
\$ I l"r JiuY SMITH. J,MFI I 1 laclmient: foi $SaG C3:;, is i iEviss two awl a quarter inches and mil. t be straight and present appeared to be absorbed in the ambassador it that: you may insert it. It lias hitherto been I his body; 1 felt the slimy skin upon my neck; f j 1. I. 'd

4FrEDFhick! >sued' :May 29, IS37 1 He: hard: no soil, nor crooKcd.r.or broken bnclis: will! !b: of granre, and I also began to take an in- | confined generally to a few almanacs. I j:! and) the shiver of horror went through my frame.

Ere I. \I nil. ("w IU'I bOt I utrnable io NovcmbtrFree j'I admissibly.! Wrest in his dirollrM'-Thc speaker was Ilti- : : Such a feeling! of agony mv. eyeballs were diet! ..
.. oCr Trader ) I Term, IS37.fTSE I At leaH 100000 mutt l be dcliicred by the :3(>th of and! of his =-= -------1 i i
ent, many lofty flights werec\en !sublime with scorching fire nr.-t red/ next yellowish
i ; ,
and the remainder the of the I it tl'c new: iniioi.-the first I 1 i "
defcn !ants!' in said suit, and all others inter- September, in course guar er 2::|
l eseo will tnkeii'.nceofihein, ituti"n thereof', 1. fall", M such periods as mar suit the convenience of ; but almost any thins; was calculated! to |' -the full nun, or the last quarter I| S:1 i ilt i green. Oh, there are moments of existence l 1'

'ovember'l'etm of said court ; find that they i I'i Apply requisite fr the pragiess of the! work. heaven and its [foys, and the blissful !scenes with I :: n 't the whole detail of a thousand] feelings scarcely

::lr and plea to to the the M.ituie declaration: ; in such filed case in made the aid aud ,. Bfiors will funning be re tuned tin-, + contract to bederosittd, a. fall at ample the Arsenal of thebricks |i which we were surrounded *n eveiy side. The -- -- -. _- -,... -- -- -- = < o= ?an ::: I I occupy the brief space of a !leisure thought., Ns- ,3M + ,.

tded.occonun l'U.\HLESS. S1BLEY, ) I winch: if !satisfactory, u ill govern in the inspection j music of tIll wood and the fragrance: of the a g ? g ;.::: ture could endure no more, and I lost all sense. j 4

r D. W Sl'COl'r.Jr.: J nlff" Att'J. > ol the several deliveries. | heath seemed to respond to his eloquence. :-- cc .-. t. 5: : oc. .co. .. '-"-''I,4:: I _. I.\t length I had the painful: tingling sensation of

:"ej 11ay: 29th, 13 .17. 4G-31n ,100,000 Payment duly will inspected: be made and, if received.necessary, on Clc1tlot of |' Then it was no great stretch of tho imagination t 3- :> f -i p t "'$', returning life through my veins; and when in i!

,IIDLEU1ST-F1tA'iKLtNSUPT.--: ---' : COURT i Address all communications on the sul-jcH to the .I II to fancy that the white handed creatures around :-:: _' -fz: -M_: =- .c co N.<. .. full consciousness! 1 arose from the earth, and
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MIU.CR.,, plaintiff, In assumpsitSum'ons I subscriber. JOHN WILLIAMSON: U.S. A. I me, with their pout ing lips and artless innocence -. -:) -:::.', = -c'J-=- =- C', !1 suw near me tranquilly and qu'etly living king
>s I for 6f.00 damages.; attach'l I 4G-tl9A(; Superintending the Arsenal. were beings of a higher sphere. While my I J.-=:' -- -- -.:" -=- ._. 7__ A -:::::. I snake, and, further off, the little! s length of a

taRT/ WILLIAMS, ( for $303, is'iuedlay 29,- I feelings were thus di\ided bvtween the beau -=: :; ; 2_. =.- ;.. 7. tremendous rattlesnake! ; I sat upon a log and t '
J NOTICE. 3S55'5 I
I.G tlcfendant. retablc to Nov.Term, I S37EileUnlant I ties and "blessings of the two worlds, and wrap- '::. -.:. 'H--; reflected. I am new satisfied that the: king ,
indebted the :: :1
end all others interested! will lake persons to late firm of Kerrand "'
N ALL will make immediate JamesA ped in a sort of poetical devotion, I detected -.-:; 1, snake had crept over my neck to my resc1lc\ _
nonce oft tl.e ;institutK! +n (>f said suit, and of the payment to :: ..
'r.cr"ald writ ol attachment this day ; and to9ear.end Bertbelott, Esqr. as further indulgence cannot be one fair lass, with large black eyes, !stealing ;._...0 .-i:.: there being a large log one side, and the '1-.ase 0,1 ,

plead to the declaration filed in the said i I granted, otherwise the same will be put in suit indis- several glances at me of most! animated char =."- -::boo the other, so that his nearest routu to the enemy '

'11! accordIng to the statute: in such case made and criminately. P. KERK, acter. I need not describe the !sensation -..... oo: ca: :--: 7tr was over body. But although! life
1df'd.: 43-3m> DANL. D. STURGES.AOTJCE. experienced :: ::, ::. ::- : ..: my my

JAS. D. WESTCOTT, Jr. Att'y for Plt'rT.Mayi : by a youth, when the eyes of a beautiful ;" .:: "u: :-::.:-0 .':.; -.<., -;;::;; .. _..:? I :-s- I was providentially preserved, yet the effects of I i *;*

DEea! 9th, 183;. 40-3m I woman rest for any length of time on his :... ::, t ,::: I that scene are the cxhaustution of a great portion
shall exhibit
months after date
SIX my accounts countenance, and when he imagines himself to =, s.= '" :::-= =- (I ,.. of my excitability, arid the introduction of '
; Hon. of the Guardunb' .' ;::
c MiDDLE () SUPElt10R-i vouchers to the Judge :: r- 1
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DISTRICT-] I ::: =' H
be of interest her. I returned ... hairs and in all
COURT. Court, as Administrator, for letters of disniis-!' an object to her =' -::: :; :_::i._... I gray premature debility n'y powers -
Anwnpiil. Summons i adrespon' I son from the administration of the estate of Allred glances with interest, and threw all the tenderness Q .l:: ...- I of mind and bodv.--Anecdotes! of the South. t
ti :
rn K 11 H'II'JIi: j dtndum far fAKXanio: ( -tr. ..1trr I I Wilk, dec'd. JOHN M'.MELLAN. into which the scene, meditations ; vdL .
my eyes my : I ----- --- -
flachmf'Ubr, $103l., itMtcd M June I, 1837. _i?_ and the discourse had 5n a 1 t.
:atsA Fuu- preacher's inspiredin ;; I Pleasures of a Tropical Climate.Insects
J Jams 17, 1&87.HE ; I II: f oE ."."
, deletxlani in said case, and all others' inte- subscribers NOTICE.having lornieda copartnership, my heart. I doubted not that this fair jouni, .. \ yA; am the curse of tropical climates. The very ) 1+ ,

I letled111 lake notice of the institution ol ; THE / conduct the D/ug business ID the damsel possessed kindred feelings with, myself;; >,. :ya::: I rouge lays the foundation of a tremendou3- *'

suit, and of the i suing of aid writ of attach- \ name of STEWART & B-1RNARU. For the present that we were; drinking together at the fountainof ::: I cer.: In a moment you are covered with ticks; ,
I'st." aforetai'l' returnable to the next term of said I. will their in the they How could it be :
they continue shops places everlasting inspiration. I chigoes bury themselves in your fleshand hatch
fin i and to and the declaration
plead to
; appear ire.pecnvelyoccupy., They .ill! keep full assort mcuts otherwise She had been born and] nurtured : "
amidst of in few hours.
Mid colony chigoes a
ID action according to the statutes in such a large young
of Medicines Chemicals h, Patent .Medicines .
Diug ] *!rJ.j : "- 1.1. == nC
nada and provided. i.r., and pedge: themselves to sell notching' ; but genuine these wild and romantic scenes, and she ::. :::s ::.:,3 =- ,. g. s ,5 0 :: I They will not 1 live together, but every chigoe '

CHARLES SIELET Jr.Dated ,. > Att's for' Fl|'B' articks. J. EDWIN STEWART, M. D. was made of ro'uance, of poetry, of tenderness. ":;' ::: :-O"--: :! < ::> .., :! ''c..1 :> I sets up a separate ulcer, and has his own private
D. WErrcorr
nit June J. 17, 1837. J |tG-3m 47-tl EDWARD BARNARD Then I thought of woman's love-her devotion = =,-T: ;o.. -_. =Co -,':: :o::II:s I n portion of pus,-Flies get entry into your ti. .

IIEMIV "'. IIILLIAKD truth 1 that I might meet ::,: 3 E __. Co a:: mouth and You drink flies y"
only prayed (t <" =' ::. a -: eyes catties, _
Charles S. Sibley ATTORNEY, with her where wo could enjoy a sweet inter- po a :'=. .";. N;) f-;:;?;'H=- -:!. "O :c: .;.:.., Q I breathe flies. Lizards, cockatrices and snakes
t.S. Attorney Middle District of, Flo., Jl.'VD COUJ 'SELL OR AT L.2JY, change of sentiment. I thought of Wcrter and :< :a-,'.<.... =. .0-3;. '3< :;g:;; _""':. ": get into your bed; ants cat lip the books; scorpions -

9'Oft'cfI f his professional services os Attorney an'Senor d WILL' practise, counlier-iu in Montgomery the Ala., and the of Charlotte, and could not doubt that the village .o.. 7. :- g' .g-- :-:'1 ; sting you on the foot, and every thing

. j a Law, in the collecti of debts, etc i in Alabama, and the Circuit; Court of Superior the United Couru Stales, maiden and myself! were capable of enjoying Ol 3 o -cisr=- 3! _'C. =' bites, stings, or bruises; every -second of your

Sl' !t Florida. He will attend all the Courts in this at Mobile. equal transports- in each other's society. Her .o =. existence you are wounded by some piece of an' j P

tut't"ct.Office 1r. next door to the residence of J. D. June 20, 1837. 46-tf glances continued; several times our eyes met :;' :S C"CoaSERVATIONS. into) life that nobody ever seen before, except

+uaIs ( w F..q.I J"nuarv. 25th, 1637. 25-tf Adjutant General's Office -My heart ached with rapture. At length the 0:1::.;l- 2O c till Swammerdam and M.rriom. An insect with ti

HEAD Q.UAttTER benediction was pronounced. I lingered about -= = -_. -::: eleven I legs in your tea cup, a non :

abut 'T6e Law Notice.oWriber's Tallahaw, July 1, i837. } the premises until I saw the dark-eyed girl setout ?co ... 7_ descript with nine legs is struggling in the small t "

.a Office is next StteeU.door to Desirous his restarnerofAdam.ItClinton GENERAL OKD ltS. for home, on foot. *0 that the customs of beer, or a caterpillar with several dozen eyes .

,oting h'm
to him II CovA11. *"a ADVOCATE, such ATToa.ttbebntuu tia of Florida\' in his possession the the first strength and second of the mili-Brirades soul! Cruel formality that throws up a barrier 1st. The nearer tho-- time of the moon's all nature is alive, and seems to be gathering .

mar be placed with him, will gene., hereby,requires comprising the officers commanding said- between hearts made for each other' Yet I determined change, first quarter, fill, and last! quarter, are her entomological hosts to eat you up, as F -i

aa, 1tt.p. ,."{part of Mr.Sibley subwilWsoffice, U. S. District). vrh will Attorney Brigades -viz-:: Brigadier General L. Read, IhtBri- to take the same path. I followed af- to midnight, the fairer will the weather be during you arc!standing, out of your coat, waistcoatand

rad If i The -ubscriber will attend puncJtendtoit the- gnde, and; Brig. Gtn. Hernandez, 2d Brigade-to ter her. She looked behind, and I thought that the seven days following.calculation! breeches.--Such ate the tropics. .j

"et'f I. &JS4 tht Stt CoutU u. JefferCadadezt canoe retains to be made to me at Tallahassee, tbro'their The for this occupies .
L--J' pclior she evinced some emotion at recognizing me as ij. space
at- various
] Colonels the regiments
Franklin and Jacks Counties, the strength of each commanding company,battalion and regiment,, being the stranger of the day. I quickened my from ten at night till two next morning. Jam, you've been drinking.: 'No I hav'nt; -

J unles!.:z uneP 3 D.tai WESTCOTT fv retained. including in report the name and rank of each com pace, and she actually slackened hers, so as to 3d. The nearer to midday or noon the pha- I've been loeking at another man drinking, and } ,r
I 7&!Itk- missioned oflicer. SAMUEL PARKHILL, the more foil or wot it too much for m".' y
--eel JanuarytStb, 1837. .. l 47 Adjutant General of Flori"L let me come up with_ hf rtqr. "C'? lIt'tIle mooi Happen, was f ;


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: OF JULY. By Capt. J M Maury. William C. Rites, uSla'f" and sadly they laid him down, necessary,sho has bad a portion of her citizens mission Into the union. A. jw. ..,
: From the /field cr his fun ires' in story- almost l constantly in the field; and at one have been
The Anniversary of American Independence I Virginia's gifted and talented son. Hit country They canrtd not a ilea, they railed 10a stone,* she maturely and'r.gUl&rt!*

was celebrated at Minions, on the 4th has yet in store for him the highest office Bat they left him'a1o e with his lory." lime last summer, single-banded alone, cannot be refused. And Florid .

of July, 1837, in a manner .."by the occa- within her disposal.By And there I bent o'er his in undertook the. defence of- her whole eastern and take her seat tinder the 'rnoG or. .
as silently grave. : from Gads- .
sion. The day was ushered in by the firing of T M White, Eftt. Our absent Carolina the stillness of and watched the frontier. And hut summer a troop era!constitution, in the circle of twm .
an April eve, with the Reed
} cannon and ringing bells. At 12 o'clock a friends. May they soon return to this land of in all his mild and cloudless glories den and Leon counties, gallant reizn stales, herself. clotted rntb 1"1ItI .
setting sun achieved brilliant a
and their bead
Alston at a tributes of
formed the Court House flowers to with in the enjoyment an equal independent V
precession was at participate us behind Virginia' moun- s..ter.
slowly sinking is the
affair whose brightest only great confederate republic. I
under the direction of Capt. D. Pittman, and of these good thing this rnan'a
proceeded to the Academy.' Tho Declaration By A L Woodward, Esq. John C. Cal- tains, upon the anniversary great of the chivalry that nobly dared, but the pure spirit of And now fellow citizen*. have .
birth, I felt in full force the solemnity g
of Mr John B. houn of the doc philanthropy incited its actors to venture ted our beloved Territory yj e0g
Independence was read by : The ablest living expounder and the influence of the hour. Like through) i .
scene, of her
in which him trines "The mantle of fell Eli- all. Hereafter, upon the page history nnd seen her elevated from
Taylor, a manner gained for great : Elijah upon gradually a slat Of
the of he bad verged
great day. will become al
An oration delivered A. L. stiD." His Intents nnd patriot eye the Witblacoechee blockhouse. dependence upon I the general
praise.: was by splendid pure and mild, g rev,
to.vards: the horizon of his career;
Woodward, Esq. Tbe company returned to ism! rank him with the first statesmen of this or the close of his the Thermopylae of Florida. I. lo be Ihe repre-nentalion of nn integral,
and serene and bright, was And in ell! these campaigns, Jackson coun- of the sovereignty of the
; union,
the Florida Hotel and partook of a dinner, any other land. of the 'We mirta;
eventful life, and upon the anniversary tv has done her duty. She had men in thefirst take our leave, by wishing her
soldier.My !
Mr. Win. Nickels tho and Isaiah Jones well
prepared by slyle By a revolutionary and in which he had in ha
excellence of which have not been surpassed companions in arms. Peace be to their great "glorious day" world. Ho battle she has bad mei; in the last skir I lure career. But ';ts the consplewio II(
shone forth in to the
by any thing of the kind in the territory. Col.J. ashes! splendour f his native misA. Tbe marauding Creeks as I have future "must give us pause; ," looking; !t
noured he sleeps in tho bosom <>
J. Piltman ccted as President, assisted by By Peter Simons, Esq. Madeira to our Declaration of I mentioned broke upon our western line, plunder to ihe perio-?, we hope not far di.lanr.<
mountain. His epitaph is the : I and massacre as usual moving in ibeit j Florida shall he called -,n to
John T. Myrick as Vice President. Th follow friends, and a beating to the Indians the institutions up coop

ing regular and vntuntrertoasts were given. By H. V. Snell, Esq. The Declaration Independence, and his monument! train. An appeal is made to this county, the federal system; when mistress one;

Toasts. of the and monumentof of his country! troops are raised, and a mere handful of men actions I iho prosperity of hei people
Regular Independence Shall I retrace the I
I The fourth of July 76 !
1. The Day we celebrate. When we ceaseto Jefferson. May it ever serve as a beacon oft from rush rescue against unknown numbers. They pend much upon her own charartrrduct a 4

anniversary to other nations freedom and re : story of our wrongs, so bequeathed traverse the country occupied by the enemy, we cannot but feel some
hail with attention and delight the i light up to father's sufferings 140hritlld.
sire of
1 The
to son tory our and arrest the course of depiedali>n, still/ she and
the pursuing thc part may net, the char 1trIt
of American worst publicanismBy
Independence, : iho history of the <(
I and their wrongs,- swimming creeks, wading through mud shall/ sustain. Lei
The of John I' : not
predictions of our enemies will be fulfilled. 3 Dr. Garbett. memory cruel! the unbearable oppression. and my audience be J Jmed.
John the injustice and water and forcing: a way through umo-t! The discu..jn which
cheers Adams, Benj-unin Franklin and Jay, I the Gol .th thus view ..
the blind! policy of Great Britain-
three who the defintlive i impassible swamps where we should supposeno open to u.-s ,is ton extensive lit be
2. Our Presenting the proud : plenipotentiaries: signed resolutionand
Country: spectacle across 'he sea--and of the bold & enlert4
but wild beast Indian
creature a or an
of a people free, yet nol licentious: -powerful treaty at Paris, 30th Noveniber,1762, between unflinching: : firmness of the! young David pun at present. I can only s t1, t that
t ambitious. May the continuance Great Britain and tho thirteen free and forth with I could go. They finally come up with a patty 4t clIssil/' does arise I shill |reelchange '. -
not of
Yt our western hemisphere, going
of Indians well armed and wi'h
:guns views
pre- with ft-tl.w
of her be extensive'vUlt the existence independent states of America. with my clti zen.
prosperity eo and crooned victoryby }
:a sling a stone, and
aen'cd, in a house, which our men surround
: of liIl'1 cheers. By Win Nickels. The citizens of Jackoncounty. : the God of bailies. The story i is consecrated It was Ihe prayer of Pencle, -hc"nefftl

3. The President! of the United Stales: The Although a stranger among yoj, may by the blood of heroes-il illumes his and al iminent peril rush in and capture the was about to -nMress: a popular es '

highcst officer of en enlightened and free pen- this day ever be remembered by a grateful emi tory's pige-it i is bl.tzoned: on the sky and fire whole lest without firing a gun reserving their, "that: no word- mi;.;hi agape him tnsujt

pll:. :May: his administration le:1tIto the promotion grant. American in Iou solitudes of Asia hears the : they should injure the vvoni'-n an 1 thAocta .1011."-An who f wuudniartfe! -

ol the happiness and readability: of By T F Lnflin. Co!. Joseph M White name of Washington pronounced with respectand children all huddled together in the same iliony of the harP day Is it on this w.

the country.: 3 cheer our late Dcleate.hhough *e are now deprived admiration. room. Unharmed they were placed under I should touch a single:,; note of discord, u

of his services be guard, and one division of the little troop sally !- rouse antagonist I No
4th. Tile Territory of Florida. Neither the yet may they always: The fourth of July '76 How deep, how opinion nrhpj L
remembered the citizens of Flu- forth upon a coiil in the depth of night. cherish
by neiousentiment
horrors of a ravage war, or the evils of a mo- grateful heartfelt how on.tobling, are the sentiments it every g gf *
I They flounder through and branches will.
I rida. swamps esleetn and brotherly love.
have been able to arrest her progress J
ncv presume inires haw various and endearing the associations
; and another of Indians h
at length come to party 1 am nol one of those who
in the great work of internal improvements I its anniversary awakens The IJ! I dreaaj; [ upetfrctibility
ills of fortune I ORATION I asleep around their camp fire. Againour of mm: here below:
she rises superior to the I have and three oran |J.
thirteen thirteen
DC lire rid the1th inst. gained more; form advance and take them I'JI.ked
at A. ,
!: JIa-iannaton by men visions of unnirrrupled
will l-ccnmc highly im- J ; nation.! u
aid ere long : 'inillmn- This
have twelve !
[ -* : 1\1'IIIplll.d:| to :
member of our glonous COnli: L. IVoodicard, Efq. 'the' in sleep, and without drawing a trigger.; t and an irtlcrmn ibis career of
}peiiant Fellow Citizens -That from the lnrlh-day of our rnumry's independence; The rifle the grnl 1
hi but while
Cral'.1 ,- vou-o past: warrior sprang to -tory informs us th i: all nations
t G cheers. j ,,
i'iis political Sabl-alh. our national: jubilee,
: still seems to linger on the ear. We almost : our man disirmed hi.n; and lorebore. And again derClIle the! progress: of d'elopeIDeDt
5. The Memory of Washington. I I lapprnpii"ited, it should be to rite,
as religious
hear the tones in which thai defiance! was ut the women and children are legarded. But I turity, and decline. Whether oar
standing and in silence. fOIlDIC
States Unrivalled I, tered that solemn invocation made, and tho p 10 patriotic.' exhibitions: : and old r.-coiltClion-i unfortunately on the: return mitch one Ilf! | to form a rare exception to this It'disclose. q

ti. 'lheJudiciaryofthetnitcd: : counlrThl': t 1 i: mutual pledges uf alliance and h.l,.Iity. a\ owed. i[ ';nc le .sl of K-ason, and lh'- flm nr :,.,lul.i ."- those emergencies; wf war occur which demand I Hut Iht u-u il course .tuna
the tribunals l ot trnal'fi '!
by any
JaUlanci: I into zzrrty of its members relied J back: : 1'i "Our lives, our lortunes, and our starred; ho- i j.' ineni"iation Every' nccipilioii: III'Ihe cum-. .j desperate measures. Let our friends at .1 dia- \i year so be tor. order of !.attlre. Itseemi I .

; their exalted stations :; nour !" memorable word Let history tell ,, ; t nice he cautiou, how uiving cisy credence: lined th It there ivji :a ln.iitand a
the honour imparted by *' prey
cheers. I how nobly the pledge wan redeemed. 1 hey I: toiling! hand of can. ; 4111.1 from .M IaSs:1C'huClb'I to distorted facts, they straightway;,; proceed lo I all: 'wm'.n ext-riion: aot t niU1s: : like I tsar.

o 7. '1 he ConcrC'S of the United States: May :I I periled their lives-many lost their fortunes; I rock-bound co,.>t to Louisiana's Vl'rntI: shore, pour out phials of censure and iiidignml can- I als, are subj-cl lit the I laws of itioru! edit

its members evince more devotion to country! :, I t:'out stainless and puns us yon brilliant sunbeam !I is ihs I : day tie.uu ihe son; of Lberiy, and the demniii; upon honorablutnVers[ : and brave: An all n-ise and. cv.-rriiling PniviJeiire

1 1 is: the faith ol these lathers of our ntdeI Hole ol cOrl.r.Jlul.llion. men wh. having spared their prisoner-,. I in his hinds. the dCSli".v of
and less ntt:.chment\ to pirty.: 4 chcors. I rn an :1iaJ: stew
I pen ence. I In Floidi: too, I.igh; pointing; ; from the whose lives their S\'
S' The Army and Navy. Mismanagement: r rI rand were in hands.yet in a in"- hitever 'hrretre. be the lent>ti iflerm r

I have unpaired their etliciency In a hall not much larger than this lliey ?pirc-s of her new-built vilSi;:es, I is seen "the u.fiit of high exaprsiinni.. find themselves I ulltitted to u,. and whirtrv I better
neglcclinay: '
-let these; c' is be removed, and they will: : were convened. Can we }picture the scene ? I Star Spangled; l ISaiin-r.: waving proudly- to the compelled ty i the necessity of the cast, In rirup .. :ree perfecii.ni: ;u whfi'h w.' nny bt-

In the mind's it is before u breeze. Flol id.I, our own fair: bat devotedterritory thoe the act ot" diso-
evince to the \H rid, that the star- pan led j eye ; I >n pn-oner'* in very lo rttlain. th'-ro ii lor ih* .\muculrollllJ :

binder cold not be cntruslcd to safer hand:?. At ;the secretary's! ; table are the committee ( lumvof hr anti sleeping; in the I beditncc, TtsstanulId: flight.I ;: Itf l'uC'i..lla ',.m"lIt .,.,J hope.
t j the live of deathless fame to draft :, soil they had! gone to h'end-h troops now No aifvoc.it than I
6 cheer appointed one is a warmer : am III| Our :g'-ogr 1Ilii'; .t r p.o* ti"-.i sllIrCl1I1: fr,
I the Dedrr.llion.-\mon thl'm. with the ''m the field, (gun "tented IK Id" to tli-m, as too thus0 rules law of which
of the and Heroes j jof lightning of the i..uin serve I the colas ",:!:; ..f t tilto.d; wor>d. the
9. Tim n ireniory Sages I Kars
of in his and the of in- !| many of you kn'lwj) penetrating; tangled turf I ill modern tu she h.irmrs of Ih .
the Revolution. Drank tending! ai.d In' genius eye spent f tunes mtligatu war ? V.1-.I \lliIIIIC; t Inrin :>lk "-ir>riii| b" .r,

(; dependence in his air, ho.ding: up 1:1: his hand :lest t*, determined still to drag the struggling: i fare. They sil.in_ from eii.ihtenrd'ii-ws_ i ul l :,.I1I1't t nTo: >* liiifUl. and \\liil. lily
l : ; 10. The Governor of Flol iJii. 3 cheers. t:'IhlIlImCJrI.J1 Sl'rollIhe'In.a; China ol our ': savage into dav,''-yel :"erids! foth: those: I lii- I r policy and those s ttiuemtsothuit imty uh.-li I m..nf.: .}. :hh "uIIIIII.t: -e hj.J iUU".fI r:.

4 Tho disinterestedness g; hbcrlic-.tanJs! .is Jitfeiaon: : : and there! zrt1> that remain, to worship. at the altar of liberty are the gru.; ;h of iin'iztu: :1. Hut I cont.nj : at-ums. J''on.)t I viti'licate our 1j1I ri
11. Our latesnWI1. .i' :
alto; his countenance with intellect! thins showing I to the ::'1.ltes tint even in ; lii.il iMe! in nil tb-.r; .
and hih. oucd! patriotism; of our 31cc..turs.fL.m beaming ;' they are not nt,).r :U-: extent: : a de.. r iady to r..-- re's ihe just chi

: h: for Ihlir in: I.1IIOn.1'' is llio eloquent and I fearless \dal11s-oIJ Virginu the breast of this youngr-t diughtei of the I, t the ri: ::e of a civilized nation: oppod by i the s |foil s ac>ing upoi>> ib.d: .,ctat"ji !
cheer] : bnght i and old Ma: >.*achusHl..i side b.ide. : :I''Union, 'he jarred Aime of liberlv. burns with .' saragcs un 1 those.avages, the are.r.I -. I ';ie ...... {io I ,i oio t ."tfiU ail II"UI.III -

glonous association, There is the lalenteU liriiitn-'S-;; and purilj.t; r....; .11..! her honoured In.- and c1rkUC! "
1The of Texas. She has rivenono i I I Moderai.j: fuibtMrancf, ) onI I ;:II-I:! ;ti!inves" vvuli no ..r.Y.. rani
Republic and \( irons and bright-eyed! m Idea! <, thronging! to ..
Liyington-old ; u sines and
I high-minded b ; Roger the one h.vl: ''-(' n l ;- ro.cuge to pre-er ;grnr-r.t: ( ,11I111_"'. AuJ leii
h""r proof lint I t her i.-mplp.' *'" ti' .i '!,.;'- ho...., .- i-, tuiiy lit !
Sherman, in all the r-ternnt-ss ol" hiinteriiy. nrn [ brutal inhumanity on the othl.r.I tillat I'l n_thmen's t "CJlIdr star: '.f t r"1t-, in us I> !|;

:. *'Freedom's b-itt'o! orce begun, ., i j ... .1....., -.j ociijamm franklin who look t'rrtdam ar.d their r-tnil/.:s only fur the brace! minds are wiought: UT.; to a pitch be- spltndourhi.i uion.ol; be fjfrnd'-d MHBCJ
Hequea lied Ir-Hn blccJU e -.. >. s-"t :. in philosophic} calmness, not as when he drew I Florid !CCIIIu hive been fated to reverses. endurance. :
: won." I yound patient I "'iriienhf r of"us rm errs lor ,,
TJ.o' hll1LJ! ol: is cvtr j :! IJM
: At she has hid her
: the lightning from the sky but as if he were : successive point- projgirss -
Their matchless Indians_ surround a house, and indiscriminately blood of a common and renoicaedaacestry
13. The Florida Fcir. now about to raise a nation to it At the i : impftied! fur more than trn } cars past.:
of their virtue, J I butcher sill its inmate*: Decrepi I a'r, alike in vur ctins. t.tlrr!>> uarums ui\e [
beauty and the sweet dignity : he.id of the table is the chat; and the venerable ; I In 35, howeverhe -tarted forardV1h.I
the and bubduci the, helpless infancy, and w.man's gentle six. kind ilY tsar iJa:: c..q.e3:; Ih Ius'n.ctire! r.I
al once ctplivatcs eye, : Hancock thin the. whole
with mure sen.atoinal'hg- I new impulse; country was properloiis. -
; her enemies all alike. I ialht. 'chUoIt the
even to fare Father ttf ot American people!
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heart. 9 cheer inty, presides; and ccnllv. leaning over it, his I Agncul'.ural, mercanti'c! mechanic
and sons like lions their fort ofiie .
I'cluntccr Toasts. eye fixed 111))1J..tfl'f: (JII, is South Carolina'sfavourite Mall I \ the various inlere-ts IlHi.bin'hrn( lo! may spring to guns, leu.Another

Bv the President, J J Pittm.m. fhe oratoi I, = m, Edward Rutl.-dge.! Around areseated a veil is head fl(11IIhe depthof r the Withlacoochfe but in vain they are overpowered and hewn source o f ronfi'jrr.c-u i Ik pan
down. Tha: wife and mother ithiracter ofour
IHoiation was werlhyof{ us author I the other orators and statcsinun: of this : and forth "gleaming l.ke meteors to try mgfo screen rsilu 'irs ihiirfnt
of ih' djy. ,I l her affrighted babe, is cut du.\ n in her own its: opens the :iv-nje t,. noii.ir a.d Jwkto
and of the orca.-ion. i:Ii i illustrious a-seirbly jlhe I troubled! ulr/ are seen the tomahiwk: and I!
room and there pcrhips th- eld! daughter fir all and _ifttd
} ir.ifi'/s: can thus SaJ
.\fit i the cheering; v.ith: which this toast was: i I I \\ aria: e.'I i bnast and Free.'oia: en each br,;'; :' ill uninr brand. Tne oid! tiumpof: ; .t ar :sounds
I I j the house her parents: pride, in the tlou u of I proper' { mfl.iencf and asp* nu..n. v. Tit
received, had: subsided! Mr Woodwaid m"UlI I Not the AmpliK t tyonic Cut."ell ofnli'n: : upon the b.irder; and. !fat: rallying: to its call :
i 1 : and like I siilti.ion ot'lhf United Statei"i ,
:! youth beauty, ircnibling the dove under a.vt tl|
a brief ac'dress, and offered the following sen. Greece, representing% tin pitnous.n and :rite chvalr of our youn;: territory c.micollh ,
I genius I ; the fangs of the rru.-l I hawk, implorefor! \ mo-t con>iim uate: 10..1.! ofgurerernrn; i
thr.cnt: of that cb..ic J.lnJ-nllr, the far-Lined its gathered} Lard many of the unretunnngilirave. : j
: lien: }; but the unrelenting monster, wish I\ er piodured: in anyige; ; perlt-I'I/y! / iitI'.pkI (
Jack,:or. county. Abused and misrepresent .\recJpa us, when unbiased Justice poised i ( Th roui.try i is m commotion, and ail j! uplifted "
f I i I tomahawk crushes her 1 fur t forehhad. | ;e rharacier o li! ? people! furI';, om :t
ed a*: she has been, I no for her ns she is, because alofl her cae-nor! the Senate: of Ron :'along the eastern line \llId. alas Ijo far on !
I t..i and this child af innocence and is bath 1, fia ii :.1 I, and! di-ti'i,'U.tlii'd asl.ill'x! ; the
I know her people.;! tie the pride and pomp of its power, when alike | this\ \ siJ l ", plunder an.I t m l.i.-.\Cre stalk in fearful .
.tl "I'
'd in her own blood! Take another in ; spirit( ; l o.ipro i i-f m \\1I\"n! it un-trs
By the Vire President, J T :Myrick.\ Our upon the Thames and the Tigris its ; horror through thit unhappy 1 land.i I
stance. A father returning at evening: to ti 1lt I as for the w;. do u ,t i ;gu"rul( J"lil mi,
the lull in our i From that hour lo this, hive scarcely: -
country. Depressed by great eagles flewconvey to my mind so high un : we t '
I !' : home he had: I teat lu all the :tight i of hr.;)-? andlove its rel.-e dltn'iLitioi" : and l bat tree; Opwir : pI
staple commodity may her resumption of specie I idea of the simple sublimity! of m-ual grandeur, known a single month ot quiet. From time t toI nt.rui 1 .
in the morn, beh'ilds! n:) ,- : hi- f *
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payment be equal o her suspension. und as this convention presents- This the embodied time we have: been stunned with the details. ol I If .
yard, what, the wife of hi* !"o,on, iha n* u tuc- -nttake care, thir the apse;
commodity soon resume its former II of thu talents and depredation and mn>acre,-we have; been harassed -
our staple representation statesmanship : ,
j panion of ,li ng year-t of vici-sitU'es! ami tnil I pointed to :n'i?tu t'J ttu iro.r. art aft

standing.By: the v.isdoni and courage of young with new levies, new It'nl's-hln [been j I the sh-irer of his toils: and the -oMher of til'arf'S. I true And genuine principles a.-}it.h lid ll

Allen II Bush. Esq. Col. Brown, and I Ann ricaslanding upon su perilous a cri.i., kept in a state of confirmed agitation; :and alter ; erred .
laid with :
I long pierred manv: woun-Is. :' tt.eir JM.'i JIr /.n r ; arvj. while
his brave comrades in the late: Walton rampun. with calmness and deliberation: about to take eighteen months of trouble, when we had
i and crimsoned with the blood of that heart that _gcut..tre l..ti.I..d lu trioe.];. ret." of Ibtp0ty.
Their and effi- << which deride fondly thai ihe war w.i* ended we hearit I
: courage perseycrsnre \ atef p must nut only the deytinyof Imped hid ted .i
i loved: DIIII, Mound the yard an thrown his an specified | r.grunttd..
entitle them to the gratitude of their but the is be renewed-all the labours of the .
dent service, own country, fate of liberty forages to past : ..
children of ditierent a_cssiitrend in l hdv! seek I.:;.: ti r ii u v implication \I'u..riIh
the people of Florida. to come-0 it was a scene which had thus pound out like water on the flJulid. ,
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death; hi- prattling: rube, mingled; before him.i than "'U.I. ('.i; Tf J. our .
By T M White. The Reader of the Declaration. never been paralleled, and which the uorld is In ihe mean time, band.* refractory Creeks .
I i There they lie in tlrtir goretlcl"Iiun! i" sir.iekwith eri> .iuiit.vil.. taf! -ill we r-.n.1 i sue JuJi
: The excellent manner in which he nol likely ever to behold again. have broken in upon our western boundary .
: madness and dr.-p.ur, ant humanity with I ih* ceiitiiveiul i aol r-'iitri'ut I! torCH :\",Aj
performed his duty, reflects upon himself thegreatest And where are they, those men of mighty I from the lower pail of Alabama, marking their I I
j veiled J eye, retires weePoAndrre Irom ths sr.cueI I j deii'-i of our p-iltin-.il! I j-v-le-n, .re trek
credit. deeds ? Ah echo answers, where They course as usual, nh blood and fire. Suriprisid I
I such deeds! to he borne, will they not I r due Consiraiiit sad uiro! l"y tile! iiiheno
Mr. Taylor after a few remr rks, in answer are gone The arm that held up this produc I and unprotected citizens! have either ;I
: si.mulatc men to avenge the fate of the i'rave j go'ir of ors {ptuc11dei! t.f ii-r! coisliwtw
to this 10'iSI.! gave r.s a sentiment, I lion lthc Declaration] IS nerveless now; and :i been butchered in their own borne or. it '
and the uimtf-n- l.ke the ill
the virttiou-, the helpless and !i pLtiietary wrl.f ;,Ii. ,''"
Tl;:? town ol" Mananna. Long may the urbanity these lips that poured forth torrents of do- i[ limply they could escape, havu fled by ihe midnight i voSve: h.

an<5 bospiiality of its citizens render thisbeautiful queues in its cupporl are sealed in death glare ol" their burning dwellings. diugl J, iruin' il"IIJhr"h; ; lutureart
the and I Still I would la: our soldier*, gain a don i cry thing; tlepeti< urns the stabdirjdi
town ihe home of stranger, I "Cold! hCaJ\\nll.fs tongue, This: picture admits but of slight alleviation say
Tha. bushed I ble victory endeavour first t to I insiuu: io is; these pt" er'l"J, and oar "Mwdi
the resort of IIU Floridian. sonny ml: n. i 1- few. ali- are the sources of consolation ; conquer your .

liy Col. Isaac Fort. :Major General Jesup. I And the mighty chief who bared his arm for amid orenes ol sutleri :g, and in mi.nieiits of cnrmics and lhe to s.ive th..m. Hat in .ihi- re.itiz-.- :gl'H .j., destiny ..Iud'

His course in the Cfceli and Seminele:; wars i j our political salvation,-ihe Father of his 1 peril and alarm. Stilt, my friends, there grow I! rigid necessity of war .'10 this complexion il i: J...\\ .1. I. I" IIIIU""ll lu u." fitttrry. El'I

Ima sunk bun below the pity even of those who' I Country ,-WASHINGTON I-where is hp.t I out ot most calamities some acts and events ; must come at last," save our enemies whenwe 'I and knowledge will' raise, and inf *i|

wounded honour of t Gone his reward we ran; destroy them if ice must. But let us qualify the III;:ss fur self! goy -rniii 'o", read
failed before Inm.: The lo Thty are all withdrawn r8:>till:! a softer light; upon" th: darkness of thliIllC .
bhould be from the theatre of his I' turn from the contemplation of war; and its I good s. nse. native l.ilenr! v.rllJ5.tnl'o
the country requites that Iii' name ( world's; acii"ii, but nt : The ch'r h'lcrt (.f Priam and Hector

stricken tram the army roll. tlliheir part in it has been accomplished; until redeem the fate of Troy: Like the oasis in horrors; lei us turn to thoughts of peaceand L furce of rh iracler ...t"ht s a.u--ncln-

By WilL Ross. The Seminole I Vitro It now, "They rest from their labours and their the desertbeheld by the traveller from afar, in hopes of happier: times. This war cannot will contribute to elevate the! s t""d1rihlll"1 !

the works do follow the last brevet; our rulers are bound lo terminate I : mind. Our country will bertjobject
, has been protracted to minister to vanity in. I whose soil gn en bowers he loves to repose, .

of military chieftains. May it be spee/Jily! terminated A lew years ago impressed with sentimentsof an 1 whose IroiU'ulness and verdure form a paradise 1 it, they must, or receive the indignation of admiration :greater e%-u lhbivipg :
: t of an injured people. The Seminoles I confiraied confidence( in her
justice to Florida. reverence, and animated with an enthusiasm; aid surrounding dreariness and deso

By Captain D Pittman. Lieut. Reyno'ds: : as warm us that of the :Moslem! at 1 eCCo"1' lation. hope will halve been removed by autumn, the abe will become a model for iiiniali_

Indians than live -. hrine and I Creeks:: before then. And with her I the iin neii:.e fit-Id of general faUtorymake sti
Better ct hunting dead nnetHe ( hope mute enlightened, I performed I I ,South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and peace

is a real cheat to Uncle Sam and such leilous my pilgrimage lo Montici-llo. i Louisiana, hive reflected, hunour on them [ halcyon breast shall! soothe the stormy waves., : her influence: known and fill,'

should be dismissed thc service. Upon the suiumil of the mountain stand* the selves and the cause; and Tennessee, has displayed No more shall the blood ofthe white man dye I ;is she moves jlong% ; UJMII>> ber cou5,

By William Pusmore. Col. Broun. Truly majiaion where the philosopher breathed his i a spirit that has immortalized her.- the waves: of the Wyihlacoochee 01 the sands I rials!: of her usefolue; : and inotjUiBeflUglorv II

' may Flonday say, "Well doue, thou good and last; :here is the porch where oft had moved I I There was no requisition UJHHI her; but from I ol Walton county. The next } ear will upt'nI : ail shedding: to the last the_- i

faithful: servant." his lofty form; and, far exploding to the east: her rocky hits and her tCt"ming'alhe she sent propitiously! upon our Territory. Her exiled ol" her peactfultriuaphs a ni tba olJ'j

D. is that u' which had I citizens: to their abandoned national virtues up{ *'u nn landMercantile sisrlt:
By Charles Olbon. Captain Pittman. scene roved in silence forth her sons to our aid. They came to fight: iciurning long

,, His gallantry and unflinching firmness merit and :thought, his philosophic eye. At that the battles of the stranger: they were under hones, will resume their occupations with

the applause of the country. little bumnul be sat with II spyglass in his no obligations; [but tlie> felt and owned the done to molest: or make them afraid. Agriculture Laic.: -Jud e wryL Ol a

By Elijah Biyan. Our Country. May she hind, noting the progress ol the building; of lies of a common CoUnlr} and a common commerce and the mechanic arts; all setts has decided, that the cenii *

act so as to justify( her actions. Virginia's University, the darling of his old cause-in ulled national nghu, and outraged all the various avocations of peace will revive. Warden thai damage 0 f' *' nol f

By Col. t,1, m M'Maly. Public spirit, unbiased age. At a short distance west irom the house, humanity: And whilethey, were amongsl us, Education and science will diffuse their ble-- from negligence:: of the niiWr: .

by icnds: and uninfluenced by party er down a gentle slope, a .ludden turn ol* the road they created ties which cannot easily be broken sings abroad, and literature the. young daugl: not sufficient, in law, to vary'of 'theetptS.is

prejudice.By brings the visiter to a aiuall enclosure;-a l few ,-the ties of friendship and lasting grali- let of peace, will iufusc ber o.\n mild and g.- the bill of lading; and that the v' .

John A. Copeland. Brown nnd Wellborn young oaks, in tbo wild luxuriance of nature tude.hI am a citizen ot Tennessee/ has uial pinls into the character of the people.. ble for injury tu goods shipped, not1l'lsuch *

: Marion-like, Hide! cry, but oafs wool. wave their boughs over the plaee; and under already become a pissporl in Florida and it is Florida thus restored to the blessings o' ceflinVuttr. .

By Col. J. Robinson Tbe United Slated one ol these oaks, beneath a plain brick layer, eulogy eusugh to day, "There is a soldier of pence increasing in opuUtiou: wealtbnd intelligence .In Elegant CO"p lIt.--'

army, with its disciplined officers. May they reposes the author of ibn Declaiaiion of Ame- Tennessee, who belonged to the army of Gen. her resource developing imOi graceful, was recently! paid to. Le tuts fAmet*

be reserved as targets lor a disciplined loe to lican Independence. There are a few tomb- Armstrong'" the fostering hand of wiie and piudntit I.-gis- Lando, (L. E. L.) A spooroea ol t1 j

shoot al; and the citizen soldiers of Florida, clones near by. with insi ription upon some And we can say, my friends, with honest lation will advance from her stale of pupila&e; hundred leaved; i sr, _lga+!'flit.ise,. ssv>. JB1.

f nnd the adjacent states, under their own choice members: of his family; but 1 ran to this, for 1 pride,that throughout thus war Florida bu sus. and having by her
t of officers, be permitted to play at balls with knew it must be Jefferson's. Aud here, iuo tamed her honour. She has supplied requisu und organized for self govtrnmeni, request that st e th'\M!! fSsal U 00 t.,..E

i v.col.J"d his w 'nors, for 1 Florida lands. thought, 1 lion after requuiiuu. Leon wags it ". as UQ. aha will pascal b #daiaos* to coogred for ad. Jin.t'OURTll Ue D.J. -

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r_ Roc$ u contetapiible from thtirwetkiMa. Especially having, in the coarse he has pursued, yielded 1-

iji E FLORIDIAN. were they confident that the nation would not attempt only to the solicitations of ninety-nine THIRTY "

forcible reaictance to the execution of the treaty of removal. from

1A Auu.\1"m""a That they would reaort to every pretext and hundredths of the army. At least s says STOLEN a large my dark

pretence to put off th period of e-mijration, and retard the Savannah'Gergian.. a cir upon her right .

SATURD.r, JULY 29, 1837. the execution of the treaty, and that many would long, and three or four
kulk iOl haMnoeks FRO.tf' EAST FLORID.Ire I h-ve every reason to
th. and swamps Lo avoid going
and l requested ( copy the following letter from the Savannah stolen by a run:iwiy I {
W .uthctritt"d o present away, was the most that was anticipated. The murk Gnmhle, whose n.'me is J
e G. TBOU'1'Ol'f, Esq as a candidate lo der of the friendly chief Charley E-naihla, en the 2Cih Georgian. Ia:: written by the correspondent of that ye.irs old; five fret s .p.. to

BLJUIl fIeItt the r* Plc' of Leon county in the next November, 1835, followed in a few weeks by the paper, who prffeiset lo communicate intelligences'.nctly InarkabIY loa eapecinlly / ,

rt LtgiS\3 pr \ t\.t Council. I misiacre and scalping of Gen. Thompson, the agent- true. ders; bow-legged quite and fil-

1 of Lieut. Smith, of the army-and of the sultk-r, Mr "Fort King, Pa. July 11 tk, 1837. fore I will tooth.give the above $50, t.

,,e .rf authorized and requested in announce Rodgcrs, under the very guns of Furt King, were the "1 lime l hut little Indian news In communi will deliver t oth mule f and I

),a-r JAMES STEWART, as a candidate In rcpre first derided indications of the wailike deposition of cate. You h.ive; heard, I presume, that about ble or myself; twen-y l

guI, tinpeoiJe i of Leon county in the next Lejjh the ration. Even these acts were believed by many to 100 Indians are on the St. Johns, another dhis] for the mule, if : ; l: \11.. and f r. --- V

4i,'e Cmmc.1.. -, have been pcrjx'lrateJ by Oseola and his Micasukics, party of (lie lame nurnhor, in .m vicin either.portiomie(and amount immrttoCo to OctO- .-

to glatiy his personal an I that the othci' it huntinfr, with orders :
revenue, from 1
.. authorized and rrqtiestf-u1 lr ) tla-ir chiefnot elba of sueh c- nfidemnt |' J i
5-f, : announce I chiefs were not participant: with him. The II whitu SU3;
\ e candidate cunringdipl'inali&U I iimlcM people, or to inti-rft-ru with our I'rorert). LOUIS I
E PIBISH as a to relIree2ItCaMiflY : Octo
Co1iC. j4)jES) : of the middle and !owtr towns of th nation their \VirtUnd, JeiTersoa
,'f Jefferson; in the next Legislative I properly. They mi't one or two of
) while they rnceuraied ihe opinion prevailing in I Indians some days since, and word (hat nu '10 IS: 7. slabler, I ii -I
Co unciL the ccuncils! of foil of their lEnt \ \ ] }
---_ King, mcaknoi, and an-I they wisliedto come in. if they couIJ) do so ot" ,
(ntVetmn from St. Joseph, tenuan of doing nothing more than del. y and tviih By vii tut' and in .
g ; they would
$ pr'rasI I hive been in before
.y ere !
( tinate txmii el terrii 1 || l in due
'Ilod llCP" e'i ived at that 'nce of i by pcuceaLle means, were all the time secretly had
inf-rms'1 I. ihi-y' seen Indians Greeks ,
!al( their any ( ) to plamiifT Christopher ( r
roraC'"ml'nt of fit' B"owm ro orna-ul with the i husbanding resoupei, procuring aims and am'l eeiablf tlem; lo communicate their wij-hes. issued OMt of the Superior I 44-tf '
'1 '! A1 Hawe munition, and making very priparaiion for a fif FI iiJa for -
cdalun ">stFoii.'a] near qua. Capu I tliit it was pi-ace, &,..-Woid was sfnt then Leon I
]: rot: merely tl.f rrsltt .nce, but oj attack, which the whole I shall nn Saturday the 2d -
"M n "volunteers is said to hare btha- th.mi '
i that
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fifth* ( nria in and the 'G
tI' e lie I led his 1'ttle )bnnd into the nation hid ieslrid iiHin.| *i hey had their scouts andspies :I live made their next day; furor Icj.xl h..urson said day, CIS.
) jointly. : with melons.) countV.rrnosi" Kiln _
ttl..rrv I appearance, In In
t'oemnnd received three ".'lInt. noneofw'licb '. .through". ut the territory, gathering inforn.a.ion, l'i'n -17-tf _ _
the fo
l ccf. &r. l
-.iictftfthe T'noy lmtcd melill and described
..... cay thu. j> J -
u- .. .. and closclv wnrl: >mj( it. n'.r .Lo.I.
ire d pr<1 .I..ft. lliotf before lion 4, To..-.IMI I, Itlln I
b twer.' The wily TIOFRTAIL. professing endship; was rorn. they II.f part of the country ( '
great Nn I-Sec-ion 33
Lleutl'l"rt, ?1r. Myers, nnd als* three privates, ,
fur'' last spring: thai ( corn \vill not amount Wcst.-L.it I (In the
employed ostensibly in hunting dter and tu-kiei) to N 1- I [
was theThe
A on :
,'imJfd abut fifteen min- thecitize-iof Tall ,Ih.Issee until Ike very morning that ,much in consequence of not hating been freed North and W(s', Lot Xo I dhns! ,
f"Il1r d' 'p3gflfltI31eJ of werd in f r Rin-rc I r\orh: ai.dfV.t
e8uIfl. ;
Gen. Call
first inaiclicJ with \oluntccis the
,, "h.: I d.ans utrratej.leavinj 1 five *f tbeir to piotcrtion ti ii n 5, Township I I. Rnll I I by tho
I'l'' .v of the citizens of A 13chui.. IFe leant l.e even ',1 I missed one of th** Indians! : from thai time the improvements : I : and .'
%J bJD.LTa&GIC&L: rrull led his sr\'icest a guide toour Juices. But on tmlil, \edli-rday when ho returned; ho had bern lilt Property of said I -

rr.uscc.-CJn Saturday last, anumIcf that mvrtiiiig he "suddci.lr Ji>ap|>caicd. a.d with the to Furl ;ldlul or Philip's loan to inform tL liiify said writs nrcorJuiff dollars of

two cr three hunters attached to his fled to the ihein of I their THOS. ::
of citizens being assembled! at ShcII Point, in this camp reception.It re >!rn*
nation the shoit trail along the an and earned is bout ihi-f By .
by c | : lime said
1 icsorted they
unpiVi I a quarri' arose we-ipuns were t! by they were Dated July 7th, 18 J7.

itreral "n e3II MJe, and e rrgrl t to say it resulted in wilh him the intelligence of the approaching armed lo relur and go over the line ealabli-hed by 45-tf

h,. dtJb: of Arthur \.( Esq-, and also Mr. force several days befurc it reached: the Iroi.tier! lie Treaty. and that five or "ix of the Chiefs wen"tl NQ ;

Gk 'fl.1te'' former by a stsb in the rbdomcn] anti' has not been &cin in this quarter since, and has been je to St. Augustine, lo see the Commanding rlfUIE A. on TAXES the subscriber for Tax's- -

tic InUei by a :lIHll'.tIUI d. Three brothers, one of the most active nr.d deirucme wairmrs ir. the Oft cr abou a si ore (with which tin'ywish and paying the sam. the l at iny -
1 frJ r'. Nntlnri'1 t H*., John! and \Villi.ini Wa'kcr! nutiun. Alu l ot the coufla<;r.itu'iis and niurders onthe to trade it l his place) and they appeared : I'-r.:? -

M. uihton and Jam Howaid wtst side of the Suwtinnif, have been commuted learn July 13, 1837.-43 if thoy
.-Join s cte all pleased In Ihat: t Gen. Jesup was llicn*. C. T.

.'..lIft'erdOllm.lt'J., either by knives or gun or pis- by the bands of this ch'uf, and young Hicks, op Tuckbuictiec "They have tlirir women child, t.n with 'IX I THE COUNTY I 44 if -

ii.o' The acco'intkof: the wise and cnc'iimtan- Htjo the son of, the laieTotose J Ematl.la,,r them Lit I .
u I ; sh th.il do I
\hiil v\s
Ijorriulaffair '\| Col. Hicks, the olJ chin (if the Sanli ala tribe, and conclusively they persons ,' 'I
ofIh$ ale so ron'radictorv. that(1 intend :
es not renewing; I)<;.siiitie5! and t talk ;'s i if I ALL : debts ot V _
,. long cxe-cising in conjmution with l'1*' celebiatid ,: !/ Laug,,Oil, I
( ,1111'1 even to allude to them. The whole!
CNI' Nea Malhl the ot a'.l: th- town: oiigi- they were only* waiting 'fur ihe irklv genson !!Ip.s .i win arp y at thensuing < i rel-
11: v %bein; ii'i 0 erse of judicial invcstigati.m, is ids,. lo rIT to the \| bcr next for allotn. :
quit totlnir I ent ,
I'tJSntl why weshou'd f ibcar doing! more than, rx- ally west f the Suuai-noc. county uyreeably j Tract ..f Land situate ) : of the -

.t nur must |1\f'I.II:1'tfd1n:lIcof ie-ret at this' ocan' 1 lie iicw of the iilHur of /rithlacoochoe, and the promise. I j I N'u h EISI quT'er! of .1' j to '

of Dade) and li iI dctachn.eut lecciveJ si- i Five Nor h of i to mi V
a s.icic I i
1'1' ( t:tat we deeply sympathize with then Col. Limlsey, U. S. Army, IMS arrived nt :''fil.dtnihcClerk'sOffKC. I 1 ass'gn-
I .
,?Pfl 1 ,whose! who Ii ave lhu% Vy m uuf<-ru'.i.ic! : Ln'I ,ut aneothy, came UJKMI the people of Florida, imJ Athens, Geo.: on II) take command of I I : to I
11m"y, .ou.1' re.tk < f \ :oknt'', Leln hurried into ctei- the' tvhole\ nation, like a clap of thunder! in a cloudless the forces in the Ii.Cherokee country. Capt. Ju'y 1C, 1 1i3-M-lt Ih same. '

I tl.t}. li was enar&y' unexpected. It is in \a;.n f>.r --- :: : Talla-
'r Green is his adjutant;; lir-n.; Wool is
Gin. Clinch to airojjate to himself, n I to report to Gen. SCOl? at EHzabcthtown! X. J. I I A LL fers Its are > 43-tf
Thf'iiu-1 of Fl'iiul.iiid\ t.SI| cna"y:: th: V'I.r.' : jnJ piesciencc as to the impending w tr. U'eher I 1jl note in de payable i I _

u".h'r Orrc'r C. ll, 'n tl'6' frst nmxemen' (I. j I h hI wilt ui\c c xtracls .f a lettei of I.N wnit' n --- ---- If" l.ihi Thi-usat.d I i an PO- _
Co]. Long is DOL.
'.11 tlc Wu, 1 I'c .ehcr, in DeromVr.1SS3 I : ;, will fin I I Jti o Cul..1 l Gad I HuP'jihicys! fopn-.r I liidiui a ent n'w st2rvlVinnand making observations I I6'fi: and due on the 1st I .
I fur : livery
i;, .ihe rtn1'" Ie- o' the Go einr, cor-tni'trd in our I fr..nFo t K ing. on ih* 21 b ..f .1 tine I 181"i w l.icli set- j a Hail Road between the Chat- no e has been lost or l ; _

.. "'' th,* recent ,tll'ra'iOIof Purranf :I tics 1''_" .. is tahoochie and Tonness r Rivers. He is sati.it V by reqnestcd not to pay I 4S
>t 0.11' e |! : 'r.- ..; fbr f : vcr. Tsl-ttei! : < rut'ly:I conclusive .

.. c'i Psq'i re.0r (*?rr'h: ih.! -it m.-ixly, an I in- i I a; uitst dun in his t1 t'li'c' vv .t'i G >\'. C 'S>, c.e.tiiig ,-. !' ti f( ) a Track can l 1.( obtained bra Road my Columbus order. Ga June ( ] .-

01,1"I t f ,I '. II" 'f'; .ir .n'lirt nnd trpirnti ,(. the sillirerioy; o!" his f t ..t fc; and II prove*, |'\ tlp rlfvalion of which, \ill\\ not exceed 30 feet I for

.11\",.I. ," 1\' :;"." nKd. vi i li tl'at (.fGn\'l"nrr (": n'l also, whm i. pie-ty t I }r n- 1;'I)" ULev: .id in FI ri.!.,. 'h u I II. to the mil '. I Houses in .''/ I olV.5 and! V

.;.n t 111",1..t. d,. iusn.l- d 1'\'It..dl1r.'C't'rc-.flhe| n iI I..r teiiC' to IMVC his lonnn ,.oJ. .utntcd: ws n1ceutd --. J I fa HE bs-rii-Hrr' is i : for Ie 4
1'1 Ifw "'0 ,;.t err in O'T' ..i'l' 't"."."., t'fso '?rj. Ly pioji: osi.cs: w.IIIut was ir.dutddvS'omc I : :U." I JL St. Muks. 'I 1 lhc i :- V
..Hn"/i :: :e feet, two it"ncs hiih., !
t N w 1 "-. 'I.'r i'',o \ooc il.in! wji'i.' stiinr. We nic ohcr; latent c< n1ktati..is.Vc! \viil; .(.t allu.lc | -- I inaniier, ceili: d nl-.H e and : ( ( /

; :i. r oi.a'H n' us.ted 't ith the quondam Co'o- t tOhon-c wl.i-li hi I'C been cunjwtincil; but'ati.tr: in POtIOFST. MARE..ArivdJ.v ri-o.ns, w ::ith counters *. V
: ''-6n
I i J i'.e' ('ui l" rec'mertf 1"r.r.tn'il'' ; rhaiity' to Ge mi I Clinch, \\ ill I j.res'im' j tI.I! sis w.l.; :; 21 i, Scli. Pilot! IijIli-5: ; fr1, Suw.ne l'd..i, g r'C"1.S. <>i e \ : ---------.

trf\v\ n few n O'lths a jr"5(iert of Floii-i WP hive must (offi-er, .l l.e iiiTeast r.f the ninnl.er of troops cntrus'ed r rUr.r. oiliei, litiuse is wll >
22.c1.!.. i In- a mud kitchen ln,1 I _
o* i'.p frt-'inss'' cf I'OSMb'y \.liii Ii f.o.m of ihe tc his ch HJ.P, \\1>ul' I la\t- b'en ira'i\ i'tr to ] I.l I.-.M 4, .ira-hir-en'. J..yrps, fr',m N fin.--. uu mine >j"''>' .". /. j .
iU': diu juiii.iun as nn ttic r--nr that I Tc. ms will: J. n.a i'r! 1 i
til l- ;
'/>rn! "'' ti'Ta'wu'!* fct-m in e.\frr'.I" ainin"I Iie $ j'i jj'i |lJ 21.l. .S S ;me- Anvjr.-nn; HorJ-n fr'm Tcn-
solic.unir! th It incrras-. he was umvid I this less .": k-, July li.
:. "' t "at ',S we knrn. from his course '\ Iltle in in y !! i. I : Re v- .
'..n'in'hr'! T.rrit.rr. b,f'tic PS vrell as sine I l?lm selfish I consi li ration (.f having thc pl'-asini S KIC'V: rol! _Cleared, July 22. chr. Jr"r.w. Flitn.-r, (fr New l I that

II his i l rtlipr nfficcrs at Furl Ivinj! s-h-irt j.;:tarcc enlv \ .ii'I:; 24'11,1'" !'li.* Cn-toil' un'l' :a' .SIles! Le itIer.l I i roc I a i ; office in
: 15"' ai I" \or iie wc cit er any man's paitiz 'n Lit 24. Ens O'ive Br.nrh. F.n-.cison

i m.ler.' Uc lire uniniercste.lf!, except \s an from Iliie1Irn i\'c and va'uab'e' |!'.antili! .ni. sin C ca,Ud R"tel I fl.-t..r., \i I"' o'issrs. fur New York' BY .\ : rtquir .? _

.or, ,'. .It'n. anSI 1\5 nihura'e justice &lId Amer-1 I I Fort Dfjnc at whuSi! when on the peninsula, he re- a'.. ISrinrnael &Julin, Parkin, for New Orleans I' Governor of the : due Ihe _

J\\ ,... .\ iii b<>, nnd we be'ic\CMe are, b<*t" sen i J sided.i i in bal.I"I. :J 1 17 Hi! Rl-\S: i. has l \lior1
I j'lrli'l' Ii'rlrimHr'i.11.: W. Invo imesti- i I' O-i, the: 19ih; June 1?:', ion-.eof ilrt riiizcns (If .\I. -- -- V JAMES l D. general
i ;
I!, achu i dtlicicd a I any ffvcxtn or ci;l t la.)Jiaiiil. a j jinj ( no'( Iiuis.: : j Superior Co-.rt for t.ic l of tho
1 i' ... i cattle' inside the rCi'1 ve. A tenroiitiL: er ulJ "1 7 E h. xe. j-t 'ived fr m New O |rargan: in. I (Leo'i county,) foi the .l'L r. V _
cu rertcr.a.litM, nn] nfte- ji; % in: full wt'l1httJ ; V Bacon I >urcr.
a-.d of the whiles I'I'I [ Clap! l WlrP- Ml.! '" nf.I l'iot-e jail and made hi- _
and Indian was ki'kd : one or twu j jwnunded. .. _
:(n. C i nrl.'sdefence, wc are constr.uhed to exprc s I au : P Ca cs, H> fci-key. 4-c w- !Mfh) .e will 1| low eveiiMiir! ot the v9ih 'nst. ,--( V
: well A "uncil was held ilt the a.nry iulhnithj c,a-b.' G. ". < fo i -
ICr.Jl1\'lel'O' thil it wo'iM hwo' >eon q-ne: as ff 1.E-L' DENBERGER. NOW, hercfo c, in :

th:11 &n '''Id loti tHie h;;'l aWarn"! fioni his i h. j! and depredating Indians nandcd. Gnat exc.tc- July -v IJ-J7. 51 I ol>r a regard o*' Two ; PEt .

.s'on be'irc thr} pnl/ic. H'c find in his, rn'rse and I i meet I mailed amon; thin\ .fc< ntirr ruizetn cud fh iI i- t pr h f'iu'' and ile'.very! l s ly re- _______

n'Ut c.ilici: t" I'll' oHTr.mC tIt If tl.e L S. to the I I crI Clir.ch t'.\lS v.r'f.cs: to Co! Iluwj.hrrjt., o..c o: 1 \'I::11.1 s\ \ S, &(-. \ guebin ID any jaii within. u :c ib. t t _____
JTTIORTY ; i-'tis! large Parent n a; nnlil I d>> hereby
i ;;\ calcs r.j- .
1,1.;1 "fFI'rlfb-u! : -'r. frcirtary: Cas ,-toGovr them, H j ji I boi Rowand's Tunic Mizinr' necI','il oTI i I oScr: to be v gi.n: in 1 1r t : !1 .* re _.._ _

('ilt tli !. "I 1 i'-il:: I ell to have it in to informjou and sale .. ofle bauds _
and \I1I1ern at theVitli! co,)< lire I j.lea MV pawer ctlinnenl%, : lou- to r:. le r/v' j > d Te: said Hug I
iliat nil ihe Cl.iet* lli il II ci u ill cf-uticil 1)4') T. E.: dark .
:'' >:a.J'le' in< r.in; ; (0'.m"I"3'i"t: and, much-;! evening G.I. If LI.VI'ENBEItGHR.! I high, com. ICXIUK I -
ile"iJcd at oi ce t II'at| tin! I Indiai.s' w ho r".l.mt-: Juv Cf 9. 1- r \ tr tureen- ,'t't" '. : ;
\ I
vcr srra-lv adi.-ilifd: I 1.
ny I ,
J '
led the 4iutiaje .bailie I IIC.Ilj'; iniuicdi.iulv, a iiI !; i .ice rui ph. Moated' and I -
5. .', Lily C I'oS..e lieM 1 Hm to te n ft\.J- i .cxprhe ( s!'d a i Jmuinis, 1h3t I1e) bhoulc! Iw in'j; .l by I ()OTICI 1! sc: and rfeshy, \.nk> 'rec

ic nt'd' in-ii'vrc pr>1 urion; liivir*, to use I j'''s I 1.1\, s 4.fthe c..untry'. '.;* clci ioii will. I hn; c I A LL f.er.ns indebted 10 he e-.taie uf \\IIlitr i aii *t" ir.chn' to -.

v :jn.lartf aiijpinin:: staip, "oioic 'Irm 1'0 canV.ticc t..r p<.opltf fir Alarhu. t'.iatlAe! niliust is ""- .:. Ler. late I of Ler.t. ro'Uity.. teamed, "r' reo'e.td Gn en under r. y hand : :: ; apply to 11 I

posed lo tie acts committed by tlest sIn gating pa> tits. tu make imnvdat" p-ivnient.: an'J! 'ho'(having: rjune, I lb r;;. coun. ,
ali 'it li;n\ A .' ; '
': a Et:tes'nin, l I.f larked i iu 'fle'l'e claims .aid estate I ofGIO l
ag-inM are herd.y d lo i
further add pre I V
lie *:- nO'lf [ __ _
t. -"i1' w t. t mi i ai I ti 1.srrvin=, ifr
"4>$ ,ii i "v, U' h \.1 l narrow anil ren n-ci'd 1II'.li.|i| i! : {I HAU a scjnciF.NT roccEto CRUSh ALl. THOSE b\.lw to the su1 kcnber, or ih'-v' will l>e forver bar- 1! ___17_; I XER. _
inei'u; II ol the i-orprm.V'it 4i1 ril. officer 8nd] rf.. r -I. WILLIAM LEE, .-ldut'r. -Y U i ICii : I .
ili I. III)' fiini 1'i.l'Ci' that (the n \lI..fI IIc'cra, \ '
"1 !y orjusti'-pTt'nrn! Tl 1 cr" T'IVUVS' r*>rni'-il ( !i ..:d in b' nioie triC'i'liy: than at Urn time and -.Iuly4:7.: 51One 1." rv PAn II .: I j _

11'ii o'ih '%fTci ii l litti g'r-iw 'l'if''Id in dm roi.j II"-" peifci tlTel'! ilat it wou'd b: ws'less Bit and a hnlf Re ic ard. j trllll'3C rdie : on of In* in my Ii I the lion .. _
uby me as Uwlul.
ilea vrr rrvT''t' d Ins in'rodn'iion' int-> lie! rnliiifG in." fid, ALMOST .AD.VESS TOtoMMt.scE HOSTILI- 1"T AS IW'Fi'KH! (I he I'h: of July lav, in j I TalUhasse, April) '.' of county NA V. ___ __

.-n. Jii 1-nn, a.,1! wrir gra i fie"1' n lievas M-cos-iky: Be t, Captain Pari-h's company.U'i a-ed.

tw iv !., 1'a-is Fir ro'4- i.r-tV illl
xjicrlcd a war, oi. thai hs loice was inhutriicnt. havi, g be n afted in his (j'lacher by oflVr th" I SCR lB: .
> T il I i..1 wu': 1:1O: m'f' a firsl r-t" editor; o j I TIlI8U '
rew.nl 1.
I the VUJ I8J Clinch lold ab ve r his de! at M ij"r .Slewar : Gill
.. '. *' Apr'l ; (InI ulinns in I I i\'lij I
'f ,
niJ"lllik" &
ie -il ''he I :ILLLI.SI.2 manu of
I at been $cnt to tnfoice tilt'ts-esIy. t ad tear acsory : I.
\.11"t\ '"y far t-n.ei' f>t, pa nby (for a ".rle"'r)' n t N. C. Thev, are made on I H.\R- .
S mo'tgli' / tu 4/0 it and Uti.1 hecvuld "
-- do
ktr 11. (ih) r r(1 ''-'S nnd f'r riihrr ranges thnn I j j jv I i';, IllId
-IdJ *icd ell'l y Cs'th. we Believe no i-mill share: n; I j a OP y r 'FIE sulisrt ibers bate ''hi1 d entered into I ; !
18 -a, G n. Thou ps'm wrote Wa&lmict-. n y co- : to bured
| -Him. f t'ie' JtVinirole war and its di i I
aMrrp par.nrrshin, tinder the firm of Tal Holt Co.
? | R,
t.atfl( a concentration of the forces under Gin t i Ianolia,2dJu1y, l ; j
i -sly nl'Utn'.le' to I i'nj; but in tit! pirticular mai- j' S. S TAFT, i.I :,7 I !P
Clinch the Indians would '
Mtac : ,Jisni'le between tfcern, he has, \\c tbillk. the1'1It 'BE CRUSHED. GEORGKG": HOLT M) ;: : ___
As evidence also tl.11 Gen. Clinch had -
I t-r "in I.If I. no idea ofc. GE'JUGE MILL .R.Pt I IX "%"WHEK frc-r.1 It

Mr. Cass Iud it war, it may be menu ncd* that 'his plantation was MarkJuly' 1, ]1R37. 51 : ..f J cll'ol\ Com j
'e'arj' as was repeatedly! ty
carried Oil ns LISLItI t.l1 lute in the fall. Fort King I i i trati'in of the goods to the
':'!'.tJ tol-iin, prneurcd ai. appropriation: ca few PnOC.LJM.ITIOJCi | for the
was not in state eftief nce, -nd crru without! pickttt !J.t of .J lI! C01\11ly, dctca V
"U su i.l d 1 il.! "rs in :11 -r, 35. and invited a deputation I j i BY R. K. CALL real es V
till about Ike( lime tf the murder cf Charley ;inathhcIfGcn. I : .
b t f>T neijini chief jn-lu JII.R .Vicconopy' Osceoia! i : lr. h. isn. _
[, < Clinch, wasforwitin'dofthe appiouching war J i i Governor of th.j Territory Floiida. | July : ; !._._.".
'II Jos o
:mr1II..t"r "I 'VavJ.inp'f.n. which -
J'JI' in Lo* caiibc ju-lif/ himself for having nude no Leit.-r I Jprepaiation *%': HERE \ S, nn < le, lion W 's h' I .I il.e tirtLlundav I' Let my work 4d.4w
would late witnessed the' oft
'fn'.y ti.ey rtrength for the pi election of the forces he bud If ; V V may, Ii. 7, for j tie election (.f a i Subscriber : )
"h.t(Ij; and if he had also tti1enjudieiouh and privuies I Delegate Irom this Ttrotrlc.te next .ngrtss0f THE Store : '.
it was too small the greater the for nrtificia1 .
n.ea to cITeriual'y' eotieiliaic and tecuie the necessity I I the United Mates, t.o t t the sense ofthe peop'e ; i services tothe puHic as ofjien
fJu'-nre! chief : defences. If the Ii-i.iasish.id&acked: Fi.rt Kn.g I on the policy and propr-c-of: d i Territory aroil do Kuril- United
<.ftUn *,-from which course he wnsi I : 'L'm- is I'le, to
i:rained by a false syMem' of n ipgivrdly i.1 the hilLer pail of November, the gairi would ) in. a. bta! e. ,\nl \he-.f'.! Csl.'IItLEIlO1I'INO I II j so will woik on Garlla f : C. V

i 1 An economy, must probably have met the fate i>f the lalll n.eJ Dadc. I, f" t. .lol.nV cou'jiy iccei.cda greater number ol that j is neces-.aiytobo. ( oat of
eSl'e.sivc fear of fir
censure lir/c expendit I votes h1 ar.y Othcr candi I for teleg te,and there I h s diligei.ce in : I F.., iua, I r
in bit drpartment, and an afieried dtlicacy of Again, whafhas been the repealed excuse for the "lS given 'pn an.r nlrler, of l roes: f r a state, than I to1L'iS, to secure to him d out .- -

II'I cmre-;it is mote than probable the war would failure of our ariiiynn the peninsula since the Dr frt I I a eiziiital Gu\er.meD. B aj'pears by the returns i I '* d- -

it been avoided. I. Commenced, and which is siaud to have been the chiil: I II J I'gSily made to uie: : Ralev'* Mills, .1 efiersn : -to-h; > r

[ Gee. Clinch in his last .'Je of the result of the affiirof the WiihUcoochce, {I IS'o'w, .hi lefore, m pursuance oflaw, I do proclaim I h ve le- -
nublicntinn, would fain it i- I
the elect- iJcie: of
duly ate irom day
j t in 'Absence ol correct ographical infi.rra. sail C.arts owning I :
tine public believe' that in 1335 35 toi| : I l
early hefvretmdjrid'clttd I the rriiory 'lor ida 10 the next Cenrrrw he IX months aler date I d"y, a: t .
the tear,-llMt he remonstrated with \un"-'I"ant of tnowledgo of the tountry'1-"
If-Cass on arcounl of tl'e incrTiriency of hi. com-rend formation ot negro or Indian guides," hjs, it is beluv- I was gmn a uiajohily of 1105 votes lor a S a e G.>- Court <>:f Leon county, ( -
d, ur:e Clfnch's which under my band at Tallahassee, this 27th day of said ; 1, V
l: plantation, lie has KillllairJ.I.HC:
ernmcn its ougmentaiion, with a view to be ready< otcupi.d f.r )'us.. of July lt. 7. ( I : I V ; Lot 1i .
within GEURGE
*l't ANTICIPATED storm; and he quotes :largely fromo.cJ.1 is.xhee. .a He diy's has ride had,.f the the battle Jed| of the U'i-h'a-: : R. K. CALL July 3d, t 1637.4H-6.ii ( I see 5, '

I corie'poiideiire 6U&laintltili rtosinon. I I coir.mand of troops a lot'g 51 Governor of Flonja. thereon, V

'ftpinh Ut. he fails: to ds.. That he solicited: tI>IC IC1'seof lime In Florida, and many scieatific; active young m. TIFKNTY (Christo .
I Cl'r n..der 111 control, M Foil' and NOTICE TOL N from ihe ; to
his command, and that in etlnst'qucnl'e.iUt'ln3.1 Kns Tampa! Bay, I S Kihol Jun I M.
to whom orders to > One :
1 forces were ordered to join him, is true; I but acquire the topographical infornulion T HR coparrnerlbip heretofore existing under I the with a lu-is; twiuh tuil, D. 41.
L have firm of T. M'Cariy Sf Co. at Jri. )AJaiks is this
a\ bt.ctr necessaiy c"ul been -i iYen. ,
: any o I her offi',r Ln Flonda, military or cI: Wny w u no, white: and ,he out side 4- -ids I.
mutual All
this distolvid by conreni. indt'bt .
\ Suiely Gen. Clinch day persons -
or done seward will -
Ii.erv f.w cilizenson the frontiers, had any ,'i no say ihe Secretary d 10 the 11" firm are leque&tedtomakepuymenito 4
of Tur is bUm
.doen' lie had will deliver the said
th. Indians would commence liostilitie bee.tl not given him I ether: of the subscribers.
I \"" Cdtr lo acquire this inforrauiion-...and Plantation, 7rjiles eas to
mMirer which T. }M'SARTY. cau .
.\y did. until |late in thc month of No- might mation of ihe horse will
I'm, "" '-" j hue prevented the occurrence of the disasters f "J5 J. It. ROH'LES.St. -- vrhj t. _
f. "
.uIIIl the ct. But if the future deeds ,
'I !
ii. to &. 36 and '3.The Marts July 18,1837.-50-4w $ to.. tV
wre ih'n f-ireseen by any pif-ed seer, either: Julygq 1837. 1 V
IIrmy "r of civil lif, he withheld the result of r ; news from the East received NOTICEIS I ". ; .
I "f'li! I from the by last HERFBY GIVEN '1 hat OTICi IS h le..}' I : : pl .
: powtra at Ifashinpion. So f far at the next January -
[:inv ltfb imimPiion Iinc rnnde lo them, the t r- niht mail, states that there is no longer a- term of Gad>den County Court the ui'di.rsiin- 'N term of Gadsen' ,. I \ \ ] Hand yirig rile-I ba: 'I

.ltl.c m-municitions we have seer published probability that the Indians can be in ed, the Execu or nf Field F.= Wynn, who was executor 7dmin; slr.uors of 1 ; hat.' U.13 ,
Benjamin B Babb will make foal n.ake fin 1 r. port and t
: I eronl.rjtry"d 1 ilvanc .h" opinion thit to emigrate until l compelled by force report the I ::: eor.tex.
IIJIIS even' settlement of siid estate, an < six morrhs from tIe< nx( months; fiom ; .[ :
.. vliiinately n iMd 10 comply with the of arms. Cm. Jesup is said to be the only date bcreof will apply lor a discharge and letters ditmisvry cliarge and let.ers d: I c', V

!! "f rf Poyne'f Landing, they would not commence officer of the regular army who is not sanguine Irvin said court( as ucb execu or "f said ..dm miSlratol s. ,. will be 'I 1:
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__t-_ Groceries Just Received. A fresh supply of this VALUABLE MEDICINE .JlItlkJlIS' PIIIeIU ee.otIIII

ADVERTISEMENTS. Reetved. The ibvvo OintiMBt i. ..
LEGAL the Biis Howell we ejuslreceed: a large just od" red to .
: ,IIS! and certain
BY remedy for those Db.ti..r _
and ch..ice assortment of( RCIRlESwlucb I tIi ,
months from date I will some of which have so l long 1.1Ded tLe .
TJTIC1.-2ix apply to we offer for sale on good terms,- : IkiJ1
j.m ihe honorable Sars Bryan Judge of ihe County lOa bbl Baltimore; Whiskey science.
Court Jackson County, to be discharged from 50" N E Ram lit White Swelhn.ut nery Pbo1l.

the further administration of the estate of John Rix.deceased. .. 25 Country Gin 2d Sore u&aad Ulcenuf bog i.*.
WILSON ROYAL, Adm'r. 50 Champ.C gnacPeach l Apple Brandy Scliimisor Glndalar T'uo
'e hardened lamoarsin
't2. 1817. 37-6m women's b .
April 10 Casks Wine .
Malaga _
lime terminate i in
mQ Jlm ire 4g1 ITlmkey.J: ulcerated eaocirs.:
'o1'Tc.K-'Ix months after date t bhall 4Ui Felons'
present or wh.tsome
Auctioneer & Commission Merebont.QAUam Madeira Sherry Wines. peopfo know by &.
1., my ncc.ur.tsnn.t V'lId\f'rstolh Hon. the Co: Pc\r. warranted o- Catarrhs of every description. ._
G urt ot Lion County, as administrator (n the rs- mAlr Mondays 5t Saturdays. OM Irish Whiskey, genuine. Gilt Kheniuatic Pains of the joints.
nf Jacob Ullrcrlec.1111 npplv for letters dis- 25 bbld Mot uses, 6th Sprains and Vnlt9
talc >rf
City Stables-formery Peter Robinson. 50 I Baltimore superfine Flour. every dMeriMim
fldsoy "n said e hlC. STEPHKfc: W. SELL, and Ha.ns / wnatever pal t IIltOI1I". tj7th
= fjfTHE following rules and regulations are adopt- 15000 lbs Baltimore cured Sliddlings ,
March 25'1': 1 37- 3J Cmfo Tetter of oil kinds. In this
and will 100 boxes Unisons com plaint *
d for the government of the above stables lient, iu the
lX months .ificr d.itc I filiall apply to the lion. be sti icily observed, it hoped ih y will give general fU" Prunes out of water8th tpplting. yintment. B.MI keeiS11* >

K? Judsc nt the County Court ot Tirflrson County, satisfaction, and prevent any misunderstanding. best Loaf Su-ar Chilblains
C..I'final tUschnrjrc from the: administration, of tlic Th hire ofa 100 ke 's water CrackersSO or parts affected by frost.

csutc tit Cenjilll.in S rxer.n, late Ol| E.I id c-imty. Hack and four *15 00 per day ; boxes nnJ kegs Tolmcco, assorted qualty. '1 he f..Jowine!! TO-JHB PUBLIC..
ell M MrCLELLAN., Adm'r. Hack and pair 7W 40 bags nquira and Rio Coffee cmnn-umcation, addressed too.
JHtkc12th! M.mli, I IS37 :Itt Gin.1 Sulkey and horsc 3 (K) 50 kegs White Lend pneiorof Judki's Ointment from tii i H LI!
--- -., ----- horse tOOt 200Cft best Spanish Segars --- Tnliaferr member ol Congresses! highly iat
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6- I IX months after 1'11:01' stall present my account
K-9 nnd vnnchtis! us uJiiiinistiiitor on the cMatc of Horse at Livery 25 OJ i rer month 50 bass Buck Shot, Baltimore which may betaken feelings of no ordinary character 10\\lids*

hart I is HIM my late of Leon Cc u ui v nnd ripply frr a do do I -"> per day, :; kegs; Uuponis and Coochs' l'Powder with perfect safety by nil ages & in all diseases humanity ; and is certainly well dcscr inattention. *_ or

dikcliar:' SIMON T.IYL'OU Single feed C'2j; -1) boxis Sperm| Candles its cure are for the lollo*l;; diseases :-Dyspepsia, .

A jrtiI 1 1 2-2. 1&.V.S .. 3 -.6mXfiTI All hnrsrs hi ed must be p.'iid f>r in :advance unless 5 U Sim.ked Hcrriuss.J Loss I( Appetite, I Indigestion InCamation; of the Stomach -I V"" "'""".J'n.tt.iaji I
---- slab'e.No .. Heart Burn, Dir-aehn Dysenlry or Flux Piles Sir-Itb been wislt for a c..
I the person has an acn.unt with the I Tierces Rice my njiJej, jL rIT
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order from the Fistula Obstructed Mensuration A;tic and Fever communicate to tic fcex d effct
IX inonlhs after "."c \\1llapr1y' to the Judge horse dehve.- without an 51 Boxes Brow Soap. you nkj| -
.. of Gadsdcn t"or a final owner or to his known ?er\ran'. I 50 doz. Lollies Porter and Cider. Billious or Remittent Fever Typus Fever Scnrlel have u.ctllhe ointment invented by &lr.1udl-
.I ih lit court I ,
: Colt!
dh<%iUIL'C IIHIll' illC} udWi..v.I "..t' ll Iu* p..l9t. ofHI'a Smokeing iu 1 ihe stable entirely fotbid-The cstahir 100 plect-s best Cotton lalin fever, Small Pox. Erysipelas or SL Anlhony' Firc. whit 1 now, understnnd is made sold by
Wilder la'e of kai'J county deceased.JACOB : limeiu win ne cio eit ai 10 u\I..ol p-nir en- 100 Lo:1: hope a..hn...PlpurilSl'. Mca le3. Yellow Fever,Costiveness appointed by yourself. I have :-p.Iier| ,Ilti| ;, -j
Wind on the ftornach or Lo\vcs, Cholera .\lorLJl1s. I I Ourlli-.. I.". IKr *
WILUtU, ) Adminis- term:! will phase close the ga'e.: 5 cn rs India Preserves jr .r. lo eVery tpn i.
WM. II. WILDER. S Jtraiors: : THE PROPRIETOR- 10 barrds No. I Shad Consumption, Influenza' Colds Coughs I In .lmation and wound, ithout failure to produce a tart ia 1

It i7. ..1IjlS .1 March 1 1S37.ievSIorc. -t1l1' Lead Cor Clu-colate Pepper, A., >('' 1 of the chest, Palsy, Gout, Rheumatism, Infi.irr.atory I instance. I consider lithe mo t decitl'da'de
Ullin"r, \Ia) :Olh, -_ Drmijolms loms.served Gin-reCurrants, lam1 I sore throat Croup, Inflamotion of the heart, Dropsy, I remedy in all cscs of turner, be the (lase,

.NOTICE Prf vision and CJroccry. 'I 1 i oranils Putty Door Matt. English Walnuts, Cmamon, 1 ur.i Rickets Disease* of the Liver, Jaundice Difficultyof I may, and 1 ha,e found nothing so good fo ?11'-

w.- shall apply' lo the Hcnouratw j-7'HE subscribers I lave uni'eil tl-cmsclves under [i pl'nline.lmperinl flungowder and Ilyson Teas- making Urine, Gleet, Hysterics, Nervous & Scro-I any alSf' iptjon. It may te roper to add ;
T the July of lei the m,Coun y Cut of Gaasd. u coun- the firm PEACHY & MANER I for the purpose I 1 Scotch Snuff in botties'Caster: Oil, Opocll.lok. Vmj fulous affections of time members and ligaments, I It cure of the tumor called the white swellin V.,
Me fin udge.Tdisrhareelroni Ihe 3dm1UI lra.H 11 if ales' ablishing in the town of Si. Marks, A j I Iq.m : r /r. Spai'Uh; Brown. Lemon Sirup, Copal curial and Vencral diseases Ulcers, Sores Affectations 'I by the mr.n: divlingitisLe-l r I physicians a"r i Q

the M-, for ts-.aic n of Joseph Fitlds, ceased.J Q gEt ll g I I III Q W l 11 QtlllTO S.xlminc.! &c. For sale: low by of the skin, & all diseases arising from Impure :/oo.1 land which they have decided wotrld.Tvithotkn

.\-'IXO.."f > A,tl11ini HE. Their buildings beiiugIare and cummo- G. 11. & T. E.LINUENBERGER.Tsilah &.c. Price per bottle $2. I I prove fatal to the patient, was under .

kWM. NOPJ\oop. \ tratortTmilMSTRATOH'S I! dutu-. il.cy likew l ,' propose attending to she Receiv- ssce.Oct.2D, 1836 I 12-tf Thi medicine has a powerful effect as a Spring and diatc notice, eflcctro" by tlie! use of Jmkin'! C.
Fall Purifier in those whose constitutions require and the is in fine health
patient: his
:ISu Goods and C'-Uon wlU I ; limb
April 'JO, 1 1S37. j ms an'1 F'uraul ng of 10 : ir '
.-- LAND SALE. .nourishment new \i:f>r ; such persons would be the tumor being restore.! lo a perfect
---- ---- --- --- -- they pledge! Ih. ms' lvrs lopay such n'll tIIl"n.111 FOt Sat: 0
:;o F1UE. j| entitle them to a 1 liberal share of pa-ronage from t the j 7lIE Subscribfr is authorized to sell three valtifl-: much benefittcd by using two or three! bottles, whichm.iy ncs*. Als: that the leg clan aged man tflw)
i bc! Tracts of Lniul situated within 5. 12 Sf 25 be taken without regard to drink or diet. Many wounded and exhibit d one
& LL pi't'ons itultbfd! ') the <<'3tcof Rid131'1Y I Merehanland Planters u.l the 1 errh\J '. and neigh- I J dreadfully ulctnttf
from Tilahasscc.! The first contains about are diseased for the want of blood being ftre fre.m the knee to the fx'.t and
./sL>iart"o.-d. flfC n-qu'-Med! f> make immedia e I"Y. :J horinc conn ics of Georgia. Theiro''ds \ ill Le persons pu- which: foi
ii. -flt. and ihoNse hav ns claims: aEfainyt t-a-d: c-. ate :i iwill i sold IfW ttmr cash or proi'.i-ce. As they 't ill endeavor I j J92U Acies ISO cleared! TIe second 520 Acres 60chared. nlied.-. fbousandsnfpcrsonsar9desiroylnglhcircun'v_ tutU two years, had teen. considered: inrurab't.
lie a.iu-ntic.:! led and" pii-'-0't'diilun the tii.ic :I Iivc I,10 keep on hand a contain supply cmf.CiuuCC and sitI And the .ihird PtO Acres about 200 c1i ,. -: u |' o...|*rtin<* to apply a proper remedy ; to ,t Clff dually cr-rci! by the ar, plication!; cf Judkiftfc

'cub 'd i ity aw, or ihc% will he J foie\ cr btrr'll :i I rerKT quail-! of Gro-.cri's and PIOVIMLT.S of evciv i Tin --C '.ii'ils! are ( I.IIIU cry .iii middle! Florid.vviil f' >-. more man double valuable j i mcnt I ir.enM n these t.c-asc3, "f.ith| 'j

June.! :', I 1.T: -i 15-ti( OliN IZLElt I I ITXKCU j! I'e-cnption. Country \leH 1.:11. s ai.d Plar.icrsill Lc M.MIW terms: ad\ar&tagem.umo in tie ptm I means of restoring idem to i i my '11I1n1cdutc noire anil! rninagement* as aevidence i .
-,--- W. BRAD '<: ; r few families are exemrt'i '!1 of the efficacy of tins SfiOli
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fnd it Iv their in crest tt) 'a:1.: Their -tore is no\\ 1. : trmcdy ill
: :: rows OTICI. !,I open. JO 11N P L M I IR P K AC 11 Y. j Talla'.usscc.: March. I5h 1' If. 32 .. -'., ': which cxmibitvaru.ussym-! I, mors and of nicer*. I have experienced _calIS.d '
demand asain the o i ;.ms.' Er'C.: -ations; Debility Loss of Ap'I'C '1 the u.d effect ofthizi '
A LL i-er!oB who have: any WM ;\IAElt.SI. --- ; : remedy In the curt 0
l1.o'i'C of XVil i.im Patterson, lac ol Jack:yn Marks Jm.IGth, ISL'G:: i>-tl.Itou J.awes Johnson Birge, .; .; :r-i Ui eMiv., 'I arising from impure blood! i and of every species; of ficah wound. lideetajt0
County tUv: (<.l.L arc l.cr. bv irq.ies ed to pn.sentLc -- DRAPER AND TAIL' ir;.! -f 11i : tided to, are sure to produce i. that army one who will.'hserce on the 'jJeraliOlt or
; ';\uh-.iJt; deiavti! tLc MiWribeM.JOU'N mill's Tonic Mixture :intl AutiCostive FLA. I the gc.;o.t ifij.j :contl tutiotl. i'.inacca U recommended i j Imimrnr must be sntisScd as to its ItntficHJ
W-; PAT I'ERSOX. \ E\ccu. I'iIN. T.tL."ISSEE. : i infill ishllS of the year and in particular I can with the inmost confidence! rtcamatnd t T

ALKRED'I,. OOIMVAUD $ to..*. l N consequence I 1 f the nunicnius attempts to palm (Next door wYtTlh pf1.. T.1r.Jtuttr. iiiMtmrve it.) i ns a prevcntative from all c iseacs in warm climates: i| of this valuable remedy. "

June n, K7.A :! IJ-tf: spa ''liS imitations of Ro\an.l'* tulnablc Medicines ASjmt received from New York ;supilr.as.- and those persons when diseases arc prevalent! by
.,01 i(('. I on the public-he its Ildcllllim d t" confide tin- H SOl tmer.l of Hroadcl'tths, Ca> .tIllIEIi.1ilOE' .
LLPoi-T.-' t'bt'.lio! he ovate fl'If. B. Fo'.nV :- I salts exclusively! to njjcnl in chUri-mi pnitspf the I nhIiouu ig 'v hlt:1 are all the n-.ost fishknabe: or four table spoonful's \\ hen K c.ing to bed, andihc', 1 To \1 r. Charles Herstms. rrf'l'neloroJudkilj'c
: cciiiiiiy, f"'>m uhoni: aloii Ikf griiu'nt dflitles e.ir I b-j I i i.innis! : have npj>caredin the New YOlk market, peison may fear no apprehension of bemrj attacked-4 nicr.t near Fredericktn-.vn, I.1ryl.1r't.
ml\t""ta'c.I! reqocMtd I
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in-ill laie' 1'1 IOTw3t'.ll'nd! I e '}c samc : A-o! I, h.ul, and to ;nuIII1llh! )rC c1'ccllaly; ;; .i aniat liic iui- t i also,r.n ciie.isivc nss .it ,-eit ef l Rc_ dy! Ma! .lc cl -thin! wish the Cholera, Yellow Fever or nnyoihei disease ;t tcrPILfDf

too mc' and Fo' '': jw.fi K n3 (:.f 1I11uth"dHJlIllers; helms' I liuctctl: .'ft very Ih' -clirti.n[ "hi'-h hccn warrant. lo be as this medicine is valuable restorative of the S's- ; CeS're lp.a inz C.'trs'Ofto I hun't:
ali ihn '* d to ti-e! fir'i. oj tJi>hintr sotn !:trd much
vi'i eotnr T\vaid ai.u uake '1U1I.e-JI.\le paymenanJ 'I'I his agtn'.s in Roston, N HV Yoik l Philadelphia. and nct-Tdc. and eras fine f.csii! ch.thj! any ev'r temthereby invigorating the constitution and enabling! article m whicn vo.i apr' .,r b'f.r< iiepnWic: Ii
theate: U.iliuroir, to make no sale: (o mtrc-n' Hit" and ol'itrs ff utl.ern country, n few Hits youths it to bear the debilitating efTeC"ls..f all climates ; it uc'.nvcycd prietor, named Hcrs.is' Jwlkms'! H.
al 1 ih'''e i avins demand* :ocain: $ or I I ( P peciir:
.. MeJicinti be 'S..llth safe! aho % chiiucuill.'s! ,and eUth n-cns the circulating fluids, and corrects then made C.
ftrn. wi'l'! them 10 thr Mi. scnl>cr. properly any cftlie' In carr t/ fmr again. I cl"th nr, yi.LthiS carp. by ment, by Hersfr-ns. near FreeeruL) : 1L
: amhcii'ichte.i pre-ent x inun!! the nine i't( a.t>. t'j Jaw, or I Laigiqnantincs ot'a ptrincions article i in jeit..ut ion lor hatsc'ii, : flu and fur caps rfva-iousqcalmcs, fpm! te nder.cy to all tl ose di"ca.c9 which originate ill viii-: i bl"T.Jlld ofl> d srr. tf d3/: ;, in CTCS on

jl.ev 's jJi' t-airni! oi uoxxrv.KBE.E'AR ''I hc j r< t.ui'si: jr.x'nre io.n'\rt1\ ni.iiiiifaf'.i.icd by Lncios 011 i., Met.. *"II': :'-alm, .iiaon:; hcliire: a v.-.r.t tyrUfP.etiiicn. at,:d 1,1.,1. iy.a-' :;cr, jlepravC app. :;:'", '-r liieto :: Truli 'idiom_I am \\ e'l. acquaint.!. :}]r.tt L pci
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;z. C' mstnck & Co. of New YcrK and nt lo the f' :.! -r"--1'1 ,
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FOLSOM, .\d.u'r.Jnr.c o 'aa: t"tI'tslti ;; anections of the IlIn !. r' drr.ce in -iirr'rr: I: :.os performed i
I 17.a. 1=::. 1 13SwMIDDLE I. Soii/ft fur !al./ The name, ofJUirlauJ i in teadcf Row- !I sons. ro'.l.ir": &te ck!, "j rciu'ers, f.nc r.Trino flirrel.i I.I I. It resembles in p-'iint of taste and flavour, a licli \t; frien-lof! mine afflicted w it.u the Piles.! lhtirt ant ct

.- ------.-- and 1. is on ll.' : btittlcs: (it' the iiiiii.uioii. The genuine i e.uit".i li.11d.; and rut emu" n !hirs and) d.iwcr*, I cordial rather than! a m tljcinc. Every person after I self! been a sufferer for some years with this d'.

Li1'11CI'-Fl\KI.l: I N S(U PEIUOnCUUT. articl- may te hi-J r.f the lot!! .Tine I'rr,"" -, V. .,il arc j I linr.en, silk, buckskin and fur plo! es, fur couir da.I ? taking mercury, in any way should have recourse to !; jdisease! I now unhesitatingly applied y.u ar
Inc vnly Illi" (.1' Florida aiid Georgia I wlitarid colored silk .11'd liren AboI ;
'Igfnts in poit tallllkrr"lefs. ; one or two Littles of this nicdicin In the dtciine rf | merit o\' n case, and ant sr.tifiedtLat Ia
Jrarn\o"r. c. CIt1: Hiram i II' "jISroikt I I':. Cii uuaid jr. &C\. G"lIualCllt., Tallaliassec: I I lot if ncsroclotHns, ell of whic e!as low i hfc.or when the system has 1-een impaired by excess, I it made i-.irny a i-crScct cure. J. DE.NT3

' .'!erc-iznLc! lniJini | William Kc-rr & Co., Thomasv illc:: 'I acc rdingto the i\'aliy: fiLe :ocds as can bouqh' !I it nourishes, strengthen! :* and supports it:-it is rot .I Courtingrin.ii.. t omL

IIfjd- r the nitni's, tilyte an'lf.rm \ ltitch.mtut Jor $1- James C. Ecclcs: ,.O.iii.cy: ; in the TeiritntyNov. {I presuming tt-o fir t-J add, th.it it actually prolongs li:; A few weeks >
4\ ( '.\/ur4eS.. IIr, kr. ', 32' : :, jtftd ..11.Titt wai'p, Lloj-d! : i t. .. St. MaiKs.Timnias 1 ISth li:O- Ijtf I This Pan'cea !1,1' been introduced to the public t apa; case e ftoman's sore
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Alcxandtr urLt-.wn, ; j a short time and has received tesiin.oiIas
..11. ,r. ---z- :. 'F"I.._ 1 NO'fIE-: more ; in its the i.ippkscarcely! to be seen-her appcaraua
t 1'-11 u:11.fuif 1.iri'iz I"aII..dI I iI I .1.L'ariuj iI. .\Villiarns..jiiiLtI., .5.."C 1"1'j.j"Mi.nticillo".... : I I -,-.J/i""iT'l"\f<"" 'Ihl': ahnuit' lOdavs! since;; | f ivour for its efficacy, in so short a time, tJiananyuth! I iy spoke ihe great misery he was ill; alma! i kjj
-!. ft- ft llaiTl>" nt 11\| I The label oJ K. nl fill rol jr. flrco. \vi.l be on uI! the I a s011 Dark Lay :I'le;j n.ane and .r mpiliriRp will; ever discovered, and its nan-e a: hon: and t she had been st'uTring- three n ouh'Jfith ic.

.... .1.'r.II.fCf. J | bottles sold by the above n:cnts. j tail. paces wl l II?, and is a!.> "rCcoPlc old. .It the j I abroad fr,it to induce the huncfre virtue s, aye, tlf'oUC3Iil: :. to upI ( carried t.. Lcr bed ; :l.e then had Saxseed p>j4k
r fr I J MK J Pefer.dants in said f=ur, and all others in1H I Tall.ihassce, July 7lh, 1 lh"I7. 4fQQTh I! same lime, two mouse colored .Mutes: 3 years old!; I ply reap thereof! ;fit; oil.er ti.inirs had been tneir. 1 advised &
. len-sed, wil: iakc not ice oi the institmkn' therec j 1--- -- one recently br.'ke the oilier 'Jrc.ken. j I Notwithstanding attempts may bo m..dc t* impir oi.t.ntnt, ki'ov.in! it had been successful in Eh
- a(5.\ f thinning} 1 ";attachment ihis diy, re-1 1I I 4 QIl JI'J j I Any person who will deliver s.lid Poneyar.d Mules the confidence of the public: in the elEc.icy anj curaMe I She got and applied it according to the din; :

UJi: :! l h, to the :1av (o.! cc al) tertal !ald( Court : !::.rT I 1 I: IlIIucnig-lIc,1 rcs'c':1 full y iiitorms lhC> [>Ian- !Ir! it) me on my plntili.n. 7 mi!< s iwirtli east of Tn !". [% er nf f this medicine, it will go on t') conqi. companing :t; in 21 h'muralt pain 11 as
(sduldc'en-JanK! Injins iinnresidmi1and, ) that they 'I Lei; of Leon and mlj '"cni counties, that he hm m.idr 1! Insscc. or to 1 I5crrr l Etq. Tallahassee z.h\1! be I disease, relieve the afflicted and earn for itself the! tood : broke, and commsnccel t.isdlouin; copioailjcor.tiiiucii .

*l'ICI' ;nd I'l'allu l the ili-cl.uation filed! \ In said C.IMocvordin" -, nnd appointed DAVID C. Il'iusos bio i.ttoiney to soil | !liberally rcwaidc) Any infur nation of wil be I opinion of thousands and lens of thousands. Already t S'jmc days ; the relief[ from txtremtf

to tIC: MJIU'I.- vnch CPS" ina-fe! i>r.d pro \\.I'II.'s ratent Cn'on Cl.L'IIVArultS.Ic I "ludly! received by it ha earned Lr itself a name which d.is'ardlv- perfect case exited the w. m in'* astonUhroet
vided. GEUIIGE <. I1.\nIX.s., respcc/fully invites the P.antem: to call! anal examine JOHN S. TAYLOR.Mr.rch j tucks fllO: ot reach ; thai such is the fact, the number few days minced her Lrc-ist I..its usa>\Maieu,

.1 pril y I. Iii'". H.t! Au}. for PllTs. for thctnseJvcs.! C. F. CLAUAU6'T. //. 13th! l!:7. 33 of kttcis in possession most Hilly satisfy the nu.it incredulous t cizl.t-oi.ivs the cure "d* co"ii'Iete.C. HEiSTO.:

:- -- -- ---- ------- .< se D. c. 2C, l =r G. 21-tf ,I ; and wcie it necessary, there couU: be obtained Fiedcrick county '\l'nI3. 1323.EEWAT.C .
ill '91ERC11ANT'FAYLO1 I ::naf ( | numerous testimonials! underthe sanctity fJf the S OF Jl1'SITI03r

Jailor' N licc.colIl:1.1o I !for sale, nnaccomm"datingterms ; caths of those ho, after suffering the most ncjte a.nl 1 Messrs L It T L.m idr., m rCI:1nt"! Cumbd
: I j I ft. ibe ciuniy Jail of t Jclllrsonr ::1. hs: HOUSE and Lo'. si i na-ed on Alonre | long protracted illness, have been emiicly restored to ; Gtntlcmcl-\S Mr !I.rsto.saemit firtbei

I I.1\ing just : f.II.new Y iik I lias taken the COUIII011 the I 13th inst. uvo t'li utiveive! <, viz: I I I Street i 1:1 the city ol Tallahassee. The ; hl.t1th.lmt it does not enter into thec mpleh"lIsi..n; of i Dr U inluo'kii.'s; patent cific .
tt'.rc f->i'icry: < CI'MU'by| IL II.iUy, in J iI:i son i 1 I a nt'runian uln sasi\iuaine\ i- HOB a lid says t Lot measures ll J() Ject 'from by lf(> feet rear. The | many how it is possible! butaiiic medicine: to elfe .i i.) ) ou that! List summer sl"{ I was afflicted .IlJ atui

tI tretihrre he I is row ftprnuig a general Ffsortnicni :i lie lx.Ioin.rs tu George '1'. "'art of Leun RHUIIIV, houe is a convenient, s'aciotun''l I comfortable! re- j snch wondeis in the healing art, as experience hapioved :eg-fIe I fame of Jmikii/s Ointmeiu iULtrNIIIt

oil t I Ready: n-\c'e! clotliiii: :, con.:ulm: : of every mi<:-2c 1.1l.js I' .i1.-ni! a negro) n.:II who SI:I\s his II::,rue isVKb" i idcr.cp, indrpindent t-1 ul: portion, which i>"nowccctif'iid I then competent to peiform bat such arc the I a ju 01 it-!bit' ithjppt-ncJnot lu he If ilr.Hor.vahc.
.... ..!' iisim ';, sunaul<; t. tbc scas iii, \\l.ich illbe facts thai they can not be denied. .
( \ Store I it
j LCY, ,and ilial l.c l Ildtlllgs 10 George Urnivn it"t tI : as a Fancy I I r'-wUii g to the printed i'
< <-.IJ the : ">t arcommoia.tin! :: terms* ; The above medicine can be obtained of G. II. & T.
lIt !hi IS td", ..n Land a fp'tnil-d: at&nttn.fnt of s>i- [I I SumpitT c..Ulllylio.i..ipl'i. 11\\ nets are it)) I loot free', mea utin lC feet fn-ntby back. { E. DEERGEt.( Ionr'e Lire' t. TullaLaMee:: 31r hIrstoa, tr.iveiiuu; tu Ihe West S"p"II'IoUI

voLt 111C cl..1 h., C.Jinii.tre> itI VcMinf, rccci.tly imjr.r' I requested Iii prove properly pay cli.ir; es and lake The 'ul">er will also dl"p
tU W !Iiidi! heillbvll! by tl.i yaul cr piece and il.ein away. S \V 1JA Ii /'INGTON, Jailer.! ; 1 r.tdrcompriNinfj: 3 most general ai> of I hid, ht r.i-n idiattly, p.otiuunceJ it not of fcia i

\\It.c !1'1":; l.o in.t!Ju tip t";- 11.0"': "h., wt"li, ut tl.c j Jan. '21__, 1S37._ j.t Gui'j'weuiyri. ; Fancy ana S.aple OooiN, tZroffries, OnIJ'n hardwareGrorery I PerryToi-nsh'p, Mijfin .cuI.PJI3.: Il37.Mn. .I and furnished me with o.ie whi! -h was. Oaop.
til..ie-.t: ii"aic<:-.uid, i in tL- nut fJ i Iioll.L lc I t'h!. \ -'-- -- -- I ,..-e. &' His stock large and well assorted i JACOB HOICK-Sir, I !eel myself con.zraineIto ;and sineSliii: it 1 wasscnsiL-'c of the (!mrescel,

I Ii.tciidnigt'i inalnj Tallnlm'scc!, his, 1'(11:1111nl rcsio i j c Dollars !h.\\ '
t (:rn h'-l.opts. tiy p-I"H'\tnn2 arplicv.t" a to LU.im I I : YEll fnni d.c Luery S.ilc, TtIa.aq!! ," : market. I me. In the year Jo3(s .lur'n; the mcnth: of Jan gaLe me, t) mj leg ; it bcvame in a state ou

1I.Cllt a thaic of publr 1atronagi. I :: blg"1 I ril.t l.iy! HORSF.I I:, -itii i.i flesh has i For particular-: apply! to U. J. IIack:>y, or Hugh UH). February .M.uch and April, I wa- employed ini n.cnt on uainir tIe nrst 1,1.o.ti! amid coiitinudi
T.IUOIa'c, (Jet. 2th.: 1 lt'G. I 12 tf tw" \\ lite iii.nl fc t. full a wl.ict.ir in hid ford.I a I.I I. Archer, my authori.-ed agm.t.I ;i thrashing with a thra.-hi.-g machine,and c.tuli cold: I it ; nqtir.e \ell.I
-- -- --- -- -- -- -- i >nid l.oiscvtiit isva\' ubnul two inoiitiis ag-i. ,i5 I WIT !j and he dust seemed to5etil on my lungs. I Mifr- I' TIM oinirneni !i.c Curt.iinly TjIajLIe!

SJO1 101':.-.'.1 peiioniwho (,-.\'It lacint lots, rr I will Itivtn: on l.ibdciivei.v at Cat-t.; Biow.i's; 11 I -tc! !! }'l'. 7, IKXj3isiicooKi' 18ifI f.Er.Tahia..ce. j ed l much pain, "nd conld no long- r attend ro mv bnsin.ss -i i 'a ( u.i! i L>e .> pity it slioulJ: be lost very to the p-
1 oo-tipy ponny, hn\injr b.icU "IHds.life nqutstc i I bv !"ru. CAUTION i --- : ; the I lain was located in my breast, rartictiZany -j I cuuitt.itit! .ulc: !<:, bcarmj the n tme ant 1'genuine
.1 l in cut danccs on "Taildi.iseeM.iicU2.itli! I 1S37, :'Sif, : ; j on the left side. I was ul-o atflccd: with night.I F[ W.\I K A'EH ..

tl.im, : 1'ii'liuuh: -rU' it will b, (hllr:1t th-.ir! ('xpcno.c.nv I ____ : .o. 1UO UnoADiVAV, Nt\ long ,I sweats and fever, I sought ihe aid cf v.uious Phv>i- i i Cum' CIdn I I. .May 24531
I e\v-Vork A !t. Tlarks line of I'Uekt,, '
l.'JtT: i-f t! c I Int.'mi! 'ml, cians in I this regis n, but all to i.o Fu'rl"I; t.en IV.-a flee Ccrn'it

P. L. EVANS, City 1..I"i'lJ.i i let\ccl Pine ami Broad .Street, tiaveled to Lar.fav. r c. un y, and a so u Chot-r co. I have known Mr C llcr'oms ll'mgliI to be then

.T,.1'. : III Lit;, I r-n.: -1 j.tf a full nml complete as.ortment of and employed several Doctors th,'re, but el-rivi d no of Judkit Olnlmeni t'.r several
-- ---- --- -- -- -- i j Cabinet I.'u rll ur. CC nsistmgof SidtljonrJstvithninr-. !! benefit : finally! I bad! recourse to your Panace, andI ; side nee in M.irylaml.&iul tl.e ointment efunsu wads Hto

$ SOf} I EV AI D.I I I LIe! tops, 'h'] ) |1.lall; Drc.t"ln Buieiux with! marble and j jp I I ued one botlc which: I purchased at Lewi-own! 'I have been .;::iuei rt'plltPIt has b.ell frrq'
!. Centitt T ibe! < I'a. But it seemed at fi-si do !,
not to
iin top. l.ll i-q-iare r"ul. I I me any good IbtJ; in my own tain.ly: \1.II.k !ivni4in...fzry1astu.imug
'no C I..t'I.tT ION, ''FIRST' flate'cssek and expctienc d 'I.I'NS w.tl1:1 Le! top! Pier l.Llel! Dining tables in ; fur I Lcra. e weaker and was obliged: to keep mv : ny residence in :!his ci'y .f iJMethodist !
CHARD) K. CALL be empl'-yed in ilu. hue I" all frjm ei.hcr s,-ti- single", Bitaklast tables fall size .. Bureaus !i bed. My 'friends advised me to u.-c no nile of u", J 'WAt"G

JiY ; pola \ "el \\11 bail on the M.h! al..'Jltii of every do. b'.fus! uf jilt qual.ties, fuliii.n and prices, M.ilio any .{t but I resolv. d I to give it a fair trial l, and sent I for an- n.-.. k Ro..rn ?
; of the Territory Florida.'lATtH month, and should p e t.I 1 o'her bottle this afforded ,
lovenior I pitrona 'tlluil | Cliaiis from $5;'to .W e.icl, Kecking Chi..irsof ; relief, and soon sirengihi New Yoik, Jlay20ti! latiTt
I KIIAS. has b'eii reproenied lo me that ROB'T\\YLLYSPUATT.AgeniN.. York, I I ( V'ely dC:1 ipi.'fl Wardrobes of oil qualities ai.d sizes, 'i ene'l and improved me a> much as the first Had weakj I > prevent imposition, C Herstonsnameij i

(? \V. I OA VI'. confined in Uuincy jail.1 II St. Mark LYON 15 Agent St. .Warks. j Sccietancs and B..xk Cases do. Ladies Woik TabUs j I j ed me. I sent for a third bo.tle, and am now restored -I I Yxn hand \\riiir. -,will! appear on the f uvclopa.rs h

upon a chsr-'e ol taO rder oIu1i1iiII".l in th- countv "f.Monroe I 1I 1------,, .7pnl-- 1H7. -- Z6-l'r. I \ it'i' Alailjlc! Ililt wood tops, Mahogany high post and !:, enjoying bet er heaitli than I have d'-ne for the i t ? post paid, dnected ti> him, in Fredendl
; ASA FKUR1S: SIMPSON VAUGHAN I JYIursliaU'.s "' Syrup. I Frrneh Beidstea: .Marble do. Looking Glares! n j lat ten yeu--I am a-:ain enabled lei iullow! the Mil w ill be uticnde u

cud DAVID \\ 001 -EN. c-nfined in the jail afore I IS recommended 10 nllarl"IIS.01'11 nuis s, and ol'uer.- j' full ujVMtment, ol Hair Maitrassis and Feather Ut't,, plough ever snce: list August I am fu.l!} convinced '|f! For Sul lc whole II:' and rct-iif', f I.y. .
said, o'harg'.t wuli the nar 1er 01 Ji :m ulierworin, WHY lian. lli-. rn of chlliircn. 0-. the ugt-il.tr: wiili c\ci) article nt-ressmy y J.) furnish a ) that your panacea may be uk'n without nny injury, EBARAliD4-CO.Dt I
4 3.lIt'g'pd t,r IJal.ec ('lJIlIJlt ,1 in the county c-f I most effectual WOUM DESIROTING medicine! vet diacuvercd. j 1 ho.use.Terni* hbtiul (March 25ih, 1 1837, J3-3m) and is a usclul medicine. Yours, releeiiullv. I Tallahassee I7ih H't: ) '
Fr..III.n, in ai-1 ternary; broke jail and made their :! : DAVID ESII ELM AN, Sej C-eow-lyt j

t-sCJpc fn-ni Uumcy; on the l-2tli inst. This syiup brides beijiga safe and active vermi i Groceries, Provisionsc.. 'C_ I S5iibMnlit-rs! having associated dw
No v iheie'bn- j1uiu1anre of law, I10 heeby fuge agieeable and iJinter The following remarks by the Editor of the Stark '
> pleasant to the taMe, and no I LOUlt CI.tcse. ulr. Coffee.Rice, in Mercantile business under tIle fimd'J
cfler a rewaN "f Two Hundred Dollar Jor the zip.m child win iefu. to take it. B 11kare.lx-x lieu ringi.. o'p. R.ti..ins, Coumy, Canton Ohio.Democrat, are e.xtiacicd from IV & Hawes, bo, leave to infirm ibcfa111
iiivhcn-iun! aif.1 tle1i\ery of each of the above nninrdofie.dcrs I is also happily calculated: for : and removing i : I. lu.ii: Vhuikey that: paper of April, 187.lJOtCK'S .
in any j.111 in lilt) : Middle ii'rict of Florida oihcr ttimordcus i to w preventing Inch n.u are Sl'nlllsh iliniudy Cn"lIiac Dr.lI1dy Hol:3nJ: Gin PANAcF.-JVejnvjte the attention of the : public$ jrenenilly, hat iliey are 1101'i fl -

; a>.d I du hereby, enjoin and require all magi ul'ctt. m.t. bowel or suuimer /nipianu dull diarib Tut'occo.I II.Irlh,ore, huts.lI..1IS.'Cap, citizens of Cauon and the public generally to the !!i i in (lie store funneily; Dcrnpinl bv. the late R

trait and peac -ulli! .-e-sto be vigil.tin the a pr:c hen- II a or loobcm-xs, vomiting and ii (intaluable Ciothing; Saddlery &c. adver iseraen in another column of this paper on- i S. Wilier on. lime west MileufMonn StttI

ti'.n o' time said offcndi-rs.! I : lor Allaying those pains .purcilg. i sufler AH of 'v buck he offers, at wholesale or retail, at the der time al".ve bead. We have used the article our- !j I ilKa.ite \\ ."hillgtcm Square Lie City rI
John \'. 1 Daviv is about five 'feel e'ghi and a half in cutting I lit ir teeth, and if yieviously cIIJren will I warehouse. of Feochy & Mannnient .f Dri''I'

ci.c.Nhish, brojd .houIdurstbioJ, set, has large blue reuibr this oj craiuii: of nature pirie.tly fIj and I Dcc.'Ji, 1 3ti.-20 JACET: LEWIS an invaluable remedy for most of the diseases with Hard \\areaud Groceries, whicn they &t

exes, black hair, liglii complexion. ?IJOJlleelh l bruad free .ir_.ui danger.. I 1'quall'IUi'aclous in rickets _____ which mankind are atlJie eJ. Havins: for a number : sale on terms.
I accoiuduling ,
anoss ilr- check boneand ofa luibiJdic aspect. and in thC mlanlJ rCn11C11 lever. is reccom- REGULAR PACKETS. of years been subject the INCCTJUS or NIGHTMARK McRAENT.
Asa Fciris is about f.vc feet eight n che ln:li, su.ut ded with .Ihe a uiance is fUlly adequate 1 to the SCHOONER Lady Washington to an alnrming eXIt'ni. the Panacea was recommended I). !

I uilt, has 1/a-k piercing eyes, dark complexion, full purposes 11llled. aud that much! good muv le derived M Swaim, master 10 us by (Or. llouck himself and we are happy IQ SAM. F. IIAiT

face, rough and weatherteaten, of sailor appeirancc 'from its uIn.lIc1tand[ 11rUtClCl it cannot: do I and.schr Washington, Jefferson say we have been entirely.revived fr3tn that diMress- Tallahassee:! Teh. 23th 1 37. 29.

and\ habit*, 6Uhcct: to into'i l"alilin. any harm- _ master will iun as jag afil-cuien. As a family! medicine we have no .. ... -
David Wooden i is ubout 'five feet nine inches high, Diiecnons accompanying each hoithe.MarShall's regular packets between St.' hesitaiion in saying that we believe it is nnsurrasseil. Cotton Gins.

slender form, fair complexion' let hair and open compound Syrup of Licrvort. Marks and.N. Orleans. For freight or passage apply IX' Iron framed cotton ins from Brii**]

countenance; of intempcrute habits, and is supposed \ to Swaim Loyd & Co St .Marks, or to Kerr &. A CARD. ulactory expccre(. daily at :. Martsii"Lavina :

to Sunp-on have boon Vatighan a marine.is about five feet eight inches For coughs, colds, :asthmas spitting of blood, liver Kirksey 18 Tallahassee.Nov 1836. I5tf \ tAi : Q IDA\Ya fur sale at Lilt manufacturer's T.R.P i-'

complaim>, tough and all Jbeaes of the h
high, lhickf.c', hash jzk! eye", dark hair; has a down whuopiJt ,
C MTh1IiS1 Nov 12 IS3C. 14tf
look, add cted 10 inlo ica.ion. and is supposed to breast' and KKAU1-MADE CLOTHIlG.j j (Mv JUA'llUHJlJYT, _

have b--en, a arne. 1 he restora.ivepowersofthis medicine in diseases j-WE have received a supply of clothing, containing No. 60, WATEII ST., New YORK. TIN W ABE. S

Al$0a3: rewnid of One Hundred Dollars for the app.cliciiMon of the Lungs have, been at.e'sied.by the most t respectablephuysicis an nstonment of bo:h coarse and fine, which we : Offers his service* to the merchants of Alabama E .ub.criber will tJf1 0
each IIn.1 accomplice: who hall bet both ol Europe and this country.ii. "ill sell at a small advance ,
'm ) o' every on co conxic'edof aiding cr abetting in the escjpcof the poses-ies sedative,elpeciurant and ionic properties G H 4T E UNDENBERGER >\ ares and Merchandise. In the .TH and will .
and hence abate Itver, coughs and almodinuiBEtly December purchasing and mea\
aforesaid pii oners. miigte 23. 1836 20 I selecting (.whole stocks of goods or in a
Given under my Land and seal, this 13th day ofJuly removes slight colds, whilst it them mimghadlongexperiencem assorting generaleasotae teI
1837. gives immediate relief lo to iho u which from Oto. NOTiCE.A I the purchasing aL wholesale or retail
led haveasumed a more dangerous character az'd LL persons are forewarned against trading for I of goods for Alabama, Georgia and F.orida, he caa be sold in any Southern mlr lJitedl
R. K. CALL flatters
seldom fails to cure the IIO.obstinate caees. ihe following notes, as ih"y were stolen from : himself that any orders entrusted to him will Country merchants and others
49 Govcrno-Florida. It will be found the of the be with satisfaction on the part of those who may favor : end themselves. 4
; .superior to anyother medicine, for n.e on night 3d of May, I8i7.: One note him satisly FJLC
ihe cuie omi f hoiiiie ,.f breath hoarsencs from S. Danitls for with their business. W.u- .
wheezing 8100 payable on demand I
FLORIDA CLAIMH."OUr : *. ; one
and promptly remedial soreness of the from JWr. 'for $50 Refer to Messrs. Oakford & Whiicomb. and Bald Tallahassee. Jan. 14 1837.t(
1'. DUVAL Tallahassee and Franci U breast and note Simpson payable on demand; win ,
& Hawkins Nem York.-Wm. Maner Tallahassee
lungs. In wnooinugcough its corrective one note from A. H. Thompson for 960 .
; tJI A. Dickens Washington CilY.rormtrlr of tin be speedily discovered. elt the 1st of Octoberneii payable on Flo,-V\ m. 0: Porter Apalachicola Fio.- subscribers Itan &ad
one note on Bennet Evans NOTlt.'E.-The
*J ri-ttnuy Densrimcniiill, piosecute all claims fill ; lor Craig & Daffin Si.J.cephs.Flo.-Wm.A McKrn ie occupied by etet
Marshall's Tonic 8:5 payable on demand one no'e from James
Van- fCJ1
Mixture. ,
Net uud other destroyed or taken off b ; & received at Li
roc Preston Nelma
property ) born, for $11 Irwinton, Ala.- Columous, Geo. dec. wi.ere horses will be iJc
? ihe Indi.uis and for horses. &c. killed in service, or then For Ague and Fever. demand.; one note on JJ'ru.T. Duranghn for 610 October 9. UH6 13- r'r sient custom particularly attended to.
payable on Also a check the pic
j for the Army JOHN P.'DUVAL, Prepared by C. Marshall Phila. and for sale Blink for on Union LONDON PORTER. Horses hired OQ the shortest notiCe,
FRANCIS far $15 payable to myself or bearer.A pre5t
A. hat will render '
ten lion paid .,
STKWAKTfcBARNARB liberal rewind will be DOZEN bottles
i\b.7,1837. S7-tf given for the recovery of received per bri? Alert, to the
I next door to the Post Office. the above notes and che k. 300 from Ltnrpool. For sale by meat satisfactory pabtlC n..M1'LMICHAEL "
3 N.- B Letters poitj>ad: dirrctrd to John P. Du\!, Jan- 56 IS3: : .
riorda. "'ill Ic aitoi dc J (: EDWARD P. GRANT. TURBUTrR. BETO.lbri3tr. T.nhuste ],ei 18 xi.I .
1 TtUatu! :::c, ; to. Tazu.! : : .rul:! 1. 1 :';. '. t9-3 ..- ... 9tr -. -' ; ;

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