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: May 9, 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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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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WgEKCS would. refer lb. readinr : lie said, rtati ,ii ,expedient,sad of_.. .
voluntary) !Jeltell THE ottaAIielnrf bUma. u.p .
to IN .a publUbed FLO It IB I AN< tO .
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.. of OFFA-TS P4LLS. AND .-J .' 'r'' ., empowered 1 proeocvt stilts il their ova D..u
. pHgifx BPTERS.Tbose for all tmpasvM O the aid School Laid* h*

, who have perused the leter above refer "LAISSEZ NOUS .FAIRB." TowMhip, ud that all laws contrary t act
, that in every ease, they be, aDd the same are )hereby repealed.'

;. "el" .ior., no inconvenience o any tort .I .' 1 I '- Approved 2 March,1840.

aU.t uadf *". taking of the medicines, ordinary m QliBMKBIfc Sa -

hat--- tha_the n. ntltent._u___, without__n__ _foel'mr._.__. their.n. ..CtItt"o: .t1t'Aaami m.1'Q a9 __- Q.n_ ___Q._.d.__. lo&- Ac t Incorporate the

operation c is unirersallyleft in a'stronger and"ulrltaeofhe.lth MADISONThe [BY AUTHORITY.Late .] may.be aid m.ioti.c by any member j I(r That nuhlsjg: i i. this act conlamerf, shall-b'.- Cur or J.. ", .. 11.ra
than pote Sect.
was nperienccprnioult : 'I I. Be by the Governor and Le-
| I against .or damages by cU lrac a Jo,prevent the collection of arrearages .acle

great relief disease, an al in a few 3 IF, m It N of th Territory of Florida, patted fire or by, the casualties of the sea, if payment is. of txs -c and due under- the act of 1839. ralattv(ros'au*-Ccoscil'after the Territory orthhs of ford Tba .
- IUl lufennr. aiDe the 18th (humors! tlri jUTFee month. after the Compan1 Approved, P.
in twe orFKVH tetsion of the LegubztncCovncU.No. lrcbl8 bytuisn aprYa
"Ur cur 1 generally Itladison Springs has 0' are duly notified of such k>.>, 4alAI. or Florida IsebovU1d, i E
' three dal"In and all and the present proprietor casualty. No. 44.-An ACT to alter the time of holding the .l..e.a. body ,
the .
of of tr bl .
C affections It U every dnpin to say. able watering place, who is now filling theta up ina 42.-AN ACT to incorporate the ApalachicolaMutual Seel. 10. And bo it further enacted, That tIle Directors County Court Franklin County. of-Jacksonville," Pt11.r a hurch .

bilious I believe, the LIK Mewcrwcs are now superior style, will b able to accommodate ahonlSOU Company. shall, after receiving notice of any loss or Be it enacted, by the Governor and Legislative ble'and liable in ane to by that .ie, be capa .

.; ucbt iversally, a admitted to be the mOt speedy and persons, in a manner which he hop wi enli. Sect 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Leg damage by fire, or of any loss or damage occasioned Council of ibo Territory of Florida, That from and be and aaea bSde.4S4Snd sued, plead and
: lie him to the future of The Cn.neil of the after the of this tho times of impl.a4acdefeD t.bav., .
. rfcclual cure extant in all diseases of lhat class. patronage Territory of Florida, That by the accidents of Iho sea, sustained by any passage act,) holding P0 ad enjoy realand
old buildings are undergoing a thorough repair Charles S. Hurd member and the after the IhefCounty in Franklin'Countyshallbe on estate: .
The Lire Mr.rnciMu are also a most excellent Tom1nlou. Benjamin Benjamin ascertaining same, or CurL Provided, The shall at no time exceed tho
, riiefin affections of the Liver and Bowels, as has and new ones being put up-the roads leading to Ellison, Wod, Geo'ge F. Ballxell, John rendition of*ny judgment against said Company the second in May and November in eachami amount of lame thousand dollars. t
; proved in hundreds of cases where patients I the Springs will b made safe and pleasant forcariA.ew ) Gorrie,Hiram Nounc, Henry R.Taylor, Hiram W. for Ion or damage &aforesaid, settle and determine every year, and that all laws passed heretofore,' M further enacted for the

; II come and requested th their expe afnue. are opened, and various Broks William G. Porter, David G. Raeny, D. u. ttin__ IUml tn__ ha "aid by the__. .eyera member-- .. fixing- the time of holding.'tha lid Courts. U H., be and tsr SeL2 overmnenl. of laid _In __ __,_Ta.__..,. n__ I-kt.., f
foard --- .n
Y in might b published fur the improvements are in progress, which will add K Dodge Gabriel J. Floyd Gtorgo L. Middle. thereof, .their respective proportions of sueh they ire hereby repaled'P O. M. Dbrman, R..Blanchard

' rince of ollierv. tem their operation in such cases, I much to the cemlorts and amusements of visitors.. David D. Churhi, John Dill, E, 8. Ham 10s, and publish the same in such, m.nner.they Approved 2d 180. Eddy and G.'D. HarWn and thoyar. SLpbe
_ restore the tone ef the Stomach strengthen Arrangements have Seen made with Mr. II. N. ilton, and all persons who may hereafter as* IhaUlee fit, or as by the by-laws shall have beenprescribed Trustees)ier. hereby Church appointed of-

they the digestive organs, and invigorate the generalfactious to put a superior line of Coaches betweenAthena sociate with them, in the manner herein prescribed, : and the sum to bo paid by each member No. 45.-AN ACT for the relief of the legal representatives to hold their!Presbyterian ofiScee as hereinafter .
i of the whole body, and thus become lo and the Springs, so that with the present shall be a corporation by the name of "the Apala.chicola Ihal.lwaYI b in proportion to the original amount of Francio A. Ross, late Sher.ffof JackonYio. Trustees and

t both sexes,(for they are perfectly adapted to each) arrangement of the Georgia Rail Road, the time of ,! Mutual Insurance Company," for tho pur. deposit nol or notes, and shall be paid to Calhoun County. their successors.in office, shall.aroreail, they in law

I (n invaluable means of preventing disease and travelling from Augusta to the Springs will not pose of insuring their respective dwelling houses, the Treasurer within thirty days next after the Bo it enacted, by the Governor and Legis'ativoCiuncil and are hereby made capable, in the name power of"The, )
exceed 20 hour stores, shops and other buildings, household furniture of said noiicejand if( member shall
Ie fciloring health.i publication ; any of Florida, That the auditor of the Terri Trustees ef the Presbyberian Church of Jacksonville
I affections of the! head, whether accompanied They will be opened on the 1st of June, for the ,goods, warCI,merchandizo and other properly, for the space of thirty days after the publication of tory be and he is hereby to adjust on ," of buying, selling, accepting, and being in-
I, 1 pain and giddiness or marked by the griovOBI reception of visitors, and the following moderate against loss or damage, and their and each of their said notice, neglec or refuso to pay sum assessed pnaciplos of equity the reuir Francis A- vasteu with all manner of estate,real, personaland"
: mental in scalo of charges! observed-Board, by the month, ships,steamboats, and other vessels in transit,from his of loss
cilamnily of impaired energy; pnlpi- upon as proportion any Ross, late Iherif of Calhoun county, for apprehending mixed, al donations, gifts, grants, privileges -
Ulions of the heart, flatulence, loss of appetite and $c25, children. and servants, hDlprice.DANIEL loss or damage by fire, or other casualty; and by afornaid, in such case the Directors may sue for guarding certain pers"ns charged immunities whatsoever, ler.cie. belong -
ft' and the of disordered that name they and their successors hOve and recover Iho whole amount of the deposit note may
strength, multiplied symptoms may with offence against the criminal laws of the Ter. to said Church, or may hereafter trans. '
! digestion,THE LF MEDICINE will b found april 24. 2 UstJe Proprietor. perpetual succession, and shall have power to sue or notes, with costs of suit; and he amount thus ritory.Provided, The same not exceed two erred, or conveyed to them, or their b in
and be sued, and to defend and be dcfended, in all collected shall remain the of said .hal .uecrPf
:i possess the most salutary efficacy.Cotiklitulions NOTICE. e Treasury hundred and twenty-two being the amount i ofce. not exceeding fifty thousand to have -
I relaxed, weak, or decayed, in menor Court whether in law or equity, and by that Company, subject to the payment of such losses claimed in the account. hold tho same fur the use,
I women, are under Ihe immediate influence of THE Subscrber offer for sale the followin ar name may alto hive, purchase, possess, and enjoy, and expenses as have occurred may occur thereafter Approved 2d March, 1840. and behoof of the raid proper beneft

THE Irr MCDICIKKS, Old Coughs, Asthma and *, CAH- to them and tt their successors, lands, tenements, ; and the balance if alI remain, shall bo returned Jacksonville.Peel. Presbyterian

consumptive. habits, are soon relieved and speedily Cognac Brandy half pipes and qr. casks and her6ditatenl. good, chattels and effects, of to the party from whom it was collected 3. BJ it further enac d, That all the
Gin in bbls.
I cured. Poverty of blood, and emaciated limbs Holland in what nature and kind soever, necessary for the on demand after thirty days from the expiration cr No 4G.-Ax ACT to legalize the election for County white members of said Church, be 'deemnedqualified
$ will ere long meet the happiesl change; and the Whiskey purposes of this Corporation, and the same may cancillalion of his or her policy. officers in the County of Jackson. electors, at any and ..1 election
Lard in every
rich and balsamic kegs grant, demise, alien and of at for Sec. 1. Be il enacted, the Governor and Legislative ro
watery fluid will become Flour Molasses disos pleasure Sec. 1. And bo U further enacted, That when. by Trustees of said Church; and that the first election" *
e chil be covered with flesh, firm and the benefit said Company; and also have a Council of the of Florida .
. the limbs Corn, Haylanbaden o may ever l often as'il shall happen, that the whole enilory Tha Trustees shall bo held on the first Monday
-. ..sbly.. and Cod Fish in bbls common and alter and renew the same at amount of the ftld. o.( the said Company, and of time elections held in the County of Jackson, a Jluu118": ", and thereafter annuallyon the first ,
Nervou disordcis of every kind, and from what in pleasure: and also may make and establish such the sums due on the deposit notes held by it, shall Clerk, Sheriff, Surveyor aud Coroner, for said Monday January in each and every year;.un-
rer cause arising, fly before the effects of Tui 300 Doxl bbU. Lime.( qu.rtjar by-laws and regulations, a to them thall seem ne- be insufficient to pay the whole loss occasioned by County, on the second Monday in February be tho Trustees I"al. by their different

Lm MtDicists. and, all that train sinking, anxieties. McNAUGHT & ORMOND.Port cecessary and expedient, for the wel ordering and any f.re or marine disasters, the Directors shall deemed, held and considered an valid in law, I if day of shall by-hw.given fa somo

andlremours, which so dreadfully affect the Leon, March 20lh, 1840. r government ef said institution, put the same assess upon and demand from each member a fur- it had been held! on the first Monday in February, newspaper; the Trustees hereby appointed to bold
weak, the sedentary, and the deiioUfl, will, in a I, into execution : Provided, That they be not con her sum in proportion to his or her deposit note, a is required by virtue of an act to provide lor their officers until after Ihe'lhsi election, and eachsubicquent I

;' ;aorl lime.be succeeded by cheerfulness, and every Notice.THE trary to the organic law. of this Territory, or to and shall divide the whole amount of the said holding an election for Delegate to Congreu from I board in like manner tu hold until ,
4-" resigc of health. books and accounts of DANIEL DANIEL the, Constitution of the United States. funds, deposit note and assessment, among the this Territory, Members of the Legilltiv Council, their successor* bo chosen: Provided, if
, of nilural strength, WKAENY & HA WES, are in the hands of Sect. 2. And be and other officer approved I lima a any
For weakness, deficiency it further enacted, Thall all sufferers by Bucl fire or marine disaster, who have election should not b held according to
i id relaxation, of the vessels, by too frequent in. A. E. Harris, fur collection. All accounts will be persons who shall insure with the said corporation, been by said Company in proportion to Sect. 2. Bo it further enacted, That the acts law, this Charier shall not Ihcrcf.ire bv forfeited," '. i

t ulgcni of the pessinns, thi medicine i is a n. lu, put in Huit, if not settled immediately. I and also their heirs, executors, administrators and their losses, and the amounts by them respectively which may be done by the Clerk, Sherif.Surveyor but an election may and shall be held, at any other

certain, and invaluable! remedy. 2't'b2 30 FRANK IIAWF.S. I assigns, continuing to bo insured in said corpora insured, but n>i such assumed of a greater amount nil] Coroner, who may have elfcted on thu lime upon an appointment made by a majority of
Dd are languid and relaxed in t'icir' whole system. I A LI. those who arc indebted to the late firm of members thereof during the period they shall remain I members respectively insured, shall at any time be in law a if they had been elected a required by verliwd.Sect. .

nay take THE LIFE Mroicivrs with the happict.1rflccU c5L Jainblc: & Reid, are earnestly requested to insured by said Corporation, and no longer.Sec. .I. made for the loss or dairac occasioned by anyone the before recited act, and they shall be entitled/ to 4. B further enacted, That this Charter
aud removing to the Southern I fire and member who shall : thu same 'fees, privileges/ and powers, 03 they nould/ shall,at all hereafterbo
marine disaster
; persons conic -ward and close their accounts immediately., 3 And be it further enacted, That all the or ; any subject to alteration! ,
States or Wcrfl Indies cannot More a morn inipor.nt JAMES B GAMBLE & CO. afair property and concerns of the said corpora- pay the whole amount of his or her deposit note; hue been, had they been elected on the first Monday niodificulion or repeal by the Leg.slalure.

S article ofhesllh mid life. j jan 2,"> 20 be managed and conducted by thirteen and of any assessment then made, and surrender in February. Approved,2d; March, J840.
The following Cllri arc among the mOlt recent I Directors, who shall continue in office for one hiu or her policy of Insurance, shall be discharged; Approved 21) March, 1840. -

nrci effected, and gratefully acknowledged by the .John C. .Jacobi, yrr, and until others be chosen in their from all liability fir any loss or damage thai may

ernons IcncfiUf: Measurer, and Inspector of Lumber for th I places; all of whom ihal members of the lid occur after such payment and surrender, No. 47.-AwAcr for the relief of Joseph RESOL1TIONS.

I Case Jacob. C. Huni, New Windsor, Orange I Il I County of Leon, I cotporationshall take an oath of.ifficeand choose Sect. 12.And b it further enactcd.That no policy .Vhcrcas, during the year 1 JS, manp volunteer Hal U. .
N. Y -A lu-nor
suntv tdiole, of his creadlul and destroyed near his services to those who may please out of their body a President;all vacancies may Lolled shall be i;. by said Company until application were called into the Territorial service bv John H. Whereas, tho intercourse between West and I
j the relief from f.I,the HUSO of the jaw.Lire Exporinctd Medi.: I i OFFERS nppn him. Charges moderao. for the remainder of tho year by such person shall bo made for insurance to tho amount of Baton, then Governor of Florida; and whereas, Middle/ FloriJa, and the Counlies adjacent Iho

tines quick and in than three U"l nuntlis I I Tallahassee, March 14, 18 0. 33 or persons, a a majority of the Board of Director fifty thousand dollars at lea.t many .f said volunteers furnished their own arms; Choctawhatcbee river (which is emphatically t a
Jell was entirely may appoint; and I majority of the whole shall Sect 13. And be it further enacted, That the and whereas, the said volunteers were afterwards river sloughs and
Aured. (Case rrporte1, with wood engraving, in : Strayed, constitute a quorum for the transaction of business; operations and business of the Corporation shall be paid by the United States for the aforementionedservice intrrrupled and, at lagoons somo limes awamps,) is greatly off ,

.:' new pamphlet of TJio. .now 1'urccll in/,presI.senV.> ) 84 of \ FROM Walker' Mi., rbout the first of April, and that the said Charles S. Tomlin.on, Benj \rnin carried on and conducted at such place in ApaUchicola ; Whereas, Major John M. Lemore, then in the difficulties which exist in entirely said cut river by
with years age- Sorrel with a blaze in tho face, Hurd, Benjamin Ellison, Eli/ur/ Wood, George F. a shall be dcsignatedTby a majority of the command of tho said volunteers, when on leaving And whereas. it is believed that crossing the expenditure of;
afflicted in his
rn cured 18 years Jweling.i.1 Irg.- and 1 of a bay color, with a scar on his left cheekbone BaIuellJolinGorrieHiramlVoufsoHcnry I I i J R.Ta y lor. Directms present at any regu'ar' meeting. the bock-ho\, the Withlacoochie didhyirtu; a few thousand dollars by the General Government .
I entirely by taking pills 3 weeks.Cuise and was about 5 years old. A liberal reward Hiram W. Brooks, William G. Porter, David G. Sect. 14. A nil be it further enacted, Thai at every of authority, cause Joseph Hall, a private in in said river 4
of Joan Daullon,Aberdeen,Ohio rhcinnaliim establishing a classing pUce on ,
fire cured has-used will he given for the delivery of ons or both of Raeny, D K Dodge, Gabrie J. Floyd, George L'Middlebrook annual meeting of the said Company the Directors Captain Bell's company of Hamilton volunteers/ at some point at or near Brigbl'a old ferry, that

ife Medicines jeii.for is Worms entirely in children- and found the them, at Walker' Millsor at Capt John Myrick's, Da"id Churchil John Dill, E. S. forthe time being,shall make anJfexhibita) full and Acre to leave his rite, worth thirty dollars, for the may be found most practicable, and opening a road a
Tallahassee. E. C. WALKER. Hamilton, .hal be the of said Cor- trio statement of thc affairs and business of the I better defence of block-house, which rifle-gun from said point via Alagua to Almirante, to intersect
.bom remedy.
Cue a of sovereign Lewis A iitin-prrjodjral sict'lieadaohc ICE! ICE- --ICE- petition; Board Directors thai! hereafter said Crmpan f,r the preceding year, for the general the said Joseph Hal .never since got, nor received the road from BlackwaUr. would remove the.
be eected} in each year, at such time and place in s.'ifactiol' of the members of said Company. pay for same; inconvenience and

-lwiyi> from it.relieved by a. small! do -now ci.tirtlyM I THE Tallahassee house for the Ice delivery Company of Ice have, undei opened the ApaUchicola/ in the County of Franklin, as the feet. 15. And be it further enacted That this Be it enacted, by the Governor and Legislative Be it Ihcrefore Resolved grievance, ;by the Governor and
said in their shall Council ef the of
Corporation by-laws of Territory Florida Thai
Cue of A don Ames-cured of a moil inveterate superintendence of Mr Bocllger. Tickets can bo appoint, act shall continue in force twenty years, subject to Ihe Go Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida,
which election public notico shall be given in al altered amended modified vernor of Florida be and he is hereby ant'iorjzej' !
id and he or repealed by the Charles in Congress
cbJlilal dyspepsia debility. I had at the fore of J B Bull. That Downing, Esq. our Delegate
least of the and tu have the
genera one public in said required said J
Cue ofAdali Adam, The l will be opened at day light each newlpaPr. Leginlativo Council, a any time hereafter when in Joseph lal'4 account be and he it hereby.earnestly requested to _,
I. least two of dollars audited
thirty and I
jT >m, gravel Tver affection, and general nervous remain open three hours only. County a ; preceding their opinion the public good nny require it. paid, by press upon Congress the expediency and propriety ,
morning election which election addition
such be if act in to tho
; an laws
% ( Jid been confined .hal undrr Sect. 16. And be il faiiher enactedThat nothingin military now in the of twelve
appropriating thousand dol-
iu raised and sum
seven I Irombsrbcdby
> ,- The blocks of Ice are large and fine, bya
yearn a very the of three and that bo
inspection not directors force the same ,
takingoiieboxofihisand botlle time.JerlOII being this act contained, shall be so construed lo ; charged by the auditor lars for the aforesaid.
a j little care can Le kept for along 0 parpo.e
to be appomtod previous to every election by authorize the herein to count for the defence of tho frontier. II
bitter*-a most extraordinary cure-she is nowa Ier | in the country and adjoining counties, the Board Directors; and shall be made by balloland Corporation and hereby crea-. Approved, March 2d, 1640. Be it furlher Resolved, That a copy of the foregoing
ted the
healthy and robunt "o&uan-atksted by her who take a quantity, can be supplied at all times. by a msjority of the votes of the members, or I to therewith carry on and bUli'ICB such of banking Q connected -. preamble and resolution be signed by the "
lid Sliubel Adams. April 18, 1040 THE DIRECTORS.FOn I their then each powers are hereby cxirensly proper officers of both I forthwith transmitted .
proxies allowing to loaland
..h 'e of Mr*. Badger,.wife .f Joseph Dodger-j j SALE, ,I ono vote for every present hundred dollars insured member in- thereof.( declared to be contrary- to the piovisions No. 43.-AN ACT to authori.e the Jud/e of iha to the Iclorlbl Clalles Downing, our -
similar arove-res nil the I I County Court of Alachua County to appoint; a Delegate! in
sll. aid (
Is of Susan Goodaran', a )young unmarried: 1 ; ; ; Two New and commodiout ", i Company.Sec. Approved March, 1840.No. Commissioner 10 make sales of Town Lots in Approved 20th Feb.! 1840.
3 snbjccl tl II health/ several yeanourse --a p II I : 4. And be it further enacted, That the the Town of Ncwnansville. and execute and deliver .
of llio Medicines entirely icslorcd DUng House.,_ : Board of Directors may appoint a Secretary and 43.-Ax Ac to suspend the operation of tb.o lilies for Iho same to purchasers.Sec. No. 2. _

;d; now hale and healthy. eroded bv MCSSM AD' B 0 Week, I such other officers and agents as may be requisite revenue laws for the year 1840 end to provide 1. Be it enacted, by the Governor and Legislative Whereat, Christopher II. Edwards, of Madison s

3 -of Miss Thomas, daughter of Ei: Thomas JUST finished ;In the most appmved modern i f,'r effecting the business of said Corporation, and for the settlement oral arrears due to and from / Council of the Territory of Florida, That County, in this Territory did, (un.Jer an act of the

$uc and symptoms' of consumption__.cured in *yle of archi ecture, and situated in a high and allow them such compensation m they may deem time Territorial1'relury. the Judge of time County Court of Alachaa County Legislative Council, parsed at the th-
qn .vecks. Her notcr cured of a severe attack of healthy part of the city, opposite the residence of reasonable, and .Ist determine tho rates of insurance 'ect. 1, Be it enacted by the Governnr and Leg. be aulhorised and empowered a soon alter the year 1837, authorising the taking .ession4 .)

ig? imatory rheumatism in OF WF. K. Ja'oez B. Bull. The frames are of good Southern the sum to be insured, and the sum to be deposited islative Council of tho Territory of Florida, That passage of this law B may be convenient, to appoint actually take tile census of the inhabitant*cena.said

r' II ofS. Coltin-cured of a severe attack of pine, and the whole maleriil and work of the most for any inlur nce. from and after the passage of this act, the revenue* a Commissioner, whoso duty it shall ba to County, but which census [although afterwards

Iet fever in l lew Gays by the Life Medicines. substantial character. Sec. 5. And be it further enacted. That all policies laws of this Territory shall bo suspended far as sell the unsold Town LoU in the Town of New. returnsd] was not returned in the lime prescribed

t Cane of Harriet Twojfood, Sauna, N. Y.-walln The property will bo sold cheap, and the terms or contracts founded thereon.i which shall be they may authorize astes&menl of :Territorial naRsville aforesaid, end to make and deliver to by law,fur which cause, his just demands for said

pit rer] low state ,health a year and a hall-did will be liberal. Apply to I made or entered into by the said Company, may be revenue for the present year and no further; Provided purchasers good and sufficient titles for the same. service* has nol been aud.led and paid; for remedy
t xpect to recover.li. T. is now able to April 18, It4O. tf A B & B 0 WEEKS. made either under or without the seal thereof, and That the operation of this act shall not be Sect 2. Be it further enacted That before such whereof

: alk about and I rapidly recuvering b>>lh health hall be subscribed by the President, and attested conxtruod to extend to the tax on auction sales, Commissioner Ihal proceed to sell any of lid Lots, Be il Resolved, by the Governor and Legislative

d.trenglh. ENGINEERING. >y the Secretary, and being so subscribed and at. retailers of spirituous liquors, keepers of billiard he shall"! give; with two or more sufficient securities Council of the Territory of Florida, That the auditor
Clio of Benjamin' J. 1'uckcr-cvere case of 'I"IE subscribers respectfully acquaint the citi- ested, shall be binding arid obligatory upon the tables exhibitors of public shows, and pedlars, or to to be approved by the Judge of said of the Territory of Florida do allow and pass
ever and Ague-cured in a very abort PACC of of TnllaLai-scc, their frirnds and the said Company; and the Company I liable forD prohibit the assessment and collection of county County Court, in the penal sum of three thousand the claim of said Edwards, Sheriff( said County,

!e. Direction followed( : i-lricl:v. public generally, that. theJ have associated themselves loss or damage sustained by Ihalle or lthrr casualty taxes; Provided said tax dues not exceed the county -I dollars, for the faithful porfo mance of his duties as for taking the cans,, under the above named act-
(f1 ., of Amos 1niAfec.tiu,;.of that. Liver- copartnership, fur the purpose of CIVIL agreeably to, and on such terms fre and conditions and Territorial lax paid under the acts in force, said Commissioner; payable to the County Treasurer at the rate ot! five cents fir each inhabitant, accord

4 4 :rywg dfc"r'. remedies in vaii for 1 long ENGINEKRI.NO ; and, accordingly. solicit a share of as shall be contained in the Policy. : (on the subject of Territorial and County taxes,) of sid County. ing to the return made by said Sheriff.
1e wu i cured by the Life Medicines without their patronage, in the making. conducting level- prior 10 the 1 lot March, 183J. Sect. 3. Be it further enacted. That be" Approved 3d March, 1840.
ble. inland improving of alt kinds of roads, bridges, Sec. 6. And be it further enacted Tha every Sect. 2 Be it fur her eR8cted,That all keepers of the duty of said Commissioner to pay i thal thesaid

I Extraordinary: case of Lvmsn Pratt, who was aqueducts, embankments, &c., and in the humbler person who shall become a member of! Corporation billiard tables, or retailers of spirituous liquors County Treasurer all moneys by him No. 3.
V'tlfd' with Phlliuic 20 ye'arii-affected a perfect branches of this vast science, such a the survey by effecting insurance therein, shall before shall obtain from the Clerks of the respective for or on account of any such sale.receivcC Resolved, by the Governor and Legislative

- [ 'win 24 hours by the UNe of the Life Medicines I ing of land, plotting planning and estimating millraces he receives his policy, deposit his promissory note' County Courts, yearly licenses, upon the payment Sect. 4. Be it further enacted, That no title shall Council of tho Territory of Florida! That iho Del-

I mouiands of persons .,Iicf l in like mannerR. : and citche canal, &c., on scientific and for such a sum of money a shall be determinedby I to the Clerk of the amount of ths Territorial tax be made to any purchaser of any Lot by said Commissioner gate in Congress, be requested to obtain the passage
by a judicious us e Oa1orrA's LIrE PU.L practical: principles. the Directors, and that a.part not exceeding five prescribed by this act, which said amount rhall be until the whole amount of the purchase of an act of Congress, organizing an armed
"> I'H1 BiTTtas LLOYD & IRWIN. per cent of said note shall be immediately paid, the said Clerk to the Treasurer force for the
to the enjoy- paid over by County money for the same, and interest accrued thereon, defence of the people,and prusecalieafthe
'tof ail the comfits of life. The Bitter. -reIn Tallahassee. april II, 1040 37 and the remainder of said deposit note .hal be and, with the tax upon pedlars and exhibitors fully paid to said Commissioner.Sect. war in Florida, based on. and conformable
to the taste and sm.ll, gently astrmge the ---- I payable in part or in wholo, at any lima the of shows, shall bo appropriated to County h.1 b. 5. Bo it further enadeJ, Thst il shall be to, this views contained in the message of the Governor
Dr. A. W. SCALES, Directors shall deem the same requisitefor the :
rei ri"e lomacliBnd and if shall either keep a billiard dated 27th 1840
gil'e thai I uses; any person February that said
rT! a COM dig.-i.tion' requires. As proper nothing U-nsily can F ROM North Caroline, presents himself the payment of losses by fire or other casualties, and table/ or retail spirituous liquors, or exhibit any the duty of lilCmmisionern! every Case where law be urged with all practicable despatch.
present a receipt certificate
Artier adapted to help and nourish Ihs constilu- patronage of the inhabit.nL of Tallahassee such incidental expenses as shall b necessary for I show or attempt to tell any gods wares or merchandize any person .hal Lot the or of Resolved, That the attention of the President of
and its in the practice uf the various the of said Company and I payment any signed by person hereto
I w there I nothing m:,re generally acknow. vicinity, transacting bu.ine. ; at .a pedlar, without first obtainirg such the United Stales, ani of the Secretary ofWar.be
authorized to receive such
ed lo branches of the profession. A regular the of the term of Insurance, noteor fore payment and give
be peculiarly efficacious in all inward graduation expiration .Id 'license, he shall be subjccl bo indicted and tiled respectfully called to the suggestions and plan
to make and
%iig,lois of a'lnl the experience of twelve years' practice, are such part of the same as shall remain unpaid, and conviction bo such certifcato. deliver tusuch persona
appetite,indigcblion, depression ol for a misdemeanor, upon subject title for the in said message, and that this Council, in
/ Uerabhny or shaking the) hands and limbs his recommendations to confidence. Persons requiring after deducting all losses and expenses occuiring 'I to be fired and imprisoned, the fine not to exceed good certificate shall same, and such behalf the people of Florida, earnestly invoke
te ( surgical asi.lance. and those lutferinj under during said term, shall be relinquished and givenup and the receipt or b delivered to the said
$ CoUghs' shortness of breath, or : five hundred dollars, imprisonment not to Treasurer. their aid in calling the attention Congress to the
htbjts. conump. chronic and protracted dieal, would do well lo the maker thereof; and it shall he I lawful for I exceed three months. Counry subject.
; JJ to test Corporation 10ln an case the
Medicines possess wonderful efficacy Sec. 3. Do it further enacted, That the keepers Approved 2J March, 1840.
a wfout disorders fiu headaches .ICf Office on Pensacola Street, No. 3i, Base- ey on hand an may not be immediately wanted for billiard table for public shall death, removal or resignation of any Commissioner
of annually
Leai551 Brick Building, Adelphi House, for- said to be secured every pay it shall be the of the Commissioner
and lowness of *pirils, dimness f mcnt Story the purpoe of Corporation by 1 fifty dollars; every retailer of spirituous liquor duty so ro No. 4. .
I eonfuMd < merly City Hotel. or mortgages, on Real moved, or resigned, or the legal representatives of
mortgage the
t thoughts, wandering of the mind, pay twenty-five dollars annuilly for his Resolved.by Governor and Legislative Council
i and april 4. Estate of double the value of the sum loaned.' Ihal any deceased Commissioner, to deliver to his maccessor tho of Florid
melancholy and all kinds of hysteric 1803 ; every exhibitor of a public shew Ih.IIay of Territory a.That the Commissioner
KUttri5ridu'llJr 1 ? removed by their. use. Lumber Hay and Brick for sale, Sect. 7. And bo it further enacted That when ten dollars day, for each day ha .hal ehibil or unti. I successor all be appointed, to the of the Tallahassee Fund bo authorised to
l. .lo.mch, flatulencies, or oh.truc- Otfn- feet Pine Boards any properly insured by the said Corporation shall or show, pr each pedlar shall pay same lax County Treasurer debt notes, bonds, and other evidences carry into effect the objects of the petition of It. A.
hey are safe and powerfu!, and as a purifier; f'U'*qoo 15,000do clear do do be alienated by sale or otherwise, the policy of such in each County where be shall sell his good, ef received sold by himfor or on account of Shine, presented to the House of Representatives,

t Wood, they have not their equal in the 15,000 do. and Joist, suitable for insurance may be surrendered to the Direclors of wares and merchandize, as is now provided for by any Llor: Lots by him. on Friday, the 2Ul instant.

HOUPO Frames. said Company to b canceled,.and upon such surrender -. law. Sect. 7. Be il further enacted. That all notes, Approved 2J March, 1840.
'SIJK*!na! ?I p.tlcular of the above medicines 6 tons good IMY the insured Jhal to receive his! Sect. 4. Be it further enacted, Tnat it shall be bonds and other evidences of debt, given by the

".J.ir00d Samaritan". a copy cf which, 2,000 Northern Bricks, which "'ibe sold cheap) deposit note or notes, upon the payment ef his the duty of tho respective! Cleiks of the 'County purchaser of any Lot or Lots, shall b mado payable No.6. 4
.'liiMp4 iTik JEr ICIM' a cops can always' be cash. A. B. 4B.. WEEKS.Mar proportion of alo.rl/ and expenses that have Curl, upon application made to them for licenses to the Commissioner and his successor in office Whereas, many citizens of Florida, have settled

'"*:: ffererit Agents who have the 14 __ 3LGottenlofer accrued prior er; but the grantee or I billiard table for pubic! use, or lo retail for the use Alachua County and suit may on, and i in some eases purchased from the United
tlarh IWsiJe/ Davies alienee having the policy assigned to him may have 'liriLuo'lquors, to require of the be brought by any Commissioner Ol the same, for States, lands which were afterwards by decrees of
H ,German, and Spanish directions can be COMMISSION MERCHANT a SlEW the .am8 ratified and confirmed lo him for his own elter ., with two good applicantl1&Lthey tho recovery of the sum of money there secured to the Courts of ihe United Stales, awarded lo sundry
Mssu tl phcat.on at the oLlice,375 Broadway. ORLEANS. iroper use and benefit, upor. application lo the Directors securities, in which the parties shall be bound to bo paid; and said Commissioner is hereby also ouIhorizcd claimants of large tracts of country, and the Mid

jT-'pua Idlers wIl receive immediate aU REFERENCES. and with their consent, within! thirty days the Goernr of the Territory of Florida-Ihe ap- to bring suit for the um! of said County, citizens were assured in many cases by toe oficora
'* & next after such alienation, on giving proper security jlic.\nl in the penal sum of one hundred dollarsand al.iol any and every person who,_as Com mis. of iho United Slate, that those large claims or
% sad sold by WILLIAM B. MOFFAT, I Melr.Kerr Bellen& Fisher,, the satisfaction of said Directors, for such each of ihe securities in tho torn of fifty dollars heretofore appointed has sold any of aid granti would not be confirmed, andjhalUie settlers
Siday, 1ew Yort. A liberal deduction : Kirktey Tallahassee. portion t of the dcposil or premium note or notes as conditioned for the keeping and maintainingan Town Lois, aud not accounted for the proceeds thereon would be entitled to thSienefii of the

A who P.nrch" to tell again. Messrs. Co. shall remain unpaid; and by such ratification and orderly and peaceable house: for which service, thereof; and also against any and every person who i iI Pre-emption Laws, in consequence of which asiurancca -
GEN1BTlie Life Alolyneux, Witherby, 4 Lherpl or alienees be en- entitled receive has previously to the passages of this acl, settlers made extensive improvements
Medicines confirmation, such grantees .bal the said Clerks shall! bo to many
be had I purchased
: ,
tbe easy all March 23. 1840. __,_.L_._ ___L frOD .
: 3 u. afterwards confirmed
f r--.vipti r vriiggisi In every town' filled to all the fghL ana privileges, miuue.uuicct each applicant for license, the sum ol Live any Lot or Lois, and failed to pay for the sme. on land*, wich were M.- ,
t th Uuie Stales and the Canada. Lost Notice. to al the liabilities to which tho original party for his fees, in lieu of all other charges. Sect. 8. Be it further enacted, That the Jud.rn I aforesaid to large grantee', and which they bar*

pare ) e Pill and Pbenix ittfi; and ALL persons, indebted to the Estate of T. M' to the policy issued was entitlod and sub Sec. 5. Belt furthorcnactedThat the auditor of of the County Court of said Couniy.hal audit the been compelled to abandon; and according lo the

tta fa| John Moffat's signature deceased, are required to come forward the Territory' bo authorized at his discretion to accounts of said Cormilioner. receive regulations of the Land Office, they are prevented

te lbl or each botlle of Billers or box of and settle without further delay, and al to whom jected.Sect. 8. And bo it further enacted, Th.t every employ Council other than Ihe Di.tric Attorney, in full compensation for his services .bal en per cent from locating their Pre-emptions- elsewhere- on vacant -
th. Estate is indebted will hand in claims for land
? of thai of the amount of the purchase ;
h155 of said shall be to pay to enforce the collection any arrears may money received and
'luioe! Medicines; adjustment or they will bo barred.A member Company him. Be it Resolved, by the Governor and
are for sale by losses, and such expenses as aforesaid be due to the Territory, and to enforce against collecte I by Legislative
&I RANDOLPH & LEWIS, M ALEXANpER.admr. fur accruing in and to said necessary Company in proportion to public d.f."Uerllhe pains and penalties prescribed Sect. 9. B it further enacted That all sales of Council of the Territory Florida, That the Del-

.-18 Tallahassee. ELIZABETHMcCARTY, admx. amount of his deposit note or notes; and all by /law. Lots made said Commissioner according la this agate in Congress bo requested to procure the passage
t.I""I SI Marks,.pril 16, 1840 3f the buildings insured by said Compeny together with Sect. 6. Be it farther enacted. That it shall be act, shall be dono at public auction., giving always of a law giving to all such settlers a n&htt .

C. rOVlllonllDd Groeere. I NOTICE.RECEIVED the right, title and interest of the assured to the the duly of each of time Judges of the Superior 30 days notico. Pre-emption elsawhera on the public lands in this

I t .prl] I nre frh I by ship Gen. Parkhill, from Liv lands on which they stand, Ih.l be and they arehereby Courts, at each term of their respective Courts, to Approved, 2d March, 1840. Territory, un such terms as may be deemed just
rt, o PrY ion and Groceries from to said Company; and the said give specially in chargo lo the grand juries this and equitable and that a copy of this preamble and
sale the pledged
L schooner T. 11. Betton, which Sublribf in ihc ialuro also the entitled "an act in relation resolution be forwarded to the President of theSenate
..o", oi r fotmer Liverpool Ground Alum Company shall have a lien thereon, act, and ae to No. 49.-AN ACT in relation lo the Trustees of, '
of tha United Stales the
Speaker the
and the to
cuaomef pub. ,to the amount of the deposit note : defaulters, approved March 4th, 183 Leon Academy.
l sc&Ilhw, for Irish Potatoes in hampers a mortgage public I House of and to the
: ;A "** Bank Notes London Porter in quart bottles which shall continue during his policy, and commerce Sect.7.' Be it further enacted, That in all cases Sec. 1. Be it enacted, by. ol' Iron Territory.
NAtiB0" sleto cut and whenever the said Company shall file with, where default bas been mado by of the Florida That'
ct Pale Ale in do. I any renveuo Territory :
whcb they wi* .n i low, for 1n the book of mortgages kept by shall be the of Uio Treasurer Counei Approved Sd March, 1840.
.. An assortment of Stilton, Dolphin Brick and entered officer, it duty sixty the the Territory be, and he is hereby
:.-.-* 11 Ba loa. Pine Apple Cheese. the Clerk- of, the County where the property is day. after such default made, to issue his warrant authorized, on demand tu pay out to the Trustee No.. 6.
: ( s1d FUIITRE McNAUGHT *. ORMOND. situate, a memorandum of the name of the individual in the nature of an execution. againl the defaulter, of Leon Academy, the moneys now in his hands, I .
tk Whereat the late Colon! Levin
'eh rt l Ceased low to t&k Port Leon. April 83, 1840. 3L 89 insured, a description of the proprt1. the and the securities on his bond, the full amount arising from the rents of the School Lands 'lying Ini.bii Brow, of
II- prc. amount of the deposit nole or notes, & term of the revenue due the Territory-the warrant to within the Township wherein the city of Tallahassee Jackson County, Territory, by & long eerie

STORAGE. for which maid policy shall contInue: b served by t..Sheriff or Coroner of.the County ie situated, to assist said Trnsleee in build- of patriotic actions, onremiUed sea!,aod ataadycoaragelid
I'ott.v mHE having leased. one of the enacted. That at which the U made. render iraportaal eervicea to the people
.v or uDelp.ct S.ct.9.And.be further wit deflh log an Academy. '
4 mmo Bat HOTEL 1: Wu..BO\1 a.. Wharf Utety erected by ia equity mal Lid by aid Bet.;8. Be enacted. That all laws that Sect. !. Bo it farther enacted. That the Trusties ofWestFlorida.froUfclbf their Bvea and propertj
.J u. .. J.' & N Iamlin, solicit a share of law or way b Crp be and Inverted from the ravagea of atoertilfta'and suapho.;,
at1.1 iR8' *T pat- ration against any of i\ltbf for. & come within the purview ortJtat conflict of said Leon Academy they are hereby and u 'these servieee entlned for .
'tUloupi. afre Ihe +., said any thereiion .with the provisions :: same with the the Schol Lands In wen many
r. of deposiU o h.na aete maaaraDt.t cf vhkh*iU .
pfl I. D. yesrithsveeoUeehInn pr.sxsuhi.memory
Receiving A FonrATdlnjrBnsmec* relating to hereby repealed and said Township, and empowered .
1 are
or ( syetbir be. .hll.la r.r reoamhraa feJ-
on, c la
P'J. grateful am.aghls
!. ; up. TAfT A- LEADER ofpij4 corporation o : alsq suits aTaw or I fli1 from aid after the 6rlday o May aut frYi.e I to "DUbom.aUor. terws.tlvsieizs. or ,

r.\OEI". 01-' PerFtwn, 15Ui April, 1840. 1 I .

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.. twice by the banks,"in the -Americans. If appears" ttonhey were' tU -A.R.nfH: : '4
"$ ts Wt 'ti &:: bat I S Prom 4Au&OIta Cuu&1tatioD.r<. of spcie payment TU S ., f
Iwr ekbcn tad u IbeIe .I 5e-u i t1SO "lJar* when their; .

bV< 'th""u1enec1..it not' r*fefen 4, by the! very unespect ;Jrj'lpb: of tThers'd. *- We eIInYlnt: too often caD the sitentioalofthe .:r abort penod of: "two yean; has put element an end{to ofcaprice. &e say elyc.trahisti ga.esil I men 'W' &-'I.H rt r n", '
r confidence. roost important .
e1.uns&n.bardabips.sOrtdb&detcndg: the ministration, foi)i tigripoct, sangs&iB of their people -of Georgia to the inevitable con.soquee thenecessary their side. It appeaithe fugitives have T \
people! as a commanding officer in'Ih* present wtr, 4id nbt intidipatc a.grtsjsr maJ40 of the election of General Harrison ; A boarding specie has been O o.'Lnu.o .
4 fcrd it. .fatting been &ejweiente4 to tbu flouter that supporters ;.> is that the result\ and to such an extent has been received with open rnrna by teTe is BaW. ..t..
;; than 25 most. The circumstance is. to iho 'Presidency, which .
... the MUleowntof ity at regarded The are given by 7 : : ; 'ma
difficulties ban ari. ,concerning carried that in one State alone, following particulars I. t R t the
of the this been
his tecoanU with the Department et. Wtthlng- as decisive of the stability of the new whole of the executive department i'T. A. Stevens, who reached Galveston last 1 by '. ,>
I ton, owing the loss of pape.*, or other Mcidenlt, ministry, and produced a favorable"effect"on Federal Government will be in the hands of and that "the State of Pennsylvania, a. is a mistake that ming, b published
week from the
cultivation ad in
I in cooequeae uf which his bereaved family \ia now the French funds. men opposed in principle to the vital interestsof mount of hard money held back Victor 1 has, alTallahasse dt g
suffering inconvenience and venom deprivation individuals, has been estimated! bya any portion Fe army red p and the
gnat be by t .
Advices were received: at Paris on Wed. the South By whom now.support. There Isa, 'I )l
tr:' I Be* It. Rwolved therefore bj tko% Senate mdI1pieorReprc.nttivea nescl.,.. confirming- news of a declanu ed, and by whom is be opposed 1 1 He is sup. Whig journal of Philadelphia, at. fifteen scouting or gone party t yetotatheItoGran'1i: and two Tert.. Stc' .K.BBMfli

of the tegutalive Council lion of war by the Emperor Morocco against ported by the distinguished members of million dollars. their return on H..I:1tE "

of the Territory of Florida, That oar Delegate France. It was supposed that the Bey the Federal party,Mr.\ Web\ter at their bead, I Is a cure wanted for these evils? Ten : small detachment are awaiting of the ,Fed. ,.
all the balance i in
; be inilruoled to the banks and let the the Neuces river, T Jury and for
t Washington hereby urge made the wind the broken o
'. would and who has in letter
: of Tunis unite with the Emperor recently a up t
paytnenlof the claicM of the aW Levin very I I This will restoreconfidence eral from the eastern of Mexicoare LoD, .to theIr adjourn -
g- the Emir Abdel Kader endeavor drive declaration that his of Gen. Harrison resume specie army p
Uro"n,either before Congress or at the proper Department to to support payent.circulation the hard now in and near V We i consdeto th Call made .
,aa may be mOlt effective (or the iiomedi- the "infidels" out of Africa. It was like. was made on a coincidence: of principles.He ad dinner given unce.! on t'
stand handsome was adopted at C
relu iol
*lo relief of the family of tho.deceMcd. wise rumored that Admiral Rosamel wouldbe is supported by all the Northern Whigs,I money that is horded.-Globe.From a by thecitbens of Cot of April last, aud fully eatni o t

Approved 2d March 1840.s sent with a squadron. to bombard Tan- who,as a party, ore decidedly hostile to the I \ (the Fayetteville North-Carolinan.] Feerlit. Plnmmef._ ____ ar Victor made in them it cc.i...
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Thus, the war in Africa is to com Soutband'to the political principles cherishedin PROOF. ve u cneW
fro"tAt.New York 3tm. READ THIS-MORE about since from with orders I impolitic to demand specie
in earnest. The Arab tribes friendlyto \ the South. If he is elected, to the distin. 10-days i the P
FIVE DAYS LATER THE FALSE CRY OF FORGERY to raise men in that country Tor the protection I debts, until the situation
France to be supplied with foodclolhes, guished members of the Federal party, to the tb to, n f.i
;, Defeat of the British Jfmtrfers IH- PLETELY. of the frontier. Our informant also I warrant such demand-and

ump of the new French Cabinet-Affairs and arms, at the expense of the French gov I Whigs and to the Abolitionists, will reasonable he be in. I We entreat every honest man who loves his brought on orders into Brazoria county,. ad. I forbearance on the part of creditor we ;rel
dcbtcd for his election. And
in the East-Money and Cotton Markets. crnment. such 'I country ; every independent farmer and to Captain Gill, to raise 20 men in !I On motion, Ordered, That the'iW
The hip United States, Captain :.to suppose, after being elected by wen, mechanic, to the following remarkable cor. himself with the ,"
packct. published
I to
: report
4. : From thc Gohe that he will in the administration of pible'I 1 newspaper
Britton, arrived to-day from Liverpool, from : CONDITION OF THE BANKS. employ, had been respondents and particularly the humilatingletter hase count. ready for duty. lahossee. : pr.a
the Government opposedto
which port she sailed on the 1st instant. We The report made-last week by the Secretary his election and, men who.who in favor of political from Harrison's "confidential commit. men are to b mounte.V 0 may infer from .I TCKBCTT R. BETTOX
have received by her, London to the tee." l letter correspondents particularlywith ;are I FOr&
I papers of the Treasury on the condition of the those he entertains Te these movement preparations ming. on, Seretar L P.
principles opposite to
3 1st ult., and Liverpool) to and iucluding the one so ,vociferously and indignantly defence of the frontier.
banks throughout the Union, contains much himself lie will call around him for a vigorous I my Duvl, C. ?
day of tailing. I valuable information. From it, we extract I his political friends, and the tone of his ad. pronounced a "Forger" with the exception Federalists are still in good spirits, and determined -I Lingo, J. L: DerniHy,Wils Henry JS T
The Q'Ieen's Ministers were defeated on II of not having the signature of the notorious recruit and in readinessto R. A. Shine
I .
the following comparative view of their con ministration will accord with the I to again, b I Billing; i2
necessarily ,. ,
tic 26th Murch in the House of Commons, \Vriht.Vhat a disgusting, disgraceful ,
meet their once more. Carlton James P.
; dition, according to returns nearest to January1st of those friends. Under such circumstances I enemy I ) W_
t by a majority of 10, in au attempt to throw 1839, and January 1st 1840: principles what in the South spectacle of party management Will a free From the Chilian. I Canada Rouse, Trot !

: out Lord Stanley's bill for a reform of the can we 1 expect The and enlightened people countenance such Our government sustains General Hunt on I erick Towlc, Henry Borb.

Irish system of registration. The Tories 1839 1840 from an administration thus'composed conduct 1Vin they vote for a man to b the in relation to the line between Bowling D. Mills Wi
No.ofbank3frtliI 'hichrcluri'k with Mr. Webster and Mr. Clay question I.
u Whigs, sup.
regarded it as a signal triumph, and although hate, been the President of our glorious Republicwho Texas and the United States, the U. S. commissioner I -- -

the Ministers doCI not consider themselves received 66! 661. port Gen. Harruon, because, if elected exerted, the for requires the nursings and watchings ofa contending that the whole nf Sabine To th Editor of the Florida Jicrai

called upon by the occurrence to resign, yet .'\u. of brandies do. dl). 173 139 influence of the executive the will bo committee Aerer. It cannot be. Lake is within his country, and Gen. Hunt I SIR : I receive your note in

it is daily becoming morc evident that they No of banks, the IltfJil'8 the immediate: adoption of protective system contending that the line should divide the lake state that name of the a whi Jo
w'e in the
ot WIILI have; bcrnrelinulcd by a high tariff. Are prepared toror "
will eventually be driven to that alternative fur vvail of abandonment of WADESBOROUGII, Apnl20 1840.- in the centre. It is to be l hoped, however, S has been demanded yon ,
for opposition
South our
Tlucrs, the new Premier of France, has i n'lum", Clj Ito such', an ? The whole influence of:: .fr. Holmet:-Sir enclosed we send "you that Brother Jonathan will have sufficient lution of a meeting held at the court f-

played a bold' game, and come off with flying I j No. of lirAnchci d<>. dlt 40) I a system will also be exerted favor ofa for publication in the "Norh Carolinian, a shrewdness to back out before our young :, Tuesday I.s. I cantend ,ht therewu,
the executive m
colors. Tl>o debate on the secret service The whole\ Lumber of I letter which wo received from Gen. 1.'s Hercules of nation finds it necessary to thing in that article (to any I
bill him the 24lh March. j' lank\ .. at.il! Lr,,ntlirs Inflter.1i'.I. national bank, and an extended national "Confidential .Committee," in reply to one ., that could tZj
was opened by ni; drub him into conviction of error. nothing applied to
a b any
., n 10 901 I of internal improvements. Can we hi id
and closed on the 27th. It was a spirited dis. | system which we addressed him on the 23th of last -- ---- _.- al), he chose to apply it to
: C i|1"11'' j'.it.t in, $3-27,135 Sl' j53.412tiSJ in the South abandon our opposition to such l-vnLIC ecet A1
cu ,ion. Thicrs, in closicg: it, boldly a\'O\H.'J I. s.,ii- ....J dmcouuta, 49J.i7ri.OI5 4W,3y6,5-3: December. This I letter we wish!! you to invite 1EETIXG.t \ nothing to authorize the demand '
The Abolitionists
S that he had take the cabinet by storm, nJ: : :>. ,.k>, J-3.%'.':!,4C4 42,411,750 measures ? as soon as al. to call and fee, both W higs and Democratsas 1 understand that the callers and----J-
Gen. Harrison will be placed in the \ and respectable meeting held at procy
\ 1C C07.>vJ2 2:1,1131,919i presidential addressed a large
was wholly indebted for the power of doing I ll.ile.iave we understand a similar one to managers of that meeting were inditkJualirf
: iM,062,5W chair will the the 23th 1840, to take
i iuilitnmwiinenu, 2S.35.Vli7: commence accomplishmentof brandedby Centreville, on April
He admitted Association" has been )
so to the revolution of July. the Oswego the Bank ,notoriously
Hilt fioin other bank, 52.tWtf,367: 41,140 .J their abolish the distressed situation party unfriendly JOB
plan, by an attempt to slaveryin into consideration tf j t
his cabinet of different; political! ingio.dicnts of the Whig Jounals as a lor- and
was ; :cotcs .f ut'r b'k on hand, 7,372G( l i,797,892Specie the District of Columbia. Are we some "ba motion of David Brown, press, politically opposed to younl ui
and staled that no.oilier could] stand- fund, 3,612,507 3.623374i pre- our country that after assembling,
pared in the South to witness such an gery. the meeting was organised by appointing t tI friend \ eusiriing
3J.105.155 attempt Esq.,
that the Eastern question would be scaled! I i Sj: '"cic, 4i.l32.673 We have to regret that we have unfortu. of the facts offered

without vvar-that the inviolability of the t irculalion, 135.t 70,935 196,96 ,572 made in Congress under the influence of the nately mislaid the copy of our letter to Gen I KKNXKTII BEMBREV, Esq., Chairman, t proceeded any to a set of "cut t,them and dr d
75 69t .857 pass
90.240,146 I >
DrixisiU executive and his councillors ? Whatevermay and PAUL II. HARLEY, Secretary.
TuVkish empire would be maintained, but ,IJj.s03 41,150,615 an ison.r e hope yet to b able to la res lutioas, of a most furious cast
l.Auks (
Due othrr j I ) seterelj
of Me- I be the views of Gen. Harrison, respect. Oa motion of A. R. S. Hunter, Es., the
; without prejudice to the just rights Oilier Labilities I 62,916,246 43/275,183 our hand on it, but as the publication I censuring lour press and correspondents
i j ing the important interests just stated he will I ad resolutions wc.rc. ;
following preamble
debate will in all reach .
: hemet AH. Tho three days' vas this correspondence that have since been
TilE SECRET OF THE FALL OF PRICES 13 probably 1 t tnrhea they respectfully
be obliged to follow the advice of the friends I
unanimously adopted :
brought to a close by a vote showing the ,' banks General Harrison's "Commite" men, we invite to t furnish of
Within the coiii quested a
one copy
now OCT. you
year who him in and are well
the placed power ; we the situation of our country re. tos m
favor of
strong majority of eighty-six in traded their circulat'on: upwards of twenty- them to publish our leter. The questions and have refused to give ,aljLooA
I i convinced that these friends are not the which quircsthc st energetic action i : 0 the part of ton
rnini crs. of dollars ubout below we are certain are these we r : :ed to sent the .
millions; or twenty copies were over counter.T
eight per b
: friends of the South-that neitherthe
Ministers: caused they are her citizens ; and, the plea, IOWset
The dcfeat of the Gen. Harrison to answer. wlreas.
; No of such men I owe HO civility. Wheocveri
cent. war, or rumor war, produced frieadsofthc democratic principles whichhave themselves <
a temporary depression in the money and I this-no t failure of the crop-no "removal of characterized the Southern sections of Ilespectfully up by many person.to justify i c.i4i procure a copy of their reluto I
deLia .
in the of
iu demanding specie, ,
,nock markets. They however soon recov.cred circular"no"Sub.Treasury its L. TERRY, paymtnt sltal! claim the use of
deposites"-no "specie the Union. Georgians should recollect what the i of 1 h probably yoor t
with during susp.iisioi specie ,
again: :l. n-id continued firm, symp. K. SINCLAIR, payment views of the da.rarter .
system.Vithi 1 the period t > gi\c names,
toms of improvement.The they had to suffer by the election of ;Mr. John S. W. COLE. ,I the bank.?, is unjust, cruel, aud impolitic. ,il thei arJ my'
of the individuals! iSa
cotton market! remains w ithout material in: which contraction took place, war was Quincy Adams to the presidency, a Whig of ', should not be countenanced by any enlightened objects
regarded: as so remote a contingency, as to have enacted this farce.To .
and zealous .
the highest degree, now a sup. commuuitAud whilst the Constiui-
change. The inferior qualities (; Harrison -Sir, 1st. What are .
: your
into the calculations of few individuals. of the gentlemen
cuter r many present
of Gen. Harrison. When President a
ican have further declined kd lb. In porter Abolition ? tion recogniZes nothing as a legal tender Lull I
per views in
regard of its
; the trade 'Our crops of cor.i and cotton, and of everything by whom was he surrounded' 1 l\v Mr. Clay, 4 gold and silver in the payment of debts. yet I i. meeting, (bt probably onau'a m
other kinds prices were stcadyand 2d. Will elected President, veto an I have the .
else, were most abundant. The notes you ) i obj-ct.) to the pullic, most it.frpectful
as Secretary of State, who was the prime is fact identified with thu of tar
more animated than it had been. banks"crc receivedfor bill to abolish slavery in the District of Columbia I it a hisory l and them I dm-
t ta
freely ,
Rumors of dissension; among the CarlUts "specie paying mover of all the difficulties which sprung up in the event in such a bill should country that the policy has been, fur the las: \I digs m
public dues; and Congress having neglect. Irom the Creek Treaty, and which required both with! the General and Stall; ; l"ihtc:
London. forty
of Catalonia, have reached Espar. asked both houses of Congress ? years
ed to law to defaulters, or to pass I That the jcct.of
pass a the firmness and patriotism of Gov. Troup I my commu.nicl W
and fasten
tero seems to be doing nothing with a very 3d. Did ever vote, in the Senate of Governments to ct.LIi.h b.ks.:
provide, in any manner, for the safe keeping and the citizens of to you : to call public atteation to suhject o!a
Georgia overcome.Mr. Cca-
large and expensive Ohi to sell white men for debt, or for upon the people a paper c.irrency.
of the public money, the Government was poor ,i tinr.ism, which I feared has been,or might4
Adams had for his of War
Morocco; Secretary tracts have been entered i.uo and debts created -
i is said that the Emperor the fine and costs of a court ? indiscreet
of it ia banks.
much I by
concluded Abdl Kader for compelled to depo&ite Mr. James Barbour, from whom, as A Virginian under this state of thi.igs, with the full i.trduce amongst
has trcatwith views in
a their 4th. What are your regard to a and which I tbthought
I The banks have had thing OWII subject
r every much was expected by Georgia, but belief and that would be ; sionary persons
the expulsion of the Frenfh in Africa. Turiff of Bank the assurance they paM
a received 4e
and from defects Unite still has cot
and think
the vet, protection c ,
: A letter from in way during past year w ho, as soon as he was a member of the cabinet in the of the and the i idea
: Constantinople, published I States, and of Internal Improvement by currency country ; attention ra
inherent in the present banking: system, attention it merits. :My own
the London :Morning Herald states that the became as hostile to Georgia as Mr.Chy General Government ? of paying in specie was not thought ot t by the of Gajesu
this immense curtailment of circul.ilion and I particularly cnlled to it by that part
: Shah of Persia had declared war against d. or Mr. Adams. If Mr. Adams thus acted, parties making thoe contracts : and we. a I __u.,'. _hh__. ._ .iS_ _, l\rm. f_,.,
consequent full' of prices have ellsu who is a man of great talents and of acute of Leon ,I ;) : 10 iuevvl.ich 1' -
and his march with portion of the people! county, hereby ctpra
Turkey was actually on ; As stated above, the whole cflt-ct which HARBISON'S REPLY. : he that he had been appri2ian
observation what ia the
I a large army in the direction: of Hagdad.: Ii can we expect Cincinnati, Feb. 22, 1840. enter our solemn protest against the payment I Indiana wife
is the
had not between
have u;} prices, .
Linking operations South from General Harrison destitute he arrangement
that Me.t as of debt heretofore contracted in specie,
I was suspected iv: Costantinople: Messrs. Tcrrey, Cole and Sinclair: any
nunifcsted in as strong a light as it would be slaves, by which the latter were t(join m
known be of that firmness of characterso
hcmct All had stimulated and bribed the Shah : Gentlemen-Your letter of the 28th Dec. or its equivalent, until the situation of our articles wnoithern
of banks of each State and
t if the accounts the take arms, by
with beneficial up
lo make tins movement. necessary discharge re. addressed to General Harrison has been delayed country will warrant such demand. knowofci
could be here ; separately, as they are ii I and b .
and duties
gvcii suits the papers
Accounts from Chiva, (5\'S the LiverpoolCourier ? high responsible president I thus long, in consequence of the most Harrassed, as our cnuntrv has been, bv a
there has that free of
,) have: been received by way ofCirsUintinoplcwljich the Secretary'report. Though I: ?. And wh'ul will the South have to cx. innumerable culls of a similar k'nd, and from destructive and vexatious savage war, and .I negroes : suspiciouS Grand cbn Jurr.a
bee a great contraction, taking the country it will be twice branded as such by a
from his cabinet, .
1tusians pect composed as in cflorts to meet
: state that the all sections of the United State. These crippled our our engagements of it
in districts there has I at and countenanced by some
vet large
throughout s-mio
of taken from the ranks of those who
had been foiled ii .; to nuke themselves men render it impracticable by the financial embarrassments of the
: an : tempt have at last, so multiplied to could Med
been an immense expaisiijn.; I In Mississippi i a community. 31 oilier facto
him and will have been instrumental
,. meters: of a frJrt in that country ; and now support most absolutely, for the General to re. country;the people had a just right to expect .
for example, the! circulation, according to the iu the but it is i Ujinecessarv.If
in placing him presidentialchair that the last would have I
that a succession of cold and tempestuous: spond in The duty, therefore, devolves Legislative Council of aboTitio.isra -
1637 12 person. damning EUI .
returns nearest to January, was readers reflect Cper
attended c beg our of his adopted measure f for their relief
members some salutary
: weather had come on, whichas the undersigned, itself&
; it introduce
millions and according to the returns nearestto upon amongst us, I
of these remarks.
with great I looses !both infantry and cavalry, January, 1810, it was 15 millions, showingan seriously on the subject corresponding, and, we may add, confidential ; but in this just' and reasonable expectation !I lent and insidious and unless watciS-

t o much so that the object of the expedition i committee aud if the policy hereafter observed they have been sadly disappointed, and ways
> increase of about 25 per cent. In Ohio, Cotton in India.-The attention of the I ; S !y }gtirded i against, and nipped in us "T.
for the present year was considered:: to be British Government has been directed to should not meet your entire approbation we arc mow left uit no other alternative tm we
on the contrary, in June 1639, the circulationwas :I bait, it mahOlm to destroy, crc a
wholly l frustrated. the of the culture of .S you will, we trust, attribute the error an appeal to supremacy of the people. been
80,885,203, and in January, 1840 it policy encouraging cot site: that the air we breuthe, has
The London gossips have got hold of a rather to ourselves, than General Harrison.- We, as peaceable citiz r5.have forborn utiiii (
was only 84,407,127, showing a decrease of. ton in India. The Natchez Free Trader of i with its fatal kfluei.ce. a maiW

rich and rare subject, which will last them nearly 33 cent in the short period of six the Glh states, that Captain Ba)les, of the That policy is1, that the General make no fur- forbearance has censed to b virtue ; aud sensibility for the in of Sh:1 any indifiw
fur lime Victoria is J per ther declaration of for the public I'whilst we continue to recognize the : tie !
; some to come. Queen mO: ths. British Infantry in India, has recently visited principle suprerna- withhold: from inviting precaution opes**
: they say in a very interesting situation, and, As near as can be ascertained, the bank Natchez, and made arrangements for engaging eye, whilst occupying his present position. icy of the laws, we, nevertheless, hold and unuurtant; subject ? ar.d how shall wwDl-: t
indicate, is in fair to. Such course has been recommended and maintain, that the safety of the people is the
as a way of ; bit
gentlemen, practicallyacquainted i
circulation in those parts of the country, in a corps young I ; ; i, a ad public vi ilauce induce
the Brunswich line. t for of concealment law of the land. Should the d!.-
I perpetuate which specie have been maintained, with the cultivation of cotton in adopted, not purposes nor:I supreme moans of the 1
Lord Hill has received her in.. \ payments avoid all but under | mand for specie,in the of debts, bj press
: majesty's: that is, in New England, New York and !Mississippi, for the purpose of introducingthe to proper responsibility payment The same rumor which is sid t be all
ptruclions; to order the of the British the that the General's views in regard -; i-isisted we expect to see nothing:
: i cavalry same modes and on the plains of impression upon may CiT3',
| Ohio, was, on the lot of January last, only: system to in the communication signed
i; I prmy to wear mustachio* ; the order will,p 834,552,972, against 840,024,121: on the 1st Hindooslan. It. seems that hitherto the culture .. to all the important and exciting questions IcS thal the wide spread ruin of our country. ". S reached my >ars, (although I cever Rcommunication *II

_4 S I conseaueotlv.---------J'----be issued -forthwith.- of January 1839 showing a dimi.iutiou of! ot cotton in India has been conducted in of the day have: been heretofore givento The estates of many honest and industrious urail I read it in the H--,}

Lieut.: Col. Iladcliflc, who seconded the ; awkward inasmuch the results the public fully and ; and that citizens will be sacrificed to satisfy the avarice .
upwards of 12 millions, or nearly 27 per cent I an manner, as I explicitly and about the sam period I forihel
Count Leon in his late duel with Prince Louis of few indiv iduals whose hands have S\Y .
whether constitutional
: have not been successful the those niews, a full!
i on the whole amount. In the remaining! so as advantage time the fetter given ia b,
.Napoleon, has, wu regret to learn, since been f States and Territories the bar.k circulation !of climate, soil etc., might lead those con. or other questions general interest, for some time been eagerly stretched forth to I bones-.lv anocyraous and sincerely believed! the wr
,afflicted with an aberration of intellect. the cerned in it to The above have undergone neither change nor mortification. / grasp that! w hich they have not earned. The : SB*
I was, as nearly as can be ascertained' on I expect. corps re- of that letter held doctrines adverse t
American flour in Liverpool is one shilling .-The committee are now embodying labors of honest i industrious citi. :
first of January last 372,415,4000 against ferrcd to, eng-.ged by Capt. Bavles, consistof many nnl views and &
S less that at the last aud the duty on I in those farmer would sacrified less than fourth .1ber feelugVI.b
accounts 888,235,884. on the 1st of January, 1839, eight gentlemen from Adams and Jeffer. pamphlet, expressed opinions zens b a l propriety I had formed

S wh&U is is less. I showing a diminution of nearly IU millions :son counties, !Mississippi, and one from Louisiana I which shall be forwarded to you at the earliest of their ,' and fall into the hands of rapacious decide from the following sn'

: The Queen has appointed W. Peter, Esq. j. or about 18 per cent on the whole! amount. I !! -all of whom are praclically cotton moment, and which we believe, will prove persons, many of whom had ro agrn- pubic in that letter

consul for the State of Pennsylvania: to reside planters. I' satisfactory. They are strengthened in regard cy in the settlement of our country ; and the emphatiCtvowe
the of MYHKABrrCAUSE t
i Estimating Mississippi as R .TUIOS OF
- currency
at Philadelphia. to the of the that Gcn. wives and children of "
They with them nine gin stands, and propriety policy do\ho property
worth fifty cents in the dollar and that of the carry EMANCIPATIONire -
There have been several: earthquakes in I: I models of a gin.hous, running-gear and II. make no new issue to the public from i had been thus sacrificed, would be turned, OF t 1\ER3\L ,a
S other StateH wherein the bonks have suspended must look at subject AS I I
various parts of Scotland. I I The expedition is to start soon for the consideration that the National Conven.. houseless and nake into the wilderness, and th "
.1 Ellen Tree was playing Liverpool on ::I specie payments, nt an average dcprccialion New York, whence the destination is to SUe tion deemed it* impolitic at the then crisis i.1 the creditor DOt b benefitted, for a sale \WE COULD WISH IT TO BE.
of six cent the whole value of the "I "ow A SLAVE FJt
pie 1st of April. I I bank circulation per of the Union on the 1st I rat. The terms of compensation are said to (and the tires are certainly) unaltered) to pub. made for specie would not command a win S WOULD SOT : BOCGHT .'.I
1 Chinese Affairs.-The London Observer January lait. 895,938,027) be liberal as the measure i is one instituted by lish anything like a general I manifesto sufficient to pay the cost. of execution. .
pf March 291h9 : It is said in the city : against 8135 views of the such state of it COULD EVKR EARS.
Whig Against
170,995{) on the 1st January, 1839. The i the British Government, and intended to car. great party.In thing bhOTe "lhr CURSE OF SLAVEYON f

that authentic accounts, received within the decrease is upwards of39 millions, or at the i ry ot a favorite polir.y. The price of laborin the mean time, we cannot help expressing every good citizen to nie hi i I TiE

]ast day oT two from Canto river, represent I rate of about 30 cent. : India i is cheap on account of the immense the hope that our friends in the South fence of his rights ;- S 1S.n OF IT."

the Chinese merchants as being;;really alarmed por I populut of the country, and the light nou. will receive the nomination of Gen. liar Resohcd therefore That the Grand Jury, "How SU.L WE GET RID
the condition iu
lest the impending war should cause a scar. We have arrived at rishment required for their subsistence, the rison with something like generous confi. to he empaneUe at the next Superior Con I From the Atb\ny Evening JouraLSt.

of Briiibh in China and that inconsequence were in 1819, 1820 and 1821; that is to dcncc. When Southern fncnds of E. F. *. J,153.
city goods ; probab'lity is by no means remote that the they ( ) re county, b requested to offer a lugutine, SJPFSIKXD re.
I Crawford remarked the
of this apprehension, they were saf, when, us Mr. South will find in that quarter a formidablerival flee upon the distinguished intelligence presentment against the policy of demanding WEED: I have t. mm

making great efforts to effect: au exchange of : currency was! in many parts of the coui.try, in the cotton growing business. Yet and character of the convention which place the payment of debts in specie, during theembarrassed ccived a communic.lon'from a youc

commodities with the Briiibh vessel : not only unsound in quality but deficient in him in nomination how all of the the north me to a&
,, we know not that any apprehensions of inju. I ably sato country.2d. i at induce
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J' North Eastern Boundary.-In relation to. quality. Such from time to time, must necessarily ry need be entartained. The demand for and especially, those of their particular sec Be i furt-R-wo/reJ," That we re. briefly at thi time. The gentleman He t &
tho boundary ,nheru to be be the care, if the present banking sys. tion in that I allude invalid.
question appears cotton fabrics great as it now is, will doubtless were represented body, they gret Legislative Council omitted a pulmonary

very little said in the 'English papers, and tern is to continue without amendment. 1'he1 a'' become more extensive. The vast !increase certainly have a high garnte. that I to provide such I r mofor existing evils a. the winter and spring,and a P*?*o .:

quite as' littlearsn; parliament. In speaking former great revusu! : took place under of production which has taken place should Gen. Harrison b i we are now ambled and escape.3d. I met, in St. Augustine, and h
''S upon a subject which introduced the boundary National Bank. The present has occurred I in cotton within a f few years past, was not candidate for the Presidency that office will Rul I, That we will not employ a much improved by his residence_ ,t e

question incidentally, Lord John Russell without one. A recurrence of such evils I more than commensurate with tho increaseduse will b hapilyp administered, and under the our agentfactors or attorney, any person whomay mate. He wet home ,to visit

S pid : can be prevented iu no other way than by a I of the manufactured article ; nor can guidance of the same principles which direct ; maintain the ruinous doctrine of specie i and was to have returned t lJ-

"There"ere two separate and distinct complete reform of our present banking system any limit be assigned to the future expansionof cd our Washington, Jefferson and Madison. payments for debts under execution ; neither Un\ But he writes a30110* ** &Oi5.-P

!-. questions involved ;in these di.acu6Siunsfitb ; and that reform not by a National Bank: ,cotton goods, iuasmush vat: many portionsof Hoping you will concur in the proprietyof will we consider them as the friends of the I I steady habits:" The*lat% ;'

: the p n led Stales. The first had referenceto which experience has shown to be either una. the world yet remain, into which Europe. the policy herein adopted, we. have pleaslire peace, harmony and prosperity of our coun. I surrcctions, of whfch our papers a ''

the boundary and the other to the ngree.. ble or unwilling to prevent such revulsions. an trade has not yet fully penetrated and in subscribing ourselves. try ; and we,will discountenance any person I e with; accounts,render a so'ithtU ,

- S. rnent which land been entered into( pending The present Pennsylvania substitute for a other uses perhaps are yet undiscovered, to Your friends, making such a demand, or,who'will bid for daru and wi deter me i from

the negotiations ; and he did not think that, National Bank, under the old influence and which tho material will be applied.-Baltimore D. GWINN.byR nny'property'ex posed for salt under such de. My friends my sailing to Sand

i. either on the. general question, or on the : policy which governed its predecessor for American. HODGES. mand. S I think I shall go." v.*V

S question of ,agreement, .a serious quarrel I near a quarter of a century,.has aggravated O. M. SPENCER 4th. Rewired, That, as freemen, we claim I I gnes EQQ pleasure t assure &J?i.

.I woukj,take place, nor did be la the least decree *. all the present eviU, and been among the firstto FALL OF PRICES. the right of instruction, and it is incumbenton vitor of,the pcul'ste 0ft:tJ J

.anticipate that the harmony of the two suspend, and will be the last (if ever) to: In Wednesday's Globe we gave statement H. E. SPEKCER, Co. Sec'y.. our representatives in the last Legislative I ', a l orti Q" to a

;. countries was- likely'to be interrupted. The suspend specie pll ment.s., of the contraction of bank issues that took NEW ORLEANS, April 22. Council to render unto us a account- of-their I .fa_supremacy of.the"JZUCfI fa. J

govproroents: of both) countries; were too sen.sible place between the 1st January, 1840. To LATEST'FRO:.* TEXAS. stewardship.5th. I I knowledged Wtha, co.wbo.1:

S of the advantages of peace to wish for .. Slide i of Earth on Canada.-:On the morn judge properly.of the effect this has had on By the steamer New we have 'Gal- Rolt Tat our fellow ciizen in countenance moo l. Invl 1 ;

(jts termination, and both were perfectly con..' ing of the 4th instant, a large tract of land!,of prices, some other'things must be put into as late as Yor inst. the df"ftpar ofle county, through safe he.u a h. -.

7 Y Deed that there wu nqfhlng iu the boundary evsr1 hundred acres near the river. ,'in Lower I consideration than! 'the mera reduction in the yeo Trade papers was dull at Galveston-money being out te Temtr b rue to unite withus ,Wh*" a &t EastaoJ

t S auction irbick% could' not be amjcay/ arrange Canada,'slid off into theriver., TVre were. quantity of paper.medium. ,As currency in. scaice, and .holders: 'of goods being unwillingto in tho viws ad similar meet i and Nor and Are we;Utfg rf

ed ifbqth parties;"were determined io abide upon{it kwjqi houses. several barMSforty horsecowi -*.i creases: in amount, other things' remaining sell on credit. The notes passing at,the ings, and aopt resolutions.6tb. :I a fsoiovemnmefltt1and *
: I
VS ". &be principles justice." .und'other domestic ar.una.iv and Jive i .ihesarae., prices rise; ,and as*currency .de. rateof4or3.5ra1. mn Re.tojved, That a commit I o laws to lose their supretY

S Ptfrit, .&rarck2oJ.Th6Tt1ri: ;' ministryTdcsTnedlherinotion hundred sugar maple tree. TSo l"1tTtt} u-a? I creases: IQ amount, other, thingiffeaiaiaiag,tho .There is mention made ,of .Ctmanches tee of five b appuit to correspond' withsimilar w, ,0OtS ,, (ek w d Jw 'ttailhaKjJrchosen L '

'l!& | ,fojbeXftambproffiutjes << off gradually; !andtho'inkaVfotniD t ., in bdethoi,4In M.mcf prices 1111.SBU t this reduction of pa. or Cherokees D these papers.. I carry oil*the object of of God.ta.iprWd : *"JiM

i S forthe, grant of a million pf/franc* : .1 | tnig&uarwho.t: tookth'alirca per.medium has taken place under e cum. The four i fellows who' fell in i the fotgillluto. .earth the gospel of hS&-. <
---: I cret.nuc. tnooey bf- majority 86-.i .ai wxin,M tiy.fw the trees move ces .which it was impossible for "other or".after the hUDdr: Arista," rSFer.t 'Ca ,pinter'thefonowing 'throb ,ofmy4btnive1aL : .'ud.F :,! de" 1

tB! Dumber,..,being! for'the grant,'340; t gainst i int eIC&rs: things to remain tha same." The ;stoppage n ado, are said t hare been mostly- .ngl, gentlemen' si,coit ..

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twrtli and I love the \ (rWe:: publish this week. the resolutions '- 1(
on free natirt ; FIjQR'H>IAJr. A CABD., 'E WIN WDOflY'
lore my T HIE of the ,
Centreville and
South too. ,It is all oUr common country.But meeting, presentment I MIM Meadow beg to inform her friend "

my head and heart protest against the I TALLAH SEE, FLORIDA:' .of the Grand Jury. As we__observed in and the public, ;lit .he'fiie*' her FAREWELLONCER'ronM6ndayEveuIn AUCTION ATftTWMMISSIONMERCHANT. ., .

..pint of zeal without knowledge, that in the I our last, they portray, in vivid colors,the distress ; lltb- lost, ; :

of Chrittian philanthropy is deluging I SaturdAl', Mal' 9, 18'0. and ruin this I ok which occMion th!CKUIKATZDPIANIST, B..R. .
brought by
guise upon country f #
the South with, inflammatory publications. c OF TilE U. STATES, the rotten banking system, and itS'most.flagrant LIGNOWSKI will perform variety ef Polish TallahafKe- F.OBIL .. ,; -. >, \: ",', ;
tendency to instigate the slave .to "FOR PRESIDENT .. Dance, Meturku, Waltzes, (with variation,) : No. 1, Badmor Pre .m t

having a to arouse the worst passions of his MARTIN VAN BUBEN. management. The Federal Bankites Marches, with tie' favorite_qiick step, &e. LP' .for :; ., 'a <1.. .A 2.CmZ.,. '
nature to acts of murderous violence. The ought to read them, and blush. They are May 9. aprll 2 EDWIN _' .. CTO1 AN i' -". -

master, for preservation, for the protectionof APPOINTMENTS BY THE PRESIDENT, but a tythe of what will be heard from one -- 1.. MARRIED- L!me.--5O bbls.EDWIN Thomaslon W;Lime,for n1ol'' 'Co- mm1iilO.t. \

his wife and,children, resorts to more strict By and !with the advice and consent of the I end of the Territory to the oth r. These resolutions march 2 35 'No. 3;Berry,Row SALE DAT8-Wed0e 4aTiiib4SUrd.ys.. -

and rigorous measures; and upon the poor Senate. exhibit the forbeara of the peo. On Thursday ereniog last in this city by theRe bushels heavy Northern Oats, at ; Plotic..- I.

helpless, unoffending negro, all the misery of William Marvin, to be Judge of the United pIe, and especially of the Loco Foco, in n ?. Mr. Mc/rver, Mr. TBCUXLXUB BUUl1.to Oats..oO. EDWIN W. DORSET, PurchaMrroflinth* Eathlfof

the mischief falls. His few privileges.arc States for tho Southern District of Florida. Mrs. MAY AN RINCOOLD. march 2 3 No.3, ,Berry,Raw. THE: 3 h Townsbipl of Rang* 1 North
The remarkable degree. We learn, the Union In Fort Game, Florida en the 23d ultimo, by to
well Zion weep Butler Florida to be District At- ', Welt. cooieforwardpnor
and O! may Vinton PRIVATE SALE. I
abridged E ofColornbua reqet
; untutorednegro Bank with the New the Rey.JSereno Taylor, THOMI W.TIO". * system of oral ivtructbn of the torney of the United States for the District of proposes an arrangement ,.to Miss FRCDONU, eldest daughter of I HAVE received on consignment;and wiltsell. the : lbflbtsam the ,jron tlaC
and was so wonderfully York merchants, and which is advertised in 30,000 feet gist quality flooring boards; '- day Ploptw'wilreyr to oiifi ia.q..r.
in the "word of life, West Florida, in the place of George atker, Ja>. P. Holmes, Esq. .
winning its way to all hearts, negro for resigned. the New York papers, by which it gives its In Marianna, on the 30th ult.by Peter Simmons, 6,0 u 1 inch do Tallahassee; R 7. 1840 41. i

Sabbath and day schools, and meetings I. G''Searcy, to be Marshal of tho United post.notes payable in two 'years at the Mer Esq. IVTHKLDKCD PHILLIPS M. !>., to Miss SuSAM 3,00 0 ', 3 weatherbading Notice -
of -
of that 1.0"
public worship; the work of emancipation States for the Middle District of Florida, in the chants' Bank in New York, for the principal, GAUTIER, all place. 10.0"J *ill* and plate i THOSE who hired negr. on the 4th Inztnti.
Mr. Ilowrcn,
happilyin On the 2Iit\ the Rer. at
Africa, so April by ''
slaves for our under Colonies the promptings In of public place ofS. H. Duvall, deceased. and interest post-notes, due in six, twelve,1 the residence of Maj. Bennett M. Dell,in Alachoa :O casks lime; ,jd ce" of'lcka.te Ibsrb auction, apply room for ,will ezil..at- '
10 ocgroev
progress calm right of moral andwhgious eighteen months, and two years, for the intornct county C. F. DCEH! of Columbia! county to MART bis pickled cod. the Drs.Randolph.april me
opinion and the (05")::: We publish this week an article signed S.. daughter of Maj. DELL. W. DORSEY.
Nay oinrlit; Ttq; .nrl! thnt ... Feb 29 39 EDWIN J R.J.HACKLEY.
suasion-all-all suspended -. -nt. nr.r. rent-.... .. .- --.- -..- -cnmn- 3
more-the "root of bitterness spring up to'I Peace Maker extracted from the St. Au. of the New-.0.York r banks will discount these __ _i.-_. -FOR- BOSTON.The I Town Property for- Sale or Bat

has caused blood to be shed, and I gustine Herald of the 15th September, 1838, superior packet-brig LUNA' FOR SALE or RLNT, Lot Number 1 ,
trouble us, notes this we doubt. If so, it is strange
; Pirn with th HouseApply
the horrors Baker master, will sail about the 25th ofTalabauee. *
lead Gen.
know, it may to and referring to a letter from the famous :
for aught we of the Union. I that the Bank cannot make an arrangement ______ instant. For freight or passage, having Lf 'rln. to J HACKLETan
WAR, and a division Peter Sken Smith to Weed of Albany, on the 1840 21S2ENOLER
ofa CIVIL of Christ!" Does not 1 with the New York banks, which will save superiur accommodations apply to the captainon g um. ',
Can this be "the spirit 'subject of Abolition. It is the same letterwe board, at Port Leon,or to ( "We have not so learned oue merchants the extortionate shave of ,
his church respond, have heretofore referred to. We learn may 9 41 2 BETTON & Port Leon, Fla. -'LYlAN
sentiments as a five cent. that the New York
These arc my twenty. per creditor
Christ. dare as a Christian. Gen. Smith professes to have recanted the For New York. SALES DAYEvery Saturday. AUCTION & COMMISSION
man, and I humble exacts on Union Bank bills, which he The STATIRA -'
regular packet brig Seed Peas for
I do not write them, if I know my cwn heart, opinions contained in this letter, and will pro. exchanges for these post-notes. a Babbidge master, will nail for New A LOT of Red and White Crowde Peas, and MERCHANTS.Tallahassee .

to be"seen of men;" but in the hope that they bably be, at some future period, a candidatefor York on or about the Cth 1\1 a1. For 4 Core Peas, for sale. A ppty to

do good. and from a conviction that the the Legislative Council of Florida. We or::: The St. Joseph Times is qut in a long freight, pasnajre apply to the Captain JOSEPH F. C. HARLEY, Florida.
of Northerners, and Northern article Floridian and on board, or lo KERR & KIRKSEY, At his Plantation in the Dutch settlement.
treat mass think I do could april 25 23 2w Tallahassee. April 23. 1C40. 29 CR'CK.
Church members would as to Mr. Westcott, of this city, the authorship in Tallahassee sincfl.n Cluck
take a days
obserralion of elected, whether would be allowjed to O": The above vccscl will positively! sail on the of Letters remaining in the Post Of- ,LOST
I have, personal Citizens Bank of New Orleans .
have, as of editorial article the Times Lit
they One of the last Mississippi (Nat. an respecting 15til instant, at which time passengers will please atTalahusce.! the 1st of 1840if daw.
men and things. We must look at his scat. or May i by Maj Charle Majnes. in favor of S. or,
Southern it is not as we could wish it to chez) Free Traders, contains an article whichwe and complimentary of its editor. Guess a. boonboard.- May 9. not taken out within three months, they wi be the sum ot $76,00. Te check was endorsed and

the subject ns ; "a slave\ for all the into next gain, Master Peter, you are wide of the mark GUN IOST. sent to the General Post Office as dead made payable to W Herrick by Oxnard and
I would not own intend to extract our paper
If Alexander F Judah E
Hugh again endorsed and made Horan-
individual who borrowed Double-Bar payable to -
wealth that siaews bought and sold, could week, showing the course of the British this time. That gentleman never wrote an THE Gun from this Office, will pleac return Ash C C JoliDnon Capt James The check is nnrolered either 26 or 36andwaslost

_...'.. ..,..n"... -But---the-- curse of slavery is upon- .. __ ___. L__ 1.___ ,._. article_______ of__ _that___. _snrt_. _fnr.lh__ _n__ Flnrirlinn._ _________n Tim____ i it. May 9. I AvbraitoCot Jesse Kornbeau Daniel rolled UD in a. ten dollar 1I_ 9. Rink. -BilL- Tlipaymeut'oftheCheck
uecu: 01;
c.\; vu Government tor some tune past iias ; _
indebted frWits introduction Anders Stcplvn E King E has been stopped,and it can
us, and we arc mainly the destruction of slave general opinion hereabouts is,that !Mr. West- 85 Reward.OST Allen! 2 C CKirkpalrick \
the instrumentality cretly directed to property L Capt Henry Kyle be of no use to any one but tha owner. A reward
I am informed, to in the United States. Recent Jamaica cott wrote the editorial article in the Times, on the 3d instant, between Tallahassee! Abcrcrombie Capt Elijah nf $10 will be given the finder leaving the same
of England, and some of the New England and therein friend Gautier most abom and Robert Cope!jnd'H, nn English silver Watch, Alexander Miss Violet Knap David at this office. 29 aprii24
States. How shall we get rid of it? Hy nets papers give an account of a Capt. Stewart, quizzed with the subscriber' name on tho back, written Alexander! Albert R Kedlcy Moe.i -
God forbid. We who has been inably. with (lie point of a knife. Whoever will return Allen John Union Bank. .
of\'iolencealld bloodshed of the British army, employed _ _ Kendal DaidAddington
said watch to this office shall receive the above
to 'do evil that good may come." of the English Aboli. 0:7: Extract from a letter of an intelligent\ J(11 Kipp AT a meeting of the Board of Director*, on the
are not as the secret emissary reward. J. FOLLENSBEE.Tallahassee Adjutant Infantry King Lieut John II 3 : of April, 1840. tjie resolutionwas
Let Christians'prav without ccasiiig for an tit nists, with the connivance of the British and distinguished: gentleman at Key West to May 9 41 : Arnold > It Lang RobertLuddington adopted, and ordered to following published,

increase of piety; of faith in God our Saviour, Government, who has been travelling in the his friend in this city : -----NOTf-- -( E. -- AndrewsJotn John R Resolved, That the shares of all Stockholder,
"[.rrd to whom shall L Adams Miss Drucllla Liwton Lieut RB who have been in default for
land. *" in I interest on Smock
our OS" 2d May, Gadsden Florida sbal
throughout on county. ,
Southern States, procuring intelligence to The subject of Division seems now to be mislead Lieut L A Lee N
for counsel and direction but u.tuthee : a note of hand for three hundred dollars (ninety James thirty day. prior to the 18lh day of
we po better effect their schemes. agitating the country. I am not, as at present .I I Adams Mrs Susan | Locket E 3Ludington May next, be declared forfeited, in
the to
thou hast the words of ctl'rnallife. enable them dollars\ IMS been paid on aid noli*,) given by A I conforritfwith
? P. S. S. Southern and Southern institutions advised in favor of this measure. Pooras braham T.Gavin and Joseph A. turner M Richard Bijotul Augustus Mrs Mary J the provisions of the amerJoent ofteCbs.
Yours, Wo regard rights Bullock E D 3 Lavinor Littleton" tcr of the Union Bank of Florida,
and little able to de. 1st 1840.! hus
we are, as as we are Regan payable on Jan'y. Payment :
It is worthof notice that this letter was ns in more imminent peril at this th of State Government I been slopped.! Bird Lyon Henry Legislative Council and accepted by the Stockholders -

written to induce u >oungm.in< from the "laud former The Abo.litioibts fray 2 expenses a May 9 4! 2 RICHARD REGAN. BakerVr, Lyman H C P of the Bank, at their last general meetingand
1 who considered a Southern crisis, than ut any period. think wo had better try the experiment, and .!. Bembi-y, Kenneth Layton Sterling that hereafter, the said provisions be enforced

fctcndy\ habits, ; will vote to a man, for Harrison. go into the Union as a whole. Divide and Strayed, Bradford Mrs Elizabeth Lester Wm C in all similar cases of default.

residence (!alltrermf.ll, to revisit Saint August is always the motto of a wily enemy; FROM the Subscriber residing, in Tallahassee: Ballzell T Lester WmLangenham HT. L. RUTGERS,
[ : ; also the assur.incethat; : I:Jmlid$, ct cetera tho 30th day of April last past, Brown J B Wm 24 Assistant Cashier.
the last arri- and in this DIVIDE AND PLUNDERis ar.ri 2 .
arc as safe here as at home.Vbat uinnenlionablc INDIAN: ws.-By express 2 Gray Horses, and ono Sorrel Marc-the Marc Braley Miffs Eliza P Leaver P S .

tiling, ai: cI cetera is the writer can ve-1 on Monday last, we have received the i no. doubt the motto and wish of many. formerly! belonged: to :Mr. Lorimore. Byrd Cupt Joshua 2 Lang C MLipscomu AN ORDINANCE
The.Grey Horses were matched as Carriage: !Bryan Dr E Mrs T To prohibit Merchants and Shopkeepers from
ks he made; ] information the law Auctioneers H.rie keep.
cxphi:1.o might of 1630
!bust : : 4801110 relJlt: following : By are re.
I hind foot white. The their Stores and
J lories, the left on each Bozenuu Randolph: Lucket Miss Mary A I lag open Shops on the Sabbath
upon the education: of negroes: and emancipation Oa! the 29th ult., two men were fired on, quired, before they enter upon the duties of Sorrel Mare two hind fcc white, a!..o the left forefoot Baker James Levy DavidLimberger Jays. -;

t of.slaves fur our colonies in Africabut in the San Felasco hanimockucar Newnans. office, to execute bonds payable to the Governor with a blaze on her forehead. A liberal reward -! Brown Handy John C See 1. Be it ordained, by the Intendo.it aniCommon
I furbear. will be given if taken up in the country, and Bradford Mrs 31 L IIBaughn Llvr,a e Th'ma Conneil of the City of Tallahassee
J understand that individual\ who touk ,illu ; one man, Saunders, was killed-the or his successor in office, to be approved all charges paid, by sending them or giving notice : H W Love I Charles L That at shall not b lawful for any merchant or

,. 1 : an House meet other, :Miller, was wounded, but made his cs- by the Judge of the County Court, and in errof to JOHN R. LLOYD.P. Burtch Win C Moor Ann M shopkeeper to keep open their store or shops for
,. a jiroiiiiiient part in the! Court S. If they are taken up in the country, the Drill James J McAdee WinBrovnCaptJacob the transaction of ,business on the sabbath days,
ing, avowed himself the author of that let- I Cal)' The same night, Mr. Stanley's plantation such sums as the Judge may prescribe, for the Subscriber! would feel indebted if they woud! not M rry Wra under the penalty of being fined not exceedin

8 ter. was attacked and burnt, within three faithful performance of duty, and the paymentinto use them for tho time in a plough, as they have Hurney A Mead R S twenty dolar and not les than ten dollars (:

throbs in fa. never been accustomed to it. Blankinihip! Pliclix Maner Wm3 each every such offence, to be recovered by
1. If the general's heart no longer miles Newnansville.. The day previous, the Treasury of2} per cent upon all sales before the
TnllahaFsce, March 4. 18-JO.__ Bailey Nathan John warrant intendant one half to the informant
-I vor urmcrsnl omancijmtioti), if he is con. near Fort King, Cnpt. Raines of the 7th in. by auction. Two or more sufficient securitiesmust Strayed or Stolen, Breedlov Samuel A llcKown Meyeii A anl the otter to be [aid into the

tent with slavery as it is, and no longer wishes | fantry, nth 18 men. was attacked from an be given on each bond, which having the Subscriber. dark Sorrel Mare: an.l Buwan Edward Morris Robt treasury city.
I.n a change, if he dues not I now deem it sinful : I Four FROM The Mare ia about nine years old has B..jd LieutJ B McVeigh N \V J I Sec.2. Be it farther ordainlc That all ordinances -
ambush 50 or 60 Indians. men been recorded in the Clerk's Office at the
by of '
e :l to on slave, is> satisfied: that Cunsi: or a star in her forehead/ and a white speck in one Brennerk ChrUtophcr Mughty P.itrickButts and parts conflicting with the
killed and Captain Raines and four of the Auctioneer must be forwarded wilh E P Mackay: Major A E true intent and meaning of this ordinance and
SLAVKKY: i is u d',1 l a curse, does nut at i; were expense eye. The Colt! i is a mare, bright sorrel, a b
.Ja. gci wounded--one blaze face, about a o'd.' Any taking Bolt ArchibalJ B Mattou Thompston the same are hereby repealed : and that ordinance -
shall'' mortally man to the Treasurer of the Territory. We year
how men supposed
his we
present: prosecute inquires up or giving inforrn'.lion of said Marc and Colt, BtnerriianCharlts: Mason David E shall be in.full force from and after its pas
. get rid of it, then! ill mu.-t admit that a great !I slightly. Three Indians were killed. state what the law is upon this subject, so will be liberally rewarded. Ccall Cat Benjamii. L Merrcll Lieut H W 6 I ge.

.11r change has take place, ii: lifb opinions: ( which: Two men while out hunting in the Turn. important to the fiscal concerns of the Tcrri- May2_ 40_JOHN W. ADAM Berry James R McCoy John W Passed. in Council,.April 23. 1840.L. .

Ie the 11ulIic and the writer of this article could bull swamp, within ten miles of St. Augus. tory, because we believe it is not generally -- -- TO HIRE.TH1O Butter Branch Vinson Nicholas) N Madison Moger Daniel Wm 4 3 Attest-JAMES.BAKRT A., Clerk.DANIZL THOM. PSON,latendant.- .

::1, not possibly: know. Notwithtanding his "rcs. tine, were fired on by the Indians, but made understood. Some Auctioneers proceed to HIRE, for the balance of the( ycr.r, TWO Bel(field Win S Dr Charles
It lutions." 1 hear: towards him no malice, and sell without giving bond as the law requires; JL PIR8T KATE 1I0Lslt.OII: For information: Barefoot Mrs Eliza ltcCormick S E 2 T.. LINGO )Florida.Middle Dltic ofvs.

'1, no one: will triumph more in a convert to their escape. _ _ and even when given, the bonds arc not always nqnire at this office. ma 14 83: Bellamy Dr Margewit An.hon SHADRACB ATKIXSOS. >)riO Court, lh Sup

'r, southern principles or more clu.'erful hail him |! or:: I Information from Washington is dectdcdly recorded and sent to the Territorial $100 REWARD. Boyd Licut Joseph Murphy Win S County.. To Spring Term 1840. Attachment

! ns an: advocate aud supporter of slavery, than .] favor admission under the Treasury. We think the Judges of the Coun. STOLEN from the Subscriber on tho 7th inst. Bradford Dr Mires for $620.58.THE AU1Dlpt _
'CIt in of our Macomh on the Suwannca, a large Dowry George MrKimmy Bradley defendant, and all other tolerated,
the |I I i St. Joseph constitution, at this session. The ty Courts, as well as the Auctioneer, should Calf Skin Pocket: liook, containing aoltJOO! in Burnett Thos H Mitchell JoshuaMunroe notified of the institution of the above at
AUTHOR: OF \CEMAKEK. look to this matter. Union Bank Bill, about $300 of which in $20 Bayley VadisonBinglic.nl George wit ; and are lo to the declaration
-'-- -- -:- friends of the Administration are in high Roderick J.. McIntosh J M required plead
a.p. |I bills; ono bill on the Planters' and :'lechauiCtl'; filed in
--. -CO-- -lJn-- ,]:--I--CA.- 'I' 0 N S. i spirits, and arc confident of beating Old Tip ()K7: The Superior Court adjourns to.day. Bank (.f South Carolina at Charleston No. tIBC Caldwrll Johu NichoU. GeorgeNuttall case made the and fame provided., according to the statute in lOc

:p.SI.;&. electoral in the Many important causes have been tried, and also a check on the Union Bank for $120. given l Ioy Clark E L Mr Mary E 2Crulatiu JAMES A.BERTHELOT.
For the rt'iridini. by a large majority of votes I Mrs E:iza A Norton S 2
If. Henry
SI.il. Capt.: R. Peyton to J. Paterson, and endorsed march 21, 1840. for PlffTerritory
civil and criminal dock. Alfy.
whole .
jry Mr. EoiToa : Inclosed: : I send you the t fall. The aggregate of the popular vote in I we learn the by Patterson on the lack' -the check had been torn Carpenter Richard H Norton John 3 :

il.ii. r'esolu'.iotts of :Mr.\ C. LlIOl'. offered in the I has demonstrated the decided ma. ets were gone through. There were up. in two aid pinned together. Also two accounts Cole Joseph Nicholj Henry .r Florida

Senile of t the United States during the pro- Virginia; I wards of three hundred cases on the civil against! the Government for $82 each, certified by Cowell John G Norris WOriuond Leon County, S. S. Justices COdrt
ed.s1l jority of the Administration in that State, beyond yllexandor! Waugh, A. A. Q.. M., and bank! receipts Cohron James Grawwood F. Towle Attachment$3o.75.

. seat s( sin. They explain themselves. contradiction.: The unterrified commonwealth I trial docket, several important criminal cases, iiigncd one by Jacob Hart, the other by Ca\awoY! IIV Osgood Lieut n. Damages 5,0

31 The vote upon: their piss.igc: indicates too In the and five hundred and seventy-three civil writs John Clule. Also a certificate of Joseph II. VVal- Crowd Dr R H Oliver James J Vim E. WilJoy.
clearly to admit of doult, who in that body are is safe for Van Buren. kins!, a dis.charge.1 soldier of Company K, 2.1 1 1 lift. Cator Capt Saml B O'Brien Joseph II2Oakly THE defendant and all other persons interested',

his the fricIJs of the South, and of the Southern empire State, the Abolition Federal BankWhi.r I returned to this term. We learn that about Also several other |'npcrs of account, .;-c. A Coleman Edwin D Dan! W ae hereby notified of the institution of th

be five hundred of these writs were quashed, reward of 3100 will be given for tho thief and Carey Daniel Prour Lewis above alit, and are required to appear the 29th
States. There north shivered atoms
!; vas but one \\Vh> rote will be to
( g book and dollars/ fur Prilchard Miss day of 1840. at the office of William
by ," o pocket content, or fifty' Care Joseph 2 Caroline February
of Mas-m 4ixozsliuze: in favorof the pas. next fall. Old Pennsylvania, the key-stone owing to their having been served by a depu. either. Tho pavmeut of iho check has been stopped Casscls W H Peregoy Charles Milliard, in the city Tallahassee, Fla. and make

led sage of the Resolutions. The Harrison memo of the arch is true and fim ; and even Ohio, ty marshal not properly qualified. at the Bank. J.:'1. McINTOSH. Cabby AbrahamCus'.icll Parish J D their defence, if any they have on the said 29th
bT3 of the Senate from the North dodged, by April 25. I/RiO_40* Thursby H Peace ck! Howell day of .'e rury. F. TOWLE,
,lad leaving the Senutc. 1C veil :Mr. PUCSTON vi here Granny Harrison"; has his log-cabin, ctr: Gadsden Court commences on Mon- CAUTION.THF Calhoun Capt Thos J Perry Nathaniel B fob 8 2t 2 Plaintiff.

hat could not subtai.i! ; the Sunth on this most important the little Magician" will hear Old Tip"all day. { 'Subscriber having purchased all the Red Chaires Joseph C 2 parkhill Mrs Martha A Leon Superior Court.
Phillips S
;.d,) : qucMi'ji: -through a fear that it uiiglti hollow. Florida, if admitted., will throw OBI'I'uTinTNb T ICE. :&: on the ApaUcbicola Land Company Carmack Brock en L borough W or W I Row son Henry Gideon E Robert H. Berry and Joseph Attachment forDflwlirior -

-.ret: do harm" to hs: HaiiH.xi, ; : hopes.: If General; her three votesin the Republican scale. Purchase, do hvrtby forbid all and every personfrom Chair Mm Ann M Raferly Daniel trading, &c a I $159.94 in .
". [BY COLONEL DOWNING.] of such Timber said 'J3 ". Berry & y, ed
Harrison's iutrnat:: friends and advisers i -- --- ., cutting. any : on purC J W Rails Seborn 2 __Dowlag. lumpsL"t w
arcUt Calawav
:: --- -
ttcrith south trom i'cnsacoia, me nextspot The limber so purloined shall be seized, and the ; S T. l reo.'id, 10.. II $
Dr E
"coIning I Ciluendea ned .
heart opposed to the lights i if the South, n K I 0:::7" Arrived at Port Leon, on the 8th, which I would designate as a court trespassers prosecuted according to law by order I Randal Win William. E. Willty. ) tamable to next

is prcncd by this vote of the Senate. arc I went Luna Baker, 20 days from Bos- of the agent. JOHN R. LLOYD. CarppLel Maria Lieut 0 1'Dewett April 'Term.
Capt. Ranol
hat Brig house aud jail is St. Joseph's, situated on a nuyl 40 J. %V. IR WIN. Cuins defendant aud all others Intrted.are ,
the .It.liberty to j-upjio\ that the: General I Oa the 24lh April, in lat. 32 30 N. I the Gulf of Mexico John F Read Francis G : THE
himself will be found ibknown tOil. bay second to none on O Tbo ApalachicoJa: Gazette will give lhe Downer Mrs S L Rush Mrs IIariet/ notified of the sid suit .
at* against us ? A man long. 73 W., fell in with and boarded the except it be to Peasacola, aid by many deem. above .t in!>('rtiuIIIIJOd,: present the bill to this office. Dewey G Rl3ren James by attachment, and they are required ,to appear

by the company he keeps. But liar. schooner FULVIA of Baltimore cd superior even to that; it is connected by -' DISSOLUTION. Col l lV Sherman Lieut P \V and plead to the declaration filed in said case, according
rison's wreck of the DevJlort
jtosiiion is the{ to the stAtues in such case made and
beyond question on Miss A John L pro-
rEI I railroads with the important river of Apalachicola Eliz SUl1'tcr
abolition bide. arid took from the wreck her larboard stand firm of GORMAN, (HALL &. WHCATOX in vided. CHAS.S; SIBLEY.
running, with its branches, throughthe TnF.,'. ; dissolved by mutual consent ; and Durrio Oliv"r She wood James fe 22 30 3m for Plaintiff- '
HOT Again : Can the South tolerate the preten. ing-rigging.he wreck was on her beam. I agricultural States of Georgia and Ala. i all accounts and not UK of their, or of the lute firm Duvl Samuel H Shepard Lewis Attorney : .

sions of a man, who in his blind devotion to ends, swimming about four feet above water ; Lama. These railroads have been constructed of Gorman & (Hall will be settled: by either of time Damon Mrs SarAh Shepard John 2 Simon T'. ,'.or lAssumpmi.V3. 'AtUmcbmenl. .
!the Tariff, declared, lint rather than the parties', at their olj Und. These who have Unsettled Oorin John B S lye Benjamin L $225
TB* h hcrmasls:: standing, her bow.sprit gone, by individual capital and enterprise, which accounts are requested to call and settle the Dunl Ir E A Swaey U A William E. Willcy \ Sumons 500 d m.K. -
. fariffrepealed, he would prefer to know that from other appearanccsCaptain Baker thinks has exhausted the means of the citizens, and immediately. Eustis Alex B StecJ amel J Jssued SepJ. 19, 1840.

.os.JC. grass was growing in the streets of Charleston another vessel. The left nothing for public buildings. It is a placeof same WM. l'. GORMAN Easton Lieut S C SlrulHn MFurnetJW THE defendants and all others intercste. are
Illld Norfolk,and w ho said of the proclamationof she was run down by trade and CHAS. C. HALL. Scales W notified of the .id sail
and commerce, .
, iackon, that he deserved more honor boat.tackle was run down, and had every ap. great increasing GEO. It!. WIIEATON. Fisher I P Saxon ReV Henry by attachment, and they .are required t appear
and domestic und the shipping lists. and the filed said
plead to declaration in
foreign ; Frocdla nde Samuel ac-
for it, than for his splendid victory of New pcaranco that the bout had been lowered, and Uyeckly published in the public journal cf the May2. 1840 40LOOK Franklin AI Sanders edgwick J WFitzp.alrirk ording to the statutes in such case made cs.and pro-"

Orleans. A N ULLlFun. the captain and crew saved. The sails and of vessels AT TIllS.OT Cot R Siroman Jacob dd. J. D. WETT.jr. -
... .. .J''flj 1 >lace.-containing- a large. *proportion. -1 .. 'L ___ ; ICE I ICE !" ICE .. ;: L AI 4 Sin Jelary Joseph CS. .
boom were gone, wlncn) it tile vessel nuubeen from foreign ports, would astomsn you, wnen Forrclter ( 19 303m *
5. citizens ofTa'lahassee and others who Fuhl0t Zachrua Swig James e Attorney of Plain! ti{&.
reo LAWS 01NA'fIO\S. laying to, would have been so well so. told that the city could number but three or THE desire to be furnished) with this refresh Fraser 'le SliLbwick Luke

;8Id In the Senate of the United Statc Marah cured that they would have held to tho wreckas four years from its first establishment. Evento lug and wholesome urticll',%are notified that JOHNS. Furey Edward dmiih M C LEON SUPERIOR COURT .

13, the following resolutions, submitted by you, sir, who are accustomed to the mngic Riocs has opened an Ice House, which he will ns James A Street Nicholas William M.'Rajsdale! )AtUci ment fo$S<5TS. -
Mr. CALIIOC.V long as the masts. The canvass, reportedby keep ctn.taiilly filled! with fiesh supplies from Graham Archibald Sawyer
on the 4th ot the same month, of western towns, this would seem a Kimbal SummoJia for -
bop1pdI& vessel have been found in the Bostonduring the summer His store is opposite Gibson C M Slight 112
were taken up: another creation. Without a bank to William E. Willey.. )I ned Jan.28, .
of still more rapid Floridian: Office, Monroe street, Tallahassee Godmborough! Charles I Smith John C Returnable .
,uta. Rudtxd, That t iliip or vowel on the high aoi main-rigging, had no appearance having make it a bubble; without: a back country yet here lie may be found af all limes. between the Grand Johnson Skinner James. 0 next SpriagFcnmzi.Y'flIE

WI'1tbe ill time of peace, engaged in a lawful voyage is been occupied %y any one on the wreck. filled up; without a river, pouring the rroduee hours of4 A. M. and 8 P. M I.. and where Ice maybe Garkin Henry Tod John .L defendamt and of the all institution olheta inter.td.of said suit are.
tccordmj to the law of nations, under the excluwrejurmdiclion low of its market with hud at 'the lowest price. 39 ariI24! Robert S P A hereby notife
no abo into arival Tb"rsby .
!di. of the State to which her flag be. Tho vessel was swimming so part of the country ve ; Granger Lilt ad are required lo appear and -
epts.4 lOHg, II ifcoimtiiuiing a part of it* own lUmnin.Ktttlttd her could bo saved. Capt. B. is of town at the mouth of the river, from AN ORDINANCETo I Gamdsdn: Col James Tacker George plead to the declaration filed therein according t
Hunter Archibald tt S Tucker Rufus RHering
.J1 iII That if such ship or vowel khould bo whence it draws its internal commerce, it has, prohibit the selling of spirituous liquors to law. CHAS. S. SIBLET .
saved. 1
and crew were John Thornton Lieut B '
forced b that the captain blaves .frco and niulatoes, within the A 2 Feb 4th. 184023 3n AU'j Plaintiff. -
ktrej '.,f weather or i.ther unavoidable! opinion by its splendid bay, and the noble enterprise of negroes :' \Vml\l
the Tslluhansoe. HarisD Thombur,1
ClDIe,into tIM Corporation of City
port of a friendly: ,.lie would obstacles '
o 1I3iiig.;, ""or the flower its citizens, overcome these many to ordained the Intcndant and. hudson lamiiton ) ,Sarah TiiN: SUPERIOR
tame lawn, lose none" elf the rights, apiwiaiiiinf (- f Electiont.-Tho news from Virginia give Sec. 1. Bo it by COURT.
its tall
stands with limIt 3 Ujihitn E E I
its prosperity, and now Tallahassee, That front and Juhl.n Thomas < tI
" to her the Council of the City Om. } .
on high see but, on the con. small in the
\r" Ihe ; the Whigs probably a majority side and its smoking engines Ordinanre it shall Ham Henry 2 VII Douglas I \ Attachment -
e ce 7L and l her cargo, and on board, masts ort one after the passage of this not bo ,$389. .
persona !
Henderson S VitIiamns C C .
their property, tnd all tho right belonging to Legislature. Last year, it will be recollect.ed and groaning cars, on the other, ready and lawful: for any person-within .t the limits. of this City, Hargain M Dudley Williams Henry WilliamM-Kissaek, ) '
their personal relation established tho laws made tie-a the of competition 10 sell any spirituous liquors or strong drinks, ,in : Returnable to Spring Term, 1839. '
ot1ll0 ,a. by their utmost strength only a able to "go ahead" in race Harris Alexander, E, Walker Allen B
Stale to vhich less quantities than a quart, to any slave, free no- def ndant and other'
would bft under arc
they belong for' Mr. forward. Cot R B 2 Walker Eliaha. _< THE 'al bti
the refusing to vote with the most without written Houghton
protiitiion which the lawn, nili'ini extended few impracticable groe or mulatto, 'a permission % Mrs notified of I. suit .
'iiaf. 14 the lAafonul its undur auch eirrumalaoctf.r05rCe : Rives. The veteran of tho Richmond Enquirer Colonel DowNING' thus describes Apalachicola from their owner, guardian or employer of such Harriol Hawkins Wilson Charles ,Wilkins VjIiarns Cha'o\t yl aUacmtt aDc are required td'appear and :

Thil the brir Enterpriz, tvhieh wad of the 28th that sUve, free negro or mulatto1 for each and every Hon Wm p'ea ,loo filed tein"ardin t
states his Charles .
in :- HOl.1 .
"a d. Unavoidably by stream of weather into I'ort paper sale so mad under the penalty of being fined not I Huo\man\ Wale James D.. ESTCO .
, IDliltoll' Bermuda Wind,wblli on n lawful voy- the aggregate of the popular vote i in the "So it is wivh.Apalachicola, its neighbor exceeding fifty dollars, and.not Ion than-twenty. Josiah 'Watson Feh 4th,'1830' ,f,3n t .
Hoeth Mhs R C
L ace on.tbe shows the mouth of the river of the five dollars, one-half to the Informant, and the Wilamlo1de .._ 1La : 4
high' **" from ono pad of the u"ion lo State in favor of the Administration, and rival city, at Franci. Wigins ; -- -- -* \
'ulilher,, comes wiihin, the l principr! embraced in That same name, at which there is a port of entry! other half for the use of the Corporation. I Uward'J 'Wihliamaon Wm Richard R. MiddteDia1ricli rFor&
1.0say,. lb.7 ""going rci0ntioo| ; and that the seizure and them iu a, majority of about 0000. steamboat und shipping trade,a United 8e .And be it further ordained,That it shall be Hams nardl.! Morgan Wilesa Miss Adsiase'Hairiion : S \y 'pim ldLosisuperior.isurt :

ettlllioQ( of the 'roel'on boaid by the local Virginia is safe for Van 'Buren, we have no a large court-house and'no jail." the duty of the City MarshalUf shall have good i Iquetious Rot William.A, hnst, admr.1 I 8pri f term.I84a ,."
fe t >ntiei of the Inland, was an act in violation of receive the reward States court, but no cuue to suspect this ordinance violated by any IU Charles R t Wbltakr C of aland-aingnarthe) ; By '
IbIJ.w. of nation, aud highly unjust to .oar'cill. doubt. Wm. C. Rives may Called censed retailer of the Cityto report the same to the HOft &L D. %VUIILmI Robert goodaandeffectaofRta-;. iUmeat-Aa.
Zt. whom they hill by an election to the Senate It is said a Harrison meeting: was Intendaht and the City Council who shall,at their: HaluoM" dec.BOfldiiI -' .
belong. of treason, James M Wyatt Wnzflenderien !,JH.y. : :.
Mr. Apalachicola a few days since, and proved discretion, havifoll power to cau.o the,license,of Harrison .
CAXUOUK submitted hw views will find himself occupying Edward W aefendiit
Ien at next fall I, where he much retailer to be forfeitedand preYenth ima Her Notce.-Te ,'ada-QIh inUr.
*.on the resolutions which will be despised failure. any He"ln,Win, W CbsiEHojtkbnczer n ..D
,;.., ,.( pub.11ed the miserable situation of being a graz$1ngof any other license to such person, for Matthew' .
the abofe
$ *t toy-tu\y dayVend) after' some're. whom he has Had such_ _a,meeting,taken, place...at St. such length of time II may ReID to. them fit IndPoohftA : wpoc of 1111 bfatt ihroetrt; and are required\
marks from by all parties;,even those -but >O.". .. ./ .. .. Jafl William ,rJrul.C .t tp appear and plead declartUotflW had:(
I Me sr .OBCHBT.and Kw' I How Josepbwe-sbould have felt frightcned- -- .... Jac ,., 10 %laststit&1 h _
00 i eot.tgbtto sthebybia treachery. many in Airil 18th. 1840- b1. '.. ..yap .t'attdr C.. 4.
0 otiCHior. Mr. Kino, reaolatiooi: tboMarthaloF the District of(Apolachicola.is Pa.c, Cuci.THOMP30N InlendanLAttst .--..: .. .. miA o .

. 41 fe fJ.lto; .JJotnmittw on Foreign I men has ambition ruined.*:vnot rtgulated-. '-principle, II too cunning:for:that*: 1 -JiMe* 1 B"anCI.r .1 :,; t., nay l i' .:.j:4' ,. JIIP .SEARCY, P 6!; Ta..f Fe. I .2. t'r '

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I :: 4 PROFESSIONAL I Notice --- Book BiBdinffi 'PABTNEBSHIP. IoELA :0'

_! ._- _' _. NOflCES.rN HE n1Mn., having sold their- stock J of THE obeeriber will continue t above balD H.K. FRANCIS LEV HA&T'entered H y ,B Raymond: .'

xTc. J. WCANTa. A. hereby request all per- at the S. W. Corner Washington W1 into Co-partnership li January, 1840, under 'F .. I;
I. u _, .".aJ.au p to &beJI. Attorney' endCotamOar at Leas, BQJU i indebted to then, to call and settle t same, Square and Munr Stt and having a complete the style of FUiC& HART. at the old,'sund 1 tr

p. Jp p pi Ltoj. CcBntj Court, ILL practice ia the Coorta of the Middle by cash er note, immediately,, o the win b assortment of the Pipr. b i. now of W.. H. FcVA.H. FRANCIS wtyof Jbu.3icx, .m aegr..utt, t.

for leltcre ef disnlssieej u administrators of the ee. District and in the Court of Appeals. Office lop an attorney collection.P. enabled to manufacture every description _Feb. 1 2 HART on Duiel beck, .. uoa .,
fate ef Joor A. WJUJCT, deceased. late 9* .id _at Tallahaeeee) Fla. tf april 16, 1840W H. 8W AIM & CO: suitable for Banks Public Office,Merchants w the jail of said CruI 'iebawe

jwrnty.l LADPT WILLEY' 8 Marks, april 4.1840 36 3m and other In single or complete seth t AdRUuton'Ifode. offlap., made b. front.3fe %f
h t
WM..PONDEL, Law Notice Ded. Reord. ad Docket Books, and all other ALL persona to the eslate of Hcaa and. new at ap fe, :.

tU448O '21 Administrators.ss R L. HOUGHTON having retired from the STAGE LINE Blank Books used by County Courts can be obtained deceased,of Leon. county are hereby Now, knew ye,that I, Roazar *

K.uee.g profession for the present year, bit DDhsbocl F Coa Go, to Apalaclicola, Fla. at .hort 'aolc. ruled and bund in any style I notified lo make immediate payment; and al th I. Governor Florida, by Lo -

tt an.t I&J II apI, to the 1+ basinese will be closed by his partner Wat. 'Post,Conches. raird equal or any having demands will pnntbem to the Yte ia me by law, do YI offer .a a..

eC.Jttr.. County H. Surra, Esq a gentleman on whose capacity Particular attention will be be"duly attested,. for settlement. Two Hoadred' rn.
in > D
IM *vwmJWWH.V .fl
fro tile Admin for bunnees clients safely rely. Those inclebted paid to re.bindingold .Magazines ESTHER B.ROSE, Adm'x.J.T.DEVAUN.AdmV. .
a final Mttlemett *$.$* ure may Bokl. !ew.papn. for Uie ot the said
fsiraorskif of HowaaB deceased. to him for professional services will make Pamphlet, plain or apph.ni fugitive, aaiLf.
BENJAMIN BARRO.X, payment_ to Mr. Surra alse. 3t ma 6 3t 'M ornamental! binding, or to match patterns. Paper March !I, 1840. 3 safe officer of the custody of of any jailer er.tW\'
Territory ioricia
?n 11 JBfO 23 Administrator.ft Vk ruled for Bil. LUer 4-0. ,
JOHN P. DUVAL, H. .I. good assortment of Blank, NEW ITIILL1NERY AND DRESS take charge of him. a'll1

3dC $' Coartu ATTOKMKT LAW Ala: Books, Letter and 'Vrtlnr Paper,ruled or plain,of MAKING ESTABLISHMENT. The said BILL, alia.JACK, I aboat ire

Di.a8. Mathers, ) la attachment. WILL practice in the courts .f Middle and the! best ouality. paper ef every decription.I THE undersigned most .ptfuUy'inrorm. bii;has large eyes, &ID..visage, a scar *"t
> Amount f.60. Florida and Court of Appeals. flea 'ONLY 30 HOURS Stage travel from Colotn- \ orders thankfully received and promptly at Ladies of lbt a cut on his wnsu dr.a
QChapio. S SLL denee near Gen. Brown's. .to New Orleans,in splendid Coaches, I te to. P. HAYWARD.. she has opened a house in the above lne. on Mon I'by band.cat. one ear pierced for a ,

A person interested are hereby notified of Jan 25 26 I n a level and beautiful road along the banks o Tallahassee, ] -tf roe street, and between the stores Ir.. Franc I'Iar leg jai below the knee;Ij al
Chattahoocbee River. .rather and
and Messrs. Gorman Hall where ; liht very short ] hie .
1.*.the,fcjtjtctJen of the above suit by attachment *
.e bop.
8. W. Carmack A medicos A. LOng DAYS OF DEPARTURE- Cotton WeiKhlnc. !'s which causes .i
issued oat of Justice Bible's Court returnable on from a atrie attention to the business, ) a a limp in h gajt
From Columbus, on Tuesdays and Friday., at subscriber, appointed Weigher of Cotton. share ofpublic under my hand, '
the third Saturday in March inL and art required ATTORNEYS AT LAW THE patronage. 'a seel./
the last
6 A. M.Frm of an act at sos-
passed Territory, this
o'elo. Feb 15 tf MRS. M. A. "
to appear and plead alb. law dirccta.WM JIATIIERB.March TALLAHASSKB, FLA. I Chan.booee, on the same days and same sion of the Lgilatiye.Councl., respectfully .n- 2 CLARKE @G'Y1 sighMen t.eIYiio.
H practice in partnership in the Superi time of tho rar to weigh Colton Copartnership. of f
Plaintiff. WILL U. S.Afail Boat from form lha pro city
Slli subscribers hue this formed TaUahal.
1840it of the Middle and Apalachicola A Apalachicola lola nd meting Fort Gainu. either iu this city or a the Railroad Depot.- THE day a c ROBERT RAYMOND
? Justice's. Court.Deaniephea Districts, and in the Court of Appeals. Their I Persons desirous of.going from Columbus, Ga. His scales are manufactured at the same place ns al Port Leon, under the name By the Governor O.

> In ATTACH-iicr- office is, for the present, in the new court house. to New Orleans, will find this by ra the cheapest those used by the United Stat generally, and &of COMMISSION Miller & Rowle*. to carry en tho STORAGE J. I'CuT Secretary of Florida,
Dee 21 20 and most likewise by the of cotton in the city of buinel.
well and
Amount $som. I epdilioull. I .the safest have large and commodious mach 3
WilharnViIeY.! $ Dr. Benjamin K. Taylor mOt comfortabe as it intersects the great New York and have been examined ty the Inspettor They a warehouse .
I for the of merchandize and
persona interested are hereby notified of FFEUS hi. professional i services to the citi. Brus.ick Florida Line at Chattahoochee, of scales and weights or said city and pro* storage cotton; and Wabes"ewell,4.< -
o attention and
ALL. above soil, by attachment issued out of I zen. of Tallahassee and its 't'irinit,. Office I making a travel of but 30 hours by stages throughthe ed correct. Price of weighing 10 cent. per bale. hope execution, by s'rie oforders promj Iness in the THE Soblb ) .
givesatisfactiontoall who ?
Justice Sibleyt court, returnable on the third eat. aJ hip father's residence the north fide of Wash I whole route. Time from Columbus to Mobile, D. M. SHEFFIELD Weigher of Cotton. business to theis very .
Hrda/ in March next; and are required to appear ington Square.Tallahassee. S hours. Tallahassee, Oct. 12. 19. f may entrust G cae.EO. assortment of hui

and itea'd. as the law directs. 30th Nor 1839 1 For I the Proprietors, CoPartnerhip.IIE Refer to- JOHN MILLER A dry, Plated Ware,.SJlver.

DEN.XIS SHEA, WILLIAM cADY.Chattahoochee ) tobribn day entered into I Messrs.BeUon & Fisher ROWLFS. Spns. Cutlr. etc...y
Feb. 2?, J 840. 30' Plaintiff. Charles S. Sibley, January ,Q. 1810. 2 If "'UI Co-Partnership under the firm of Bzaar & .* Berry it Dowling, .' ; .I. 0 his usaal

Jossph F.C. Herley Lenn Superior Court, OFFERS his professionalservices as Attorney For Sale, DOWLINO, R. II. BERRY. Po.t Leon, Feb. I. 1840 31 terms. He will receive new

1'8. } Spring Term ].O. at Law, in the collection ofdebts HANDSOME 1 LIGHT BAROUCHE with Jan. 1 l-2i. 6t. JOSE PH BOWLING Valuable lands for Sale.THE WATCH supplies durimr time wiatsr

W, WiJley! Attachment $344.90. 4in Middle Fl'iridi. He will attend all harness compl e or two horses, by I higiiesl premium, will be paid for Notes o subscriber having a greater quantity of attended to with REPAIRING much
the Courts in Middle Di I ability and .
Damages $1000. he %trict. l'ortLeon.Fcb.8. WM. M'.NAUfiHT.A a prompt
Bank Stale Georgia or Augusta Florida than is desirable for his own cultivation as at shop in the Southern
Office in Munroe Streetin any conntrv.
the rI
defendant and all other persons interest. building formerly NOTICE. I Life and Trust Company North and SouthCarolina I affers for sale three valuable! plantations! -one,situated Ian 3 FREDERICK
THE are hereby notified of the institution of C\Ccupied by Wm. Wilson as a Book ture. To the Slotlkoldert: of the U3io Bank / Florida.O Banks, or daft on Northern Cities, in I on Black Creek, about thirteen miles east I TOWLE.

'n. above suit, and are requested to appear and Tallah.is.-te; May 12th Ib38. 40-tf fHE following amendment to the charter of immediate application e to from Talahauee. containing thirteen hundred RATIEBS OINTMENT. -

plead. 19 the decUralipn filed in said case. DAVID S. WALKER -'U. the Union willta. in force for BERRY & DOWLING. or acres, are in a high' state of cultivation A N efecua core for T.tlr. RiDI-wo.hi
JOHN P. DUVAL and after the UankofForda.. ode 4 L. A. THOMPSON. the residue mostly rich hammock land, with ctaneu. eruptions. Prepared only.
Jan. 30th, 1840. 27 Attorney for Plaintiff. ATTORNEY AT LAW, $C. "An act to amend an act entiled act to incor- all the necessary farm houses and outbuildingsIhe J4cob Ratier, Baltimore. For sale by ,

U- WILL practice the Courts of the Middle District the subscribers to the Union Bank. of Flori KIRKMAN; ABERNATHY. fc HANNA. crops raised upon this plantation have not been aug 1 If RANDOLPH I LEWIS.A .
Territory of Florida. of Florida. His office isthe firtt room te the right poral Commission merchantsNeto surpassed by any in the country. Another about

fluntingtcn, Tiffany 4- Ellwcil \ Superior Court over J B. Bull's torem Tallahassee where he may a.Sec. 1. Bo it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Orleans. the same distance northeast from Tallahassee, 8O Plantation Acres of &Land for Sai .

U. F for al ways found. Council of the Territory of Florida That if Refer to R.K. Call. and Henry Bona. :ontaining about 700 acres, of rich oak and hickory Township lil'lin Leon County.
Butler James Aldrich Leon ,
Henry > Range
4r County
merchant 4-c., trading under V In attachment. I Dr. A. M. RANDOLPH i any stockholder! who .heretofore, or may hereafter Jnn. J 1839. 24tf land ; with 60 or 70 acres in cultivation ; and the lands. of Capt. Lester. norlhst adjonMer

Jhe firm of Butler & Aldrich.TilE I I AVING located himself Tallahassee, offers obtain a Joan upon the pledge of stock, a.contemplated NATHAN'S HOTEL. another in Hamilton ccunty about ten mie from 250 Icre. cleared and under& Maj L.ab
is in the the! Suwannee Springs 2000 ..Ihu '
his the section of the i
professionalservices te public.He
twenty-ninth subscriber containing the premises
defendants not residing within the Ter takes the liberty of informing on a dwelling House, hou
and within is to be found at the office of Dr. J. H. Randolph act to which this is an amendment,shall neglect to THE friends and the I aces a small part in cultivation, with farm houses Barnes, Stables Gin house Screw n"lr !
hot having an attorney public thai be aud all
on Monroe Street.Jtfay renew or pay up hu stock note; for the of generaly. &c. land U of superior : for the culture -
; the ,same to whom notice of taking a drpooitionjCan 'pace 3 purchased the House as the of qualy ry buildings. Any person winning to purchase..
SB after
42 days the shall sea cotton.
have become
be fit notice is hereby given in conformity I same due. FLORIDA HOUSE,.Quincy, which under husuperintendance I i"I.Hd .I can examine the Land, aud by MI
shares Also tract of 400 the calling my
shall be forfeited a acres, at natural
so pledged to the bank and
to tbe statute in such ease made and pru\'idc.l.thltt L.A. THOMPSON & T.1I. IIAGNER. has undergone thorough repairs, bruter. J.I.Vicker*. .b linessf
: It he dt'f_ltionlorViJlilm W. Amy- CantlandeT. ATTORNEYS AND UNSELLORS AT any premium that may be received from the sale and in which he is now ready to receive and enter on I the SI.lJab,this about 11 I miles south; cast of 11-! and is :ullnriJed wIi co"lra-t, fur time sam '
thereof shall tract is rich
accrue and be added the lahulee ; a
Wixen. and John Ainslie will be taken at the LAW.Tallaha8su surplus lain; to the be.tofhil ability all who may favct r aluvia Terms one and rars.
profits ofthe bank. upon it there i is also ;i fine mill seat, -
office of William H. Maxwell. Florida Commissioner him with their patronage. greater JAMES VICKERS
in the city of New York on the first Saturday Florida. Sec.2. H further enacted That it shall be the To those who know him he deems unnecesta water power than auy AlcJilIe. Florida.' Thomasvillc, Aug. JS 1830. tf
'. ILL practice in tlie of the of These land will be sold
SuperinrCourts duty of director*, when share ai moderate priccr, and ---
in April next to be read as evidence in ths may ry to make promises with regard to the manner it -
pass afgrwajd. Y" Afildh and Apalachicola Districts cf Florida be forfeited a aforesaid, to proceed to sell the arne which the House will be kept. To all others. he reasonable credits, and if dcsirabe! the purchaser DISSOLUTION.ThIE .

THOMAS BALTZELL, and in the Court of Appeals. at public outcry to the highest bidder,before the banking h only to call and judge for yourselves can have Union Bank Stock upon a part of theurchase. i / Copartipr-hi| hertlotore exiting under
say I
f ftb ?S, 1840. 81 Atl'y for PI'ft' Business entrusted to their care will meet with house in the city Tallahassee, after giving ten 1 you find him,to speak of him. a p \ fill A DEN. Ji the firm afWaddel. Randolph &Lewis, is
; I prompt attention. Cm 12 days notice by publication in all the papers published ISAAC NATHANS. Dec z 21 I 'lit* ,hy dissolved by mutual consent.

SO Dollars Reward. Law Notice. in Tallahassee,of the time and place of sale: Q.uincv.April33 NEW GOO D'S j i I W. W. :

of Co-partnership hitherto existing between and the purchaser thai!, within ten days thereafter subscriber has received per the I J. IL WADDL.

U.VAWAY the subscriber from in Plantation Gadnden county THE '. P. DUVAL and \V N. H. BROCK- execute to the bank tho bonds and mortgages nee CHEAP HOUSE, SIGN AN THE ,just arrived from Liverpool, a Ihil'l I B. c. LEWIS.

ENBROUGH, has been this day dissolved by mutual cewary to constitute him a stockholder, and be ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, GLAZING did assortment superfine broad dottic,consisting t Tilhlrassee.: Augnstl3 1 139.
L 1 Two Negro Boys, consent. subject to the same rules, regulations and reotriction and Paper Hnngingr. of the following colors : T The bUliDe. < by lie

v i named George and William. George WM. H.BROCKCNBROUGH will continue to .and be entitled to the same rights, privilege, Blue black wool dyed. hers, under the firm of RaMdolph 4- Iub.e.
left on Sunday morning last, is about 22 and immunities as 'arc to an THE undersigned most respectfully informs the settle the affairs of the Lwi.
reside; at Apalachicola nd practice in the A pala.chcolOL guaranteed orilina of Tallahassee and vicinity, that he. Black. do. d\ ;i former partnership
of stout made rather a down. stockholder that the sale and .
: ,
ycars age, Invisible
: H.
; J.
. District the
and DOLPH.
County of Leon, and the is prepared to execute, in the neatest manner, R..N
, % east luuk when spoken to, fiddles with hi*left hand Court of o shares .hal not operate to direst the bank of any any Sea aug 1" it'B.. C. LEWIS.
Appeal rogularly, and in J eflerson and of the above branches short notice, and reln.Pahla.light
and once belonged to Mr. Harvey, and had plenty Gac'sden specially employed. I len may have had en the property of the which will induce those a wanting work done a to price give:: bronn, NOTICE.
Pl" cjoihiog, defaulting stockholder; but the same shall remainbound ,
Tallahattee. '
k. William is about 25 years of age six feet high 20th. Ii3,. | for the security of any debt he may owe the him a cl. Country enters promptly attended to Blue and indigo blue. THE Subscriber ha! just received and offers

his; kners rather bends back when standing erect, LEGAL NOTICE. bank, whether a payer, endorser or, surely until mixed N. of all coiors read) prepared, and Which he will make up to on'er in the best and sale low fo cash Gentlemen's black
t has a pleasant countenance and reads and writes Thomas Baltzell and Walker Anderson Attorneys the same shall have been fullyntilfed. for use. T. B. CLARKE l latest stylo fashion. As the clothj have been I vcr and Kusit Far IlaU, Gentlemen's as

t well. It U supposed he wi/i make for North Car. at Law will practice in copartnership in th. JOHN Cashier. Feb 15 29 If purchased expressly for this market, they will bound B-y,Caps, Travelling Trunks do. Bags;Tjav _I

1ina. Superior Courts of the Counties of Jefferson, Leon March H. 1839. 32r ph F.C. Harley.A -'e uperor Court, f as good as y of Britain's boasted IUftr ling Valeeses! an.l a good a.sorlmen ClothsC as
I will give |25 for each if secured so I can get Gadden. Franklin, Calhoun and ]Jackson am To of Sarah Harley, J Term 1840.vs. I. any DENNIS SHEA .'I in J ready mad Cloljn; .

them, and all reasonable charges raid for their delivery in the court Appeals at Tills lianee. George lUUcbel Attachment $462.58. No. 4, Berry's Row. L CARLTON.
at the plantation or to me in Tallahassee. Address of Thome Baltzell Apalachicola. Formerly of Motcombe, County o W. E. Willey. L Damages $1000.. May 18. 18 9. 4lif. 'ran.II.n. Nov. 2l 18J9.
R. K. WEST. Address of Walker Anderson, Tallahassee. Dorset, Englan o t his next of kin. defendant and all other I ____ .

April 11. 1840. June 15.1839_If OTICE given, that if the said THE arc hereby noticed of persons the intereat of! NEW GOODS. Boot Mannfactor.

ADELPHI HOTEL. CABINET MAKING. 1 George Mitchell, M>II rf Thomas and AnnMitchel the above suit, and arc requested to and THE undersigned have received by recent ar THE subscriber now prepared to manufacture

nndcrsigned king purchased from Gen. subscriber thankful of Motcombr, aforesaid, is now living 01 plead to the declaration filed in said case sppcar*. .,and opened a their Mores Nos. J &2 work in hialinr.at fair prices, and haying
THE BaowN, that well known crlaUishrnent **l4'9t.: : THE favour ben ded. should have left any personal represents JOHN P. DUVAL, Berry's Row. agcncral and w dt|I asonIed! en,1.Ifiyed| a number of the bet workmen from
Rerpcclifully r
past tlif of New
ires in America, he or they may hear of something Jan. 1840. Fall and Winter consisting in rily Yor\, giving them the highestWJ2CY
in the of part (
called the City Hotel city Talla.hisoee. ; informs the citizen of I 3h Attorney Plaintiff. Gds. and determined
his their either to supply a article
to or Bagging Rope.Linse)1 good
advantage by applying ,
have opened the house under the title of Tallahassee and vicinity that HULL'S e
:air Skin and
letter and Morocco lie trusts la receive
undersigned I
personally or by post paid us Kersey's
(he Adelphi Hotel. They are now making import T [2 ri he continues to the t Vegetable
carry on within three months from the date hereof Pnlmonar Whither Duffil and twilled Blanket patronage of those who consider the
ant Improvements and repairs and will have by the Cabinet Making btixinen in : The reputation of whic. of the
Should be able to send a certificate of becumee.tablisLo. *, manufacture. Repairing
-. any person
fall exlcncive Brick Building erected all its at the old stand I tbe most
ensuing an variety .fe cfcaCIOn remedy done
; ho said George Mitchell's death moderate remuneration Lowell NOB. Oznaburg.Hel'y ne.tyand

the they will be able to accommodate ofBlr's and Ribolds ever for I&2
pa prpperty whereby eppoVileCol. discovered promptly.FREDERICK
will be paid. The said Geo. Mitchell if Broganr. FILM.
this in a where he r Influenza, Colds, Asthma Uu&t
visiting L Wyatl's Coughs
r strangers county Store l Whoopinjr Pc'- 21
living is about 44 of He Rich Brussels and Scotch
satisfactory manner. The Public may d"lend"pon I will bo happy to receive; orders from his friend.and I from England about years 15 Ierlinc.afB ad emigrated the I ant Cough. Spiling of Clood and all affections of t !., Wilton and Tafted CupeL.Brulsel. Rugs -. -- ,
.v attention to their comforts. the Sideboards Buresu'sand furni- i the Notice.
ry public generally.
l letter rce ived from him was dated New York Fashionable brass Fenders, aud
JOSEPH CROSKEY made in fashionable and a presenting this useful remedy the Co-Parnershipderetofoieexistingin'tbe:
lure of every description; a IN public THE
on the 25th of June 1836, in which letter he n.t Carved And-Irons, of
DAVID F. WILSON. and reasonable and proprietor author wed from be'iag
substantial manner on terms I by a Physician TEWART. BARlARD.
an intention of to the West Floridas I Mahogany & Mantel Glasses, li olcd the
Tallahassee. April 3d, 1840. 36 he hopes by strict attention to business to merit pressed going I whom the recipe was confidentially obtained, to Gih.framN i >$ by teath partner, all
the States Feathers
or to Western to setle. state that he has used Malrals Bcds'eld". pers ns indepted It fins are
and receive a liberal share ofthe patronage .f the it himself,and in his extensive reqius-'ed to make
F. For Sole or to Bent Dated this 10h of Shaftes-' With of choice Groceries.
{ day October 1839.a practice in affections with a general assortment i immediate settlement/ and all having claims will
FOR the prevent year. section 8, (Lafa e public. JACOB BLESS.N. bur,.in the County of Dorset England. i effect. The Pulmonary happy combination, of astonishing Hardware and Cutlery Staple and Fancy Drj please present the 'ame.EBAR.RD.lr.SuniiD.
situated 4 miles North of Tallahassee vegetable Goods ,,
) HANNEN & UUTTER. fine Boots and Shoes. Hats and Cap
on the Georgia Road, on which there are B. All kinds of furniture repaired on reasonable Any further information can be Slcitor.Ja. substances, .' which it is entirely composed Crockery and Glass Ware Pickles, Catsups Jet Talaaqee ; Partner. .
a peculiarly adapted to diseases 1 49tf
abotyt t.80 acres of cultivated Land well fenced in.Apl.ly terms. B. Gamble & Co. Tallahassee. 22 jin 4 of Lungs l lie Jams,Syrups&e.
to F.GERARDIN TsHslnssee Sept. 7th, li3'lfNOTICE. Liver, and Stomach. All! of which offer tVniclics, Silver Ware
| they on accommodating term- .ewelr Ac.
BULL & CO. Have received f This medicine been used
just very extensively,
4 38 Port Leon. JB. and their usual low
ap ship Geneva, and other arrivals, a general and the proprietor has not known a lingl instance al prices. D AUSTlNJr.&cO.
DISSOLUTION. Citizens of Tallahassee are requested to assortment ofthe tnostfashionaUc style of i in which it failed in giving diseases JAMES E BROOME& Co. S have removed to the
TilE and their! lots and back black mixed and Cloths blue'l for which Tallahassee, Nor. 9" l8.9. lof store rmerly occupied by
Co-Partncrrhip heretofore existing be up keep yard ,brown fancy it is recommended ; even in cases ap- ?
THE n the Subscribers in tne Tallahassee! clear of filth! and ruboish. The Corporation Carts: Festings, &.c. which they would be plensed to makeup proaching to consumption attended with Leather, Lime and Hair. I 10 A :: X WmHWlat.&Co.h.
Exchange is this day dissolved hy mutual consent will go round the City on Wednesdays and Saturday for their customers. They having been elect, forjthe Lungs, and where all other bleQin HE Subscribers have cmistainly on hand a : a -
The business will be closed by J. G. Williams I *, and it in requested that all litter and rubbish with great care from the latest New Yoik Importations (ailed.the most decided and flattering success has -a- complete: assortment LKATHFIRsuitable: !' f. J.' ortmcnt of articles 4.

,who is duly authorized to nettle the came. be collected and deposited on the street", early on ,cannot fail Ito please the mOl faslidieus.IIEIPY attended its use. Common colds, which are generally for Gin Bands, H.rcss. C.irri.ige Top, lion's ao! their line, such a
J. G. fFILLUMS the morning of those days, and on no other days in MADE CLOTHING.Superfine the effect of obstructed perspiration, will 1 Shoe&c. Also I constant supply of LIME and Gold.Lever, Anchor Cvleo-*

. April lit 1840. WM. W. TAYLOR. the week, The warm weather having set in, th:II black,blue,and fancy colored drab coats, yield to its influence in a few hours; when used in r HAIRfor Plastering : .?ll of which, they offar ler and Virge Watches;"Rings as DiamondOnyx
propriety of such an arrangement is manifWl to all 1 Frok' do.Superfine. Hoarseness! Wheezing and shoring of l low furcash, or in exchange: for hides,at their TanYard. Ruby Garnate. Je.; rrhu. .Diamod

TALLAHASSEE EXCHANGE. who have regard fur the health of the city, and it i blue, black, brown, drab, and mixdOnroatl. : breath gives immediate relief, procuring ]] BROWN &GALBRAITH. Mosaic, Cameo; Enamelled painting*. 0
T HESub'lerll returns his thanks to his friend I is hop d that the citizens generally will comply Pilot cloth, do. Beaver do.Mohair do:1I. rest and site,". In whooping cuugh. it i tranquil without Tallahassee, .An%. .1 I I I-t' l-tf Filligree Work. Ear Ri"sad Pins; SilverWare.
for the liberal patronage bestowed upon this I with the above regulation. Blanket do. a rival. It operates by gentle expectoration, and 'neh as Te Set.Table and Peserl Fwks; dpoons.
establishment and informs th.m ihat he is nfill; By order of the City Council Fine, Hack and cass. Pants, Fancy colored Jo. i may b given t infants with perfect laf ly. JAMES Notice to Cotton IMPROVED Planters. : Cup*.Silver PIll.d Candle Stick*, die Baskets,
prepared serve all those who call upon him with A. E. H.JRRI Buckskin Plaid.& Ib Je.1 do.Span led Dorskin do 1 l'oraleby RANDOLPH LEWIS. CaslornTea SvU, Coffee Ujii. ard Spoon*; Cutlery
f ha best the jnarkel affords. His table is well apiil 18 38 City Marshal. Common Cass. of al colors,fine blue,mixed, _jii2S 26 & Guns and Pistols Cane*. Astral Lamps. 3Ian
TAKE this method of
provided. ana the bar stored with) the choicest I ; and Fancy Saltinett do., I informing the Planters lie Clocks, Fancy Goods, fcc.
AMES B.GAMBLE and his brother .:GRAT- NOTICE.DURNG that I have established a in O.uinry.lor All of which invite their
Wine 'nd LJqnon. Persons can be accommodated Kentucky Jensd. .ot they fiends and lie
TAN GAMBLE have this day sssociatcd io my ibscnce from Florida. Barton C. the purpose of urnishing- the Carticles public Co cull
at all hours with meals and at the Double and single breasted Cloth vests, Superlne i. examine. '
business at the old stand GAMBLE & REID, under f Monliccllo, is and attorney. made on the last improvement. The improvement Nice watch
shortest nCll ee. He respectfully solicits a eonliu- black silk Velvet do. Plain black and blue Sa my agrnt repairing personally to
ua nee of public favor. the name and stylo of JAMES B. GAMILE & Co. do. Fine figured do. fancy figured do. JOHN F. TUCKER. is. in the rib* which wear out_ first Dee 21 2 auenie
April !1.1840 J G WILLIAMS. They ask the same liberal share of public patronage Colored Valentias. of superior quality Fancy jan 18 26 When the ribs wear out at the place where the I -

Fresh Seeds. benlowed on the late firm.JAMES Silk do-o? cloth Velvet,-Fair fancy Thibet- For Sale, teeth pajis through a new set can be obtained in Lands Cpr Sale.

GARDEN, Herb and flower seed] B. GAMBLE coloieJ silk Velvet.-Fancy figured do.-superior two Horse Sulky Wagon. five minutes hy simply sliding the breast a quarter P URSUANT to previous notse'i'. the Apalichicuia -
s. ONE
KITCHEN lot of Bulbous Flower Roots, all J. tATTAN GAMBLE. quality and latest style cut silk Velvet do. ono Hone da do-with l.arnese &c. cf-an. inch, and putting a .edge under each ride of Land Company how off-r fur aale and
warranted fresh. Jan 4, 1840 22 A superior quality of Ldit Cloth, Merino, mp leic. WM. H. FRANCES the Gins which wi give a new set of ribs as good entry the following Pine Lands ia Leon Ceunly.

,, A (ewoLumesof Gardeners missis.fanl To Planters. Thibet, and Damask c NoSlli. 1839 ak the first, and on, until they are worn out i.. In Town -Range 1 East, sections 7,16.
Bngeman's SCREWS received the Schooner Children German Lye or six places.I IS, 19,23. 36 and nusold
by Jackets and Pants. 2.!3.3. fractions
l. full IRON
giving direction for the culture of fruit'rcgstable
and flowers. Just received arid for sale Hinkey, from Baltimore arc HOW ready Merino Cravats back Italian silk do, superfine las Liniment wi keep constantly on hand Friction Ro r in IctioDS 14, 15.17 and 24-
*' forfdelivr/ the paymentoflhe same. Apply to willed do. A folo. !distress Gins Box Gins, which I warrant to please in In Town 3 Southrange 1 East-.seieiiona 124.
by .RANDOLPH & LEWIS. June 22 f .1..R BETTON. LnnC'n and silk Pocket Handkerchief-. ing complaints, established \ York.ad I every respect, or no sale. My price for Friction 5. 8, I I. Vt. 13.14.15!23, 2- and fractions 0(
Dee- 14 19 KICE. COltn and woolen shins and drawers. Cloth do..r used in our principal Hospitals and by eminent Roller Gin is $4 per saw; and for the Box Gin $3 and 10.Ia .

Leon Academy. Sale 30 Tierces be.t Charleston RICE at Boys do- doCnildrensdo. Meilical men with the greatest possible success per saw. Persons wishing to buy Gir.s for their Town 2 South, rng2Eut-alo.3.1

THE Trustee of Leon Academy announce to FOR Mark.,or Port Leon by1101fF Oakland Philadelphia made superfine Boots. (externally) in the following compiainls. nut crop would do wol to call and examine those 31, and fractions of 192 3

Publie, that they have engagod Mr.ncrmx & M'LLER.: Negro clothing of all descriptions.Buekley'ssuperfine For the Piles, I Tightness in the chest, Gins. Al orders wi aUeudeJ lo with prompt. In Town 3 Sout.rng 2 -sections 6,7
and Dr.Mooac to take charge of the Male] Philadelphia made fashionable For all Dropsy I especially in children. ness. and fractions S 29.In .
Department of the Scbool just established by them ELLIOT'S CORN Cl'RE.R. Fur Hats. I Tender Feet Fool Ulcers of the legs, Old Gins repaired at the shortest notice, and in Town I South,range 1 West-sections 2', iO

;fnlniscily.The B ELLIOTS PLANTER has teen usel with Mens fine silk, woolen, Merino, and Cotton Ho Sere throat by Cancers or other fungus sores, the best .tle 31, 333, 34 and fractions of I 19, 20,27,28, and
School? will open on Monday nextin the old uncommon success : And wherever it|Ihaa ..iery.Broad. or ulcers j however obstinate or I refer the planter to Mr. R. L. Edmonds, of 36. : -

Methodic; Meeting Hooss. In this 'w attempt to been introduced, has superseded the use of other ClothsvCansimercf, Satinetts. and Vest: Croup, long standing, Q.uincy for information as regards.these Gins, or The whole! of Town 2 South, range 1 West,except -
ublish A tdennos ia the City the Trustees eVe remedies for the cure of,;ornl. ngsofall descriptions. 17 if. Whooping Cough Fresh Wound., any planter from South Carolina! who haa used sections t5.26.3.1 and 36. .
pestty appeal to the pride, and invoke the aid of A few applications will entirely remove the largest For Sale. There are many thousand certificates of the lliem. 'v. C.COOPER At*1.25 to ,J.50 per acre in current bills of the

their fellow crthens they trust. that while flour- corns and prevent further pain. A QUARTER 8ECT1OM of first rate Land, 'most respectable end authentic character, of Mar 14 3 tf Territory.
Puce SO box with directions for many
.hieg Ae Jw.are JiDUa supported elsewhere cents per use. 1k.. miles north-we ofTallah ee. which may be examined where the article is sold. These Lands offer advantages for pasture range
For Sale in Tallahassee the Orange and Lime
around them lbe inhabitants of the Capitol of the at Drug Store of Apply to It is used I an external application, and for many farr cultivation and superior Timber.
Territory will benee torwaul manifest a more dfoted > May 18th. 1838. & LEWIS. R.J. HACKLEY. other complaints enumerated in the wrapper is FOR SALE FOR Cash payments will bo required for half sections '

: ,iefereat, ia cherishing; their own city indi.Tb 41IS : July26. 1839. considered remarkably effect!*; but for the Piles A NURSERY. containing about 9000 Orange and smaller fractions of section All purchasersover
f' i For Sale. it .no equal, and the are now bound to I and Lime Trees, of an age to bear in one or these may be mad. oo the usuaL i terms of tie

:: pbolafcti year will be divided into four I PRING BARLEY! suitable for seed. Petit lbs PAINTS White Lead, in OILS oil in, &C.of 100 refund in all clc where agnt not curo. ; .years after transplanting1.. The Trees were I Company;thai is, 1-4th in cash,arid 1.2 and 3yiar'

sessions pf eleven'weeks each: and the following Gulf Cotton Seed of the past ,ear. Enquire 30 lbs each Linseed, oil, kej Ibs L. M. Cemstoe & Co. Proprietors. For sale by raised from Choic.Cuba Seed, and are in a healthy for payment of the other 3-4lhs. .

fates (loition allowed, to bo paid in advance I to C *> -*RJalI LL. Brushes and-Window Glass, Spts.various Turpentine, no 7 RANDOLPH 4- LEWIS.L. and thriving condition. Directions will bo given Lands in Gadsden and Leon suitable exclusively ;
the freawrer of the) Board of Trustees.Orthography Dec tl 20 For & sizes. which if adhered to, will insure the safely in removal for cultivation, will also be sold as usual oo application ;

and Reading, ffThe alo by CARLTON, and transplanting. Apply to EDw.I W. to John Camochan,F.aq. at Apalaehicolaer t
alwre with- WriUaf and Arithmetic 10 A 'LL persons having claim. against the Sub.raL RANDOLPH & LEWIS. Merchant Tailor I DoasKr, Auctioneer Tallahassee, or WM. Mc- the Subscriber;end Millers will be preferred lo the,

The above,with Grammar and Geography, and'Hiaterj. acriber will .please present them immediately I April 271839 38tf- 'OULL) respectfully inform the citizens of l.uGR.Port Leon. mar 14 3 purchase of their settlements provided they snake .
for settlement as he will remain a short time in CO-PARTNERSHIP. 'I'1 of Tallahassee their within
12 and its .icnity. thai be bu arrangements a suitable lime. ,
The. above with Greek and Latin, and General Tallahassee .or the purpose ef settling his buiine s. THE Subscribers have entered into partnership I returned from New York with supply, of o Hay at private sale Apply to Former purchasers from the Company whe are

tit, '15 1 _Jan_ _4 23_ _... S]. J. BIRGE. the rm of 1. B. BULL 4 CO., a dwitI Cloths, Cascinwres and Yestings, of the newest march Bal,ED. W. DORS EY" 3, Row in arrears with their payment, sin respectfully re- .
French extra charge nf 10 Copartnership.- carry on the easiness of MERCHANT TAI style and the finest fabric which he pledges to Berry QUelled. -n__ 4.__. _IfAItt.___ _itft,_. ._>... -o_ .___-i.__ .__ _..:... _UCarnochan ... '
By order. .of the. Trpsleee. LORS, both in this, place end the city of New those that call on him to have mad. up in the Twenty Dollars Hwa. during th* .. e' ,;
:1. : A. M. GATLIN, THE subscribers have this day entered into I York Arrangements have been made for a con newest fashion. To please the'ra and fastidiousthe STOLEN from the ofthe J. B.BROWN,

mardk <1840 3Z 'Secretary ancJT".rer. I as ffo 'ii l commission and forwarding full supply of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings. Subscriber has employed R.R. Pilgrim, who instant, ,a SMALL MOUSE COL Agent Apalachicela-Laad Comp' yOffice "
merchant, under the styli of MeNauglit etc.and a large assortment of Ready Made wilt fi.his undivided aileiion to.lhe Calling OURED HORSE MULE about ,fl/e ,eal at Mr.E.B ntud's Tallahassee. -.
pr.lIE subscriber, withes to eeltseveral valoabls I & Ormond. WM.. McNAUGHT. t'tething, and thsy are now prepared to aceommoifate Department. The said Mule by a negro fellowwhocallshjmaclfWhlhjarn jan4 2S :

A, rai.c'va'or LAND o.srbtq rssIde.e 'JAME8..0RUUND. tbetr customers and the public, in any article Tallahassee, Oct. 20th,, 1889. Rote and says his .
mu -
Plnierf deir, *.* U rtiJB ,their'capital io labor Port Leon Jan 10. 1840 J8 called for in their line. One of the partners, Mr. ter lives in Bullock County, Georgia; carries Strayed,

tA b ,aooommodated) with eoe.M&iltadQrye.i. Abraham County Count,'(Leon.J inTS. Wade, residing in New York, will enable them i IA Notce. him a pass tor twelve months to hire wit FROM my plantation about three'month*sinesv 1
'it. t RQBERT GAMBLE sPlnel.r'l Semraontad re- execute all order promptly.end on the mo ret LL persons CadGE W. Ga.N. wagoner and says he .a and team.f a BAT HOUSE MULE-no ptrlic

.lrhffariqe i 11.;, X.p .; '., Henry peade.... for f60&Return sons.blstenns. J. B.. .requested to call on \V. R.HACKLEY ES1. his own,'which is all a lio warn fellow a lar mark'only the sign or tAe gear. He only had

,to Spring term, 1889ditedDes.6tb, 1839.THE HENRY WADE. ) ,. and settle their.aceout. hy the.15th or ApriL-- scar o e one of bit eyes, been.cat been worked about two weeks. .Ariy informal
Tla1uN". 17.18. 15GALLIGHAN'S AUacanu paid by thai time will he put in with a knife, and another app.n.t.han will be gladly.rrciveJ, ,beeid*> & :liberal wwarigiven.v
j4A : ... defandanta end aU others intended are blW"D hI Ou.1'lad Address S1. Marb.. .
letter te
: : m I of the institotJoa f VEGETABLE sit G.W.GRANT.march21 forer.also cot with a ; '
Cot "Wlt 34ORLEANS, JDfe Febti 30 H.H.WALKER.giuJlPUFLOUR. ,
FEVER' AND AGUE Any genon .said and
I r''a ; b/ Uiey.are rMuir.d-t. L N"r I
1 & PIL = '
; Mate shall l
"f "i !aad plead 1, laid ( For receive u ab..nwar. dol. ., j -
,' .Q a AecrUinandUeUagecre rthi u 1JEW AND '
.MIJ 1.. t d IU Ian ro either. \ '
> make received in d2O0bbZsThi
| I '
ease .
l pro. tc
.. 'I > > WtLP&LEWI J: 10DW IfWWWHto wJ t. NewMWrUle, ] JUST ( '
M" .. ,: ,1.1. C0 r.. J $. "U b'paid by n.me..Ga O. E"Fr.: l "low. or :
m JAM.E14..4AM3LE 'CO'
; 11. _. f, Tflibau..1Aptl. J..l 31 hJ7 BPANQLER & LYMAN. JpHN ISLER I
.t t 3 fe 5S :31 Seven miles east of ; Tanahame.Mareh if* .24-



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