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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: February 1, 1840
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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Mr. CIIAULES P. MAY. The J'9SEPH mad RICH All D It. C. POPE 'f' : A HOAX. have the carnage .: !Thu'wa* followed d n D'j ;" .
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firm of will WARD from and this time MAY conducted, and under the copartnership in practice of Law. They formed will at.a Sod' idle follow,'who confounds folly with by the arrivalof six barrelsof, Venice mills I can ten nontlq.L.t ..
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wuuld talc this method to return his binecro Subscribe thanks lend lo business in the counties of (Gadsdcn, Lo wit, mitf'Impudence with independence, per flour,'with.a'cote from Duff& hers,apologiaw houso. nT' k billed Um'fi -. .
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to his friends on, Jefferson, Madison and Iluiniltnh of Florida. pctrnte4iteitensIve hnax for upon him 1f btheiitiiIJ..
and former customers,for thin And in upon a great num. ing the delay. .Nexl-eazne Mr. J&snh ,
patron the
PETERS' PILLS. age that baa been Roliocrally bestowed on him,and Georgia. Letters counties directed of Thomas and Decatnr. of her Worthy individuals,..by.m.nking use 0our r of.tho Castle .Gardonnimouciog.tbeth mi TT and adgtruh; 'ud : iEJ (tfefe

'.'tllE TRUe RICHES OF LIFE IS HEALTH." ; he would most respectfully solicit a share for the Monliccllo or J. Mfo ant., or Barton Richard C.R.)Stone Pope, n me.nt the beginning of last veek. It t sailboat,was ready, and dinner.would be scr monuog in tile situation izf..'w"me. Mill

that hrallli and I yrm. C. \V ARD. Tallahassee will bo appeals( that on Monday vcd iq his saloon. He followed 'Bit, uotnkh' : _
I E know ability to labor i is nov 22 JrompLIYlI.ttcndcli to. They or Tuesday, some! up ,was fay:a -
II W tho wealth of the of the "ilh attend to business in the ono consumed the whole be a.punishment tono i
great mass people j county anti superior day in writing letters, large cart-load of ice ; this was succeeded i .t ;

I n this, as in most other countries To preserve, .DiiinsJcl : ami Florida Liiir. courts, and the court of Appeals. different. tradesmen and professional gen. by the arrival of several carts with coal from : greater faror thin Co take ay fiftfi; "I .
I thereforethat health natural) IK AlTON( C. POPE; Offie-c ,
by means, a crand. at Montircllo. lived
tlemcn in U1'ii
this /
moral% and polil'rcal scheme, further which, requires J. McCANTS, & .. K. STONE, Talltlias.cc. city, giving extensive orders for. various yards ; next came a large dray with tooIong-Iviidy1ioili. ,o .

our ,utmost attention. 4 jan 18 26 all kinds and 'descriptions. of goods t to Lc sent I: a quantity clapboards, sufficient to Cover, a cbargcd. '

Ths unprecedented success which I has resultedfrom 0-, to this office;""hntl requesting all sorts of pro, small house ; then came the carts and casks TDK '..- it
FOISOXOVS .
, the adoption of Pe erR'Vegetable Tills, dur. THE Sub riJcr having taken out Letters of i fessional, gentlcmonparsonJ1, lawyers,,doc. of the Poudrette ; then followed la. At :i
company
ill period ofnpwards of five Hit llIIS and I I on the Ksuto of Thomas I : a.recentmogofdi.Ry.tGecgrz.plucal -
l : a years numerous m\r superior line is now opening for I DeficIt ; tors, teachers musicians, dancing'masterY dies' silk
and extraordinary cures which they ban performed use cnrryin the Great Florida i deceased, requests all indebted to make stockings confectionary, several Society, considerabk interest was .x.
upon hundreds of individual whom they havo: erly unit by the Anigalor, Route. Mail, form : said pnymcnt Estate, amid. that all those-having claims again$ I and others. ,-to caB l, preparatory to a require.ment gross of blacking, kegs of printing j ink, hats,' cited by an extract fromaleuer of JUr.$ ,Alexander .
rescued from almost inevitable death will present ihe-m imm'cdialcly.T of thci; professional sen'ices. These cheese umbrellas :
after they Schedule commencing the WIlL I ) upholsters,carpenters,buil. London communicated to the IOciCI& :
been pronounced incnraMo of jN'or. HENRY DUN!. letters or notes numbered ders .
had by-the halt
most cmi- ? over a bun. teachers, of description, and all by John Borrow

Peters ncnl of i warmly the faculty r.nd-justifies conscieiiliy, Tully rccnmnirndinfllicm juslifie.o' Dr. days Leaves at 4 Mobile P. M.,, Tuesdays connecting, Thursday in Mobile and Bay Satur with "1 _-------.--:-.--*-.'--cc.---,--Jan-.._ _2d_ _18_ _0_ _ 22_ _._ and dred in; they the were all wntten in tho same hand,, kinds of goods :and every people. 'A dray came an account of visit, Esq.tr* a.Tb small fctUf vallsjy co, taiocd.m ths

the New TiIE higher rciiiiuin will! bo same style, on coarse paper, aud I with three barrels of beer and let island
lo the special notico of Urn afflicted. Orlc ins Sh:amer w hen arc in PC.tsun. i. paid for Note of a rope to of Java which is particularly remarkr
Peters' Vcgolablo Pills are tIle safest, mosl effectual Arrive at Apalachicola! and Tnllahassco they Wcdncj- L'fe tho and Bank State Georgia or Ai'gnsla, Florida all sent through the i post office, directing the them down into the cellar ; another came to able for its power distroybg in arerj sfeort .

', and economical remedy for diseases of the days, Fridays and Sundays, and nt Charleston[ Fri Carolina Banks Trust Company? Noilh! and South different individuals to \\\aoO .they were addresod. take measure for a suit of mourning ; and at space of time, the lifo a-

.kuman_ .n..constitution__ %._ .__.._.that.__ _has' .. cvcrbccn_. _.' discovered.. days, Sundays) and, rI Tuesdays L at night. Time. _., _in I immediato. : :wulica.lion;, or drafts j" "".1.on .Northern.. Cities, if. S ..(o bo punctuaL' in their attendance at last came the climax. 'i: exposed to.its atmosphere.ofcrsnysnm4
S. .l'vr. ) f"voralo.wrter < .I..r. .. thc "
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wvw-i lnet1Jeomrom :
a. ;
ffr. -- 7.----u mggd 21 Ann street 'otiWedues. A second
( ; : : iy'k'nOWLINGor ,doctor had scarcely left the room It is distant joak
( his knowledge of the human system, derived I i J "v.s Orleans to Charleston, and lo the j dac 4 mlay,:tk* 1th inst.:at eleven three m. .
L. oV'ock'
r from ]lonfanjr cxlcnsivo practice, lias arrived lo'' Wilmington Steam Boutis. A. TIlmMI'5or.; precisely. before a lawyer came Lu to makea will. lIe Java, 11d'ot 4tft of'J 1t; _. -

this eoncullion.thnl the great and primary cause of r Passage c.nd Pare. t'nitod Accordingly about"11 o'1ock, while we was still nroant. whorl Mr GillcIIlrio. 'n, ._ entered_ -__ __ "_.n I--_ wth. .D ...u.. ua I'1'.1u IKI'_.. ._ _. .
: UIIIUUlJ .Y &W
I1's Mail y. ] 1AI'w ,
moll diseases is i a derangement in the functions ol F Mobile to Pcnsacola, $10 were quietly sitting( at our desk, the door of andobscrvcd It is.known by"the name of Gasro UpM

the liver; or in oilier words, an increased: or dimin. ]Mobile! to Apalachieola, 20 our editorial room was opeccd, and in walkeda 1U r. Beanett poisoned ,:: ot
idied secretion of the Rile. dark Valley; and,following a path which
j.oblle to Tallahasroc, 26 50 dingy looking man, his arms and hands Yes.. had been
So well is this understood, that it is made for ,that th.
common for ] to Charleston loaded purpose, party,
, G5 I t with pieces of iron bars instrumonts It's all I '
.. persons to say when they feel unwell.that they arc Tdllahasucu to rulswiel., i.'C 50 From Columbus to Challahoochic in four Ilorxci. tj-c. for right, suppose ? shortly afterwards: reached il, .wtJ ..; C0UP1ofdogsand
iillious,meaning lhal have loo much bile necessary repairing a grate. He 'What's all right l'
they Post
\ on I Talalllsco to Charleston, :33 Coaches, by way of Lumpkin, Cuthbrrl some fowls for the of
tkc stomach. On the other hand, when thc flow of ; FI very leisurely laid theih down tho fire Is ho purpose
I to Si Augustine ;37{ Gaines, Blakcly, Porters Ferry, anti Brown'* fcr-j by I up stairs or down 7' making,exper menls. On arriving at jltqmountain
bile i k diminished, tho of digestion is imperfectly Forward place, and work and
. process deck passengers half]>rice in tie Steam: *y- began to to talk Birnulla- Who 7' the
dismounted
. performed, the patient becomes weak and Boats, through, to lake outside on vr.s I ueously :- : Tho K-ul party aad..aam.
emaciated because nourichmcnt contained in the and meals at the second table when seat required.stages I LEA Chaltahoochio every Tuesday and I I man that I'm to mcasuro for a bled up tho-side of a hill, a distance of a qaar.
! after This fire should
, tho have coffin.
arrival not been made
I food taken into the stomach is not properly extract. Passengers laking tickets through, and proceedng steamer Commerce from of the United Slates:: this here ter of a mile, with tlie assistance of branches
rr cd, and the food is ejected in a crude slate. Dr. regularly with thc linc.aro Apalachieola, and arrives morning.. We've no dead men here. We are all of trees and
rI. subject no charge every Thursday and projecting roots In
it. Peters is confident that tho famous Hyccan Theory {whatever for Meals, Punday at 8o'clock A. Al.t / 'Should'nt it?' we replied. alive, and likely to remain This is efthe copse*
Persons so.
Portciago or any nccrshary taking this line tu Columbus will no I qucncc heavy rain .that had fallen during
find
fo called that impurity of the blood is the accommodation.TJI it I 'I must take it all '
out he place for dead
quicker l L.LCII hour-, t'uii' rejoined.You'll men.
the rout of the night, this rendered
Ir- was
by
.difS.
of all diseases i i. way .1 raore
n
cause great absurdity.
Evcry Hotels
in '
and winton do '
lrnwik Tallahassee are of r and FlorrncunJ fur no such thingwe continued. Well I received '
comfort and it this note. cult and
t who reflects the case occasioned much When _
tone subject e. moment, will fatigue.
I.'r upon o der. Stage Road (to Pass. mu>t be admitted by all that lh' ro.id i i4 mocli Letter 'Then I can't work at lire Herald
that of blood grate. 21 Ann few from .
the Office
st. yards
f. perceive impurity is a secondary, which requires but 3C hours ) the Proprietors have than oilier the valley, a strong
not a primary complainl-tbo effect end not the provided Eating Houses, under: Iho charge of well I any leading to Chaltahoochic.AGKKTS. 'And who wants you to work at it?' Mr. Bennett would be obliged to Mr. Gil. and suffocation smell was experienced but

/ tiuse of dise .so. If'hon the functions cf the liver qualified Steward, at which they can promise, ; 'You sent for me to do it.' lespie to call at the office on WednesUay on approaching ,the this ioconveaicnce ;
,I L, are deranged, and the flow of bile l increased, it is comfortable a'nd served Meals. Columbus, Oglclhorpc House, W Bcddell- Did I?' margin, ,
neatly morning, to take the for
Lumpkin, Phtrnix measure a coffin for a was DO longer found. The
Hotel
often taken up by the absorbent vessels and carried This is 11 Boacham, setae thai
a desirable for ladies 'Yes '
route and will I there's
into the circulation, and becomes mingled with the IIti more 8", when an intended accommodationetngo be Cuthkcrt, John Rue, t ; .your note, handing the fol young man who has died suddenly. now presented itself is described u of tho

I blood as in jaundice, when the patient bfiows it in avoiding night travelling, is established. I Fort Gaines: C A Sud.lith. I lowing: It's a hOIxfe repled; but had scarcely most appalling nature. 'the valley is about

Jjis countenance.: Now, ihia.impurily of the blood Two commodious Coaches can bo sent at a L Challihoocl.io, 'V 11 Willl! r. Herald OJcc,2l Ann street, uttered the words: when six carriages and a half mile circumference, of an oral!shape
IK; caused by an increased flow of bile, and to remedy time. ; and Horses THE:: PfWl'HI ETOJt. I Dec. 9 1839. I hearse drove ,
the and
Tie Stages cannot be surpalsdon Dec 21 20 up to door, with an underta. about thirty or lhifjy.fire feet in depth.
ityoumustCOrreC' the secretion of the liver, and j. any line in [ Union. The Steamers \n. the I Mr. Bennett will be l ker
and
I.It restore it to a healthy slate. '.Chesapeake"tie and "Soulherncr'1 obliged to Mr. -,;] all the materials requisite to conducta 'The bottom of it appeared to be flat withoaf

Dr. Peters has spent much time in experiment- and the "Champion" and "King-ton"on on the the Atlanticsuperior Gulf JAMES B.GAMBLE and his IIrotltcrJGUAT.. to scud a man to repair the grates in the editorial -i' highly respectable funeral ; and tho conductors any vegetation, and a few largo stones scat.

in with different vegetable medicines fir diseases GAMULE have this room, on Wednesday morning at 11 o' of the could cred
( arc selected as snfc sea boats-bul whenever the m day amounted in carriages scarcely be persuaded here and there. Th attention of,tbft
of the liver; and nw offers his Vegetable Pills, us wcathcp i i.. too frlormy off the coast, all the trip on the business, at and the old strnd ofGAMr.LE & REm. under clock. Bring some iron bars, and plenty of that there was not a corpse in the party was immediately attracted to the number
- the best mot convenient and cheapest medicine, the Atlantinand pnrl on the will be made name Sole of JAMES B. GAIIBLE & Co. place, that it
I Gllr by a.k the tools.It's was essentially to bu. skeletons of human
beings
thai can be prepared for general use. They same liberal share of public necessary ,tigers,boars
inland .
t Dr. Peters flatters himself that isis long cxprri- | prfetl.rre : the Line age bestowed on 1118 late firm.JAMES patron a hoax, my good fellow,' we replied, :ry right ofi 'This ended the heax ; which, deer, and all sorts of birds and wild animals
itt
owning
Iti meeting with vegetable medicines has enabled him he Jrolrictorl:1lc pit-serve Iho connections thru.holtwi with un. B. GAMBLE; 'no such order was ever sent from this olficc.' i although it perhaps afforded amusement to which lay about in profusion. The.ground

i todil'Mvcrthr.lruo and only substitute answering wall ccrlainty. J. GKATTAN GA.MCLE. 'Then I wish I could find the fellow who j some idle scoundrel, was a source of annoy on which they lay, at the bottom of tha
valley,
the purposes of mercurials without any of their This I Line connects on the trill] leaving Mobile Jan 4, 1840 22 I did send it. I'd file his eye teeth for him,' ance and inconvenience to a great res- appearedjo be a hand sandy snbstance ,anduu

il tUendnt evils. One great quality .f his vcgela- oi l 1Tucsdsy,a sid Tallahassee Wednesday, with '.-' said the_ t.i.i.:. .-.:.mith...;.., _._ .J.n.. "..it.........,. .. u:. ", ,.f"h'nf.-1.' T. .___ _____many. n'f' .. ..---- ---- ---- _..' .. -. .;,
.. M u coa'o 'n -- III"' J'V-''''' 'UU\"U\u. A UUII, I nua
oLIo pill is that they have the alternative principle lUitchclI, O Ul' However, on Inc t apu [jc 1 1V1)WA ISSulog Irotad: Der
strainer from
Brunswick
a St. 'I
k.I. comhincd with Ihrircalhartic operative qualities, arc moreover two, and to three Augustine.boats 'L'hrn week Formerly of J\Iotcombe, in the County of Tho tools, and went grumbling! out of the room. whole, of too ludicrous a nature not to cause I any opening through.which it night e.c.pe

- so lhal they not only cleanse the clomacJi and bowels from Brunswick lo generally. Marys flack Creek D, &c Dorset, England, or to his next of kin. same moment that saw his departure: a hearty laugh at the ingenuity of the fellow I and' the sides were cowered with vegetation.
1 by purging, l but they regulate the liver, change thus saw the entrance of a good looking middle who and It
planned it.
.4It forming sn expeditious and pleasant communication NOTICE is hereby given, that if the aid perpetrated was now proposed to enter it, and each
the morbid secretions, slrrnglhen the digestive organs between East and Vest aged man, who came in 1
Florida. Mitchell, semi of Thomas and Ann bustling with a pro of the party, having lit a.cigar, managed ta
Ihi blood I t .
purify invigorate the circulation
;. Ordinary hD gage lakcnwiihlhc, charge nnd Mitchell, Molcombc, afurc&afd fessional air, and quietly pulling a large red getithin
: and give tone and energy to the nervous system. moderate cliar8 made for extra been should now Iivimigoi A HEART TOUCHIXC STORY. j twenty feet of(he bottom where asickening
baggage. de.nfl. have left
morocco from
a. They are mild and plcasanl in their operation, I any personal rcprcbcnla case his coat pocket, untied the A and nauseous smell was
Brunswick ezpcrieneed.without
Nov. 2d, I 1839-novU ivcs in America, lie or .they hear of genteel intelligent young man, a- *
and convey almost immediate coiyiclion of their I thing to his their may some strings, unrolled tho same, and displayed a bout I any difficulty of breatb lg. A
I. utility from the first dose. They can bo taken with Fresh Seed or advantage, by applying cither f fearful of instruments for thirty years ofage, named Goorgo Mortimer dog
.1, 'fely by persons of and the feeble the .KITCHEN GA//DEN, Hcrband flower seeds. I personally or by letter, 'post paid, to us the under army amputating, Wardwell was recently taken up at St. was now fastened at the end of a bamboo, and
and
any age; :
scalping .
JC. infirm, the nervous, and delicate, arc strengthen lot of Bulbous Flower Root*, all I signed Should, within three months from tho date hereof: scarifying.'Is Louis on a charge of being drunk in the streets; thrust to the bottom of the valley, while ao
or ed warranted fresh. any person be able to send a certificate of he up stairs or down said the of the with : .
by their operation because., clear tit: sysMH A _.__ .. I l 11l for surgeon, and disturbing the (peace. lIe plead guilty to party thcirwalr tu.
kvljdcatiiaiodcratorci. he :
it. ( .4 Isumui. JUfC*-in.1 Hmnmmn'rT'&niMWfc and itenllwncss t ant, giving ful diir'ctions' for tie culture of fruit hi ciMrp nTaU 44 n.ol- r lie-.-. ,- -. .ao.M_- ..turned- -- 'out Jt_ .lo be.I ..: .. th charge, aitd.evidently labcged umkrETcut Q1.tscned.i J. dog feU off JVllliont.monng -'
from \\hatcvcr source, invariably yearn -jg e.
\
emigrated I
vegetables, fl.uwcr Just received and for salt from : about J count himself (we from the St. Louis; or looking round, andcoatuucd )-
produces sound bleep. S England j years sine**, and the last swer.Will, copy
4I. by" RANDOLPH & LEWIS. i j leitcr J coivcd from it not be to amputate? he alive bnly eighteen minutes. The.othfr
The Vfgciabte Pith are a sure remedy fcr jaun- tcel4 I r him was dated at New York, necessary ulletin) be replied : .
-dice,aick aud ncrvoushcadachcdyspepsia costiveness *> Ion I lic25lh! of Juno 1836, in which letter ho c<-: continued with a very scientific shrug. Sir-I have now arrived at that extremity dog now loft the party, and wont to his com

sickness of Ibc stomach heartburn, all billions JVOTICK. pressed In intention of going to tho West Florida That you must find out for yourself.. which long I becnma panion. On reaching him he was obaerred
,
degradation satisfied
complaints, fevers of all kinds, and if taken at the Charles C. lull and Mr. ThM. J. Petli ins or lo Iho Western States to scltlc. Well, is be hurt badly.' o ago to stand quite motionless, and at the end often
"In.
commencement will invariably check these progress arc my authorize agentsdurinff my ubnco Dated this I0'h day of October, 1C39. al Shaflcs- Who do would one day or other become my seconds he fell down he
moved his
and save the paticnl from a protracted and dangorns from thp Territory. \VM. I P GORMAN.Doct Luryin the County of Dorse', En 1.nd. you mcanl'p ortion. Sir, I do not believe I was born to, ; never
sickness. They invaluable in nervous and I SO IIANNEN& UTTER{, Solicitor! The compositor that has received a d.in. this.: I In my youth, when I first started in limbs after, and lived only seven minutes Afowl

iiypocondrical! afTicliotis loss of appetite, and allVvunplainls ------ .- '-'- --- ..- Any further infor.nalion ran bo qhUincd of Jas. gerous wound, and that you sent for me to tho world prospects and hopes were as was now thrown in, which died in aminute
* to which females alone Dissolution. 1). Gamble & Co. Tallahassee. 22 attend.. my and and
.. arc fultjccl. jin 1 a half another, which ,wasthrowninaftcritdiedinthespaceofamiu.
the which bent I
'They operate as a mild and speedy purge and ere )ht'l.tofof', c\i"tin of THE C'Patnrrlhil : you was ejaculation.
wife when I"as
beautiful
a cafe and certain rrincdy Tor worms in children. and tic saSseribr Information a twenty
I Since I have inlioduccd my Vegetable Pills to was(dissolved on the 2fth!VII of September: last, '\ANTED of a man hj'lhe name P.ilnck) 'Yes, here's your note;' handing the follow. | eight years old, and had acquired a considerable ute and a half. A he 'vy shower of rain fell

time public I have received numerous certificates of by the death of Mr. Vass. The business wi I be Y' Brown, that stands about 6 fret, red hair, ing :- competence. Sir, I need not tell you duringthe time these exprimcntswere. going

1. their superior cflicaty in curing diccaurs, also( Bottled I bv C F lUEIIR, about the ago of 26 y'atSVh.. left New York in Herald Office/ 21 Ann street, how I loved her I see by your countenance forward. ,

. tnsny letters from rc--perlablc physician, who have surviving Partner.Suwnnnec .September 1837 for Tampa Bay, East Florida, ]ec. 10, 1830. that know of human On thc.opposite side of tha valley to that
r used them in Ihcir practice with: the best success.t Springs, last Florida, Dec. 7th lieii lift heard from il was in November I8J8 in I Ialhoun you something nature which visited
Mr. Bennett was
ifC Mr. to to lay a human skeleton the .
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might publish a small volume of certificate county, Wct-l Florida. fehouM this meet requests come and are already satisfied that 1 am not a common
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U. but consider il unnecessary as tho medicine will Boot 11:i a n factorysubscrilier the l ejc of any one acquainlod with him, they vvdl this office immediately, to attund a compositorwho loafer-and that I havo been driven to head resting on the right arm. TIM" effects

el U. recommend it>clf to all who will make trial of il. lE !now prepared lumanufai:turc confer an cvcilusting favor on his di&roiilciiu-d I has received a dangerous wound.- the prescn. extremity by some extraordinary of the weather had bleached the bones u ..

Picparcd by Jo. Prrsllcy Peters, M. I-). No. 129 any work in isis Iinc, at fair prices, and ha v. I. wife,Julia Brown, and family by addrevinj l Isci r Bring the requisite instruments, as amputation circumstances. But I will proceed with mystory. white as ivory. Two hours were parsed in
Liberty street New York. JlLchJIX contains 40] ing employed a number ot the host workmen horn, i| with a few lines, in care of James Cau pills. Price 50 cents. For ,alo by tho city of New York, giving them tho hiIf'lt j '1U7. Ch"1 ry street, New York, staling particular. may necessary. Two years after I was married to my J j in
a I It is a hoax, Doctor no one received 'I getting out of it,, owing ::to1ho
.lIahusec-U.nt,1ph! t Lewis, Edward Bar wages, and determined supply a good Dec 7. 1 Id ; wife-who was a young English lady of' rain that had fallen. The human
I - wounds in this office.. skeletons
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Calf Skin and Morocco. I lb lo trust \ reccivolhclpalronago handsomo expectations-and had a'beautiful
"homuvi1Simeon Smith, E ScixasMonlicc'.lo of tbo"p who consider the CnCflt I Steamboat Ifolel.T Then I wish 1 could find the fellow out, I'd : \ to bless me with his innocent endearments, arc supposed to be those of re.who. hadptrsucd .

S -A Wirirk mcnl of the southern irunufaclure. Repairing I' IHE: above establishment having undergone amputate his cars!' said the Doctor, as he bow< received letters from England, announcing been from the main road) ttd taken

Ie jcuu\ie-Burncl & Taylor done neatly and promptly.. ,I. thorough tojidir.s, the suli-trriber begs Jcavclo rolled his instruments. Before he left the : refuge the valley without their knowledge
irform his friends and the public up t the death of wife's father, and soliciting
Quincy-Dr Davidson, James Thomas & Co. FREDERICK) riLKJl.of : ; generally, Ih.tl my of
TahkhIasKeeJu1y13-tf Dc2l I 20mC '| ho intends continuing bu'inf and hopes (through room, a spruce looking little man entered 1,, me to come to England immediately, for the: I tho danger to which they were then exposing

. liisunrcmilted exertion, to icccivo a liberal than I with a dignified air, and Lowing politely, ex- purpose settling up the afTiirs of the de.: themselves.
, NOTICE. BOOKS AND STATIONARY.lof I f palromge. cl:1illledfr.. Bennett I -
presume. ceased and wife's of the
GENERAL meeting of the stockholders Good sublcs and osllcr. receiving my portion HOME.
A Win. Wilson & (.co. O. flIcTliiliua! '. 'I He has also 'Yes, sir,' was the answer. The little.follow : estate. I immediately made ptepartions for
J' the Union hank of Florida will bo lirldattheir I a good convenient hark: ami firstrate The editor of tho New York Star thus
A Hanking IIou c in the city; of Tallahasseeon ON the 1st nf Novrmbor.. 1S39: having formed horses and driver, which will be kept at all I Iates then knelt down at our feet, and then I my departure, and leaving my wife under the

-e the first Monday in February next, to appoinl Directors [ i- Co-partnership under tie style of Gl'.O hiMULLIN rcadjfor the accommodation of Uuvcllcrs. taking one of our boots on his knee, pulled protection of an intimate friend, whose namewas feelingly discours of and beautifully illustrates

;% for the cnsuing year, nnd fur other purpoJUUN 1.OOKS and STATIONARY t CO. for, offer limo purpose to the public of trading I great In I Iariety The attended receiving:0. and forwarding business, promptly out some tape and a rule, remarking, Would I Henry Anson WillQiigliby set sail for; domestic happiness :_ ,.

DeG 81 M I 1'.fltKUILLCasbicr.v in their Hut cheap fur cash, or approved Goods stored with care. you prefer fine calf or morocco 7' England. lIB who "tempers the wind to the'shorn

a crcdil. 22 Jan < 3t The above cxtabliHhnienl i is situated immediately S Neither.' My business detained me longer than I had I lamb,"-who causes the dew to descend, and ;

Runaway or Stolen, A Curd.HE on the bank, of limo Apalachieola rivrr. You dont want thick cordovans l' anticipated, and I began to feel the most intense the earth to bring forth its fruits, will provide

-"I FROM named my p'.amation'!: on llm Jsi 1 iiitL a mulatto : Subscriber having; on limo Ulof Nov. last, J WOOTEN.Chatlahonrhip No.' anxiety In regard to my family. The for each created being; the place on earth left

r 20 years of age DENNla., or a icdish Said east boy, about remarkable F 9 a' cloitd I.il business in BOOKS and STITIONART,: --- ----, Dec 11 I .--- -IOwG- ,.- : Do you wish rights oj lefts 7' l letters which I received from my' wife: grew: vacant by death supplied by.the birth of the

c! kinky Hair for mulatto, rpcils: ralheri>low bul bold I, is d'siroul of a M-ltlcincnt with Ins customer, Port Leon. I wish to be len alone, and you to right about hricfatd) unfrequcnt, sometimes startling me living. Let man be only industrious and

rather slender! ar.d carried away wilh Jem: two I Those who may nol call find) it give convenient their notes.to pay Thnsr raslr, OTICK": is i hereby given, that the Road from face nnd be oti*.' I with their adruptncss. Just before the final frugal, trust to Providence for bread, 'and hw V
to
Lta coats,ono second )hand bottle grren,without sleeve :who t requested neglect this notice alI will, after the 15lh of iiiiiitl Port Leon, intercutting a few hundred yardlloa.t You sent for me, and here's the order,' steps| in regard to my wife's portion were a. children will not want. How many married r
oilier of time the
the an oldish blue! and white Magnolia bridge, road leadmir |from
wool
the crown round. a hat. with i their accounts in ho hands of RODKRT: W. Jefferson and Madison counlic to StMark.-, in ready handing mo the following : bout to be Completed, I received, a letter from: menhave been saved from ruin -from being

j Said boy was purchased of Hughes and Patteron \\'utE. who i is my authorised attorney In this re. for USP. Herald Office/ 21 Ann st. America\ warning me to hasten home, if I I j.plunged into bad habits wanton extravagance

Tallahassee, about a }car ago, but ill5upposcdGLue :- ..22 .-4t -.-WAI.--WILSON.spcel. .- This road is of superior construction, and affordgreater I Mr. Beimel will be obliged to Mr. Ledderman would preserve my future happiu ss and the J and debased pleasures, by' the sacred ties .

. been enticed nuay ly come white man. NOTICE. facilities lo llin,u tliblrictsof cuimtry l'inj g to Mi-nd to him his journeyman, to take honor of my wife Imagino my dismay 1M which bind him ft> his wife and children T

,on uc A reward of and 25 dollars will l>c paid if taken i ii NOTICE is hernliy given that I shall apply a L north than and cant have of heretofore Porl Leon existed., in reaching Wharvcn d -hil'pinport. and; measure fur a pair of toots, as early as possible :. hurried home, leaving my business still uusettied How many unhappy disscntions have been

Territory, 50 dollars if.lakcn out of tbc term of Jefferson County Court, to I commodious warehouses 1111\8 been on Wednesday morning, the llth instant: and arrived in time to find my hearth desolate reconciled! between man and wife, through
Tcnitoryatvd lodged in county jail delivered d rouxliuUcd I al I
t1J t1I lily plantation 12 miles any from Tallahassee on the have Gco and the Henry lands Peoples owned jointly, by myself, Henry Port Leon, and arc prepared for business. Please let it be before 11 in tho morning. my wife eloped with-' my friend WilImighby I. the-powerful influence 'of, attachment to their
partitioned.
1'I Tliomunl'io; road, and I IQO dollars will be paid I for 7, 1839-IBSAM. I.1NlII4flYltI). JI'C 14 158 'It's a hoax, my good fellow : nobody but and my boy-my darling boy:in the: offspring How many crimes have been prevented

' M'c' ruffian bo assiblsd in Ins absconding. ---- ---- Ryder makes my )boots.' orphan asylum an object of public charity. by parents,.from apprehension of en.
. REID lakes thin occasion lo lender to hi w EW GOODS.
. JACOB STROM ;I Immediately after this, two police officersentered had represented himself ns a tailing infamy on' their children I When' we
t The and those who have : -i Willoughby
Quincy Sentinel Pcnsacola. Gauttelrwin- patronized hin I [IE: unilcr igncd have received.by recent .+ '
1I ten Herald, Al.., Couric, Augusta, Os., and Mi I. his thanks for their kindness, and begs for his I 'I rivaisnnd opened allhoir alorc Nos. J X.a 2 with large sticks and nearly rich planter from Alabama, and that he was see married persons unhappy' .avoiding each

4 con Messenger are rcqueilcj to insert tho abovetlircewoeksaMl fiiend and former partner, a clnlinuam'l of their I liciry'j) Uow. a general and will assorted block ol less, exclaiming Has ho escaped ?btClth..1' sojourning at tho north for the purpose of regaining I- other, and indulging perpetual jars, hW

."' tend Ihcir hill! to this office. business. Jl will devote. his entire attention lo the! I Fall and Winter Goods, consisting in part <4* armed ? how wns it done 7' his health. Placing my child und ;r frequently do we trace the cause -io 'their

It jln j 15 24 w3Valuable Sioragu Commission Business, al Port I.con.le fiaging ui.ii Bale Rope, Who ? how ? what the devil do you meant'I I proper protection, I flew.in pursuit of the destroyer having no children What can bo more grati
pledges himself to Ihoso who favor him l.IIP0'. and
may Kerrey',
lauds lor Sale. their' business, to use, in all cancx, his best French, Whilurr, Duffil and twilled Uluni 4 Thokruffian alluded to in this letter, just of my peace, ovith my heart bursting lying to the just pride of( parents, than seejag

, TilE subscriber having a greater quantity of j judgment to promote their inlcresl. All :terf S ketx sent by you to Justice Merritt : with revenge. At Montgomery, f(Ala.) .the tender flower, "I e\r ed connniiilgrew/* -

than is desirable for his own culthatioI., adJetn'd< to him, anil Icfl at tho store of cither J. Lowell NOS. 1 & 2 Ozaaburg, Herald Office, 21 ,Ann street, learned thai Willoughby )had been .there, i iu .unfolding ita beauties,'and throwing' arottnd

) offers for sale three valuable p!. i, B. Gamble Kcrr &. Kirkscy, or J E Broomc 'CiiI.I. heavy Russet Brogans Dec. 9th, 1839. with a lady, who ho called hjuf wif(; them its flth perfumes; or in.rearing tie'.teo.

: titled J on Black Creek, about thirteen miles cast will be forwarded immediately him ol Putt Ln.Jan Kich Brussels and ticotch Carpets, Mr. Bennett will be obliged to Mr. JusticeMerritt that company ho had been for a notorious blackleg I der plant, until it becomes a noble tree watered
from Tallahassee, containing: thirteen hundredacres 4 22 4t Brussels, Wiltoi and Taftcd RugFashioii.ible -, years a '
J brass to send two officers, instantly, to ap.prehend I. and swindler and had to 'Mobile by care and watchful Iattantlot'Wbi *
600 of which are in a high ttate of cultivation Fenders, and gone .
;lt the residue mostly rich hammock land, with Wnda l.ewelry, ..Silver Wore &c.D : Carved And.,ron", a rascal who has inflicted a dangerous ; leaving his wife (my i>{ife/ ) behind, in circutx- :.' i in:flickuces, who smoothes 'your piBew.

; all the necessary farm houses and outbuildings I ; AUSTIN, Jr.&..CO.; I Mahogany & Gilt-fratned Mantel Glasses.,, wound on one of his compositors. stances of destitution. After.waiting for whosehindfevered presses-. more:affectionately erer

. tse crops raised upon this plantation hate not been kayo removed to the Fealhers, Malrassei and BcdHtoadn, Please send immediately, ns ho may'makehis somo time, arid hearing nothi g from her basoparamour your brew, than your:child'* 'And;
: surpassed bjr anjr in the country Another, aVout With a general assortment of choice Groceries, when th..confines of
ftoro formerly occupied by; of of, oo eternity,whom do
the 13." and escape. she borrowed money some wo
same distance nottheasi from Hardwaio Cutlery, and ,
ijLi Taltahswo, H Co! Staple Fancy Dry
i(, toutsining about 700 acres, of rich oak and hickory .. : Wm they are Wyatt now & :,a whec bean Goods', fine Boots and Shoes, Hat and Caps, 11 never sent the note,and Have had no one the citizens and followed nim I enfold in our partg'.mbra.e; and partiag1

.s Jandwitb'60 or 70, acres in cultivation ;and tiful' of in Crockery and Glass Ware, Picklus, Calsups, Jollies stabhod. I dont allow any loafers,or ruffiansto Mod \ ''rage and disappointment, I i benediction, more ..anoctioriately 'our

.#. another in Hamilton county, abyul ten mile. from I I\TVS ?i pft?r fep v r their u8rLJt'nt line. pitch M aficlt Jams 9yru|>s&c. cqmo b& .' I sued. At Mobile lost all, traces of the putr]r ,children : '\'bat.c' bernqra d oWe 'ta

pit Sov>*nnee' Springs coaUioiog about 2000( If-,, Gold.Lever, Anchor, Cylcn- Allot which they offer on accommotlalis UI. 'Tho officers, as they took their leave like l lain and his wretched victim. I proceededto I age sinking into the graYe nnrnoorM ,' .
Pcrea/A/ small in callivfttioi wiLls farm audit their usual lev/ prices.JAA1E8 .
-1< "&*., This )land part is .of superior quality), for the homes i ca ii. dor and Virgo Wftlchesj. '.Rings, a Diamond Diamond, Onyx.Roby E. BROOMB& Co. true business men, expressed their"great regret is. 'New.Orleans, and,.on making inquiries of and chiMlesaT How earnestly did oar I' .
:: Broaches, > '
.i 1.i -tire of sea island cotton. .5; Mosaic Cameo, Oarnate Enamelled,' c. ; paliithmg.kC as. Gold ,Tallahassee.: Nov 9, 1839. 15tf .that there had not been robbery or murder'f the'different boats, I was told by the Cap'tainor'ono'of in Israel pray the Lord M.laterfiost.:thhctpfhariimesnt #

4 r Also a,tract:of 400 acres at' thf'natraI.biW1 e Fillifre,'WorK) ,j It'tt'and Pint.: Silfcr Ware, .- .5 cpmnitted, by which their: professional them,engaged jn running to ,Su *= "* '*

W UM SL Ma.rks.about, II miles south east of Tm. sueti u Tea 8ei Er, and Desert I Fnrk*; flpopns I, NOTICE. services might helvo.'bocQ required. Llsht]: uwoufap.anawerltiKt1i0 .descrip. k 'I wa .n y.z 'more'forcibly'stroci with:" .

Iii ;!*!' ., half of iMslra'cf is ,. rich' .Uo\'iahoHi: i Cu ., Silver Plated OndloSticki, ,Cake I Subscriber has'jost ,received ond offeH After they left Parson W lmns. in had tho ? bur boat beautiful. resaUs of a"well rnd
'.itUMr0ital* BiJin0rnil) jwatf with greater Cssore3stjofco;? Uln.'and Da.kt, THE sale low for aah, Gcntloro', fine bllckearlSi' CAme I' tion. gate, gone,up per on gar =:

" i 1! t posrer tbap an/Middle rioridaManaoierale .' I '<2un. Pistols Canet Luap Man. a 4.RvlI&a Far Hats, Gentlemen's and; requesting: to4 cQ.tberaon: who. 4v&s .yrag, some* Sme- tuce, ,i t: immediately" embarked tJimfon- .a.neeutoeeuaonla..i, ,. ,
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iJ J -tf, TtewJt4ids.wiUbf ?:prices ai',fltof tie Clock*,atd'ney.Oo dAfc .?v..t, ', Boy's Caps, Travelling Trunks, do.. Bags 'Frau 11. arid wbp- : hod seat for hira'lo pray.by T1,tho; Io..Thj1A&bl ; '*** p.J- ,-a..:.'. '.nifmvmnn'e..",_. ._ ', *.Eetmrnear. ,, *. ,- "e."'.. .l" ..... ,or:4.J' -".-. p
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: .-.------ -1-1 of the Iaw -of nonaa wa w aua11 '-
.. I pilation > .. nl .n. ; ;
oth .-r.' ur iIlire. M' Iaoxsj decetd in relation.to th?,trie*****j';mthuTthWe re.pecthstzicts shall *** he ,. 14".11I""p.cee g*. ( *dthtii1egzneodcdan4ado. axy cOnittee. .- :c- .a, :

ones ahrayg. kept cboai-ofthe' arma1'ill of that things in Florida, and)we. hattt every reason eoLfine4to his own district in selecting and *=-- SENATE.' ,: t were:reported from the Me.-' Hen ,- :,
.t
day, Ih r jqbUcPj and >.n.'thetrWid/y. : attir. to believe he I looks frtih contempt and disgust I entering his bounty land MOHDAT J113.-1tb.: 184Q.- 1 morb ... claims "an:act.J:,' .
That ,
VjlbwaJhug/jo! nd:frees. the].cunc from upon those whor' :hile profeasidg towards Sacf 6. And be it further enacted. The Senate met to adjournment, syr,TH? u, Jan.:,SO, 1840. reLef of George D. Faher : ,
and the bounty lands granted shall he free pursuant I to the House without
ebrale mm the warmest friendship personal political hereby notice,
:the anurrersarft; P4lc !poe new and the the 'last day, were Mr. MiHs, agreeable to previous andcwli
ephoplto offertheir, i cocgrat unions, and ueU attachments were only doing so to an. of taxes, and unalienable, even by judicial t read. proceedings .. asked and.obtained leave to introduce a J port was concurred in.A ,,

; piece another" had' a third, some awer their own selfish ends, and pecuniarybeneficial ale, until the patent issues, and also for one to be an act incorporate the St.John' bill concerning!the,
; anew sang; shall issue to ,. Mr. Mills gives notice that he will, on some. etite t prl.oCpr .
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of flower ) and objects. We were led to these remarks year thereafter, the said patent J II 'n East which was read a second time
offering or some complnneat; introduce bill to t"lr :
jrhen the .whole .i.i"ith cheeks and from'scei g'that'the' President, in his the original settler, alive, and,if dead,it shall future day ask leave to a was Sik Cmpany j grossed., ", ;" _
rosy of the
anerkliag eyes, surrounded the dinner' table, message, had in the following paragraph cal then issue to his next of blood and widow, if _provide for the election judges c un.1 r.. gives notice that he will introduce Bito passed."An act, t provide for. tie "
divided"by
the with foaming led the attention Congress to this subject :-1! he has left a widow be held and ty court. repeal act'entitled act' i appointment:weighers ofcotton for
theirgiali bill die
lo
boys arose 'of FlorWat and On motion of Mr. Wright, the hills sent to a a a t ear. rt t.
ntei but "I think it to call attention to them according to the laws ; circulation of notes of foreign I Jacksonville
once
champaign, (an indulgence gn I proper your I the House of Representatives, were taken I]prohibh. the a awn oJWbtt.
fi year) to drink to the lo.ig: life and continued'happiness the power assumed by Territorial Legisla.tures every alienation of any such bounty"land.;.1 the ordersof banks of a less denomination than five dollars, An ac to an actcg .
; table and
of their father l1d.mother; and to authorise tho issue of bonds by cor. even judicial process, made before the is. from the placed among approve 14th Feb. 1635. passed Feb. 17, 183 ." -' *

I when looking on the comfort which surround. porate companies on the guarantee of the suance ofthe patent, or within one year there. I the day. introduced the following, to I gives notice that he wi on The House went into committee of A

pd. them, their hale and hearty appearance: Territory. Congress passed a law in 1836, after, shall be null and void; and the intrusive i Mr. English a future day, introduce a bill amending the whole on a bill'to"be'entitled,a act uaead
t
the wel| spread board, and the family partyaround providing that no act of a Territorial Legisla. possessor by virtue of any pretended sale, wit : That Council do the acts in relation to the replevy of property, the several.acts ID relation t.lte free os.'

it, who could desist from returning lure, incorporating banks, should have the lease, devise gift, or transfer, contrary to this Resolved, the-Legislative I Mr. Berthelot, from the committee on En.II groea and inulattoes, and Mr.
die the 15th February.Mr.
sine Felc.
thanks the Qmirof: all Good for His bountffuj force of law until approved by Congress, but act, may be turned out of possession at any adjourn from on the committee the state rolled Bills, reported as correctly enrolled, an man,reported said bill to .

? and manifold blessings in having reflect acts of very.exceptionable! character, pre time by an action ejectment in the name of Mills, referred on bill I net to alter and fix the time of holding the I which report was cncurr in. ,'
settler of his widow and heirs at of the Territory,to whom was a
; pd these images nrouud us, in health, in hap. ,'iousl.passcd by the Legislature of Florida, original or increase the number of Superior Courts of Walton county.A The House secret t .'
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piness and in comfort; and who afforded themeans were sutfered to remain in force, by virtue of Jaw! or any one or more of them, or ia the entitled an act to into { resolution before offered by Mr. Mill inrelation following communication from I O
after the Senators. and to lay off the Territory h Exc
of giving. {hem ia&tructioa: And "* daily which bonds may be issued to a very large name of any subsequent purchaser, said bill with to the newspapers in wbich cy the Governor.
those institutions, the faith of said land becomes legally alienable, and full Senatorial Districts, reported EXECUTIVE
bread amount by
$JM upon session should 'I
of the
___ and moved that it be placed a. present b published DJpA.1l
be shall be recovered in tho same suit amendments ;
r damages
the Territory, A resolution: intending to Tallahassee
.
read and laid the 24.18o
From the \Vnijlon t.tlropolis. orders of the for to.morrow. was again on I .
a joint: one, passed the Senate at the same ses. against tho intrusive possessor as a trspas.ser mong the day to 'the second To Honorable the House
FLORIDA BONDS. Bills pa.ueJ.-An repea t of RtpretcXa,
select committee
Berthelot from the to ac
Mr. ,
Every body who has been in the habit of sion, expressing the sense of Congress that and disseizor. of J. A. L. Nor. section ot an act.to entitled, an act to alter the of the Legislative Council ofl'lorjfa
SEC. 7. And be it enacted That whom was referred a petition
the laws in not to be permit further
question ought I
Courts
be how the respectfully to
reading our paper, must aware ar. time ad.manneof holding county represent How
under this act shall reported,that us the subject had receiv. tb
ted remain in force unless amended in. the privilege settling man. t
deatly we hate toiled in bring: {: to the notice of to : consideration of the Councilof in Monroe county, and to extend the several Representatives,that 1 a to
of the ed the favorable
the nation the lament:ible condition of Florida, many material respects hut it failed in the I cause at any time that: the President acts respecting executions, into and over the a unpleasant duty-but P
House of Representatives for want of time, United States shall declare, by proclamation, 1839, 1 by the passage of a bill incorporating lieved on-whc r
and what she hits suffered from improvident''I Southern District ef Florida; an act to repeal ,Strong public \
aid the desired amendments have teen that the objects of his to have been tho Dade Institute, evincing that the peopleof
: not
and and de accom.j ba
wicked acter, require at
to
tegislatij.i; by cunui.ig[ with the an act concerning Dower; an act incorporate my d.
Florida
were deeply impressed
settler
.iguinl'rncae': York: Wall street stock. made. The interests: involved are of great plished and fulfilled; and any the Engine and Hose Company The depreciation of notes of the Dnia
conditions of thi" i of the subject, further action was Lafayette
aud .d The importance, and the subject deserves your comply with the terms and importance William Bank and the
jobbers, gamblers a speculators. ; of Key West; an act to authorize consequent of pro.jerty .
Indian foe whom she i is early ad careful attention." act. shall forfeit all rights arising under the i unnecessary. establish constitute evil appre
agai .st contending, I A bill, entitled an act to repeal the sec. Bell to build a bridge i and a.Ferry a whcb seyere/r-fefo:
and .who is daily murdering and bulchcri.ig I same. over Little Bayou, in Escambia county; a bill both within and 'itut TtrrkoryTa *
From lic! \\lclru."lh.. ond section: or no'act entitled an act to alter t <
her best citizens, sire tot more rcJe. tlcss, I Tile FLORIDA DILL.I From the Rf|>ublicau farmer. the time and manner of holding the" ourts of j to be entitled an net to authorize Edwin G. tending to ruinous consequences and affords '

S more demoniac: or mure injurious! to Florida BRIDGEPORT JAN. 15. Monroe and to extend the several Booth, to establish a ferry across the Apala. the apprehension, that the institution mav. -
I The followi. i is the bill which county D
than the blood.hounds who hare I ig was ordered authorize have been judiciously
are year Steamboat Lexington Burnt-One hundred acts respecting executions into and over the chicola, below Ochesee ; an act to managed.
after year, drank the very hC lrL.s blood of: to a third reading" ia the Senate on the 8th and f fly Lire Lasl.-Our citizens were alarmed Southern Judicial District Florida," passedby John H. Miller to establish a ferry across the It should be with governments as, ir

Democracy in that Territory. We mean I iusr., "To provide for the armed occup-itioii: on Monday! evening, by the appear. the House of Representatives, Jan. 23d, Escambia river, at Owens' Lake. als, whenever it i believed that the t C

those men who have come there from abroad, and settlement of that part of Florida, which ance of a great light at some distance: west, 01. 1840, was read a first and second time, and !, tde to agent i not prosperously e.

and united with them-men equally} as bad in I!;I is now overrun and infested bv marauding the Sound, which was generally believed to referred to the judiciary committee.A HOUSE. i dicate prudence and commonsense
: Florida-to carry out, by means of their : I II conclusive MONDAY, JA*. 27, 1840. to seek in a change of person,
bands: of hostile Indians. be a steamboat on fire. Nothing bill, entitled an act in amendment to m
rag.monied institutions,their gossamer stpck I i Be it enactedc.. That there shall be 1 1i I I however, was heard in regard to it till the ar. an act approved February 3. 1834, concern. The House mst pursuant to adjournmentMr. fortunate results. cEntrtainig
their banks, without the shadow of a soul, and notice that he would on* the fear to which drcuoata.
rival of boat from New York Tuesday of Myers, gave
: '
their athemes, with no more substance in thousand able bear afternoon, which bronght the melancholy the House of Representatives, January r some future day, ask leave to introduce a bill" ces point, t affair ofthe Union Baak' (
ten men, to arms, who
| ng :
.. them than their projectors have honesty; plans shall settle in such parts of Florida, cast of ;intelligence that the light was occasioned by 23, 1840, vas read a first and second time I to amend the act incorporating the bank of have not been skilfully conduce I pr
calculated crush forever the free and noble
to five
'the Suwa mee, a JJ south to Cape Sable, as the coriil.tgration ofthe steamboat Lexington, bv its title, and referred to the committee on Apalachicola-also a bill, to incorporate : to you persons t b Di.rcl
of the Floridians and democracy
spirit trample Batik, who have nbt such
the
which and that all Apalachcola: Academy.Mr. daring
\ shall be designated: by the President! of the was entirely destroyed onb4)ard the judiciary.A .
in the dust; plans which, to enrich their| United States, a bounty of three hundred and except three perished. One ofthe survivors I bill, entitled\ "an act for the relief of Thigpin, gave notice that he would on past year.I .

o projectors, they would accomplish upon the''i j twenty acres of land each, upon the f wing Capt. II lliard. of Norwich, this State, John Bryan." passed by the House of Reprei some future day, ask leave to introduce a bill, ;0 governed al by another.m; t&s
ruin of the and f future of
present generations ]i conditions : whom we have seen and conversed with, \i I sentativss, Jan. 23d, 1840, was read a firstI to repeal an act passed on the 2d of March principle of in ofc apple u it
Florida. Never was there a deeper, more here in the boat. ( 1839,to authorize the Governor to raise troopsfor seems to me, with Unkingcompanies .
I First The settlements to be ia stations, came on I I and second time, and referred- the commit.
malign, wicked,and unscrupulous plot, put on defence Florida and other where, lithe same remain
the ,
( designated by the commander of the United The Lexington: left New York at :3 o'clock, tee on the purposes. persons
foot to ruin any place, than has been for I States troops in Florida, according to a P. :M.\ fur Stouington. About half past 7 o' I judicar.The adjourned until to.mor. The House resolved itself into a commit long a Direct9rs. an opportunity is offered '

Wall years working against Florida,-concocted in (. plan, to be approved by the President general j clock, when ofT Eaton's Neck, L. I., the row. tee of the whole on a resolution heretofore offered them of monopolizing benefits for themselvesand
street, in New York, and carried out i.i ;
Tallahassee. j not leas than forty nor more than one hun. wood-work, casing! &c., about the flues' ,'was TCESD.Y, Jan. 2Sh; 1640. by Mr. Anderson, in relation to the amount their immediate friends.t **" I
I j dred discovered to be on fire. of money heretofore borrowed on the I 00 aware that the step l tiy
settlers be The Senate
I to at each station; ; each settler met pursuant to adjournment. 6
To this end this Rinaldo Rinal-
c accomplish g
dini band have : ''to provide himself with <.1m::; for his defence; An alarmed was immediately given, a'ld all Mr. Mills introduced a bill to b entitled an faith and guarantee of the Territory, for the misconstrued, and repeat, a'
their emissaries and
; agents ':and implements of husbandry to cultivate the 'I efforts to subdue the flames proving unavailing act to provide fc r the election of Judges of the purpose paying off and providing for the guided solely by publicmotives, and intend.no
placed all over the Territory of Florida, and the headed the boat for militia ordered into service by the Governor injurious imputation whatever, to those .
whenever election is take then i ground for his support, aid to remain at his pilot directly Long County Court, and for other purposes which &
to ,
an place station until the Indians are removed, without Island shore. In about 15 minutes it was was read. of Florida; and Mr. Meacham, chairman, re are not renominated of whom I bold i
they to work, aad by means of their
go rag found the tiller burnt in and said resolution to the House amended, respectful consideration.
being absciit; therefrom, ropes were two, Mr. Wright offered the following resolu. ported
and other : except temporarily,
promises, promises of equal value,
for the boat consequently unmanageable.! lions which report was concurred in, and said resolution 1 nominate the following persons to b D c
necessary::; supplies, or for objects! con. :
they generally to of theirmyrmidons
manage gel enough of the Union Bank for the
a: in the Legislature to thcir"thousaud .inectcd I with the subsistence, security, and The engii.e, however, kept in operation, Kesoked, That the Secretar.ofthe Territory is adopted. rectors ensuing
pass under head of steam. The three An act to prevent duelling, heretofore year.
and one" of defence of'the stafion; and no settler shall a heavy be requested to distribute the copies or
acts incorporationsfor small boats out with all \ transmitted to this House by the Senate, was James M. Gilchrist, Richard H.
; rail roads, canals, banks, ar.d other such absent himself from the district in which he were got possible the laws of the Territory a compiled by John Bro
monopolies-the stock of which they : [ may scttc! as hereinafter defined, without haste, b-jt: they swamped soon after they P. Duval, ia the following manner, taking receipts read and laid on the table.\ Robert H. Ber Tom 1zl}Ge,

to get rid of, pocket the atd: manage let the[ : leave from the commanding[ officer of the j struck the water, in consequence: of the speed I for the same: _To the Governor and An act to increase the number of Senators, W. '

:___.___.____._ '.. __ .money r_ __ rL" .! ITiiilrvl_ } Stales trnrii_ xiitliitt. :tIlf'.. ( .,..lriL"t... .. I. at which the steamer was eoinir towards the Secretary of the Territory, each one copyto and to lay off the Territory into Territorial ROBERT RAYMOND REID.
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k llIipI"OnmCIIlJ Jiii Inrougn lor wallt 01 tunas; \ ;;r ; ? ? ? ? shore.A Districts-was read second time and referred Mr. Lancaster, moved that the same b
.ccond.Eacl l J in officer of the ,1
What is this bin 8uJertocgagi; the cul. every judicial Territory, one
downright highway! robncrv?
tivation of grai.i and vegetables for his life-boat, which was aboard, was nlso -t Clerk of the Superior and to the committee on the State of the lad o the table for the present t-e ayes
as much deserving: the punishment of a penitentiary own j i copy : every and called for this motion
p the who support, or for sale to others, for which launched, but by some means was in a few County Courts, one copy-aud to the Clerk Territory. nays were on by '
surely, as mm in pur.
I the and to stops from you I! pose the public had about the station be minutes unfortunately lost. No relief, therefore !j I of the'Court of Appeals, five copies for the passd.-\n act to provide for issuing Messrs. Anderson and Blackbr and were:
highway, save a family star. may
i freely used. was obtained from either of the boats. 'I use of said Court-to each District Attorney writs of Certiorari, and to repeal the act I Yeas Messrs. Arc ber. Car, Da-
3. ration, demaudsyour money or you r life. I In. 11z rd. Each station \ When the Lexington had within about.1' be and heretofore on th* subject.An Gibbs, Lancaster, Livingston, McK
1 the fatter operation there is some show of! to be protected by got one copy, to preserved ccl'cred by pa lb
Mason Meacham ,
.... blockhouses and stockades. 1 two miles of the shore, her engine suddenlyboard ( to their act auhorizeViiam A. Bell tob.u McRaeny, ,
to be .
:i- in ma I6fmef, mere if .unnoug r )ohtr, n put up by -- I sid of.er respectively successor .N Thigpin.-15. __. .'. .
lion of low, mean, poor, puerile, weak, base! ,1 i troops. except by clinging to uch articles of ofthe last nnd present Legislative" Council.a -in- Y scam :criyAn ne11 i, Iays Put: Speaker;' \ndef?* .Ai
I
cowardly,assassination, and cold-blooded rob. .i I Fourth. Special military protection shall be freight as would sustain them, were ci't oW.'I'he : I Resolu That P. A. Hayward b paid. ize John H. lierto establish ferry across Blackburn, Ferguson, Irwin, Saell} Taylor,

IV bcry. The present debt\ of Florida, incurred 1 given to each company of settlers while put. freight ofthe Lexington: consisted principally a provided for the publishing of the Escambia at Owens Lake. An actl I Walker, 8. }

for these contemplated internal improvements,I I Hug up their block.houses! and a general pro. of Cotton, on which some of the passengers \) the laws of the last session, the sum of 875C to authorize John J. Clark to vend goods, The House then
I I
projected by the aforesaid plunderers, scarce tccibn will be afterwards: given by a military. tried to save themsvlvcs, but none sue. I for binding! 750 copies of said compilation, wares and merchandize as a pedlar,free from \ adjoure., 1840.

one of which is, or even will he begun, a. I force k -pt in the country.j ; I cceded except Captnin; Milliard and a fellow which was read. tax. An act, to authorize Edwin G. Booth.to On motion of 'Jr. Anderson, one member.

.- mounts to a tax of about 8140 prr: head on i j Pili ih. The cfiiccr of the Uuitfd States : passenger, both of whom got astride of a Cotton I I Tlc resolution before offered by Mr. Eng. establish a ferry across the Apalachicoia river ofthe Bank committee was permitted to

every white cir.zenEAHLY EQUAL ix PR?- ;j{ trooj>s.preseit: at the establishment! of the ;t bule on which they kept together till 6 I' lish, relative to the adjournment of the Legislative blow Ochesee.' An act to establish a board absent from the House, on the duties of l

PORTION TO THE DEBT OF GnEAT BltlTAIX !. fetation, hall report the names of the settlers: I I o'clock ii; the morning, when the strength of I Council on the 15th February, was port Wardens, aad Commissioners of committee.
I
- f-and this, ''too, while she is yet a TERRI. to the commander or the troops, who hall re. I I Captain Milliard's companion failed. him, aid'l read a second time and laid on the table. wrecks for the Port ot Apalachicola. Mr. Furguson. pursuant to previous nodes, '

_ TORY. We call the attention of CON. '!port them to the Secretary of War, with the I he fell off and was drowned. I The Senate went into committee of the The House then adjourned.. asked aad obtained leave to introduce a biff,to

GRESS: to this subject, as well as the turner- !j day on winch the settler arrived; a copy of i Capt. II. continued upoi: his bale of Cotton whole, Mr. Duval ia the Chair, on a bill en. TUESDAY, JA*. 28, 18-10. be entitled an act to regulate bj Sheriffs

pus monopolies chartered by the Legislature !j|I which shall be evidence of the settlement. ;, till 11 1 o'clockA.1.: .. Tuesday, whe'i hCl : titled an act to increase the number of Sena. The House met pursuant to adjournment.. : and Constable which was sal rad, and or. I

'; of Florida within the last few years. The New sctllers arriving after the establishment; I" was taken off by a sloop w hich w ent out from :J i tors, and to layof the Territory into Senato- Mr. Furguson, gave notice that he wouldon dered a second reading on toinorroir.Mr. (

c Delegate from that Territory will probablv ; of the station, will report in to the Southport having been thus exposed about 15''1['' rial some time sperxl in its some future day, ask leave to introduce abill Nunis, gave notice that on some future

_ ... present the Jaws, and ask your sanction: : and nearest United States officer immediatel".1 I hours. Two others, clinging to a fragment cons.der"ior the committee reported a sub to be entitled an act to regulate sales. by day he would ask leave. introduce a \ !
t
unless he is iucoceisteiit with the general The names of all the settlers shall (ofth boat, were also rescued by this sloop- |I stitut for said bill. The report was agreed Sheriffs:and Constables.Mr. the migration of free b I

tenor of his life, he \\ill advocate their accept. : in duplicate books, one book for the settlers! in I I one tho engineer,the other a fireman of the :J j to, and the bill passed. S.iell, pursuant to previous notice, ask l, regulating! negroes ito l

t ance. They are favorite measures with that : each district, as hereinafter laid off and a I I unfortunate boat. I!' A bill to be entitled an act to incorporate ths ed and obtained leave to introduce a bill to be Mr. Gibbs,offered the resolution.

I Democratic gentleman, and he-fuels a deep copy thereof l be kept at the principal. military j I The bodies of two others, one a colored I'I''I j I Lnfayettc Engine and Hose Company of Key entitled, "An act to alter the boundary line of Be i Resolved by th following Legislative Covu2 I

and lively interest i in their consummation, by ,I stations ia; each district. woman, were l.kcwisc taken from a part of'; West t, was read a second time, and referred to Calhoun county." which was read and order. of the Territory of. That a

eoeiving your sanction. But we grcully: II Sixth. Rations; shall be allowed to the set. I'I the wreck, on which they had perished with I I I the Committee oa the State ofthe Territory.The cd for a second reading. committee be appointed Flor, to consist s

1 mistrust the spirit of this Congress-the Democraticfpirit tiers for one year, to be delivered to the near. cold. I I House passed and sent to the Senate 0 Mr. Myers pursuant to previous notice, members of the Senate and two members of

which shines so bright, WI par. cst. depot on navigable! water. The number on board, Captain; II. thinks, bill to b entitled an act to establish a board of asked and obtained leave to introduce a bill! to the House of Representatives, whose duty it

tfally to illumine the breasts: of even some of'' Seventh. Ammunitions and arms to be fur. was not less than 175, of whom 150 were I I I Port Wardens and Commissioner of Wrecksfor be entitled, an act to amend an act entitled an hal be to examine the returns of all votes.

& the Whig members-if the Delegate from j.!' nished to the settlers, to be applied for at the passengers: out of which. he believes himselfto the port of Apalachicola-referred to the act to incorporate the Bank of Apalachicola, given for and against the ratification of the

Florida will not find that every act to iricor.P nearest: military pos. be the only one saved.: Among the num. Judiciary Committee.Also which "'a read and ordered for a second consttution, adopted in convention

orate any monopoly in Florida, will receivethe JZighth. An allowance for clothing, for ber, were five or six women, and two or three I a bill to be entitled an act to authorize! reading on to-morrow. Joseph, and that they make due report a

decided disapprobitioi: of Co.igress; and one >car, to be paid half yearly, and not exceeding children. Edwin G. Booth to establish a ferry across Mr. Furguson, gave notice that be wouldon thereof to the Legislative Council. ;

I that he, in urging its passage, will be shrewd- the cost of clothing for privates: in the The scene on board was awful beyond description. J: the Apalachicwla river below Ocheseere.ferred some future day, ask leave to introduce a Several notices for the introduction of bflta .

; Iy suspected by ahem of behg just such a in'.antry! service ofthe United State : The fire being mid w ay ofthe boat, I to the committee oa the State of the bill, relative to appeals.Mr. were given-d presented a nd read a

I q Pemocralaud friend ofthe Admi.iistratipn as j SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That, cut off nil communication from one end to the Territory. Mason, moved that the resolution relating first and second hs.

!h the people in Florida and ourselves think at the return of peace and removal of thc In. other. The passengers crowed together 1:1 Also a bill to be entitled an act to authorize to the final adjournment of ths "House Au engrossed bill. tp act for
him,-tibout as much of one as diins: each settler who shall have the bow and stern moaning and bewailingtheir John J. the b etite a
- our grand. compliedwith Clark to vend goods, wares and merchandise heretofore laid on the table by order of the relief of George D. Y&er, was read tbe
mother is a man. The people in Florida: are these conditions, or his widow and heirsat fate, till compelled to cast themselves! in. : us a pedlar free from tax, which was House, be taken from the table and placed third time and passed. .

now fully convinced of Col. Downing's truesentiments. law in the event of his death, shall be en. to the watery deep, to escape the flames. read and laid on the table. among the orders of the day, which motion An bill, to entitled an act COB-,

They put no faith in the protes. titled to a bounty of three hundred and t wen. The boat drifted with the tide, and sank at Also a bill to be entitled an act to authorize was lost.Mr. cerning engr partition of property b which was read .

% I Rations of a man, when all his works are con. ty acres of land to be scli-ctcd from any of 3 o'clock ofi'our harbor. John H. Mills to establish 1 ferry across theEscambia Sn.ll, presented the- petition of Francis a third time and passed. .

b frary to bis professions, and they put uo con. the public lands in the district in which' he set. river, at Owen's Lake-referred to A. Ros, Sheriff of Calhoun county, pray THURSDAT.JAJT. 30, 1840. .

t fidence in his stability, when his career shows tied, in the pe.iinsula of Florida, or east of The steamboat New Castle, formerly of the committee on the State of the Territory.Also ing the payment of certain accounts. whichwas The House met pursuant to adjournment.,

4 (the fickleness and cbangcbleness ofa weath. the Suwannee river or adjacent keys and isJ.! Philadelphia and rcceally; of Mobile, was to. a bill to bo entitled an act to nuthoriza read and,referred to the committee on A number of private bills were presented, ,

rcock. The Democratic party in Florida ands; tho said selection to be made by the tally wrecked near Tuspan, on the 12th Dec. William A. Bell to build a bridge and establish : claims. read and referred to \

t 'have been contending manfully against the settler according to priority of settlement, so latt; her crew Was saved. She liad.on board a ferry across Little Bayou in Escamba Mr. Meacham,,. presented the petition of A resolution hete coue. by Jfr V

monopoly and bank schemes of their present that first settlers shall have first choices; but at the time 200 Mexican soldiers, destinedfor county-referred to the on teState I sundry citizons o Gadse county, pryinG Tin, in relation to or ofer, save "; :

pelegates and his friends, and already 0 when two or more settlers, in the same dis. Tampico, who were nil saved, and arrived of the Territory. the right to build a bridge over the Ock died diseases,in this Territory,wa .

- ;j heathy) action is perceptible. They.have at4I trict, shall have settled on the same day, pri. nt their place of destination on tho 17th Also a bill to be entitled an act to providefor locnee river, which wasrea and referred to' ceran adopted.

jeaft stopped that ball," which the bankhes ority of choice between them shall be decided ult. issuing writs of Certiorari, and to repealthe the committee on Claim. A resolution heretofore offered Mr.

II bad in motion, by incorporating ia& tlu-ir by lot. -. -- heretofore Mr. Putnam introduced b _
put act passed on that subject-referred sundry resolutions Gibbs, relative te the ratification of Constitution
L state Constitution a clause that no bank di. Sue.! 3. And be it further enacted, That FROM TEXAS. to the committee on the Judiciary. respecting the Compilation of the laws of recently at St. Joseph te wss

I i rector or other officer of a bank, or stock. the President<< hall cause frequent inspectionsto By the arrival of the steam packet Neptune, Adjourned. Florida, which were read. lost-19 to 9. adpte

bolder, -should hold any office in the gift of be made of the settlers at tho stations by in 27 hours from Galveston, wo have reed. \'EPESDAY Jan. 29, 1840. His Excellency the transmitted Billtpasred.-An act to set en. I

|he State, wln'le such officer, dirpctor, or any officer of the lino or staff or verify the ved papers to the 14th instant. John M. Allen The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.Mr. to the House the Goveror tion. titled a act in addition te rp a ,law*.

;1 stockholder, nor for one year thereafter; n presence 01"rhe settlers, and their compliance has been elected mayor Galveston. The Mills gives notice that he will, on EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT;, > now in force, approved March the 4th, 1839*

4I most wholesome democratic reguationwhicl! I with the conditions of this act, and the actual weather had been for some days exceedinglymild some future day, ask leave to introduce a bill Tallahassee, Jan. 28. 1840. '( An act to amend the several acts reli. .

I was strongly opposed by the present Demo. condition of their arms and ammunition. and more like spring than w'inter.It to be entitled an act to incorporate the St.Joha's To the Hon. the House Representatives of tion- to free negroes and i I
slave
frolic delegate and his friends. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That, is said a road is being opened from N a. Silk Company. Also, an act au. th Legislative Coun of The Senate has mun .
Flr solationYMsVpowering
mg' loose to whom Florida is U soon as the can be the t passed the i .
4n greatly surveys safely com. cogdochcs to Trinity, to strike that river thorizo the appointment of a commissioner to In compliance"it 'the

i indebted for .a reformation in these matters: is menced, all the public lands east of i the 8u. near or nt Carolina. The distance is only take testimony i regard to losses sustained by I House ,of Rprsentatve requesting the of the banks.a committee to,investigtethe.aW,

I fhe pressnjt Executive ofthe Territory, a pure, wannee, and also in the peninsula of Florida, sixty miles. Indian 'depredations so as to perpetuate I Governor to inforthe what amount the, The resolutions ee'*.-

1 genuine,.disinterested Democrat.. Under him and in the neighboring keys'! and islands, fit The Austin Texian ship of war arrived a sane. tb:of bonds if any have been-stgned for the use power on and committee of. bet ,

_ 1 we bars DO fear bqt a stop will he put to thesegambling for cultivation, shall be surveyed; and office* few days ago at Galveston, from Baltimore.She Mr. Duval offered a resolution,instructing oftbe .Buten' Life Trust rtar, haye voted ajhousanddolJtrs, ..- I

operations: and we doubt not, that shall be opened. for receiving, in addition to is said to be a splendid vessel, etatfuch, the Judiciary committee to report ji forte Comp ny" time-aid Insrnco"uc was O.more, a rmunert. for-bjserricerJV. *

_I pnderb administration} Florida, poor; 'weak, their other duties, the entries of the settlers handsome and a fust sailer. Another brig, removal of all auctioneers ,who .bi fail, naming the date of the.month and a.ed .Pic! :
.
ack) Florid* will be ,rowed up, resussitated, who can prove a.compliance"ith the condi. the lost.contracted for the use.of the navy by a certain day, to report to the Auditor, ih kows. whether sid bd or any.part a It tbu_ ben rumored in Phfladelpoia-

ana take Utat4ttapd.among!! ? the Slates she so .'lions tnentjoned, in this act; and, to aid such :,the government, is shortly expected. t I lor to pay into the Territorial Treasury the been disposed by that: corporation one of ,Jersey banks .fa\tedeeg,.

c. p icily4.sepez frooj: her resources, the indus. proof,copies: of the book containing the names Congress had provided for sectiqoizing the i several sums due by them. Also, that the or not. I respectfully enclose a let. its issues iu 'sweet.potatoes., We wish J.:*

'try.,of her.btjabitanu, and the lively.spirit olD of tbo settlers, shall be deposited such offi. Cherokee lands, which are soon to be brought coxnmjjtee on Finance b mtrct inquireinto ter add i to me by"the Secretary'of Flor. Brandon Bank would : iho.iiae1 .'Th

acTcy? wbico.is'geoerallyto be,found in ce.. into market, and sold for the benefit of the the propriety of process.Mr. ida. n ed'nt be paflicular, 'hoi -'
'
her *opJjSince'the: appoiatnjent of Judeneid Sec. 5. And be further enacted' That government. They, are the most:valuable Mills offered to tax" rolqtiQu We.have not been able.!o find copies of the hA : )'no-, l '

u Governor% wetbipk\ 1 we.sea lid a.. one lend office shall be opened ia the district tracts uncultivated land in the.country, and ,. Resolved, .That a select appointed bonds alluded to in. the'Ezecntiveoffice' nor t.-N. e'.itJh. : ', ":
(weJnothi IJJqt' Cu"and of coantry.north of the'latitude,.of.tbe mouth will probably sell for a conalderabte'ounL 'Plye :r
: .. to confer with such committee of-the aayrecordqfthtirne; : at which I tbey', The:First
.;.oqr ,sight. We. believe, I too, .of the Withlacoochee; another the district Charles Bigelow' has been 'elected. mayor, House,.of: Representatives,,:aa. may. bo an, ts_., "Ihavo'no'information respectinjuss r! houseeveis : 7'"A'-BS 1. ..:'

I J! ,," r Wit'iq, soon s.e how south of that)line;! : n4I north of,a line. drawn, Houston.. : to desifaatft we .i fa "made. :of the..bonda, .b1 tha bank-i \ eUee&tG. hay -,,.be'." ." '' 'W"

htPr! .i!' > .! tV re 'in .rek..frajrnoir ,across,"tbe.pehinsttla from the. utb8fD.01... Colonel Burleston' had another battle with pit, laws orb t b a1r.nowalPr tbo;: !.. t. *** : *- .,-Ixcej*?*.'\thaL conk. .-: ., r.. 'W, :.r
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tqib: tqht1ey for.'L tremity of. : third i inJbedw.trict'eotfth. the.Cherokee, about 35 miles ." taioed mOd.Ut '.. "
U9A .t. ,. r tfIJ.rud; north-vest of urea.d. > .(in J theurepdn :of the 'Pre.idetwbi bi .' .,. /f
!i.I1I" 1M Pr fWMI" of the Austin I In .bi b'hrii reate : ._'T -.' "i "
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t } W' } .iadodbg r*, : :them, thoughwitJiVhatloMw ttMlut ;beto' 'Mr .. : ; i -

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-. exumnation of .the ot mnk law (al. d The Meadow herJarfjCqecart thii .. -
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0u1D1ZijjA11ASSEE. ""
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FLORIDA? Jdo, with all modesty defer' to the superior I and nd tOtery 'voice'of'Chi' young : :

makers and law expoai.tor ; .
judgment of the law beaatifuraxmgstress regret lbi an: f. \ .

_-sat1D'4&T, Feb. 1, IS&O. who differ with us,) has induced the, be. Her"'snoging'has been milch ,"m- ..gJJ(,tt C11. ., .j' .;. ..1; ', '

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and lief that the concession, made to the Sengle ,- and proof or hi .AUCTIOITEEB,. .: r .: ."

I_ rText will appear the toasts pro- 'last session, of a separate vote, was not justi. a e, is the 'Interest which has been Port loo, Fla. D mmmt!... .... w. ) -

-at a public dinuer given to GovernorSEast fied by the law. The law provides that the of time in these SALES DAY:Etery &t < AUCTIONEER : ,
extracted from the St.qustine I ,through a long,space ,. ,
Florida
i nominations of the Governor be made to the! our We refer, our readers to Wanted a Sitaaiion asJBookkeepcr, in ,

Herald, and other indications of Legislative Council. We know of no in. don of the evening which contain a va A PERSON ulJYCdmpetent takfcharge of a .; Coraraitisioa ..eJCII ;
I fit of bookStaDd who would aim make hirowlf !
from the same quarter. SALEAYS-Wcdnesdiys S.tartlays.
e sentiment stance in of the State in i, .. l
any governments I
I f f ne'ix. beautiful: 'songs some of useful 11 a loiiiun. lUfor la Mr.yfx.H. WIATT., .
which the separate approval of both housesof te I or In Mr. MICH. LtDWII.Tallaha.eJan.31.1940. i for 9al Seat.EOR '
Property
f \Ve copy an article from the Washington tc, be in character. 27 I .ToW 1:
call the attention of the legislature, is had on nominations.- SALE RE.tT;Lot Namber .itl.tb.i )Ix. -

',-polls to \'hich"e Where the action of the whole legislature i is CONTENTION.' STAGE LINE Da Urn Tallabaasee., with the BOSJMthereon. )
jelders. From the same paper we copy Apply to ,R J HACXLET 1.. ..
Editors and Publishers of whose Frem Columbus Ga. to FltJ.
Florida. Apalachicola
had it of The :
Bill. This is on joint vote both houses. % Jan 7.18402.3 '
genton's Armed Occupation hereunto subscribed fur the purpose of Four Hors Post Coaches. '- .
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irregularly received by term Legislative Council, in the organic law, thu buninr-as connected with the Press u ForRewYork.. : :
bas been very 'c
Florida affairs, makes itgresting includes both houses ; and we submit, that mote certain foundation preventing" those WILL have Immediate despatch the ;. ,HJ
attention to which from '
Its : might arise conflicting
principle, policy and convenience, all requirethat T2 6 superior brie Two 8r. G. Tvk .
and we purpose to furnish our rea. among themevexas] as for the pui- for *
matter, freight ecplyu ;
f from Us columns. the vote on nominations should be given i throwing around their interest, those HOLT o*pur. .. ,
extracts Vta Florence Fort Gainet Porter1 MILLE1U
occasional which Blakely,
( has them
experience taught are
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by the Council integrally. Otherwise,a small __ to their protection acaint the frequent and Brown's Ferries, Ga., and Inrinton, jan 25.2G. _ _- Port Leon. : -

f Legislature is progressing slowly.jn.sligating ; minority of the Council may reject a oomi.I I : by careless nr fraudulent cu;tom- Ala. Dissolution of

committee are hard at work I nee. The number of the House is twenty. the agree among themselves to adopt Iht fol 30 HOURS Stage travel from Colum- |7THE. firm of Oimue 'PaenJdp RD dis.

j the Union Bank to get the 'iafor' nine-of the Senate eleven. Six votes in the prices!, and to observe tbe following. rules, I ONLY .to New Orleans,in splendid! C<.aoljc". 4L' solved by mutual. ,' The old) ban" ,
luting i nrcm{ nlof tlicirbuitines* on a level and beautiful 4d along the banks of will be closed by JAHM U. C'AMILE. and
by the Senate of the United Senate for overrule .four : or 8t'IC'IitPTJoFor weekly papers Ihe Chitlahnocl'ce River. aol.
ion required rejection, can thirty and accounts due tho concern will be settled
of the committee per annum. Semi-weekly pal|enS DAYS OF DEPARTURE-( him. The businenii will bo wil
*
The proceedings votes in both houses for appro'aJ.Ve have COJclcte ,
'tlteS. per annum; and Daily pipers Ten Dollars From Columbus on T'Jedjr and Fridays, al the name ol JAMES B. GA .
areprirtebut; it is rumored that the Presi.denllfthe been surprised that the House has not movedin In all canes payab'e in advance, and 6 o'clock. A. M. continuation of ihepatroiiflgeoflhe publ Ilil. a '

has refused an inspection of of papers to be sent till the money is paid. From ChaiUlioochee thsesme same
Bank this matter their and dajiand JAMgS B.
so as to secure just _.
or AcvrRTisina. single square of time after the arrival of tho U. S.Mail Boat from SAMUEL G-MBLE '
which the _
tie accounts of individuals com. legal rights. It seems to us, that the Execu. or an advertisement occupying the Aiu; ,lachicola,via lola,*nd treating at Fort Gain?*. Tallahansee, Jan 1,1840. 4t ;

'aces required. Gen. Thomas S. Brown live should look to the aggregate of the votes of 100 words nf the axual advertisement Persons desirous of going from Columbus Ga. f ;
by cut or blank, for $1 the first to New Orleans will find this far the Strayed.
clerk of the committee. bj cheapest .
, been engaged as in both houses, on a nomination ; and, if a 9 and 75 cents for each continuation. Two nd most expedition, an well as the safest and subscriber in .Tallahassee on the 14 -

visiderable\ opposition is expressed to his se. majority of them, collectively, are in favorof pquarc-i in the same proportion. Ad. moil comfortable way, alf it intersect the great FROM mare, with bla main and legs,

tke Bank party-but the only ob. #, containing: one and a half equerry. BrbnhMick and Florida Line at Challthoochoe, a white .pol on her left fore The last
tbe nomination issue commissiou.
to tm
a
by
. joo than.twG, will be charged OS two. Where making a travel of but 30 honra by stage through said animal wa seen wu at Mr.
can find tD urge is, that he j is a enll::1rtl sinl without special direc. teen dollar will Carut..Ft.
ction they A any the wholoroute. Time from ColumLu to Mu'uUe, b paid to any =
Radian patriot. His talents, industry and We Lave been amused at the positions as. to the number of insertion required: it 54 hours. deliver tho did mare to Mr Harry Nicho's In the ..
understood that are to b: ,ubli,hc< eit of
they Tallahassee.
| For the ) JAMES IMR1E.
affairs render his aid sumed the Bank and Division in
pledge of banking by party ," '; they will tlicrtfure.bo continued at the ProJprieto.WILLIAM CADY. jan IA S6w4pd

,!uabl. As to the accusation of his being Florida, with reference to the National Ad. *f the publisher and charged according Chattahoochc, January 20. 18 JO. 27 tf

of far from ministration. in the habit of abu. I To foregoing rate. Legal adveitikcincnl, o f MR. R. BERGNEJl,
Although
liberty-so !
tred in the cause:
I the term or publication i is fixed by law, will JUST RECIVED Professor of Music '

II being any disparagement to him it is the sing and vilifying President and members exempted from thin rule. Fur standing :;o BBLS superfine Flour" ,in gone ordei and RESPECTFULLY informs the ladies and gea.
;
A! we heard a gentleman say the of his cabinet, daily ; although they denounce advertisements, f 20 per square. Yearly); for pale for cash. Also a I IVw bbls rectified 5e and it vicinity, that
,tfst. iho renew their adverliscmeuts, will whiskey. JAMES B GAMBLE & CO. he will locate himself; permanently in this plat '
dd day,"had we lived in Canada we should the course of his administration ; although $50 ansi allowed Iho opuco of four jan 25 263Copzartcaarabip for the purpose of giving in.lractiol on the Piano

heeD a Canadian refugee ourselves." I they stop at no measures, however tainted in lle weekly paper $75 for lie sa'ne Forte. Kcferetkces may be teen on application.
1"0" the semi and tri-veckJy papers, and $lOt) Piano Fortestuned and repaired. Mssio for .
; B.is a native born Vermont Democrat. with falsehood and calumny, to bring the a. daily papers. Where the advertisements ':i'(HE lublcri "D have this day entered Into sale. -

gents and officers of the government, (not of .I the space allowed the excess will be partnership a* pcne.al commission and forwarding Orders left at this office will b strictly- attended
merchants under the style of McNaugM
j fEW MOVEMENT. their own particular set,) into disrepute al. by the square. AdvirliscinenU from a to. a'
; I & Ormond. WM. MCNAUGHT.JAMES -
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be with the or j'sn1 26 .
must accompanied money
'i Mr. Gibbs, of Augustine, offered the though their efforts to thwart and embarrassthe By town reference must be given. I ORMOND. lJ I J,

.oJotring resolution, in the House of Repre- administration, are unceasing ; yet many el.l. candidates f.,r office "ill _.Port Leon, Jan 20. 1840 26 J. H. MIFFLIN,

Five Dollars fur insertion during the Land for sale and for Rent. Portrait later, .
: of them with
JIa'es most extraordinary self.com I
*. i WILL ell 560 acres offimt rate land.one and (Of Ceo.
ft it t resolved, by the Legislative Council placency, set up to be Van Buren men, Loco. I personal communications which are admissi I a lialfmiIc'southi of Tail-ihassee. Terms one PliphiroAvg of Tal.lahaitee ). '

HfAf, Territory of Florida, That a selectsnmiitee Focos, Democrats, &c. They make a dis. I communication* relating: lo one's individual 'I terth down balance in three equal annual instal .Ii its vicinity call and .

be appointed, to consist of two j l I puffs, of new invention, new good, new ments with interest from 1(13( date, secured l.y bond of an art in Portrait and Mi uami.fpecmenJ .
between Florida Loco.}'ocoism
stmbers) of the Senate and two members of tinction or I ,candidates nnd the like will be and approved security and mortgage on lbs prop. room near tho corner of Monroe street and

House of Rcpresentative, whose duty itell Democracy and the Loco.Focoism or Democ. Ii i al the same price as advertisements.establish rty. Washington rqoare a few doors from Mr. Uerlaolot1 > -
ae BLACK: LIST nhall be kept in each
be to examine the returns of all votes racy of the States. Why is this ? The an. and the of absconding and delinquent For rent 100 acres of my plantation one mile from oce.
names Tallahassee, under jooj fence. Handsome gilt frames for Portraits and .
:uten for and against the ratificatiou of the swcr is easily given.-Some hold offices;and (ihcwe who stup their; papers without JOHN P. DU VAL. for miniatare*. settings j

Constitution recently adopted in convention dont want to be turned out ; others want offices up arrearage,) shall be published of the for delin the jn25: 26 jan 18 28 -
the
of the craft. And names -
t'Su Joseph ; and that they make due re- and would like to be turned in. If the. ol any one establishment shall be mutually. Runaway NOTICE. .

,thereof to the Legislative Council. administration can be deceived and deluded I and published m the paper 01.nch other. ON the 21st inst., two lIe rce', Fc.uItain and DURING my absence (rom FloridaBertonC. '

It came next day. The bank and anti. ; JOB WORK: hall be comMdercd cash, and hi. wife Rachel. Fountain is a Mulatto, Monticcllo, is my agnnt and altor
up with regard to them, their ends are answered.i demanded on delivery, except.from reg- about fir* feet six inches high wa hired at Mr.'otter's uey. p JOHN F..UCnJ
wnsthution orators preached loud and long to Tallahassee. His wifa if jan lit 26
Brick
We intended to have gone into this subject ; ->tornei. yard -
jet it through; but their lungs were exerted I : The names of Ibowmen,and other travelling also a mulatto and belonged to Ishara Johnspn of NOTICE. -
at length ; but just as M e finished the above who off without paying It is in the
ional character, go Gads en county. supposed they are
It failed vote of 17 JNO. B. TAYLOR has
by n to ; ,
i DO purpose. bills, shall be placed on tho black of Tallahassee St. Marks. A liberal DOOR a.Oale
paragraph, the St. Augustine Herald, of the printing vicinity or DU1. R.TToa in )
Las follows : I published! for the benefit of the craft. reward will ha 23d instant was by us and the following turn
opened ,
Jye*-Messrs. Gibbs, Lancaster, Livings. above rules not to affect any special existing delivery! to Mr. Potter or to jan 18
paragraphs struck our attention : 'I I of the present year. But contracts van. HAM JOHN6ON! in Gadsdcn. 2
Martin Mason, Nuuis, Pataam, Tabor. J
III ,
them will not bo renewed. jan 25 26Menagerie NOTICE.
Tligpin..Vac By their fruits shall ye know tbein'inFlorida Editors and Publishers of Florida whose A LL those who are indebted to the late firm of

*-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Anderson. there can be no difficulty in distin. I are hereto annexed, pledge themselves in A Circus Company ) Gamble & Reid, are earnestly, to

Archer. Bell, Blackburn, Carter, Dubose. Fer- guishing a Federalist from a Democrat. No t : t each unto the other, lo observe the forego UNITED I come forward and clone their acolut.'f.qaelle immediately.
Yazoos Faith-Banks *, the m 1'3gemculofl.he business of their JAMES B GAMBLS CO.
who
MOD, Irwin, McKinnon, McRaeriy, Meach. man supports or I
of the thousand for the exclusive establishments. jaa !
im,Myers,Snell, ra'lorValkcr, Williams. any sccmcs C. E. BAUTLETT,

Absent Messrs. Fitzpatrick, Steele, Read. benefit of idleness, rascality, and roguery, i T&t of the Apalachicola Gaztttt. .. Marshal's Sale.B .
can be a Democrat, or a friend of the Admin. ;I JOSEPH TKOSKEY, Y virtue of two writs of Fi Fa. i-ned ontc

We presume, Messrs. Livingston, Tabor istration; nor does the Administration want nft\e Jlpaiofhicala Couritr. the superior court Calboun county,
J. B. WEBB.tWU last term ot said court in which the UnitedStzta.of ,_
Thigpin rated fur the rcsolution.supposing 6urlt fr lwL._ j America -and -
TTattahanec Star.
was oie: of mere cr. \1iry. We regard thisaeasure "From Maine to Louisiana, a visible divi. SAM. S. SIBLEY, and Charles i platrH-defendnt A1a. Ini .-

as a covert and insidious attack up. ding line has bot-u drawn between the partita / of the TaliJhame! Flridian. upon and ,bal.l a pubtic in front

-the sheep are separated from the goats, andas By : J. M. GOPLD.fj court hous dfor Tallahassee,during legal boon,
nthe President of the Convention but do
; of
: the Florida Herald.J. ._ on Tuesday the 18th day February jiext. Lute
fora
well to ----
Mregret( that it was made, as it unmasks his might a blly.goat attempt pass KNOWLES, --- No 93. and 94, with the improvements iliereon. sit.
merino, as a Bank, Bond-swindling Fed. tflhc Quincy Sentinel. '[R. A. FOSTER, would mo'l respectfully ualed at the corner of Monroe street and
woacnts. and shows the means they will re. eruli-t attempt to pass for a Democrat, or a 1' announce to the citizens Tallahi'see .->ndvicni'ty Io Square in IIU city of Tallahassee.: WuhiDi

iMilo.Vc do not mean to include, in this friend of the Administration." LAST NOTICE. that he will arrive here on Tuesday the upon and to be sold to satisfy said writs according .
4th of February, with hill Menagerie; and Circns
Bark, a majority of even those who voted The language i h somewhat harsh and Subscriber notSrs: all those indebted to company and remain fr a few days .ul,. The to law. Terms ppc.S II OUVAL, Marshal

pc the resolution : those to whom it is dircc. him.thai su t will be commenced on all notes manager in offrrin this rihibilion for public inspection BJ MINOR WALKER, D
rough ; but \ve publish it to show what they ., which are K'lfT. red to remain unpaid feel confident he will br able to give sucha 18 I
w will not fail to feel its applicability.! think down East oa: this sut ect. We dont 1st of Mrci! next, without respect to per vari ty entertainments a* will he entirely! satisfactory jan !

The i idea of the" Legislative Council of to all elates of the rommunily. To ererctlthill NOTICE.
subscribe to all the epithets. We defer the E. LOCKERMA.V. IX weeks after date I shall apply to the Hon. '
vlorida the ,I !, fco lias njjaged some of the snot talented
supervising proceedings of the publication of extracts of sundry resolutions 29. 1841. 27. Equestrian: and Gynmai-tic j.eiformers in the Uwi- orallo the ]ude of thw county Court of Leon

Convention: of the People in primary assetnijiorof and communications in the Florida NOTICE. ted State, together with his choice collection ot bounty Fur letters adminixtratioo o the estate
newspa.
Animal he will be ablo! give of Robert Stone deceased. .
the officers of such Convention i in Living to a more cn-
pers. by some of these precious profc..ssedfrieuds Co.Partnersliip heretofore exitinj: bo- tertaininr exhibition than has ever been offered toa JOSEPH C- CR "C
ludicrous. We wonder, the grave, constitu. of the administration! ai.d I teen W'm. Cannon ami James I'. Lunn is Tallahassee audience ; and every exertion will l tic Jan. II, 1840.R. .
our com.
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bus;
tonal lawyers who introduced and advocated I di olved l by mutual cnr.ient. ThIS r.ade by the man" meuts upon them till next week. t ; now be carrird on by Jas. II Lunn. All conducted with thn olinobl propriety.The B earnestly requests
i* measure, do not propose a bill to repeal : indebted to the firm will please make pay. .thusoir.debtcd.. to..him for former. Tears service -
I above will be exhibited! in of the Plan
rear tt l !
_Ld .' .. ... .. ., ,'.. nn'. ", to can anu nettle use same, as begat indutenrc >
t> Al. .ii'a. "
.woe clauses in Constitution about banks J The Apnlachicoln Gazette is in error with '! to the I latier. er'* Hotel, under a *>.LC'iotlll Pavilion. I be given.
; can no
JAS. II. LUXN.
rod faith bonds, which render i it so obnoxious j't'' regard to the courso pursued by the Ezi-cutive I I I :* !, Jan.. 25, 1840. 27 tf Admittance $1 00, children and servant half j'4nt8 26' .
t price.
\em. They ought to appoint a commit. !, in relation to the nomination of the Commisfcioner I NOTICE. For further particular of the exhibition, see large Provisions and Gro er1e&

i t*to send for persons and papers, and en. of the Tallahassee Fund. It.was the ) I IJ persons i indebted to TV'ULUM 11. FRANCIS bill at Ihe hotel, and small bil.:. of trra day. 1LSON & CO. are now reviving
26 DC.
?quire iuto the conduct of members of the ; duty of the Governor to make his nomination I \ ;u Btore account 01 otheri/c, up to Januiry jan 25 Heroine from Baltimore a general
Convention will m ke payment forthwith to him or HULL'S assortment of l Provisions an-1 Groceries. The foUowin '
make report, and so on. This to both Houses. The House confirmed the c'l &HART.VM.. H. FRANCIS. Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam,
ould offset the bank investigation, which has nomination of Mr. Anderson, we believe,by a 1 27 The reputation of which,has become eels hlishod as stock viz:

adc them BO uneasy.'e wor.der the banks ;i unanimous vote. The Senate had not the PARTXNERSIIIP.U. the most safe and efficacious remedy Baltimore.. Cured FamilJ Hams Flour! ,

v not appoint a committee to overhaul the cxclushe right of deciding upon nominationsthe ) FRANCIS Sf LEVI HART entered ever dsrovereJ: for 4. I. firle.. ,
invention I into Ce. ,arlneriibip lit January, 1840, un- Influenza, Coughs, Cold, Asthma Whoopino .. '* Shoulders,
: they have equal authority, and j right of the House was at least equal. i style of|FRANCIS & HART, at the old sUno Cough. Spitting Blood and all affectiomi of Prime POI k.

more actual po-ver than the Legislature of: The high character of the gentleman nomina. II. FRAXCIS. WAI. H. FRANCIS, the Lung 'S Frub L, '
I ; presenting this useful remedy to the public :
be LEVI fJART.
Territorial l 1 27 IN Glades Butter
corporation. Messrs. Put ted, in every respect-his eminent fitness fur proprietor by a Physician from Codfish Rice. '

Dam Lancaster. Gibbs, and Martin, were the office, although he was not a member of | RUNAWAY whom the recipe was confidentially obtained, to English. Fine Apple and American Cbeeee.
of that hoi,an.ui-ctfit himself and in his
Ibt the S-ibscribei on the 21st December xtite: extcn-
active advocating the resolution.- nucleus I Assorted Pickle, Pickled O.sters.T..uc.
: Tallahassee
what has been called the t I Negro Girl.1IaDII d Katy,aged about sixteen : -practice in Pulmonary affections, with astonhmjr and Walnut Catsup

tSrs. Anderson, SneU\ Blackburn and Per4psoo : caused his selection. An opportunity was t () I Ha one of her I rout teeth broken out, and : I- nrect.! The happy rombinati'jn of regclajle Pepper Sauce, fresh Bunch hems,
la.ne in the ankle. It is believad she ru'j>tiinees, of which it is entirely composed,
-
them
I
,opposed in argument. : afforded to the Bank party by his nominationto ; Figs Almond, Lemmoas, Starch,
the neighborhood of St. Marks. A liberal' rcculiuy! adapted to diseases of the Lung, -
That nuff. Regalia Soar,
an unquestionable majority was not influenced by her Tallahassee Liver and tolU I"h. 1.
given show that they were : will be paid for Winter Sj>crm Oil, Candles Soap I' .
ID rnor of the Constitution liberal so lhi.11 can get her. Tl.is medicine has been used very exlcnuivf; ly,
the .
at election, I Ino petty partisan feelings, but by more Lindcecd Oil Spirits of Tupentine,
C. MAHER.. and the proprietor has not known a ninirlo instance .
. one disputes. Whether it was 26, or 182, and elevated sentiments. But this was not ; I I. Jan. 28, 1840. 27 3t in which it hat failed in giving relief in diseasesfor While Irish Whiskey Lead. Glass superior old Rye do.

0t231, i is matter of no consequence : a ma. I their course. No one it is true, impeached .I I | ""| which it U recommenced ; even in cast ap N.E. Rom.American Brandy.
F.C. Harlsy, )\ Leon Superior Court, proaching to consumption, attended with bleeding!
Jr\tJ of one would have been j I immeasura. I Terms Cash. No good in future will bo '
I final and con. the nominee. His character was vs. 1 Spring Term 1840. at the Lungs and where all other remedierfcad .

tUS .. TIle returns were published in j I I I bly above and beyond the reach of envy or of :: ET.'Willey. 1 Attachment t344.90.Damllg" failed,th. most decided and flattering success has delivered forbid. till paid for,-circumstances positively

Pie I f 1000. attended iU use. Common chid" which are generally '
paperi Florida before it was proclaimed !! malice. It is true, also, party feelings were : the effect of obstructed >piration wilt Dee.22,183% .
10 1 be HE defendant l and all other persona interest. p
adopted ; and the insinuation, implied: disclaimed, but they could not be disguised.' ed are hereby notified of the institution of yield to its influence in a few hours: when used in Watches Jewelry, ac.A .

Mr. Gibbs' resolution, that the President of i J It is pretended that the organic law prohibi. suit and are requested lo appear and Asthma Hoarseness, Wheezing, and shortness of rHE Subscriber has ea
tht Convention to the declaration filed in said case. breath it gina immediate relief procuring tranquil : .u. hsnd&veryIeandsea.asSOitDeni .
may have cast them errone. i, ted the appointment of members of the Leg. JOHN P. I/UVAL, rest and slet',. \vhoopingcough.iliawitliout of Watches Jewelry -

P41y, we regard as a smaH business. The islature-no such law exists. There is a 30th, 1840. 27 Attorney for Plaintiff.I a rival. It operate by gentle expectoration and Fisted Ware Silver .
; __ __ nafctr.For .
Bank V be given infants with perfect .
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L may ,
Whigs are the only party that suppress law which nays members shall not be appoin- I Spoons Cutlery te.i WfiJeh
.alebr RANDOLPH & LEWIS.
? F.C.JhrleyA'Cnl Leon Superior Court, 1 be offers for 5.1000 lib oxoal
otes and returns, substitute broad seals fore I I ted to offices created or the emoluments of Sarah Harley, j!Spring Term 1840 jar 25 26_ terms. He will receive newsoppliej. '

ffrage. of the people, and make ties which are regulated or increased while they v.. J Attachment $43248 NOTICE. durin the winter.
W. E. W lley. (L Damages f 1000. WATCH REPAIRINGIs
Mre they cant make majori .. Demo. I' were members. This was not Mr. Ander. ALL'person* having any demand against the I
HE defendant and all other.person interest B Vass.lately deceased of attended to with as much ability and promptas -
*l'ayj bow to the will of the majority. sons clise. The specific exclusion in such ed are hereby 'Doli 5 d of the institution o! Jefferson county, are requested forthwith to reui i as at any shop ia the Southern eonntry.Jan "

case only shows that it was not intended to ove suit, and arc requested to appear and der in their claim properly attested to VVra Bndd, 3 FREDERICK TOWLE,
power of the Senate to the declaration filed in uid ca e. onticcllo, authorized and .all '
to a separate de0800 prohibit the appointment in other cases. JOHN P. DUVAL my agent persons FUBN1TUBE. .
who are indebted to the same will make payment
or upon nominations made by the Govern. There has not been a Governor of Florida .30th, 1840. Attorney for Plaintiff. to him. ELLEN W VASS, : THE undersigned bar eonaijrnmeat. a
"e regard as without foundation. Admiuistfatrii.Orncc lot of Good Furniture, cwbIc .
Last in. jan J8 26w8 : .
I. ItIIIioo from Governor Duval up to the present ,JfOTlCE. will be sold at a small advance oa faetAtr prieae. ,
the Senate .
endeavored to arrogate to cumbent, but has made such appointments.Mr. 'person* i indebted to the E.tan of JKIK or THE Sotrratftt Lin INSCTUMCR AN o 1 .; i i for CASH. -. : *
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wa the exclusive -. Tam Cd. Tallahassee Jan. 101&0. i .D.CWiLSQ'&O.
power of deciding did solicit tbe office and IAJI PowcLt,deceased, are requester!to make $ ; "
Anderson not office unl *a specially ln.triactedivil1ro' .
all nomination and denied paymentAll those having demauds THIS Dee. 1839.- -. -
; the right of ; and &. correspoodanu .out ol .
: ** we have reason to believe was nominated present them;duly attested for settlement, to r.r. pay ,
House to participate in the matter. Be. without bit knowledge. The impotent effortto ; .btcri..r. VIOLET POW LL, this city Bank notes euiontb.re' in their local trans OharieSL: : : Sibley, :
***the aetien. for all CADeetiene made on account
House ..
. would not succonab a "on.Uwaskickedupacdthreataof of his f friends 'It i Executrix.- ia Florida,end oh all '.payable al cftrreet hi>profMsion laerieei MARorMy
wound his feelings and those 1 \ NATHANIEL HAMLIN pepet OFFERS Counsellor Lw,ia.:'ta. eeJltcUoa ef
wiJloUim fite
re. '' JOHN W. A DAMS rate of exchange all >New'York, He ?
. might justly excite retaliation. Political ,debts, toaD Middle Florida. .will..taK
proscription .
. of senator*, and adjournment j of that 29.mo. fit 87 E c tore. .per cent to be sddsdthereta.. JWUhM8,11t.- b.scourtslntc3LiddtoDmstvct.' \' ,. .t-. .
is that can.be
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I a played by majorities I
game
H Mn the
; 1'.1'1 made. Tb ground on which EXECtJTOR88ALE. Office in foe .t.lu nil4i" .
I 'Pen4oa better than by minorities. 'be sold at Public Auction on .Tuesday Stolen .'- '.', D eapie4 by '.Wilson as a.Book&ore..k, '.. "
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t was urged, was that of anal.be the 1Mb Febrnwj ant,aUbe'la'1 nti- T A Bradford' itableha ptriit slf 'faIlabtsiMay llth 1833.. ::404fJOHH .

:fit| Senate of'lorJato, the Senate of More Indian depredations bare been corn JZREMIAB POwELL, deceased,ten or ClWa FROM* 'Inst act,a,small .bay horse while smaft sue -;- .- P.'BCYAX :' "
several .&diU.rD *: .
Ued States. We 'then' milted on the of Horses 20 or head of Sheep, "eras. in tbi feel &-whithind foot, ,l.t'1' ..ay" ; '.L.;' 3
f' Itt thought and ,Apalachicola.- Saturday known at sals, .' ; p "i kick sad psjos or rtek.>elt: 'AayretaraiBf :: AT- : : ,
't' :
1'. CbiDk that 80 fer u i4 aZVie were enti last B wagon,loaded with provisions for one V'O't'ET1'OWF.Li'Ei ,. lAm to roe 8'mCee nair t!,orrJ1si UTILLic11CS.in,,lie ewU V MHUb''s _. j'f". .
,, C '.:.,. : c. V 'lot1 W'Y.wut iotI kC sihr ;! '
i :. ." 1id.ran,' tba. two"few* IbpoI4 of the posts was aUackedtn Carnochan'i ''N4TQANtEL'B 't. !. .:rrI'-t.llc.-..... '-. .,vard' '. d. ., .. ., ..,, .
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.LEGAL NOTICES I thSU.s1us.fikfJiB44f florito. THE nWcriber' will continue' the *abote bun- late arrival from the noilh, a lar aaiotru. OcLt be, rvkse is s

at the S. .WOorner of Washington merit of-Dfr Goods r ne.1Ia"hratl: its .
NOTICE. JOHN P. DUVAI f mUE followin amendment to the charter of'UI Square and'Munroo' Blrect:and haviny a completa consicUi ofClbo. a..bar ( patrosilge ha

SIX: : k..ftdiaI.W '4'& for.letter of ATTOKRBY .AT' LAW the Union Bank Florida, will 1 be in force for usortment of the best of Linen Paper,'b is.new black brown, green roixt, and dub broad m akiajbqio5; 3&uyIopo the MJr

.. the' estate eJ effects of WILL prac la due) courts of Middle and and after lie 15th May next. enabled to manufacture Blank Books of every des. 'tlotha.f _

famJis K.r.cn.e.I&te.$ icfers* oswtly. IICCd. Fa and' Cocrt of Appeals. Resdcnee MQ act to amend an act, entiled aa act to incorporate cription suitabjo' for Banks Public_Office, Mer. tain and (ancy ribbrd anime ., of all e lora.: jn.5 .tf .

JAMES GAD3DEN.' near the subscribers to the Union Dank of Florida chants. and others, in single or complete sells } Blue black,mid and col'd catlinctte. ....--::- -W

bee t6 h,6 janj 2'f. ," Deed Record, and Docket Books, and all other 5'case negro kerseys KE tioU.' .or8 .

NOTICE. W.ICak A Medtt* Long, Sec. 1. Bo it enacted by the Governor and Legislative if Blank Books used by County Courts can be obtained 3 bales plain and plaid Imseys. .O. AI. e.1kj.W.. !I

A Council of the Territory ofFlorida. That at short notice, ruled and bound in any style Welsh diroet and canton flannels. I 1a.-.

SIX:: *rerk after date, I "aU! aj,ply lc the hon- ATTORNEYS AT LAW, any stockholder! who has heretofore, or may h re- required, and warranted equal to nothern or any 3. 1-4 4 1-1 and 5 1-4 bleached and brown do- oapl1sta.NG 81&.18 WJf.B.. _
l. the Jadfe .f tfceconaty court of Leon after obtain a loan upon the pledge of. stock, at other manufacture. Particular attention will be mestics. .

I I ibovnty for letters of administration on the estate TALLAHASSES. FLA. contemplated in the twenty-ninth, section of the paid to re-binding Books, icw.pa1aaa- English, and Venetian carpeting. RATIEE ,' ".

pf. AurwtCiu. Alston. docM. \'(LL practice in partnership in the Sapcri- act to which this is aa amcndnenltehall neglect to xinc*, Pamphlets, Music Books. & in plain or Superior 4 1-2 and 512 fur eil do. efoctiual O11fl l"
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MAR HELEN ALSTON. I QrCt'urtsoftho and Apaladiicola renew or pay up bullOCk note* for the space of 30 ornamental binding, or to match patterns. Paper English and Brussels rugs mat*. &c. .4.N all 1! colanoos TItl, fs

Dec tl 206 Dstrcl. and in the Court of Appeal Their days after the same shall hare became doe the ruled for Bills Letters $c. Super light; 'and dark fancy prints.. Jacob Italic Stephens.: ,
Baltiases.-
NOTICE. for the present, iu the new court boose. shares so pledged shaH be forfeited (o the bank and He has for pale a good assortment of Blank Mails and cbally ddlain dresses. a.r iTlf .Ver. i- ,

Dec 21 I 20 any premium that may be received from the sale ruled plain,of Dlk and eol'd a.umoLra
IX Books Letter and Writing Paper, or silis. -
i Months after date, 1 *)iaU present my accounts -
i thereof shall accrue aud be added to the surplus! .
the of descriptIon. lain and
best Ruled every cross bard Cambric
end vouchers and to the Hon. quality. paper BLAlIJt&
apply
Dr. R. Taylor ,
Benjamin of tho bank.Sec. .
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profits General
All orders received and promptly attended ace nets etc. AUOrtmenl
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tidge of the County Court of Leun County fur a !his professional Krviccn to the citi .2. Bo it further enacted, That it shall he tho thankfully A good of BJub ;
discharge from the administration of the estate of OFFERS Tallahassee and its vicinity. Office to. F. A- HAYWARU.Tallahassee Linens lawns, glove, hosiery etc. paperoraateat ia05e. PW!
duty of the board director, when any share may 5 Justices Executions
'Hector I/eslie, deceased, late of said: county. aJ his father's residence ou the north-ido of Washington bo forfeited as aforesaid to proceed to sell the game July 13tiCoUon __ 4 hhds brown sugar. Snmmot Blank Dtedt '
Sept 7, 1839 JENNKT: LESLIE. the the banking boxes white do. BiJIa.r 1aJ.'
bquaru.Tallahassee atpublic outcry highest bidder,before I Weighing. bis loaf do. Subpanas,
NOTICE. Wilt) Nor 1839 house in the ciiy Tallahassee, after giving ten T liE subscriber, Appointed Weigher of con, 20 boxes sperm candle \ ., :.fttonre1'Iecoca .ro.kVarran. '_,

-- days notice, by publication! in al! the papers published in pursuance of an act passed at too last SMiion "i&e.
woek* afterd.it" I hall! tho honor 20 bags old Java coffee. &e & "
to I
apply DAVID S. WALKER of the informs .q
SIX in Tallahassee,of tho time and place of sale: Legislative Council respectfully *
j djjr: of tli* county court of Columbia A TTORNE Y A T L.1JV, .fr O. and the purchaser shall, within ten days thereafter tire public that he is pro pard to weigh Cot 2 pipes super cog brandy. ditto.. STRAYED
lor letter* 1inis'rtlO:1( .n t'lc estate 2 pipes super champagne OME ,
county WILL practice in the Courts of the Middle District execute to the bank thc bond and mortgages necessary ton cither in this city or at the Railroad Depot,- S four weeks siaec' a'
oLiuc old Jam Rum.
IfVj*, :at* nf i-ai/f coun.v rirrnasr I Mare
'<.: DUEKiT. of Florida. Ifs: office, is the first room tft the ri.htover to constitute him a stockholder and be His scales are manufactured at the same place ns 10 hIs N }; do und small Sorrel hittIJ .S 4

:; --"t. ... Spr.nf-. Jan H, 1i11'I F wG J IL uutrl store,in Tallahasseewhere! ) he may aul'jetl to the same rule Jcgulations, and ret-lric- those ujp l by the United States generally, and 10 his whiskey bet IJ face, and lone taiI-0 pzi' 11A
-.-- always IKfound.WILLIAM. tioru-and; entitled to the same right! privileges, likewise by the weighers of cotton in the city of lemon and robe C! d-tL y bOth.trot. A.
_ Raspberry sursapariUa &frat
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ajfups. ,
-- --- ------ --- New York, nnd have been examined by tire In- raid for their ,
"VOTICT.l.i and immunities as arc guaranteed to an original delivery.. or "
Madeira and
t.- '. ., M. KANDOLLMI ectorof hcales and of scid city and malaga port wires. hey may be found
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4 :: 1 '\. j'res--i'i; my :c.z stockholder : provided, that lm! sale and forfeiture sj wcihts proved I Soda wine end butter.crackcrs. ,upoo apcj
'' -' "'" : ,. ..1 ",.,.!.\. f'.Jr .1 dl'II1''' Attorney and Coiiiisollor at Law, of shares shall not operate to divest thc bank of any correct. Price of weighing 10 cents per bate.I and T AIT 10.
swpclt/ils.
_' .', ..111,., '.1.. t..tlh.f ofJi.i: dorYAW. Tallahasse Florida. lien which it may have had en the pru..eryof the I). M. SHEFFIELD, Wctgber of Cotton. Also Lamp a lar cantor:
()(Cce in the Mc\v Court iloubo. defaulting stockholder; but the same shall remain Tallahassee 12 1:39. f _ law cutters corn shcllen and steel mills. '.

: '1' J if n. I 1". 19: t.lr. bound for the security of any debt he may owe the IE"'ELU1 Rim and DH-A. OLEJU1t
._ Carpenter, moitirc locks. ho' rtlldeaec "
.t t tIt A' ; ..: h ..-. Gcc'd. --- ----- --- --- ------ bank, whether as payer endorser or, surely, until subscriber ropcclfully informs the citizens j b bt011 tie .
chest and .
Trunk do and Cs
_. JOhN J. Ito WLES TilE pad Rail Uoad Derot. ,
---- the same shall have been fully satisfied. I visitors of Tallahassee, that he has just Superior double and single twist bl
..u'.'. Public guns. aIJaltasee Oe
# .-_.. ., .- :-: ,'._ 1'. ': ...." 1 ;!<." '-1"1. ,.r'y l.i.t Tallahassee Notary Florida, JOILN' PARKHILL Cashier. opened an assortment of Rich Jewelry and fancy Paten bolt and pocket pistols, and a general assortment IgU h.IE39.LU.M .

.; '. ,: .I ". :: .. .t ,' t j tif li" iu.r.i -.-- March 14.1839. 3-V gomls at the corner of Monroe street and Washing' cutlery. 'R FOR SA

bio'J'JJ... uf i>.. >. 0.it1t! V rd", ,ltl:1 g :i 1.- .." cirj-iiv f"r Ur.111.. U.\XDOI.lllr Dental SIIIl'f.'ry. ton Square, opposite Messrs. .Randolph & Lewis, Also a general assortment of crockery and glassware 100.000 Shingle;

lL"'ar1 ftSiUt .f 4':11.t .tr..to nf tiltlalr u! I 1A VIMi llfratcd I.nnvrlfi'i. Tallahassee, offers DOCTOR Jo'. 11. KiN.MT, Denial Purge Drug Store, which.he will sell at Philadelphia pl- saddlerv, whips,etc. 0 Yellow"-

/lirL*..\JW, Jtu..u.J.i illi" .,1' raid (:UUllt). !his r>iofe-MoMal hen ices to the public. imore, most respectfully complies! cs. J CKEAGII SMITH. Nor 2 40,000 White de .

II. II. \\'.\I.J lIt.: He IS in be fn:in.! at the uiiice of 1)(. J. 11. Randolph with a very flattering invitation which he has received _jml5 24 NEW GOODS. For nlo b) HOLT k )

Juij; i.1, Ie3 '.-Cm Adllll"l,tro1tlJr, mi :Monroe I Slrclt to visit Tallahassee, and may soon be expected For Sale. subscriber has received per the ship 51. Marks and Port Leon. .Hn.ul.
_. ._ .M 2G 12 THE ;
: and be to render his
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GOOD second hand DRAY but little worn. ,just arrived from Liverpool, a splendid GALLIGHAN'SFEVER
.' IuiiuistriturVs Xofirr.1X fusions! service to those who require them. A VEGETABU--
( may assortment superfine broad cloths
'l'UO'U-SOX iV II. 1I.\G i.'CKA'lTOl Enquire of hAS U GAMBLE & CO. consisting AND
4 months aflcr dale I'slull apply to tltl'j1u.e! Having devoted his whole life from very 'arly boyhood of the following colors : AGUpty '.
15 6w3Coritinission
of the County C uitt>f Jcflerson county fur I H\l-Y: AND COUKSLLLUIIS AT to the tudy and practice of his profession, jan Blue black wool dyed, A certain sale and l..tiacare lortliiiM.a..l
L"Tallclllasscc\Vu
final fcUlcintut and discharge, from the ndinin, .t-tra- and having been honored with the patronage of House, New Orleans. Black do. do. by

lion of Th"ma G. Shrhr) ', deceased.MAKY Florida. many of the most influcnti.il citizen of this country LONG & GR1VOT Invisible nANDOLPlI.LnTr.
''t ILL raeliee in tlr i'.rl"i.urls of ti. he feels green Tallab see, April 14 1838.
) SIIKIIEE: adminMratrixajg I : 8111''r confident he will give entire satisfaction Sea :1
1. 1839.-241 Of T. a. Si...h.-e. d.cd.ADMIMSTKATOirS V Jiri-ld'c' Apnlat-hicoU District- of Flo. to all who may favor him with their confidence. AVE established themselves al New Business Orleans Dahlia green., light brown, A
lor the transaction of Commission Plantation &
rida ami in the Court of Lna4
Appcalj.I'.usincvs He attends to the practice of branch! 4r .
every and solicit the of their friends and thc Adelaide, 880 Acres of
Land
OTICt:. csitrustcd*to their c re w il! meet with of Dtntit-try according to the late fcientlfic; improvements patron.igc Iliac and blue. IyingJ. IAoaa Cs b ,
which they their best scivices. indigo Township '
public, to pltdgc one. Rang.
6ii, two
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pr nij.t/ .1.tlcntion. nor "
IX monlh after date I kh"''l present my accounts in the art. Jn the art of saving teeth, April7 :io-tf Which he will make up to order! in the, best and the Iuds of Capt. Lester ud H'

and toac'icr' and apjily' to the Hon. I..au' JVofirc.. he claims locxccl. He ha made great improvement latest style fashion. As the cloths have been 250 acres cleared and under Majot.Les.-uiui

udge of Leon County Court.for a final Miltlcim-nl Co-partniTt-hip, hithortoexisting between in the manufacture of JV in era I Incorruptible! NOTICE purchased expressly for tins market, they will be on the premise a. dwelling rood ep 1 t IlItt i

and discharge, from Uie Adniini>lrjli',n of tiic estates THE J.l'. DUVALand'M.. II. I'.ROCKK.N'I'KOL'GII Teeth: and has received the most flattering tejli.mnniaN #"H H E subscriber informs his friends and the r tilij. found as good as any Britain's boasted lustre. Barnes, Stables, Gin house Screw uo. .. ,

of Michael Cummiur "lId \Vilvy $c&ibu-! I lias been tbis day dissolved hy mutual from a vast number of individuals whose .. lit, that i.c: has: purchased the tntiro stock in DENNIS SHEA ry building Any person sadg.

roigb, dcrcaicd, late of L<-:>n CouutJ.1-'lun-la. rol'M ct. character needs n', encomium; amonc whom tic to I trade of DIMAI. ii HCTCIIINS, nn-1 the L>ti, inc > will|] No. 4, Berry's Row. can examine the wishing (. p -.
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MYKD .u bo f.itiiid ill** tinmete nf. '.. ,'* r4 N II Smith. Hi.hereafter be roiuinncd in 1m in the eamllr :;
uEsj.11IN I \\ '. 11.U1HJlKtl mJltH I uill continue torcsc : own name same May 18. IS3!. 41 if. brothers J.L. Vickera who .
; "iQ h.w .
Wlla!!, JIt'\V Dunbar.SK! : ; : (
;f Aug. 10.lE3oJ--6m Adn4ni.-trat ; Apala'-hicola! rd prjctucin the A paht.i Jenningsldn flattuIlor4 : tr
chicolu.n i ; i | -, at.d tlio County of Leon and the atid Profess' ;cd'lin'! Cliailesion. .S.C., 1 public for tlc: liberal encouragement he has rceched demands the Terms one and two centra f.tie-**i p
Aduiiiiiiralor ot ce.ALL Court of AppeaN regularly and in JetTcrt-on! and Professors Sc wcll. P May, J C Ihil! and Thus. P.Jonc I ant he solirites! a continuance of the same.He ALL persons having any against yean.DISSOLIJTIOjr.
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of !
Abraham
per ons indebted to the J-11Itc o< T.Ic fJ-aSdcn! if author of Conversations on Cheiiii>lry. has on hand and wi i"l I continue to keep a cl.eral) Bellamy, lately deceased: JAIIF.SI. VICIllt
d 'cea ed, icqut&td to make itt,. lIi.l cillll. ClIploed.l.u W.iohm D. Hon. John Jefferson county are requested forthwith to cn- TholnaniUo, AUf. 15.1833. It
S arc .Ltlw",(" '. '1ij I It. Jj.J'I.NOlice. n. John assortmcnl of such ootlsas are ncce vtry for the tier in
medjale payment, ai.J thocc having rluims "guina Steele, Hutiry Page, E;$'j. Jlir,land, Hon. 1). S- town acid country trade. I He invitcv all! tlio-c! wiu, their claims, properly attested to Wm.

the lt.tatQill" present shem for ..1dju.tIl1PII.LLIZABITII Vickilll'onew, ; York. Lave outst.inJm; account* previous tit H3S, to ctllnnd .1 L'uildMunticehlu.azd! all persons hu are indcLlcc lTt II E Copart..enbi lIcnW..
: MrCAKTV, .\Jlllilllt.Uattlx.A.M. ) '' I HI I I;: .'1..1 t orTo\vnsinjTuon-i.i-erni.: ritb TJICFC and i-.urucrous' other l letters Mill l cshown settle: thesa.iic.:: OrJtrs fiom tic eonnirw ill I to the, same will n.ake payment lo u. the firm ofW.ddel! n., .

I ALKXANULH: AdmniiMrator.St. aid Kui-t, ". a. fur, hrd !I'. "his OiJ'.cc:: tin the Oil h'" arrival, and i-lioul'l he be "clll"'truJli7.c.lllc- I l-c pun.lmlly:: a.tended hI, and guodliniiishfil. at WILLIAM BELL.7MY, this dsy dissolved by mutoaleonseat.Raadolpk k i 1

,- Mark, Jan, t!, 1840 22 :Jin, ill". !. I K.: J. 1 HACKLED! : It'OYi-t"r. will ;positively> Tali..JII.cey winltr. Ills ti.c lowest mnrkrt price. Qualified: ; Exetfulcr. W.
coI..JL Mo W.
--Adlllilli"'lor'S-- -- 1\ul..-.-..- 1'alloll.iI-'N', Oct. ICth- it stay will be hi>rl and! those who may wish his services The highest prices given for all Kinds (ofcnuntry 1irelh._Otf.- 19th. I8jy.- 8.v 1. H RAjtDOLL WADDJL

\\ill please make immediate application on i rGhtlcc. AL X. FOR.MY DU VAL. Carriage Harness Ulakiug.JCPTHE BL C
ALL rt'rtiurtll having; any dematidi gaiit-t the OTlCE. luis arrival. Tallahassee, April'23, 1 I8'J5. 3tf ; subscriber having engased the servccs Tallahassee. August 13 1839.' LEWIS.

of ?.!:: tilLiavE, latkly "-(:NFCI. Thomas Kalizel; and Walker Anderson At torne Refer te It Hayward, Tsq., Tallahassee., of a skillful Carriage and Harn' n Maker,(rom : The business will be continued, .

vl Jctrercon Count;:;, ere r< fjuc l'-d f.irthwiih l. ,s at Law. will practice in copartnership: in th Dfc21 I WW\\ P. II. SWAIIM & Co. the North.: begs I cave tuinlorr.i his friends and thc hers, under the firm of Ey tit n hj

render in tlmr cUims! proj"r:.v .ittcsl trI, in tny Superior Courts' of' the CounlicH of Jtflcrson, Leon Comm issionS1oragcForwardiug1I public hat all orders for repairs &c.*bal1 be punc will settle U o affairs of the Randolph former partwMak"JH. > 2

Agent, WILLUM HI!iontlceIo! ami all jnrtonsu (;adds JI. Frnnklin Calhoun, and Jacki-on, am L. CAULTON, tually and neatly executed. ; ;

!h.> are indobtcd to taiuti. will make imtifdiateJo i in the court Appcalii) at TalUharfcc.Addrufs Merchant Tailor, ItC I I ANTS, Saddlery Work Done. angl7tf RANDOM. :

t rJ'fOIf'nt iiim. TlluMAS' IIOS.S, of TlioniCh Haltrell, Aj'.ilachirola.Add respectfully inform the citiZens of And General Dealers in Dry Goods E. B.CLARK B. C. .,

Jan I 11. 23 :;t \c naini.. !trat.'r. rows of Walker AiulerKon Tallahassee.: WOULD and its vicinity, that b. has GROCERIES, PKOVl IONSe. Tallahassee May 5, 1633. :;9-lf CIVIL
-- -- --- Juno 15, 1.9.-tr; P. II. S\'!AIM. t 61. Marks ENGI1IEEB G.'
returned from New York with fresh snpply of CAUSE OF
a "liE BILIOUS COMI'I.AINTS fnillE subscriber
:: ; t13Ic1VItOI"Ii t m'T. ------- -- ERASTUS COMBS. ; hatiog closed for Mte
Cloths CasMmrrcs and V _, of the newest J Florida. Jl AND A MODE OF _H.
I'rr.Hli Garden Sords.JUST eating CURE.-A well bis
rrgu engagement as Resident
i L: .' ', lit-'alti: of HOBJRT hue large and commodious wart-houses engans1l
& "'j \ .. ;, ..:,. I oiM'f-lcd t lo rnmo rfCPiveil.: a (Inshli-t of Garden Seeds, style and the finest fabric, which he pledges to THEY ft or ef cotton and merchandise hated and proportionate jn intity of bile upon the Brunswick and Florid Rail Road .''i
: of the growth of I SI; *. Torsalc those that call on him to liar mad. up in the age stomach is always requisite for the promotion; ol(r services to the public in the
.:,'i 1'\ .".'. .... .: ." ,.Jli; ,i.ljl."-tt to tliO >llli will particular attention receiving forwsrd- (9t1owm h..
EUAKNARD.Jr.. newest fashion. To plem the gar and fastidious pay sound health-it stimulates digestion and his profession
by : II
keep Locating and
,i,' I .J-.,941, ,Ij! ''.lln! ( !aIl11i 1I3111"t: Aid l ing. and shipping cotton and merchandise to cuauunicmng: Ii
T..lahas! I3lh Dec. ;. Druggist. the Subscriber! has employed R. R. Pilgrim, who any the intestinal canal free from all obstructions. On Hads, Canfs Aqueduct and
<; ,' < .. ". tl tb $ tl.'in duly authtnin in the United Slates. have TartjiMUM
prcM-iit port They constantly
---- will give his undivided aUction lo the Cut ting the inferior surface of the liver is a peculiar blad making and estimates for the
,> luo tiino !firiMribcd bv \+\\ fur !fiv- on hand a: large and extensive assortment of Goods rown. | fdstructioos
For V der in which the bile is first
Sale nartmenL'l'alJahuse
in rivers
.. forever barred.MAUGAKCT preserved, being form- : fie dcagaingiai tnfi ue
I 11I1e; t ,
: .; of all descriptions which they 'iI1aclllow in lots
WADKINS, A K KG: RO noy. Enquire at this office Oct. tOlh -9. to sail purchaser for cash or approved credit. ed by the liver from the blood Thence it pas: lag Bridge, MiH-daias, Mariae Jtaihm.1 : ,
June 8, 139.CABINETTJAKgNG. into the stomach and inicstinss and the Docks and other
'nt' 4 tio: c't Ui: Adltlinitutria Notice.Subscriber They hope by a strict and prompt attention to the regulates I hydraulic work. Barofi s
._ indigestion. Thus wr see when there is
a deficiency many years eiperienceuprincipshi.sn1
-- -
C'TH E hn i"J erected a STEAM interests i of those entrusting business to their
I .\:. ..uh.I.ator'I IVoticc'. f care of bile, the body u constantly cO.livcOn the other, 1 late celebrated LoeBm DaUi & ,Lb'nneerji
1: 4 I 1.It': .' ''e ..'i..S d.iic I "h"apply te the, JuI !". ,'U; nubs 'nbcr llmiikfu1.: Tnllxh MILL.at. eo hispltt-e, will be, two ready and at a all half limes miles to alt supply* to merit a enjoyed.St. continuance. of the liberal pstiunag.heretofore hand, an overabundance or bile, causes frequen with great coiadeaee asks' fe c
.... ,, f for : JL for past favour* Uej-pcc- nausea in the stomach and often of the
1 I. >ii' iv C.lJI-t III J fftr<> iti County with Lumber nnd Meal those who favor him ; promotes very severe age public.
may MarksJan.30 H39.; 2Glf
I 0 i* a' M '.' 'm.t aid discharge' fiom the Adinm-! c:.: = : ..i'. :''tiflllly: informs the citiTensof with application. JOHN (J. UAMULC.Ndiamathla attacks of disease which sometimes end in i Orders for all kind .fSurreyiiigLsnsa
4a ::-:: ::: Tallahsssee and vicinity iluatiJtiJiJ death.
it( 'OI/I"S 1I..w."UI.lierCHf'cl. thcinalieal
itr-7ltt:4.p: : NATHAN'S HOTEL.
be % June 23:;, 1838. 4CtfIt. calculation Arehiteelmral iv
S )11EMAMIN: ) IJARROX, tl continues to carry on the subscriber lakes thc liberty of informing Fevers are always preceded by symptoms disordered drawings of patent Machines, Maps, ,

I .ILI; I 11. hWJ! AdiuiniKtr.ilor. \ :t ; CubiiH.1 Making brminw* in nULL A ( O. Have just wc,Ti\Td THE friends and the public generally, that he stomach ; as arc also scrofulaus cf disorders will be attended to, either by Linweltpsmaiyi

---- -- -- -- ------ _._ --- -- t' ull its variety at the old stand .) pier sllip; (;cnevil, and oilier art i'als, .' general has pmchascd the House lately known as the- and all sympathetic functional organic or febrile by his asiUunU-..AppJicmtion lij Nail* l il

0 LKON: COUNTY COWT.T1crt.iuR 1 H of ISlcy* and Kilmlds oiipoxitcCoI. iMnrtmcnt 'jfthc most fashionable style r>f blur, ''I'LUnID.Jfot:.n:," Quilley, which under hi'mipcrinlcudance diseases. From the same cause the natural and wise promptly noticed.

HCllau, Vatt'., Store where he l Iac"k. brO\fll, mixed smd fancy Cloths,C'aMimcrc.s has undergone thorough repair healthy action of the heart and tIe whole vascu Refer to Col.S. Thayer hats Prioentl, ills
vs. At UIIIII"lt CLIIIIayIS ;$IIJII( will h<; hippy to receive order.- from his fi icn.ls and Vcstill &' "hich they would be jilcjired to make :and in which he is now ready to receive and enter lar system is impaired and reduced below iu natural Point Academy.

I John I Unsworlh, j \llldtfllcu. $I.IJ the puhlic cII'ra1lJ. idcUo.i r Is I'ircnu's and fu ml. up rtWir customer They having b.:cn elected lain, to the best of his ability all who may fatft slandajd; as exhibited" in palpitation., languid Hou. T. B. King, Prs t. Brunswick 4.I'Ia.U. 4i

,.,IIE dcfciuljtit nd all others inlrrcslrti, arc lure of v\cry cnjilioii, made in a fahhionablo and with; great arc froth the l.-tct New Yoik Impf".r. him with their patronage.To pulse, torpors ofthc limbs,syncope,and even death P.: T.Jael.un. Esq.Boston &. LowelTE-lfc

JL. hereby notified of the institution ofllicneovodiwcribcd t-ulistantial manner and on rcasonaMc trrnif, and Utiousc.innot fail I to pl, asc the most (ht tiiiousHE1PY tIOSC! who know him.he deems nnncccss; itself consequence of an overabundance of a peculiar CapU. ParrU Architect & Enfiwer BB.F.FP** .
suit and to he hnjifb' by trict attention t>> bufiners lo merit MADE CLOTII1NC.Supeifinc make with offensive subetancc to the
by altachnient, arc required! ry to promises regard to the manner it.uhiih digestive organs. j i
.. come forward and plead to the .led a rltJt II "Suet!. and receive a liberal share ofthc patronage flf the bla k.Iueut: fancy culored diab! coats, tIle house will be kept. To all!! other, li The approach of billions disease u at all times ThomasTilte.Thos.Co. Georgia s.H if. ,i

j M MOTT. public.! Fnicks dj.Suprrfinc. has only l'. say cal! and judge for yourselves, an attended by decided symptoms of an existing di:. -

; Dec 21 CO Alt'). for ITff.Hay's. \COD nLt S. bloc, black, I.ro\\n, drab, end mixed as you fu.d hun. so rpcak of him. cased state of the stomach and bowcb>; i. cfwilljthose Notice.

.--..- -- -- --. .- ._._ _. _- N. D. All kinds! furniture repaired on reason- Orer-vtiJts Pjloi cloth, Jo. Ucaur do. Mohair do. IS.AGATJ1.l'; signs which are known to point out their eon. SIX months alter dale we shall &pJyl't

Liniment, able terms. Ulnnkct i!>.. Quincy.April33"-tf tents to be of a morbid irritating nature; but whenever Judge of the County Court of Gi

r CERTAIN: CURE let the f following! Ji,lrrxs. Tallahassee Fcpl. 7th I 1835-tfF Fine, l.Kvk and c''". I\tnts, Fancy colored do. the alimentary canal happens to be loaded Cou ty, for letters of dismission from ttaefcm t"

0 4 ing complaint established! in New Vork,and CHINA & GL.1S.S WAnE Cork-skin Pl.tid&, Ribbed Spangled Doeskin do WHOLESALE AND RETAILSADDL.JCKY with irritating matter some derangement of the Arehissld Love of saidcoonty.deeV.THOS. .
Common Cass. do or all colors, fine blue,mixed, \V ARE -II 0 healthy operation, either of the
USE B. GRAWX
c used in our principal Hospital*, end by cniincnl HEN CII China, Tea and Dinner fells, Wines general system or
.. Medical) men, ilh the greatest jKj ,il.lccxternallr t..ircca Kr. For 8.lft l.y \V. //. 1.'ItINCIS.. and Fancy Saliinclt lo. iVo. 1 Berry's Row, next door to the Post of some particular organ of the body is the certain DANIEL LOYZ, .
d..
t / ) in the following complaints. T.dIHIa..Jrn, I li, 1833! 231L Kentucky and Jeans breasted Cloth Office.Subsrribcis result; and when this state happens to be united Aug.. 10, lC30-tf EsrP,
Double single vests, Superfine with other of -
--
disease -
For the Piles I in the chn any symptoms its effects arealways A
Tiglilnc-s Plain black blue Satin nIIlE having mane
do. and
To PlaiatcisIRON U.icksilk Vchtl arrangements much "PITD1W1TTTD'I-_ 1P1
thereby aggravated. The of _.... .
Or For all Dropsy, I clli'l'c ally ii cluihurcn.f' do. Fine do. do. with! some of the mokt extensive SADDLEand .._ __ progress___ __,_ ._ -- "
NCR t\V8: received l.y the Schooner figured f.Ulcy figured nrtntni-.b----- -n.n..inn-uw__._.. .i. -.1"...- e tv :.1 II.B Ar KIRKSEY nave receired aa4 4
10
Tender Feel, f.ullJkcr. of the .JIIU avr KERR
legs, from Baltimore Colored V.ilenliis, of superior quality, Fancy HARNESS MANUFACTURERS in the i admit of time for the sf150
Honkcy arc now ready application of such aid as is to for sale, a large assortment ,:
b'oro tlirojl by Cancers I or frthcr fungus ,
KMCK Cities will have
Silk du.lo cloth Velvet) ,-Fair fancy 'l'hil.c'- Northern 01 hand and be contin.
ulcers or tli-livory "II the payment of ll>o anie. Ap-ly tiJuuue Lc offered by art yet, in general, the premonitory ture on as reasonable terms as ever before iI1
however obalinalc
or or coloie.l silk Velvet.-Fancy figured .".-superior ually receiving the present season, an EXTEN: i
i.l f .. R. IITTON.; ; symptoms of gastric load are perceptible for to the public consisting of
eh Croup, I long standing, quality ami' latest Mylc cut silk Velvet do. Sly ASSORTMENT ol Sadil les. Bridles, two l a Sofas
day or previous to the feverish and sofa Bedsteads
)Vhooping ( Eu.vu, Frcidi Wounds, IC1CLbcilChlrc.4on\ A superior jiulity of Ladies Cloth, Merino, Martingales, lIa.'lIes es. Trunks, period, when the most efficacious assistance psroxism, a Bureaus, sideboards secretaries
and
4 Tlifre sire many thousand rertificntrs of il.c .: o. Salt O; Ti. rc('" RICE atir't. Thibet and Danusk Cl..aks.Ciiildrcns ( a'let11111 Saddle Bags, Yalcescs,,, given, by unloading the stomach and may be Centre card and tables ,

;nost rerpeclahle cud authentic cliaiactor many ,>f JC 1 .Marky, or Port Leon by1IOLT& :, Jeniun Ja-'kcts and Pants.iMcrinu Ac., all of which: will bit or the bcsl maUriabi and canal of iu irritating contents and thus alimentary Bedsteads Matrass extension

which may be examined where tin* artide: i infoldIt M'LLEK.KLMOT's Cravan, l black! Italian silk do, sujtcrfTnciwilleil superior workmanship; they were manufactured the susceptibility of disease.JTIOffafs reducing Mahogany chairs .

IK fdtll) nnxt{>ri>ul aj)|/healion, and for ma. -- d'l.l.illlll'lI' expressly for tin market, and we Lclii-ve them )
f,10.. r riniihint) ; ; <) cnumrr:lcd in tin rapper mi ( (UN CJICE. and silk Pocket Handkerchief-. rqual if not superior to any over otfered in this city. : Life Medicines, should: always Rocking nurse and cliildrens! chairs witi ,

...l Luiuy: cHi-ctivc; but for 1.1) 1'ihnJi'intc I)R. HLLIUT'S PL.4.STiRhahVi.niisv.l: with Colton filth woolen shins and d ra"'crs. Cloth d'>. Wo invite the citizin nfTalliliaubco and the public and be taken if in the early stages of billious complaints; sonic assortment of dining chairs,life gets.
unrnnim'in siicrcs : And uheiivir it persevered in strictly according to the directions rrs, &c. '
Illas I CmMrcnsJo.Oakl.iiiUPhilailclihi! aid
rail examine
to
t '" I' are II<>TC IxMind to > generally the! work,
.. Ixen: i sit r.il iurd, hasi CJ the of qua. will positively effect a cure. Tallahassee Ang 3BEKF
ijifisriled oflicrrrir.c
tt :; J i !> i I') o< 'l. not cure. > | nsr ) ) : >* mailnMipurfinc Coots. ity and |riccb. -
.. ; .al fur tl l.t' fiire ol'iJuint-. bin nf all The mineral medicines often prescribed in these -
( lot
4 ; ;; > i u.r" l.. For by Negro r descriptions.yShUicrfincPliil ALo on hand a GENERAL ASSORTMENT
t es.1 rf.ins, ami ]'reveni fnriln-r, pain. cure, at the same time cicate an unhealthy state of
-- WANTED
- -- Fur Hais.I I and IUTS, En hh and other qua'itior' ;;; topweba.segoed
1'' 1 I; I LET. Pi if'e ro cents frr \viihdiiertioM8 for use. Mens fine silk, \,o..lrn.forinol und Cotton IJo- Coach and Sulky Hanut, and a fine astiorlnunl the blood, and consequently tend to promote a return CATTLE for which ti' hi
l F.ir >ulc ill T.dlillh.<,-rr.llt the Drugstore fDOLP11 of the vciy disease which they arc employed k
t ,. flier HarnebH : price will be PYeD.on &
"
brass and
Trimmings Saddlers"Tools : ap
I Ir'Hfd" )
r. plated
t .it ': 'I i. : 'I''f,1 \ !R \.\ A: Ll'JS.hyIih. : ul Cloth', Cansiincres Satinetls and Vest ; to cure, It is then by the use of purgatives exclusively BROWN & GALBi.1JTI
Iti o ;, ,
( : < LI/ 1.IH thha.! I 111 ; Stage and Wagon Uairct, Tacks, Brass formed
:,1 ,
_...i i., ;.r rj"i1AVT To.i -. ---.-- ----------4 r.t 0'-.-'-.'- nf "II Ie'rriitiOfl,4.- 17 tf. and Silver Tuft Nails, Curry Comb-, Cards and bexting within vegetable themselves no compounds dcliierious, which, pos- Tallahassee,Jar 3G SS&t-

& ALr.XA>'Diit.: For 'ule.l'lCli IMC.; ni'iiNTINFO1MS "I Brushes Halter and Trace Chains Coach and which decomposition,combination,or alteration agencies nan CITIZEN'S COFFEE HOCS>.

,' !. hrk. :\' \ ( Jh.W :;t BARLEY, suitable for heed. Petit the cilizrin of Tallahassee and tho Singe Collars tome very superior; Girth, Ruin develop ai bring into action ; and therefore 1 HE "
Subscribers &*
S have this
_. ., capa opened
---- --- '-- --- GulfH .' and Straining Webb Saddle ? and
tlun ;ced of the that hi Ka located himself t., Stage
> : pa t var. Kmiuireof cnunlry, : ble cf producing no effect, save that which is desired mcnt in the of .*
f (..t'u.or.r t\ Ua'les JOHN! IMttKIIILUgl I in this city, 'for the purpnsp of pra.-tism; DentalSamgcry Wagon I Hamcs. lye! .".'*/t>i.ales Rings and -thai a safe remedy is found. I Monroe street City the Talahueee.and .iII

: COJ1.TI I.S.SI OJV MJi; CII A- JV'I'.S U'r." 30 \ 1 and has tsKen the -rooin formerly occupied Slop; Gcntluincns' aijj, i.a ics' Riding Whips, i The Life Pills and PliCilix Bitters have Representatives, opposite Hall They Capitol prepared*
are
!EW ORLI': NS. -----1'oIIcc. by Dr. Crow, adjoining Uto Saloon of t he fome very nrat with ivory handles. Coach and proved to be the most happy in their effects in cases I commodato the citizens in good style and**
City Hotel. Buggy do>; Wagon and Drover's Whips; Coach of bilious diseases "
of I
REFERENCES Done KMJ, fBMIE Subccribi'r having sold inn Store HoutcJL any purely vegetable preparation commodating terms intending to keep aRes fill
Lnnipj, Top and Step Calf and
Leather
Dr. M. i ik prepared to d 1 every variety of workin Kip offered
jtff ever to the
trn. &t"l t J Fi-hcr. and Stock of Goods to \1 1I"rll. Ford & Lock. the line hiprofusxiori, and offers his servicesto Skins, Boot Liningr;Sheep Skins, Morocco Skins public- If Ibe stomach is i trat. Brcakfa&i Datnen SqplA S
foul. cleanse il
l\cr& Kirkniy, rman, with! the intention of leaving the Territory, the citizens of Leon Conuty.Hn various colors, Bridlo and Harness[ Leather Skirling they by exciting to throw off its I. Qyifcrt, &c. served up in regular French Jt1 .1 '
f Taloillulll.$ dcMrcH all thoxc indebted to him on note or Skins Bear and Buffalo In fuel contents ; if not, they past to the duodenum without promptly furnished. The Bar is fUmnishCdwell poi '
open be found at hill office at all hours of the log llobcs. >
4 Messrs. Molyneux, \Vitbcrby CI. Livcrptio.t may e riling vomiting or nausea in the stomach i and selected stock cf Winci._wquori
aecount to mnko payment before ho 1st day of r d-iy. nov 16 tf we have all articles generally kept iu such an establishment ; carefully
Much 23, 1939. stimulating the neighboring viccro .
tho liver and .
as >
3 I January next. K. LOCKliRMAN.Tdllaliawrc.Nov. I of which wo offer to the public al a :
: 28, I IRffO 3t For Sale. ,.,,_,1,4 ".:". D [>ancra so as to produce a more copious Bow of : Intending to pay every attention toth! }
it. COACH MAKING. A QUARTER StCTIOrt of first rate Land, All w kinds w y.i.of.e.Harness made to ordrr. their secret ions into the iutostince, stimulating the .lament, they rrspcctfallr solicit the pal !. I

? .. 'rnF Subscriber begs leave \ inform his fDlllC .ul"cl, her wishes to cell several valuable situated two miles norlh-we Tallahassee. WARD & MAY. cxhalent capillaries terminating in the inner coat : Ibo public. rG.)IA U r.

friends and cu.torer. in general, that! he has re. JL TRACTS OK LAND near his rcsidenco. Apply to N. H. Repairing of all kinds done in tho best which an increased flow of the useless panicles of B. FAY$.', i

mo red JIM Coach Making EstnblsJ. Punters dcrirous to retain their capital in labor It.J. J IhCIUFY.: sty c and at the shortest notice. nor 22 Uio body, foreign matters, or reta.ioeallCcrction., Tallahassee, Oct. 1!' 1839. .
ti dent fiom epposilo tho new can bo ar.c'Jrllmocttwd with mos satisfactory. credo July 2! 1 1H39. are completely discharged. ..

flI little west of tho l"rrltyteril Church! on tho 20J It. KOUI-RT GAAfHLE. TO .LET t rffe 'tffcdfcsJb OKRA or TWIN COT. For sale by DB. WILLIAM B.. '.HATWA. !!

I toot street; w having creted suitable building Wetaiirre! JefTcrson Flu., 2btl Nov. 1839. JL Xf V If If TON SECt; fur sale by RANDOLPH 4-.Lnwis.; his professional scrriceIfl',OiJf; 'Ii
Stoic formerly occupied l-y Kerr A Kirk- Tallahassee JuneS OFFERS
if
.-employed a good set workmen, aud rrceiv. THE JOSEPH DOWLING. TaU a. and the sdjsin'tttU'He
ed a complete assortment of A J.L.persona having claims againtt the SL.M'rlltcr For larlieuI1f1.inquire: of "Tho Okra Cotton( or, ar it is more properly has taken the Office ou Monroe sUIbe .:,
ratcrill.ill. KIRKMAN ABERNATHY
A.
will KERR I KEIiKSHY.Tallaha : ; & IIANNA.
plca o them 4.
present
I called
found ready to execute all )l immediately Twin Cotton likely upcrfcde all other 1Talbha.see.
store of Messrs Kerr ,
4-Kirksey.
Ihi businfffs with nuatncss Irter.despatch.any bflca for !. lllemcnl, as ho will remain a short) lima in .ce. Oct. 1830.PAINTS Cot I on here. It is i ascertained to bo a more hardy Commission. merchants NOT l .

r .r ir uiiY. 1'all.d.ahee "or the purpo&e of settling his busin OILS, &c. plant, and, having u lorger tap root, it bears Nm Orleans.. 16Notice. .

r N. D. lme made and repaired I I in thu he"t; -J.ui-1' 22 J. J. B1RGE. 25Od Ibs While Lead, it oil, in kegs of 100 ll>sand drought I ettor. Its staple is finer thin the Petit Refer 17 to 1839.U.K.: Cail, and Henry Bond. 4,5 "ir'."

.nne..1""e. Adiniuisirator's Notice. 25 Iba each-Linseed oil, Spin. Turpentine, Gulf Cotton, and what is a great desideratum, it Jon. f4f| 'THE Cc-Partnersbinh aldaar| '

I "Sepll 1839 1 ,K,r.on having any logal demands against Drushvs. etc, and Window Glow of various sizes. yield more to the Seed than any Cotton .known; r Leather, Lime, and Hair. of STEWART BARN -

ALL Estate of JAMES HALL late of Jeticrsoa For talc that iI', a poand of this Cotton in tho Seed will \. -,HE Subscribers havo constantly on band a .dissolved by the death of lImo sea Of J"

P. COPJItANlV, County,dccascd,arc requested forthwith to render 1R..iNDOL'1I & LEWIS. produce more clean Cotton and less Seed than any 4& complete assortment LEATHER,suitable 'persons indepted to the bit are reqo ,

l, ARTIST I II : in their claim*, duly'aUcslcd and Ihona indebted Aprils 1830 38tf Cotton known" Nov 23 I bl Gin Bands, 7/artiess, Carriage Tops, Boo's and immediate settlement and all *"Yf1lC., it.I .

'd to tho sauio will osaka payment to the Subscriber Shoes:&c. Also a constant supply LIME, and please present the sasi*. 'x '
I
M Use Old COPARTNEItSIHP.7IHH15 I'iniioFortc Music. HAIR for Plastering JH E.BA RN A RD Jr.Sort iWf]
I Academy ] WAI. BUDD : : of which, they off'r ,
/uidIOal. uIiscrihershae tI tued; into partnership 8ALU at the Jewelry Store of Messrs .
FOR low.forcaih, or iu exchan >f" hides,at their Tan 'TaUah J",14'I 3r'
,
do bonis JL '
COP&JANN. would ot
Adminittrator nun. under flue linn J.B.; HULL- CO., and & Nniti formerly J. Gerardin. Yard. DROWN ,
& -
palr.ns, his stay Muntieollo, llth Jsinury.. 1840. 23 01 wi'l carry on the business of MERCHANTTAI. GALBRA1TH.
tha 'afahUce L'
IR Tallahassee Anr.lItb'J838: NoUce Estate, 0rjfm
orolo a much Uur pc LORS, both in this place and tbt city of New TO BENT. i-if V1" -

ihoM who may fish, their urlraitspken.7tofj.ve NOTICE.- 'oretltruro I be. York. Arrangements have been made for a constant THE.Plantalion'o& Shell Point,, Land for; Sale.THE itWEfUtlIuetueciJtal. U*- .
OFU'
; Co-Partnership existing
lum .n early call. Mr.C. ihe and full suppjy' CJoibs, Cfssimere* .Test by Mr. A. iIII
S. ut subscriber
offers
,-#. lime; yould lake U. bis acDowfrdgemcnts Iwwm JtG. Wniiims and John R, Lloyd, in ings, etc.And a Jars assortment of Beady, Made a I Forreitcr, is eflered for rent the en.u1ngycar. -, : : in 0.(ork or for sale hit tnri"'otrand, lertbj noua.. u. ..1demaaa4i .

for I 'qtca.o UpH' tho Tallahatee Excnunge, i Is tliesolyed this day.by I'lotoing! and thy are now prepared> to' ; For terms and further. lather *, iukleLakoin lbs wffl presentt&m.for.u .#r
,
acocmimoilale of Cola. ,
neifhtarbood
Jim Alston and t 1.
The GaUla "
.appor of both GlOaa&'w;
bosiuns _
the parijes. ad
niutua consent
) inrormatiQQap'I
y the Mjui.v'f: > !irahasoe their customers and the public in article to '
'Its'vjcinity ,
t would b .p'lvase'd to have them 'e U'IUd examine; ald lien after will U' IransacUrd /J. G. Williams' ,who called for in tbeirline. One ofihe partners any Mr. '..: a. BERRY. adjoining( s. Captain"' '' .Blaokborn' and"Henry 110'4.At J q-. .-0..'J.- "tt

'hit *GdIlery of,Pointing*..*: i I'sut) rid to recejre all _note* and aecounu. doe Waite,'residing ia) New York, will enable them to .- ,,20-lf _' Doggttcoea1ning 1120 ;,acres,. principally! pint V .p'r
aa.tI..brlperMd.witb
the .'iblllbmeDhince' gUi of 1ut'Mrch; and execute all orders I&rg hickorjt1io aoil fa or .' -tT: -
.jZf&vfficeis and. the
fiwn 9o'tJocWA promptly on
Man. Iioui4u4E:
open ; mc:1 yes;' a.duk aaDJ t&o140&Cft.. 'I ribv
_
DO.
all rftbtv-coalraelod by tho *ti0 eoooern since enabletirm. tt.& ., #,l >
J41 sundown. He par ,. B. '
M ,
had his BULL
at
can ogice from. 9 i A Fins:rote" e*l Pre c dAis eo.Pir .
1 ,: a* 4 Fix- ( t ,
thttLmL' JOUXIL;LLOYD, HENRY.,.WADE .1 :' 'l'* *" ;"**_w" .*" wVnoniqvn* t )
hMzU3o'c1ockPU.. Cf WILLUM8. .LL-iurrs. -" .' TcriM win to made MS/to tka Bnrchaier/). -l I D.uePcL a
If ,
Jan | J TallabaaseeNer. 171838. t.
2&UJJUM OeC 12 !? ; 15 :
*, ( 7 '
HOLT
!
..' 18 f' J JkfMLUR.: DANIEL TIJ5OO, ; ; :Jt4 6&. '
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