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

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IW..'J5EWCEI-I would refer the readinjyQil men bad, beu1e&1 tirit:

.< jiLhp&et tbe nuowroui( and voluntary be"eAci..l.ffcctl in tho Good leltera SamariUr"Sdat publUheigjiitir of the, TH E F' 'L.0 ,It. ..I .I: : A' ', ,..;' '.". ;:.;;.. cov healthy*r! U elr:C,
t* the happy ." '.:. '. and the euWatim. ,Jjplea3al2t .
itoWrationofMOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS ANI ; r '+ J .; 'I I 4
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SjtlCIX BITTERS. fl"LAISSEZNOUS- -- 1 t .- J J I ,- .r. *
have pcruvea the letter above refer mixed Crowd of throgcrVhtfjtffc q
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pjp. ,will observe that in almoot overj cue, thei,14tb. ; a _. .: .r. '.L:HI. ; cst in'us.whiU'\fve'>fitn "
fact that no inconvenience of any sort selfishness. ,. -UibreeB& LT1IiIXor
11iJa the uluuj of these medicUica in ordinarj m gAmua Q o A a'd malignity, destroy.our eqa&nunttyJiao excite '
.-. but that-the patient, without feeling theii Cnlm11 t ;I1.tt. ( <:i dsIik'orCueks1,9tks '
irtion. i ie unircrsallj than was left experienced in a stronger previous ancotfiUteofbeallh 0-Valuable lands for Sale.THE .. Tl'YANKEE JNGUUcE1: !; I Vthey're jest Hkaocwsknlmastefs. -a'ttbnblia* downy .rU Jtyoa:thetipahot of feB&Saoi a-ploayj : liU rtrA iiyj : -

ukeiaafflicted with diteae, and In all cues nluaU oubacriber having a jrrcalcr qvantitjr of It fell out ,. ''hey doht lick the boys at first, the matter. Hia folks don't rise bfl8 ef tat r Pt*braL1i1.flbaflg* |'
i i. desirable -opl'a.day Jembark
.ufferinj; jreAl' elien.5 obtaia>ed.ln two a few offers for sale than three valuable for pUntations his own cultivation._one,situated cd 'on bar one and for a' few days all goes on jest as slick essugarhouse while mine eat their breakfast- at ing pri0' 1 society of the:.drawnig-.

1,8ft and a cure ii generally effected jn 01FrvEa I on Black Creek, about thirteen miles cast ply dai; Burlington and Philadel. molasses ; but only wait tl their light.1 room for the heterogeneous"gattienrfgi olt tul_

,-java. description, and all from Tallahassee, containing thirteen hundred phia. I furthermore fell put, that after having dander gits riz at somethin, then lay it Our conversation was now suspended by countries, those who ,Will tread on youncoro
II eues of of every I acre, 600 of which are in a high state of cultiva. after their the of the coach before the door of a .
like all and
affection it i il onnccewary for me to say accomplisnc my business. I was return. on natur, so, gettin stoppage and look fiercely for wincing-your
.iIioI' *. I believe, ihe L"B MIWCWM: !: are noweria1ly all tion the, the resic'uo! mostly farm rich houses hammock land, with ing on reaching the city before our hand once in, they lambaste folks every day substantial stone house, near. which stood a pleasant sparkling aty'fr'ror'a'c10'1'tyo r

..pL..", admitted be the moat Pcedy! and. necessary upon this and have outbuildingsthe not boon bat could be fastened to the wharf, a young afterwards. And dont they catch it. Oh spacious barn, and stable. garden for the It ,

Actual euro extant in all dineeMiofthtt also most excellent claea.LIFI i, Iurpul'lc crops' riled by any in tho country.plantation Another, about who wa standing too near the un- no. As for the skulmasters. afl the old wim- 'Now, git out.said he 'and we'll jest b in well-appointed table and cheerful faces- for

The affections: MEDICIWH of the are Liver and a Bowel, as h
JClier profed a in hundreds of cases where patienU :ontaining about 700 acres, of rich oak and hicko. sudden impulse, whether of chivalry or of names ; and as for sinators and congress gage.' unseemly scenes of a steamboat dinner. I
and that their ry land ; with 60 or 70 acres in cultivation ; and madness I the and forth dont We passed a short avenue; and I saw earth for
.."rome forward rcqnerted eipc- another in Hamilton miles know not which animating my men, presidents so they up is, in fact, to exchange purgatory,
l'' Iee in taking them might be publiahcd uch fur theldIefitof tl.e! Sunannee Springs county, about ten about 2000 from bosom, I leaped into the river, and with theassistance git it from political old wimcn. Oh,switchel upon the porch of the house two ladies, one happiness for misery, comfort for discomfort, '

otliorf.the tone In their ef' the operation Stomach in. strengthen cases acres, a small part ;in cultivation containing, with farm houses of a strong arm, and I stronger what a lot of names hero's and tyrants, and old and the other young, who rushed forwardo to: destroy the temper* to teach one to gram

tk1 restore organ!*, and invigorate the general &c. This land is of superior quality for the culture rope.the one end of which was thrown toward false-hearted patriots, and recreants, .and greet my companion. He bestowed a Me, and growl, and altogether.(o make

t As digestive of the whole body, and thus become to of sea island cotton. I .me, the damsel was rescued. I saw miscreants, and nuns, and swindlers, with hearty kiss on the lips of the youngest, and a snar himself. Thank ForuDe({ r am _

both flllctions 11011.(for they are perfectly ad a pled'! to each) Also a tract of 400 acres, at the natural bridge. no more than one thing, namely, that the other names too tedious to mention, as the turning round introduced me. I stammered indebted: ) I am no traveler for pleasure.There .- -
the St. Marks
on about
11 Tallahassee
miles south of .
; means of preventing disease and cnt. sed when he naked for -would have -but wits unable, for it \ I
,? ;jnralnabJo ) ; balfof thin is rich maiden dispite the fright, was very comelyand I aucshuneer was a catalog spoken is no law to resist compulsion, r

jtI ring henllb.in of. the head whether accompanied upon it there ia also a trac mill D seat, aluvialloi gteaten fair to look upon; after assuring myself of of the vartues.." was my divinity of the steam.bat. She was should never trust myself the tender r r.

affections! and giddinew or marked by the griovLicalamnilv water power than any in Middle Florida. which, I: made the best of my way for the You arc right ; you are right, indeed," i as confused at first as myself, at length lies of bier steamboat captains and land .

.lib pain impaired mental: energy; in pl\l pi.l Those lands wi be sold a moderate price, :and shore, fearing, that if I stayed I might be I answered ; abuse is certainly heaped observed to her father: lords, expose mnset to a the is
flatulence l ,loss of appetite and reasonable stud if desirable! the purchaser I and it is "This is the who preserved me If I had
Tiions of the licart can have Union Dank Slock of therluchl annoyed with th\k: and die admiring looksof profusely on every public m:1, certainly gentleman to: which travelers arc Jlcr. mV

Lnfflh, and the THE multiplied LIFE MEDICINES symptoms will' of be disoril found H upon\ BUADEN.part all the little I boys the neighborhood of the I I a great and crying evil. Pray heaven, from drowning' and of whom you have heardme awn will, I should never place my foot onstage

digestion. salutary efficacy.Corwlitulioni / Dec 5S 21 scene. By good fortune I escaped almost. it may not shake my country to fragments, speak. or steamboat more, but in some quiet

,\0 powew the most rclax-d, weak or decayed .in men NOTICE. unnoticed; but not unaccompanied. The !i and leave her once mighty name to b the 'What!' exclaimed the astonished parent, corner of the world, where the noise of es.

., woman, are under the immediate influencc of 4 LL persons having aify demands against lli* greatful and earnest gazo of the rescued girl', plaything of forgetfllncs." '. 1 you are the chap are you, that saved my caping steam, -the born .of the stage-driver,'

111I LIFE' MEDC1N1S Old Cough, Asthma, and t?L estate Edmund B Vass, htely decfuec. ofJcflcrjon wa with me still, and an angel in the shape I: .\V cl, 306 on at a great rate, I dnrter. Give its your hand. Darnationseize the sound of the hotel dinner.'*!?, have IfeVeF

eoniumplivo habit, arc soon relieved emaciated and I'pep.dilyc1ffd. limbs county, arc requoteJ reader of bright blue eyes appeared to accompanythe :declare, and conamost about nothin nt all. As me,' said he, at the same time inflicting a tremendous penetrated-where, secure in my own 'quiet
blood end
Poverty of the nnd thothill in their claim* properly attested to \%Tm Budd, wheresoever I went. Yet, though I I for the abusin, it does a man a nation sight of shake upon my right arm, if you ude, I should regard travelers a a se of des- ;
change i
tillers long fluid meet will become happiest rich and;balsamic Monliccllo, my authorized fluent, and all perron made divers inquirers,and sought by inquir. good. I fixes his flint the right way. The shall leave here for a month. Come in all men, whom heaven has-visited with i a
watery who make
the will
with flesh firm and arc indehlCtto same. payment : ies and abuse he dont turn hands. Wife, you've got dinner ready and prate madness and'be thankful for
ml the limbs bo covered to him. ELLEN W VASS, sought by every means to discover more jou a man, providen ; my
...Ith" jan 1ft CGw8 Admini.trtix. residence, nevertheless found it to b impossible : right round and abuse you, the better it is for receiving an affirmative answer, he led us into sanity in the midst of such universal lunacy. '
Ji'erTou diordcis of every kind, and from what. and was about to give up i in dispair, him. People air apt to examine ; and if aman's the house. j. n. 180LXON'j

ever cause arising, fly before! the effects of THF RUNAWAY when chance it that I forced bad and he's a leetle worser, And so ended my secoad adventure, which .
by happened was yon say :
LIre bI..ClXEl.: and. all that train sinking, an* the Subscribes on the 21st of December,i in TEMPLE.
Ih"weak FROM to take journey into the interior of the their sympathy riz, and they vole for him. began in a stage coich, and terminate a
ieW. andtreinour which so dieadfully) affect Girl, ""mot Kitty, aged about sixteen gets ke.I "At sunset, 1 seated myself inTront of the
the sedentary, and the deiic.it!, will in a year Has: one of hr front teeth I broken out, and State.It ,! Why, when Deacon Jones wanted to go to farm-house. [ Mount of Olives, four 'or five hundred feet
thorl time be Fucceeaed by cheerfulness, nnd every is f11..'\hilla.ne in the ankle.! It is believed sixis was on tho fourth of November, in the the legislatur, he guy old Sal Slooum, and I above the fount of Siloam near where were '
of health. in the neighborhood .f St. Mark A liberal j she hull in the slanderin ten
usage of and-no matter was a team way
our Lord eighteen
for weaklier deficiency of mtural strength, reward will be pniiLforher dclivcryatTallahas, year She The closing scene in the life of a chancery the gardens of David. Jehosephnt was amy
jnd rolaial'on! wf llio vessels, by too frequent indglfrncenf or tce.un-d t the passinus, this medicine is a B.ifc, ,C. P. MAIlER.TailahiseeJan. I mail coach which played daily between Dun. : earned her money tew, mind I tell you. Well, 'prisoner, is 'thus thrillingly beautifully were little above me, 0 the left; I saw the

rorI.in.and valuable remedy. 2Pt. 1JJ40. 27 3t i can's Island and Millerstown.Tlie : people had never hear tell of the Deacon I sketched in a recent publicMion, by that de. beautiful which :raise their pyrimidal

TTlioie: ; who! Inve! len relaxed in t'leir whole! moue'EIAksa
and! .
I til languid syt-tom. I deal but Some folks said, it was a tarnal shame that
"lako TilE LIFE MEDICINKS: : with the happiest v- njpHE Subscriber ins on not Troy-built, by a great : Ily known ns Box" : and the dome-like orange trees
B the Southern .r JL hand a very handsome: was infinitely better than the cattle who ; sich an old git.out should abuse an honest : calledthe
efcct t ; and perv/ns removing to t' I The turnkey led the way ia silence, and overshadow the fountain of the temple, '
I States! or Went Indies cannot: store! a morn impor. :-,..",..'. W assortment Plated of Watches Ware, .ew. were to draw it along the road. They absolutely I i man, and he oughter to be sustained, and I I gently raising the latch of the room door, motioned Orange Fountai.r.; This fountain: recalled
article health: and life. rlry, defied The taller of; they voted for him. Others again said, he
lint the 1 t Spoons, Cutlery, &c., which! subscription. I' Mr. Pickwick to enter. It was a large, to my memory one of the most delightful oriental -
recent .
r tswcflVcied The following, and cases gratefully are among acknowledged most by: the -- ( I ,:) '' he tiers for sn'e' on his ns-ial; .the two. whose was somewhat in the neighborhood must be a man of consequence, or his enemies bare, desolate room, with a number of stump traditions, iavented, transmitted or preserved

.I fawm* bi'ncfittpd: I" ._:*-.';/ terms. Ho wil receive new I: of a quarter of a century, was a wouldn't find out sich means to bl\ck : bedsteads made of iron, on one of which lay by theAraL. It is thus,they recount

Case of Jacob C. Hunt, NOwandsor, Orange fupf'lies during the winirr. raw boned animal, }blind in one eyp, and : guad him, and they voted for him. Atwixt : the shadow of a min, wan, pale and ghastly.His that Solomon chose the site of the temple :

TJnottlT, N. Y.A dreadful tumor le' troycd nearjlhe' ( W.ITCI 1 as JUI'AltlGi : ability and prompt. I wearing a coat as rough and wragged as asailor's : 'em all, he got an amazin' lot o' votes, and I breathing was hard and thick, and he Jerusalem was a ploughed field ; two
.hole of his face noso and : Experi. alt"b elected slick as a whistle. Artcr i
jaw. jetas
| in
: was
Flushing jacket.: companion:
: southern [ it and went. At brothers that of the gruurd
of less as at ishop 'thp conntry moaned painfully as came possessed part
the Mcdi- al
from tI'Il the Li'c :
relief ,
cod quick lan ) FRELERICKTflVLE.Piuviloiis little; short plump bratc, just the 'lection, some people come to him, and i erected: One of
cues, and in lew than: litre's nnmths was entirely : bondage was a the bedside sat a short old nun in a cobler's'apron where the temple is now
I tared. (Cane rrportcc1, with ti wood! engraving; in nnd Grocc.'ies.DC. released from his cottage, who has not assumed :. he said he hadn't oulsterstand old Sail's ,,I' who by the aid of a.pair of horn spectacles these brothers was married, and had several .
laew pun/hclilf/\V/ in press.! ) WILSON & CO. aro now rcrriviiiby the gravity of age and accordingly and he'd better, now he was elected I: -was reading from the bible aloud. It children ; the other lived aone ; they culti- .

I Caw! of Thou. Purcell *en>. 81 Jt1fRl.f age'a' Heroine from llaltimorc, a pcnor.tl frisked and jumped in his traces to the great I I her up before the court for libln'. The I was the fortunate legatee ; the sick man laid vated in common the field which they bad a-

ttientirely afflicted cured 18 year by taking with swelling 42!pill;i ia in 3 hi weeks.' I Ig*- assortnn.nl of Irovi.iml aii'l G rocerie!. The fnl. annoyance of his elder and more staid neigh. I Deacon ha'l like to snicker right out, but he l his hand on his attendant's arm, and motionedhim herited from their mother. The time of the .

d Cue of Joan Daulton Aberdeen O''io' -rhcumatira :- lowing Itl ticcs comprise a part oj their prcrcnt bor. The hardness which hound them to the i put on a long face, and talked away a spell I to stop. He closed the book and laid it !harvest being come,the two brothers bind the ;

S r fire years-i* entirely cured-ha
LifeMfdrc'uir.s( for Worms in children and found .. Cured Ilaii! handling and no small degree magnanimity shone the brighter for such rubbin' and talk of sick man. He did so. The noise o'f c.i..1 which thoy leave on the fidld. Daring; the ') .:

I then a ovrri!
L CaieofLewisAustin-piriodieal! : 1""ldc'rt, into pieces. Yet,ispitc the bad appearance he was the most sufferin' patriot m all natur". of and boys all thu busy sounds of a brother has a Wife; and children to succor -
relieve I by a small d"cc-no\v rntirrlj men ;
lMfronhit. ... I'rimc Laid Poik.Fresh ., things presented, I was ohligc to suffer it,I I laughed heartily at the anecdote, and.I II mighty multitude, instinct with life and mo- .; it is not just that my portion should 0

Case of A don Ames-cured of ft most; i 11\ctornl cud G1d.I,' utter, I for 1 could find no better convey ance.I I said, I shouh like to hear the political experience blended into one deep nitirmur, floated in a great as his ; 1 'fi take from my "

ob, nato dyspepa: end general debility. C >'ifi.,!i, Ilice I was not alone. Another individual was Deacon, as recited by himself. : ton room. Above the hoarse loud hum arose I i smme sheaves, and n them to his ; ho wil .

. Caieof Adah, Adam, Windsor,Ohio-rheumatism I l.nI", '', I'ino Api'lc ali American C'liccnc.AsMirlid with me, on whose countenance, manners I wouh make a saleable volume of it..*' from time lo time, a boisterous laugh, or a j! not perceive it, and therefore cannot to
t ,gravel, V.vcr: aflVctions, and- cncrlll nerVOIIRcebiiith:1d Pickl'-s Picklfd Oy tern, I ho exclaimed the engineer, in a determi
ben confined raised i and habiliments, was written the word "Yan. of some shouted forth by one ot take them. And he did as he.bad
seven -was song
C from her bed by liking:: one box ofl"l1s years and a bottle 1"\Sa and \\"Inut,. Catsup;Rai, "iii9, ;kee!" He was a tall, spare man with a 'piercing tone of tnumuh'ou're- an author, air you?I scrap the giddy crowd, would strike upon the car1'I ned.

.fbitlert-a moat. extraordinary: cure-she is iiowa Pepjur Fig, Almonds, lunch, Starch, I. eve, and a restless set of features. His !I Jest as like as not now, you've been takin me for an instant, and then be lost amid the roar!I The same niiht* the other- I DrOIer.1 awoke '

very healthy an robust, woman-attested by her1uaband Snuff, Regalia Srgarn J nppearel, which was evidently the work of a off the hull time, but I'gues-j you won't find i'I of voices and the tramp of footsteps ; the i and said to his wife-' My brother is
Shubcl Ad*",!. Winirr Oil I, Candles Soap, I consisted of coat short skirted nothin' what aint creditable." he
Sp.-rrn I country tailor, a : breaking of the billows of the restless sea of:yo-.iug, and lives alone compankmless; ,
Care of 1f1:. .adaer. wife of Joseph Dadgcrt I.incvd j Oil ?pirits of Tupenlino, with flat round brars I "1 hope not," I replied. '' him in ruboryor
and without. These'arc assist
uHj i/mfir to..Ur o-rent! the M,n". Glati", I guarntsbed soul I life that rolled heavily on has no person h
v' Iwo l.cj'l.I .
Case of Susan Goo
. woman-subject to ill\ health ncver.il year*-.1 N. E. Rum Atnrivaui; !IJrandy. which were stuffed to repletion ; and u pair I ," said he, in reply, "though you might j time, but how melancholy to the watcher,i,I we should take from the.common: field a. ma-

r .:allroiir i of hale lli*ulld LfeIellicilleli: entirely rest.redheris forms Cash. No goods m f'uiurr will b of "Oh no we never mention them's" which few. On surveyin' character on being newly any by the bed of death "There is no air here,",, ny sheaves a he. ; let us arise, and crr to
now IIp.altll\
till: paid lor,-.::rcainst anccs short for their owner were coaxed presented your view, is i like examinin' a "The certain number of be
Case of Ji.If Thomas/ : ,laughter of E'.i! TliimaFwugli de'u'.rll p llivl) being two t said the sick mal, faintly. place pollutes ;, his heap a ;
II b and rycnpioms: 01 1 consumption-cured in forliid.P.T.I. I toward the feet by means of the narrow leathern statute or a pictur' at a distance. When you it ; it was fresh around about where I ]r! will not take notice of them to-morrow, and :

.e bar week!*. Her mister cured o1as'rere attack of -.2.2.1! a3 ", I straps. His terminations downward were git nearer it, apparent beauties air defects, walked three weeks ago, but it grows hot and therefore cannot_ refuse to take them.' And

nflammatory rlio.uiu.itiMii: in ex!'. WF.KK.CISC : : J. II. MIFFLIN, I I cased in a pair of cow hided boots, well and those whose apparently were defects, heavy iu passing these walls; I cannot breathe I I they did as they had determined.

, ofS. C"h'in-curi'd of ;a c-vcrc attack, ofrarlrt P o rtrsi il :Painter, cleaned and greased; while the upper extremity air arter al healtie ." I IV it." We have breathed it together a lo ig In the morning, each of the brothers .
fever in a few riay oy the Life Mndicmi-n. (()f Philadelphia,now from Avgusta, (:C().) of short rut, much-com .\ :, said I, "you are a shrewd i. IThcre to ;
thin and surprised see
Case of Harriet Twoyi: ..,d, alilll', N. Y.-was in tin- citizens of Tal.M wore a mass flQ\:I time," said the old man. Come, come went to the field, was .
11 g' f:=IEGTt'UI.14Y invites : and sleeked hair, over which was truly, and I think your opinions are which the still equal neither
I very low Matof health a year and a halfdidtot virinity to call and exmiue"letII'uo wel i was a shbrt silence, during that! the two heaps were ;
- expect tu recover. Mi-H T. is now uhle! in ,<'f hi* Curt it in Portrait ; Miniature, .t t the kind of a small hat. ingly correct. two spectators approached the bed. The of them could inwardly give account of this .

lad M't'' about and is raiiidly recovering b.th. healiJi r. ncir the corner of Mouop we Direct and Discovering evidence in my companion's "None of your flattery, if you please mi. sick man drew the hand of his fellow prisoner prodigy. They did the same. thing for several

uI Cue Ilreoglh.of J. Washing o-i Mj'inre a few c.lourt from Mr. llorthr.- resiles mess of his desire to speak, 1 leaned ler," said my companion, while a cunning towards him, and pressing it affectionately nights in succession ; but a each of themb
.e Benjamin Tucker-fcvrre case o! ot'n ..ufl'v.lItudcoiuiu'gt. and waited till it smile played over his features. "But, hallo! : it in his brother's the same number of
Fer acd Igllcuu.'d in a very short Fp ice 01 l lUa : frimcs (for Portraits and scttinjffor back on my scat pacicntly : between both his 0\\1\ retained grasp. >re to his heap
e. Directions foll'Mved strictly.. mil. iii nrc"{. should please them to open the conversation. hero I am near home, and as he uttered the I I! "I. hope," he gasped after a while, so faintly sheaves, the heaps remained equal, until one

Cue of Amos U vis-ArTcctiorlv; of thu Liver- jan 13 20. I did not wait long. Hitching himself onward last words, the coach stopped. "Now, he that they bent their cars. close over the bed night, both placed themselves 0:watch to ascertain -

IW trying doctor's remedied! in vain for 1 long t'IIJRI :, till his disjointed frame was directly cxcaimedl'lriing' toward me, you appear to : to catch{ the half formed sounds his cold blue the cause of the miracle, and met

tme, .at cured by the Life Medicines without I IIIC FUn1 IMVH cm (:cousipnrncwt, a opposite to mine, he first looked out of the be a ce\'er aiul you ain't in no great ;I lips gave vent to ; "I hope the merciful: judge each other carrying the sheave destined for
nl. Extraordinary; of I.vtmn Pratt who wan I.II lot of Good Furnituro &c, which coach window, and then peered into my hurry, calculate, suppose you stay at i will bear in mind my he:wy punishment 0:1 the other. I
cUP .
afflicted with, I'lnlusic 20() ye.ir*-lr. ,. tdII" rfoct I I l-.r will C.\he >- H.: at :small adunc. on factory price face."A my house a few days. I've got a couple of I earth. Twenty furs, my friend, tweaty "* 4 Now, the place where so go atougt

I tire in 24 hours. by ihe u>P of( tIle Lie .V D. C, WILSON &CO. dreadful nice country on our left," said first rate horses, and you can ride over to I in this hideous grave. My heart broke had entered the heads of '

Tllulladluf pcr-on Imidpil( l i i-i cdICII'1 D( ?2.1939. I he "mister-mister Oh I've heard your Millarslown jest whenever you're a mind I years when child died, and I not even kiss him time, and had been so perseveringly pursued,
"*<, 'r. my
- sad I-nun by a judicious HITTEKR,une been of restored loYrA'*to the! I'uls\'fdi iU1dFi .ila 'fijfne.G .- name, but forget it"-and-he looked as thoughhe tcr. Oh, come along,' seeing I hesitated, 'I in his little coflin. My loneliness since then must be I place agreeable to and men ,

Wfttof all the coiiifirts of lif.j.' Tlie llt'f enJlY'1 sire I II expected us to reveal our pationymic. see what you're a thinkin' about, don't mind in all this noise and riot, has been very dread. blessed it, and chose it to build thereupon the "

.: nt to tlie( and the I $ about names was answer,: short acquaintance, you're jest as welcome He house of (;od.'
it| j'M'; taste smell, gently antringc .. .. .. "No matter my our ful. May God forgive me ha seen
'te CH A.e oft le tomachi,and jiv that pr-per tensityaicli "it is toochampuin just hero to pelease me." as the Governor, come along and be. solitary, lingering death." He folded his What a charming tradition! How it .
Kbetter good digllion requires.and A*theconH'itu-nothing can and lino ik now opening for "Tew shampaia oh you are a tee-to- fore I could decide to refuse or not, he dragged hands, and murmuring something more that breathes the simple goodness of patriarchal .

_ lion, I there is nothing moc n'Jrih generally lck now. :..ilh1IS& use,new superior the Great Florida Mail, form taller, though 1 take a leetle of the stuff my me out of the stage. they could not hear, fell f into a deep sleep; ; manners How ancient and natural is i: the S

ldgd to be peculiarly efficacious in all inward. crly gr-nt cnrryins Aligutor Route. self. I wish I could dew without it, that's a 'Needs must be when the yankee enjrinecr only a sleep at first, for they saw him smile. inspiration which fulls on man to consecrate

i. IDr,101 e'farpctitcindigeiitinn, depression (l ln Schedule commencing the 2G/7i of fact, but I don't hurt no one, a little, jest in drives,' said I to myself; and comfortedwith They whispered together for n little while, to God a place in which virtue his germinated ,'

' Wmtc sriii,trembling or shaking(the hands and II RIbs.I. Leaves Mobile, Tuesdays,Thursdays and.o.: u r. moderation. Perhaps you like the land just this pithy apothegm, I bade the driver and the turnkey, stooping over the pillow on earth I have heard,amongst the A-

hi habit CtUghIsliortness of breath or n-uuip. days at 4 P. )f., connc ling in Mobile Bay will I afore us now 1" assist i me in taking down my baggage. This drew hastily back. lie has. got his discharge r.ibs, hundreds of legends of this l ture- -

c e The Life Medicines wonderful efficacy the New Orleans Steamer when they are in sc.ison, "No !" was my. reply, hit was too rocky." done, my acquaintance requested me to ," said the man. He had. But he The atmosphere of the bible is breathed in. (
possess *
t .W nervous disorder, fiu, ne.dachc.wcakncsiJ Arrit.r at Apalachicola and Tallahassee Wednel.. "Tew rocky well, 1 admire to hear you be tolerably patient, as his conveyance wouldbe had grown so like death in life, that they knew all parts of the East." 7

I, fceavines* and Inwnes of .iriU, diulc'l <,f fr day, Fridays and Sunday, and at Charleston' Fridays ir talk, I dew," ejaculated my fellow passenger. there shortly. And truly ho spake, for in not when he died." ;(

H V>U eoufiincd thoughll'lnderi"g of the mind Sundays and Tuesdays 1.2 at from night.Mobile Time and 4d.iysfrom "You are just as hard to please as my aunt, a few minutes a country light wagon, 'driven --.-- ---- Apropos of the Battle of Lake Ere. Wo :
days "
. weather,3
tipors and nnd all kinds of favorable PLEASURK What a an "old salt, who,if we remember
melancholy crooked crit. made its TRAVELING FOR once
.i. "" IYl'lletc New Orleans to Charleston, and to the I Jerushy, and she was an awful by a young negro, appearance. hear ".''
t wwtknens plaints of aro gradually removed by use. Wilmington Steam Boats.Passage ter that's a fact." 'No'.v, Joe,' said the engineer, 'lift these misnomer Those who travel under such a rightly, was in the engagement, describe .
stomach flatulcncirs
orol Htruc-
. h tO"thellre tie and p0werfu!, and as a purifier> and Fare. Not licking to rest under imputation, I trunks into the wagon. Get in, sir, Mister I I flag, are always wishing for the port that is their subsequent scene on board the brave #

. 6 Uw blood they have not their equal in the Mobile to Penaicola.! $I lu 0 told companion that I liked neither groundthat Mister' to terminate the voyage, when on board shipsor Perry's vessel. One poor fellow was tent .

.a1! Mobile to Apahchicola, 20 my too level, nor that which was to .'Clambake,' sid I, supplying the word. steamers, and get into a stage with prayers blow to the surgeon, with his right arm '.'

Idditional particulars of the above medicines Mobile to Tallahasroc, 26 50 was in all other things, just 'Mister Clambake,' continued he, 'and t for a speedy arrival at their destination. AH dangling like an empty coat sleeve at his tide.
tfeff i's "Good Samaritan," a copy of which Mobile to Charleston, 65 rough, preferring to home. Obeying his request travel is attended with-. hurry, bustle, disappointment was shattered near the shoulder, and amputation
. 'Ct0OPaflksthie.' medicine- can always IMST1 Tallahaeseo to Brunswick 20 50 medium. we'l soon get l
copy unavoidable. He bore
There is
nt? 0 Uw J'fforent Ar nl. who have the Tallahassee to Charlesten, 3 50 "I say squire," resumed he, "you amt a I found myself conveyed at a rattling and vexation of spirit. pronounced
. medicine fu ute Tulldliacfiite to 5t Augunline. I ?" 1 shook my head and pace towards his domicil. the baggage to sea to, porters to quarrel with, the'painful operation without a groaaormtzr.

French, German, und Spanish directions can be:I For.vard deck passengers half price in the Slearr I lawyer. spose! not a uoctor I nor .sschoolmaster Durinl the way my entertainer commenced landlords to growl at, cold and rain, vicissi. mur. although col 4rop' of sweat tO
. Uiawl on application: at the olficc.375 Bro d way. Ioill.: through, totake outside seats on the stages smied.UUh you ar?" discoursing on divers topics, and among the itude of season and climate to contend with; his trmblng tesn. hour or ,. ter
AH when
I''. post rie letters| wjjj receive immediate atte&tion. Dud the second table required. perhaps of boilers and of he called the
Passengers a taking tickets throujh. and proceed. "Neither I replied. rest, mankind engaged his attention. there is the fear bursting, his arm was amputated IrO

Prepared and Fold by WILLIAM B. MOFFAT, nc regularly with the line.ao to nocharfeciwhalcvcr I "Oh, i see! you aint an injineer or a can. 'The women are curious critters, that's a stages upsetting-the annoyance of close to his side, and said, *l should like" t se my '

4 Brodway. !itt, York A liberal deduction I for Meals, Porterage or any necessaryaccommodation. awl contractor, air you ?" fact. Joe, cut long sorrel, wi you. .There's state rooms, and unchanged sheets-money arm, if you have no .bjtion. "None in ;

'ade t tuea who purchase to .dJ!! again.; of "Neither of these friend," was the res something about 'em, I know what it taking to itself wings, and flying from you on the world replied "if you desire :
: my .
and aro
ACENT-The Life Medicines may also, bo had The Hotels in Brunswick ..11111'0, is that's a above anythin' the masters of I all sides, and on all sides disagreeable sundsand it." The,amputated limb was and
town On the Stage peg brgt .
I 11 e in superior order. pass. .
- o Principal Druggist every ponse."Then the cold had
., United and the Canada!: which requires but 36 hours,) ho l'roprietors have ," said he, while his countenance natur' can produce. Here's my dearest disagreeable people, which, altogether, poor Jack, pressing '

fj m 'UhODllho. Lite Pills State and Phcnix Bitters; and provided Eating Houses, under the charge of well bore all the matks of baffled curiosity, "what. Mary, for instance, sh left me tho widest would drive a man mad at home ; but whichare t forgot its cunning, in its left,exclaimed, w.

><, M $imjhje of John Moffat'a signature qualified Stewards', at which they can ptomise airth air ?" little country gal in all nater. I sent to be borne with forsooth a the accidents tears in his eyes: "Farewel messmate! you .
: of neh bollle of Bitters or box of comfortable and neatly orvcd Meals. on you and better. and I have many a tough, gale
, lbl'tbl route for ladies, and will be "A man of 'leisure," replied I, hesitating a ,Boiling to school, for four years of travel.Travelng. together
This is a de.iable I moved down to this for It the and now we must parYo have
fteM accommodation the question- In the meanwhile, pleasure empties
intended to return
Valuable tale by an little "and permit me *
Medicine, for still
more 'In whfn ,
UANDOLl'H are A LEWIS. taee, avoiding night travelling is established. What-are you 1" place, for I got it mighty cheap, and as I ob purse, sour the temper, makes one pettish, beea a good friend" to me : I shall never find. .
b8 Coaches can bo sent I tboState tho state improvements, rand selfish unsocial, morose and such another! The day after.the baule'as.we
.,' 28 Tallahassee.:_ Two commodious a "Me! oh-why I am an injineer on tined a situation on complninful ,
and Horse cannot be surpassed first chance. Home pleasure Whatis gather from a record preserved in the
. ., Fresh time. TJie Stage viz. tho'Cherapcako" works down Columby. I thought it was a rate miserable. Traveling-for .
8eeda eeds. on line in the Union. The Slamer. t an-d.she altered amazin'. To comfortable feather American Museum the funeral obsequie of. :
;: *ICHtN Lower any and "Southerner" on ( ."Then I imagine you. are a violent politician she come lately, was it 1 exchange a .
a 'lot f.Bulbous Flower. Roots, a" and "Kingston" the Gulf said I. Of course, as I'm a father of hern, I think'ltte a bed in winter, or clean cool mattrass in sum. the American and British officers, whO bad
..\ atsdfmhi. and the "Champion" whenever,the of her than else but there curtains sheets, and fallen in the action, were performed ap.propriate >
selected safe : boats-but "Then I rather you are mistaken, more any body men, with snowy snowy a .
4isic. guess .
. .r..lami.or Bngeman's Gardeners aa cli the cout. aU the trip on Ev- said last she waste sweet blankets and coverlets, and i. :
for the culture of fruit, weatIser u too stormy responded the engineer, darn politics! a great many Sunday, snowy pillows, afectlng'msnnor. '
I' .and flower dirtioo.Jo.trecoived'and for sal. th.AtJapLic and part on the Gulf. will be made "y bodrtalks politics, and tho hull countryis prettiest gal, and the most like a lady, of a capacious bedstead,and an airy room, for.a An opening margin the bay was ;

' NDOLFH &LEWIS. perfectlY safe inland passages.The the Line throughout cry harry to,change their rullers, a any m church. But jest look at that orchard. narrow box of a state-room, containing a selected forth interment of the bodies. /The .'
. In a great ,
; &M IP f ro rictor oWJ1'r : I'h. mine and 'observe at the dif. which when the achievement of get. crewof both fleets attended. weather
___will be able to, ptcaerve'"I conneciionrwonted WJ ..In. f I if they ever gained by sich 'w pJig. 1'.ne t to ;> now berth, --.L j j _ i; NOTICE. certainty.Tbla "And do"they'not 1" Itwon the two. My trees 1 amt ting int it, i.YtUl sDdry bruises' eUeCICU, was fine :the elements Deemed participate :
I shill applyat on the trips leaving Mobile and them coffin and in which you in the solemnities of tho for every breeze
J'jICElLemhy given that Line e.net. with ,-In course not," 'was the answer they brcakin'town'with frit sickly fits.you like your day.
; term of Jefferson County Court, to Tuesdayand .. on Wednesday much boot." ain't -got on to'speak.of.' flanked by a board partition on ono side, i was hashed, and not.a:wave.'ratBeJ.the surface -
too thingS '
r i1s lauidg owned ointlr: bj mictf; Henry"tMNlELBYBD a steamer from twoand Brunswick generally to 8 tbre ueu.tno.a 4Thar week I.have"Th to.yJiavef give 'my. friend," sad.Ii "to use! .'Your neighbor is'unforunte,t.1.rejoine a and ji'precipice of some six feet'on the other of the water The process of boats; the .

; are from moreover Brunswick to St. Mary., Blatk Creek, fto. own' 'expressure.phrase, t to much I 'Unfortunate! no sich things He -.for ahot that'.although the cbabnid.evne. neat appearance'of.the officers and men,the
and.pleasant comma. your rbabfiriKeb. nothin'about his place. that they are with- the slow regular'njotiaa of
thai forming an expedition I boot 'gaI$ something)t by it., : stow'eaough.Ubor.on nber.honr; ceant music .Ur
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w 'oPriflersbIp.thlr enteret kilo- nScation. .between Eul allW.t-Ford. and .t.tey.; puBfic-Ahat price bfdookey. He hat got.enough elbow :greatafbrmasriure. -'l'b AD'Or like th&'towds'..the t. 04r ,:tl.il ex, W ..
y .Or4iDarr<.bU.p.t.ka"i'bt". & of mlr' Look his bouse Us, eaaraost about olfactories-r ; nnMag
4.LI.eMaf: &Ii! moderat*' &. / ,.'&4', lighter;after the acio \ a why & u tf t o'
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t'; : BrnNot:1j: o"f : 4.
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." &.*ound minute guns from been,,that at.east mnrtg.00' of tieenty-.. out of the old states general and unqualified. is comparatively but a small portion of what 1 i in a few years, still more closely "and inseparably 'T
the-difTerent ships in the harbor; the wild and. nine of the members of this house have been :j Although the committee have presented is called pine barrens which will not repay I connected. The committee accord with L.MA
oMury "wpcct t>f the place the stillness offeature returned decidedly in favor of this measure. I' these views as the right of the people of Flo. the industrious planter either in a crop of corn I I the views expressed by the Governor upon

; gate to the scene an.air of melancholy The most populous counties have given the rida to form and establish a State Government or of cotton. Our country w.well adaptedto this subject; and in regard to the contemplated TALLAHAS8RE.ITirougn F _
grandeur, better felt than derib.IBc.. most decided majorities. The committee are with less than 30,000it must not bo supposed the raising of stock of every kind The I I works of internal improvement, to which he saturday Pe. ,13

no.le its influence, were sensibly I i satisfied also, from recent unerring indications it is intended to admit that our population is in. facilities of shipment of our products to for. 'II alludes as calculated to bind these sections to. I'

a contrast did it exhibit to of public sentiment, that since the last sufficient to entitle: us to become a state, under eign markets, are equal to those of nny pore I, gether, and which have been regarded as of the polit
the tcmbe conflict of the preceding day. election, (subsequent to which the ratification the ratio contended for by those who urge j tion of'the Union, and the cost as small. If high importance to the nation, they would ob. Brunswick and Florida Line

: Te te people of ,the two squadrons were of the Constitution has been proclaimed.) the different rules. A census, taken under a Territorial our population is yet inconsiderable in comparison j i serve that the advocates of division would do yesterday, Charesto, SarUDab.1r.
the strife of decided in favor with that of several of the States, so''I 1 well to consider whether the of such .
pngaged. il deadly arms : majority of state governmenthas law in 1837, was laid before Con. success wick papers of ,
-flhcn, each pun, increased, and is daily increasing. Manyof gress at its last session. Owing to the Indian also the necessity for large expenditures to project may not postpone the period of the Tuesday last. .r
From its tJainenuns his,.. the objectantsto the state constitution arc warany enumeration in several counties was maintain our State Government will be le s. accomplishment of such works, and even totally The Bank -'
rtd h.du A llm I Cmmtttee.are
Sj Like the a hutricii drlh. tii;>te chips 'ieding! their assent to that instrument as it omitted. In most of the others, it was loosely The committee fint,tbat, notwithstanding ,. defeat it If the feelings and interests! I their investigation, and it U p
or the rim?" : becomes better understood, than when first and imperfectly taken. The census gave usa calamity of the Indian war, the pressure and of the Middle and West are alienated from important fact has 1D o
Now, they associated like brothers, to pay : promulged! before the journal of the Convention population at that time of about 40,000 embarrassment of the times bearing heavily 1 I tho East by separation, they may, without been de\'elo Ila t.,
Jhe |last*.ad tribute of respect to the dead ofboth had been published, and full and free souls, which, after the deduction according to upon all the people of the Territory, and that I any effort to repress their pride as Floridians, English house, with whom large '

nations.t discussion had. Acquiescence in the legally tlje Constitution, for the slave population, l left although in consequence of the devastation !I which now restrains them, look elsewhere the Territorial Faith Bonds .tn' iq'i..

; lU I.on" declared will of the majority, which should about 41,000. I of some counties by the foe, it has been omitted than to that section for copartners in such agent of the Union Bank for sale

Of the Select Commit lee on Stale Gorcrn. !by a binding rule of action ii! all republican ,, 'Fliecommittec do not doubt, if a'full and to enforce the payment of taxes rigorous. :(: undertakings, and consult their own illte:ests rised to dispose of them under -eri.
r' t.iit. communities', has doubtless induced many to S accurate censes could now he taken, of all our ly upon them,-upwards of$32,449 of taxes:;,; more exclusively. The committee have been the 31th section of the par .
HOUSE f forego their opposition, and the committee do inhabitants, it would show the population of assessed under the act of the last Legislature I 1 I totally: at a loss to discover any considerations Charter or taui
OF RI'Xcsa TAnFc 1, 16.10.'Fnc expressly prescribe "
Select L : = u* whom was rot: hr >;tate to express the opinion that at this! Florida, estimated accordirg to the Federal. for Territorial purposes, have, already been |I| of policy which should induce either the peo- bond that each ani'i

mac o:U.1iaaf:h GO\' i"r'3 r.icS' j rcfrn-as re- lmn at lea.-t f foui.fifths; of the whole I people ratio, to exceed the present number of Congressional I. paid into the hands of tho proper officers, duo :I:; pie of Florida, or the Congress of the United sold for a less sum than tie _J

l.t tci i : dite; : cia Mate "ermRit, and! But would 'his unwonted !! Accounts otficer well with the 'I ; forever
: aiso! to s>ii'yeot' of PivHun of the organization go we ask, why an acquainted 'I except the gratification of the wishes I become absolutely NULL
Tcr Wll & tie : :iio: leporl thereon ', of the immediate sdniUsio.i.! of Florida Jut-! \ igi.trit: search I l'r rules ar.d 1 principles: upon !,! resources of the Territory, and whose known I! of the meagre minority who have heretofore ,I i

is *\dtai.truc'>).,:. .::: :.,.*.*; )!,*-l r.LPt-ar : the iiiii. .i. '| winch to predicateopposit.on: :: 10 our admit *- ;'. sentiments ('::1 the question of State Govern.S: favored such measure. The pride and interests We await the result of
I 'i I.,: i'i tn. >". ;' .::t".t "if: t..e ijtjf! s asMsn.O !! With respect to the right! of the people ofFl'iricl.i : >ion, ard I the 1 rigorous application, of those I ,I incut would not incline him to express such of the South have beti appealed to in with i this inTestplioQ
z ci : tc\! ;.I. m i the '!'JIM place, song O!.* to d.-.Miiui;: t this .iiiiiis>i.n, your corn. ruk-s, \hich at in-.,;t an of doubtful bound- :! opinions unless well-founded, has not hesitated its favor, on the ground that each sectio.i the great anxiety. The pie.tern or

; otFr'c; I tL.L c_.i\'t.*>i.-jil; j : i i'! If ...CUM.for I it'. iiii'iie: can add! but little t t.i: the unanswerable: lies, to exclude us1? Such course was not [: in his official report at this sesbK, to say uoukl be f formed into a new Southern State.It arrangement of the Union Bank 1r hthe
: t Ij\ :,i'c IJi t:.,: i'e<';.lc: ,' he will oAt:/ :.pC; of tile people of Florid, to the I Cor.n. .- pursued i h: regard to other states, and even a :, & that the resources of this Territory arc am. is to bo feared that this argument may mislead United States Bank ofPennsvIva.ni".. -- ,
c.us.;*{1 ;:'; aiJ, ;I.< express in this report:,, ; .'<-. fir the I. .J:t'll Su'.r.s: : coi.lained: i i the strict compli-iiice: with the ti-rmsof: the comi '; ', pie to defray all uecesaarv expenses of cov- sf>mc who may not fully understand tin, I tha former obtained of the latter pi" I
incm-irt.il oi 'ommittcu< thcCoistitutoil: : .: ): i u.iiler! which from I *S eminent with, a moderate rate of taxa- condition
i... t'u..iI'd se .tmi, ,
..t .;..lC people 1 of! Florida I have, 'for in tips.t : \ .Co.ive-ttio:!," laid before Congress at its: I last other s1ate; >,wHs wai'cd."l1y :not, as in! those '. lion, if faithfully collected! ad accounted Ian who, anxious to promote Southern inter ''e5t, should be disclosed.! tl1ont .i

.'. ; rt"- :, I joked w.lh great anxiety. iii.- st :'.10:1.: It uuy no:, however, be without; ca es, consult! the true spirit of the constitution: S' for. : clint =ls, may be induced t-j l favor it. As beforE ij: I pjst notes, and far Several 0 .
,.rguiJ4atii'1 ot u state government, and lliereuct be'.clitUi! prc.e.it S\IlC> : "f the prominent: : ar- -why :avoid: the adoption of the l.beral! and the committee: regard this question as stated, we are satisfied that the success of thi<': : large amounts, were i. I

4 t ;.niiui: fli Florida as a sovereign at d i... r"indents urged bv thc frie..d; oi btate .tro.ern-- : genuine! :; prilciplt! ; l <,whicii caused that compact: ono of mere expedience and policy, f for the project will! defeat the fi ru -sio,1 of any new, I| h hoaorcd. by the United States Bank. ,.,IUtU".1 .
J(: ):.2at :rni'xr of the national( : conft'deru.cy. me..t ii: iiuiatnaiCR: of the goner.il positin'ilicrcajvauccc -* :iandua whicli! it is l foud--d.: The primary'object : d ecasi'I! of the pe.-iple of Florida alone ; that Southern State: t fr marry years to C U1C.-: : t !te. V.'e I have learned bonds werc I
ll is true, there are those who differ t '!, a.J; i i.: a.s\ver: to tlwof its : of that instrument: WaS to secure to i it t has been thrice solemnly! decided by them, : There are cogent arguments iu favor of tlu; ;1ed by he Union Bank to obtain .pan I

frvm the ijurity.k,\ as to the policy aid expedicncy ; opponents.! i I each STATE equal rights a..d powers; and and is not open tr: discussion i here or else certain and speedy recognization: of.o-ic !:eState \., ,! the f icts should! be elicited.! We An t

S of such measure at this period, but the : Tin! riglUof the people of Florida to de. I i to each citizen equal right-: immunities, and where." ii; this section, in preference! to post..1 I reports about overdrafts, illicit regard___ft.,
loans t.
number of the r.itaority, upoii this single! ques. ; mai.d admission as a state, i i-5 based: ;') the ""privileges: ," 11 whatever section of the 111110:1: In reference to a division of the Terriory ponenent upon the expectation (of doubtfu I Mi5m j mLsRanagement '
f liOn, the c.uninhtec are entirely s&ti fied, doe ((3th article of the treaty: of cL -iui.: by which I he iiiiglit reside. While! the nvre corporation of t Florida, as is urged by a portion of the realization) of having two at sortie distant period. i ,<5-c.at home 0 lall

L not exceed one-fifth of tU: citizens of Florida. : .the Ui.ited; States pledge' "ii.it! the i inhabitants, I : or institute i cJled the "Territorial: Govcni- citizens 11' E t"t Florida, committee consider |' consequence, in comparison to these safe,
p. At several different sessions of the Territorial '. of the Territories which his Catholic! Mujesty t I lmeit t," is i ii: existence: our most important it so vitally connected: wih: the question' While the decra: 2 of the patronage of tht:; enquiry. We would trust that the subject

Legislature prior to the year 1837, this s inject ceties to the United: States: by this I rights privileges HI.J immunities" American of our speedy admission! iiito the Union and Federal Executive, and retrenchment of the;: : of the raisiug of the appraisemeatof

. was agitated, but no definite icri towards .Treaty, shall he i incorporated! into the union II citizo.-is: pledged to us ia: the treaty of establishment of the State Government, that expenses ol.theatjorial Government: are. | perty of the first stockholders! will be nJrrf
such of the United States, as soon as may be cession, if not dead, are ia alx, Our the determination of the latter conclusively into. It
effecting' object was hat, until the j yalce. avow od by all parties to t be objects of high im- : strikes us that the
Consistent! : with the principles ftlac fedeial Executive Judicial and I decides the firmer. If Florida is divided all security of the
session of that I ,
when after -ilia! I it is
year an report .. ,, parlance, soagiit to adopt a measure: \ bond holders arid of the '
of a Committee of the Cotriciltn favor ot'It .' ({.I :iiUliI! and admitted to tie: enjoyment: 'are placed over us by presidential: mandate l hope of State Governmc.it, in either portion which? will do-ible! the expenses from thea. decreased Territory was &rebr
a law was ;passed Ly a decided majority .' of all the privileges, righ's' aid immunities -oi'r pirticnntioi: ill the el ctme.it of laws l fur many: years, inu-.t be extiilg J she liosial Treasury, ii regard to Florida, wkSioul; ,; several hundred thousand dolbi.
which provided that aUhc clccti jn fjr delegate of the ciize::< of the United S'ates."' I lor our g..verlimne.. is l'lnll'C; on the partof I It is true, it has been proposed by some of the a'ltliJiofMl! : benefit to the people. With the. J The Southern Life and Trust Compm,

I, to Congress May, 137, tha vote of the Thoss; : opposed I to ti.e! i tatliiiirr.f.t! : of a f Cu.Jress-aal- : \\e an t:>tally disfiaichHed advocates of division, that the Middle and organization! : : of the new additional Territory,,j I'e learn vdl! be closly! examinedasalsofa

people should be t taken Uj..11Ih; qucrli.ri: of, st t lIe government, 3itetd that the! c\pn sio i as it regards. LIla N'iioial: : : (.; IvertIIncl.t. We t may be Tormed into a State, and that a'i adJttioT'.l, Governor, Secretary, Judge., I'erittcok! Bank! by an agent or conmaw-
"State" State." l id the trl'\, Us IIQt r.s nny b- consistent: Viewing the difl a.d exalted East und South Florida should: remai'i a Territory ( .
I or ia That election: resulted : rct situation of A ttornies. \1 ar.-Iia!-:. arid other otiicers, rnut er, to be appointed by the Governor Tii
in the expression of the popular will! in favor ." wr.h: "the principles s of the t federal cO1 'itll. our fellow eitize! : of the! .:. tcs,, our l feelings ; but the committee: fear that there is bo uppo 1teJ. The ee'se of erecting un. : ous rumors are aibal as to the time
.of"a State," thirteen !''tundrcd a'id eighty.two Mion.( has: rCi 'rc.t.ce to the i majority, out of thirty-loiir! !h.Kidred! nnd i.ih.ibi; utc: of Florida to the r.uio of ivpre eiita1i'ii s every where free i:! I twenty: votes, then give.). Al the time of this : to Congress it the lime of apphca. blesiig4: are de:1tztl Ui. Oar emotions arc t tho-e unacquainted; with our situ.i!io.J, contains 's i ii diepo i :ed to be thus prodigil of the:- C.-.I1!! t: tis? Southern!: Life and Trw
,. election :ioa: fir udri>;:i..I, and lh.it; niJc! s l like nr than is first discovered. The Comrn:!.. It iof.iJ
a large porti-ri: of the Territory had our ppu- th'is' e of till prisoners iii a'icieut! Venice, >re : at national: tnt ':re to FLriJ: i, -JouH be more a large aaJQuoTwers
been laid waste by the hostile! 1.Iit.! F. the l ag-il: eq-ial-i the numb.'r: of .such! rnl.o; we are wiio; \\'el C' tKjtiiZ"i! ,: by the i'i"cripiuiI{ ; of prospect of CI .ctllg the admission. of tiie.Middle ; justly a.id be..cficial: !! !stowed! in reliev-: < not tlohvereti; till ifter he was superceded as

: war with whom was then: rap.igut it.hl i"lt.! tot entitled! to aduis; : :>ioi.: The trcatia: i; i INterm. : '' LibcrU in g ih"i! I letters on the walls oftheir aid We.t alo-ie! would by hopeless.: .i>i her citizens why! have IK?:; ruined by the I-i-; j: (Joernor.! If so, they will be void,weslwuldWe

t. Many of ihe: inhabitants! of l I-i,-t Fl.rida; lld] .*, lefvrs: in the inhabitants of Florida: ut.. dungeons. Tli-j e"emceofaTcrrito.! :' The considerable! decrease of population, ', dancd imr war, or by donations i iu aid of the ; !: )p.::..
i of West IYjridi: had I IK.VU driven! ; from: ; liieir the time it v .1: concluded.They : 1 rial government is hostile to the tuc: principles c by such cxcisio.1 of the East .arid. ,,, of its State; Government. Such orgr.ization _. .-

t homes by the snd: :i:,y u.il: were not r i': ert to-day Mr. StJ U's report a
1 thrown out of employing.it Ly the abandon. Scale.d this clause was to secure them h hour beyor.d the period where sern: and iuiperative i mad j 10 the: admission: of the whole of Florida :. political ofiice.: but it would be to i the i Avorof State Government and against Din.i

. di iiient of their t farm.-., ;-;.d o'jligud: to co.gre. t that privilege iu its m>st desirable! form.: 1 necein'ty ceases to dem.vid is: con. on the ground of deficiency of population, ho.s burtlivrji* would Le lightened. people i ion; which! report vsas adopted by the Hoo*

: gtt: i.eai; the fortoccupied liy. troops jortjratcrtio ,' Such provision could not have reference to I aual.cl'', !1IJulrluJt IK penuiltcJ, and it cannot : as to caa-e its defeat. But, if all objections Could t-i'.s'j! wjjo pn--5 a (!IVISIOIY. auc:; 5 of Ileprcscntatives O.T yesterday, by a vote ofeady
:. : :'.:. int, sonic: were ia: i.: ct rcl'.ijjupon : .hose already ritizetis! of the United:: State.: *:, be perceived how American! freemen, :. were waived to the admission! of the Middle entitled .
reasons to weight i.i favor; of the! -. r three to ou. The resolutions;
the i h jntii luo ..Tal ai i.U who should! suheqtl! ..11y remove to Flo- alive to the which 1 and West as S.ate; such proj.'Ct reportd
g/-: jjovermn'. principles iinprlltrd; our an- : a separate ;i course j aliiuuthi' S
tliedtity in
acq-iieceice" the tire
by committee
- i.t: for sal'sisiefxI'irih''imctvts: ad their f.mi.: S rida. Immigrating hither, i i.i ijfHeC! : tint! cesortto throw oil tlw yoke of Colorial A'assalagc s shout not be pursued. It would occasion ,, d iecbrou v.':ji of the would! not bole ?rcQmpan lag thermal;
: lies.Vuli i: i"h: the apprehension; that the t the i irj.ity pledge would Ini faithful'y::, : fulliiled, to Great liritainhoud! seek to efFect ;i un: increase ot expe.ise ad:: t further delay to s imperative would were not c/xisulered strong ad. emphaticjgh
S .. tfeiaUi.slnncr.J 1 of a .*t.a j government: to be: they have equal right to claim its benefits the pcrpetuutioii! of >:intar! u'jlhontv 1 ii; Fl'-ri-: I thr.m.1Ihll1h the people! of those sections C'ISP I for; its Lfig:yet.r there.> pertinaciously sjme uder! ex-. !; er:. c.:jd l others uitroJuced by Colonel

; supposed btaxes to he gathered i'i part !from) :; ,with the old re.i.lesls! : ; but tin; rights of neither. d a. The, odious principle, of taxation icith 'S themselves, w.ml'l enhance the senriof! were made deper.duM upon tIle incieasu ofpoIIIutiorI rcpresei.laliant" i is sajictioued ainl practiced of the Constitution: formed al St. Joseph.[ lh Mi idle a-i: West Florida! will' not p ?::b3tititetl. Mr. (bibb's.minority report$

their lI ufi'iig i: had groat w eight. The fear,, to any specifi-d number, by the! :article as much u.idcr our system fif territorial regulation i adoptio.i! of such a Cdursc would create: thc j that E-ist Florida ii' she can do so, mavprucure oujtct : i indefinitely! { oitponed. )1C srs. Potaam,
t too, tIt the esdiibhslinieiit. : of: such govi.-iu- of the treaty referred to. The treaty i :-, ;.s ui.dcr the col niil goventmcnt of! necessity J forini-g a new Constitution, from
Coigress the i..corporation; i il Laccasc-r: Gil-bs! Mason Stecle Tb .
msnt t.lrlll\nh:! would be accompanied by a i L refers r s.mply to the adoption of a republican! ;; t that Kingdom.The:: i| a "ptcd'lO such new geographical orgariiza-: tic! a'*t adii9&Mvi of Morida :I po
withdrawal of the aid of the genfrtl govcr.u: State: constitution by tile inhabitants: : of FJori.d.i committee cr-ijcide: ] with the Kxcculivc !i I t iu.2. The minority: opposed to that instrument of f declaration : as a _Stale. ar.d Martin: protested: in favor of Dmsion.
a or pledge that hereafter,
meat, i'i: their destitute: condition, was not :lo colwistentitli tho constitution! of the of the Territory, i.i the opinio.i expressed in a j I I :, arc not entitled again, in this mu.er when the Eo. ar.d JScath desira to lorm This is one more limn we expected.. MJtB
'11 without influence. Hence the majority was; ;it 1 oited .Mates, with those of her fiater States, I part .,' thu meijige; referrcil( to then:, that I!1 i and by tliis: process, to invoke the :.onn'ign'nll separate: State (.Aovcrrmnnt' they shall have;i : of Columbia, it xvas believed! would represent
j no greater than has been stated It i is be. t a.id the application for admission in proper were Florida: a Mate: the Indian \\ zzr. our j:[: \ on this question: so decisively declared thn right to p-.rt from ts' Tlius coursovuitU: (the people! of that county.H< scenHffcow.ever .
it, licved if the vote had been taken t before the I form to Congress. Some of the aule-t states. chief ill, would not be of long durati-m.; j! agai'tel tljem.: It would also he impolitic on lilt retard or defeat .lie: coiisuMmntio:! of the to !have yisldcd! himself on the questioaof
;I. breaking out of tho war, it would have been; j men of the nation), put' such co'istrucikn! : upon It is i believed tiie 'sta.bhul1t! of a ttate i:| other grounds. East nJ Soutii ii.rid.thouhi wishes i of the MtdJlc :UlJr c t. l evoiilist Sate: Government, Divi-ioc, andioregaid
I t" nearly unanimous.: : In obedience to the will I i a similar clause i i.i: the treaty cedi'.g! : L'Jllisi. g'lvemrnerit: ii> I'l-uula, would! induce ihc in- j! s I not renni'i! a '1"crrltory. The preservation ; : c.:1csioo the iJu > .
this Eu.ks
II : riy: oa subject: t to f t'> the
'tr of the people, thus cxprcsrd], the territorial I ana Ic the United::: Sl- 'es, and it h b-licved it i 1IIt-llilt eiizirntio.z roiibiJerable! population!I; ': : of the! Fedcr.ilLii'jnaid, the srcurity 0/( h ivc no clai: t poi the r1 ij.>riy. Tr.e right guidance cf the finn cfPtS-

!legislature, at the first session! after that dec.: I was correct. At the lime the treaty cedi.ig: I I from the adjoioin; :u'j.l I contiguous: % states, i Ii :', the South lciu.iad that they should! be placed; ef t thtth': of the pc.i j-l3! to iaterp.-se: tiieirrfo xnn, Lancaster ij) Co. -. ,
S.i tion, enacted u law, providing for t the} election 1 FIIJrida'a'j signed, the ratio of repn-vntution: : i now cL-terred fiom roui'iviug hither lit" repug.'I Ii 1, muL-r 'tins protecting: agis of State sovereign.tv. ig'ii5t: :; the inmc'datu: rgiiizatioi: .' .UaStite The So.ute meet at.d adjourn, OCRIUIW.Iy. .

1 hv the, people of f delegates to a convention' to to Congress: was but :3-j,000, it has, :.i ice i nancii to i::cu r di>!Va'irhUeneiit i of political! The coni'iiittee! commend! ( the romaiks: :: ,;t f Fior.da: U (.::.; they prdCl'ihe t' l The m-ijoriry there are quite. Kanaka.

I be held at the city of tit. Joseph, i.i: Doccm. I jbfcti i'lereased by law fir: lo '10,000, und rights: oi ;m invaluable; c:iiaraclcr to frecmeti of; his Excellency the Gover.ior, ia the 11135. c>I.U.t..C.n' LlsIrucia.ruet I: : may ar.u I thraldomof Some few laws :::d I ; aures, of little foportar.ce .

I ber, eighteen hundred and; tliirly.eight, "i ) '!Mice. to 47/iu'O. It will' probably, be ;:g.tii; who.h.v.. .*! ojr; : C.j\: ell them; a.J: by the sage r.'ferrcd t-> tlicin! ; to the atctii.: :; of tii? a pruvindii! ;cnranc..t, can.icl I lie coceilid. ; have been debated aud: passed, Ida
1 "dci'ise and adopt the nr *>t em':iCI: speedy 'increased next'I Ycar. jie comrnittcu c.vuiot"believe : dread that tir ;Ir l'r.Jp -rtj: may l ll t r-iidercsl i Ia.: II j-axe, and to the fr.e.ds: ; of Soutlur.i[ rights! I. should -
Tni'V ccceilo to tile e.\pr>..saedv.'Lhes I I ref',>t .i..U r. ob! ;iJ.s: i favor of Stale Goer.unei.r. *.
.i and proper measures: for the formation ;and'I that this rule! founded: u; oi: c-ris-idcr-i secure, while! we rciiiaiii! iicitr uTerritori.il i i Co-grt-s'. Ic" i iid4. ; :.KiiVnes! us tl> of lite ; Most l '
majority. of those!
4' cstabi! ..Urncnt of an iadcpc.: deal slate! gov. : ations of mere convenience expediency, (Iovcrjinei; :I', l b) attempts: of nns; ;uidtd piilaiithropi !, have a care ii this subject-th-re! !m'iv he thut! imjoriiy J' have e.'j- \eJ! and cornpoiiig : !have beei made to that body: and
"crnment: for Ihe people of Florida, and to :'continually changing under: which!: we could l ts, bind: fatuities, or recKL- poli- ., more than: meets the eve iu this III titer of c appreci.e: iiic LI..- .i.s of under can (:over.ior Diival brought ur the project CDi.:

T frame and adopt a bill of rights and consti-: I iat one sess>iui; of Congress lc admitted with ticiaiis; to eduJ: CE their asserted, bit unfounded '. Ji\i-ioJ. Tiao.c hc\"ol the I'otoinnc, who State government, ntJ"tiey: arc hlr.'riy not bound to a .isio.i i i.) a new form ; but, really, we haw

I tulion for the same, nrd: all needful t mea. out objection, and! which (lie next be, ion I right of i.iteiierence! with such property. : profess a heresy dangerous to Southern yield their rig'ais: gu.ra.li.jJ: to them taken ?'i littL- interest i i-i! the proceedings of
1 *' sores preparatory to thi admi&sio'i: of FJor.u I Icould l be urged to debar us, is one of the I With the shield of statu svm-reigaty f for their '. lights! and i isfitutior.s{ will favor division."Timse : I merely to gratiiv! the cpricious fancy by treaty oftlu'roppi that body, that we cannot prcciselysratewba1I \

j Ida into the'lIalimal confeiiiracy." ID, constitutional principles, the clause in the protection, tiif-y wouM! defy such attempts. who would j'.ihu upon us the ;re_ t :: >neit! has been dune, hat is tlicre. 'Ike
'1 cOlf'fJril1lj'to: that law, the peoph! of every treaty was framed to preserve inviolate.. !This population uutur. ..Iy! ft>ettliiig upon thefioitiw'rs "grant of the Dake of .\lagD-i-a grant .inuulic.l iti--tairiiiig: : !: these viowt\ te! ,I,t I or w doin'T,
County i in) the Territory: in October ISXi Those priiicii'les' to which coi.sis.teriry: i.. re'quireJ I i l ai.d cauM.ig its advuiicemei.r.: : would I I alike by, trcatKinrr. aid: C >rtes- resent the follow: re.i'ijjbus :! nest elections, it i is LelieveJ, will e/lect/ a noical -
1L elected delegates to tic COII\! Hilm. Its sea.tini : arc .giicral broad principl, sof re. ; S'JJI be of s-ulficiout iorcn: to drive back the '. will zealously! support the r'same m aslrc." I i p i..g : : i chIc- in ;ITS cnmPtIoa.! : t tor the better.We .
ii.- wasliud JS prcfc.cnbid, a'.id "! constitu. 'publican: liberty, in/on uhicn it is bsclawl ,I :foe, and. Jlli'e: : bun to 1 inits i in v.hich ourunuy (Florida is the oily l remaining!' Souther.i Territory. llcsvtrrd, bj; the Hautevf Representatives
.r :tj'jt 1 or 1 foiniof g.tver.Jine.jl f,r tins S..c of \\ l.irh rrc iir.t.Kiliiblu; und (istd. I c.'oiil.11i.d: :!'H.l. coMijuerhiui.The I With her admission as a sovereign: of the Territory of 1 lorida. That, in c ;in- notice ia the last Star another Ktttfncias

it. .' 'Florida" was <.d iptul '\ iII I bat o..e di i*. taj: it l Ie t.iiJ tliat the-c pri iciplcs require : co'.nmi'.tcu: !fcl it their duty to pr'.', >iit :St; =ile, t'.ie: pretext I I Congress I have a cosathutional ; P Iiaice with: the expressed will of the I people! meeting his Lccn heM! by the.frieds

i1 ".entitg vtt* lii < .;'Ltce! Jo tiic wij>!le
: 11 fcv S :L'I! fiitiv!;; 'j..lslivil: with i; u.nne of its pro. : a people i to exercise the right! of .self gov. House, ud: to lC'lJllllnt.1: that it houd} he i institutions: while a Territory, would be dcafnjteil :! bring to the early utic..liy.i of Congress States Senate, also wants the President

1I \ji.Iti; : >, (;.hljuugh! s: f.ii .--'iitr.- was ::ot K. i ernmo nt. Tie iitlc: republic of t Saii Marino! : I urged! IpO'1cllf'l.I' .s, ns of pr.nount irnportaucc aiid much! of the e\citemet! : IOW : their their!: application! : l for the recognition of: to give his reasons, and t to let him tale
t th i.tv.. .iti,. II/ch the convention with a population of but 7000 soils has defi- !!I in the I I" of I rights under thc treaty of cession, f by1'!
quired iv u r \\ t i veii'r: lc!: (luestio;) of'thend.i.issio.i L growir.g out ot t this subject would cease. Is peep into- his private correspondent oataesuhjcct.
'\ LS iiCr1.! ) h \ .is suLned. ;:! lor ratilicaticv!) or ''cd the power of the crowned despots aroui.d I !' I ( of !Fl-! :.! :.5 a State. It i is of it !:uto I be feared that if last: and South ': their admission! into the U liuJ 03 a State. pre : We
t ihe d.rect vole Jit tiieiOt I her for upwards: of tiiirteen: hundred 'j well Florida should scutcd til its last session ; and ohotild urge aspeedy shrewdly suspect, hO\l'etef
njcc'.i i. hy pet plff by : \ears. high cjisequcicu to {the nation at I longer renlti'z: a Territory.tl: 1'
etiMiit election ( to : Power to establish, all,1 ability to sustain such I the be made the a'id f.-vorablo: dccislo.'i: upo.i said ap- that olliciul i i imilrniajon recently receifrfnthis
: g delegate congress I > .Irge, aj to people r.f tiiis: Territory.Tiie nny pathway by which the cr.e. j jinies '
i., .May, 1 t3!.. A majority of the people government: aid of which the! l people! .rc the experience of this hist 'four } ears.-the of Soutlierii! rights may approach ii ,!j pk&tini.lcsohfd! : t city, certified. under the seal of the 1m-
decided at tine, election ill 'favor of the Coi.felitution : :''exclusive( judges, are the only/ rules of right: melancholy hi.-tory of tire murders. of the their attacks ? i I Thut a hug majority; of thc; sury lIe! arlmc, and of which Mr. PrestoB -

1 1 The) official proclamation of tliu : upon ge.eral principles. j families: of hundreds of our' cilil.e.ls--ui' the! The committee do not believe that mare p aie! aro opposed to any division; of the saidTerritory I > is doubtless ere this acquainted, will W

I President of the Couvcitiji; : (the present Ettculivu '1'1 I. so who I urge our P PU"tto 0": :: is not sufH'cient j, dcvublatioii! of their iones-of: the defeats I thau! oic-tenth) of the whole! people of Florida i!' calculated;! that they deprecate such a treasure gr.tifthe curiosity of these who denounce
have S
I of the Territory,) of the ratification: to -eittillo! us to cl..imGllli:.Iiou as a : and nris-sacre of detachnvtits of the regular are in: favor of the project of i\'i.iha-j j as their interests te a pcn.icious eiiectupon t the administration for that removal, and 1 t.
and i
: violation theirLrights
aud acceptance of tiie Constitiitionis annexed right, are then: driven to the resort of seacihnglbr i i'It army, and thc wa.t: of MICCCSH and duconiIbrture Although some find, in the constitution of1 a withoutfUmffiagir
under entirely all
the of cession und satisfactory to parties,
I to this report. It is true, tluU the tnujoiity[ soms express prohibition ii: the Constitution : : 01 other ir.tops employed. has conclusively the State already formed, provisions so !: treaty ; that,
1' thus given, in comparison: with those at pro.vious : of the United. Slates, which excludes I proved, that under the plaun. and I destructive to their schemes, of ruinous charactur I in !obedience in to tire:: will of the people: the ; the Prcsidel:l's confidential

elections, wm coi.sidurably decreased us. Au ex-arniiat: of that iastruiaent will I ti-tclJ/'llaerclofun' pursued, this war will, in I for the promotion: of their private: inter I Delegate SUCh Congress whatever should strenuously oppose l folio. V rb. Sat. -

fomo were dissatisfied with provisions of the '''bhovv such position equally unt .inbe.! The' all human probability! continue; for many! ests without regard to the public good, as to projcctin form presented: We have received a humorous, wcll.writ.
I Constitution, especially those in relation t to 13d I sect on of the 2d articlo of the Constilu. I years. These systems must be changed.! induce them to aid iu any project to defeat { Hesolved, That the Chief Clerk of this tM
: article of t
ten about
bankif and other corporations, ai.d the powerful :I' lion of the United Stales, provides, that "the: ,' The character of the foe, of the country, and I that instrument: ,-besides them, its friends arc I House do prepare and certify', forthwith, thre/j supposed doings
and influential interests of thobe concernpd :'i" representation shall/ be apportioned autong uf the climate, dIIunder them success to m mostly confined to one section, and to only at I copies of this report and these resolutions, Senate and House, while w secret session
in such institutions, were excited to ac :'I.. the several States, according to their respcctice the bravest soldicrs.led by the ablest generals.TUe : portion of that section. | and hand them to Excellency the Governor f few days since. The gentleman rom C-

tive opposition: to its adoption. Those inter.CJtedin ,' u numbers." It prescribes a rule 'foreslimation savages .can only be subdued and forced I It has occurred to the committee that if!! who is requested to transmit the same 5, lumbia"; is handled without glove?, in debate

Spanish grants, the validity of whichis : and that an ciumcnilioi! : shall be : to emigrate by the co.iliguou: settlement of a I the doctrines and principles contended for, by together with certified copies of the proclamation by two or three different rcpresentcuves frQ

L ,. i disputed by the United States, found i ia made once every ten years and it also lIre hardy population of citizen sold:ers, pcrma some of those most hostile to the St. Joseph aid of of the ratification of the Constitution I,, other counties ; and, on the vote, is left in *
that instrument un article calculated to thwart *cril>ea that, 1/ic number of representatives ncnt residents, near to the fastnesses., uid: by r I Constitution, are sound, there exists insurmountable : the printed journals of the Conven-j said he loot
their views, and which induced hostility fromihem. hall not exceed one for/ wry 30,000, but gradual encroaclmiiH.s upon them. This will I difficulties to the cfiectuation of tion,-two to the President of the United glorious minority of ONE! It

I Combining together, creating and l rg. ; tc/i State shall have at least one represen- \ bo a work of time, and although the aid of, this project, growing out of those very doc. I![ States, to be laid before the Senate and House ed deploringly reproachful and deappointw

ing other objections to that instrument "lal 1ic." The provision that a state should I regular troops, at posts judiciously located, : trines and principles.: If the bonds and I I of Representatives: of the United Slates, and: when Putnam, Lancaster fc Co. forsookbi*

yaritnt and contrary character in different have at least one member, although her popu. may be necessary, much of the vast expcrss.j) : ;j guaranties i issued to corporations, in pursUe one to the Dclegvto! : ia: Congress from this Et:: tu Unite," as the boy said wheo the

sections of tho Territory, as were best calculated I. latino might be below yO,000, bliows was now incurred will be saved to the NationalTreasury. 1 ance of past Territorial legislation, are valid Territory. donkey threw him off hw back, and left h

S; : to excite opposition, contriving various ', not couaidered necessary that all should have :; It will be as idle to continue thu and binding: upon the people of Florida, it i is .II. V. SNELL, Chairman to tramp home by himsclfl Our correspoB-

schemes to divert public attention, and mislead : (that number, Could if be urged, if Khode i ;, effort to.drive out the Sominoles with armiesof the trliolc people who are thus bnuud. Incase dent seems to be a friend of the gcadesa
the-public judgment from the trua qucs.tiona I. : Iblm.d or Delaware should have her popula. regulars or milit: without such course a division of this Territory is effected,, INU MMTV I'OK SLAVES. that be*
The London and takes show
t at issue. pressing* i in oie: bcction, ;the .I (tion decreased to 20,000, by war or' by peatilence being adopted, as it would be with Mich a how, we would ask, is tho obligation of the Courier of Dec. 14, state3 that exceeding pains to
insidious project of division, aid; in a.w.l1r, she would. lose her Representative force alone to attempt to catch all the wild an l faith-bonds and guaranties to be divided 1- Mr. Stevenson, the American Minister, has a valiant captain, wise and learned judge,**"

contending that injustice had bcc:& done to it .i and Senators ill Congress, and be expelled imuls in the peninsula and transport them to Who is to make the ulottment Congress, closed the negotiation which was pending sapient legislator. "Each one travel his 0W3
between the British
I in the apportionment of representation, rally.i,,, from the Union? Do not the express terms the W e t. Admit us as a State-encourage: the Legislatures of the two portions thus di. Government and that of road," as the non.cornbatant said to the sqm ?r
the United States relative
.. |ng with them tho original opponents of state of the Constitution f forbid each conclusion urn, emigration of permanent settlers by liber vidcd, or tho holders of those securities I? slaves claimed to the number ot he mistook for a warrior. We dont *&+

government; most st-enuous and active e 1. The committee cannot discover any reason j i al donations of laud, and in three years: at It has been urged in favor of this project, that L and which by American citizens as their with the gentleman, and decline makinj.
torts were exerted to defeat the ratification of for u distinction between the old und nez Cl. most, the war will be at un end, und at on East and South Florida have no community of L property, having been shipwreck! sad **,
the C0I1 1UlitC1. The brief period iatcr.feniug states iu this respect. (. twentieth of the expense that will otherwise interest with tho Middle and West ; but the ed sbme eight or nine years ago on the Baha. paper the medium of fulsome puff

.between the promulgafioa( of the co I. The treaty guarantees to -the people of.f lx incurred. committee do not yield their assent to such I mas, were liberated by the authorities of Na pUment. ..: .,
stitution and that election, ullprdcjl but little Florida admil upon equal and cons stentl: The fear that we have not sufficient ability assumption. The trade and intercourse of sau.British Tho[ amount of compensation paid b y(1W We have noticed- on several- occasofl*

,opportunity to iu (friends to explain away or principles. Such distinction would be in.j j I to support tho expenses of n State Govern the Western sido of the peninsula, is natu. and thousand Government was between"twenty that the St. Joseph'Tunes and ons4 Jg
refute the representations aud arguments of equitable, unequal and inconsistent. If one merit, tho committee regard as causeless.- rally, and will continue to be, chiefly .with: thirty pounds sterling. other have taien pains to da

those who assailed. By.the next popular of the old. states could continue in the Federal t The agricultural advantages and resources of' Middlo and West Florida. As intimate con. A resolution has passed the Senate of Tennessee prints with the
October 1839, for than this Territory, arc not surpassed if' :1' nection and community interests of : correct impression regard to
election ui rnembers of Union, with less 30,000, consistently equahle: every which makes obligatory
this house, time had 'afforded the people[ with the principles of the Constitution,'"I in value by any portion of the Union. Our: character-political, agricultural or commer. all,the banks of the State to resume on the'partof of Mr. Baltzell.reference. to
of Florida to discover tho truth. In most 01c6unties'of there cau Ixs QP inconsistency in admitting i anew genial) climate gives to soil, which farther cial, exists,as between thQ inhabitants of'dif.feroat :' payment of specie for their notes hwitA ttca and towards

,* the the Territory, the question n )ff3tategoenuneut state in similar :condition.' The-powerr North would be deemed worthless, high value sections of any of the larger States re* If. any of the backs fuse tocomplwith'fort the That position anji hu _

I was a promlDentqucstlOn.nIh of Congress [see 3d sec article 6] to admit I| for cultivation. The experience of the last:t motefromeucjiother ; and, if united under requisition of jhe resolution, \vithia00 dayl rowe at ih ]a*_ teeio| *[**
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S lF ion Gf candidate and the result ha L new States into. the Union- ,. when' not. created few years hai proved t that, in Florida, there one State Government they would become i a forfeiture of their charter.ciisues*. CoIo I Pip. Mr.

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to tbe Council ia 1832, and lo the I -. Beturreo thrto and four-fiHhs of the original -J -4- -4AUCTIQ1'EER'
election -
ANNUAL REPORT stock It owned in the stale of New York and in DIED For NeW York.

Constitutional Convention in 1838, from his Of the Southern Life Insurance 4* Trust Co. New England. Without reference to the books of On the morning of tha 22d ulL, it his residence Thc splendid new packet abip ELIZABETH -

nigrutiOfl to FlorHa in 1825, has devoted the company at St. Augustine and the transfer on &iirco ukio Lake,after a short but t-OTero ill- DENNISON baying

pursuits Since the l&t annual utatcment fuinia'ied tolhe books at Nev York on a given day, il is not in my ned, MILES BLAKE, Erq., formerly of Wilmington, three-fourth of her cargo ready and
vjjnself exclusively to professional Executive of FJ' rKnt! the business f the company power to give the names of the stockholders rcei- N. C.Afr.. on board, tiill hive immediate despatch

When be leftK cntucky, Mr. Clay was in the hi ,iifCCFxurilv been Iiitcd-lIie caj hal contributed dent out of the Territory. Wake had pent thi principal part of liis for the above port. About the bulk of 300
The stock owned al the noith is, like tho flock life u an enterprising and utce rful merchant' but bale of freight or
of his popularity and fame ; and Mr. l L4y the i-tockliol : jeniih loaned<>n bond and mortgage.or employed in t'acililsiii.s of oilier bar.ks, constantly changing owner", nor had Utterly' adopted tho more peaceful occupation [passage, apply to Captain Pos. or to
fl. brought with him hither, feelings of high the operations of trade. Tiic exchange! can thoj'rust.s speak with axiydegreofcertajn. r ole planter. He wawilh fdthcr-iu-law (Col.Parirfi !. McNAUG IT I t OR.MOND.

miration and lively prepossession for thai of the uuntry hivii' heroine greatly duranijrd, ty, an lo the precent value of our certificate*, endoned ), one of tho earliest pioneer in the xvilderu Port Le.'n, Feb. 11lh, 1840.. *9 tt
by the Governor, in of the >* uf Middle Florida, after time change of ANDCommission
conreal his and a rirtcrminntinn on the part of the trustees to'coi.t.iiuo any great money
distinguished man. He did not djicriij pajmcnls, or uive c rhang.? nl marl*, as the-price of such fccurilie's will always hugh In every deuarlmcnl of life, belli religious For Boston. Jlerc hat

opinions-he preferred his election to that ol odoratc rates for its no ten nnd ob'i' alions, r -ndrr Sucluate with the demand for money. unsocial, isis private character bore the xclniarkeJ The brig PERRY, Ctpl. Hamilton, SALE DAYSWcdnm.sdaysandSatardays.

Jackson and the more so because ? it ucccs'arj1 to reduce its circulaiiun, alwoysmialJ The statement when forwarded will FIOXV in detail imprers of the strictest uprightness ai 1411 xx ill ail tor lIe above port w'uh des-
general to \crylowp. jut; coriHcqurnlly! but few the asKbtsand iiabihticiof the Company-and '.ho fno IL unbending integrity. His virtues, as a palch. The bulk uf M l>alc. Cotton i s

of Ite effect he anticipated the success pijhe of iu isotrh )hive hrson is -nrrf dunnp the latt year, if any further fxnUnaliuns! or rtalemen' shall nan and a CUristian, will ho I.uf rcintmbercd bjrli'i.xcu'ho -. wanted. For icrm of, freight or pus.

Utter might have upon personal friends in ;nd llio.r c'-ni-raliy in Iransnc'inn* calculated in l.o cmihtdered requisite I ly the Legists tire Council, knew him inobt intimately ; while. to !i'iZ$ ;age, apply to the Captain, or to
tlicTniKiecs; will urvivins and his Ions will be ir- Oft MOND
produce funds tint woald redeem' them to the a it. be ready lo furnit-h them. sorrowing family, McNAUaH T & ,
r ,he territory. At: the lask election, attempts ihf i _on of the holder.Il All of which is respectfully snbtni.led.GEO. cpa__ r-tt.le.. Port Leon, I Ills Feb. 1840. 29 It .
excite opposition against him in has been lound collections of FIELD. I'rcRiden' \ -- -='-:
sections, as being opposed to the Ad.njstratiOfl. intercut, or of disco inld loctl paper, except in Tallahassee, Jan. 21 Insurance 1043.CONSOLIDATED and Trnt-t Co. ANTED, by a etL-adyyoun.' man, in xxlioin Port Leon, Fla.
notes ot f nouipcie| pajinj |.ank ; und tee' again L.-: WILL hare immediate Jopatch the
In replying lo this charge, ho every confid icc in iy be placed a siluai Two Sinters G. Fkh SALES DAY Every Saturday.
have ncces'aiily been nse'd, in affording tlic requi. n in a m J not hesitate to express his high opinion ofr. pilo aid to trade, at the ofn'-c of this company inWest STATEMENT rood knowledge t bujsies 5, and writes an cxct-1- master, for freight or pas> ge apply to UNITED STATES MAILBO4T.ARILANGE.'tIENT "

Mr. Webster and others, while ate FI rida. Had the non-specie payinir barks Of the condition of all the Offices of the emit hand; being posswced of industrious habit;, HOLT 3c MILLER, :
Clay, of tlic South grnprr.llr renyncd Fpecia paymcnie jan 25 26 Port Leon. The
us ivouid be Steamer
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE TRUST object to make hiimulf generally uveul. COMMERCE.
he did not coincide A>D
declared .
time he in the of KWM9.; "in lcadof
same iimn as w.is ant'cipatrd. COMPANY t-uilable employment in more dosircd lluiiBat.ry. 1 Capt. JAMEs Y. SKITH, con-
tith their political principles of recent date hrjnr j"inpd in their policy hy su-h as bad pie- 1st January, 1840. > Rerclab'c| icfercncc< given if required.pply .- 1MJNING LIST OF m time LETTERS I'oa-Cflcu in TAU.AHASSFE ; ... ''inues to make her trip

who iu viously? : rcsiunrd, it was the intention of the trrsteca flLOL'RCES : \ by 1-jtttr to D. H., oiEccof; tliis en or TWICE A WEEK between
Colonel Downing, a on the 1st day of February, 1840
I o replying to to have diiiie tiu<.iuo>.s to a greatiT cxlf:nt up.on Stock owned, and worth cost, 8 5,000 00 iefuro Thursday! nest. 1'tb. 15 29 1* if not take.;) out within three months thev will beient ; Apalachicola and Chittahoociiir, carrying the .

icech at Apalachicola during the canvass, UK own notrH ; hut cxi'prien.-r had previously Personal properly, in 4 offices, 5,544 7:? to the General Post-Office! as dead leflcrs. S. mail; also.f'-rmmjT a ( art o<; and connoclinf
Cave for turning Van Burcn man demonstrated irio jmpropriotv of cnjovuig inurl.cirrulati Expcns-e account, in 4 office*, 306 C9 Notice. with) M!*>*T Hopk'u.s Si iStoc'tlon'! great Crui> -
as a reason '.!). without the ro-oprration in Kpocicpaymc'.itsof Notes, bonds and bills uf ejtc., disc, C'.9G05 95 KJlX weeks iftor date sp 'hcation will be made Arcl.er, MriEWAllnin. 2 Lynch.Col James 4 xx-ick .t Florida Line ; leaving ApalaclrciU C7 rr

after his election, that on his way to Wash. : the other hanks in this Territory and Loans on bonds arid moilna es, 500,036 1C O to the Ilia tho Judge Of JeQ'ersop. County Von.sieur ang.Thoi SUNDAY WEDNESDAY, al 8 o'clock, r. .

found every abolitionist and op. thn neighboring Flairs -Our issue*rrtiirned at Heal estate, brick b'kg !io. & Jot. <$-c., 13 0-13) Oijucpendcddcbl. 'ourl, for Lv.lers of Admiustrali'; on the Estate Alexander, Cupl T LAlcariJer Lane, E(>cnczpr and arriving at Ciiaiubocchir every Thursday and
u, rton he and the )f David dec'd. late of Arkanca". ,itlt-ii Rjbt a 2 Lancaster, J B .
Mr. B. staled once upon us for Fpei*! or rirhan, at 2,00d 9? Thompson Monday, ai-1 o"ci po ncnt of Florida a Whig, maturi'y of the Jocal p.iperfor which our notes JidIditce due fin sundry b'k..,branchcs, Feb. |g, 1S19 i 29 Ct JXO. B. COL.L1NS. UisV Ltiibert, R clue every FRIDAY ar't! TUESDAY, 8 o'clock

thai "ii Mr. 1-'s stltemeul: was correct, nc had Lcrn pivcn: the debtor to the company CttIt 1 1 1nnly 4 c.. ('Limit than the O.'s branches, 73 222 93 Fifty I/ollnrs Kcward.STOLC.X Alexander! ,D CaptAlderm.in Lang, G IILov.ll p. H., and ar.ivitor at ApaLchirola; t'.e! next day,.
rriinburpc in ihwcirrnlutinjj! medium of lime Loans on collateral f-ccunly, p.tyu.b'con C S II o'clock .
us by A. M..- the Rr xvitk and
Southern carrying n
no ) : fr-.m H bio,
on Col JineBrenKovr
his course, demand, ; my \vertt, Linst-y, Samuel
approved Territory. Weerc thus reduced to tic nrrrKsily 9.273: 41 Flo.-ida ma Is and each
pT".eajrers lliroogh
1 Saturday night the 8h iui. Lint.u y A 2 way,
could have hesitated iu OVER DaFTS- McRaiiry.
ll best
or FloriJwn of citlwr doinjj no buMnors, or dealing in man St. ( V. lute HJIMal.obl tlurleoi.I Lands! Ma .>n, D
wh'rh th" circumntnctsofthe cau'esnut3 Aug. advance en Gort. for the
the same line of conduct. paper peculiar claims )1'igh; no parli< ul..r marl;. The- aboxt-- Da ;.M tO', Henry Maps, ft J 2lurid. very patronage received 4
pursuing Kc. bcctired
been SH
allow. By so domjr, it has not otT heretofore he would hop/-, and "
Mr. B. regarded the reward vull i! l-t- paid for tlc Hnrco und t liirl. Will is R" Mays, I) 11RIrhsnk. byJprcmptiKsa alIcRtion. f
In that canvass, question to fivor tic! iJia of a protracted suspension ; Apaladiicola.oier: df.ifls on ., lo m"iila Ci>nti>iuanri-.
hi. n j. I n. ( Il1
j;> .LIt1L1
< Cunt S 2 Mitfii'll JMidd
cntlon.&c ,
of national politics as merged in tho sup.port but at the same sisna! that, by example wewerde ( ,, all good!, 22,059 3? B-iker ItrxtU .M '. For freight or pamagc, apply.to thceaptiiu on 4
.irous promotinjr an eaily! resumption we did St. Joseph, over drafts of t'Jindixidnalu VALUABLE CITY PKO FEISTYTOR e on. G C baar-f, or to A.P1. BENNETT,
Florida Constilu- Brook j PRland.
the Morgan U
and advocacy ol n-jt fci-l inclined to sacrifice: our own iutcrct-tp, by 28 J.I 7 Apalachiro'a. Fet,. 1. 28, Water Street.
SLE.ri11t David Moor
Florida Stale and lime and wiJmes ofa --.- 42,121 93 I,. S. Tho
and admission: of as a diM-ftraidui*; a1tieIicr op.nioni new teamer LOCWA will always boimreairess
lion, Protest account 50 rul criber woud; >c!! .it '. sa'e.' taI! ( fj'-Iwicj V ay, Mrs SEl.1htI. take
of s cu'i iderable pcrt'on: of the j>e.pe>! cf I'lo- I9 prix-c. to her place on the line, ia case of
shackles cry
iu the struggle to throw ofT the tJa. CASH :- .- xalu-ib!< properly on xxiu-; !Ii \\f now ific'imny *.-*, nir, II D 2 MrClay accident to the Commerce. .

corporate domination. To these, his mind As ibm difii.-ully; of ren.itlinrr has constantly Bank notes of othtr solvent ) SIX LOTS OF OROUN'P, $itu !Il- in i*rook, Jo!.ri M Al'i'nford, WmManer O" The Floridian will give the above three insrtiuns. 4
hauLs, Ga. Qir & Fla. the mint < of the the xv.'ioie Biker, 1-1 WBrxwi Capt Wm M
his directed and b-,rne with jreat verily upon time cominercinl intores's $67,605.00 eOfl picioiu part city feb d 3
was beDt and purpose ; on of I'luricia, we hate nut deemed it 3dI'i..m-! Sij.-lil checks and drafts on !having a Suisit.-'. amt and Non !. front :, .M C Mos?, Sam I RMUIISOII -

frequent occasions, he openly declared that t'e! to kfcii on liand, at the -jlHces w here -inr c-il-cu- other bankf, cash items, 2,496.92 'i'he divcllmg-liou is cal>:ulatccl! to nc oiuo !ate I 'ol.ni!; Tno Gf'laik Joseph To tho Citizens of ITIonticcIl :

the Constitution was adopted, and if falmi i iS mads ri.deciiidile.! any greater ai.> mrst of Specie, 'J.4C9.)9 a Urge family, coi.ifott.'bly. Elijah B Alursun, A WHEREAS, some evit-di posed person or 4
: unless The reci.ivi'1 attention and Coffin, J \Vf'rnmady. Morgan, PMirleLind tbe
linn t-eemed nects ry tuarJ us. in view Deficiency in cash, 74.25 jjaidon Las special ou night of the 27th of
the application for admission as a Slate was of j.e.'mi it lri :el I circulation: from l'ie' iic"c-ssty cf 79,6.16 56 xvili compare with any in the ro-intry. Th" John Capt J la't n.ontli. al midnight of amd day, raise a false

abandoned, he was not anxious lo succeed. FOPpinioii.. The expense and rUk allciid.int 'iiLrniirjiiir : grounds are well Morki-il with a rt"it variety of CotliiTliouia, ? Nuttall, .MraAMVNowlin alarm in this town to tho detriment of the peacn
GRAFTED FRUITS such Peaches Carter. Peggy : S J and quiet of time iubzbilanls thereof that
since jtj.fclo from Lir-rc commer iaKilnwhere I $1.-13o739 23! as iheliou
B. then and on repeated occasions Cox, Hannah Keel, B A "
!Mr. of Kmsey" was attacked and
al-itic il < i bcc'itniiu'it' amid .mt which points funds Apples, Pears, Quinces, Plums, Nectarines, e set on fire
admilted his early preferences for Ca.npf'c'l, Jr.hn Owen, J A by the Indians ; and, as *aeli report was not 4
ubile he nr" al-A .tyz= wanted, ciLciI for t'jc couibe we have LIXBLITIES : Cherries, Pomegranates, t-'traicberrics, Raspberries C rrV'm A O.ikland. JOrrutl totally without foundation but aLo calculated only 4

Mr. Clay, openly declared the convictions pt.rp Il..l. Capital stock. $121,821 OC in all their varieties ; Oranges, Lcm. Cabell!?, 1 E C 3IiM Stuan EClarkJime injure me and niy company in the estimation to of
Our "C fr fl.t of the }carhasc'eur'y Hal.iiicc of bills! psiyiblc! Ifs 1R40, for
oaturer years had caused him to differ with ;p'u csper.e*' i) tl.at: tie! osta1 li-'iin"nt of an agency money borroxxcd, i 111,95BOJ i >ns, Limes, tyc., 4.c. N B O.tkforcJ. C the Governor, I hereby% take this method t> pronounce -
that gentleman on the great leading Putnam
Creed C T J G
Iai-t winter f., the ofkee Co.V braise imtsfurcislkc- h.s chi.-i.ite of which full Scoundrels, and them lo 'onfront: nic in the
trustees dun I ' and that lie wcnld not Drake, Ellis E Pr&-nts.; R
of national politics ; .i'sr! tr.n-fi-i b'ks. pi\i'i di\idcuJ! l't \'orti-! lions payable in Fid. b'k notes, 25,031 82 mod a rich and rare collection beautiful SHRUBBKRT. mailer.Feb. -
; Paxxservant ofW CarrPiIlanp J C
support Mr. Clay in preference to Mr. Van tTu flu' khoidtrp, iiukm ( o'li-ctior.s of the PX Due on certificates depn'iterid) lode- Time entire place afTirding a most desirable Iunbar, George Patterson, Alex 8 WILL. WYNN.

Baren at the approaching) election, if he- change xv" ijii ht purci.ase in Hernia, pajiii) the l lsosit'r.: |>ayalic! in Fla. cur. nott-, 1G5,7S3 44DeplIlte iltialion fir (lib ercrliou of a private mansion, uri Edion, Jntiah Partridge John NEW GOODS.
drui't of llie! '-'-er .1 1 otii< o>, and t'cncl-lly irutt-tt.{ lo aprly on dit-coiintcd par laigc and pplci.dd: hole!, s.jch! as oar city greaty Earl
with Hon B Ruosell SEngti.b received by the !late arrival*, a new and
should become a candidate. Apprm; ing 4.14
a large tmjoiily: uf the Sor.'h, of most of the '
of the ; Administra. v.ilii I.,.. Ic.;ji'jM'c' ii trust mi tir.io, al o and GJI.T Hank sleek. i mixpairick. Cut R 5 RiclardN will *cll !lOW, fur cash or approved credit. -
leading measures prc.ent d! 1t(4 wh .kcd for t'it incorpucitiun rest 9339 I 18Jiuc Should Ihis not bp d'.snosed of at -
it :\ .s i hcltcvf by ? i a c-Til jut | rofj-rty private -
Franklin, Jo >>iiFlct..her Robertson, Mr< L A Feb. 8. GO :MAN & HALL.
tutu, and regarding them as idcrjlicil: with the i't f tl'i! i- company that the ofiVct of its to othi-r depositors, t l,113 14 sale. it xvill be o .lrctl in separate! lots, of C Runt, Mr H -
b L .il jut thu Tcr- -t-kson the North 'jijir,7 70 xl.ich due : will be in the ofhecilv.
) he fi.ds.co >> ra'.i'.t.sOtild In l'riiu Ca|'L1 j'i.i.i. el no'ice given paper XOTICE. 4
of, the Florida Democracy, u\\ Fi-herMrs! F Read, F (J
pnaciples rely) ; ami !;!i.ii ii I th ci :rl i iniii t-cd iijta tie! Ji\ ..!<- u'icIaimed: C37 jO JOII.N D.T:\YLO.i.Feb' Floutard, F Robinson. CRandall LL in inner of p .soin are cautioned against

cause lo i'iducc him lo desire the succe.vsuf foni"nnv 'In* olihgati- to loan: capital: I upon real \Vl.-te: niiiutir.l i otis issued. $C01,00'JOn U. CO If7IILLIXEKY F7-li'T,
llie present Vi'hig nominee oxer Mr. Van and pi.ri.i>idl ci-la'e. n tfut-incbs iilwdys -. i.d'iiiaMelo hantlAp.iUch.49y,3i7 F : ItertJ '1 liomas E. Turner, for Four Hundred DolUrw. j
th.tthis made a bank \\h n di cor.ntcted with or 'mar/ iunk- to St.J.n. l.r. !>.C57: 1EW Frederick, Jjunrs A Rirhar.on! A AI 1 am determined not to pay it, until I get a clear
Buren. We trust explanation, inn bti uies", it waslol.f'vcd: l.y many at. :h N rth d > J.icksx' br. 1,447 ESTABLISHMENT.rHlHC Gorman, John 2 Ro". -rson, Mr title to the land fur which the note ixaa given this

upon good aut'.iotily: \i'.l: occasion a'l' m%! -: pprehenHou wtiovert* induct d t fcul.*-cri''e iii th t htmand] dj fct.A.Onco,42! ,!>7C i I iiridersigned ijiovt ppctfii'y! inforniM. j Godly J MGaliraith. Rad', LRobinson 5th February. 1840.Fel. 4 4

in tl.o in(. thai the ri :'it, tind-'r ll.c eiarte 5J1.4S7 and list .. J. if HAMPTON MXTTA.
or tii>reprc."fc' taloi; : of his course pay wy the Ladies of Tallalia! ee vicii.ity. Mr Dr J
:, t'M-ljim I io! Tcrritorul ciid r8nc.l: up m tlic 'he hi!) opp .ed a !louc in tile 0.1'ov line, on Moil iat'i'1 Thomas Robcrt.s WJaoNbmy NOTICE. '
;.nd P0sit1oJ tn cease. c.1Ii1mJIiys' ol'ation' with a pled ye lo tinTcrri- S'hm'c! amount of e..trs in cirru'alioii, 43,313 00 roe street, and lietwe n thn fores of Mr. Francis Gee, henry Henry ii.det.4cti the subscribers

Mr. D.'t high f rucr of talcnN andfigbt t. u.t.i-tiius 44aU.rIZ! I tin* compiny to L'cro.v do do Apa'.a. 4,49:5Inter from attention tlje to merit a A '
a sti set to Lus ne-.w, < Capl Ste.rges. Wm A
him out as one la whom < & oil uniCtt.td urcounis no'xvill- be placed
of character puial: ICM rato I Ih.tii ll.iI I- -j.il h.1 .rct if Fi 4tj. .
iiKiitpy ai a ; h infifpiiM u jmtrona?!". ( -sstasiafl. David Street Mrs l.I 11lljirrcrford in I lie lunJs of attorney for m-m-ah'rti ,n.
the Democratic party of Florida arc !o loo-! rid.i. i'.ir tinj j'tir(..
will still have LZ if! lau-d,--.v-mlj! in t Crt'l -tc-s jn-Id t'lttm' a t-t a- coJiil, 13.23. ..84Dihcojtit Iltigrel. JoI.ii P 2 SMr., S -
for support iu the struggle they uS'ij,i--t' iiKjSt .;i .n tl.c.r ini''i>:.iiL'i!. I aci-ounl. 7,911.27 I CIIEAl HOI'S}, SIGN AM> lljxxts, J II Siiiiih, J For Sale or Bent,

lo encounter h ihc tiiUUhmcnt of their i\l\ the of thu.n. Exclmipe nitouiit, 22 I 1.73.Surplus Dr The coinniodiuuj stand HOTEL
Soon, howi cr, < t : or an'/tttort ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, GLAZING llol I and, s.rparJoi: p as a ,
any, a '"/.ril: 'f diitisfactioii wu f.>;:r.d toexii [ lusts) 38.0UO.OO() IJa-vkui", .'.l Scott,John 'i-i, al aT. MA'Jl.' .", rccenfJy occupied !
principles. i in the 1 t-rritoiy, foundci!, nt n liii.u'jly' ion.ro I'rolit and Lo s, IUOG629 and Paper Hanging: Hair, Dr CS.arU-s! Sail rtlnvjit, J U I i p ;b att I.-II.T. I'os-Cs.-i. given imit.eu'ly. -

; The Court of Appeals has been in tesiotiI eivd. in error, by re.i>->ii i-t a mnij'mritv uf the Tl.Glr; : 13IH' I lifE undcrs.gncd most rc-pectfuiiy.infurzmis the Mil.maii-L !ine, A .r'-1 Apply iu the undersigned 4
citizens of TalLihass-ce and vicinity, that he .
: -tiul 1 ttl the c-wiupJiiyS-eing' owned abroad. All'-i Hdxx kins. Win Sip.uli. Co' R. or to Wm. M'Naught.
l| sonic vtiLs ar.d several causes hate been ina'un ih-hbcrrtion >n I luf j>'iit of tis' ,t:514 4-5. it _ $1,4-J87J9 23 ii* | rep.ired to execute, in the? nenle-i manner, any Hogan. John A i LSetris : Feb. C. F. G ERA DIN.

. orfucJ :ricenxxlucli Hudson, ..MrsHcrefurd Sarah A
'. work dune For
will induce tmoe to
.vanting ,
,, --j ...c'nd II:,<'>f <' ; rttr a* I -.mt tuo i.i.ldcrofiflli"yrii t! this Sunday give Cot Simeon, MonsieurTurner 4
::1 u aucidance-no having beri up- j "loc'i, xxh' had paid from I Iwcnlvjiv steamer llurida, arrived at port on bun =i call. Country or 'era promptly, attended to. I Hani, Henry TimozaIlerd'.j..ort.
i pointed to Juu C lU'iduttd Judge! Marvin, of <- in I i'liitv!'-i.ript: J"'. tI1t1.. miglil s'i' rtnocr their z,1.jz.ti! evening: last, has ftirui.-.hcd us with the \ I 11. I'aint.-i of al; toiors n-ail j>rcpai
. the Southern District) bei .g iib>ei.t.; We Hjrti -- t,, !!le; I nv 1ee' fur tcui,tributi'in itt riorul.1, tndltii following I linliati ie\rs : .V detachment of mixed 15 for use.29 If T. B. CL iKE.'Ct 1 Irwin, John M 1 Toi'iiSson! C S LCQII.Feb. WM. M'.VAUGHT."

l lru"i t'-riii am i amoui.t r f full M'j'k cnn ti t o men, sent ia pursuit of deserters, were fired ) Julian, J C 3 Todd. Henry FOB SALE.

lo leara that misrepruscutations nt Washington z4q I ir fayini'iitf. ri.e am'-.iJm-nt: o'
. ia rdalion to certain Spanish grants :iti'l a .-l litia o1 f s-.ock surrfiiilt-rod ic'i i ii iioxv of Indians. Three men were wounded the following Land as a l> nant in JomnionJai'mes! Wilh Jc>ac H < 15 _S citizens of Tallahassee and vicinity 'hit he
4I.mfl (1I-* >.t1id 1:1 KI| !.da. ..ITU.vh'c'- x-.ill itc to party 1OWN xxiifi Lai.; Aru.isttad dccea. cd Jurdi-i, S 2 Wright, DD Ii..' for sale, at the sU.c lately occupied by Bernard
his nomination shot nut ,
in }iij Distrirtill) ikl.\v : : to hose horse was 4 4
;. and the \ M Wood E J 4
sergeant JmaImii'iui Henry ,
fctwkoic'cr 'reronc'trancB in .lie i. Mitl'1 & Perkins near: the market quantify
Florida a { one-half each, xxluch I xvii! tell :low for c.th, if a Urge
. thcSei.ic.: No better inau cud! l.c -cectcd.a 'O.I.To fry in underbill! in the commencement of the to oon, al Ilmli'i Tavern, in Tjlaha.! cee.app.icd Jt-rk.ns, P. S Watson, John of first-rate BACON, comprising Ham, Sides and

Mr. Iirocei'! ruiigh, of Apu'.achlcoh' : it i.-. .i.ir. a'-c lit. aVT.ty: of theconi-viny t'm si"His attack, is missing: and is supposed lo have 1-8, lying on BUck Cnnk, op-> .ite John Purk- Jon on, Charley Williams, Josv ohWallcn.J Shoulder. which he with sell! cheap for cash. The 4

. said, i- a-i ;ij>; I.cat: ft.r the Judg.'j.liip of the fir as ,-int>:be: i-i ri-uImrimmZ t'u eurrv.e4Lii_ sound been killc'l.On IH''F. 10) tussles! from Tdllaiaf! er. 203 acres opened Johnson JoLnsou, H Capi M A G Lieut HWauzlt A *aiJ bacon wits made a few miles from Tallahassee, 4

ptm *lr, the tiu>u-f ti.rri; l-il, d-iiinj llc ( dv! part .t'" the .V.b instant, a train of twelve wag.O'is 4 C, ling cdjomiiig Major WjrJ.-, 4 miles from Mrs L A and is well cured and Irish. 4
Eastern District :u.dill probably bo : [iwm, Capt Joseph Wright, Feb.lL3 JOXIf MONGOLD.Administrator's .
I ttppoititcd t.4-! 1.tt *. < ar, a jt'ud it i !l.t ioai.! tillie Ks '< tIe \\hen about Tallahassee. l50.ciia opened. 4j-
from the Wood F;
Jis C
> ,
in the place of Goitrnor llcid. Ills; if n.jr/'a. of f 'ir liun-Jred liiMiri of : returning 3-5!, lying I 1-2 nnlih of Clumpy, 73 acres opened. J<>hitstoi J G 4
attacked A'llham*,
ilbs t-:
from ( Jart-y's Ferry, were King, Notice.
ul.ii.ii v -re ri-icix,-d for money* tea miliis 1 ilont x i>!i to t-ell at rei-r.t other Land'
1' mN
f s.i'tr ;
iv ; any
| cptuii .:!>:.'i.t: v !I.e jjr; tifyi.:.g to iho friendf *- lij 13 wbo Keit.'i, IMulip H Wright, Z C A LL pcisuns iudetied lo the estate of AAXOSPKITCUETT !
e 1 .-.n' i n j'Tofii riy lh% -uvh xa'nc fh < !i was ly a party of Indians, or strong 'ov.'ned hy IIM ill tiio Ttrrit iv Ucvt R S

)f (ii C.Ao.e! DLJvti.'r.; a.i-rai- d at d.. My ll-e nnm'int I'm \hit h tin- n.orlrVi fired upon ibem, and killed one man, Parson I\bl5 29 4t MA"CUS A. ARMITED.NOTICE. : Keith,,Cot Mr A HLovtd \X Williamson ilaon, W .L paymrnt, dercn&cd; and, those arc requested having claim to makeiirimneJiat.r againtt 4

< >i> xvrrc taken ( ay %i_ hl liuudrLd tiii'tintl Catnell. Tlie Indians plundered tbe wngonsof Lewis 2 Whiting Lieut D P lliL-cs-Utc! will hum .
\Vc lean- letter from Apalachicola, j jie a'Sicd Lynn, present adjurlment.
: by a rtii'lT ) ami us a ttl.ur.i.'*J by t' cir diaiir! ,
: tbcir covers and the provisions belonging to LL person*, iimdrtt ithe (state of JAMES Leilh, James S With HC Fil.S. JOHN MUNFURO, KxV. 4
that Mrs of Mr. Howlett. for il I ,btann d the i-.j 'i.rM-mcnt m; M
Iu'IK; (daughter | On the arrival of ihe matcr *?- 2sL CEANCH. l'i ur 1 undrid ti! '.u ai.d do'lats of their t erin the train. wagon Administrators' Notice.
1.! wti'jsc attacked I In- ill - : < ni. 1'si.se having dcmnr.d a- &, Cooper, Messrs Wvodxvard L
tkuilt''gv.n recr:illy by j Master'smen |.uy Loyd
jit--or f-ti-r; hundred rrrtifitu'.os of two -r.dre.i! at Garej's Ferry, the Quarter mnst haid t Klu'.e.v. ill pri-ent lln-in.cfu'v utlestcf1. .. G. S AllCY, P. M.1'irritory LL persons indebted la the estate of MILLS 4
djai:<, 0:1 the Ap, lachicola; river,) li.s arrij j iwi-i.Jy-fi.'c; ;m'3iid M.-rhiii! eaci; txx>uhui<'red were immediately sent in pursuit, but no for payment. JOHN BRANCH, .L L BLAKE, deceased, late of Leon county, art

't ii safe: at! t'.sit ('it V. ;!ie fctitls, we learn, unit! n'k'ciitj'-f-uror lhc,-eiilif-.rts, were < morl) of the Indians were discovered.Itrunsicick .- IVu B. Administrator.rnAis of Florida, i requested to make immedu'c payment; and those -
e ci :' '! '.!-i:>* hundied :i iid: 1 tt-ui. signs -- Leon County, f S. S. J..slices Court.F. -having clauus Bgain .l the entitle, will l1resrnt iLem

, tat: slie mid'- her -cr.p': from tho! dv.c'.iiig, I.,.. S )ti; ) ( :, '- I tt.Fii it dv. _ ., IIA isY S.iLf. Toxvle > Att.-.chments'Sh'.Tj. | for adjustment. SUSAN BLAKE, Adm'x.
S draw five cent *.irt tie of :i writ <>i ai'.aclimfnt, issued out 50,00. Fib. 8. ISIIAM BLAKE. Adro'r. .-
aad uaslur two days lust in the woods ; clu- .* culifnatci per 1 per unr.iiri Congress. vs. \ Damage .
j hall aid arr navahie the &tiled.-Tlie abolition of time Superior Court of the Mid-J.'e! Dind Wm- E. '
i.ter-, jablc catty, in The Abolition Question Wiiley.
t.t ring which :iuc fell in with a of ladun" i p for L xxluchSarah} Harley i iI'iLiiittii'und MR.: R. BERGNER, .
t. : party city <>fL iim.mi t'r n'y-i\: ) ars after date. They question has at lit; been finally skilled 'on County, in 'a 1l1E deIimdaumt and all other persons intorc1Ied.
: who, however, offered her no violence.e contain on tlu-ir f n o a recital 441 tIme ple.1 of up. 1ctii of the United( \Vm. E. \ViiIey is ucfriidanl, 1 have JL are hereby notified of tne institution! of tUj Professor of Music
a Tiie ilitJ"* t<. tins Govcinmcf.t: ; and the covcnai t i-fl in the House Representatives x.cd upon, and! Midi; mil :it public auition, <>ii ,J.-.xe unit, auJ arc required to appudron tie! -29ili r: SPI.CTFULLY: : infrmss tho ladies and gen-
, iiitniid her that their ob"Ct was toWl tlic patt of ih ? company to remit annually lo Knjj. States, by the adoptio-i of the following resolutions Sal urd j)', tit! 221 1 install', irs front of the c.mrl- day of February, 184J at the office of WiliiauHi'liarJ. : a- tlcmeit of Tallahassee and its vicinity, that I

Mr. Uowleu and obtaia powder. She Jam), to the meimts of the loan: tic! whole! of the oflbred by tbe Hon. \\. C. Johnson: : |IOIMI di> r, in: 1'.t.4ti1asic.;, d-innij loga! hours 'on in time city Tallahassee, Fla. and mak. ',e will locate ;Ii.n.velf! pcrmanciUly in thi place :

afterwards made her way to the river, where interest uf iislilcr' tent upon the ntortg ,e t-n Resolved, That upon the presentation of any i-nd day, ono large Uuad>\\ agou, atiJ s.x Mu'es their defence, il'aiiylhey have, on the aid 23n _or the purpi '< of giving in.-lrucfiou on 1m. Piano 4

hd ed IT be i1,1rtjrjitcd by tbe artnls; ,-firt't for the abolition and car. day of February. F. TOWLE.Icba Forte. cfer-iic! s may be heenn appliralion. ,
I. he found a baat, in vrhich she reached Apalachicola. |five) ;: ,cent to tho payment of interest, and the memorial or pt-tilion praying trade in District Levied upon and lo Le sold lo stati fy said xvruaccording' 21 23 P!. iiilff.Vaiitcd Piano Fortes lunctl and repaired. Music for
per slave ,
(slavery or any lo law. i-\le. a -
tlitee cent ax a i permanent
remaining li.c rcdoirption per of the principal of time; Territory or State of the Union, and upon the S II HUVAL, M.ir-bal. \ a Situation as JJaoI-ikeej, Orders left al thisoilke will be strictly attended
The troop?, who went ru seaicli of the In- fund lOt l'jb.8. By C. TLETCMKR. D AlSALE. .
y firiificalo al or i.nder par.Thev presentation, of any resolution or other paper ._ PERSON fully! competent take charge ofa to." 4.jsnl -
fans, have returned after an unsuccessful | slm.o contain a further ccnd'.tiij-t, that the touching that subject, the re'ceplioi: of such It1.tRSU.tL'S .1 ct btiok-and who would also make liimt-t'.f'! CG

scout. It is supposed by inne that the In- lioJer! of time cerlificatcn bivinning fiut at tIe ; memorial, petition, resolution or paper shall be B Y virtuu of a nt ol'attacluiiciil, issued out ct useful at; SilcIr.Wii.H. WIATT, Land for sale and for Kent
e ti take for them tin: Superior Co nt of tho .Mnldle Di-d mmcl, MICH. Ltowiru.Ta9ahaeeJatm. .
numt'Cr are obligated par Mr.! !
fans James Iskid, lowest objected to, and the question of ort' WILL Kelt 560 acres of first rate laiid.oue and
are on and in coiihideraWe considered as .
refusal] uinch Jo MarU-y isplaintitV g7
of their
xvLf n otlc.red, or in the event or no- for L *oii co misty, in epu SI. 1940. I 1
shall be ka-J 0:1 the table, without II.Vtl.v: .Irl.-nJjiit 1 htv" a half! mil south of Tjilahast Terms on*
numbers probably from ov hundred and do ,,I lie amount ic tendered i i-< rfd -inj>tioui its reception ;aJi I %Viti ,
glf ftt<) I LAST NOTICK.HIE tt-rIi down Lalancs in three annual inilalinenis !
t equal -
in bi'Is' and thenrclorthlio ur-further action thereon. levied and i-il.ill .rl.it\ (riblic auction,at l.fShehcc !
Ex.1meqir debate
% to two hundred warriors arc between the $ to be invented upon fu'r-ber notifies all those indebted to with interest from ih? date, secured by bond
diirm legal r
nnd in Iho < ut Lei n,
'ertififalfs Place con ;
thal! the said ; memorial reso1'ilion sly
rtctru on ,
iircrcr't Resolved That no peiitlon, .
Oclockoaee and I instant Cnn! ot 1 him. that RU t will be commenced on all notfur and approved fvcurity, and mortgage on the prop .
Apulachicoh mere. Major if at r.io maturity of the rlificatci. tiny of them for the abolition houri on Friday, the 21 1 '1 t.t'< .
or other paper,praying L of iild aNo one Let ol .iccouiiU, which arc s'ltF red to remain unpaid crly.
Bailey uiiredccimd rwhich event M no: an- Cum, and o ie I ; ,
is remain
row scouring that section, witu four shall lh tender of paymr-til at ;par l.avin: slavery! in the District of Columbia, or ally Corn it the I i'uval place, .xi! re the i-ai.l !lttematLit! aiicr ;imo 1 Is. ot'Mire'i! next, without respect to per For remit 100 acres of my plantation mile from 4
, or/ive/ of the blooJ.hounds and his tici; atedJ : the slave trade between Tallahassee, under good fence. .
troops. been miide, ti.c: amount nnrcdi-eri'-d i in tKo lobe State or Territory, or Uty! re.sidcd.javtcd E. LOCKE UMAX.Jan. JOHN P. CU VAL.
I The invented in ilxc'.rqucr bill, which are to be the Stale or Territories of ihc United Stales, \ upon and to L election House of sj as
of Printers to the 29. P. 7. j.\p 4- '
> deposited in tha Bank of Cn 'utid. or otherwise, in \xhidi it now exists, blmll bo received by uoeotiling l<> I li\v. ______ __
"eprwntaiives, took place on the 30th Jan. aerorditr: to law, fn- the benefit of the ho'dnrs if Iu what. S. II. DUVAL, Marshal!, NOTICI.pr 1IOT1CE.LL .

, !i1iir & Hues, of the (;'lobc, received 110 LoCh certificitcc; mid thcncrfurili the liability of this House, or entertained any way } t1,._8. I'.y: C. FLF.TC1IKR. I). M. CoPartnership heretofore exi ting betxxeen A persons indebted to the EUale of JCKBtuu -

votes out of 207_(i ales & Scaton 92- cattertagS. this company an mu-Uer and of the Territory of erer. Richard R. IMgrnii- Middle! Uutnctnf Fon-! Wm. Cannon a.ul Janes l. Luau, i'u i > l'OWELLdCCOiICd,are reqneslod to make, .. 4

I Thirtv members were absent-13 Florida an end >ent. Thq bunehh *.- immediate puymfiit- All those having demands

UcmocratsFederalUas. also the elaitim of IheTcnilnry upon tho snot Images nays 108.These UM'iam A.Qjest, adnr. i Spring term, 1840. wilt now be carried on by Jan. H Lunn. AUtliosu will i resent them, duly attested for settlement, lathe .

.S ._ $o pledged, or upon others which may have been resolutions were adopted among the of all and singular the { By attathmncmst-Ahli'la. indebted to the firm Will please make payment safecritxira. VIOLET POWELL,

d" Mr.S1fiL-: if wish you to request through ubttituled in cae of the voluntary payment of Rules of the House and cannot therefore be goods and effect a of Reint: | filed for $1 J6 :i<) lo the hatter.'M.. C.3NON. Ezecatriz. 4
) liaise first pledged, or in elsa the company should dcc. j P.ond in 33260rajotice. JAS. H. LUNN. NATHANIEL 11AMLIN.
lour Mlacr halsey.
paper thee Bank Committee to enquire of two-thirds.
u for axjj dcctn il ncccbbnry lo call for p.trtial payment by rescinded, except by a vote The defendar.t, and all others interil Tallahassee! Jan. 25, 1840. 27 If JOHN V. ADAMS, .
i I Procure of the Union Bank of Florida, reason of'tho dejireciation of the iandi1 or of tIme In the Senate, ou the 23th, Mr. Preston titled hereby notified uf the institution Jan 29. 184'>. el ft Ezecutort.
CWf the made the stockholders the in rtgac-d. Thus it xvill beperceive' resolution NOTICED
to <
reports death of nepio the following : and .
a submitted of the above suit, l iy atlai.hincnl ; urc required Territory of Florida, i-
Mthti last general by which if ., that notwithsliiiiding Iho gradual but President of the United thu'dcchratioii filed said person indebted to 'YULUM H FKANCM
meeting, my : i.i p ( ; Resolved, That the i I to appear and plead to in ALL Leon County, S 8.Justices Court.Attachment 4
lYlnv I rcdutticn ol tho u.>iiiuy; 01 me i erruory ia tucU ztia.j ktore account 01 other* i>o, up l<> Janmry i
Ivwory sen'es will that less certain 'o Ihe statute case Towlo
me it communicate to the Senate kuit according F.
appear to $2340. -
the be
the held by States requested forthwith to him,
: th<-HO c-'rlificalex, cuiily; It. W. WHITE 1st. 1840 will mike payment 4
lialf upon i% t4
JjJ the old board of Directors were with remain undi- of the removal of Gen. Call audpruvided. WM. H. FRANCIS. vs 4 &#sIuiu 5 D .?lJ,ufl. S
for Tetiitory for the whole] amotiiil the cause Tallahaasca. Feb. 8. 1ft( tO. 3ui. Alfy. for Pl'ff. to FUNCM & HART. Win. Willey. ) .::
upwards of six IICNUKKD THOUSAND minifhed. A part of these certificates ape in bOLLts! on stock accommodatioti and other hinds of p-xrtifn ill Eiiglmid and the reudco in connected therewith 1-LEON SUPERIOR COURT, THE defendant and all "than interested, are
and the correspondence
Paper. Let there be The of traiintu.foT negotiation, muter an agreement enter ida, between William M. Rag dalo, ) Attach m nt for $565 t'4s. Joseph F.C. HarUy, 1 Lo Superior Court, notified of the institution of the abort -
I light. causes and also the correspondence I Term 1840. suil and arc required to on the third Sat
e Bank ed into in tho spring of 1039. which had time vane ; % >Summon for $IH)0* YU IL Spring appear
r having stopped payment, and con. tionol the Board ot Trustee* at tie lime, wherein the Department of War and Governor Call, William E. Willey. )Isucd Jan. 23, Ib40. W. E. Willey. f Attachment $344.90.THE urdjy in February,1840, insU al theolHce of 8Woucl >.. -

3*" ""ng to refuse to pay specie, should all be the company in committed; but the unf'en-igncd is concerning the war in Florida.. Returnable to next Spring T rm.TfMir J Daniages $1000. S.: Sibtey, in the city of TaflahaaseeFha.|t and

: "poeed. A STOCK IIOLDEE, not odviked whether any part of the proceed has from Wash. ; defendant and all others interested, arc defendant ant) all other persons interest make their defence, fjf any they bare) ou the said
ir not been Ycmitlod lo time Agency of the company in The Maine Queston.-A.letter B hereby notified of the inptituiien of said suit are hereby notified of the tilulion of third Saturday of February.febg 4
a favorite.
New >ork.Th MCton, of recent date, says : There is i more by allacliinriit,, nd are required lo appear and the above suit, and are requested to appcar'and 2tt F. TOWLE.Plaintiff; 4

It u reported, (nays Philadelphia Spirit debts due to th** in litulion, whether upon uneasineai about the Maine Question than the plead lo time declaration; filed therein acrordin lo plead lo the declaration fifed in aid case. For Rent, r ".

: '*the Times,) and stated from good sources, bill* Exchange, notes or bond and mortjBjc public is aware of. I earnestly hope we shall law / CIIAS. S. SIBIiY, JOIW! P. DUVAL, hundred and of cleared '
acres bad
thitt believed to be entirely Bifo, with do Fcb4tb.. 184028 3m AU'y f I'laintitf. Jan. 30th. 1840. 27 Attorney for Plaintiff. ONE
five but
y Banks, vizrjthc Philadelphia Bank, lire confidently fears entertained through it without a collision, to ___ good fence anJ prepared for plantiag, 4

the Fanners' and Mecbanicks* Bank, the very few Board exceptions of Trustees, and no that In the are worst event get it exacts great prudence and coolness." We 7 LUON SUPERIOR COURT, joseph' F.C.Harley.Agont Leon Superior Court, ten miles north east of Tallhaa. For fithr '4

c-. Bank, the Bank of{north Aroeri- by iu the loscs can oqus l tho> amount. of surplus' profits hope the jrood sense, good feeling, and true /nivi. a*'te.Orman, \% Attachment for $58OVitamM'Kisack of arali Harley, j) Sprint Term, 1840. particulars inquire of W. Ililliard Talfaha *e ,.r
M. the
*nd perhaps the Mechanics' Bank, will on hand. of both the contending parties, will vs. \% Attachment $48?. 8. Dr." Wariug on premises.u .
i; O13 mume specie payrocntc, whether the The company has made a nomi annual dividend prevent them from coming to blowsan a | Returnable ,lo Spring Term, 1839. % W. E. Willey. L Damages |1000. '. 8.1840. 4

tiieTastdu do do not.JLOST. of fivt per cent ia the months January and July which negociation war jtight to fffV'E defendant and all olherp Interested, are THE; defendant and all olhcr persons interest PARTNERSHIP.
.- or of lutt year. auestioo ihould be from JLjlicreuy noiifioJ ol'l'i i'uti'uVm-i of said .ulI arc hereby notlacd, the institution of UTM.1I. FRANCIS Se,LEVI HAST .atei.d 4
4 The present trustee of tlie company *re Peter settle. Not a leaf plucked and b y ttathnunt, and are required lo appear ndj'l the above suit, and arc requested to appear and VT into Csspartnerthip lit Jsnurj IS4iIa.

,. Bken Smith, Arthur M. Reed,, Tnwn OoacUn, the olive, branch which Great Britain l i la the declaration filed therein according tot plead. to the. declaration filrd in Mid case. f tIer the style of FsUNCU& HAT, at tte oil* a4 4
O11e Menticello roid.witlilq 1Opil i ottliiy. J. L. 'Brnith,
4 s Lkk O.14.H.s4.dCiu. A.'aitabk Robes I LyooVmTishr, Lewis H.'Brmncb; and nourfth in luxuriant fie. Feb 4th, 1830 28 SHI Att'y of Pltff. Jan. SOtb, 1&4> Attorecj far Plaint4. Fcii. I 7 I2YZ }LtR
; Ulba fircn thefindw cm )nffiRH alibi Ceorff Held.'I

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NOTICE ..0 P. El1.ekA.gters! oflh/ IJIOII Ban ef THE at the S. w. Corner of Washington of Dry Good. Groceries and Hardware, Its tiejisity,and-.leI :

SIXXoolM after date I Khali present my me- .01 DUA 't TIE following amendment to the ebartr of Square ne.and Mnnroo Street, and having a complete consisting t>( & kin of patronage 1a tho Milliner uijeL

vouchers, and apply to the Hon. practice in the courts of Middle, and i the Union BankofForid&! b in force for a rtment of the beat of Linen Paper he U now Blue black, brown, green mixt and dub broad m' ,busiMftlhe lip" oppoede,.._ .
Judge of the County Court ol Leon County fo. a WILL and after the 15th May next. e to manufacture Blank Books of every description clothe. pnDtiq oe. '
Florida &
and Court
discharge from the administration of the estate of d.ncenear ct Gen. Brown'a. Appeals.. RN "An act to amend an act entiled a:act to'ncor- nabcd suitable for Banks Public Office, Merchants Plain and fancy ribbed cassimers of all colors. ysualS 4. -I

Hector I
Sept 7, 1839 JENNt-T LESLIF.NOTICE. __ Deed, Record, and Docket Books, and all other 5 cases negro kersey NE two Horse Softy .
S. W. Carmack <& JTIedicus A. Lou;, da"Se 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and legis Blank Books used hy County Courts can be obtained 3 bales plain and plaid linseys. O Also OBO Hone doAN WOB.tlotJ& ..i
of the Territory of Florida Tlal if Welsh dimet and canton flannels.
lalfe in
at short notice, ruled and bound any style complete.
SIX weeks after dale I.shall apply to the honor- ATTORNEYS AT LAW, any stockholder! who has heretofore, or may hereafter required, and warranted equal to nothern or any 3 1-4" 1-4 and 5 1-4 bleached and brown domestics. NiJ 8th,1839 W3LlJ. ra .I'

judge of the county court of Columbia TALLAHASSEE, FLA. obtain a loan upon the pledge of stock a* other manufacture. Particular attention will be rBA'J'IEB'8

eonnty for letters of administration on the estate i.contemplated in the t twenty-ninth section of the paid to re-binding old Books, Magazines English, and Venetian cerpeting. OIKT

of. Isaac. Well., tale of said county dccasit. 'lTLL' practice in partnership in the Superi- act,to which this is an amendmenthaII ncgurct ti Pamphlet", Music .ew"I"pel., plain o Superior 4 1and 5 I 2 fur *il do. effectual care for Tetter. .

C F DUCRR. of the Middle and Apilachicola renew or pay up hi*.tock note for the space of 3 ornamental or to_ match Paper English and Brussels! rugs, mat*. &c. all eclaneoos eruptions. aiac1 ....'

Suwannee. Rprin !. Jan 8, 1fWO. 24 w6 Districts and in the COlt of Appeals. Their days after the same shall have become due ruled for binding Letters, <$-c.He patterns. Super light and dark fancy prints.Muslin i Jacob-Ralier, Baltimore.! For .1'rfp..c.- If.
office is, for the present, in the new court house. shares so pledged shall be forfeited to the bank, and lUI. sale good assoftmenl of Blank. and chilly detain dreSlle"Blk aae 171f '
NOTICE. Dec 21 that be received from the sale : RANDOLPR&i
any premium and col'd s'ilks. 1t
% may of r
Month after B"oks, Letter and Writing Paper,ruled or plain
SIX date..l will present my ac- I thereof shall accrue and be added to the surplus I lain and cross bard Cambnics.acconeti BLANKS. _
and Toucher and : Dr. H. the bet quality. Ruled paper of every description.
apply fur a dismis Benjamin Taylor I profits of the bank. A General Asr>rtment of
,ion from the administration or the of his professional services to the citi All\\ orders thankfully received and promptly at.tended .ete. BIni. lte
Venn estate Ked;" OFFERS Sec.2. Be it furthertnaced, That it shall be tho I to. P. A' HAYWARD. Linen, lawn.,' lontl, hosiery, etc. Agoodpaper.forsalealthisOfiea, .
deceased. Tallahawee and its
: vicinity. Ollcfal duty of the of directors, when any share may 5 bhds brown Justices Executions, Blank Deed
Sep 1"4.183' 6 m II9 R AC E VA N N. his father's re\idence.on the north fide of \ be forfeited as aforesaid to piocccd to sell the same: Talthlscer. July 13tfCOUon boxes white do.sugar Sammons, Bills .f SaI.,.

Adm'r ofK dar Van dec'd. ingte-n quare.Talahulct.. public outcry to the highest bidder,before the bank Weighing 4 bis loaf do. Sobpanat, AltomtJ' _

NOTICE. 30th Not 1839 lJ IJ house in the city TatUhansee! after giving ten THE .ulsc.ibr. appointed Weigher of con 20 boxes sperm e ndlew. Warrants, Reconinacl1-
li notice publication in nil the ofan act passed at the last sos &e. &e. &
ays papers published coffee. &e.
IX weeks! hags old Java
; aftrr. flalc I fcliall apply to the lionorablo 20
: Charles S. Sibley i in tbe tim" and place of sale: ion of toe Legislative Council respectfully in.
the JuJjft tll tlm county Court of Leon Talahl"re.uf 2 pipes super cog brandy.
-'ounty f.r letters of administratitiii on tilt t. tate O: FFEKS his profesM'onalservices l Attorney and the ( within ten days thereafter; forms the public that he is pie pard to weigh Cot 2 pipes super champagne ditto. jjtW.COLEM pt M.
f Robert Stone deceased. and Cou.T.-ellornt Law, in the collection ii I. execute to the bank the bonds and mortgages ne- Ion either in this city or s the Railroad Depot,- 1 M old Jam Ruin. bet1e1t Uae
JOSEPH CJiANE. d .bis. 'c.in Mi.MIe Khii! '. lie will attend l I cecsary to ,'on"tilutr hint a stockholder': and hesubject His scales ire manufactured at the sime place 8 10L.IsNEdo and R ail Road D rot. C'r*

Jan. 11. 1fWl. fie: c"o'irts in (the Mi-lil'e' Di'itr'ci. al to the"me rules regulation, and re-lric.lvn those used hy the United Slates generally and I 10 him whiskey Tallahassee Oc 18tth. 1839.

--- Ofcr in Munroe Street,in the buidn: ; formerly and be entitled to the same right, privil'gl!, likewise by the( weighers of cotton in the city of Raspberry, lemon and sarsaparilla syrups. TiSMBERTOR8A
Administ alor'8 Notice. ( by \Vm. Wilvin, a, J Hook rfiorc.Inllalns and immunities, as ire guaranteed to an original Ncw York and have been examined by th. Inspector Madeira malaga and port wjr.es. _

SIX months slier date I shall! apply to IhejmJge '(e .\lay 1 2Ii; lQ.13. 40 if: s I lochulcrr.: provided, that the! sale and forfeiture of scales and weights ofspid city,and proved Soda, wine tnd butter cracker 100,000 Shingles

Ihc County Courtof JofTcrnon rnunly f.ra ____ o "har." .llal not operate to.divest the bank of any correct. Price of weighing 10 cents per bale. Lamp, castor and sweet oils. 80,000 Yellow Pin..

final 1 settlement and discharge' from Ihe Administration : D.1VIDS. WA1IR. l lien may have had en the property of the D. M. IEFrJELD.'fI her of Collon. Also a large lot of segments and gin grain pa For sale 40,000'White d.

of Thomas. G. Sheliec
  • Leon.JALLIGHAN'S .
    I SHEHEE aJmitiiMratrit WILL practice in the Courlsoftho Ditrirlur hound fO the security of any etbt he may owe the JEWELRY. Carpenter, Rim and moitice locks. ?

    t .aig 3.1839.-241 OtT. G. Shehee d-c'd. Florida. Hi!office is the firM room t" the rih1 I hank, whether a!payer endorser or, surely, until I THlIIE subscriber rop'ctfully informs Ihe citizens Trunkchestandpadtlo ( VEGE1'ABLE-

    r ADMINISTRITOK'S ovt-r J D. DiiH'sstore.in Tellaiacewherclie! maytlways the ale shall have been fully satisfied. JL and viMtors of Tallahassee, that he has j-i.M Superior double and single twist bl guns. FEVER AND AGUE PIUS

    NOTICE. : be found.. JOHN PAIU\ILI. Cashier. opened an assortment of Rich Jewelry and fancy: Paten t b :and pocket pistols, and a general assortment i A certain and lasting cure ortJi.d. .
    k SIX month. oflcr dale, I "haUllrell'nl my ae- ---- ---- --- --- March! 14.1339._ ?. goi-ds at the corner of Monroe street and \V\ hing. of cUllery.I10 i sale by ItI

    ) and voucher. : *, and apply to the) lion.: \1111HANUOIPI! : ) L. CARLTON ton Square opposite Messrs. ftmdolph &, Lewis'' a general assortment of crockery and glassware I RA'iOOLPH.kLtwll
    Judge of Lvon County Ciurtfor a final sclllcinrni L AlorIH' Connelol' l.a1 merchant Tailor. Drug Store, which he will sell at Philadelphia pi i.CII. I. saddlerv, whipsretc. i T.ahacee.., April H.1938. .
    and discharge, fr.itn: the Administration 31
    erf the is.lates Florida. J CKEAGH S.MITH.j Nov 2
    inform th citizens of f _ i
    of Michael! OULD respectfully A Plantation LnaoTftr" -
    Cummin and Wiley Sc-irbo- OlP.c" in the New Court \7 n5! 24 NEW ( (
    House. OODS.TilE .
    ; rough, der.ea ed.l late of Leon Florida. of Tallahatser and its vicinity that he has I 880 l\rrell..r Land in .
    County. lying
    Jan. 1" 1839 3.if.. subscriber has received the ,
    ship 'Cetot
    fresh For per
    BENJAMIN BYIU), returned from New York with I supply of Sale. I Township one. Range two, north ,
    Aug. 1V183( <>-6m Administrator.: Dr. A. 31. U\ DOLPI Cloths, Caj'imcres and .e&llgl. of the newest L GOOD second hand DRAY but little worn ,just arrived from Liverpool, a splendid the lands of Capt. Lester and ." r

    HAVIMi lo-a.ed; iiunsel! : : '', .i !tye! Inc the finest fabric, which he pledges to Enquire of JAS B GAMBLE A: CO. assortment superfine broad cloths, consisting 250 acres cleared aud umler good Major reT _

    f4 Administrators Notice. profc'sioinlservices t 11 thIn public those t call on him to have made up in the jut JS j; 2G\3Commission. of the following colors : on the premises a dwelling House is

    ALL persons:. indebted to the E'latc o< T. Me He is to he fllr at the office Of. IV. J. H. Randolph newest fashion. To ple.isfc! the gay and faMidioiis __ __ Blue black wool tired. Barnes, Stables, Gin house Screw Irm.

    't. ,, deceased are requested to make immediate on Monroe Sit ccl. t Ihe SuSscriber has employed R. R. Pilgrim, who: House New Orleans. Black do. do. ry buildlD!". Any wishing and al1l1tea1a._

    i. payment ar.d tliot having claim against May'?'fi 42 will give his undivided auction to the Cut ling LONG & GHIVOT.IIA InvislMe green, can examine the Lrn4I.person and t,
    the Estate will present ;|iom fur adju tlUl'nl. OCfartmrnLTalahuecl. VE established '..hcmselvcs New Oilcan!, Sea green. bruther, J.L. Vlckers.wl.o by calfini .

    ;: ELIZABETH 1 \MCCARTY Administratrix L..A. TJOPSOX 4 T.II. IIAGXEB.ATTORNEYS .. Oct. 20lh lfi!>. the transaction of Commission Business,,, Hai11lm.light) brown the land and is authorised will fcow Ik, '_

    ; A. ALEXANDER Admilll,trnior. AND CO ISEI.LOHT: nn J solicit the patronise of their friends and th i, Adelaide Terms one awl; tocor.UartfwIki*****
    i St. Marks, Jan 1810 22Administrator's 14.Talalss.\ W, Information7ANTED I public to which they pledge their hcst services. JHue and indigo blue. twovears.. :

    Florida. oi a man by the name of P.-lrick I Arril7 35-if Which he will make up to order! in tIe best and JAMESJ.'VICTrj:: .,
    14 Thomasvi'le' -
    IVoticc.Af -T ILL < Y Brow.i, that itands about G feet, red hair, -- latest style of fashion. As the ciothj have been Aug. IJ.1839.:: if
    I'rncti.-e the Superiir CV.uiK of the, NOTICf I : ;
    i L person having nny demands ii/jainxt/ Ihe Y Y 'and Apnlachico'a: Di..tnct cf Florida about the!' ago nf 26 yeas, wh. left New York in I purchased expressly for this market ty will be I DISSOLUTION. -
    Estate of SAMCEL GILI.AXC. lately dee-eased and MidI in Court of September 1837 for Tampa Bay. East Florda. I. / lllIE8ab.-rrii.fr informs his friends and tlie r nh-. found as good as any Britain's basted lustre. / 't HE Copartnrr.hip heretofore
    Appeal. -
    pi .Icflcrson County r.re requested forthwith; to entrusted when hart 'heard frol it was in November ; I. 'U- lie, that he purchased: tl.e entire stock I in: DENNIS ShEA 1 1I 4 the firm' .f Waddel. RandolpfcTJei

    t render in their claim*, properly attested to my prompt Business'Mention. !f thrr! f re wi meet ,'ill Calli'Min/ county, Wes-l Florida. Should ISa!meet t trade DOVAL & HCTCHIXS, and the business will No. 4, Berry's Row.M this day dissolved by mutual ia
    t.t I Agent WILLIAM BUDD Monticello and all person* ------ Gr. -12 the 4Je of any one acqunintod with him, they will t j hereafter continued in his own name in the same I r 18. 18 9. 4Iff. W. W. .
    who store occupied by them. lie returns his thanks i tothe WADD} -
    are indebted Law confer favor his
    to make Notice. discontentedwife.
    same immediate an evcilasting on .
    II & Harness Jlaking.CPTHE J- H.
    I for liberal he RANDOLPT
    the has
    'r payment :Iim. THOMAS ROSrf 'liilhrrlocxistin"' Julia Brown and family. I by her pnblic encouragement received
    Tit Copartnrhliip between addressing; and he so5icilc! a continuance of the : subscriber having engaged the srvic B-c. LEWS. oft
    Jan 11 1 23 81 Administrator.Administrator's \t. I>. DL'VALand with a few lines, in care of N'o. Sam' I .IT- T. !
    II. Jlmrl "ee.
    .t' \M. BROCK- Calg'alin. j Ho has on hand ind continue l to keep a gcrernl rs of killftil Carringe and Harness \faker,from August I 13. 1839.
    been this 1 107. street, New York.m.tatirig ua.1I I The business Will in1
    IVoticc. .snnOIG'.ls day dllsnry for the' the North. tr.gscacet.iutfurrm; ( his friends and the be ccntioaedtv tJe
    p..IInl.W.1: -c 7 l ItiTo and trade. He invites nil public that all orders for repairs &c.shall he pane: her, under the firm of Y..ndolph' Le
    those who ( _
    : pen-Dim indebted tho Efciale of ROSERT --- ----- ------- --- I i town country : .
    f. ALL '. deceased are rfq"ie-M,'d to come ] I. nrOCKIonotG! I will continue George Mitchell, have outstanding accounts previous to 151*, to nit tually and nei'lv executed. j I will settle the affairs of the for Jerp.ut
    L rrs at
    f foruard and make immi-niiic :. t. Ap .' : practir in thcApila- I Formerly of Molcombr, in the and settle the same. Onlcrl from the conntrill Saddlery Work Done. i i J.H. ILtN DOIJk
    rnefl1 to (
    df'r"i."ed-lind nil p ) un ch cola PiMrirt. aid the County nfL,-on, :and the County o I he punctually. amended t. and goods furnished at E.B.CLARK: I nj 111'D.. C. IEWI3.
    holding claims! "";iinl snid f Dorset, England to next of kin.NOTICE 1 1 -- -
    !': Estate arc requested to tlifiu Court Appeal" rc;ulariy, nr.d in Jeierson: and or !i the lowest market rrcl" _Tallahassee;! _May! _>, ISM. 39-if CIVIL -
    pret-eni duly authenticated. Gjtcl.ri! i is ,that if the aid I EXGINEEBI
    i will.in the time pret-cni'ed hy Lu fir : If".II\, ,1Ju.\rl. hircby given, I The highest prices given for all kinds ofcc.imtryprr II E higiiejt;, premium' ill he paid for Notes of rHE IUbllcflber
    payment Ti '" ep. ; {5 Mitchell, of Thomas and Ann 'I having for toe
    : \ 2h. s-on 'l"ce. ALEX. FORMY DUVAL. sweat
    ,or they will be forever harred.MARGARET; --- --- the Bank Slate; of Georgia or Augusta Flori. hi Resident
    engagement as
    t I Mitchell of Motcombo, aforesaid is now living 01 I Tallahassee, April 23. Ih3' 31i-1f cnginetrrfA,
    WADKIXS, Notice.rW I da Life and Trust (nfJpanforlh and South Brunswick turf Horida Rail
    been dead have left -- ---------- --- ---- Road. now Bra
    ,: Jan 4 1 1540 et 23 Administratrix.Administrator's : UK Plat ofToMnshipTtto n.nL.Vi\'rfrth should 'sny personal reprcsenla Carolina Bank, or drafts on Northern Cities, 1 if.t services to !the puNic in the K
    --- JL and Kasi: v.a! furnished 'u tl.ix OlTcc on the n-el in America, he or they may hear of something P. 1-1. S'V AI M& Co. I immediate application ismtdeto Ins following brll ese
    J.. 1\'elie :"th Just. R. J. to lii. or their aOvaptave, by applying' cither P.ERRY I I. profession :Locatin* and eonstrnctinit Li

    Commission,Slorat&Forcarlli, & DOWLlNG.or Roads
    t jCJIX months! afterdate I.hal aptl[ to tl.e JudjfefSj ; .'r. Oct. 1J.CKUr. Hllitfr.1'tl.hlt. I cr'onally oi by letter post ,paid", to in thin 'under ; dec 4 L. A. THOMPSON.AMES CanK Aquednct, and Turnpika Roi4
    t. <.f the Cou.ity. Court Jcflernu Cot, nly f for 16tl-41 Mffnrd within I hree monlbs from the date 1.'rtlr l\lERCIl.A 'rS, i --- making nrvey and estimate for the reiaoval 4

    e, a final settlement and d!. charge f.om. the AJn'n.( : D ,R. J:o. B.: TAYi- oir earner I ly r ; ; Should: any person be nb'o to scud a clli clle frI f I'I And General Dealers in Dry Good r B.GAMBLE and his 'brother JGRAT-: strucrions in rivers, &4.. designing and eoaftrstf.

    iitralort'iip ofSoLosiov HOWARD. d'.-cai4d. lh'i. n drhtrd to hun fur former yoM ;I hI Mie G cor:(Mitelit It', death. a modrr ute remu- i GROCERIES; I'IVIlONS.&c. .I J I AN-GA.MULE have this day associated ini in? Bridgei. Mill dams, Marino Railway, D,,

    ,; BENJAMIN inilRO.V, I \Ie". ", toca'l' and "ettl>.> th? fain1, < !longir inclul). ,1Uit on will paid. The said Geo. Mitchell I ifliing. i P. II. SV.'ALM I. J St. Marks i bllinf'IIJtth: old stand ofulIu: & Rnn under Docks and other Hydraulic worts. HITIDJ W

    Jan 11.1 jRO 21< Am'"i >tr.uor.EXECUTORS I gr !I.e cafitt'it be yiven.in i l is about 44- )years of er... He timgralidIron ERASTt'S CO 1<. S Florid! : 'the name ands>tle> of J%MES B. GIMBI.K & Co. many yea r' experience as principal AwiiitanttsUf

    I jn I 26 i ) England about! 15 yraM since, and the lat THEY Inve large and commodious: warehon e" They a.k the same liberal share of puh.'ie' p..trotagl hie ebralcd L.>annni Baldwin E q. CivitE.j.neesl.e .

    SALJ---u--I 1i 1-- --- --- --.--- I k ter rce ivd from him was dAted at New YNK.on I storage of cotton and merrt."IIIr., paiid; le-to" ed oi> the bIt firm. with! preal confidenco a,k* the pat-

    WILL tf. Id itt P'Jhl c AICtl''I'H Tuesday j i LEGAL- OT1CE. ti! .5th of Jne 1 1H:6;: in which) letter he l' L. \ III pay particular attention to riroving forwarding 1- JAMES B. GAMBLE, a.c of the public.
    I Itli of February" next. atth Int.- {: Palizi-r and \\'alker 'I Orders for all kind. of
    rei.per.re I. ?.lrler.1 Alt"rneyi "i.rv'sd al intention of co'iig to I'e! t Floridaor 5 and t-hipping cotton and merchandise to iii y J. GtATT.G.ll.I.f. &irveyingLeUhagpa.
    : JKREMIAH POWE.deceased onlfle.in = at Ln-.v. will prntic' in ; in titi the in tho United State hive therriati ralcu'ation"! Architectural! an.brn
    t(1 'IP"rl.N Iip I r to 'Vtlrr States to settle. I port They constantly'on Jan 4, ISP' 22 ,
    : head of l"r..s.2 rr 30 h'al| of Sb. 'p. "prml I Superior/ Courts of thin C'unlirl nf .rf"rhmJ. I.'. Dated this I0'h day of October, JC39.at Sha'tes- I 1 hand a lirjje and extensive 'ortr'1'rotof Goods ';! -_ ____ drawing! ofjb-eiit Machines, Maps, Flats >.

    made IJI, i I on 1. Ridsdc'i: ', Fr-ri1lin, Calhoun. a,14i i Jackion an Lurv.in. the County of; Dorset. Encland. | fall description, which they will sell low in lot- j i Sub'crifcer! having taken oat Letter of r w ill be attended to, either by himiehfp.raisslIv.r

    VIOLET pow rUl Ex'trix. j in (tit court of Appeal!! at I allaharvrA.Addrrxs ANNEX & UTTER Solicitor} ''tosuit: purchaser. for ca. ;ii or approved credit. ;j THE -tr.ition on the Estate of Thoroa by hi! a6i.tanl!-Application hy Mail orwi .

    JL; NATHANIEL. HAMLIN. of Thom:1 Dhz'l.pa3rhi..I.!.. Any further inforn ation can be obtained of J",.. ;I They hope) by a strict and prompt attention I to t:hare i Bn cttt deceased requests all indebted to mike ie. pronptly m.t.ecj. _

    Jan. JOHN W. AIMMS, Executor: A.Mr '.Walker ( Tal.hl!b ee. B. Gamble & Co. Tllh3'.t( t2 jin4Jll. interests of those entrusting business, their cato I payment and that all those hiving claims against Refer lit Cof.S. Th.ijerIat? PrlDc'pal.Wflt
    29. 10 10. 8t 27 JUIC 15. It39.If: I merit a continuance of the liberal patronage 'aid Estate will presont them immediately. Point Academy.Hon. .
    T ---- --- ---. --- ----' DULL & CO. Have just icccrvcd heretofore enjoyed. T. B. Kmn.Prrsf.flrtunswkk4.fla.f

    L NO..CE.DOCOR Fresh Garden Seeds. ,.- sldl'| Geneva, and oilier ari\als, cc n. St. Markw.Jan.30 IR33. SGtf HENRY BON:). P. TI. rlvi.r,_ P.n_ R.n.. .. ,t. 'n..11 f._n f.Copt. _.
    Ii T.ilaaee.J3fl rI. 1 -10( 52JLaiv -- -- ---- -
    r'crve.l. 4"n
    Ireshl-t) : !
    a of
    JNO. B. Garden Seeds
    TAYLOR, liasaM-o-iatcd I -
    JUST eral I ss'\rtmeni of the inosifit-hioriaMostylsdf blue, it.: Parn, ArcJiitctt &
    ''LI I'KNI. R.Tvi.na in business wit h : d of the growth o'IS H. For sale IIl.k. brown, mixod and fancy ClothsCa, !'imercs:, NATIIAN'SIIOTEL.lllEruibrcriber Partnership. I EngineerBostsa.B. }PERBJUL

    1 :1Y. EBARNARD.Jr.. I'cstinjs, &". would be ple-ed to ; takes the liberty of ir.:trmin Thoma.sviI.V.Thos.Co.!
    him.jan "lirh they 1
    Pk, 18 ?6LEON_ .' T.4llahaeC,13tli' ---- Dec.. 18.TS., Dri.iar.CABINETMAKING. up for ihcir !cnMo.uers.. Thelia\irp' ben pI"cte.mop I :Ins friends and the public generally, that he JOSEPI1lcCA) R.TS.STONE BARTON, hive C.formed POPE. Georgia aoj JitfIVotice.
    ----- has a
    ----- with; ) jjreat -are frm 11.ltcst New Y&iktitionv.ctnnot Impo pur'liR"ed the .1Iule lately known a. the .
    COUNTY COURT. I "FLOHIDA I I I copartner-hip, in priclie** 'Jra w. They will at- I IX months
    fail to piasc most faMiiHE1PY !iHI'. IIOfSE"Quincy, which under hlstipenntendaucp after date we shall apply t I. At
    Tliontfu.: Drzra'i. __ 1: .ub"'r.ber tliankfui: I has ( tend to biisiness in the counties of Gad" en. Leon Hon.
    ) An, ] ,, I J THE { : MVDB: CLOTIIliNW.Snperfie undergone thorough repair? J Judge <>f the County Court GaUea
    mfl ( )
    Iamazt: .. ,- ... past favour Rpfpcctifiil'y in is Jefferson, Madison and II imlt! n, of Florida.
    and uinch he County for 1
    ( *": j now ready to receive and cute I of diUli'si.tn! from tbeerfatfif
    -, John I Unsworn,. J An ''ehmrI:, $130 c k-:, :::_._.':-;:-._.::._-:,-' iiiforms the citizens. of 1 Fn cks :do.Suprfne lta.! k, lime,and fancy colored l drahcoatt', | taint to the best CJfhiq abilit:1.11. who may fun And in the counties of Thomas and Decatur of Archibald! Love t.f said C"iint7.dcc'd.
    T llrt defendant and nil ; TnllahiKFec and vicinity thai ( e0ria. Letters directed to Barton C. JPope.Monticello .
    fH' inlcre lej, him with their
    otll"f arc blue lack: briut drab nnd I patronage. THUS.. B. GRAHA"
    ; ; n, mixed
    JL hereby notified of the institution: ofthcnKovo .... plHZfW' he corIilll'I: to carry fn ihcJ ( I -: *, ( cloth, do. Beaver do. Mohair! ; j To UIOSP! whoknow him.he ilcemsit unnecessc or J. 'sTCants. or Richard R. Stone, DANIEL LOn;,
    ) dlribellli hy sttachment, and are r. quird I to : f:. kW'L i:= r. J Cabinet Making. b.inoKs in do.Illot Ill. ry to make promises with regard to the manner iL Talahas! will be promptly attended to. They Aug.l0.1r..19-lf EiwatanT7

    V ( and pleuil to lht' 'odara'iviii f.led. nil itsvaneij at thcohl klaml Bnnkrt Finr lili'-k, an!c I. Pants, F.,ncy colored) ,ho. which the Ilnusi wiiilu! kept. To nil others he will attend t"business in the county and superior -
    4t J M I .H'OTT. 1 I "Bless and l il"ldl! opposite/ has only to ral! and for courts anil thpeoDrt of Appeals.B.4RTON I FUItITURE.;
    L"I I Ourkskin & co! ) kin ,In I ICas say judge yourselves, acas -
    Dee CM\\. Wvall' Sin,,._ .. .h".. ., tip. rbio. 1)"r.1 Srnerlf C. POPE. O/Tlcc/ Monliccllo. ERR KIRKSEY
    :ff 21 20 AI'y 'for I I tt .. .) ;,. dj I ,mixed,; I i |, vou tir.d him, so speak of him. r at have rvceiydan4a.
    -' .----- --- --- --- --_--__-_--- __ __ j wi bo hippy to receive order from his frirndsand; and Fancy S.iMiiieti: : i .nfal. I j| ISAAC NATHANS. J. McCANTS, & I:. R. STONF, Tallahassee Jla.oflerfor sale, a large assortment 0'(1IlIIi.

    _ la"s Liniment, J public nerally. Sidcboarl I* Bureau' :11,1 f'lrni. Kcn'u -ky Jrar>sd >. I II j Quinc.v. April 3 3.-lf I ian 18 26 lure on as ressonablc-termsas over before offereS
    'ff .& CERTA IN CURE for the followinjr .Ji.tnpii. lure of every description; mve! in a fashionable and Double anll l 10 him |pii'lk cOD. 'flti" of
    w J3L in: complaint, elablihrd; New York.ind -ub"laritial mann.r. and on rcainnaMc' t"rml. and i i I fine had: silk sm Velvet:e breasted do. Plain Clnth'el'l black nnd blue, Super-Satin II J 1 tffc fb4\fk OKRA or '1'VINCO1' N 'V-foo-. -- Sofas, and sofa Bt.'d\tea'ts

    used in our principal 10pitall.! and by eminent he hvpcit by strict attention to tuiMiiesK to merit do. Fine ficuic-dtJo/fircy! do. TON SEP.D: ; for Rile hv TilE undersigned have received by recent a Bureaus, ilcbo.irds and fel'f'luif'1l? ,

    M e.cal men. tilth greatest potsible rucccxs: a'c receive a liberal! share of the p. lrona:" .f thin Co'orcd Va!enth of s'tperior, figured q'lality, Fancy: JOSEPH DOWLLVU. ,nnd opened at their stores Nos. I ll Centre card and ezteniion taWcsBed.tcad. :
    -t- (externally in the public. The Okra Cotton or, as it is more ; Uerrv'i Row.
    ) following complaints.For Silk do.- ''o cloth Veh.t.-Fal frncy Thibet,- properly general and well assorted slock o1 Malrisscs
    4t the ; I JXCOB BLESS. I called Twin Cotton i likely] tosuperrcde all other Fall and Winter Goods, in Mahogany' chairs
    Piles, Tightness in the chest coloictl >ilk Velvet.-Fnncy figured do.-superior I consisting part t>f
    ''r for all Dropsy I especially in children. N. B. Al kind furnUuro repaired on rea"onftbc quali'y'! and latest style cut silk VeUet do. Cotton: here. IIJ isarccMaWd to be a more lii rdy Bagging :and Bale Rope, Rocking, nurse and c.'iildrens: elmin' with a iaai-

    t: Tender feet Foul I Ulcrn! of the leg, Mipcnr.r of Ladies Cloth: Merino, plant, and, having a longer; tap root, it bears I.e,', and Kt-rneyV, M>me assortmeiii of dining cburs.Iive geese frauVers
    Surf throat by Cancers I or other fungus sores, Ta'lah-s' Fept. 7th, 183D-If Thibet, and Damnsk'Cloaks. drought. !' letter. Its staple is finer than the Petit French. Whitner Duffil and twilled Blan &r. -
    J' ( : ( ulf Cotton, and *hat in a great desideratum it ket. Tallahassee .
    or ulcers however obstinate or liildrt-'iis Germ\n Jackets and Pants. Ac? 3.BEIF
    Pn'Jf, long Maiiduty F:: CHINA & GLAIS W Ala; "f rin" CravHt, hack! Italian silk do, superfineiwillcil yields more to the Seed than any Cut on known I.o'vell NO*. 1 & 2 Oznaburg, _.
    J RENd! Chb Te. and Dinner that is, a pound of this Cotton in tho Seed wilipr.dllre
    Whonpin: Ccuh Fresh Wound. 'flt! Wine d). Heavy Russet Brogan,, I CATTLE.
    &c. F.ns.V: ... \V.Il.FhtACJ5. more clean Cotton and !less Seed than. Rich Brussels'
    L-nncn ani l silk and Scotch dBEEf
    r There are thousand, certificates of rockellildkcc.id. Carpets, WANTED tnpurehase go
    many Cotton
    '. I TOO.' rcrpecialtlc end authenlir. characler many tll 1.1111! ase Jan 'l'jn33 23tf Cotton and \'ool 11 drnwfrs. CU>th 4 lo. I kn wn. Nov 23PhuloFo Brussels, Wilton and Tafied Rugs CATTLE. fur which the Mh'IprkevihlbedrenonapphCU

    ; Which. : may be examined where tl>" arlu.!lv is sold.Il I 'ro Boys do- Caildr'.Ito.Uklnn.to; iCe Music. Fashiou.ible brass .Fenders and e ,

    f; is un-d DI an eXItrl'II"lllitation, :: d (for tna.ny I RON SCREWS: IIanter.I r,!, "I'l'd by the Schooner 1111 udel'hii mtd* !superfine Boots. I F J1OR SALK: at th,. Jewelry Store of Mersrt Carved And-Irons : DROWN & GALBRA1TH.Tallahassee. .

    p other '. cnumcrotct thr..r plltr i is Ji.Hppli Hutikcy, from Baltimore, are now ready N rr elolhin:of all deNcripiions.Bticklry's B.yimt k zo.UI.Z. formeriy: Ger.irdii'. Mahogany & Gill-frsmed Mantel Glasses, .Jai 2C 25tf _

    - t considered rt"ark ly! etrcti\'c; but for ll'C! 1'ib's l r'dvhvry on I the paymri-l tithe i-aiiic. Apply to F-ir'Hats.superfine Philadelphia made fibi. 'i 0. TO RJ3j%TH1HE With Keatiler, Matrasses and Bedstead, CITIZEN'S hOuSE.HF .
    L it 'has no and hc June 22 f able' a general assortment of choice Groceries, COFFEE -
    equal < agent nre buuud to J. BETTON.KICU. Plantation at Shell Point
    'I' I Metis fine ilk, woolen! Merino, and Cotton Ho Hardware and and : Sobscribem have opened this Mablmcnt. **-
    I k -- Cutlery, Staple
    refund. in all cnscs where it d.r.not cure.L. --- --- -- JL recently occupied by Mr. A. Fancy Dry "d:
    Goods in the of TallahasseekuaIe si
    .;t M. Cooicloc &. C'i. Proprietors. For alc by siery. UI, Forrester, is nflered for rent the fine Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps. City
    4 no 7 RANDOLPH I LEWIS. F OR ;';llu! O Tim"1 bept ehnrl ton n nt hro.\ Cloths, Cn..simerc! !, Satlnetis. iwd Vest I ing year. For terms" and further ensiu inA Crockery and Glass Ware. Pickles. Catsuns.. Jellies \- Monroe street opposite" the Capitol', and near !IIIReDrellCnlali"PR
    i K\. Port ICF n or description 17 if. Jams H..IL Thnv >.r. nr..narM. III lCcoiuuiodate >
    .11j ----- -- --- :Marks or Leon by al Iher .infnrm'nn.. ;- ftn..I.. .._ ,s'yrups&c.AM -- --- ----- ---J -' -
    ---- ,
    Copartnership. I HOLT *. M LLEIt.ELLIOT'S DR. -- ----J.R. II.] IV BERRY of which they otTer on accommodating terms I Ihe citizens in good style", and/D accommodating

    r subscriber have this day entered into j 1- - ____-" IMS the l'I\.Ir-----thin and at their usual l lNw prices.JAMES I trrins intending to keep a first it"Restauraut.

    I {renewal cotninifnion and 1r.ii con Cl'UE. INFO ing country ttizeu' h..hits located himselfin -- h______"_._ _20-tf_ __ E. BROOMP. Co. I Breakfast, Dvmen, Sppm, $ 41..

    parlncrI.il mrrdlihl. under the ktyle of :, D R. ELLIOTS 11.S'II'n: 'ecn.isc.1 with this city for the purpose of practising Dental FOil SALE. Tallahassee Nov. 9.1839. I 13tf Oysters, &c. served up in regular French .tlle.I
    frNnuaIl I First rate Seal, Press and Fix- promptly furnished. The Bar w furnished wkk *
    1 & O'm nd. WM. Ullc.mlrnn trCr f \ weltYer it )jima Surgery and has t\tl tin room formerly occupied -
    McNAUGllT.JAMES tures. NOTICE. well
    :4,. bcn inlrodlJ.<'' has Mipersrded the use of other hy Dr. Crow, adjoining the of the and careful) selected stock of Wines IndiA
    PortLi'onJanO,184O oUIU remedies for the cure of Corn*. I HOLT MILLER. THE Subscriber has just received and offer* quors.
    A fisw applications!will entirely remove thclargest Dr.Inle'. to of hULL'SVegetable sale low for cash. Gentlemen's fine black Intending to pay every attention to their estai
    prepared every variety workin
    -lit DavIts.fOMMISSION corns ,'le prevent further Iltin. (he line of his prnfrspion. and offers his services Pulmonary Balsam v.nnd Russia For Hats, Gentlemen's and lUhment they respectfully solicit thepalron si
    4 I'rire 50 linx Boy's Cap, Travelling Trunks, do. the
    w cenn per with directions for le. to the ('itiZPlta of Leon County.Iln The reputation of which, Bags; Trol public. G.MA VRIC!,
    MEnCIATS (For >ale in Tdllnhnssee, nt the Dni"' Store orRDOI.PH hasbccomeertabtishcdas ling Yalccses and a good aonortment, Cloths Cas- B. FAY ANT. '
    Ht be found at his the
    NEW may office at hours of the most safe and efficacious i
    ORLE.JNS. rt remedyever I meres, and ready mad e Tallahassee
    & LEWIS.; Oct. 12
    --I 'r JtEFF.RENCES.-1I.BOn&Esq, May 18th, 1373. 4j.t diy. nov 16 tf I I discovered for Clothing.L. CARLTON. 1839. ____ I
    11 Jfessrs. NOTICE. I Influenza Coughs, Colds, Asthma
    Bctlon ----- -- Whooping Tallahassee Notice.
    Fi.h"r. -- ------- -- -- Nov. 2d, 1830.
    Ik .' Kerr & &Kirksey, For Sale. I miTR. Charles, C. Hill and Mr.Thou. J. Perkins Cough. Spitting of Blood and all affections of -. TilE Co-Partnership hereiofui e existing in,1b* .

    "raU"ba.'e.Me.I. : BARLEY, suitable for seed. Petit I ITJL are my authorized agentsduring my ibcrnce the LungH. Boot Manufactory. STEWART BARNARD, beisf
    4 lolyneD' Withcrby' 4- Co. Liverpool. !' Sed.ofUl! pit year Enquire from Die. Territory. \VM. I GORMAN. IN presenting this useful remedy to the public, THE subscriber is now prepared tu manufacture dissolved by the death of the senior panner ST.pcrsnns

    - Mardi 23. 1 1C39. 33 ly Ut JOhN PARKHILL. I Decl. *0 proprietori.authoni.edby a Physician from work in his line, at fair prices and indepted to the first are requested malt
    - -- - --- --- whom
    Dee 21 20 r'or 'uie.A ----- the recipe was confidentially nhtainurf- in ills' emolovffl nnmK .sI' Ih. h... .n.I..n. hav.1 immediate settlement, and all having claims *>U
    COACH MAKING. ---- ----- I I stale that he has used it himself and"in -I his the o'f -' "" plta! Dresenl. the 1amp_
    -- QUARTER SECTION of first rile Land extensive city >Jew York, giving i them the h'ighcsi h ; I '
    fM I tIE '
    TIlE Subscriber begs leave to inform his JL su'ii-ciiher wirhes to J1 cevoral valuable situated two mile norlh.we.t practice in Pulmonary affecliorm, with aston wages, and determined. supply a good article of> E.BERNARD,Jr. SurviviDg Partner.
    TRACTS OF LAND near his residenco. ofTalaha.see'I' ishing effect. The happy combination Tallahassee July 14, 18:19.: 49tfDissolution.
    of Calf
    friends and customers in general, that he has re.mo 1'innters Apply to vJaretai i and Morocco. He trusts to receive the
    I red his Coach ITIaking: bo te.irluI to retain their capital, in labor R.J. HACKLEY. ble substances, .t which it i is entirely composed; patronage of those who consider the -

    I Dient fem opposite, the new Establsh. it.Cal accommodated will mos sitisfaclorv. cred July 28.1839. are peculiarly adapted to diseases of the Lungs ot the southern manufacture. encouragement Repairing .

    ki little west of tho Presbyterian Church,J"UIC. 20 J Jfoot.street fOBKJlT( : GAMBLE.Vflalr Liver and btomach. done neatly and THE Co-Partnernhip heretofore existiDg ba>
    \ e. JeffVrhon, Fla. 2fllh TO LET This medicine has promptly.FREDERICK subscriber
    i ; where having circled suitable building ., Nov. 1819. been used very extensively, FILER. Edmund Brook Vass and the
    -employed a good set of workmen nud rrc iv.I I A LL --- --- fHl HE Store formerly occupied hy Kerr & Kirk and the ,proprietor has notkuowna instance Doc 21 20m6 was dissolved on the 28th of SeptemHy*k**.
    ed atompletc ortinei.t i of will persons' having claims sgainn the Si-h. JL sey. For particulars inquire of in which it has failed in giving relief in diseases by the death of Mr. Yarn. The business wil b *
    maenall. b :]tcnber will please present them immediately for which it is K!RKM settled' by C DIJERB
    I found ready to execute all orders in any branch 01! ho KERRfrKERKSEY. recommended ; even in cases ap- ABERN.4TI1Y, & HANNA. f
    the business with neatness snd despatch. tl.tltrell. I! will rrna'/' a M.orl lima ir. Tallahassee, Oil. 1 JPG9.PAINTS proaching to consumption attended with bleeding Commission merchants surviving Partner.
    : H BIRRY.I: 1allha.:IC or the purpose |hii,is iusines OILS foilhe, Lungs, and where all oilier remedies had New Orleans. Suwcnne Springs, East Florida Dec.7th if
    22 ,
    t ; N. D. Harness made nnd repaired t in th" !.cst -Inl J. J. BIRGE.Admini 25OO Ibs White Lead, I in oil, m kegs of 100 lbs failed,the rm.sl decided and flittering success has Refer to n.K. CaJ, and Henry Bond. -- -

    (& -.141830 tfP. ALL pert-ens having any legal dmnands a pain.( Brushes, &.e, and Window GUsn of various sizes. yield to the its effect influence of obstructed in perspiration, will Leather, Lime, and IIair. :D ..
    f whours'
    when tfct
    a ; used in
    Estate of JAMES HALL. late of Jefferson For sale by \HE Subscribers hare a have removed t.

    COPlJAN., County deceased,am requested forthwith to render n.fNDOLPI & LEWIS. Aslhina breath, itgives, Hoarseness immediate, Wheezing relief and shortness of lull- complete assortment of constantly LEA THER.on band suitable a store formerly occupiea,'f-

    ARTIST in their claims duly aleJl.d. and those indebted prit718 jjytfuf.scribers procuring tranquilrest for Gin BandsvHarness Cnrringe Tops, Boos and WmUWjaltkCOb re
    I andslee In
    whooping cough, it ia b
    without *
    the &c. Also they are now opening a f"
    to the Shoes
    came "'i payment to SubscriberWM. rival. It n constant supply of LIME, and
    At the Old CO-PARTNEIISIIIP. a
    "pcral.es by gentle expectoration and of artidw*
    Academy'laUdjng. BUIlD Hf. HAIR, for Plastering : .11 of which oSir tiful assortment
    have -
    entered into bt they
    t 1% would remind his frUnds! T partnership may given to infants with perfect safety. for cash in. their lion such u
    IR| COP11ANN. Administrator bortis nun. under the firm of J. B. BULL 4. CO. For sale low or exchange for hides at their Tan ,
    : .If patrons, that his stay in Tallahassee Montieello, lllh Jsnusry;, '1840. 8t wi'l on the bnsincss of nr-d by RANDOLPH & LEWIS. Yard. BROWN & GALBRA1TH. Gold Le'..Anehar. Cyfc "1

    fill hot DO prolonged to a much laur pd and 2 LORS carry, both in this and MERCHANT the TAI _j.Jf.! _._25 Z6 Tallahassee! Jng.. iltb. 1833. 1-tf der and Virgo Watches; Rings as P.ItIII4f.0 ,
    p place eitv of New
    would advMKi tho%;wfto may Visit ( NOTICE. York. 'have been NOTICE. y T,Ruby, G am ate,, $<:.; Broath Dj1Mosaie ';
    |ake 10 fire, him no early call. Mr.C.orr.it ot lle fB'XHE 1 Co-Parlncrship, heretofore existing be. slant andfull Arrangements supply of Caaaimerw made for a con- DURING my absence from Fjorida, Barton C. Land for Sale. Cameo; Enamelled pain tings,fcc.JTilligree .: v-.

    same Uni, would take occasion tn'ezprets his neknowirdfenienli JL leen'J.. G. Williami and John Lloyd in ings, etc.and a assontnent. ( of Monticcllo- is my agent and aUor.ne THE sabsori her offers for sale] hi. tract of land Work,Ear B4 js and Pta; 8IlvetW1'f'
    Ready Made!
    (or the libcfal! !UPPIihtgICD him .Tatlatass! Exchange, is dissolved this day by tothing, and lu.e. now prepnred to /. JOHN. P. TUCKER. in the fork Micosakie Lake in tho such u Tea Seta Table and Desert Forks) tCu

    j>/ the citiun; of TaJi'aha se' and It. vidn ty; andwculd the mutual corsentof both parties.. The h. le. customers and the public, in .cco artide jan in 26 neighborhood of Cols-! Alston and Gaillard.Aad ?.,SUrer Plated Candle StJ Ju< Cakl, "

    twpkaaed to hVve them c.1 and examine hereafter will be transacted by'. G. 'VilHamivhoisautboriied !| called for.in their line. One of the any Mr. NOTICE. adjoining lands of Captain. Blackburn and ,IJsny. I Castors Tea Se&'Coffs*UfBa,and "S'

    fi. Gri t') receive all notes and accounts doe Wide/residiDg in New York will enable partne.them, A.LL-ahlffe who are indebtod to-the late firm of Doggett containing I ISO acres, principally piae levy Cans and Pistols Cat**,, Astral -. !...
    Cf.Ra.KI' '
    A M?, un.I the rstnbll'hment ainee the tHJi or last Worchj, and exeeoie all ord.rl promptly and on the most r t. Gamble k Reid.re earnestly r.-qae.ted. to land, intersp0ra with 1'arge hjokory,'the IOU is .f tie I dock PaneCfo d$,lBP.rt.< .

    nd f: 'UI 01' r qtpd at bit office from 9 pay all dtbt eonlratlcd ,by tho cud eonerrn since aonable terms. J. B. BULL, I come forward and clone their accounts Im I dark maJauo. 140 acres cleared now in a fiae All of>whici eyjiv4tthejpublieta .. .
    j Ii ., o.co'P M. 4 thai '. JOHN A. [LLOYD, i }IEtRYWAD JAMES B GAMBLE&edi.tell.CO. state for cultivation twoItttJemu. the' tract. cI aclu _:(. 1. :' : '

    1 .' TIUlht:4,t I 1': ,f Jan I SC-. If JO Tl'ILLMMR. .! T :aI.MeeN'f.! IT.ISNI u S jan 25 M Terms- will be i made easy to the parehjuer. ._" i ', aK l %

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