Apalachicola gazette

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Apalachicola gazette
Place of Publication:
Apalachicola, FL
Cosam Emir Bartlett
Creation Date:
September 24, 1836
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
Semiweekly eight months (weekly the balance of the year)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
29.725278 x -84.9925


Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Began in 1836; ceased in 1840.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (Apr. 9, 1836).

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t 'rhC Apnlnchtcola Gazette; Great Northern and Southern .IHII, Shee*, antt MM APALACHICOLA NOTED.THIM THK: APALACHICOLA; ) HOTIJL* :. ,

)13 published semi! weekly during eight month, Dully Mull lloute. I establishment is entirely dtr the TIIH subscribers offer lo rent for an Hotel a build .I', fl'I'ft; t.(

und weekly, the balance of the year. Subscriptions ) supcrintcndance of Mrs. Briar) who willtSiBLfto spire they are now erecting, and well adapted in i t
Six Dollars per annum, in all case paid in Rail TIIEjhPetersburg Road -l" TAT pains to render those who may p.11Nn1tt'l1er, I I magnitude| and ronvrnirfce to the pre 'ni wants and t, w
Company i .f
advance.Advertisements. comfortable. She intends locating herself permanently increasing crowih! of ApnlachicolaThis: establish
inserted(! at one dollar per square their inform the public that 'at A laehlrol., having lived In the place long mint is is':auntully I situated near the centre of the city, I J ''f
first insertion and 75 cents for each con qt Road extending' whole.vile or retail extremely l low apply u tit enough to know that the bu ness has far: surpassed her on an eminence rommandrnp a fine view of the bay olApalachieola ft ',
the from ,
for Va. "f
old Hotel.
stand one door west of Myrkk's fff most sanguine< eipcctations.! and the ailjairnl userThe house isI ''
tinuation. By square we mean that space whicha ,to Blakcly, Nona Carolina 9 WM. A. OAKFORD & CO. I commodious five ""I''
April Our friends of the up country and elsewhere, will at- comprising; parlors, a large dining, :
: hundred words would! occupy if closely set in I on'the Roaaoke, ways find themselves Jfrl'ectlrlt: home, with us. room, eighteen bi'>d rooms, seven of which have fire h I : '
ten line distance of CO miles, Hoof Shoe and Mat und It will\ be I "
small type say! JOHN T.M"RICK. Proprietor. places, a large attic thoroughly finished, ');
L- .
.. --, : > '- dnd CO miles! and constituting March 31 1836. and ready for the reception of n tenant and business on \
a part of the great daily mail: route north and orabout the first of Oftoher next. j 4' .
' 9AI..B-100 Ibis superfine Flour; barrels south, Is now amply provided with locomotive's .
I superior -l. The Apalachicola Hotel \\probably\ If the only \ \
FOR. 10 hhds Bacon and cir, to accommodate all the tra'cthat\ t'w"
Whiskey; may offer. building III the city occupied as hone of public enter .' f
j 10 bbls Sugar; 30 kegs Lard.: The cars: leave each end of the rod daily on the arrivalof tiinmint, at least' during the ensuing twelve months /;;,

The above Goods are lust landing trout the schooner the respective mails. 7Yavcllers with their own THE subscriber has on hand A cool assortment of CTIOT From the large trade this city HI present rnjovs, and its l. :;' 1
David: Rogers, and will be sold low for each. equipages! can have their horses and carriages transported be above articles, for sale on liberal terms. ;,1 profpeciive rapid increase in" business nwd, pi'pt'lnttfn, 5 111.i iit
May 14 E. WOOD. on this road with perfect safety and convenience; !March 10. O. L. MIDDLEBROOK. is believed that no place in the Sotttliein country F 'Jl! s }

INE & CORDIALS > cases sweet Malmsey and thus perform in 5 or G hours while resting,: their hoMs! out creator inducements, for a profitable investment '".
w Madeira Wine horses, a journey which would otherwise require two rltWIIR5E r BROOKS in the business of tvern-keepmg. The .(.m. ;;

:!O cases imported Cordials assorted, for sale }t.y. days The to accomplish. General OTICE.-The subscribers have at Columbus Oro. merer of the port, find outward, give, (-niil|" <'}"- : ,,11(
and Commission Merchant
Blakelv Hotel the Arente ,
: at southm! termination: of the j'and
hundred and odd soil cf vels
April RICHARDS, WOOD & C6 C- 1, transaction of.i.general/ .rWI lei* and Ciimmlt-, meat to thrre seventy ) r
Ground Snit fail road, has been rebuilt of brick on an enlarged scale, Apalachicola, Florida, April 9, 1836. .,.. **...,.., under the firm of its biiMnfsH wIth the interior to twelve t.t lit\rnMraroboats t .'
ALT, SALT-1000 sacks Liverpool ahd no pains will be : to render its accommodationsuch it!
spared ,
and Its trade
numenmsb.ircps < ulatinn '
'nlI1't -
Baltimore anaf { 35 bbls Newark Cider received per ship' ..I. T. N I LEE: fc Co.' | 'ft 1
in fine order, just received by brig as will give satisf.iction to passengers and travel- CIDER for sale by' ...' : ..1.-, And will n'Celvl'Uld attend have 1 increased for several years: JII'M.IDd: < u ,ill no ;'1"
sale lets thankfully punctually to .
<>r byApril generally doubt continue lo increase for several 1 yeotsto r.'nip' in It, '
9 H It TAYLOR &: CO. Besides the daily line of J\fiI; Coaches from Blakely April 9 RICHARDS. WOOD &: CO. all orders in their line of business at the store formerly the ratio of about fifty per rent yearly .W'tI''

from the) schooners Molina: and David for the South via Raleigh! Fayettevilltj &c. there i is a H AWI.EY.kELLIfI, Cotton Brokers. Apt' occupied by Niles! A Richards second building below The rent of the rst.'iblishmi! nil to n sums ble ram t't.villbe t 1" .,

j'(KO Mrs-:39,0000! lb< flacon i DO bbls! Pork line via Tarboronph! ,three times week connected with aehicola. March 11.INES Messrs. Urquhart & Ware's Drug! .Store.J. 1' In.lIIl'r3t.-l111' prrprtetors h.nving} in virw not so } I: j)
; Whiskey; 100 hWs s!1rfin.. FljurAJrilOlt the mail line at Fayetteville, and also a line from the S. L. P. Madeira Wine, in wood anil:l li MLFH, much :profit.'blo' ouil.iy of money .is 1 the rrriiii'ii' and "

t, RAYMOND: ) Ir, AI.LiSON: i.e rail road at KalficM to Cl.irksvilkjilh>n and Dan- i W. bottles, fur I'" I' _M ... W.. It. a. R. CONNER.Ptfmmrn mnintennnce: i f atntcrh; dstylenerordingwith i : tl..' '. '1
vi IK <-w> n"fJlCr ft Co. Culum-
I KICIIARDS WOOD and habits the
A..n o A co. 'I wants of the comn'mnity. 't .
bus Oa. and Gen. D. !McDou'ssrs. .
and wrll selected sto-k another: trr weekly lin tr' through 'i'
fiOOOS.-A large ?:! tn Ulakcty: passes I I For tarther p.irtlcnl.irs npplv! to t..f
t D'RV GooJs, Ready Made Clothing! &c. now Warrenton, Oxford; &u. and connects, with a line to I.. MITCHEL has constantly on hand M"Clay, Asher& Co. Arwlachicol.i: Florida; HIRAM NOIIRSK, South M N Y. l' 1'
onl.aad.un/for sale on liberal crellit, for aJ'pro'edplptr. Salisbury, N. C. I THOS. assortment of Groceries, Dry Goods,Fui Ri.hatds, Hood & Co. do.; and Nonuse A Brooks do. or to JOHN QOItRIK"':, Ajul.i' hicol.i. I j
U. L. MIDOLJ.BRltOK.E In the course! 01'II' season! a blanch will be opened( allure, '-c. which will be sold low for Cash. April Bogart A Hawthorn, New Orleans.Messrs : lu1\' 7.11 'l' ,'1" .
Edward Kellogg ft Co. New York and Adam )
from the Pctcrsbureh Rail Road at Belficld,to Wilkins / J
GROCERIES' Ferry at Gatson, on the Roanoake from whence a rail PROSPECTUS W. Spies Esq. do. subscriber! iniruJ' loentmi; lunr-i rlt''ermrnrnt I ) 7 f
'{ WOOD, has on hand a general assortment of road to cross the river by a bridge, is now about to be or THE Capt. Henry W. Cottrell, Baltimore, and Messrs. THE next season at the city ot J\I"II.'.Viculii/ and .: 't <;
Groceries and Provisions, which will be sold low for constructed to Raleigh. Southern Medical and SU''IIt'ulJonmal. Wilson Peterkm, do. April 9te**101 "bees leave inform the t |p* the that,. In- will ,II vie ,-vtablinb r

cash or city acceptances.: _March 10R:1RESI The rail road from Baltimore to Washington is now tae Copper, Tin and! Shcei lieu' bur ines., in all \ '., I., .
in operation. thence to Potomac landing, the line is continued Lots for. SaltvWE its branches 1 t.I \\
GOSHEN BUTTEH-20 firkins fresh by Steamboats, thence via Fredcricksburg to TO' IB ntumn AT' MOOm OMMH4. the advertisers, having purchased the entire in Orders from those who intend building tnntber! ,,.::1. ta(1( Jt ,

A" Goshen Butter now landing from ship Matilda Richmond a considerable portion of the rail road is fin.ishedand interest! already created in behalf( ibis work of the former proprietors, in the town of son such houses M rquire,t'opp.'r'tin or lint Rolf f" ; 'i

and for sale by the remainder is in a rapid course to- com THE ?been transferred by Dr. Paul F. Eve to the Danville, Sumpter county: Ge. offer Iota on advantageous Copper.. antlers. Leaders' .". u,ill I IN ,the, .,",\.II, merry () :'..' i
I April 9 BOURSE & BROOKS.BUTTER pletion. The line continues from Richmond to Petersburg subscribers they propose to I lease their ana publication term ed. Also orders for Steamboat ork. (, ), .' f It)

received Peru from ,by a turnpike road-and thence bv the Petersburgrail ; a\. soon as the printing materials of the first. quality,and Lying at tt.e..head of steamboat. navigation oa Flint 1 For further: information please address the 1Ib-.CIbt'r I w ;I ". !t:$
&c.-Just perschr. road to Blakelyas before mentioned, is the main and already ordered,arrive from the north. River-surrounded by rich land fail settling up-it of at Chatiahoochee, Florida. .,; I ,
; 10 firkins Go.hcn Butter,and !900 Grind. onlv daily mail route between Boston and New Orleans. The object of thin work is to convey practical sad use fers tc the merchant,mechanic: ,and capital! superior May C. WM. IIICKOK. f. 'lih."; I*i'arOTICK.on ]'
low I'
stones, which will be.sold, by ..lir.ifchWIIOLESALE M fnl information all branches oTlM aDd advantages seldom met with. For f
E upon profession, Autaer particulars' :f
11. & CO.
26 of the death ot Wm 'I'
,, circulation in the aoataeia W. 8. account t'
to give an early country, to enqu RONALDSON CO. :" 11
MADE SHIRTS-9000 the above 1 &: RETAIL READY MADE new facts, and new modes of practice whether. of do- irehf DM *..... OakAnd.indebted f< uow oecunifs positively' "" ,' I i; ,,-
READY G EST ADLrSHMENT.Theun.'i to him or to the firm of milk"I I I" ; i' t't I.Oalforel I.
To 34
mestic foreign origin lane objects
articles of all descriptions from striped or aeccopliifc -
j and chock to the hnest linen, now on hand and lor sale 1Cd having advantages which can compete the editors have engaged the !services of many distinguished Branch of the Bank of Pen ar.olu. by& Co.ike either:90th of by tnis bonk month or note, should, .; ,,j,
with other similar establishment of the kind in the payment to
rm 9 WM. A. OAKFORD & CO. any members of the profession to eontribnte orig
, April southren country, by inanut'aciunn; their own goods in inal articles. They have the pledge of iwppon from the mjOTICB,-Mr. Richard Catlia, having been ap1 E. S. HAMILTON, f 1 ",;. 1'I
PROOF IRON CHESTS.-The subscn- New York, and by the first! rate: workmen now offer for other members of the faculty of the Medical College of pointed by the Bank their agent at this lIIacelwlllhave Agent and Athunty.P. : :y
.> FIRE have on hand a few of Delano's Fire Proof sale the largest and most valuable stock of CLOTHING Georgia. They have ample sources of domestic and entire charge aad control of the ( 8.-The establishment heretofore under (he Mint f'f! i.
Iron Chests which they offer for sale on reasonable ever before offered in this market. foreign information in the periodicals of this Branch, during my absence from the city. of Wm. A. Oakford ft Co. will be eonttnued t by the t I ,,
terms. April. NOURSE & BROOKS. Merchant and others will find it to their advantage I Great Britain Germany France BAd hilly, and country from All communications.of a business nature will therefore company of said firm, and will open! with a largo nnd '
to call and examine quality and before I be directed to him.WARUE fresh Mock of Fall and Winter Goods, early in the Fall : "
price purchasing private correspondence from Paris. The editors' for.bear ii"
, E-IO casks;. and casks M. Wine BURCHAN President .
qr Hotel. coming Our friend.lnd/ t'u tnmt.I"tII"11 I
one door west of Mvrick's considerations show the (country merchants "
ofierbif nine ,
half do M. M. Wine any a i
II) quarter WM.: A. OAKFORD & CO. Apalachlcola, April*, 1830. April 90-71 in general,are invited to cull and examine J
Pil9 our ,
' periodical which shall totbe of south
. [5 qr casks Sherry Wino, for sale by ___ .:. convey physicians and \ > u, (:
goods prices. May 4 I
t9 April O. L.: MIDDLEBROOK.W ern climates the experience of southern practitioners to Slave Owners.IAABO1ERS I ,
; GOODS. Just received from Important .
SUMMER our man. and spread before them the earliest information denvcsifrom .: I : l
in New York and now opening, a splendid of WANTED. number of good BINNUI.IJTIt1N' .
all the scientific T
world that
,, WOOD, has j just received from New Orleans, of Made quarters will l be HB copartnership heretofore rs.I..inundl'r the
suitable the
E assortment Ready Clothing, for such a publication, as this is designed to be, has employed throughout /
std a general supply of western produce which he the coming season--consisting of Frock and Dress been esteemed a great desideratum by the profession.long year or by the month at the Navy Yard near Pensacola, arm of WM. PEABUDY: & CO., is this day dissolvedy !! J
offers low for cash. April 9BUTTER2'J Coats ; Coatees; Pantaloons and Vests of every description Having stated' the facilities at their command they on the following terms viz: Fifteen dollars per month mutual consent JMM Y. SMITH. having retired J
which we now offer for sab at a small' ad- confidently assure themselves of the of, the and one Navy ration daily; it consists alternately of from the conectn. The business! will\ be continued by k t ji
firkins fresh Goshen Butter for patronage :
. : vance from cost, wholesale or retail apply at the 'old profession at the !south. << fresh beef and vegetables, salt beef salt pork, flour, W... Pcttumv uh" is duly authorised to settle the bu- ,
stand one door west of Myrick's Hotel. Indeed the editors undertaking this laborious bread beans, rice molasses, vinegar whiskey, 4c. sinews cube late firm.
WOOD CO. duty
April 9 RICHARDS & April WM. A. OAKFORD &'CO.llrtmcli with no expectation of individual emolument, but Ac. all of which is of the best quality. WM. I'EAIIODY, \\1. t
thereto the desire of The whiskey pan of the ration i* not drawn in kind JAMES Y. SMITH. o
' hank of Pensaeola. prompted by the Inter- .
J W. RINAtiDI has just received by schooners ests of to which devote feel bat the value thereof((90 cents per month) is paid the Apalachicola, April Cth, 1H36. yc
Callao and Providence, from New-Orleans DAYS WEDNESDAY AND a profession they are them. laves in t ,
50 barrels superfine Flour DISCOUNT Y. Notes intended for Discountmust selves entitled to claim the support of the liberal ud money. -!M,( 00 feet of hard pine dimension '
The slaves will also have the benefit! of medical it- LUMBER
GO do Dexter's: double refined Whiskey be ottered on the day previous, and must be made individual 01 that profe.'I5ioo-aot simply that or their tendance and when confined by sickles no deductionwill will find! sale If olTcred immediately-by 'jl'tI 1,:
_" 30 do Common 30SHEETINGsT&c. negotiable and payable as prescribed by law. subscriptions but of their COIItrlllUlioua to tile app IMUM to' NOJR8E ft BROOKS. :
Whiskey. April __ be made from their wages:: for the first week of -
\\.h whi.rh.y solicit Abet .
respectfully there March 11.EAGLE
D Dank uptu ercry day, \O'IUIIC1ays: e&cepiea: ,; horn .
.. .hw """ iii "
.-10 bales brown Shining 34 10 A. M. till t) P. )t.March may r*sustained among us! a lour" <* amw The period oflubor
will be from
daily, sunrise
opportunity to the many enlightened practitioners thro'out to INSURANCE COMPANY.-Incorpora '
4-4 10. RICHARD CATLIN Agent i''I
Sheeting ,
the southern!states of communicating the results o( IIUIwilh.; however an Intermission of one hour lo at, IKI5. Capital x600,000nuts \
3 bleached do 4-4 and 5-.
cases! breakfast and two hours at dinner, during the I.
their observation, which otherwise would be lost to the .summer. ( roue.Charles .
:II a do new spring pattern Prints, just received SUBSCIUBERgarennwreccivingperschrHero /\ WM. COMPTON
t: and for sale on favorable terms, bvl from NewOrlins, mi consignment profession and to society. _. Briegs. PresidentThoi I y'
April !9 G. L. MIDDLEimOOK.fl 50 bbls Whiskey; 'J. do IVaeh Brandy This Journal will be issued monthly in number eon. July 27 .Commandant Hirrcii, Edmund j. fonun\ '
I. ?:) do Flour; 5 do Cherry Bounce raining about 61 pages, $vo. nl'allyexecuted. at 85 per _, John H: Hyde, Henry I). Richardson, \\J r
00 Boxes BUNCH RAISINS just landed I.; C do Uric reaches! which will be sold low for cash: annum, payable on delivery, of the 'Jd I No. imdenignedlTnistee otthe Pensa- Jos. A. H.irrrlli( James Griothhaw, it M
from schr. David Rogers, and! fur sale by I :May 29oUlum: & IWOOKS. MILTON ANTONY, M. D. NOTICE.-The and Agent of the t'n'nctlla John Whilchrml, Secretary '{ I
April J. W. RINALDI. JOSEPH A. EVE, M. D. Association hereby gives notice, that he will be compelled rr This company will insure fire, mnrim find river \
FLOUR, MOLASSES &c.-130 bbl sup ertiac rr Subscribers u ill please transmit 1 their names !am I for the preservation of the said Company's risks and guarantee!tills( exchange and promissory k;
r 1\CKF.REI.-IOO bbN and half Ibis., No.. I, '.', places of residence to the editors with all convenient t ,to proceed<< i In the prosecution of any individuals noses at their office, In the Kxrhanjre: on Royal street
1' 50 bbls fine Flour despatch.! March 17 trespassing on the lands of the said Company in any adjoining the Union Bunk, New (irleans. I
March 10 G, L. MIDDLEBROOK. Mil do Molasses manner whatever, by which injury may result Tile J. WIIITKHEAD\: Scc'y. I
h :'O do Pork .'VJSH* 600DS.RI cutting down or removing any species of Umber ('roanthe I The nnder'tigned having/ been appointed( Agent for .' ;r
' ONE HUNDRED barrels Irish POTATOES: in I Laid, Whisker, &.c. !landm-; e:..sclr Cal!!:ao, from CEn'ED per brig Cyrus from New York :- said lands is especially-forbidden! he above roiniuiy| ut this place, will take Fire River ,
i store, and for sale by ,, New Orleans nnd fur!>ac bv Brown and Loaf Sugars The lands held by the said Companies, extend from and Marine n ks. l 'r;A ,
i April 9 J. W. RINALDI. April :2 b
American, Gin, Rum and Brandy.: Bayou Tezar and lo Col. Kin!:'" tract ; they exk-nd Apalachicola, May 2. IBM.: ,
t For Sale or Rent. (.UOI': UI"1S. And per Bolina, from New Orleans-Kentucky Bag from Bayou Teiar to the River Eacambia, on the line j
THE House at present occupied by the sub- of the Rail Road lie and TILE COUJMIH/S UO'1'EL.
' gine of superior quality.We ; they on in the vicinity of the ,
f subscriber have from
: ship SprQ:
1 .icriber. F'osseWsiungiven on the first of flUyApalacMcola run liriir Cyrus, IIhl1ur just talc l low shall also receive per ship Harbinger J from New .cambia,<>n either aide of the River and embrace No. NEW ARHsruMi.NT.: : q

nelL York on consignment an invoice of Swcdes: and viega's Island, they extend on the Blakely Road, and include I't a
Ibls Canal I
I ll:I t: Fliurl.r | J !
i1 April DAVID G. RA EY. do New inland Rum American Iron; Hoop, Rod and Baud Iron ;Americanand I the tract called Boll's tract, two miles from town ; TIFFsahierrbernkesthieuppnunuyofinforming(' ,', t t i

>; tUGAR & FLOUR I hhds P. R. Sugar lot) do No. :Mackerel: .' 'n j ; Cast Steel. they embrace the tract called Belmont embracing the taken povx'sslon; of that "t'1knuwn\ rKtiiblishmrnt he :j l! ,
1 50 bbls Canal Plottr M half bids! Butter Crackers a;; .; April !9>> HARRISON & RANEY. two Forts. UoUmbunnoiei, lormi-rly occupiud by Whi-elock ,& ,!
After this notioe found be
i ,persons tl'flpa.ainR.iII Wlllard. He hnpcii to receive! n I IIN-rHlBh.ire of "
30 do Western! Flour, received by the late 10 firkins Goshen Butter pub
Rates at the Branch of prosecuted to the utmost extent of tlic law. I lic
arrivals and for sale by Mess Beef in bbls and halves: ./MwMos I the patronage. His (able will be furnished with the i f I
' April G. L. MIDDLEBROOK. Pork Bank of Pcnmcola. WM. II. CHASE, Trustee. best thai the country ad'urdsandhistsir% with the most i it t
Pensacola,July 2, 1836. July 27-tf choice liquors His stable shall, be ; '
. plentifullysnpphed \
Pickled Tongues
;. FILBERTS, ALMONDS, &c.-'.':1 bags fre hI. Pilot Bread \c. BII/I.M on. the North i at GO days sight, l| percent with provender and attentive Osilc'rs. lie designs de. i p
RAYMOND & ALLISON TfcTOTICE-Employment can be given at the Navy voting" his whole attention to the hll lne, ,.lnd w ill leave I
BilU ou the West at CO days sight 1| per cent div .
10 frails Almonds 1' Yard Pensacola few nothing undone that ran contribute lo the comfort .
April !ii, I;3L C. count. near to a trusty white men of 1 It
10 boxes averted. Lozenges; just received per IB the capacity WATCHMEN. Wages will\ br Iteral. :'iose who may call t I. barque: Lexington and for sue bv f/.OT///.IY STORK. Checks ou the North and West! at sigh; H iper! cent > No person need present hinurlf for the plIU11iicnunlt't."I July 27-tf H. J. HERROV.LaborrrH f
April !9 RICIIAR )S, WOOD & CO. premium I ,,
he can exhibit testimonials
satisfactory: as
subsrriber )has received made New Motile
! THE jut per ship Spring, Collections on Orleans Pensacola Wanted for the I'ellsa. I
: FLOUR, WHISKEY, and PEACli BRANDY : New York, a lar?f ant well assorted stock otOiaily .Mariana, Tallahassee,ud Columbus character.
i IW barrels Whiskey .'1QII, flolhlttf, March 10.NKW Terms Ac. will\be made known on reference at the cola nud Columbus Il all U.oud. I l'

' r 75 do Flour I adaptej to spring nnd summit wear, among are- Commandant's oft ce. CONSTANT rniploym.'nt/ nd liberal wages will bo, I'
3d: do OM\ Peach Brandy I Coats and Pantaloons STORE- The position of the Navy Yard is esteemed to be the nurabi-r of' Uborrrs, to be employed \
I 10- do Mononsahtla Spirits.'iiow landing: from Vests and Slocks: BdRRlO.Y R.WBD most salubrious: la West Florida on the above mcotiom-d work.. The operations tluruur, :
lir Fabius and for sale by Shirts and Collars w WM.\ COMPTON BOLTON. the present summer will be confined lo the! open| :heal-''
, p April 20NOURSE & RROOKS. Boots, Shoes arid Ilatr.As :. ([ the home formerly occupied by Chalet E. NortcIaJ] July 27 thy pine woods ; at the Mime! time a skilfel. physician, .

iT RU KS, UMBKKLLAS\V CANES a lull\ andennJaiit >>, a general assortmeitt rf\ Cloths! Caouiieres; HAVE on of Dry hand Goods aa extensive vis. ant well will be employed by the Rail Road Company, 1 lo,cruder: I L !
Mrrvi! .1 to th"kick h
supply of the abovv articles for sale by Bombazines, French Mtrino-: hosiery, & '. which Le The gratis ,i J
( Blanket Flannels Negro Clotting Florida Mall Line
... liberal ; ; ; Arrangements will I* made with owner of negroe.
. .. _April WM. A. OAKFORD & CO. oilers on terms. ,
Cottons; Oznaburgs ; Brown Shrtmga/ ; for tllDl' Ulld '
AMORY: ROGERS. any riVeD payments made whenever re- ,
1 CLOTH CASSIMERES & VESTING ot btiJerior I April Sheetings; 4-4 and M DnllmgaindChambrys FROM Mobile, Ala., to Augusta, Georgia leaves qwrf'd.

4 I quality, on hand and for sale by -.rECK STOCKS Linen Bosoms Collars, Gloves, ; Cranke .<, a strong rticlej steamer. Watchman every other, for fPensaeota day at 84 o'clock: A. M. per The wages fixed for the laborers, art! twenty dollar: t i ii
Linen Merinos Circassians steamboat theme I
WM. OAKFOUD CO. ; ; Bonih and found the best
A. &
l' busp'ndersandlidkt's.) : Also Hosiery i ,a full: ; per w provisions the !
supply Cedar Blaff (
SAf to bur-hone
T- Peat CoM_ thence na Urat'r "
:. Bombazetis Rattmetl Prints ; ? r I
; ; ; will afford Persons .
Satw ''Jveroool Salt for sale by"Apr1l9 wishing vinploymeni on i
( 1 for sale Aikrianna and ,
April by Calicos; Cambrics, plain and fled; Caaiiahooeare Florida fkinbndg, road will pleaic repair' 10 rmsproia! forthwith. '' a 'i
RI r WM. A. OAbF RDA co. .. t
clMM qIQ altllfdg.oyj + i.ii, ,ou ii j Ltttcrs addrewcd either of
*" > to the .
{ 'im April! 9 "U"IJ HUS.' 'L. MITCIIEL. J w. IU\,\1.01. has just received and cflcM for Ribbons assorted, Ac &e. Augusta, Ga. forming a eontmuoni Iron throughout receive ttrntion. WM. II.unilrrnlgned CHAfiK. 'will. ,
; tor sale! on liberal term.for ass, at his i-toje ou :Shell Ivory and Horn Combs; connecting! .* Augusta wits Ole Charleston Rail Road
P IORKJO bbls Prince Pork, for sale by Waters?. the following\ anichs Fur and Wool Hats ; Canand Steam Packets for New York Norfolk and President AU. Flo and Oeo.JU Rail Road Cnmpanr, ,\

. April NOURSE & BROOKS. 300 bbls Flour ., > India Matting; Hardware and Cillery; hiladelphia. ; GRAHAM.Cblet Engineer. I I

I !III!! Boxes LEMONS joust received and tor sale by JW du Whiskey -ni: Fowling Pieces; Iron; ,.L,A.1-paweager_& i.L.taking his passage in|*Jbtile will_reach. PensacolaJuly ?7tb. I Iy3G. i;
..! April J. W. RINALDI. 100 coils Rope Steel and Cast Steel; vmin-ow w.... eertsiaty, through all warner ua.r t
:50 ''' Castings, a general any ......(the aaipl.time allowed insures the arrival -
assortment Florida
O.,RUM-HO barrels just received and fur sale pieces Kentucky Batts0' > .*fjM ; The Hotel Mariana: (
N Mill unless tome upfomern should
do Dundee Io .: extra thickness! .c. occur
i. April 9 RICHARDS WOOD & CO. !J5: bbl N. Gin <. <*, ,"to Also a general assortment of Groceries -aJ1]which New-Yorlf the ninth day.there being but about TilE undeniiifoed, respectfully iaforms his friends I
st I JUST LANDING, per brig Timoleon, froUliew. 'JO do N. E. Rum j / will be sold low and on accommodating tt*ta. Their 390: auks bad travel, sad thai over the finest natural the pubhc! .that be Ita.tabD the Florida! Hotel.' ,
and fur sale by E. WOOD, 10 do Peach Brandy; T' friends and former easterners are invited lo ill: aad Road in oar country. lately Imself occupied: that by lW Peler W. OaiU..r, Jr. where b. Sat 1\\ ) ,i
,,' M barrels superfine Canal Flours 100/ do New Orleans Sugar! %. examine their stock of co ds. March 10 The low procure, coppered and eopner-fiMeaed will l find who may flavor him with a can? '
\' do M cs and Prime Pork 75 do Molasses "7 ,..:.. steamer Watchman i* too well known to need deacrip> every ihiag' ,rovid d. wkkkeaa contribute sot! 1
their {
. 93 do N. E. Rum; 10 do Northern Gin .'. pipes' Coena Brandy .I!r. A Branch of a New Veck Wale.ale. Dry Geode lion ; the ateamcnoo Santa Row Sowed and Bay and comfort and cuovenknce. MI

10 do Cider Newark; 10do American Porter i! do Holland Gin Store .,.... at AfeterhkeU. Caaitahooehee river are adapted lo lae tares and the JAMES B. STARR.
10 do Porto Rico Sugar. 50 bag Havana Green Coffoe agents" of the stage liae for aecomatodaiioa, Luau, M.viupa,July 17, if. 4WOTWE. 4
Coilee, Pilot Bread Crackers, Cheese, Lemons and :50,000 Spanish Begars. April 9 TilE subscriber the having formed! a Manaenhia coaches sad driven are not lo be rarpagaed in the :
.-" Lemon &e. Jobbing House of M. Jvtaom & Co!, iowthr coaatrv r.THE .
April 13 .
...), Ar. ..cincot DlbTaICT-JU'oljce's Cur. New York who are paying their\ whole atantioa M the The steamer Watchman being by this 5UBSCRIBER
HAY-Id) bundles superior Hay just received per Marshal Clark, > selection aad importation of Good., and abo" from the to the Florida Use the arraageawatattacbrd Intends kr9iD bb twlal.
Damages 531 C3. proprietors darter ** Drugs Medicines
.t Spnng, and for sale bv I fact oI tkeir Paint. die at this'place
assortment being both l' staple, di- themselves, that they ara now aferiac to the will I I .
AttachmerJ. .
rChain public ty m. aao in the
) I open, Fall i. ;
" April 9 NOURSE & BROOKS.PORK John -, rert rromoiher importers, mannfaciurta, tad aartion far the moil etpeditioai and camfonable rowe between the a km aad fa1anpnmeaiof ,' ,,
defendant and all others interested will: take I rooms, M enabled to afar above articles a| St. Jo> -p6 and wi'l! f y .
them -
-50 bbl Met and Pnme Pork just receiv. THE to Mercians and Plan- the South aai the Nona, add ID hi*former stock a full aMortmeniW r' .- -.
. j' .>!U New Orleans, and for sale by of the institution of said suit of attachment hers at as low a price lor eaab 01 spprova i The can and iaiereattag water navigaticr-the w
April 9 J. W. RI.NALDI, Waterst.CORNrlX and to appear and plead to the declaration filed i could. ajtually purchase them them elvei fnKewYorlc unoota. hard natural readi' the tiaM mad iheaecoavmodation 41N'7.and Flue c....",

!t in aid case according in the !tallies' in such eve made c&J .ishiDg afford the traveller need certainly, comfort All Orrfjri nest either place, will, meet 1 10114. J
;. i\ ( ) bushels Corn now in tore, and for and provided. FRANCIS A. ROSS, Coat' I ands nqu Goods theirdenfwitlarefto JI't come and a pksuiaf wriery,which the proprietor, hope wilt (heir UNseat promptDrss. .. )
,< for cash,by Apalachicola March 17, ll 136. be I sa.ttiDc. ewitte tbe enterpriseua large kharavlihe p pa I U., 7 B. Q. HAtV14.\,.
9 I can supplied the same as Ilpmat. Utrchaata ... trouge. _
Flour, Bacon Whiskey, "'e. others wU Dave formerly purchased dicer: gonSaia At Chanabjaecfcee. Florida, .. Ira a branch 1 line 'rA.YLOJL 4k to."*. JM*.
Charleston ClMwflw4a1w
J Another supply of Mummer Clothing. Now landing from schr David Rogers I' and other southern cities are rentwctlkU* (four hone poat coaches every other day) via i Pecos a'
UST RECEIVED bv the .ship Washington Irvin SOI bits superfine Flour to call and examine the aswrtavot which u IS Oa. eoaMctfa*reivlarly. with the !* from Itswkeravifs*** rida.Apnia&l 'L' Y'f
t.114110W openin! splendid a-, nmeot of 100 da old rectified Whiskey the heir detrnmiuiiun. to keep complct. utU seasons of to anea aaa bavanaab Qa. PM .1.,..jiINMf'eutt'd r{

Ktad'i-made Clothing 10 do Cream Ale Having Tfelf. made the AU baggage, tales.pareels. or ardele. or*any dmcrip-- :'r wh nmlneaa and,

Of all d rlraol1Pt' Intending to purchase! this! !*),000 pounds Bacon in bids and toms press purpose of suppryug above this arraagemetf market with for the ei. lion earned*r gar bf any dour MeaaAoato or coaches, paten, at thin oflcer ..1OAa ,
Spring: w'ill do well to call I soon, while our assortment is ,'JO doz London Porter ui boxes the above good oa itaerwiiliorwiiaoutpaMeagenai the riakoftae rectrv -
i complete.: SO bags Coffee, on eoasjenmriu and for ale liberal| share terms of tboi sat ssc rber hope n meet with a ...... thereof a BLANK*, ," "

priJ! 13 WM. A. OAKFORD & CO. low 1'/ Ar-rill II R TAYLOR ft CO March! ) rwiooafe.; ,.. i D:7.: QMc, at flfcnrim ItmtMt.StokiHTOCKTOV HNDaInw, CHIC.... '
JQy :'f n Bairn l/.eaten. Rriplr'rek. !


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: -' ? \ ouIXI'RI- :!<8h-I. The following" -communication;; has;been h=ll'ld:1: .

THE APALACWCOU GAZETTE, we opine, than he t aaHU'vas aware of. It was ', !fI<: f[ .1 ST. JO.CI'li I IN FLORIDA. I:us by the Hon. Joseph M. W hitu. It 'ltl dct.I'l; ..

about the Foi looking out of our d which explains: itself: It
windows e. From tigraded rafm said to ,
> < precede attention to
1 I' We hate: been requested to turn our (for the New 1 ork r.xpr' Saturday September .24,... 1830. Now this, was no Joke. Many a sty Fox has the-stona', $ul rom the flourish of trumpetsfcrthtfonWtbf the war which is! going on between the mal towns! Mr. White of 1 Ipnda, could iiot. ci.iidp.srcnji t h .

) : looked out of our windows here of St. Joseph and Aralachu'cla: -towns contendingfor notice the article in the St Josephs. 'rrhr,1ph< w
the soulless
during Sum tie 'tat-iJr and of
THE: SftMurotc WBitween nine hundred .. corporatMA romtiifTcial supremacy upon the waters but :!since at. has found its way into a respi-ctati,!

and. tbcujud.fricnd.ty Creek Indians under those met,and the Telegraph will find before the Winteris r','" we,1zpyct. t lkolfo oycna; i'graseppt" Florida. The towns, rt/jo though we be1e\'p/! journal 1 iu New York, he dtem? It necessary t h
a and
the but abqut\ 2H' mile! : t-f his letters
are names, are npart that the date
brave tad intelligent Chiefs., Pad4y>,!eiatr. ,.' 'hesa'the.. Blunderbuss ; the war i i-4 waged with the activity and energy, purer say he at had no i .itrest whatjvnr printed ia Arilarhiirola in that!
Coy, and'about> SCO.tJ.'S. l'ij1el.hl\'e.IIrite4: : It.b i not our intention, net would it be(oqdpcy i; j> :.8VtJoseph: ,*" ,fireJ! rt Readcrt! and fiercehcst all border'wars between neighbors aid he deh+ tile managers tl t,"'R pint. : )
; and brethren.
here during the past: week in the steamers LeFlo- in us, to contradict any statement of.the Tele- wonkht thOAttiagioc t 4he i t:.f''anal: r&achmc -'o I But; it appears tn us, if we have been correctly tradict it; r'lip'rtefi this' stateinei.t.lure, to Mr.prjdu--e\\ .,:any Aur proof months to:(' kV

13, Rcia'pe'er" ; Hyperion, Mincro/oad J Anna Col- graph, ia regard: ,to the numbers. ; or the health,of long in prepar'atitB/liH; : t V7i !:?cKist,discharged some I ir.frrrr.ed. thit Ht. Joeph'n( hanot been fairly eh.' date of that !letter, purchased t.\, r lets I i ia: .\ kf
t with think have '
I dealt and therefore. we we reason lachicola and ills by this! i urtifi.c of disregard
our population; because: we are aware,that an assertion of its barrels tfhiw? ir.3 vcv.i t hivsJcft:: the! beh The St. ;
bona, destined-for the seat: of war b the Pcnbsula( | corpctatica to take up the cudgel in her dates, and perverting facts, that this charge

to operate. f1gatnstthe. Setninoles.. 1'htse'trie of' the Telegraph win not be regard .,yany' vif clt a*Jo yJ,if Che 1 low had nbt declared, Joseph's: Telegrapa has clearly got the lion. Joseph made. (
dly :
i Florida
M. White, the Delegate from the the I letter which I
In regard to it H
r individual supposed<<:
Indians. hare been in the service ofithe U. S.inth who ii knot pre- ctenrancd to re ittttillcftff Inothrwords, the :old shot gun, Territory, upon the hip, at for example, that Jour victs him of inconsistency: he ha.< only to I

kV hto compaign* against the hostile Creeks, and have: eceive every thing as true which makes: to our prcjudiee. )'rlii hat iacntioijcj'in HuJibus the. own. nal publishes to a a citizen letter of of his New dated York, JUDe, in which 1836. addressed St. the letter in question was written men say or I.

net Acted in the best faith towards their white tile Yet, as'official) returns. of' the numberof. trove:."*. ThV corporal'Jon' :select the highest column Joseph is, in the language of the day well used years ported ago that, he when: had a found Lieutenant 30 feet of water KngihpPr on the t;;
j as *, and hare evinced the utmost bravery and goodconduct deaths, published under authority, as well as aa foi'theu.,telegraphicjli-'p>.'ltck, and:iOiteaj! ) of I up and, then the Telegraph publishes is exalted another to the letter skies of, of Gen.St.Bernard Joseph bay..l a corps In consequence of! Engineers of this : 1e

+ ia the cM. accurate census, taken by responsible persons, are' ivo, tomakeiheincon" iustede. }, of cur delegate, more his addressed to the lion. Charles F. Mercer, in to make an examination, and afterwards were a !';: ; I
:1\ 1
always interesting to friends! abroad, we shall, at conspicuoustlreylct: ;: 'it c4lih) two minute-guns in Congress, in which he sa Table C M ff&tc Joseph commission, who report cnly 17 feet 6 inches I

Our friends It St. Joseph ha. ? improved their'' our earliest opportunity, give a place to both just quick and i it perhaps the most Bay formea by f water on the bar, a bad entrance, and unsafe I
Miewtsiur> like1 General who sees his the United States, with the exception of that o Another Engineer who examined the j

; 14:1: opportunities, and made the mdst out of the circumstances as we should have done, had the misstatementsof shot akgeect;t}iy' ray;!!'ihcr'e, count i the slain,'- Pen-"acola, South of Chesapeake" Bay." 1 have road from the Alabama line to Apalachicola country ,for 1
Mr. White the interest of single
t : which caused a temporary suspension the Telegraph lever been published that dollar not says a ports all the back country north, east, and west \
: nefd eif ::hc in Apalaehicola.) But the Td'graphcbar
was'a'fOsef'Vfe tlO'tfeJ :
... .. ,. St. Josephs bay, a fresh water swamp, 1 1I 1I 1I 1j
;: of the Apalachicola Gazette, (;or a few wee .don "- done, thy prWrateoeJ wf iclorq, us Y oW,whatis : es him thus:- in alligators, musquitoo., and mochasms, not j
Our friend GI We know and and will exhibit,
the St. tan
Joseph! Telegraph pretend procure the rattle snakes. I
for It
p,; ing the Summer. Being copeUdtorettrnt>> i ,: thi :uiti'soiauch'self the desires and challenge dry enough was
? .! i\l\ po /'t'1ird! atbrac gentleman it ( ue now i
ed in a late article, to give; some account of.his and. Mlbrd tile these official reports that the opinion exprt>s ]
> J : : bun to put \II on our proof 'IS opportunity <
for sbrt to '
Georgia-'f'a complete our arrange. ti tons.. .; aid witnjiurh.t. an au:i of, ffidai, importance, 7 of furnishing it,) evidence th.t: he is interested m Apa- seven years ago was changed, and this: change 1t I 1 1I 1i
meats for the permanent removal of,our family tisa Tell it 'ti m..G" L' .' not4- lacKkol.i hut he is interested in the appreciation of thc opinion was expressed in January last, when
nas ngalD"even
; info hkr-puHi value of property there, and of course is concerned sale of lots took place at Apalachicola, until
J t I this place, they took advantage.of our absence iD ;among the'SoIritV?f '"Ifis! ,':gentle'reader, a letter and interested: in the destruction of any piau rcrookty or 19th of April.
pany. lie nays h. wa a citizen ApaUchicolasome dmtlll competing with the town of Apalachicola. "
s bribed our workmen from their employ for the ';of ; 'to )
; pus ; the I pil 1326, the Chairmen of aCommitleejinigO These! chara2es being disposed (Jf, about which
-:' months previous! the sales, was: permittedto NEW ORLEANS, August 2?,
pose impeding, tho'regular publication of our ;'iessiii. which he say's "it we know nothing further than as the news Chronicjnrs -
peep into the green room, and see a little of their .11' .. ,. appears of the day, we shall here publish some facts LATER FROM TEXAS.By .

paper. by. a eejilrcport! of the Engineers" that with which we hare been furnished from reopon,i- the arrival of the Julius Cjsat on S .

4 4 Now, we have not\ the vanity to suppose that all wire workers and their machinery. True,he was there is 30 fet q(water on St. Joseph's: Bar The ble hands. la ,t Ircm Brazoriawehave received tome little

an Apalachkolean about that time, and to all appearance X' (For the New York Express) formation from Texas, although of'nogreat im
this trouble was taken, that all the odium of the Delegate was then a citizen cf, IInd' deeply interested !It has nut been twelve months since the firs' tance. Greater concord prevails throughout

r i transaction was incurred, merely from dread ofae a very zealous one, and many a good pa: in P&jsacoli,?.;. but, wishing! to avail himself'tof house was erected at St. Joseph, yet it now has a community, for some time past a little divided :
ragraph have we been enabled to put together; .\lP !I population of about 600 souls, and buildings arc their political views. The operations of the
influence which our peas might wield adverse every thing that i'would give interest to the Territory going up as fast'as mechanics and materials can though not ot an active character yet are

i,14, ; to the intercuts of that famous town'; it would b the strength of his communications, conceltofag i K I be had. The Bay is inferior to none in the United favorable to its continuance, until' the stlrce
r "own, desiring to
l ethe sayings, actings and doings of the St.'Joseph, promote I States. Its entrance is so plain that shipmasters termination of the existing difficulties af the

paying ourselves Coo, high a compliment to imaCine. I. owAo'se fTorid'a, Wore a Saint was on the Day of I. who have once been in require no Pilot, and ships try. The crops, considering the agitated state

hat they ;"erec driven 'the of men, who frequented} ,his house, and Joseph: NttKr tat can go in and out with the wind dead ahead. Ap the inhabitants tor the last year,are very '
to necessity re.sorting .* ( the answer to all this 7Taat
h .. alachieola and St. in Franklin
green room*" be also pretended have the entree .n" -.. Joseph are county, and in most parts of the country it is raid, ,
to.meanness, and..dishonesty! for the par reporTCf Jha"Epgineer win ascertained'by a and the population of St. Joseph will exceed that prove sufficient for the supply! of the '

of arresting ooli ping (w..lid.a linu>, tpjusn His observations were as acute, and -we Naval of Apalachicola and the residue of the county 200 The Mexican forces at Metamoros,are
1 (rrro&ebus
t, poe 'andMilitary: survey to be and the
auuben.s, ahnitt MI it curate, MI while in the other ... .' per cent.- But one building has been completed in ted by an eye witness, to be greatly reduced
I they hid the mesntt tif,correcting. isy mis'9tatement -- It 'Del rgatepWuys; >'j now from a more Apalachicola of any 'pretentious to respectability numbers and desertions continually thinning
green roei'over the appoars!
cthe Town : .way. However, we made within the last eighteen months. Many M'" ranks. In net, the is what I
of the medium columns.No recent army just might
our.,through luQecyftbatIWas; misled." The
,1 the most of them, and in truth, we took bin .Cor a Saintshave.pifiis been pulled down and removed to St. Jo eph. supposed to emanate from the Mexican
the=m ,was another motive; superior this.1 .- t thtficla6lted: Bayou and Lake Wimico Apalachicola has now a less: number of houses, men, a common raffle for the sport military I

: had engaged hand the of real Apalachieolean ; and should have deemed it .._"..i r'h" f .. ,, merchant, and less: population than she had 15 pots and a licentious priesthood. The whole e
They a new for purpose "
. ,
, 1 unm
base slander,had the assertion come from navsngcso oAtn. leaped at stats and fastened : months ago; its inhabitants cannot now numberover try has for years been the football of such

'ii doing wj>Jhe Editorials of their Telegraph j and. aDYonebut : in the, .iqud?.* 'they thinkof another Rail Road.: I 60 souls! young and old, black and white- rested gentry, and the Government has, been tos.
himself, that ht vat only acting the spy on r* 4k excepting of course the crews of steam boats if
from the
la one to the other with the at le
1 he had s) epotation of desIagtstbrri! poetry They
1L as 'havexbsijged'chefr:
'. both tide I That while he was worming himself upon experienceand there are any in port. of the annual mutations.

v r '4 utidjfetion chsu jacta-it was deemed s matter ofimportanceto into etidjg te, sjtJ; ""ntlt.6ur': :' Delegate allowed 'to The General Government have done nothing for By the Cesar we also learn of the abortion
the confidence of the vt're 'Ilarknin this The projectors of the town have
one port.
gone plan concocted in for the
t our good
prevent his being "checkmated. I change lIao..wbtn' O<:D. Bernard and Na- earnestly to work and have purpose
a already expended from his thraldom
rescuing Santa
green room, under the pretence of being an Apa- Anna. The
11 too early in the season.'CorheuentU/, no'saeri, laohieolean ; val Coiafc!\!iiQjiJis!:') e q,t!chained and reported that $160,000, and are making further large appropria styled Second Napoleon is still however in '
and of the :! tions. '
house 'he
getting big Ac rance vile,' and the desire of his friends
+ lice, of donor honesty) of time or money, was all the while the LieuienOTtKhc'fenni 30 feet! inside of the A Hotel is to be eoected during the winter, that release him therefrom eager has added
was only examining the vorkingt oft \ only to the
4 spared, to cause the interruption lor a few weeks, Bar, had hiss fj jr\e 11arself, and that came Lieu- will be superior to any in the south. A line of ter !security: of his person.
machinery\ for the of off steam packets is in from St.
purpose setting an contemplation Joseph Several! individuals it
:' cf the regular publication: of the Gazette. And Editorial! in the 8t; tenant after il5 Joseph Telegraph Now all I to
f; I: well has the doer of the Editorial in the Telegraph Cinches. oa.i it.!..,.THc.. cotporatioa will not let a man will be the most desirable for travelling, via the deliverance of the captive, and by placing
this be Charleston
true ia Augusta Bainbridge Ga. and
may yet we, our simplicity, should board him
transport to safe
r ( some place of
,.availed himself of his unchecked tjcense, off who,takea'e l'en opirfion which favors their Mew Orleans can be reached in 7 days nation. All concerned
not have believed it one's however, have been &
;r ia the utterance of all thing strange and :wonderful i any report, save speculations d tnerepott? ,and has it corrected by I IDother. from New York, with only 2 days stage travelling, led on the charge,and will themselves most
own! And we ire still rather inclined. to the belief viz: from Augusta to Bainbridgc. bly be made to endure confinement
in regard to the condition of Apalaehicola for that in order off ..';'I1beJ4:"never1 was such a mountain in : The capital enlisted at St. Joseph is heavy, and means calculated to enlist the &lympatldes not by
to set in the
strongest liahtj Its! supporters are among"the infer wealthy andiutelligcut
twt>rtt4nmw, : I
wi.iVTiriieulousmnii countrymen.
the last two month.) e. They I Florida ?
his talents for simulation, he has been willing on planters in Georgia and Alabama Mexican gold do much
Out such is the well knewn tendency of.the T. must suppose Ae. people to be stupid indeed i if theyimagine all whom intend eonceutratini? their business instruments base may enough to ,and has the brought 1 I
toi.n.somewbat his character for attempt
this occasion, : it that place and umme'r
: making a residence.Of
fiction concealing the date of the of a man, who has proved himself of
11'I" b- to that'iDougb their statements letter its healthfulness there be unworthy
,I honor and honetty. Knowing that these were r can no question-no name, but has not as yet and will not succeed
have passed oncontradicted, they have,in no ease, to the Chairman of a Committee in Congress, they local cause for disease.A lulling to sleep the Argus-eyed vigilance of
qualities not held ia high repute among the Saint, rail road' is r'I
already and in
I I''IT to will completed -
not see that nt have operation woo love their sod have
.of must been founded country, within their
the interests the
t It operated unfavorably to Apalaehi on connecting St.
Joseph Bay with the river
1 I.' he was anxious to put hit belt foot forvarJ, and er its most deadly enemy.
bust erroneous report .aforesaid. Apalachicola, from the eastern: end of which cotton
forwarding The vessels
cola abuad. The receiving of war the
what composing infant
show them he could do ia the way of fraud ; may be taken and delivered to ship the
tt :'V: on vy cf Texas, arc more than sutiicietjt tor the
i ness in our city, has been in no season so heavyby and cunning. And if the game suits him, let him wharf; at which they can load and unload with 17 can marine. Without the protection of the !
',\ (Vet water. Another rail road :
far; as the present. And while the Merchants thrive Ice( ill route being lion States marine on the coast, Mexican
C IINII"4TEtt: gtirogad to Tennessee blufi'on the Apalachicola would be and
destroyed their
Columbus and elsewhere had the 75 miles above the ves"!ls :HHJH
New-York, ; rh'fr1 town of
Yet after all, we cannot but believe that his The Joscphjtc i ; an easy prey iuto the hands of their enemies. !\
are at heir, old tricks. and it is make
consignment and business Just at contemplated to a rail road or canalto ico is and will
beSt evidence that: their usual for and fable have'led him that powerless, never emerge from
appetite poetry a the period when point, a distance of 25 miles, which brings
are about and moral
II l generally: was well attended. to by the. mercantile rods. to be shipped fortht'Sopthtluy'kZndeat'or St. Joseph 50 miles nearer Columbus, Goo., and present political imbecility, until :
little astray on this occasion, as well as most o* enlightened views prevail among her
: to enlist the cotton region than
'c\ houses here, we presume it interested. them }little! thers, and that he ;is not quite the neat hypocritehe imposition? .have sympathy, by avoid the dillicult and dangerous Apalaehicola navigation, and of thus the lion, and debasing institutions cf ignorance ;
; They gone to a new paper inNewYorkV"r superstition effectually rooted from the soil.
; whether coffe .hcuses and harrows between Tennessee bluff
to inquire, oar streets., : and Apalaehicola. ,
pretends to be. His description of the workingsof V'used wi h the struggle: between those who are

l !J exchanges!, were thronged witb'n five, or ten the mind I up'1 the old ones, and on her growth, her greatness and prosperity,' .
the not to
tili machinery, present have made that
C.MMICS!* the Texas
No be
l' i paper publish an extract from Col. 9. people o ii to closed, and closed
oi' .
f tioosand idle citizens, men, women that clear and distict picture, that might be expected White's IctUr of January and it APALACH1COLA AND ST JOSEPH. umphantly tor the cane of national freedom.

s f;4 It was! for tam ,to( kaoV* thai! ibe uraalbasinets'of : I from an :actual obs "er. It bears the marks! of now theiiaiate'aiehtee'knaw say was June,- In the Express of SaturdaYIBordn,; la t, we ico wi-h, in a word, Texm to be free-and that
there is rom her di-!
l promptly --' rome difFer published a coiumunicatiuu II'"O\'crmg asters, her
the accompanied few
:p .r4'. l .season. wasreguhtly that confused, conglomerated inconsistency, generally ence bewednrJtnttCry and June. remarks: of cur"uwn touihui St. Joseph-: ;.by Sonic a and division ', in:.y biccir.c renovated ;;
11 conducted with all those additions'which the re They and by an united c&rt of her
j; second-hand allusion alo.a.. made to the Hon. J. M. White people i
: stamped upon vague: and idle. ,
quote this-Mpiesidon from the -hacltlcs that
Ccl. :
I ( .. guiarly increasing prosperity 01.this entire region White's Utter of (the delegate tj Congress from Florida) Our a mi.'itary despotism and a
mmo s. One portion contradicts the other, and January: "J 1 batiks ot 'the interest of dollar inApalachicola own remarks were based upon those in the St. gerou' hierarchy, have ao long bound around
c ''i, r s of'country might naturally be supposed to call fur.t a Josephs Telegraph, and information become what her great resources: under wise
the whole is contradicted by common sense. For .". The given by gen efficient
about Jo&ephites then, through tlemen who represented the interests tration, rould soon make her,
'r. AU that rigmarole absentees,houses shut up ''t of St. JO t-phs.
r.' t :) t instance, he says "when the lots of the real Com their newly selected.fti'd.tnrnslr.. ft ?..?....:?., .___ We regret that what we have said should l have government fully adequate to the protection of th
\ tad streets overrun with grass, has been properly --- -- --- w" uv.iltiUil IfUUl exhibited even the appearance of tights of all its: citizens, and thereby; securing !
't -t' there bidders. Lot- injury to Mr.
i no
were were
pony put up, the firm
sainttyTtltgrapb'to devoted
.{t understood and properly appreciated. Making say, that we know, and White. Nothing was further from our intention. allegiance and commanding
Water street) k. going aDd bid We have resgect of all nation;;.
\ on going, no >> ran eihihjt pn0 t tkat the gentlerhah Col. White long watched his conduct, and during
n, \, it t full allowance for? the known veracity of the Tele ders." In the very next sentence he asserts- is interVrtedro'ilpolkbicols ) the last session of Congress were a daily observer This, however, cannot be till Mexico is I
% !Now look at thisbold of his public doings. As a man he med regenerated, disenthralled the ,
1.., graph, there wu nothing at all in the circumstances : -, j-i ever received aup by
"overtures were then made individuals, those for faiv3 the undivided and cf such institutions
frat iffec'tisg imposition respect attention of all parties: as will bring home to her
a "l.f:. 1. .. to dells the wonder. or admiration of the enlightened I instance who bad been entrapped into the purchase date. They a forged: in Congress,' while socially no man was ever I pie a just knowledge of their rights, of the I[
abroad. The public in general, ray'.that; : Col. White vat intere more esteemed. All we published what has: been and motives of those who would keep them in

I public of'front lots at at$1500 buy others at high prices&< .' sted at trifc'.latf! of( his letter, but that'he is said against Mr. White, we deem it our duty to grading ignorance and weakness, and of the *

t': 11 are too well acquainted with the course of trade Now if there were no bidders for the Company's as be purchasi4'fsre.tota! now, make the following extract from the speech ob- cy of that will, which enlightened, and knO .',"' i
r Southern from New-Orleans to in April last-neither honor jected to by the Telegraph. Iu speaking of the in what true ireeeoin consists, and the benefit* '
tn> the cities,
I 0 lots, if when the front lots were put up no one any one_bt iS \fierJ'havedenied that since report ia circulation against him he says, '. They its enjoyment mutt prove irresistible in ih.J'fi'n"' I
', -bharleston, to be surprised to learn, that many,of.tto ,. wire circulated at a moment when I wa of the successful attainment of its hire ;
i bid for them-how happens it that individuals were h availing
April he has .
; interest
merchant men of business, as well as of lei* |. I 111.Ap lat'hicol:1.: By myself of the overflowing treasury, to procure large blip: aims. ,

M,.,jj( :tsare, have paid, a visit; of business or pleasure, to entrapped into their purchase: at 81500 When this. eOIJIUilelt'aaJ ibrgery; man: A.JJV .,...... .>._, :ana apwopriations 11'0&1';&, amuv to *build-. _-v up*.a-*great..-, .clocll-var.1 V. I de V.W not.- From-_ the,4i.t.Courier I of_Saturday-:. .., --last-,"*. **.have, ,.*: ''

; J putting two MutUa .og.'M., uut trend; of the contrive to toakoju: ;) attack on his veracity at New- of the commerce of the Mississippi anlthe coast Casar: .

.'i:' Qorope, to the North, or the interior during the Telegraph ought to be more esutiom! in rubbing York. The Nt""i ork the St. of Florida. These reports were about to or Mr. H. :M. Morfet, who was sent by the '
what Southern do v paper says: Joseph'sJournal ; postpone these apprtpiUtion; and I felt myself: States to ascertain the political situation of Tt'Ja
I months. In city they I
'.-.@., ;Summer down their inconsistencies; and if he wishes tosatisir publi4< a letter of his (Col. W',;,) dated: called upouaby toe most inoperative duty to the and who had just returned from the Sabine ; we r.

t ., not? And it has been often remarked, that'absen- his friends. abroad' that be was really the ". tvhule n Tcmtorv_ _P' __, and___ to n tAn.__ non.rs_ .. __._ nf_, .An1/. ,_.__>.>.>.i.....n-.... requested Co state took rusjatre: in the Julius C
I in lS1 .t en u a quotation to interestin
11 :.tecism in the Summer bears relative proportion an: la, to give m}' opinion of this mammoth city, which sar from the Balise!, on her last to Brazoria. .
hypocrite he pretends to be,'.teat he-sought, the the plact, sad then the asseveration: that he it, was to twallow 1 up I'eusacola: and Apalaehicola. Summerville,the :Secretary of War, has !
: 'to the activity of business in the Winter. Those and I hid: these laws annulled and pave my opinionof inconsequence of pecuniary embarrassments..
confidence of both was permitted to
) parties, not The is
r vat ifuerejtjfd. point this i u-d- Col. the of the A of between
f of' prospects: town. To weaken that corps two or three hundred \
; who have reaped large profits during the season peep into their green rooms," and there acted the White"iatre in the town of Apalachicola in opinion, and to excite odium :against: me as a representative is now being! raided iu Texas,to act as

t trade, have generally the greatest indueemeats to he mutt strict attention to a very compendious (and to the parties Rangers to the we.t. They are to receive an a,td
-why pay a more la wken> he said he
1 Northern Foreign markets for the spy January was not. Now to the I doubt not, satisfactory: ) reason was given- tional compensation of one dollar per day when C
'. visit the pure his Ps tad Qs and give his paragraphs;a higher pfoof-thathe i ii so now, is not the question, and first, of my tftculationi at Pensacola, and of my active duty. '

..pate of increasing their stocks, eateading their credit polishing.. Then is a simplicity the one ease then interest at the other pla:e. It so happens that I I Died at \pb-t'o, on the 10th inst. Lieut. St
whether ht w' or (pot is i: a matter of'no neither the
con.scqueaejmlYT had one nor the other. : of
I Baltimore of the heroes
e t or" effecting other mango meats connected with incompatible with a belief ia his cunning !in the one
1 am complained of for ban Jacintio.
far :as-henys! he:was: not. lie my opinions of
I I 1 their trade. So that every intelligent individual, other.' ".t '. End I St. Josephs without seeing it. | had before me At Brazoria, Mrs. Ballon.:
as mfchsj. to purchase alApaladucok the ef the
At borne and abroad will'know. bow to understand Our city already heal Dito resume 11'er. wonted ; as report the engineers of as to the water on the Injurmationfrom the Interior.-Mr. Peter 5\\::
baf: report another
"' nay F>es f;attr\rfJ.aaksor fca remarks ot the Telegraph, after making a appearance of bustle and activity j tine hum of men the routeof: a road from Marianna to Apa rived here a few since
days direct from
t. rep had tqpurchase at St. Joseph! It ii lact cola from which! I '
l jouifiif allowance for bis love of fiction, aad I tad of kswimss iegif*' sgsie.0 lit heard' ft our not a immense', ., ascertained the fact of the raawhich place be left on the 12th uJt. He *
e north :
but east of the bay of the Mexican .
fI proprifty, has
simply important by desertion been
; army ;
mattw : ,
t :t' whic exhibits every Muff.tF ahseetcea aje St.-Joseph, and the flatceof) :
f roattoUous, wtarvw; ntvrai&g agsjs to, heirfar the shores: ; from to about 2,200 men, that they are in a miserable *
: t tall gld> y jumbled extracts aDd mis'k which, too, I i3'err.'d that the
notorious f' : :; salt water on one ation Urrea h
iury still :
I But jaXhough the Telegraph so koine< aad thm is strong promi* of' ak side would not be pound was m command. Andrade
: 4fIQIat .:aoWeiapt'made: ia a penifggging urticient to render it left fur the south. Mr. S. he confident
1 .1 its affection for the fabulous, that the lew facts h e and vigorous pKwecutioa of trade. The laststtaax anymore healthy.! than: Apalachicola: with these campaign will be made :a 'say:a-a-l Texas this ).e

( 2. hits upon Accident, will.scarcely be believed. ers from the up eovatry, sad the vessels. from snooper, iftaMftl. ,. his. veracity.4au other Uisadva of the,ito board;es ; of and directors I 11M not of require the the instruction and he doubts: my' much whether the Mexican : t

f f, et .fewe can sssute our friends' abroad, that one 01 aorthern pens, come ,1adtn with passengers: -, ,bVe: ai..#.'iU. -l toiay. that, any charge: that ling to.u 11 me that ships in that: bay new could bant not tion lie confirms will consider! the report it politic of a ever revolution to make having br.

a two of his remarks weriiesuideserviag.ocetedi I.: and to erowa our hopes, our city remaiai perfectly 'bc.Jri c it!'pt i indirectly interested in Apahchi'coU ever stand have a Wet the India folly to gale, or and that merchants would ken out in the lute tier,and says that Gen. \" %
pack unpack, load and had been {
t t And ia the quotation which he tome pow or" othei 1 r healthy-there is not a ese of fever within the at the ante of his letter in January last, unload: steam boats and rail road carriages, to go also .state proclaimed that Gen. Dictator Selma and by the f'ilisola military.had-

tnth (.hoo;) he'" E J h? *-as rJos) i h uttt-rl fili! one hundred miles out cf the coarse oi trade to arrested
and tried
1' ,, l rynfrcrV: O. ;'\!'.. th're was nsrre ,, tirsits! tithe ci'>. ; TI' 1.\plli'hr !1 'I by a !court martial for cow
!oral t3sriD3prtrv:: in th a Texts t' n-\"l.! *

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d.J ------- lie -- - -.- -. _: .__. ___ I ..
been eciInzieItbi'ht. m the ''I'
. Ih I tfrr had Alapahi, but hi* pirit houlJ to doomed t: COMMERCIAL PRO5PERIT.YWe -- -- - -- Ij
.1:1II: thr It'clingi cf the foreigner* in Mala- wander on the dismal Ure4 Kisignm M're'. I
f the :
i river aLarhcoIa.I
--.rl.t. extract the following froru M,. Ca ItOftb' -r. ;lJort i
that in : ? AND..TIIK: IJUTTERFLY.Trans.IatcJfro'n' ,
fit uinl On :
., a* decidedly ni our or, says squaw was hct. M:. prtoM was badly Tlm.DEI f
address the Pendlcton 1J(
at for1W
dinner valuable
i-fa inst that place they wounded. The -
""eiIt t campaign a;: trophies tf victory) -the plunder thf. titrrwn-of hntntmucAtr. .
r ,. )
which ,
it That .
the .c"a
with 1 and takenfroin gives. pout ARRIVED: I
I'Uliite. exas. pins the Indians were sold on thespot I. .A beemastcr conducted bis to his I ,
ph,, tot SITOj and thp :auiuUbt given to Mr. Peters, etporti and imports should have teen aJ great beehvuse, and showed lohun the young tvonderiul trimd I '. P t. :.-flch. Talma Mrrryhew. fm N. V.rk. 't.Nj
activ I r .
61t! the only snftfrrr. in tree years, from 32 to 33 as it wash the/w-fy &;!.stunner LeFlore (Jolunibus and
t TrJm thl' Charleston Soithhrn PtrM.k : ity of the little community. Mcaiuvhilc a lowly Taylor) ..
hat h LATEST FROM FLORIDA.thi That is the way to u-o upthese predatory Indian ft-t fart.'I. years preceding, i is truly a most aMjrusha. butteriy$ approached( the spot. The plcudor cf Fort; Mitchell with trcc>ps and subsHtrure lot the .. : ht

Willey at.th14 pltti l'. Pursue the n., iut quit their trails till they the azure ol the sky and the ,ur.s'et Florida Canipa. t .,_,1:1"
hi. Whr. Gtorpf
:si f-'ronooa from f Jacksonville.Mary Capt.( I':. F.) WeEt"'l'in'J are come up 'itb-allt
' A slip from the olli-'p ot,the JvkiKii- arid the d"ath. our comrnorcial l prosperity.. .Oafajjem, dtftcud thr *k .
a1 dated the Hth in. t. containing the Annthtr, Iftillant Aj1ii'r (Jlarer Jatr.-On the import, and on them the rever ic.of the counU)', ,'\ bat a :Ibeaulilul tun! .23.-UriMurt.a: : : rUU.Nl'w.Ytttkwith.DIt. .. 7'
.t.. iuteligebce : 25th August a part H' hostile.Indians. was di.. with its commerce'and navigation. How then beeinaster:>u>d )'el'it' a f flm"t. }f. sorteJecLt'f0t1i4qi( ) Hoi.1' % honionii&. AJ .. J'll'oI'\. t.
; covered near I'mdertown on their \jy to Florida. stands th" export of domestic products tke-tro tfrpillarllf.! T >: ;. 'f lison. K:IJ)aulC > IlanJrn, It K '1 at lor. Labu ..
II; :tlltl'St: inttlieiicc-Army movement' &e. A romt'iiny' ot M men was speedily tai'ed and porn'J.32 and '35 t the year preceding the aetion The friend bertnastrr *mushigy I replied,! : sae AStton: Falcoiiar &'Kunbrui b'R K< fcutt, \ 1 1I I ,' 1 'f't i

IJ ?Uajor Pier with all the rtfrctivc force from in two ditiMuns. one under Mr. JAMF: UAY and III' the :tati* and the last year, with an interval cf 'I) thought o tt friends ol! the bees had: orJ- A.M.FaJcoii.irAC:
$ Au!'u-tin. left Black Crock on Saturday '\'.. the other under Mr. SPCNCFR Ouvrn, commenced, only three years between That of '32 in round hearts ) hives, and cvrrlcokrd the muuincence Brig KelMrtUrncr, Morrll New York, ., .Aft ''I f .
"'iiCan.pir.R, ; that tlilZttt rat Bull Creek, the pursuit. The trails Were artfully scattered and numbers amounted t) 863.000.000, and thai of'33 kf 'o ajsx>t'.r! canto: -to Ncuie A. 'lrcd: ,, Ii It Tavlrr .' ,

I.tI.t liareyV Forty, ( II .i.. way to Ncwnansvillr.force ; dim, but the Indun: were ferretteil' (ut, and the hid increased; iu this fhcrt'pcrio.S to $101,000,009. 'J'ricnd latW.I' 3nswl'ttf the beernasler, 'I do net love & Co. Falcmiar A. Kim'jrxu. Haymtnd 6.. Allison I jr .i '",

. with him binountult.) .1 littl-' upwards j urjui.g: patty came: upon! them in Irwm county, But whit it mere striking still, of the sittj-thtec the bee fron selfishness, nor frm the advantage I Wood, Mcrs & hero itichards, Wuod A. '.* t.C'1 t. f.
.'. o hundred men. A train of wagons went on in an i'ren piny '\'l' d. They charged, Irately, } rialhons in '31.i :,. as near as ran: te ascertained: the rive trom them; .-uch debating motive contract Ii' lot "
..., r hi; e l'ort. Wr ate tolJ that Major I'. i iiiiiieJ is I on the Indians drawn up in a LilA Thobittlelas- deports from the staple States, I mean that: portion the fleart and lo\vrr the tnikr'standing.but; an iuti- ichr.Henry Lee, Norton New-York. with oa ', L ;: :
' to try another bIIII.ith the Indians ted thenty minutes. F.igl.tctn: ) Indi.ln'r( "laid growing cotton rice,and tobicco, ainf untc J to forty ' atuin.with nature the-of. assorted carftc-to .Novrscvl I'tock--I lilt! l Ta>lcf, .t < : .
1t t ( that too speedily. May the GUll cf buttles. low in di-ath." To Ih.d't that sevi-n of Ham were millions cf dollars, and that from the rest of the mae rfctiQS and renders us susceptible expands of : brau- t J llardrn, K.i\mcnj A Allncn, A T Hornet. !J' ":

jJr It him success.: sLuass \\'iL'I a source uf, great regret. 1'iiioa about twenty-three millions: while in *3J, impression.' ft1 21.-J te-imt-r llypfnon) Inikrr. Columbus and I. t J .:

t.p. 'I apt.:Walker, from Na sajii county, lefC thise the former amounted to about twrutv-cne millions, till yet,'.coi.tinued his friend, ,lhe .most brilliant F ot Mitchell, with troop i Iud 'tlb'l t truer. If. \, I 3
Tuesday morning with sixteen men, to join FROM <".M .--4} the Mail jchoonor showing that the Southern exports bad doubled iu butterfly be : with tie industrious Steamer MiucuacoJ, Fort Mitel!!, with I i
f'a liemainder of hn company at IVewnaiuvillo. Hope, Capt. Walker, anived at this port last eves this short period while that ot the rest of the Union (3110 b"t.' way' ) (compared troops and "nci!. \ lf" .

f'J' ;,, fhe two companies of militia (whose time of Ding, we are indebted tour correspondent there had rather (alien off.: I doubt if tMce be uy The beeinater tururil! to the ? hh'*, Steamer A/llJIl'alho n. Giari: Columbus ant !; t\\
.J' rice expires in a few day*).aud the one of Heirs for the following account of Shipwrecks. The thiug on the record of history to be compared to and said to the ) man: 'Look I you have hcrr Fort Mitchell, with troos am) -utr.i.lrnrr.CLKARKIi ,' 'J :1 "
, Ft. OillilanJ joined with\ the men just Island coutiaucs hciithv.RKYWKST. extraordinary commercial .'To double .tunj '
at ; growth. of '; ol the soul contracted and SINCH I At'CJt'ST M. I 1
. e on with Major Pierce, will we hope, be able ) : August :HO. in three years, and that not compared with a disastrous tb Jcturt forever: str in worldly pursuits.

I [save Newnansville: from the Indi.ia. Thatc The British barque Eleanor, Capt. Davidson year, for that of '32 was A year of prosperity Yonder it the emblem of'il11' disembodied spirit, Ship Matilda, Matthews, Mibilo.Schr. 1IVrbrijj 'f '
Levin JoiiPi Noir $t. Mark's.Schr. .
! ha boon threatenetl and! will probably be compared with those which preceded it To in. I t 'f I
from New-Orleans bourn Liverpool, got ashoreon roaming in -exulting in its earthly emancipation. Orleans Si-oman Ht.Jj h. "
I I'I eked, or the roads leading to it so beset, the Tortiujus ShuaU on the 2i July, with a crra-e more in three years than in the preceding Therefore was U, that the rnins of antiquity Schr. Tahiti, Mfrr he\, Mobile.r> ,I

,, it communication except under strong escorts, cargo cf 1'jf'ii' ; bales rf rttton, tuck assistance from fort-fiv,. going back to the commencement of the ,adorned the ideal spirit with the wilt!of abutterfly. Sloop Henry, Grime) Ar .-Ycrk. I ,11 "'

|l be interdicted.Mr. : the w reck rs-\e.isel aiA 1 cargo sa\ed. The court government; and as much as through' the previous .' _.. Sloop Two Urcthrrs, 'nerd St. JcsrpL. 4 ,
Charles Dell, who left Ncwnansv! on period from the first settlement''' ? the r .
decreed for salvage 3J} ptr CIIt.-th mirage country 'And how beautifully: true.wixs tt emblem, ei- _
unUy last, states that for some time the Indii vas paid in kind. Thive srl not being jieawor- I Making every allowance that fairly can be claimed the youth ; ali !I.why Cul not nature T -- 4
i have been in the immediate neighborhood of Thy was sold by the Vi K. Marshal on the-rth made for other causes; the central nosperitv of unite the ii-clul with ASSJxcaus.: : 'r.I f

> Kurt. It seems that they made their head with her rigging, and brought S253S Cl, the world; favorable commercial vibration, and Tlir bmnfrttor ,.$l"with !touch of tU plonurc ;- Roit.. Bruce frori New York. Mest. ',
rtrrs at fan Falasco (Col. Sanchez': plantation) gross. The 'c'Jc." targn of Cotton has others, if there be others, yet this result it too great -' Must the spiritual, the ideal be t'rttrrnt to P Joiirnrvifo :and C childirn. J Hehau! ,nt.i1 "'I'r.: .

[four miles from Newnansville, and collecting been reshipped to Livtpool. l' 3 bale were sulti to be attributed to them. Nothing but a burden the earth, and purer part be debased to worldly S Lee and wifr J A (:int.t: J >\ halo, T 1II.nLlI.; 3

!Ie, penned them there for a night, and then an the 15th Au;. to defray the expenses, and taken off; commercial shackles removed; toll gates purpose-. ? Truly that would vilify its divine' na. K: Uurdsall. J Ur-oto J C UnnKall, J I'lrr1., W f

BVC them utf towards Hogtown prairie. The lain. brought from 4 U-lu'f' Is.Dl 8, Sj), VI and 11 13.16 taken down; and freedom restored to our commerce ture.' _. CoinptoD J Uoini;. A (;(ling, A Lnwton. J Moinon. j, 'f
;; on Tuesday night ot last week, tame with. ct.l'l'r lb. and exchanges with the world, can adequately Oilz'p, D Url klll. I' Cn" > in, \\ Kilcy.: Collins.U 4
((150 yards ofthe Fort and stripped a slip of bark The American brie Natches, Capt. Tyler, from account fur a prosperity so great and sudden EtaptofSanta Anna /-The New York Commercial C Corkc, III'.rtI.!: S J llcpi-iiig. Patrick, and '
km a tree made some marks: which were inter- New-York bound toMobile, got ashore on the- ,corresponding as does with the great changes Advertiser say. that a letter wa received \V Htoy. .

ted by those skilled in Seminole hieroclyphirk.s day ofcargo of Pry Goods, &c. vessel lost of our commercial code, and the predictions of in that city from a hiry respectable source, dated PerbrL' MartJa! -Ji'hnYntr's<, Noah Vrntrf5\ I
,. ( signify that 150 Indians were present at that eorgo saved and brokht to this port and was sold those who effected it. < .f ...' New Orleans/ leh which contained tb and Mr. '')
('C. It is impossible to say what force the in- on the 5th Aug. by Jhe U. S. Marshal. If we return from the exports to the imports we intelligence that Santa bad effected his Per Steamer Lr Flow from Columbu-) G ,t

,, .l Is have, but cneough to overrun Florida unq Net amount paid Into Court, $23,954 81 shall find as might be anticipated a corresponding cape from the Texians. We have ben anticipating Birtlett, lady, children and orvant 4, Mr*. F. t'ai. JI If 1/ .,. I

assistance soon comes. Amount decree /or Salvage, increase. The imports for consumption in the such information r(some time, its truth trr, Mhs N Bartlett, Mr. harris lady chili! slid .
'j4: f The women and children at Newuansvillc must'Affer The Am. law Vanklin, Capt. Sylvester, from year '33, that is the imports .after deducting the will not at allure us. However, Houston_ will I aervant. Mr. II M Neil and My, W li Hhri par ( '.
incredible hardships, at night shut up in the Apalachi"Ia-fF ) bound to New-York got a- rc-shipuieats, amounted to 80,000.000 dollars in be on bis le i a few days, l u Tyrant Q W Forrc) t, E Kiulebrndl'r.! oh! onand, Wise ,
'. arI 'p.n.,1. .. npprtv nnrl sick. The day is snent shore of June of round numbers and that of*35 The must expect to unpunished. '
---- -- on the 20th iy cargo Dry Goods to 129,000,000. D g .
;i:* the tents pitched'arouiid the Fort.: Weare'tiat and Cotton. The rssel was given to the wreckers, duties levied on the former, if my memory serves "- T OCO1'TON PLANTCRS.-Thf sMbsenber ba
I the number i is near three hundred. and after taking oil some cargo, the vessel was got me, was upwards of 35,000,600. (I speak of the Al'ALAClIICOLA I removed M this place for tho purjosp of c rryiufi f
I : At Black Creek, the people from Alaehua, who [ on the Uoiion Out fliakuiK: biL in "a off; anchored iusir the reef, and one of the wreck gross revenue from the import, jncIv4pg'the expense Price Carry J83O.Artitlft. ;
that for security and are encamped "olt.1 in in-itnric, MS well known itiiidn as I .
place ,
pmght but in the of collection and :
sides of the Creek for some distance along remained uloKsiilej; night it commenced some other charges that do jnui.Booi'co workman, "u bP| yr'ar iioa.&nd au,oiion an 'e,' i. fl ,
: "nboth blowing Ju> wrecker was obliged to haul not come on the Treasury,) while that of 35.may Kentucky......pryd 31 i 35Bsui department of tltn work,' and from hit proiniwi to the '. ''
k be road are suffering greatly from sickness.uch off; and at day lilt the mate who was the only officer be put down at 22,000,000. You will ask tww Scotch. .. ... .... ...pryd I !U a. . public 10 turn out work superior. every respect(! to any .'.1)
:. are their exposures to the weather, their want on board, (til Captain being ick and on boardof happens it, that BO small a sum in the latter was ROM, ... lb l2a| U cone! In tlir.Union, be ciii'ri to p.ttroiiizcd. AU Jusmauruls ,1
t f almost every comfort of life, that the preserv:1hlon one of the WI ker8.) got the vessel underweight, collected on so large an amount of imports! whenin BACON, Kfatlck.. .. ... .pr tb 1C a IHI| will li of the Lest tjH.iUtv" -stn-l sans, -irfj.bre .' I l 'J
of their healths i is a thing impo sible. The and cleared for te north. The cargo saved, with the former so-large a sum was collected on Sides .. .... ... lb II n.. .. : 'iin.:, and hthly| hnrJcU": ) Tln cyhndi-rji of tie j
aeaslcs aud the whooping caugh still prevail among the arfvcd here. Cargo was sold by the comparatively so small. The commercial returns Shoulders. .. .. .... II Vi' a. . pi un or clic.p K'tn will run ')JI vnnipositiou tonv.warranted f 1
:.tI1em. flue, Mess..... ... ... .pr . ( duribli' ,) ati4 every possible plan; 4&t pni&i
Marshal/ the 23d of will In
U. S. / July, and brought explain. 32, out of 80,000,000 of lb..a..
i These epidemics in addition to the fevers con- imports Prime .. ... .. I.k 'n to Riurd the work ng.iifet wearuigorgrltingout I f
?# their those uufortu- net, : : / : : : : $2383 13 but ((4,5000,000 in round numbers were free of duty, BREAD Pilot.. . . .. .pr lb 9a. of order bjr use. The priors ire as follo i'f'-trn mrh ;I
i fequcatou exposures, place" Salvage dected by the Court, 1441 while in ';35 out of 129 000,000. sixty nVe millions Bum. Oosken ... .. .prlb 31! a :3JWestern. I di3raei JI..S. cylL'ndersutIbQslng' : ud to clean I'JOl ,
i Sate people in "extremis rebut. It is said two- The liritisl/>rig Integrity, Captain Lamb, from were free of duty, rather more than half. This, ... .... .. .pr . Ibs. clean cotton the diy, S3 t C.;, per aaw for 40 saws i
.\lhirds ot them are now sick.-What must be their Campeachy Mind to Cork (Ireland) got ahote on with the reduction of duties on protected articles CtNDiu Spt' lb..a.. . I'm Weh raws: c)I'-ii.liTS riiuniiyr ton UredS late iJIr. ,, ,

; jutli.rings !houseless, homeless, lying upon the Quicksands, (1 or ahout the 2fd? Aug..cargo of already effected by the comprouuse act explains Tallow. ... .. . pr lb . .a. . ptovud friction .li<- I l'l l n, jfl M, 14 incb'diamrur.iws i.I I
';wound exposed to the noonday heat the damps Lo wood./ vssel and cargo saved by the wreckers the dirtereuce. It the act of 1828 had remained CHEWS, Northern . .. .. .prlb 10 a 11 on fcQiiii,, 40 ....'S (with 'pood tf'ur.) tl) elecb ,
\ijjnd dews of night, and the storms heaven, des4flUute and brotwt into this port. This case is not de unmodified, the revenue on the imports of '35 instead Corrcc. hltrana.'r lb it' a IGRin 1000 to 9000) Ibj niC' route at! I&\., i>er siw; ; 14 iurhsa ,:
.> of every thing even of medical aid, (except cided. 1 '' of million would have not . . . .. .prlb II a .It' .'s on the frictiori' whl'rll.hll.| flO M |I.r saw. The
'.hat is rendered by the surgeon of the Post) sick, : twenty-two bct'l FISH, Mackerel No. I. . .pr Ibl 10 50 a.. adVhiiUij'c of the: friction uhecl, ) (nr pulleys) in myre
The I3rjih ship DonithyiPorter Til- short of sixty millions and the share that would ,
: Capt.Ja ...". ." .a. .pr tb! 9 60 a. : it, saving otu-" third of the draft or going; l-ou'er, 1 j J
p4 lying Icy from/umaica bound to London, cargo of RUIhand have fallen on our portion of the foreign exchanges .. .... ." ..3:,. . it 1| 4. and cotnpli-i'-ly jin-v'-iitiin' nil cluiitc. of %Irat. sue wear.' ii .
t Mr. PINCKSTOM,of this place who returned last Su Coffee &1'. &!. ashore ths Reef estimated as I have stated ei4itymillions Wtll".. . onol.l !
# "got ou > our at Herrings .. .. "I'r| | .C All kind ot' irw.uii.i; &M- tuis in a careful .
f;..!riday from St. Augustine on the Kings road, on i the *h day of August, vessel bilged, cargo would not have been fps; .thirty- w r'i.u&n- _._ XJ.u.....Lft...._.. .. ... .nr... .)- '-,-) A- 111Western ... ra.umcr. I IAI" .I :
iJ'.hich has beeu abandoned of late by travellers on nearly rf saved-case not decided. \e< el and seven millions instead of thirteen, which be t .. . . ,;'r bbl),. H M II M 75 Lathe IrI.'illt) rcntri") fnmi'l' superior
t of the presence of the Indians in its nei hrbood material sold on the U'th' August. estimated as the sum collected on our share may the On UN, Com . .. .pr bus!l. I a. .: workman sliii &n,1 I cortMructiou Item's l.iie invrntedoginc '
,,.)( states that be observed in Twelve Mile foreign last The difference GONPOWDCT..V ... . -., .-fr ke ; C 50 a 7prlObrb .:lfri"eiibt4! thn'irrlllllll and Tooth Cutting : .'
Ii II I ') "wainp, Indians signs. 1 shows exchanges tb yer. IIAt', .. ... .. .. a-r Att60.tirlb .ml, nil other (ivn.rki'rs Tools, made tu ontc-! ,
i The uneasiness of his horse, pricked up his ears Annpl amount of Pnstagis.-We have re- tion of the tariff of '2a, .uu t us account>-Deduc no 0.s. ; . ., .... 1 Ca <5 Also, -'lVU' JU.fir.k'l iclc.miih in emiK|, y, Mill I I .'I '
cciveilroiii a friend in Washington a of the 'I .. .. .,. lb of brst
his head and snutuiig induced him to ropy L'"D. .01. .pr IT N mThomutcn |it>n ,'Judwon.s : ; Itoiuip comjMMimn I :
of the amount of which accruedat smal decree our present unexampled prosper .. . 3 5Ji 2 lIId Iron ,
stateioiit W
postage t.n.u. pr blll{ a : any r' he other-
the road than
3\Iook more particularly at thoeveral offices of the United States in the iy. I do not claim the whole of this reduction as MOLASSES New OrJl'U1S. .. < .. .pr gal 4ia: 40 dotie.. Specimens of tj<* nbuvo work and! ul-o a new i 1" '
,1fv.'i': :.examination found that one track was mule by the crwjit year all the offices was $.'' 'lI't21. Of this reduction had been made by rreviou* act;I but *Bmi: .. .. ..'. . ..prydl) 9 it 10 may ryXi'cmna" i fi-w ,",,'k--. nt thrir Cotton Gill m.iov 1 1''i'i
,'-.Jb.ire-foot he judged! of a negro. Near was anoth- accrued, in the- more than two-thirds of the whole .reduction may Pan. Mess..r. bbl/!Vi a. i'.irton'; comet of Si. 'blrIn.1: ()vls'rhuirpi, street', ,
State of New-
jftrr track made by a moccasin. They were fresh, am j.t, 115.870 fairly be attributed io our exertions..Ia the meantime Irilu(. . .. ... . .pr bbljSI, a. u'licrr,, //ieiid: made since shower of rain which fella few York gai: iy? in Pennsylvania! ; 171.301( inMaichusetts I the compromise act is taking off Prrpiii..I: lb| I3|/, .. worlt,; put up with car fo tfo hv the road or nvir.TI1MPLF.TON 'II'IIan,1
.'(f hour Not liking the Heightors \vhicli ; 61 HIi'i Vinriniaj; 114,2.51 in I radU1y. the Rust**. . .. . .pr 325a I : KKIII .
'. previous.!be in the of thlt Mr. Ohk SG.17S in Gcorsia ; S 5.!lft in Maryland ; the remaining protective Ind 'i by RICE .. .. .. :. .. .p-boll! 4a & CIIJumhu, July U-tf I'or the : 1
likely to vicinity place, 1813 the whole if the act l
remove undisturbed
f jwere Sti l 12 iu South-Carolina ; $oO,012; in Louisiana ; year lel Srinrni UrarMy, COIn: I 50 a 3 I
1 his horse and proceeded ou cam m S.'tf'ilin Alabama; Sr 7.2SI in Kentucky, and by which time from ten to mil Amt'r.rI. .. .. \\.111\ 00 a ".'> A Nt'W linpn.vnl Fatrqtfor IUKht
,\1 unmolested. 509 in Connecticut ; in Maine S17,\2!' ; Verlivi lions annually, in addition to the prefect reduction, L IM, Uolland..r JI137 a I 41)DornciUc .
On Sun.tIr.. Ferric, of this place came the .; 85,1517 New-Hampshire S2 ,32! and will be taken off. . . .pr gal &l a 50RVM Sulr.KY .
;<:, Fame road from St. Augustine.-He reports that a Kilo' Maud! 810,703.; ) The result, fellow citizens on the whole is, Jaraaie.1 .. . gal!/ IIO a 2g.I virtue 1 of I.'!'tvri' J'jl'jitto ml' printed on th?
>'.".* blue camlet cluak, which he observed, when he which accrued that reduction my of ,anual1 in the Domestic . .. .. . .pr 60 a ::1WIU"Ku.Kcnlllcky..prglI 1 Jili? itay "t M.iv.lti' fur my miprovrinent; thfCIHIULIII _ _
fee largest amount at one a $37,000,000 'r I otfT II" the ,
any HAW MILL: liow kit !: right by ;
J went in some days previous iu company with far from sev- (,|., was at Nfw.YI1rk-\'iz: S; 03Oj7., ( At Phi- inpots has already been effected, being luerelytwo.thids uhcli . .. srlltO: Ma a 1Sfom 65Moncin ) intiiu? nr by "the ;,irnl;' null, for the Ktutf uf Ueurna 't 1
i;'j oral other gentlemen, hanging not in very the of I jlphia the amount was S121lf ; Boston 78..1J .- of the whole ; and that in the next oil New OrJoaus .. lb/ l'H the road the limb of edge
? on a tree just ; Baltimore S5'.iISl ; New-Orleans S53.312; years from ten to twelve million. more will be taken Loaf .. . . .pr 'lb 17 a !3 si'ii'liin| us constructi'di thru bring utile' nvaehmrry I'' 1'
.j Twelve Mile Swamp, had been spread in the road, I ()rle-ton 33.751 ; Cmeinnnti 21.031 ; Ki,-h- off under the compromise ar when only P.rto) Kico .. . .pr lb Ha ilwiit U. iibl cri;< ,be built"' by tiny, tooAutirkntin. ont .
at whtch his horse taking fright threw him, but 1,1 .jOi.22 ; M"bilc SI ,2J I j Albany 17li 1 If; ; about one-sixth of those of *23 remain.OOEVIWO SALT. .. . . .. .J.r]> TJie e,vi of Ih mill!! will IWT eicredrr : fG
't k with no very serious injury. It i is net known how: ,'aiinah $17,15' ritt'iburgh $16.17 ; Auiiista fotf. . . .. bush..a.. 9SHOT ,?7iW I) : and indi 'd, fl.! ai-'u J l co"t, or "ibra"Y"/llIir.' J
3 1 the cloak came there,nor whose it is. We have'. 1'i33 Iouivihl.;! $131,, 1Iarrisbun SI2.7jJ'hlel1ce . .. .. . .pr, 1; a t 8 5i) ol 1 tdbiiilionpof' I I iLi'WRuJli. wuh/i/ w.l: many: pica
", heard that from Mandarin .I i ; ; . . . uilln'jl. iinicb r.ree4tl :,it ol tic cotlrb m.ielune'now I
gentleman going to. and Nrw I1av j. OaotRs AN AtrrntMTic lb TLL9.. .;pr I 1'JTt ..1 .
\ $11,253, n $10,730.ITheiie nt.-- iu u i- in this;,fur whon tie(Innr.r ran have mach
fet Augustine via said swamp, has nut iititw been *, tircia.. .. \>T l Ibj l I' A I tOet .T. .
sums rtbrJ something of a test of the Many years ago, there liveain we>I.Pelr'rl. 1l'A-k. . ... .. ib! .uhi-ur>rk.Utt.iivKi'UiM'! aer.rjn, ,iiLichmi) l.e can.
!? heard of but do not give much credit to the re pr | '
imperative amount of business at the repectiveLies. VII General -, a wO y. Wgsrs Madeira . "JT, gal 2 5O q 4 il',ohavfrn'iehof ihrf Vnrlr Ame-m ViilJitijr orii'cf.tlicv ,
: The at of the I who done the State some He ) mills arid't.."L uvc the ,: "in-of ooinu( two.,
port.Mr. receipts some principal ba srie uuteJwith Mtlaga.. . .. ... .prgal| CO a. pnvtin .
Ferris states that on the road between 12 iwns in Massachusetts after Boston, were as I th courage and chivalry a. Claret .. .. .. .pr boll I .5 or bandied duljurii. It ir b'-fu'vcd that one gout t
Mile Swamp and Derbin Bridge he saw plenty of hlows : New-Bedford! $'J,,*'.) ; Salem 55,2iL'i; impetuous and positive which brooked 10C'ontradiction Tteerilff. .. .. .....per frill I a, ilnii! ;ht torsVi ;ill sLw 'the riN'-'cf a fto'isand' feet of' I
fresh Indian signs. From the appearance he Lowell 5l,OUO ; Newbmyport' $2,733 ; Worcester of his telpr ouobtdieuee his OIL, Winter .. ... ... per gal'', I CSu 1 30 timber in a d.iy ; ot tiny rate the inventor of this in. ,
should judge that eight or ten Indians stopped in Springfield S-'JOO ; Nuntucket S .019 ;i.orthamptull i order.s. Ploughing one day on his faro, one o the Sumrarr .... .. ... .per aI''ta 1 l-'tl, dr'd rfv"l1l'1ll fret will I wnranll..o liori<*<.,to, rut twelve bun. ,
2,291 '
; gII/1/ in' the day utv\\ thr.' hi. lofrtnud the laboras
the road fur some little time, as there was one place Sl.W1 S1.C31; Ch'irleptown; hortes became restive and intractable whereupon Tbscco TViit.. ... .. .. .pr JO I
; Lynn ; well nr bftu-nlr.n 'hey d"iu picking of eottoo In
much trodden with moccasin tracks. He Cavt'udc.b .... ... .r lb '"i a 37| I areisontibk 1
very up ; II
the Cincmnatus him
il,525 ; Andiwer S1.513 ; PiU.lifld loIlil ; Tauii- testy struck so violently upon lb' lime here will bf a model made and kept in
brand. So
trail j
saw distinctly where they left the road. The Cambrid 1.260 FsIl, River 1 the head that the animal fell lifeless 'athis J'r. a Cdunibiu% whero it bu *
south on S 1:112: ; S ; S l,222;, fet.I _iniy. tn_____ I _
turned oil the road: at his left and proceeded llmherst 1,080 ; Aavtrhill: Sl/J-'O, and I 01 seeing a favorite steed, lately fl of life --- --- --"--- --- -- W. U. McGiil;, Pateutcc.A 2' f *
lie saw no Indians nor was he mulcted. \.'Sl.OOU. 1'lymnouths spirit, stretched ou the grd w*% an Cautionary Notice. July '
It is a matter of no little surprise that no one ha The in Portland $ O71 Bangru, to and hs re. ctJ i iadufcted the subscriber for l'
r receipts were ; regret self-reproach persons to contract'i ,* of a New York UholeMle Good t I
4 yet, to our certain knowledge, been cut otT b1][85,955 ; Augusta S1.M57. aud Hallowell S1.C25 i iI I thing better to be done, he disengapd the harness ALL with him or other debts du' him at A|>alachKoli Htore op neil .t A| loehleolaTV1IIK Dry. p
\ \ these Indian prowling between tbi place & AIUtine [in Portsmouth 81,725 ; Dover 51.720 ; Coucnrdi and weut to hu house. lie cent for a fellow who or St. Joseph are hereby cautioned fbi to jay any 'l
. ; Indians uo doubt, for so th-y tuld car _I of said dcmarvh 10 other wdnti-vcr u ithout a : silb'icnbrr hiving formr't a copartnership:
i i Sl.lilO and Dunstable 1,021.: at Moutpelicr el,- did odd jobs about the neighborhood to go nato the any \raa with the Jubbuii Haute of M, JurwiN A ,
red have: seen whites :lug and rep special order from him M there is noMli.r 'i'ron uniLorued Co.
pas &
negroes e\i 121 ; Burlington $937, and Middlrtury 'Ill! : at field, where he would Had the harM, and "kt him III" New York who an: paving their whole' atu-ntira to (the
and from those roads. They are to recdve cr receipt for MIHIHII
; ou
lJf0 at Hartford SWB1 MiddIet'n$2.54.fl torthwith und take his hide to the tuner's.What ,
Newport S3,1G7 : ; C. ASUTOt.Qunincy. vUction und imjiortjiirjj of(tuofv, and also from 1M
s&i; days, in the vicinity and have yrobat'i'tant ) Norwich city Sl.l'CO New-London SI.- I tact of their rtrucnt brinboth and .
.".- till which : ; ; Hon dead mquiiadlbe man. August 19 lb3C.NOTICI. ov fancy staple, direct
iavu-w IS ,
object P
jlO, and Bridgeport 61,110: at Rochesier 39,610; froiu'other importen manufacturers, and auction
pick t9IipiIseu otftbo.e; "" vages deem it impolitic I Utica S ,61 ; Trov S1.,42 ; Auburn S3,7f,3vfe. I Dead or wts that.you1 bsioell 1' exclaimed
uutivwuu. .., who are hardy rnoughf S3,11DroCklYD 53,070 ; Lcckport S3.03S the d eMbl Ylence; Mat as.low II pric for cash or approved credit U they ?
n hn. neva ; ; .
".i ".I.h .IT..I I do I bid ; I
; and
fael' I ._ s I
\ P\'I'rv -- Q'l i-iJ' O O ) t Q Bod 11h l'4l go you, & 4utiot. could aatuaUy f'ul'ha.u: thru iheirueleett iu New York
a siitcert.rr hii received schr. T 'lma,
Citize4f $2. 73 : City ot W astunJtClrl (17"; ,'Ieunllna The man accordingly >- tKe business. THE juil pur .I1v.
iallant affair and creditable to th* York, full' of rJKOCKKICS
and after considerable ( I New- a supply Persons Ooo'1'and ,
SI.3T CJeorgftowu $3.503 Norfolk tim pay. winhirvr not having time toaud tf1t114 '
LoirnJa County, Georgia.-OUT IIi -t pa Wheeling; 7,353j ; Ictehbur; $7 j 1 Well, Jake, wha doyou rttU/ a. i uf every dc .eriMiou, which 'lie own low for c-i hJOILN w-leci thrro,by -ndjne their ord.'rs with reference, 1t
bring? us an account ot a buttle with the lud* I T MYKICX2cjt. t
[ 85,711.Daily ..Ideo.Cf Why, only quarters, Gmril'(t' U-I lOtf can be supplied| thr aarne *i if prrreut. Merebaob aMo'Urjwho
Lowudes county.A Three devils Ill not pay it. have f/rnurlv purch4Md their food iu l
party lodians were discovered passing t' 1 But bit Chllr'o., .Nt otlnr wiithurn eitick, are
Gineral rl'specttbl11
it consider if
stop I Auction \oU.
said eounty. About forty of the citizens coll*' 'I; Tt *7V.-la a email town in Vermont, ing my trouble.1 I don't i'l ab tkiouiag <;. iuvlI..d to call arid eiaruiuc the anortnvnt hieb u jj t
together and commenced pursuit. They fol thc-re returned few veeks since al i fiWriterh vwitbefnaM.Ji'ntedfor ; IJCtirntrr their defrmioatiou 11 keep eomplote at all seasons cf .;
a a T
young man, a but then such a work I had to ( d this band of hostile Creeks to the Ala a native of the place, who had been tb.sent for about .'Ire and furies J lake !-catch him! vas Ito the stljim of tMte.Goodi.l Want. .fir.. Sut.Libvru having made fie above nrrineerrieats for the
Swamp, & through the Spamp encamping n ten years, having resided in Georgia, where he had neT alive 7' advances made oo all roBstpniw ntj prrup'irpoieof T-ipf.lv1n II.t market with .a.
night came on, and continuing the pursuit till I' accumulated considerable property, about ten thousand Aye, Cincra!, alive and kicking ; and a pretty) L. b CIIITTJS JN.! Aucfr.ApalaelkieoU the above terms, th<%nljf nter kat-s tu meet roods with ca 1.
night of the second day. when they came neai e dollars of which were invested in slave. hot chase I had to give him round field, March 10. horlll share of (iUro"lgc. a

amp of the Indians. The force of the white n- Shortly after his return Le was seized with a tever, I got_a chance to knock him do wo. tA_ March 10 L. S. CIU1'TtiDE. !
creased to about eighty men. The Indians d and on August lot died, without family, and of, you kill MADE.CLOTHINa for summer \lr. I
the pursuit of the white plundered :und bur tae course his property went to his brothers and sisters 'Wb. ea acl. ,O READY: by skip Georgian, from our ra nufictory N flTICi.TLe lIu.It'ficnedlTnc.t"oflhc! 1 Pt'Iba \
house of a Mr. \Vnv Parker, taking everyof three of whum were members ot the Abolition Yes ud't\'e skb wIt ra. in New York, some splendid articles, and- for cola, Land Company and Agent of (he Prnueou
s 0 CI n hm a\'c sate! low for cash by Auoclatica, hen by gives notice, that be will fee
value other
; among things 25 pounds paler" foeity-and one of them i i. prhitirnt of the soci. pvllt'd for com-
;.) bars l lead, ISO weight shot :and $3CH in rihey ety. When called upon to know what thy intended 4 Yo, diaWa YaD-I'Ukl, May 4 WM. A. OAKFORD'4 CO. proceed iu the of the Mid of Company'. prop .. .

On the morning of the third day, July 23,'ese to do with the slaves, it being intimated that retreat ; 0., cre4 I. r ; agin tre4ttAiag on the lands prosecution of the Mid Company any individual m .
spirited and peuevering came upiitheTnjlians might show their the president OTICE Duria* a,absence from tins Territory any
pursuers they now consistency, killing yo hone, though it bl- if iN manner whatever, by winch injury may r..11I. The
not many miles from Gaskin's FeponItt of the society replied, that the I laws ci the you'd me..Beaidea.. you law, '* ways obey C>W. Htmttl. ttuapwa, i> .y autbonxl A!"III. euuiny down or reiwviutf any kprcie of umber free 'p,

Alupaha. The attack was irruistib1e. he state were so oppressive to free blacks,that it wouldbe military order.1 May 21 A. ROOEKH. the said Itndv in especially fortidden. _._ _ ,_ _ _
fndiaas: soon threw dlwotheir plunder,theifus, a mercy to tell Vm to some kind master, who ... Tb Uod* lieU by the utd Companics.eatrndfroQ
county warriors were on the bank, and maf an should give bonds, tl t/j ni7i should never I Ckolera iChrteHoiC' elh fJ &tab o/PeltaeoU. al tfpaJMII' Wilt e| Bayou B Tx r aa4 uCol KOBE'S tract ; they estrai
Indiia's arm was unnerved by their shots :aoney be in thu ont 1Of3s.iobsrautie4onLh.6rstof4ove,*- from youTexartothe River nirarabi*,on 4k..>! 4 1
lifeless down the But separated. _ lh, .ter Dr. JeILD'fJorric.lhe Pren**!, will ...dllnD of|_.BMU'wt lVr be vn '!& V Ibe vicinity of the
were wcpt current. Indian mild
IR. a rery I Y. : *, two wounded reached the opposite hit.- DCITII cr RoTHgcmw-The London and that inch doartMlheij
eae. of the Baak. KICIIARD &ATLIN, rie<;I'. 1..acI.lbt'Y' : II tb. Blab'' Koad.pad & -
The property of Mr. Parker was recovered.Fhe Times cf Monday, ht August i ays-We were p illy confined t th colored pqpdation, aad intemperate May It CoMtr a4 .Agent. elude the Ira,| called Bttl'i met,two mti* from town ;
bind couuined from SO to 25 Indians and t su I informed list night that an express "as received white pOD; and arefcaiolf t b ab tb.y embrace the tram called tfclmoni' eoibracmg tto
-:cupe.. .'kRIng them was, as is a'ppoo1 rora uted to imprnpar two Foru.
his mpeiiou! and dress a whi'! mal He I ia town, from Frankfort, conveying aa aceouut of icul remain arm at their posts t9 Ti Lithographic Waip After ibis) ootie.|
S reached not the oproit biaV. HP tank < th2i1t .he dr-ith 'jf !bi iiia:.ttt cj:i!::Jist, ?!r. RTII" atie.ritej: that the dUJ' il!cot n"rnkIES' PL'KCHAHU ia MlMkt Pond tirotecvd! to ibe unw,"f"1 '(IPA1 I'?. I ( ,:

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I \ Vi-IT 70 K'.IPAP.TE U. l'J 1 JA tf)!. A. MOST WPAfvir.CtS LVE.MVe Ii i id 1t'' I CI." .. : F')!H 'I IlL H'.AR: j.n I.- ft

: lit' tht (11'f )IB!' vpdo; mar* ' tif ': r. /"" &''IfI '\' / '. '
J i siiru ?!* f.vt th* m"b"! t)f Nk.ji"U"tl.a trif n y
.1 ti>Mti ati til/1)) (If iDtrfsi tQ ui'curti" *** t to k.t.'t.1 line l""ii ilL UuU! to m-t 1' tiepp' ufi.Ktitc. I I DtAA '. 't ; 1n .. W.\RIlI: A K. .\Ltlfj' ;JI)
Irat J IT 1 <(.w imitDVLtK.. I'V JTW' lltlLC fUlIl. II) thati' MA11U-A brwp. Cmitid.e .
$ '' ,' fuii. Dunne tbe lutiTrsx 7 bis tnonutir rUt btJ jia, .l fire o'ch:L the .---. --= Vi''H\ 1r.'Tl\G L.'J ettfel L :. rit'

t \ erf hrr frirft-jicF. Maclao? Lutia Ltd loUr) 1.1'1 klIt vbi'b 4''j'' .. l.;w .u tbe Natt Varti attn 1'UETR. ." AL P. ''J.LA't., V W a G lUtey Porter, Aller.J H.da AJ ; ,

1 ttt.kjn. > tLmil Pii tltiut J\t-' catur inv ]BJBI Glr.C'I"ttr.. { .1.
tttr.. j-Ji: I ute vf Jpt'LrhflI] >> thut .b' could re* O C r.arr:. .
.t rot tOX.tht't Kb tbe.t'am ioat I.tiston. C,jit 1uin 1hrnd. | ro1' 1.r Ji'c.lar.hcr.ia Ga'r MkTtfc 3dI5ackcts :;-p
r tr" U'TJt'1II' 'I'Ptt'T. tfcd tb! 'l 1Cifrt Et Ct.lYH'rK.tltm. Arlu.-clttiit C' mmi.J>f, fo.. .At )
i f'J.h ut\lc bt. l'h. kq1Cu'tz' t.ttrt.tICitlf titd tt leti 0.aL thT1 mititnpi' n ery te tirfth THE E OhtR'S SO.NG.Ci "
btiwetn \palachicola r L Torf.ljrtM., L'S Ch-t-itid, : 'I'
'd iet. .life I|IIf ? f f-rrr kiot bad ('IRBTI*'".**!. LiTi ruck is i i : !. .
& faithful) in-Ldf proJpntetf tier tw itt ti bat two nif we the worm of the Itt and T'ot"iBtrc : )II i \V Br.jtc CM Hnir'Itos .. ,;1.
L'n- t'tbjrt k-fitru atil trrn o>! th MfOitd to no'ltt 1 f.It1\! ite t .ucr.. of vita 1 Lc particulars.' ,KItr > The rrai. or tb oemht''r1.1 'I jra'f, .- L Mitchtl. G; l_. :\Ij;. ,-.bLI -. fit ,I. ,
; TI Late 'U--n ible ban pkrtirat .roo_ 1;
"; tit iut mint t: L' o t rrutTaticii cfLines. t r to prwure lbt.m w f 15 Wood .\ Lth"L\ '
c.littin Tibovu In IIJ own envy char, at the dote ff the lat '!". ,
i-jro & tPtl"U.11J1 our rrnjlor,
"With a it tcv month 1 will pmTth'tn a war.Will _iM -oc. TAl,., r OF Crune-M, J..e
In tlf' ppru.tir 1RU.: 1 tit'Uit.-d r.liqJJtI to rtati tr r on tb'1 fix -wbtit, thr rciiJft.t x>cl l jiij Oa .a:w .nerchBtni indu' t\p\ '.: .
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( i tiu* vsi" t *j-cijiJ Itvtorj lo Jtn hI' JIo.Cy 'C"IT'd 110 thpu sf jirr>>. sud Irtfl.: rfjxirtrr. wboba* For jior/ular clorr 1 cart tiot a lAraw, .'' d'J zc*;. dace . . . . .

:t. ,t. n S. : uj'l; btr binI" : 'T a- '., ..,.t '! Lu'ib :.._ ,' bwn 'trr.yti'! fl tb* bole i. tuorntiie : l <.,'Ht liJl ,.1.. <. I '('. -ll: '. THE: 'b- : -T fwptttfttJy ," ('rf'I'ltt:: ff'Ili.l. .. . . i.
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J'rttitt ia trt/iunr'2 till tbe uJortuutioa inn ;eara ica -s PrutUrlllt fr..II .
t.! Mot'Jwil 4lttriris To IILl"t c1ru ui.d bt far awl
l.bIJtJtrt"1; uii <'UT"" tats t'IIJ- .. .z..v;.'. t. .10< rutH aLl' .
lutih *i<;f" <-f tb* n:"'t. I J t.tur "1TI"Dl, enCollftinzor \'e'-s1.. . . I
v.-bost; friM.dsuii I ht.S the Junior' t'. t EJOA ran Ob lit nyn of otjt! t I'D tbea away : ,., n. tei4L .si the Apbiith: .
J :Jt a letter of n;'.rt.tJ ucti.n to hi*; iDotl 'r. (. .tltldI I. It* thsi the ut :ortc lile butt nas tbistinimns I Vful a pufii pu pu3. I ". fUrl rit-ni awn Ma u.I it tnbur n's. th* be i' b.a> ttiH.t) a t Latad.t2 a.d fidjiivt-n-' nranco.I. trom. :.i *
in tkine b. lasi: njpint-: t. "e"d,
i-BlJ late :
in stlrb kind ur-u th*' I ottuMJl without ut)9 trip. of S sjcib< a T i w BltZ'*. T'J1111> t1* ttiJ..jf'd \, . .
; .uu titi itittrrjfw v ith Matun- !-'tail\ j ut.d) ] !5" i* : .ovbo u.tiU'd.! i.omt' fi.tro'll n.t"chu.icl' j L!t --t'jck n"" ,cir fall. \t' it? tJo in: tc ir.1 for I'Us.ncs .uici: thi *-;'':'.'? lIe hac 1.'tJ p'd COI.'iC.1Jt'fJlS iI. J.r" of IlJeICh"nGLV .'! \. ,; i
1 tbH'ajcJ: d :: Hi" J: IN.r.i, 1'ILh"f: : iutd :1.1 vv?vwtiTitig lur her, atid who wi-ic tnxion'I '. 1.teoo f.ld i 12 thc lnu.l-t. I've to i.h-p on the t-ta for MIer4 ttr I: bu.? n ti.e Al.A-nain 11. 0; 10 paY full comiftii. ,r. tot. feuv..t cii rid!

( t .' 'ti' 'if": : J h'7' t V<.b'Zfla Im tbe CorMt. I It.' ftt I fr.rn. L'.irv1 Lhwc itwn bond II .1l I / I'fc't1 jr"-f' .
tA 'Jit ei.M-riny; tbe ;'via' 1 n-fl .:rwk wjtb tb' > e- t. ''ll t..: "r' .dI'r: 111 'iy 'ff". tJ"I1. ratEp'rtio Wb-. the nrly 1 rid ff! 1-mil t uff bun aw ay l! t.\.r'tLC 'Loal I .'ers Havics tartir.ed N'gM.J. ; : d. "rL, ; ". '.;1" 'r..
iobi.C tbe L.u-t.. Tbe BO-IM CtgabI.Int4 .t, 'i)' I'J'\"'I '_r', be {"-t1* 'ct-iiJtrii of .
) ;'-J- l.n.l Mj,'b<*. v fuch rtirtifd ihrjwrhiiU itaii.j i : ( fu.cliu IViti a pufi pu-puS I -wJl }iu5baiaway. the ii'jrfr u ti"n no oJn t < vri.j..s>.f n (1 vnve4 4
llt'ibr it';" to n ",; .t/ut ia< uietaiii ia
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I 3 ;we'H.'t'J sit t.;} -(ja l.tiuJ! : ( )' t..,lrUc.*.- runmnr rr-r Hr') .}> wL! f'T pu itrja. Attotic t1l* 1 herd ficit t m t'1 lae c-: b-'." '_" t'_ f! ne1 ".'.r'-intn.Lisun:I. j bra.W "t'I n' tn'l'' H.a I.. 'I un1T.'t1lltI" ;- .. *.' a''" ''n ;.'::1 -r." '.'' vpf wh; rr"" *' 4I

.'l h'l J i.: H'd Crt't 'r.tti'ftrn t..':t v-*.' U 01 f dnviticfjb tie, A Dd te ia'\l ,h, wise f'U tJr.u-lI t.'r..TItI 7Z'Z' a1&t'.r .
',..< ,. iVD-. T.w k. lot lct-1 Ji/u d n! : :,: tr It 'lI'r"'mcr. '.1 ur"z':. .
It.d cd ( ..t'rth : ctrrt t.v3 v-j. Ctpt. aei.a.. : vf a tt :a the one no TT JAfI"R.T.t10. : ; .t
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7 s I I'lid a Gt.ur mid U\.ht't.d'' il1 t'J.: 1'-.:,'.r11 n the -vt h.c h'.n 'i'. jtt.; *b. till ;Q' An4tr _.'.t1l t!. On. "t. '' if,,- .: .. : .., It.hlllhlrt1.r' q
} jn>* "p* t.aTJUIJI :i'fl ()Oli. .Lec: u.j COm1LIr. : ..:. Ad\'HClr.: frnent wnhou''iunds} in I.IIJI I IfJt
It1. rp' I"... 1't.4 ir..t j thf' t' rIDtH 1; bi I i| U ith p'jfl tir1 '. ,. ." ; i' .1 U
; I I'>uu4 two ladi-* i -.: (tic F"1.; .r.b.31 .iir'b-jd.u Jt4. c.u: Ltl>*r. aevei.ade on al:) C' "I=.. H'Uinvp arU J.rut.rti.. C'_d.. ,'.:,, ?,;, '
t 11)) vr wrtj'g at in 'Eil>n>"dny :i-siraf, 2nd tip v. lorli I : top ''i'l- 0 B---r 'to t"nt .-.l't 9 On rwirdirc'; llt inHCK*. . '.5 .
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dtr '. vLer, n-a! ferJi-ir.? PS a M. -. 1.' : I' I l T r.t.od< pr t..rrfl, nspir ffiSb'} b.l.! .rcluditr .
i.1. coud tn t "UU-i.ii.r, tatn dJeIJ .
: 'I t'Ltiy.! < Wiui wat ollertor. aiTrt.-.14oliIIc.
r'> t"-.vard$ tbe dotr tU 1'.lrj1.r .i ''i T'." llo'hT htrgc' . 371

2' ..'TUiM iiiilltJS tUYIulIN.d lav EUCj'V ':' .'. '.1!:,. T--: rcrr. Vi/A ??> wf Live ( 'tT"r": .Lr 1.'" "tOT1..E J 1.1 Lu."F.a1' I'l'p.r! tL.t -CrT.e Re.Mti; ? J.r.J forwardinjco"tn, frrn.s:) : *
1 O LcLt at tlit n-lIJn. taut 3 Jit tn m' -3' 1" misakfti 'b Mf"o.l-: Point Lu'M f'Jr bal uol ... I
: d lit* U :.1 '" L .r 1.lI. Tl..5 "'41. \.j} ..lJ an t.o: : !J {1i..j'o, thllt 1 f' t1t"v'tJ1.I.It't. pryjr.h ve po'r a': xpT to added,
.t t'thr.e .1 V t 111 at cp 't:- -*''* t"j' iToptn roDCofT ot Tfera ir:3tio.; j ujii, iue l put : rays ; 'Lijl! P J..' ia, tv>:.'l.-.'"riiljilj! ri'/Ke ':.II.D iruinit I ,Vcwii fir/ 6w 4 07i rf I'rvaucr.On .

r You l' t.'wd 1.1. I' !'1.tu'tbu'ti'ian.jcl\I'7 : i'r'ii'e' to \ Like 1 ptifL., j wI ;'.. ubik 1 pud i! an ay.Notice :. oir of'lif ttsre; ir. tie jobile} Poin' LisM t, aKMti. storyrc ci I :KOO-I'. en con ':piiMtrit, per bal rd.
tut rl _iJi :
1 > 17.n'' ' : L1JfI j ____. j' To ill fnture I I
rr..ce diffitul'y, month and
ai firsi
i J -."- Ff\'t' '; for each suc-'ecdii.B : -4&
# I "B.w. c.rtis'fr .\- ciiidrtz thrs' V.I H'Q 'f 1' WI' .( ; rciid tit '....t.t'lo, : 't'J.ed ia! wae dtgrw; toI'inr no* pubh'h an exran of f a lett* froM Window' Ixwi? I half r.ddIlJnal. mr- .

,. 'II ? Ait L* It.d all Liv Iil.wjh''eJ 7 tbe ''''La iiustc u, cittBctbe&iwaF to Road Contractors. Esq to tl,. Fifth Audnor, &,. i S'lra .!, salt in sack, f.r fn-vt tncnth 8

.'I. Tie Kritifw dt Mr."utU>rt. 1 u-pLcd. "tus >\ .ound tat the ;-rn bout wawrJuaE T.'J"'tT/li'.." ki4 t/li.1r (.. !, G W OWEN. C :I.C.trf. half additional.: fur (.,ll.} .ucct-edr.g ii,.... CC:.

.1 I f : bffn fodi'jjwpd.: h>L' va, couditfi tc> Lti bCd en CafL Tv'itbci Oljt"ill; bi- smJl ii 1436 Ei'::c! -f 8l l 1t'I.H! from Winslo* Lcun, E.r. to the Storj of I'/I'h.n' (prr b.,Ie) for first month COcci-.

t1 I. 4.' :1,', irr.'xif 1 ill rJ.I'r'.f. bitiunr.c ibt l 111. t1l'O 1 boats u. bt tutioied, tad but a few wumcnt clap 'dbefure PttMX.oia.Jkly' Fn.h Aaditoi and ains Counnssi- .net of the rerenvs. half adJitioml for wich ucrPedin? month. '
'/f 1 trad ui the mid t ot the ;fjojxxalvi'l! received at tbi of- daied t'ec. SfcW 1 1"13.3 Sales of anti lumber ."
: :At.'llt1.. L b+ Lus. hctjj nrrrt-ncs r mudJr.. SI. u tbej Mtre Ck'Wii' SEALED staves > per cent. -
Tu iv cite 1t't> if'd iv'IV;a U.r &TAugu fxt. /for' op- The QI..II bt"Wt't'lJ Mobile'nd Pirj .aroia! Lirhi .._ _, __u._ _
I 1'r t a! ;icrjnr \H'lliW 1..' cu. t1U'.Ip tht drowiiiag pafc:'njw or p -- --- ---------------
: 1 'laid 'I and carried bard the Bo tya. One ot liptrwuk ttii j: tut i : ts\ u. mt ruad a utt>on; bv I,' wJJ li or 00 lukt*., a .cre itr .iae then II! <". i, AN <>Klll> ANE.
'i ;: lIt'HJ dcceiidf iicnii Ler lircnf. SLt uill up lEi '
Mttd fwaaJe, trbobu batd sifcon cuwie ij.twH' lie y. June 1 ,36, "to be 'b': n n.any of. our revolvinfLizh-: the coo's SJXTJOS ILe it oTdallrtl1" the litendant and MI,.
'JI Slw a
quwa. dott till buuorb of Ltr alre w4tL wat :
? wirt dl'(1wff.d. cut yd uwu t:t- .jUiti t..t.uLda.ry of Flonda b I 11 i Ere fi''fd eisrlv alike k-nv o1' UzI ii! i.iojtfu city oj Apaiackicola/ 't( l.dt, lor the purrH< <
of > ee ) i
t I 1b4. 1Ji txquiMtf' grace, v.'Lich "U.f the adWJ alton sud wire on board, bulb m "lL1Ijl \"oITml. L2h :'It I th fire hip' fJ "ad, 'ide of r4i-irt renn'I' to meet the, ctirrtnt uf '
the .
of tbe r.lcIJ'l.1i tv c.i w. u v Apuitcaitola vithia the expenses ((oporution -
r 1i rfrd of nil ft>racz>wt, ctpruilJ} tbt FtUi1. T1.i !'einaJc 111 a> Itcpt on the MirfK water .ud } i, L (.Dbfl! ;nar' Whenteist! : the nsnal distance lor lie ii-iir IKtti;, the ti..uowinjt taxes be li\lej/ ;,'

? tft ;I 0.11. ) ts I 11t' f'It'ndd-SLt' I! l'tI *ttithd 4Ci1 l' tfu buu'lI.lJcr ol brr dlt'%1o. H 'r Jm-balla wacoXa teriiy the til* of anis's 4fouj .Zrsts t ihaMpf lieht /.' and the Mar'hal is hereby ordered to levy them, I il

''t r l.t ad litFeii'.li pt-t'j'leJ' -But praj' ;r. fu ; \I:' Le, v ilh LIT sou, wa cconaieryiag. Ttie.a.j iC,< iocm* at t&etownofai von approach it 1111'bIn ten miles, tl- hoP f dark .and all 'ropertand persons within the limits of this Corp upct .

.jj J 1fd l lJsii.MU l JD ln-ttOlJlg 10 > OU. WUI ttJ thl, c'11) In fadiition to th" e "a' ttbytbe Aj.1achic1b. >d exieiidt b) a route which has light are equal. When within Id mie) of Mobile ration, at the rates unit m :he manner conformable to thprovisions <

I{, ':'TLf jyoiia; Pnore .NapJkiw*, JAacm. i! the ";.., lour l'c'r..Qtlc chtuued up the bow llo-toa aad xt board.A ,here -aid route a ter crotnia the east arm the Liijbt is so different from that t Pn-a<'la thai to I*. Urn the assessed vtilue. of nil ronl l estate' t
wrue of the kiev on
.pjirtrajt j lie eirnt
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.4 "ut/ tonfifror bi AadfeuV'" Bu, iuier--ct tile road now ruaamg mistake one fur the other, "'c>uH be J.e ,.l.icp; ffjtr for halluJ.ineto the ApaldciiuoU Lend Li'nif.Hn\Kirf.
\ j' title'utttnw The B' hcio ot l>ri'LOf. The prmc* wbo aaa obrver of tbe whole
> cju":ri m'nFron uht I had I thirkthe
from of M the erj-rionce are in .be loipcTuteluniisol 'IlIchlcola
ibe be J that Lay to ruaa, a 411- Apt ,the Miinol ivcj.tyrne .
:, a fluid (f in oltr 5ui lljente and viTanty, ; that it a taoi-t t>aii.f uJ bcfiit to jtijs'
iviis '
; iyb Ubc of W h :bt at !' ..]> i' now fie3 in I a r that oulde ceiiu tn evi-iy humtied dollars ol said v .lue.
und ic a prwt iaToni-*- With ti FJor;niinf*. Tb tie any cq.irn'd{ ou. the ffuntcuaac* ol the oue ;arnte it from tnr b"r t n 'b* Aienc. "oc. i niproduce 3J. Upon hmiie hail < .
building t
t\iry or tt
Ft the emveniene of bid .it :
. 'i: J'rioce?I Mjjlda! hU tittrr, is fj.tmueJr! t3Ter] aktengrxsp ben tbe b'ltt TV.a. gomg dtl\\ n. Tbeirn ''eros di'poMrd to tbf rreaie1 lieht: The liehioase (In the l 1.1t' each an hundred doll:rs of the value un'ltJlI ;
r.4 tie this dn will t..e s.j! ci( t
>ot ot i -)(1J. it divided ; .
U !I" .u i"c" 1ji..oht'I'1, 1 (' lor aid tuutt hate bei. teard at a great di of leLiug of Shoals. New Hampshire's tt'nll'vo I Island the Town A-sevsor, and payable by the owner or h .
t' \ r1 Mae L.ttit sij.ed j a ur frotu lie; ye ud taate. Even tbuig that would float that wa at iatwlour sfctj/a> a&d t bids liI'lJlt ceived and ia :Miinr. the same the di taaee?>cr. n n 'tern 30 der cf II' h propt.riy. i'

i of. \,y a wji-j C2pit bfd a uiti tkat I would (UlJt .I.ot'. babd, van iLrowa ocr (joiu the iiu Uta, in the oo
J 1 .kv elL hope that some might tbu>> be taitd.ftuxe *iz.TL rerol-ms-jOmuesbtivre'-n hem tibe, d aDd Pon; and merchandize: sold at private vale between the fiN
.1' i'On tht afction will extendr>m ApaJacbicoU JjdiUitiJth j rvolrjic, 30 milebttvia them Rcf of May l 1-t:> in.l. tile first uf April Sti inclusive .
; nourtiitie t-f tur d'panure lor Home, I tl>f above wa* pre ILHd, our rejon bartturncd fi>
,1.11 rut to takt Jtrwtii to ibe puiLt u here the route a* milked out. mter4ct Point, Cape Co1. i' a email re\.II'DI! lirh in evprjm cents on. each one hnnJicd dollar, to be paid by the
HJV Jt-ait-f 1'niicr ? I wasjshwd and luruis-Lfd u. vita ibfole luwirc : prl.
Pricola Boston Lu.t
.4 the St. Jo lUdruad distance 2 t\ the sane as 4 miK-s fromit st.n or disposing ol the
epb Jmik per'ons whether
> same, on thw
I b-i jinrate! cabitwt, an ijiaitoMotvhjrb TbItrrj t.iu iat w.. bdjued the Gcixrial. v. is revolvine, rtd I have never heart ,.f any injtirj1 own account or 01 lien, i-e j.nd all such
t \ it huijz' ron. with Uypbie vf th' flory of and was commanded b\' .apt. Cole. Captain C.a'a iained bv narisatioii by misukir.2 ai of th.W: lichi q'.i-sed: and required to render; to the Town persons are K.
The eood section will extend f'c-m the termination Marshall
t his iraptnaj I'rotber.' Tbwe crer)' lelic t Uc a ) that when Le saw'tne bo-ton he 'Unprti bieiibt c for ancrr er I masi train repeaJthat nv motive for just and true return of the same.

vktonou, juauit, and w.\\ ifcoJJfttiou. 7 be kalwe I JUt cro.e the ea-.t ana 0: St. Andrews Bay, neatest "sibl* 'erof to ha r *o pro-
f mtfImwtd tite lite* he-ad.. ay whta her t'tIineII'a ) tujpd, p J'O" ? planned amount ol commissions or fees of every cotton lactorcr !
1 "bid.IIJ"t'UtI weft at the tMtut; ol< M rfugu.- ud beiag then t-ci ciost the conU"iou "a.glt'41. di lance J9 miles more ot Je>-. that it co-old hirdly t* within the scope 'A possibilitytoraiMi'kt broker. the sum of one dollar
r ., The third tocUon will extend from the east arm it for -iv other In I!'' I thin}.
.1 I W ttt'D tbe Mol' "'U pdiiifd, Mud he nay : \ s jcceeaed 5-h.: Upun all ole| ai f.uction between :rel5hM: I 7
:J'r pno-.l'lJt.t ibik kabrt U* r '. Mudatwr (f St. .\ndft. Bay, pur-oiag the route markedout I have .-en the edittnal remal..c< Nhf' Mobil" 1-B5 and the 1st of April 3t:. inclusive, the sum ct en* I..1
'I be of the boat th'rewete .
4 I4itt. \'boIIUed tea- r aj-tdia ferry vtppo to the Beech Mark C3 upoa a tree, distance pop' r."l, tho-e naacq'J m'ed' all rev ? hsht' dollar cj on etery one hundred dollars of
tujoy melanrfaolir 1'I grUnout
. ill Ja'e about fent-f\e |*,.n* ou bourd iouitteu 20 raile-t more or Je.k. ire 'Tippose- '".P .lik**. 'IJ'ht'JJ "he en' nou y b'le t* 01 comnassicins, )*}'tblc by the auctioneer.
sure Ij'tfning tv htr
tUTt'ft'G l with
to" now .
a- of wUuuj were ruilk-i eu and boys two women il5 "n'fro'n'h-t a-Pt>a' rM I a the di-ren' H- 6h
The fourth .-ecli&a w ill extend from the termination ; t"pti each and ts-
Lr witbered every person dccopyiLfr a
liaudsi iLd the tniUtd Utaeeader
ttar and ilxbti] <. aid the deck bands I r nlf'm"n' of tfcp lamp conld p"siblv mtkeiem : and
*ier< pa.-enger of 3J the the rt'm'h'p. riocery store. o 'ster henor he ;
10 > ill
Mr i5nti.I. *ecupn f"wtII"'Jtrt' route a> \ o : e.i4T.p .1I
._ .<.. 'u 11. ,. .1 . .. J ol the buat. I marked ouL inierct? tbe wad luch now run las'll"i11 ac>..Ljwtdeedbr.rviaiors.] tr "Oi ?stbcv ion of nild3r.e( and stllin? cr Lanr-gVld.} .':!:- : ,
; .111 w'j IJO wt' .ltlWQ W "I1ICU I t.1I.Q u.t' LYl- become acquaini: with tbTn In all tbM I Ilr.t' done th. 1st cf My loC I
-I. bt'rt'II'tre fourteen on board all owia&ch srirruotb l L'cDors lt11)le
from the bead of SL Andrews Bay to Mariana t .... 10"11 l.r $ ctu'in
'1' tervitw wit1l'iIl JJll'l"lJ'. motbtr were tUb, "ith Jronned attach- milk with 1J"n. .nl tbe.f.tnaaca23'I "- ('I than a ciat at a urre '1 cnni cf ten dolUrs. \
a were being lo can di. 19 milt'Ilo le... BO' recoaat-ridff lera'n ihztrr .
iaiaily portrait* painted by celebrated; French artult. .1i.tnM >. ._* iauee ore or eve tny ':b '> t tact ;,d f'1'tl'lllial'd ttHe.) nine c-r.'z.
ana w
a "D. lactaot > in Iptt1ih IM.J o xmcori will be required 'O:1J. t'noi J: :i. ira'h 15 \
There were \111"1eon> Jtruw, Jo-e; h, .. me rx>ai uuk in two iriiuutei alter ih wa to conform strictly to the route marked out and to rut slier If t1rt't.ol.Td the sum Cd'ten dollar* wu..
L.UCK-C Horttiise and Caroline blIdt''In'O* be levied. tra jiaid i'jr tIe person ttruik. ownng .1
t cut down ertn wih the surface of the alltrce Auctionotire.
pround. '
v m? to .x cscd f.>r j r< tt.
tatue&, groups, kud tu-ts. repfe-tuting ditJerectaifrnber 1 be panjei'k and crew made ere-y effort togel "tump bu'-hes, z.nd ail other ". cri rd
o/ the tr-jrujTriaJ family. on board the iio tur but \ e re:jti to slat feet unpedunectfor T : '"l-rnl"'r hs-t,t' 1.Jr. fPltOJrd -.ii ,:w : .1l' ,, "t'\'Cry l1nr cr P\.,
width of 33
a where the oil i\ dry. and j u. '. :ie -.:;. v.Te wI .,'r' sts 12 1jietaol-I levied r:nd tlkTtr.h .t
During a in our (ier1iira. M. R :>baha drowned..Some for tisttirj % if Fr rJi'.a:: )C r.cU' j "iff a c; fj: (
pau-e that six at least tu/ ti 4. f-atfjej the saloon. lie hill'H'rd' Fftnih Jour- ; the Mrll:.ns .f Real J r." 1e. G .MS "'ut't : ut'e&i' -
j c, ihtta juuficed lujuiupin' : (.n board free ireir-' -a ; -hall] 1 la-.t .
J or ip 'icy, requiring; a exposure to Lib-ra az.rtr..wle fij a!I c 'rirma'sL I rfsided wiMi; "
r.alt in hit btf'id. aud OLd\ .UlW:' to M datut L" d hold il the roe andplaakthai ( i"ii cfts! ., '
u: ctum ia catcaiL,; > the MoD the voJth cleared ;a* al>o\e jj (ufjtni. will S fHlTTE-VULN: .U'r rp-ac -wx f'rtti-v. I.k.,
.', !J t. J fc MM!. "I fiave ju t read ill tbe-< jaje; H" vi. e throw 11 ts/1aem by the pa .*Lg' w" theitou. be CO led, and *a ail!I cases the timber, t.tuns. ;*, Ap/dir! 'a. Mznh 10 I Iof Apnl' 1--3'\" IJ.t) '!: cf ce do,:"r

) .Idodjif, tn >iiori vi; a xinguUr kind wh.< h hes The aanse w taoft kuown to 1.1&1t' been t.u .be.. Li-c. cut dow u. :a' well as all other impediment II I IO.t ( <.ezrb rd terv f'ee j rvn of color r t:

,--uUi.iUfl to thf ("hjiijLu-r; of Utputie It jvMied aie a lulio : *, mu&t f>e rtiiiccitd to a di :uice of at ka.t .. READY MADE CLOl HI'G.f..r urcm- 1f each rndt-fn J' \t vLofcne. bi-o-jn ort".<

hat been propo-wl tj allow the king if th" Fiiahthi I Mr. Pita. \\ nbtan, ared man and ,milkman: 12 fttt Clutide.nd froia the r; : of tie roaJ '.. 'c,' b> thi;'
nII.) iMiitia; to France III.>' Liwubtt U. the re idlug at the W 4 .Ubuuu Vol1 ivuernptedtujurnp w, drj.u hCI'r'ln Ne .rij' somep" ;..,d >, truLr II' t in'. -r'l. rrid furrsi3\e ItC.I c" red Ir jo a.. [
l.lflIkti4i J.II'II vthvai beri" ibo-( > 4- ti. IJW tt. :< but .tra'k : brea-t ialelow for' wk r.\' taJ reao":: ol sI Id iiaL, but hired to <<'ne lIIn l'lt:1
) bvuu U lio tvu. 'u* agaiatthe
: The whole di'.tari'-e
on < r -juired to b* Iirf'd ;Ii fan \'Jt'f.: there -h, lib leel "'& the
lrD doflr.
A. OAK FOnD JL O ef1V.
J It.ulJ.bth.dunl. L' lilla vould ba e died tin- /n.1m;; Le fell ato trjt wutt-r. zul vr\t "eiu feet widr, will be 17 mileand will! be di-tribjt-: vs.d: on./, w.' t
I Irereivin
tiai Hvl''l1l tinotitnLicn ,he eijniiKtd oni Miik but uid uoJ rte a"aln. V e underktaad! ed z s f'>llow : viz. withic the 1st section. 1 j 1'"'*1 '. each JKd ,nTc.S t.t' rim ccne c1z!

3 tin;. niiflliijeu t<', Her ruunteaaojce and :' that Mr. r.gbt iva- an old! anJ letptrcU'ile! inhabitant mile; within tbe second ..cuoa 5J} mJe'ithio; "0TlCE-L' my Lb,."1J'p fjom tre TUI r. '. rvs1e t.r tie} C WflC7 tr.treoi.: :

't her bill, wer a itatd b,' a sort of nmo-j' ;Ofla at that place) ,and had beea ick nearly all the 3d settitm T mIl is; within the lib !section 3 i" Cajv fcjrri.tii t.a',oi. is tOY' aa.bojfa .4e' 13 h I'j 'aescn rnc3 E'l'tl'foullic drnr, wa-t.t'. c: .

vul'ioaDt. She rJJ: be;*'elf on h"r rouch, and tatuu.'iier, and wu > et in rery leeble braltb.Mr mile. Thee Jocal.ties! wiJl! be 'pecifi.d when My 21 A. ROGERS cat-i. the tm Of t\ I icars.] "

.4 aid with a dt'rt't of energy which nti fr'm 1; E.IitJ Al-X4ii; :::. a laiiKsnaa. Mr. the contract an concludrtl --" SF-r,'y :,- "( I' tl1T1hr. rcalIt'd. tithe Iusritr:: .

"" hex iaiiM't .(.ul- .laijtto rin-ive! awi'e aud d.ildrt':1 huu and (owcu of !the ry Apalachjci-la.:.
trry "ily n. hi l"it lWO toit.warn l'fTW otfenng will stct" their terms per mile! ,laniifur.tiircd Tobacco. inarsr-i beril ftf mat Iel1I!

I f tor* Hum ;iiy) ;.:. if thty tetu'a to Fiance | .. '. J and cot".l t'tu'd death. for the ponuato toe cleared 30 feet aid alM : ; jscrvrs h'vnr t UTe U) r.e-c,. I' powered, arid< au'Loriscd 10 rf. ;.
'fi rp'V'n'el Ase -v ieur. cf ;
ii rJ, a* private Cit'lt'II"; ad lo lire theie} auuu .l the i Chn Flai.najan: aUo a JT..11 Till > tittle] projxnv. \
j Mr 'iopher mal > iur the portions cleared t.0 feetide, and I n>4" telebra'td m tlufa1o".I A L<""'11 hi. "11-. r l:. It iat-J.l''v ptriU -
.. i it, people it tan cnly Lco in tte "mt oi their bei.g 11 the eiapluy ot Mr. UnJerhill, at Wi'.Ubcut: bids nay be made for one or more complete sect Lrncbt'3'. Va aretvissUirj'iv: recejvice .sjphe .>f<., I, I"H'; -..." 10') I.J lie> frec P >eed to tcilect. t'\:\ .!11
c-f It.i.
recalled Jrofii exile ty this naiiotal .,ire 1/2'.y | Mi. Fl.Du"o"" *"* aBO 't-'T 1 4 "iie :ad tw. unalltill.'JllU. |t Jion but no bid will be received for a part above aradIll ra.j tn be nifias..a bv lI..n {-. i o J.Jt" r.g flN'hir. :.. 't.

1 : onf of ih'ni kiwuld! ) ic'pt such a f
tther way, I ball pny tbat! Heaven will grant"rri" j' u\r. Jarj' Cor.:!K.) a i.iilkmaa. aud two tnull be 'ar full} mnvirvi when: tb. clearing i i finished jr. .t'rMatii I an (" J':n 'd' (of* ffl f'v: '/ Aj i !'<..hictb. ;ih.MI t' eryperi ::- ;Ji':

.. 1: itrenztb to ttranjle him with ray) uwn hand toll r* J bv ;.., ("wcep.) ubo re-ided in tbe nei;h- aaJ the amount of work computed accordia Jy.iN'opi.'iients 1'J NuUP.'E & nr.OOKS.Th i <-r ppr 'r.- nj-fc.a lie p-rview cf this ordinfnc"ca.l 'r..

t1' \. Hitherto 1 IIi..d &'I'II only the a- -l and iafirinwouiau )l l-oraooi fcl' Itc.I.I-V)' ) 4rd. aid were in the habit will be made until the work >ha'l!! nerlcr reuse. or oihcrviM: f.i1lV] make r'ue trd :" :'

f -I ; lheberta\eJ inothfr wijunj for tlie lo** cf f trwi "II:! I. the citf\er> inornin?. I I have bo--n in.pected by the underpinned, or one of I OTICE > e'tr,1 l vpemioas cf the Bnr.ehc: corre. re.nir.s ti ts, her er />;cir property, 'nl'ect t u .

of tier cLiMrea ; but VII hearing ii
) a* they were by a ol ef (jalvdai.1agitatiuu onUatiithe O-I.n.' and by br carried uheriaiiui.14 ,pt't'ifi"atio1. i-n the 1-a (.f Jn11 be re-u'ne1l11e f.r>i if>ovtn>, ach i.ilnre.! n i";"ntu >hell N. C:(jt ly: Ke Kun
put b-r Dr JvLnGcrnc. the Pre>idr t. will usse. :r..1 il .blll-e!! the
I intineilie duty
the kelet I Iva nr.a7fJ. the: Ch.will'r- r"rn2in Y1' of the ItieaudEt elt
; ,
g oj :n, l ectly pLce. at iot-1 oj lrt't't. it Pi-r-om untnown the ,
uadmizneJ .
to will
t.' expected Mi-mier awl vl11 l artrt j .rajlain-! bv !!.
q :' many cisl tm--'-..eaot : ? m: r-kl) of failure
I liortly : ' V my leave and u I tt/uJ uoi ) tt be i'M.nUjiifilith I
r departI, I coulJ not ti.lj,> thifiuii.; ,nf/ the wud tthrdiioAi.cJ.. ry t. trnotiilt\ of their chardcter snd ability! to May J. -u. itr and .lt'7f. pe'1r.4 'hedHmqufn-.- ICr the rrt(e.'

?' : 01 the HO'.11I1, < ..uluflUalJd ai'phiiitj then in aili.iVm.t Mr. $tJevT." M'CulIpy: on di'covi-riny; that Mr lrform the \':. .of'q -,. :11,1.?_? ,.).... _.rr.".,...' ,....' .lwAO. __ 'L. '. ,. r". 'ov .'."

'q ; way, 1 t-iclaimed lo 1.4) t'.41t] : "Yt =, dus'.h. \\.right Cid i.ot succeed in hu etfurt to Jwn ou bo ird JAMES D. GRAHAM Jt LUhuraJIlle! .' Iapigr own n rhiL who MI811 flecu ifl c 'he, same GllfCUr TO ar!: \

i is iuJetd the jiiother ol .Na;>clfoii. the ilo.toii, threw htll1-*lf into the rlft'r. and wa ..Iaf. ,Sf. Tvp. Knf. ., .\ryiUB-v 11. L: PUnciUSC! : in MfdU'e! ncrjda.'.ror- 'v of the .hqu.Jj. fcs rech. vpon ; "
_ _ of the fwan! bw aod n-Virr.phie Ske-ches cf th- nciriot > C-ION J-Be it '
\. s 0 afterward pitked cpby one t I PTt.ro4:1h forbndgiaj, ditrhioi, and uu\"ays, I the fIr, \f'btJII..1.! l -.vr ot'! al ;tis Offi.-' e tlr PHJf ianherorre? ,rft all (1r i;::-
\:. Frankliu ai-l that be made itt rlilp l whenrrer thus ..:J. will be invited Khen appropriations for thee ob I Ij f rr..L' ouin' r'0rt. m ccr '. Dtkn rf this oj:.
. 1. in In* ,wer. t.J avuiJ b'cuu.iu; the LIra 't man None if the crew of the boat were drowned.Al j ject ,hill b ,ailhoned.juh I HIU," ,' r.1)-'luJ B1c;, are wnd }' :.nt'rl"h'thI'rel. d. ".
". p be isvJ .' b. I "at 1..111'al hoar after the a<-ciJ'nt. the boat c*. J l'J 11.0: iti1cIiber for wb:cb a 1.1" pn, ? will I,\\hV/ ; -e lw "-f rH! 'lra r.t HJd C r ".
of rr\I by a public xJy tsok If
paperlo } be (3 if ive.-ej c: ApaJacbioo') 60 davMjrrh i \\t f< G R .
ti' my .Uon.. 'ai'i the. Ir.:: a'u inciJent winch! I will : art -, to thp tc-p tf tin water, and rc.aaiaiJ. it i 17 BOURSE 1 I Iilrhell,, ?? R'a hert rt'y.1'etl. \0'
BROOKS reovs--ie&
i toy
; t .. 'ifF f. relate. VLiu. I \ h a journeyman' printer. one of J 1 1' nipp-jit.d, about iwraty mmutts. whea the change COTTO3 PLANTER -The mbx-riVr ka> ._ h _. '''er..1! io act :* tcwr lIj.. r.. ;nd il- ,.; 1"0 0 ,.
4 ." wy w: upuuiiM, au Jpi'itttice lunt-r, Lu "l.'rTI,I'vI tiJ' cauvfd h rr tu kiak ajaiiiMr ned to lls place for ifcepurpcse t.f srn'ins a= TO"R o-e may be s quorum

J fed out lit lnue, uai, "'.'lol to cpen liopfor hiuj- >. W n;'tt, (wife ol! Sila Wrcht who \'a, on tae C )yn? .:"i: TT1I'the >1" "f Onober next, the Dwellin E. WOOD, 1ett.att.! ",:.

I .. flt'lr. Mi* l r.l cunreru w.a* to }have a l'illdvwt'l! drowned,) one ol tbe wo.uen on board, wa. thrown I I. et;(nrn'f AlII .tltnr h t% u-fll kiuma abilirm as a U.n.e rt'c.ntl\'occQII ed tit o\ .".-'" J's. C PrsMsis. Clork _ _-
t seized hv Uof bAa Ix1 ,uti .....-. 1.:1 ,", It" 'a ,'n :
4 iburd. with a prop -r cription. lie com into the water and while (.trus ling w ';m.n, prepmnon iac rryJtrwrm''itof iav Lr 14&414.\"U unnrov'fi Patent Ilight
;; r I KJward Alexander} and held him with .o "tronj ( the 'or<, ad frn hi pro'mto Ib.r'lbl for Sale. :
\vord 'J 1lu
M"i it ia tie fhotup", For .
h.ut'r'l thlti. .* 'II* IUUJ| ..* -iitcate 0 turn out worV J mt\(* and -ell. for r-ady money ; |I a buneefl.grasp usk Tr01"csbausted and wa' drowned. .;,TM 'n ih* t'mos hs eip-cti t ob pTrjniii Allan: [ Oi or obiut th* lit" "t.J .- ll'hd vof .V'T-F11110 rc* P-n-cd on the !
p rat oDd .
figure of A hat -u'tended. But he thought he wuuld ra '11.1. til t>' if tbe bm qnihiv- iviws. sittl- -J- The rbct ship MANCHESTER Ht''IHI. CtL.a n.rrnyimprov-ment ;n the ,

'1 :i, submit it tu hi friend for tbeir araendinenti. Tbe ,, Mr. \Vri>ftthoweter, did nut i-.l with .hi.a, but bw :ID!. uti hijHlT rdnnl The .hll-t-r. of the ina":vr 1)a! I a> r piN':'. bio.I C'j-., e iii"HL.rlv :hsarl. mill I''r! for sale :be right7
4 "
I t tir.tbi; .bOW' I II to, ihou,bt the word baiter Uutolo wa: picked up from her trilouituition. pl in or lie p will ran 'n co-nroMUoa! boxin?, i \ins s-apc nor accoaca >lauon-. pplr to a>* 'rK- !'I dc. f'rthe State GC\rJ .
i... \ .uuv b .,;.. full.jweJ !.>Y these word. 'iuaU'. \"' i.f flip ruidip* tiflkn* drowned 'had wen 1 (..mnlotl t'! ) -nl .\!' p iibl plan and pin ,, JUDe 4 It KICIIAKUS! WOOD A CO. 51'le In Its 1m i. .'. '''1', hor.t' power and rr .
.truck found attwthf a'd&lk. ii< tiirJ it< wj. k ua t w cincilcl00- 'tItr being but little ma MI.
Jut tilth .IiW he W4 a hatter. II .U I fD ij ; > ar.nor etuns u: efterv biur
i I \,'',:\.\ out'I, 'ne otbr b'und the *w J 'mke' Kiight of order b. .iv> Th p-i .*> are ii f>''l ,IT* '='<-n inch I I FOP 1'eiieola ''", co.sni "cn.the be built bv' any good joit .
I J a> well be o'in'u-1, Lo-o.Ut' bi* cu>U>mer wuulJj 1! I'aitnlStattf TivopWe hive craned Ui'lit dwiartt-r! !('n, cylenUrrs on bjiji i' ;, aai ioc'ialib. ., The fist aiUn! ? schooner ORLEANS For eirf'., : and indee.l the 1 actual COM will, or nut exceed 5*'a
cIancwthedsy,3 for I requir
> saw; I'hns. money
( ? not care wl in-tle ('i" bat ; I%f oo
mini I.. they wull I hu ;. Lv nbv) n-overm de. He W-t4 now guarded by the ruUr: 'urce Colonel 1 puv-i frs .iaiwhf I pl-n >l W ; II in-h ,imeierv >. aprlv' to ,'II"a '. ;b-tof ,.b.) 0.'(* machine riow .

; blruk it out A urj f> a4tt tlic wurit 'fur ready Brook ha' arri *-l at pjrt \.I-hell wit.i (our m- <, c ie fir when Ih) f.rnernhav wich

r \ JIlO'.q* were utkt! i- -t n;t th t cu.toio' oftbe paniei of the Itli regiment artillery, one co-npa- 14\) t ',HOlt-. nice (".; atSi'JS, Jr viw : U inh 'fl'EL SIMPSON. 'ESQ."isniy aUlh ri.pd ::1'., d.einb-t.MnBsconon' a- -h-ne, ire can t

I pl re tu bon creJa,-*> try oue who pur- ny from this command together with the Washington -:1WlI a he frttion wheel phn. So J0rr nv Thure .:7 aent4uring my ab=*>nce. the ntin'r.h. ".| -'I''J'I-t f 'hi' work 'tone :n O. ;vn; ; one C'i

b chii tlllt'ctl'd j < to ay. \.ereparledwith, Volunteer Cat*. Iobin4on, have gone dUll of he fncaoa abed (or pulleys) is rt-r. S E. or bUJr\'Oi "i\"t' bl'I''I'ln I'llomelw..' ti
WOOD.TliTICi.Mr. .
June d-Ilar
t ,
Bud the in cnption no* u,''
&1U bat;.* 'Bell UJt*,' wbu i.eit friend s why inm&. v for Fltri of en inventor
will to give ih"u OWl\ What coiasund of Major Dearbome tationed npuri&g gins a careful .' on..N dana ab PZOen ,
}>o>ly eijv-ct you der the are ; iny 'ni'r nbi place. : J.rrfai| two hor r, to cut twelve hunre ''
'i then i iith" u'e of tho-e word?? It w". -trirken out, at Irwintoa Ala.; two cornpanie- are :at Tu.kee- Also L'the Inns wi h 'enirw complete' of 1"'nor nl9 W.M. PEA 1301)V. -',. -nhe day, an I 'bee fcor" tof;ndthe labarreV

\ aDd bats JolloweJ it, the rather. Ihat there waionepainteil gee; one at Du Warner, aai one at Elliotl* ta;;' worKTna hipi.-vl constricik'o Reid |Irte n.ellle-ol -isvI J7 '5''hcTlJ :n tli(V-n' of f.-cn l3.*

ou the board ; *" hw ia; cnptw., wa r..IJ- klvud on the load tJ M*.iiaomery, .\ portion of f pf.r"f! jlitin Cirtalias ani Tot Cu In: fnlD WnTJT.- J \'IES SCAN. i; mv duly au- 0 H l ',' \ \ boo -.odel n t Up: ll rI.

fed ultiuiately lo Juhn fbll'lJIhUll,* with the ,ute the marine corp are at Talla.-ee, under the commaa1 n t i PIer (!: l/iker TxJs nude 'o order I Ib'Jr.J agent dariacy tt"a ? fr .merrrorr 1.b's where it mtv be wen .

1 I It ifs hat IIubJUntJ. cf Col. I lei Jer.oB, and tlr balance are it Ai.i. h11'' "Ht l *V-V'"irih in erav'-, Mill May 2 Jv !1I'\ \'.'1I I.I I. J wMtOEHEE PstntesEsorr *- t

.! I &1111.111'*, about icu wiles front Vi et Point, in a lrvOsCJaj! { on sal i.Inki Botia of Nst co'cpo-ition I ; U HRTST11Rlav; ; : : A;: ;. 1-. 7lmTa
t We Learn the of(f D. all r InVoik. qiinn. .ortiiL. or abrr anisb, tvunnv n
,. PrII'trrt'r'OM IIr. westerly Jireitwu. probability I J aS.-n-' (- Terrr.i.'x- .
Fact for inn ih
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