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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 23, 1840
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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I W. 1-1 would wror ibt riading -

!IIio U the awne-rous voluntary kUen pubLished THE : '1.P l .I' J i 10"

:LcToUy IB ikU paper, with the Good SamaUriao. I FLORID"L.AIS8EZ I 8r ,

fuur to U happy tad ....&ci&1 effects of the : Cfint [tHt', pt / >-

: iml.uali.nof HOFFA T'S LIFE PILLS AND I 2.To Iia-end ItthS

I XlEHlX' BITERS.TboM I A1Y wboto c.t $., it'at preset e*.
hue I .
who
: perused the letter above refer.
rtd to, wilt obeeno that in almost crery case, they NOUS FAIRK." .t I J the State, continue bre with th*

; atte t the fact, that no inconvenience of a 81 aorlaUeods : : :or furuishiog O a.uD .
the taking of the. medicine, in ordinary I W' g t e -; I '- L &.C Jaw, which n.tq w 1; ,
&c
cast, but that the patient, without feeling their 1 ct! WMQt IA' a.,; 1' !I and.14 htnl with,th r o Bt*d ttSJetcr"ings
:
-_ operAtion. u universally left in atronrcr and n .
'.' a the sqs 1,
beUteriUteoioealtn Una wu exDerienceaprevwu-- MADISON I referred to the decision oflLt; Majesty the of that uaf o Iw.I the>cce.tiItiCI f $
to t
to beiDlSicted with diseaa, and in all case* OfcitI Prussia. But as the documents relating Kiua "accus" him of being friendly t shive I h system _

ewfferinr, great raliefU obtained in a few m N G aforesaid claims are so voluminous that it cannot] ry. We know not in stronger bit. of corps as it now exists, (01 th e
., and a care it effected in two or terer words he duties of muster -
.a. generally a.J.1 b expected Hia Prussian Majesty weuld wil ing could have declared war upon discipline. -

,: three day a. and all The Madison Springs or able personally to investigate! them, it b. agreed us, or could have the world that I'7 o/Vtfrt. 19> 1817.
In caPes of Fun of every description, and the present proprietor that he prlame t
shall: appoint a t act arbiter his vote the 'Hfc second class composed 'di'I CTMI
person an on s was
to able < a I
for who was dictated
me is
: bilious affections, it U unnecessary say watering place now fitting; them op in in his behalf that question '
the
the bit MEDICINES are. now a superior style, will be able to accommodate about proceed lo ; person so app inted :hal. by some petty motive that had no reference I hundr thousand men* This ho called hi*.
that his
Washington
; Bnfrer.aHadraitUd to U> the mOlt speedy and 300 persons, in a manner which' he hopl will enti. pcn es to that city and from; thence travelling his return to the preservation of the Union, by the cultivation I o middle. class and i thus described.
on
: effectual cure extant in all disease of that claw. tie him to the future patronage of The to his place of residence in Prussia shall be defray of mutual good and for. in his own words :

The LIFE yiuaciKKt are al.o a mOlt excellent old buidings are undergoing; a thorough repar: ed, ono-h-ilf by the Mexican and that ho bearance. Fearing that wi word kindly "The junior or nau.Wle C1 aa v fl l ie eotfi '
hisbeen and Republic
the Liver and Bowels
of
affections as ones nut ut ll.' roads -
relief >- leadi..ff
hundreds of case where the beinl ,tn--I (BT AU OnITY.l] shall receive as a compensation his services a be believed, he brings certificates no.t posed of'men who hat" .IrtaH fcmifiesv Of 4
rovI in pitienUlorwaru Springs made safe and
: .
.. .. ,'i b- pleasantforcarriagesnew I mm equal to one-half of the that t prove
h.,. .na reqDellea LnIU tl1ear upe..f I compensation that in hU he those who have who the full OT*
:( come are and various Laws of the nay be allowed the youth was a member of a society I none, .V
States by United State
. them be fur the upned. Unied passed at First to one of the I
might published other
ia taking
rience in
improvements are devoted of !
will add I th be to the emancipation of slaves joyment bodily Mlirityirodi
strength
Session to
cOnlnil'ioner appointed them ao
by added
their of toone.halfthe
olhort. In in such
Twenty.Sixth

operation much
tenefit cases, to the cemtorts and
th
: Congress. ;
of vixitcrs. and declares i whose minds will ex *
"
amUlement compensation that be he has its '! innr
allowed true to t
-1" they restore the tone ef the Stomach, strengthen Arrangement have made with Mr. Public may by rmie prne b eah.
No.
H. N. 5. the Mexican
st 4igelive and invigorate the AN ACT Government to one of the commif- ciplcs ever since. true he has j| mUilary ardor and love of '
the organs generalfractions WiUon to put a superior line of Coaches between I additional to the act on the .ioncr to bcaiinointcd it. And glory,t =
subject of
f. of the whole body and ihua become to Athens and the that Treasury by the eomnin.A. ed to those principles he been ''oCa more
Sprinz. to with the present Nnlna lion of such arbiter shall be one.b ha since care advac
.(.' both ecxe.(for they are of perfectly adapted to each) arrangement orhe Rail Road, the time of Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Re United Stle: and by paid the Mexican lr-bl-tJ Gu,. ful not to leave us in doub. In a public ad. I Jan. 19, proofle.-l.
means disease one-hal
$ invaluable preventing and ( presentatives of the
travelling
an health. Augu.t to the Springs will not United States of America, in ernment. dress delivered in uses the ler we have a body of one hundred thou-
jcflorinr exceed 20 hours. Congress, assembled, That tne I following
:,*" lo afiecu'ona of the head whether accompanied They will the provisions contained in regulations and ARTICLE VIII. language : snd young men, exclusively "excited to
' opened on lit of June, for the tho act
b the after
passed f
<>' with pain and: giddiness, or marked by the griovi& reccptien of ,visiters and the following moderate day October,iu tho year one thousand eight twelfth hun. tion Immediately, the plenipotentiaries the signature of the of this convene Should I be asked if there is no way by itary ardor a love of glory,"t make up m.

p.calamnily impaired mental energy; in pnlpiUtioni scale or charges observed Board dred and contracting pirties which the General Government leaven for batch t
1 by tho month, thirty-seven entitled, "Au act to authorizo ([both being thereunto can aid the great of the

-(: of, the and heart the multiplied, flatulence I symptoms, loss of appetite of disor-and $25, children and servants, h.lfprice.DANIEL the issuing Treasury n.'i"," and in tho subsequent shall, by a joint note addressed competently to the Minister authorized for) cause emancipation, I answer, that it has litia, all of which, a wi be f oria presently m., _
irenfOi in
tiered digeslion THC bra MEDICINES: will be found april24 MORRISON, are___ L act addition_ theret be.' and the same Foreign Affairs of His Majesty the King of Prussia, long ben an object near my heart to see the Harrison designed b under the "com.mand .
tlslJe renewcu,
.. 2 Proprietor. uercoy mauo in full force, to delivered by the Minister of the United its i of
;\ I ex States the United
the most States the
salutary surplus revenue ,. of
the the
to possess_ !llkaCy.U.e.IKIIUWJW cepting limitations concerning the times within Berlin, invite the said monarch to appropriated to ; right
(vs--:" weaK,vr LOST CHECH. which such a appoint that object. Executive of the States
ucvaruu, ill men notes be a interfere with
may issued and his or
/ restricting tho umpire tl act in behalf in the m.nner t
er wemen..re under the immediate influence of LOST in Tallahassee a feW dajs sincea Check amount thereof as hereafter provided. in case this convention shall abovementioned He proceeds to express the warm to be. .even the medium of communicatine that'resuient's

\ THE Lan MEDICINES Old Coughs, Asthma, and Citizens' Bank of New Orleans drawn Sect. 2. And be it further enacted, That under by the Government of b rtifedrelpetiely I that by such "the time hop -
1 coniuaiptire;>> habits, are soon relieved and speedily bj Msj Cbarl.Mapcs in favor of S. OxnarJ for the regulations and provision contained in States and Ie.ico.I when the mans wi Mr. order.bing exprsl intri'e.
North
said
cured. Poverty of blood, and emaciated limbs the sum cit Tho check waa endorsed and act, Treasury notes American sun not look Poe6 plan
$76,0. issued claif.
may in propd
IfI _. ___ b lieu of others .
ARTICLE U: down cation.
will ere long meet the happiest change and the made E. Herrick by Oxuard and .".--'v.""A.1. VI H mrCloloro icueemea, out I is that upon a slave. Here i a .
nol to agreed in the of
event His
chill iritery fluid will become rich and balsamic, I again endorsed and made payable to Horan. in the amouut of notes outstanding at exceed VIsjesty's I Prussian proposition of Abolition on a prctca. The classification of Mr. Poinsett contemplated
to -
I and the limbs be covered with flesh firm and The check is numlered either 26 or 36, and was lost the aggregate of fire of any one time his bebdsf declining anoint an umpire to act in and the three classes all
avowed
rolled in milion. lonar and tube I aforesaid, the contracting parties on expectation boldly that it will subject to bo called
hMlthy. a ten dollar U. S. Bank The redeemed
up ni. i sooner than one being informed c into out in
7eariftholtenn. thereof effect.
$ of the shall without delay invite b emergency, the Executive of
Nervous disnrdeis of kind of the Check through
been
and it
every from what. payment stopped, can Treasury will permit, bv giving notice Her Britanic
:r. vet cause arising, flyWfore the efFects of Tim be ef no use to any one but the owner. A reward of tho notes, which the Department is sixty days, His the Majesty of,all in case of her declining The Courier says that in an oration deliv- the State-one hundre thousand men only to

!.In MEDICINES: : and, all that train sinking, anxictif. I off 10 will b given the finder by leaving the same redeem no interest be allowed thereon ready after the to umpire Majesty to act in King their behalf ethcrl"nd1, to appoint an erd in 1835 Geti. Harrison took the high undergo probably ten days in a year,

&r" .. and tremours, which so dteadfully affect: the at this ot' e. 29 april24 expiration of lid sixty days.Sect. provided. respectively, a above ground, that the discussion of the abolition of for four years-. to a reserve

.i'...., weak, -.the t-edcntiry. ,. and. tho. doticatfi- will in a NOTICE. I shall .3. And be it further enacted That this act I i: ARTICLE %. slavery, in a non-slavehoding! State," was un for four years longer-and then t a be exempt.

'"" tnort IIIMC.DC Buccei-ueu uy cuccnuiaesg, and every Subscriber offer for sale thin folio win continue in force oneycar, and no longer. I And the contracting parties further is The effect of this would be
( )press*s of health. THE ar Approved April I4th, 1840. engage to constitutionn. Thi inde high ground I system to relieve
low for caa- j jBT consider the decision umpire to be final of
for wcakneg*, deficiency of nitural strength, ------- I o'dueh and it be remembered seven-eighths the militia of the United
-
.*... :slid relaxation: of the .c..cl". by too frequent in- Cognac Gin Brandy,In half' pipes and qr. casks TiE rRESIUENT .THK U. STATES of AMERICA. conclusive on all the matters so referred. that ho himself discussed it, and pro. States, thus exonerating least a million anda
Holland in ARTICLE
.,:. lul"pm.e of the passions, this medicine is a safe, bbll. A PHOCI.AlATIOl. I XI. posed a plan for universal abolition half of men, from the
D For of be
,and invaluable I Whiskey do WHEREAS, .ny sums mon<*y which the umpire shall to agi. present onerous an i
, certain remedy. in I adjustment of find dur to citizen of tbo United Stales tated and acted on by It is useless and to make ten
: Those who, have long resided in hot climatr Lad, keg. claims of citizens of tin United Stales of Ame. by thu Congress; net to mustering days'
r and are lanpiul: and relaxed in t'icir' whole! system I"I Flour,.Molasses upon tho Government of the Mexican jca Mexican Government, Treasury notes shall be i issued much to say, that it i most unsubstantial and effective subtitute it with the rest.

. lako THE J.lnhDUI Corn, Hay was concluded and in the manlier aforementioned. treacherous groand. For if it is Mr. maximum of
may EI with the happiest signed Repubic.I'I' lawful for Poinset the .
:: and Menhaden and Cod Fish in Lb! :I eleventh day of April in a ARTICLE XI. the assembled her to in nrtiv DUm
tflfcti; pcrM>u removing lu the Southern Boxes Picklt-s in > thieyear of our And the United forever to I Congress to legislate, what superlative > trinins. one bundr 'n.
quart jar i thousand Stalcsugice exonerate
":J- Stat article'. or Went ofhcallh Iii; .;lie!*and cannot lif(. store a more important -I'I'J 300 bbl. Lime.McNACGHT. convention eight being hundred in the English and thirty-nine and which. the,Mexican[ Government from any further accountability -', authority i it to say, it is not law. sad, and these to b c ot small bodies -

:. The following <1.a-.f< arc among the most \ORMONl I Is word for word as follows: Spaninh Ianguagcs for claim which shall either be reacted (by ful or proper for the constituent of that Con. near the dept arms, at convenient
recrnlcurii
Port Leon. 20th, 1 the board or Iii" arbiter aforesaid, or which, being gress to and seasons for and
Mach to
: forte
t-tTecicd, and l gratefully acknowledged iiy tiiclci I -- -- -- I Convention for the adjustment of claim'of allowed agitate dicuss urge bsnC; b paid
I --- --- -- --- citizens by either shall! be provided for the
bi-ncrlilrd I of the United by laid What was five days, ten
< uu : I Notc States of America upon the Gov Government in Iho manner beforcmenlioneJ. impression on the whole or greater length of
'- Cue of Jacob C. Hunt, .Now iiuUor, Orange i 'I"I": U> 'Ks and of DANIEL IhltL ernment of the Mcxican Republic: ARTICLE XIII. South, of these declarations of the present ,if crcumstance required it,(not
: C unty, N. Y.-A dreadful: tumor destroyed I Sl'UAENY & II*WES, in Whircaa, convention for the Whig Candidate ing nc.
near.tyUw &nt aro tl.landJlf adjustment And it is agreed that each Government shall for the Presidency Was thiry.days during the whole year, ,
;;;. : whole, of IIH f..ce. no/o( and jiw.: Experienced A. E. Harnf, l for collection. All accounts will be of cit en" of the United States, tho ofcair! it times ad
for the not that he ordinary
upon
provide campen-S'ilion conimisKioncrs ,
Gover. and was against us-that he probably not the
exceeding
. quick rvlutf from the use <,f the U"eIedi.. j.ut in unit, if not bellied immediately. ment of iho Mexican was
:- cmcs, and in le 3 rRANKIAWES. 01 tingent of the board shall
cured. (Case rrportc4, with a wood nitrating: in i I' NOTICE. ber, 1833, which convention wa not Septem.j one moiety expenses by the United Sidles and b defrayed and tendency it was to weaken our Compare th burden the tI systems.
one
piton o
r a new pamphlet! now in ) part of tho Mexican moiety in the Union Harrison's
press. Government, the the to dishonor plan have burdened
i j A LI. those) who arc indebted to the l.itc firm of on alleged by Mexican Government.ARTiCLK our the
; of t
Cue Tilos. Purcell neuV. 84 .)'r&flllIr: aye- I!I cSL Gamble & Reid, ground that thccomeutofllisMajesty the King of XIV. !undermine our just influence, hold the nation with the charge of
are
earnestly r. quested to "every
afflicted up teaching
f 'U 18}{ with s\vcllin ._ Prussia, to t
ill Ins provide
years I. an arbitrator
gs- ;conic forward and close their account to act in the cueproided This convention shall be ratified, and the ratifications Southern States the home of individual of the
mi entirely! cured immediately. said a a disease proper age, Jhe gymnasticand
1. by taking -12 pills i.i 3 week ,j I by convention could not Le obtained thiireufaliafl be ,
: at
: Case ofJoan Uaulton! JAMES B GAMBLE & CO. exchanged Washington that must by some elementary of education" in
,AberdeenOhia:>> And whereas, the parties to said convention within twelve months from the means b erdicate to part one
; limn five year*-ia entirely cured-has rheuma.j jail: 25_ _26___ __ __ __ ___ __ bull! and equally, desirous of terminating the dis-arc if possible. signature, or sooner drive us step by step, by means money ca of schools, and "the more scientific

,#z. (jfs Medicinrs fur Worms in children, and found'I John C. Jacobi, CUSM..ns winch have taken paco! between them in In filth whereof. we, the plcnopo'.entianes of the persuason, agitation and denunciation, to seek o war."i in a "corns military p

them die a ofLewi sovereign Austin rem<.dy. !,.Measurer and 116cclT of Lumber for th resj.ect l'> wid claims, arising f.om injuries to the! United States of America and of the Mexican. for peace by the sacrifice of our nrooertv. ? "be whole expense of the establishment to

-periodical sick-headache'? County Leon, persons and property citizens of tho United Slates Iepubc.! have signed and these We ask -, be borne by the "
relieved sale pre. man to deny that this the public Treasury. What
i' tlways by a small done-now entirely I i o by Mexican authorities,in a equally advan. sent a. any was
free from it. )iis services those who may: please I Ooner of the the cost of this
O.'FIfS general 7 1 military education
. ;< him. lag ous to the citizen of thu United by Done in the city of Washington, on tho eleventh impression Sut And now univer
; Cue of Adou Ames-cured of a mos inveterate Dpon Charges moderito. I whom raid injuries have been MiMamed_ ltel.more day ofA1irii!, the of our Lord we ask all candid men to lok over the would amount to, i impossible for us
e. March 14 18 O. ard ir year one thousand extrc t say.
? and Ca bUiinate. Jyfpep. i and general debility. j; Tlllha 3 convenient to Mexico. than that provided by lid eight hundred and lbirt-nine, in the sixty we have made, and say, if that was We think that the pay of a private would t

fi .' c of Adah. \danll., Windsor Ohio-rheumiiuin I Strayed, convention; the President. of Iho Uniled Slates !:11j third year of. the independence of the United not fair and legitimate- if it hardly defray the tuition bill of each :
irresistible military
was not
:rivcj, i.ver alfo'clolJlI, and 1 TT1 ROM Wa'ki-r's Mills, shout the first of April named for nay -
general .
nervous i with lull Slates of America and
I t.i. p'lrpolc.nd furi.hed powers ( nincteelh of that of I We scholar. Upon the
" debility Jiad ben: confined seven yearn,-w raised Ja? I large Sorrel Mule with a blaze in the face, John Secretary of dlale: of the said the Mexican Republic. t.e need only refer to a single supposition that it would

;. (rom ksr bed by lakiri:flllC box ofpiIli &IId a bottle : and 1 of a bay color, with I car on his left cheek United State; and Prcr.idenl of the Mexican [ JOHN ('train of fact to support this in its full extent. take this sum, the effect would b to saddlethe \

ofbittm-a most extraordinary cure-xhc i U nowa h'll', and was about 5}C:,old. A liberal reward Republic has named. his Excellency. Senor Don IL.S.J LS.1] FRAN. FORSYTH PIZARRO MARTINEZ. Mr. Clay was the favor and only general Government with the expense of maintaining

!:' very heallliy' and robucl woman-alt tcd by her will be given fur the delivery ofon. or both of 'rllci.eo Pizarro Envoy candidate of the to the time all the male minors in. the &a.
:; kubud Shut*! Ac.amllo! : them, at Y'akcr! Mill;,or at Cspl John Myrirk's, Extraordinary and MirrUler Plenipotentiary a of the Aw>rr.., Ilte Mid con rent ion has been duly when in tbetaLe pry up asta&dingarmy. The C1r.

fk CliO of Mr..nad&t'rifc of Josrj.Ii o1dger11. 'i ne.irTaljaliH see. E C. WALKEK. Mexican Republic to the United and ba fur. ratified on both pal, and the respective ratification bis"great be outlay scarcely4

:'. nearly Mtnilir to atove-reult the Silm,.. \: uUhcd him with full powers fur Iael.same : .of the same have been exchanged ; speech against the Abolitionists. He was immediately less. Mr. Poit's se i a least

.. Cue of Susan Goo.Jarani, a young untiarried ..CEIi"'ICEUI And the sad nipotenliaries have agreed purpose upon Now therefore, be it known, that I, Martin Van denounc for that speech, in the free from this pril wa '

; -omao-Iulject to ill health sever,.1 year*-a I I TiE (opened aid c'.lIdudld! the following! : articles : Buren President uf the United States. have censed most vehemnt by the whole Abolition Harrison's keeping up the '
house for the of Ice undei ter
the
.allrource of delivery mt
tho
Lile the said conventiou lo bo made
Medicines entirely restored ARTICLE I. public to the end press, and and Gen. Harrison "as it now exists, for ordinary
h1. er- now hale and i-upcrinirndcnce of Mr Tickets can be that the and clause and Sctt
; is same article
healthy. BoeHler. agreed that claims citizens every thereot,
qf! : Cue of Miss Thon.a>,daughter of Ei: Thomas I had at the store of J B I ted I State al Mexican uftbe Uni. i may bo observed. and fulfilled I with good faith by. .became the favorites. Lives of the former muster_ disciolinel" would burden all nrihci-

)':;:- tough and ymploms o: comumption-cnred in The huiue will be opened at day light each ( of \vhich upon, soliciting, the Government,of statements the the United Slates and the citizens thereof.In hero" in which the emancination of his to that duty, throughout the Union, to the

":,t!' four weeks. Her sister cured of a severe Htlack ol morning and remain open Shirt hours only. Government of the Uniud 8t.tel interposition have been iincss hereof,,I havehcreuntosctmy band I slaves formed the principal chapter, were put expense of arms and accoutrements, militia

::t":I-, ulummatory. rlicumatum I in ONZ: WEEK. little The blocks of Ice are very large and hue, and bya to tim Department_ of Stain. ,.r tl the rfialnmalic __presented -_ ana cauaea ins cai oi me untied' states in general circulation. Mr. Clay declined in fines, loss of time, &c. AH this is done
Le for time. un "
care can alone .
Cu ofS. Colvin-cured of a severe attack It'pt agent of the United Staten tl be affixed. Done at the city of Washington with in
of at .Mexico Mr.
until popularity at the away
.i icarlet fever ill a few cays by the Life Mudicincs. I Perloll! in the country and adjoining counties, the signature of this convention be this eighth day of April in the norh from the moment he Poinst's prpitin.

.;;t U..e.of Harriet Tw. ..:'ood, Salina.N. Y.-wainoi I .dl take a quantity, cal be supplied .t all times. four commissioners, who hall hal board referred, and to [L.3,1 year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred declai ed against At the Har. By mustering the portions of ae

:1" >-- S 'VU--- 15W "'ate- JIM un a year and a half did :\ril Id, 1840 THE DIRECTOKS.: be appointed iri the following manner: I namely. and forty and of thu independence burg Convention, the votn of the Nor was senate placed in convenient .itaations Mr.

hot ipect lo recover. .\liar of the United Stales of America the at first divided between Poinsett would have the
- T. u now able toM FOR SALE, two coinniivfcioncrs shall be appointed by the President silly- Scott and actve the
Harmn cu
ilk about and i. rapidly: : recovering bath health _. ef the United by and with the fourth. and concentrated militia armed
astf ff1L Two New and commodious St.te. advice MARTIN finally on the later, perfectly on parade,
Itrent" VAN BUREN. whie
II I and consent of (the Senate thereof and two cornmissioneis from till last expense .
Southern
c. Cane of Benjamin J. Tucktr-icvcrc case o! II I Houses, I by the President of the Mexican Repub' By the Pcuident frt ever WWI Harrison's militia
given to
Fever and Ague-cured in JrUing I ", Secretary of State.( Clay. Te division between the additionto
lic. The comnmMwners eblishmnti
a
i' lime. Direction ; very ihoitpace of! erected bv Mesm A B & lid so appointed, shall be North and South distinct the old system,
followed strictly. JUST I swum impartially to and decide the wa a a Man'sad keep
, ; e.mine
'i Ca-o of A mo. Davi. ; I finished n the most ". upon From the Dixon's line. The up,) consists of the junior middle floss
t afler -Affection* of thrt Liver- style of archi'cclure, and situated in I said claim, according to such evidence sg shall be Charleston Mercury. nomination was r. or of

, nine, trymj*ai cured doctor's: b the remedies in vain for a long I hcsllhy part .,fthe city, opposite the rCidcnco I IJ ., laid before them on the pirl of tbe United Statesand GENERAL HABHISOX AND ABOLITIOX. ceived almost with dismay throughout the 100,000 young men, to b tine for one
Life
the .Mexican month.
Medicines Foi
;
4: (rouble.Exlraordn. without Jaiiuz l n. Bull. Tho frames arc of good Southern I)I Republic respectively. There are three points to which Union-at the Nor because they dreaded the pay of tes mae noprovision.

; I :,me, and tic! whole mati-ml: and work of the mobtubbUnlial | AHTCI.E I. particular a general the Southern But he ,
case of attention is called in this wit hi
ry The said board ) connection.
Pratt
4 Lynnir who wjs two versed \Vhi rpor
afflicted with Pi.ihi.ie. character. I j I hae !secretaries; at the South, because all (we use his own wnrd. .\
t. ere M 24 hour : iO le.u.-aft"echd a p. rfcel The property will be old cheap and the terms i in the English and Spanish 1 language; one to bo appointed 1. Gen. Harrin's declarations and senti. blieve of the "esiate te
.,\ Itiuuiajid.uf by ilu UM of the Life Medicines, will be liberal. Apply to II I by the President of the United States, by ment a in favor of Abolition. thoroughly anti.Souther. cause a. expenses training ad sergeants

; fcavc:, by a j.idfuu. pcr-oiu fflici!'diu like manner.: April 18, _11" A B &.flO_ WEr.KS. and with the advice and consent tftcSenata thereof 2. gist us evasions, whenever I mong us perfectly hopeless. But in the of the militia of the Unite Stated. These
use of ilorrAr'n LirE I 14 and the other the press estimates made
and ; PILLS! by President of the Mexican midst of this pervading there are supposed number of
" I-HEKU DiTTEag, (btcn Dr. A. W. SCALES ed to declare himself on any one of the points gloom, was one
re.iorcd to the Republic. And the raid be
1 "ntof all tllecolugJrti enJOY. 1 North Caroline, himxclf the eceretaiClhal sworn who received the nomination of Harrison one hundred thousand men, divided equally,
party
Wr Of life. The Bitters are FROM prencnU faithfully to discharge duty capacity. having a practical bearing on the project of
Pleasant to the taste and smell, gently the of the inhabitants of Tal.Iult the Abolitionists. with ecstncy-the Abolitionists. They a nearly as may be, into twenty-five bri
. JJfa of the stomach and a.tnuee and its ,vicinity in the' of nrioul ARTICLE II. claimed It gades."
:k a good give thai proper tensity branches of the profem-ion.practice A graduation, The snid board shall meet in the city of Washington 3. His absolute surrender of himself to the a the triumph of the Anti-Slavery

;;;J be belter adapted dlption to "Mt reqoire arid A. nothing can and the experience of tweltc reula years practice are within three months after the exch.utgo of direction of a committee of the principles ; and boasted, that by this nomination He gives them the details-for which we

a-., s.j there u nothing, n"0"8'1' the eon ituum -. lis recommendations to cOllfdcncr. Person requiring the ralificalicns of this convention and withineighteen ously identified with the agitating party notori.1 it was now establihe that henceforth, have not room-upon the supposition that

I f' to be peculiarly more generally acknowJg [ Kurgiral assistance, 4urTerin: un. months from the time of its meeting shall a slaveholder President of the Congress would allow "full pay;" and he
efficacious in all inward the 'ianatics.i. b
} w f.lo., of der chronic and disease, would do terminate it. dulics. The Secretary of f lao of I: United States thus sums the
It is
appetite protracted wel to this up aggregate.
indigestion of We refer back perfect triumph,
'f.J-: spirits. depression the United St.I.O' shall immediately alter the exchange : to the occasion when he "
( his skilLcr
treroLlinr or a that the the whole United .
4 oMiDtt., coujh.. shortness shaking c.1".he bands and limbl, I tel / on Pcnsacola Wo. J*, Basement of the ratifications of this convention give first manifested any opinions on this subjectas Southern Whigs are noW agitating I Estimating States militia

;-";... tile Ia.bill_ of breath, or consump. Story Ofce, Building, Street House, formerly notice of tho time of the meeting of the said. bOrd. a public man. As a representative 'from and striving, eating and drinking blazoning of a then the total expense of
?r TIlt to be published in two in and training the officers of the militia would
Lir. ) City Hotel. newspapers Washington bnncr gathering What
' Ie.dicinel Cincinnati in he voted for the ad. b'
posses Congress
wonderful
,
' ,,aU kwil disorder,. fits' heid.hM': we.kueals.efficacy april 4, 1840 36__ and in such other papers na he may think proper mission of Missouri. Very good-\ve could cd, their late gaudy and noisy parade some hundr thousand dollars less than

''' '" and lowness of Uokteiiliof <& Davies, ARTICLE IV. at Baltimore, but a of the Southern miions.
dragging
rt
spirits
: dimness him
&lri have honored for that but mark the
All documents con.
which
cor.fUled now are in, or hereafter, ; *
. Stn thoughts, wandering of the mind,I COM1IISSIONIIIERC1IANT S States after the triumphal car of AntiSlavery is now nearly double the num.
doing the continuance of the commission constituted elusion He was candidate for re-election,
nelancholy I'EW N8.
JJJUPd I
and her
for which
all Harrison
f kind.
of ORI.I: blazoned estimated. The
hysteric all
4 are gradually removed REFERENCES Bond, Esq by this convention, may come into the pos! ct- and his vote on that agitating question wasbrou2ht over with the insulting mot. I ; u
la SlChe.. by their use. I t mate frt pay for fminmrr
I
ofthe "ion of the Department of State of the United tohENCEFORTh A SLAVEHOLDER ofer. wold.
stomach Jfessrs. lotion & Fisher, against What CANNOT te
flatulencies' or ob.truc- up us. does he do ?? I therefore
U 'SSiIhey are hre aDd Kerr & Kirksey, Stales, in relation to the aforesaid claims, shall bedelivered HE PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES." now b nearly four tl poweru and his and himself
vote TiE
Justify
the
the u a purifier plant
!blood upon
the, have Tallahassee.Alessr. to tho board. The Mexican Governmentshall The He however, another estimate
j not their equal in the .. Alolyneu, Wilhcrby, Sf Co. Liverpool furnish all such documents and explanations great principles of public f faith: and Ihe social combine matcrial which we had designed to I upon the subt Congress would not, 4
For additional a be in their for the of the Constitution 1 in a single article, are somewhatmore tat
compromises Alas
adjustmentef
particulus 1 of the above! medicine. March 23. 1840. 3 Iy may possession nothing allow .omucbon a which he
'Ioat'. -Good Sam.ritan tl-o aid c.iml. according to the principles of of the kind ; but he issues to the peopleof extensive than we had anticipated and tu gve
ecomp1hIies tJ.. ) : ?? : a his district the card dismi
< uaadnl is. different copy can alway. bo ALL persons indebted to the Estate of T. M- the treaty of amity and commerce between the following : to resumed ofcer receiving only half

: Obidicis. for laJe. Agent who have theBroadway. ,deceased, are required to come forward I' United States and Mexico of the 5th of April!, 1831; .TO THE PUBLIC. b pay. The proceed however

French. Gennaa and settle without further delay, and .1 to whom the said documents to be IIeciCedh en demanded Fellow Citizens: Being called suddenly -- ,upon

.' .tItalllld 00 IPPieaiion! aDd Span lh directions un be he Estate is indebted will hand in claims for at the instance of the said commissioners.ARTICLE home to attend sick 'family, I have but a From the Globe. a supposition, that no officer ia t receive less
All at the omee.375 adjustment will bo barred. my than thirty month and the
paid letters or they COMPARISON OF HARRISON'S WITH MR. FOINIETT' .donu ser.
'-tio 1rst will recoin immediate .U A M ALEXANDERadmr. v. moment to answer a few of the calumnies geants full pay and rations."
The said commissioner a under $ MILITIA ORGANIZATION.
by
ELIZABETh McCJ/fTY admx. .hal. teport which arc in circulation concerning me.
PIIPlreclllld ,
sold their hands and seals the of the After giving the details, he
b justice up
375: WILLIAM upon General Harrison's sm th
B. MOFF rf 1040 3S MI accused of plan proposed
lkoadwlY, New York. A Stlarll..fpriI6, slid claims and the amount compensation,if any i am bing fridly to slavery. cost of training the officers, 'atM one
Ita" liberal
I
to thctO who purchase to aell arain.deduction 8TOBAGE.THE duo from the Mexican Government in each case. From my earliest youth, present mo. i 1. The educating of ever boy in the Uni. five hundred and seventy-eight thousand dollars .

AGENTS-The" Lire Medicine also be had undersigned having leaned one of the ARTICLE VI. ment, I have been the ardent friend of human : ted States at the public expense. These are .

4 IllIotat 1 .r the the principal Uuited Drueriat in rosy ever? town JI a".. J. &Houses N. Hamlin and, solicit Wharf a lately sharo erected of patronage by II in agreed that if it should not bo convnicntor liberty. At the age of eighteen I became a his wors. in his report of the 19th January, Mr. Poitt's eme which provided to .
Ag SUIM
for "d the Canada. member of Abolition established at on head
EJ Society :-
the MexicanGovernmcni
Moft'. p.y.t once the officers ,
i lJg le Pills in the pay teir for the
hsrt tJaata tic and Phenix Biuer.. and so found due, it shall be at liberty; immediatelyafter I Richmond ; the object of which was to nraeli- "As the important advantages of the mili loss of a a amounted
$iWilj0 ofiohn Mo ; & Forwnrdluff Business. tim training, to half
;I ; th label or each> bottle of Bitters'at'.lpdure or box ol r BeeeJvlul TAFT &ALEXANDER. taken the place deision., to issue in Treasury tho several notes,.receivable shall have orate the condition of slaves, and procure tar part of the education wil accrue to thecommunity .million only !

TW* 'Uutbl : Port Loon, l'tl April. 38 the maritime custom houses of the Republic a thor: freedom by every legal means. Myvenerable and not to indiviual who So much for the burdens which the Hani

MediinO are for sate ty CAUTION. I payments of any duties whicl may or imposed friend, Judge Catch, of Clermontcounty acuir it;it .I proper that the expense son system, and that of the Secretary would pimpoeoupoatheTreuuryandupondioclass

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ft8 ?? & LEWIS, HF au MTn u craving a said cukturo .iipon goods entered was also a member of this society: and esbhshment should b borne by die- 11
\ rurcbueduiihe R
---- ---- Tallabaisec.o T Cedar on the Apalaelucola Lnd Company lor importation or exportation said Treasury note has lately given me a certificate that I was public trcr. .' incur country, subject to militia duty.

DU.I Reward Purchase, do hereby forbid all every person to bar Interest at the rate of eight per centum per one. Tho obligations which I then came I ,to comport with the equality which But there another of comparison !
of award the claim in
from tIle date tho on I ,
from cutting! any of such Timber on said purohiw. under I have "faithfully !is the of Constitution the pint
performed. our organization which di the
RUNAWAY from the Plantation of The purloined shall be and tin; (payment of which said ''ralur. notes shall have bass Jngie orizia of the
th lubih ia GaxUden county, Timbr 6 to.iud.law. by order ben issued until that orheir receipt at the Men- .WILLIAM HKNKV HABKISON." establishment should b such _as to two plans .
prosecuted
"
Negro Boys, of tho.agent. aerdir.1 R. custom houses. the presentation and ," Calumnies, forsooth, M calumnies" against extend without exception,to every inaivt iwu Harrison's plan laid dow fundamen.
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kit Ime4''G*org. and William. ..QeorL inayl 4 JOlN. m. LLYD. receipt of said Treasury notes at said customhouses this base ot Virginia-tniscnam. i of the age. tel : i a

l O SUDdIIIDia, last !. about 22 CTTbo Apalachicwla Gazette will give the in. largo- amounts might. .. -be incD"nient,to- pion of the -who stands in this docu prpr secure this, the contemplate That the President should in all
itn* .*&, stout inade, rather a down 4 insertionsand the bill this office. the Mexican GonmmentI. furher'rred ib", cases,
: aly present ment in the attitude of instruction sbouU
t of Government to 1 pleading not military b address his orders i
**kcn lot Mdl wllh' harsd in such cases obliptun lid culpri immediately to sou om-
to Mr. Harvey. hi lef plenty TALLAHASSEE EXCHANGE. receive them in 1aymentofdutiel, I above ata'ed, guilty" to a a ifamo.crimehe shols established for that pur bt that exit of the militia, to the EXECU
limited to amount of said do- U "accused of branch of n no
dliI.aisaboIt2S T return his tank Ins friends may b unehalro being freDdly. ron every TlV r any State GOVERNOR of
or ( for the liberal upon this lies. The inference school in the States.
f high, slavery. wa, is NOT
sIher benda a aa !I paronae drwn frm Uid St a militia officer,.BOUND :to
..I' wb aud that he ia till AKTICLX Til.It
bc standing, erect, .tLlibment. his voting for the admission of's "That
that ofnUitary
k b' C00nta and read and serve all those who call upon him with is further agreed, that in the event of the com.miuDcf territory corps itil execute the the 'President; k Q'no

,. MP11Sdbswlfl make ( If orth wrt Ca.i npae Ihe market &Bord. His 111. U.wellprovided diffcrur in relation to aforesaid claim, tolerated slavery. ThMjpe inference i U new formed t a t the gymnastic b tried ouwo ordersandpunished

o and the bar with choicest lblJ, jointly or. severally,, draw ap' a Teport, drawn by hia Southern w prtorfrom -the ncntttrypart ur'smunr 'SCHOOLIN by the sentence'of a o

'h111'c t r hif.ecurs4lo1 SJ.SI Witieft r'llq80" Persona L cn b accommodated ."tin* detail the points on which they differ. eaooe vote. They coa id ritf'f.:pledge of hisfiendIy.feeling I 'TBB-UWOTD 8rAti; ,whllztthe'morec&apafthertof 'This certainly uaac&f o of th cr m',
cliargts for de meals! ,' and the SRI the crowdupon which their respective opinions ,-- wirshsfl! '
paid tu bOI"it. th to Ihe'South and iu institu. ] b communicated first pintlb-: cocksdo ba Harriaoo's
ahortut formed. And it i- thai .
notice been
or to He oontiu- save
.tUO. OM 10 aree ,
T&Jh& rlpuUy'tlcit. docu. tioni. Observe kh'wtiaranuiety: ; by professors.of th to ft*
authenticated
l 11 R. lassie of public( ,or. aid with eopie b.d ha' i t't
.11. "prlll,184! J G JrLLAM&. ment r upn which they may b founded, shall be claims any such inference It U a" establisked'injiJl'the Inf Kef seminaries.n t\.schools_the ra on'"u.

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( to the eictasion of the m n' that 1 I I The following table, derived from an nuI I The value of our trade to the dominions of To regard a highly responsible elective of. r I TITE KTD OF THE SBOnTflTfO X!.M93TUfl'Pt. prtrrfege to issue' their notes,n' i'j" .
on demand whICh
I I btr fice reward for services, is to re. I Reader, the following melancholy picture ef they can n"
feature which enables the President to com. I j thentic source, will enable the reader to judgelof I the Sultan of is greater than may as a past I "f
lUSCft sure-and in
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1 of eighteen months gard the elective franchise as forestalled by I the condition,of a youojf and fertile State, is that event the peo ba,
tnand, through an officer whom he,may pu tho difference of the policy tho Whigs supposed. Ofci,1 rns I redress then .
frh for "' court martial," boars and tho Democrats, in regard revenue, aridcosequenty of vessels, Zanzibar, how the the claim of justice, and it is therefore repiig. I worthy to, b$ gravely pondered. It is taken as a matter of shr it
disobedience visite
by I Ii the
aunt ; If such claim from two private letters, from a citizen of Mis. | people, the bill introduced by
which to
the of in \lHch :| in regard to expenditure. number to bo lorty-one, of thirtY.hfC Republican principles M,. 8.
nrmy should
iprs the-standing hw commission in the days of Had the. of 1828 remaned unaltered, were American. "Twenty of these were.from may be_urged in favor of any other, on nny j j i sissippi to his fiend and relative in !this city !j the bill have passed. I send you1

the Alien and Sedition laws. as Messrs. CzAr, HARRISON, WEBSTER, Salem, three from Boston, and three(rom'NewYork. occasion, i am conscious, that my humble They were (fetters of business and friendship, I I Ijnot which I hope you will puN 1i i"

Mr. Polnsett's phin enables.the Chief Mag. and others deire and the expenses ol the I Zanzibar is nn island. on the east services merit nothing beyond what they ;, meant for effect-and the extracts are ed next paperfor the information. (aU

gistrete of nation to coinin,md, through I I I!,I Government internal improvement, &c. coast of Africa, and is the depot for the trIe have already received. So far tat pnst services i j I mere casual-glances at the brooding desolation stood, aud foremost especially those who bate .

the Chief Magistrate tb ol a State ; and in this : been kept up high enough to consume only of that const, and of the Red Sea nnd'Persfon have elicited tho principles. of the man, that has settled on that unhappy land-frag. -those who i in the ranks of the Loco F ,

ho: discriminates the Administration which I'! the duties, without including the receipts from Gulf. T United States nro.Tepresentedthere they will be regarded ns a pledge for his fu. rnontnry remarks, that intruded themselves in were the first to s-y they

-. would maintain State llighls.from that which ,j jwouldrennw : land. it seen that ihose expenses by c 1s\I. ture course:; and beyond this they ought not spite of the writer and could not be left out, not take Union Bank Bills in Payment I'or

the Federal era. It must not would wi ranged b from forty to sixty millions Sultan Said possesses large territory 0:the I I I to be considered, especially in relation to myHClf. I'1 II because the disease of public debt and.rotten of their produce, wjhich! they might| hl,"g,

fee forgotten that a rris:. 0:1! the 3d of Feb. j I dollars. Thai would' have been the splen. east coast of Africa, extending from Cape : : 1 L credit has covered all things, robbing evethe sale-those who are said to be the fir* &_

last* i.J ii letter K kc.Louisulle Lcgiort, which I j jwe did display of CLAY and HARRISON party Delgado; to Capo Gardafui. His navy consists : There rests no obFgation on the part of my pillow of the humble citizen of the sweetness tract, and are now willing to take the 1MUa-;

republished. yesterday, referred to his I of seventy.five vessels of war, of which' friends to me. The debt of gratitude, if it I of repose. Wh..t would be the picture if it this same rag shop at par, when a ia 1rtl

Scheme, which we have here analyzed, as one i ptfl1ES, ON 11FOIt'S, several are lile"uf.bulcj; which is a larger,. ever existed, has been more than paid. All r were complete, sketched with design, and known and universally; admitted,that the L

be would now urge 0:1: the nation.Fi .i __._ 0Ilalr _. naval free than that of all the Asiatic princes the obligation that remain, is from me to gatherhg: into one place all the marvels of of that bank are at a discount; 35 Per.

l.: duo educed d-ii' Paymrirainto combi' on the Indian ocean. I them. The cnnfilcnce which they have manifustcd this sudden and mighty wreck Surely too I U 1 consistency thou art a jewel. .

>ni I Iii_ tjiuue.fcXPCNDirUKKS :: s: I": '1lh'r! ITIH.'I in, .I l'r rprcialnit lie Treasury. The presence of o.ie of the S'iltan'a ships in.. and; the kindness shewn to me, have horrible to be looked upon, unles* by one who I )If every one now had the same eon&W.
: Or GuvlUNMNT.: r.ff-.f 1 182 .. t-i: I could vision of moral desolation! I in the Union Bank, that
n our harbors affords: us extreme gratification ; : imposed an obligation! of gratitude in my bosom delight in n i ia my friends of &Z

A greut clamor has been raised by the Op.poerion -!j ---- ---- -2.2 G.'it:-: )G.--" 91 and we hope that the SIaee'r"Ouya: C to I which I can never cancel. There is, at special shadow brooding over ihe ruins of :i terville seem to have, there would belIO, 1IIe

about the expenditures ot Governtneiit IU ( H.j.4': ci 21 l !>22i9l: m I the U.tiled States will result in freque visits I this time, a great interest at stake. Itt! the enlerprize the paralSis of industry, the extinction I i for a stay law, and 1 even doubt whether

with b.iw nnicli injustice we have re. I k.l -2i.3 ::1 2- ':.U.441) 77 : of Sultan Said's vessels to our ports.-Globe, I support of the principles, in which we are of faith, and the darkening of hope. I I there woud: be any use for suede Gr tbo
I In"iled. :
peatodly ehown. I is curious to see how I 32lJi.' .:14() JOG.(? t 2V1027{ 24IG.2I49V7 1th ins'ant. and upo which the Government has- BIlL these arc words-the extracts have in Banks might certainly strike offpnpereuoap

much these expenditures would necessarily : 1 9,79.y'I" O'J: O'U.5H$ ( 91 -- lo been administered. Those principles I them a meaning beyond the parade (rhetoric. for home ConsunlDtiou.' to
ig
have been increased if their favorite: policy. in 834: 41.423U11 2.? 24 .JiS( UH 7 15.. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. Extract 25th March B.-s law. I fear returu"tciJr.
13.:; :) iS I r31 HI.I ): 91 :310 5u i iI have been my guide for more than thirty-five I of a letter of the of : slay even sucn a law-u !
:
regard to the tantfhiid bee persevered n.: I 18.>I 61421! 515 U):I :i.c5.11(; ) :! fJ !J4uI99l'! 5J I The following resolutions were unanimous. years. dnri.'g! which time,,I have been continually "In order to remit to you, it will be necessary that with all its constitutional oljfectJoJwould

The duties which actually nccrued, during' ll.'J. 4J.IT 84I;: -! :D9JI.8fJ) | I ll.16a. '3 I :a* adopted at the late National Democratic afloat upon (the tempestuous sea of po to purchase Louisiana money, (at n j I not suit my Ceirterville! friend. TU

five years, from 1834 tu 1838 inclusive, lW'42\ 12o,67.> J >2,417,KJ2 3J 1O,1,80O, 3G CUI\cltiol at Baltimore : litic.allitl,. They arc much more dear to me heavy discount) and therewith procure aNew I bill did not propose to make any rag pto .

amounted in the aggregate to 813,5Uf,7l( ; NATCHEZ -DESTOYKU---- --- -BY A TOR. Rcsohed, That the Federal Govern- than my own elevation or that of any other Orleans draft on your city. We are in I I legal tender; it only proposed to gjte :&

hod the nelt me.us into the Treasury, alter 1 awful of the Brandon people a breathing
p.1) NADO. melt i is one of f limited derivud solely person. I desire all of my friends in the an condition, the -1YS r ri 1 spell. I hope jou till
powers
deducti.ig:, expenses of collection, dr'\wLu'ks. The Grice from the Constitution, and the "rants of povv. C/Il\'ellion: to regard their preservation as i Bank agai.i; !_ .U.iion money (standard) 35 to i publish. the____ yeas._ aud nays 0:1 l the stay bilc.
etc., amounted to 933,314,39'J. If the tantf stenmer Vicksbnig.Caplain ar. iaii.iitely: more important than the qualification pcr cent, below par.From rA uurs, ". A Loco Jo'oco
of 1823 had remitted the deities i livc'l at New Orleans I the !.I, furnishes i ers llwl thcn'il, ought to be sfric.'ly COil.strucul of 141)" shall not I
u.la\crc !,I by all the Departments ;and Agents of a'iy private friendship.: I present appear.mces.: wo
i
that would bate accrued on arlccs im.1 the f follow t ig particulirs of a toaduidl the Government and that is i I have not solicited re-nomination, nor have a Bank in the State n 6 in >nlh. My A BILL, to be entitled.: \n Actto I
!j i it
in those would have look place 11 (u ider tie hill) on lexpedicnt stay E recutiot.s .
ported years, and doubtful l co.istitu. shall 1 dcdme it. I arn, as I ever have been, great fear is, that Wll'' I ihuvaccurn ;is created: ill certain "
i to cues.
exercise
the to 3253,037,737: ; and hc I ITli-irsiiiy I 7th insianl: winch we coyy from )J diMgerous ihe New Orleans Ba iks will fill it I
a aggregate tio.ial' ii: the hands of friends and fellow citizens I expand: to Sect. I. Be it enacted by the
pa>"meat* i.jto the Treasury to about I the Bulletin.'iiu .. .1 p'lwors. I ; less than ;u is deali' Cotto.i and and then I and Gnmo. I
Del I ii. Ics That the CIiIilutior doc it is no my pleasure l my duly to by ig in Negroes a Legislative Council of the Territory
8174,000,000. : devoted city of Natchez was \ isttcJjesteiJay I I co.tier Ied the (;ic.H-ral Government thepower I mike the avowal that I With to be entirelv stupe..dous explosio: in th.it city I t Florida, That from and after the J r
: tuna i :
: General McKay, of North Carolina, 1 h his with ole: of the most awful and lot !r ring : pa.u.a2e
I to and on I at their dispos:iltmd shall be perfectly coatcuutsvjihi : "Tlie anxieties and responsibilities attendi ,this act. it shall I tIC lavvfnl for the
commence a general derealdanf
o
tate excelle.it speech upon the e\peaduurcs, .1ii >russi ig cal:iiuitK-s it has ever U'cn our svslem of itrrnal carry : i their awtid. I If i; i i.1 their opinion the i colleclio here are so great, that life itself '' ((1.1 alt cases where the phuimtjfl1.
i: : improvements. ;
. brought before the House these stitki: facts.: fate to \itlc s. Y about 2 o'clockP. I. out and i
ig l'slcrl11 for; which contend will be almost uksome be down
3. Hcsslecd, That the Constitution dois | great principles I we is ; no one can at ob'jtms: execution, aid demard
. From them, he argueJ to show the real er. i M., a dark us ;ajipcara'ice! i i.1 I, !perie'ill
a In cu'iti-mcd not co..fer iiulhorilv upon the Federal liovcnnncnt. ; i!!(. more likely* to be secured by thc use of mv* night under: I assurance that I h's in:incy svihlbuy r a> mert thereof,) to file his, her, oriteiraC.
$ vice rendered by Gea. Jackson. and hs: S IC. the SouthVust, preceded a : I : directly or n.dirccllv assume name, they will use it : if ii their opinion, uncut and bread 11 the Illoruill ." I fi -it\:1.: cither in persllII, or I by higher.

cessor, to the country. Every body l.ows roaring cfthe wuuls. .As it came UI swiftly the debts another selection will he more likely to en. Pram another Idler of the 2\st\ April I forth or their
of : :
that and with the speed of the ui.nl it was I Inc si-vcral: States, itracti'd 'f';11 I atlorrey st.lli"g that it is not in libber
in successive the 1 lIt" aid: ,
every message will tke selection. "Tho remittance from New Oi
sure success! they another lea.s sent their
local in :
internal other State : or to make
venuMits or power ; i.i ,
.
another was wafted! 1 fiom impn I i i! |1a1ymemt : such .
present Piu-ide.its h.t.c urged the rudnctM.iof met by \lich I If in their mike nomination ; made 00* '! jr.rem.ev
: tin of the Adescription purposes' nor woa,1: such asuljli.1 br:just! J : opinion: to no you by was at per cent. i.nless at an ujrt';lsor.aLle! sacrifice
aud the of lectlv opposite poi.it compass.;
f taxes, reduction expendmiics or ex1n-die.t. '! of a Vice President and leave the selection We are rapidly (','au'g t Jo I thy p'cie t-tu1 dard, ; of the sublime whichlilcweJ Une, .
The |
: Opposition, on the oilier hait; Mnijfglcd spcctadu to the and of the I Ii The b.i.ik aii.ba.k.' Lit of the I bst sl'ssi1 I'I
; the of to 4. AVWmThat j}is'ico' and sold! polirv II pleasure preference ;; or : : Pu cofddilY)t or with a lCofuel.luaL
from last tin latilf; a..d to H beyond 1 power
to :
&rstto 1. keep broached up] ; : At the mvneiit: of the lul"ua'yc eu..cls-ioi 1 forbid hit, 1'i'dcral, (;I'I'rl.lelt: t to foster: one? i Republicans; of the several States, 's ill give I will! r-ro-trate cn.ry bi.ki-ithu State in C l\ getii.g clear of the dl'Lt.llich affidatk.sliall
it indis-pe.isahlc, cx. convey.
.: ruder every branch; nf i judo si rv tf) the (let rinue.t of ,I must re'ifili! to our frie.ids. I the Con\ettioi, : t months. Resti;s.piio.i; : Z> obligatory! oi; notes! le. sworn to aid sulscrihed
of white anllr.
drain could thinkof I Urge : fccunu: wereprerijHtaied ((11'1 Uie
iravHgant t to t ig spray;
the '1'rcasury--.ticccetled ihcy i il Wl I 1ls.es to the carili, follownl; by such aruali t.r.to. cherish) I the i-ilerests nf. oii': poit.o'.i: : 111 the I will take that course : :.d], 11 cither eve..t, I 1 r of le.i dollars! 11:1: the lt of .1111\', ol" tvveni's1st party or parties ::.terj'(, il:1: the 8tm.before)
. carrying appio.priulions ol.0.another s-hall co'iti.nic: to act with: perfect( i'ltl'gril\ ) of 1 November: of nil i.otis ;>n the 1st fro wind, if old Coins luinsi-ll 'jury 11"lllllr common Ctunjliy duly aullionztd load,
for millions the oi .g.f> as .f
beyond estimates. I .. I i ; I til:it every p1 izeu: and: every sect i' i oi I th 1 I 'se pri iciples I and to I the I friends J with wh, >mij I 1 1j .. IcH 1. i caa ?carc.-!" Svlieve I there }. 'st r an oaz.!
the Depirtineut-sud: were defeat i-d i ia millions vv.istliere gjuing nnu i ig meHouse t.nu. :
tlrl.t. tincuii.itrv lias ; I have hiihcrio: acted ill sustaining; : : i them, I Inassiming i is :11Ic: I .s.iM'.on; aI,:., to ; its tes
; a right to clem id id i-fist: pax' evu : S Sett.
I I ] their : j i a: ; i j 2. Be it {nrtlicr
r nuro proposed by them, by Denucra: ic -; wcrt (J-mailed; of 10'Jfs, :an< I enacted?, That in lie
, votes. The official statement, IUPll.isht'd' I tnen mist nniin'Jiately levi-llfd wilh the upon: an) c'III.lliy: of nguts ai.il privileges I smdito I : this (p".i'io' i, I do no. wii'i! lo bu !; 11 Juh!. ; a-siirvtll.! :, ihe_. will 1.11 u':dor the event of the djf'ndiat: ; com:tviag with the.
com, L'itj airl ani *!.. proteriio of .!! ulller-IIJIIII as dl'cllril.r! I M\self i'I5'I,-I..t.b! f> pressure: of their' two :I tit5 ii :;',HmI".r. I 1"
. I as referred to in General Melvav's. arguinj.it; earth. 'I I he air was filled: with: bricks and [ptr.i'I.s.: prui.iu'iS of the foregf/ng: secfioi: if shs'lteu )
aid fro.u: domestic violence i'jrcig the' honors winch arise. from public! eo:ifidence. have; i-o "ymjlrla; : ," for them. s'> steepc-'I aie
beyond dilute! that thc Deniocr.licAduiinistratio ) liigi- pieces of iianhcr-&unl: even heavv.. oxcarts piopcrty or she : of f tl," 3lar.iiad, Sll -ritrC nsiablporother
proves ,i i i. !j ; 1 can regard the 11I.1:1: but a mi->.mliirope I. Ley\' i I.! t"; ...i a .ti i"5y.; ':
aggrCssIo
: .i have hell 11 the pockets of the were and t thrown hundred of officer, lo whom the exucntioa be
upliil.d :
o rtl.i train .tal About GO .r. Jit&olceiJ, That it i is the dalor evor\ ., who is pcnecily:: ildiliirc.t; to m<; Ztj). : Onr ('unit I, (a merj: farce), has l-ee } goi dircclcd.tr dorse miv
the
pejple 120 millions! by reduclio in the Mnlf y.I theiroiigi position e.: n 'amt.,lht i icconse.qne.scu .
: lira .ch! of the I. planxe or I tlie ce I istin; of lulu 1 Mw\ I ll I Ii i t i for .-> svt +'k. No J oh.iii I
of 1823, which that tantf would have taken' llathoats li'g' ii: port' were drilled from; the :: timer .tne:it tonf.;, .,' ;imd:! ,! IIPt.:! irg : ; Jil meIJ :s-re! of t ,the tci/ ;. .ut filiig: t the! aforemea.tioneti .
practice the m'ist rig i.l I : i i. a CJIIalily; to which I mike no pre'cr: :sion.; : tai .(.d. but ft'\\'. from the utter intffi'K"y: '
uncl
out t, if the federal \drm.ai tritio.1 had COIIII.: : short: and -u.k. The 1:11: Jat; plying I economy in coi: afliJiTi% I the sti.I e\eculnn i is stavedwelve :
..: tied in power. Messrs. Ad,mis and (1.iy had between Natchez and lie fcrr."u shore, :, hug our public: affairs: ai.d 1 lh.it; no more re. : Next to my own co cil'nce. I the III my te:tiin !! of the Judg", and wbeu: obtained !notl.i: :.g isi :, month : Provided! nevertheless th it,it

laid down their prodigal plan of scctioaal dis- capsize) aad: h.mk and all o i board supposed) VCMUC ought to ba r.ned. than: is refined to '>:n'ils which I hive received of :the; ;appro. i i realiZ'il.Ol 1. .. shah bu the duty of the s.id officer to require0fti.1
I defray the nccess oft'.f'! Guv; eminent. i: ballon of, m} Ii.lloCitlWIIS.: i is the richest 1 re.s!I the SOOO (':i-P5 (old and : ) now 0:1
tribution and favoritism which was to craw to have j>eris1id. The steamV; Iid.: was ) expenses : \ourg dcfe.' dan, or defei.du.t (as the: case
i ward 'for my 1 p ist services lo which! mam.. the d .ract. I riuiisly ;:s-ert that not more
the surplus from the Treasury, aad to keep capsizjd and suak. The ; may I e,) u I.M d, w iih hmgr.od aid $tf cieit
G. Jfcsolvrd, Th .it laa"'lIc.t i I bition over a-pirud ; and tins l fet ling has been th.ia 100 or I 15'* ('an- possiblv ever S '
: Congress produce
up their taritl of 1829; and this was to h had h her cabin CllillLlkeu air, and crew : povv- : stturiiitrto; I Itr uxE'e: j a\.LIe u like plantifi,
up two portions of their svgtein-a prop Na. nearly all lost. Tne two hotels ia the city, er to charter a N ilio-i.d: Hank& ; that we Iw..I I lie priacipal cause, t lor somje.irs, pist, of I allY in*,,:,(.. Such universal iiisoUeiicy' the : in the sum of double the J.mountcf theexeca.i .

i \'eJ'h .1-1: in-iiiuti': : o-ie: of d".ldly hustili.: my co.iti.maace i i public life. I It i is also myI in >st i..ride imagination: : never dre..rned of.
tional Bank by its deposites-atid the j->ijt: o.ie narllv; and the other e itiruK blow n to the i S j i lion, cor.dtlioi.vd: lo [pay the f.id execution at
j f! ty to time. best i.iteie't is of the 11.111. < nMle\t Curs iliti'n: th it i ii mv nres'int situtioi Tiirftaie: is
con ttrv, Ihousinds behind
Stock companies vngiged in ceriari rLWIlC.: : I ground, a: d almost everlioue: mon or less i j j'injured. i Tje.ssury many ( -,: tile cx'iraioi; of twelve months, ill such car.rer.cy .
lures the levies Idll.umI I gerousto our republican, instilllll'I.IS! ; :a id the i : while it has; U-eu nn co.ist.mt ein,rt t.) haiid; .ui; puu'tu works ispended, and :
by they ere enabled to nuke. j I impossible: to IY '' as the pi ii-.tilT: dema..il.s, with tea percent
by the monopoly[ created i.i their ra'ur.tlrulghte {I were killed, as the strei-ts were filled l with I'J Jj I Ifneilies: of I lh" people, and c-ilctilited to ,'discharge its rcspoiiMMt! : duties wiili: fidelity all 1 public oliici'..s ui'1'.tiJ. Treasury warrants damages.Seel.; .

tariff. The nation has been S,1 there. j.I largo pieces of tim'.M'r'! reid: ,'ri.,ig them nni 'place} the btiM.if.s of the co.intrv; v.iiln i !the} I have so 'f.ir:' succeeded( at least, as to have (State '1'.e.s-murs ) hawked! about the I 3 Be it further er.acfcd.Thatirshail:

, ore, lot fly the 120 millions, the indirect tax I II i j ;pasMbli*, and thc woik of cYtracling the bi-' j I Co:.trol of a cocvt: : tr.Jti:d m i.cv: j power, and: avoided! ceiistire. I have: heard of.no deposition streets dl 50 p-i ct. discminr. An i.ulebted- be the duly of the said < -lficer alter the dcrec.
I laIJI\cthcl.l\\' ; the will of' the i I : to m.ike a different stkctio i on theground i.css in Stale Bo nis of 7 IIltlil! .. -
which 5
pci.ple. :
thetaritf
of 1826 would have laid upon: dies from the :iallen houses was lot com pl.! : j I on account I il.tnt: hp.- complied w ih: the provisioris itt ,the
it; but it has been saved probably as I i ted. Whcl the Vicksburg lel, some 1; or 7. licsohfd, That Congress hums no power I that these duti"s are not sltislI'torily'IPcrr..rancd. : of! Ihe I I'm-in Bak.2!: on account of the j foregoirg stctior. to return the rxecutionto

millions more, which the pr.vate ) 20 bodies had been found. W.I'cry dif- under the Constitution, to mtt-ifere with ori i I lint, de.irrr than all these con- Pla..ters Bank, ar-d: the interest piyaMe: every the Court from he.ce it wLkihe
lalufaclur. I w issued. :
: geihe:
control! the *l.,mestie iristituiio.is ot the sideratio'ss, arc the principles involved in thea1J1r1mIC11i1g six mo.tths. How .
ing companies: would have levied, by the ex. j 1'icult to effect a landing, as every house mi- ; severul Can we pay it 1 Taxation I bond of i ll.e dd t rot\I and it >h..llbfetie 1
;
States, and that such States the sale ai.d I / election. They ought I-) be sus.I.lined become "'
are roUst
i..tolerable.
: ,
Elusion
competition with their merchandise.Gen. : del the hill, except t fuc or six, was blown without ; I duly of tl.e said Court, in case the coi ditiocjof
McKAY showed, moreover, that be I' down, and the river fled with floating frag. I proper' judges of every thing iippertai linj t to regard to any individual partialities : said boi.d \\ih, the tid
Bides these savings to the nation, (which. was meats of houses and linboats. I their own atl lir!, not prohibited by the Comi.si I or feeling ; mal, under this i cons ic. 'II .\ Ira\: IJl'r'ho left since that date, reports tlf't'h'c is not cinuplied,. at

relieved almost without knowhg: it, as it was .The tornado.on 1 leaving :SaJchez, ( uhIow.ed I ituut iou! ; I that all cli'iris of l the Aljnh'ionistsor : tion, hope my friends \\dl feel a perfect free 70 per cent as the di cuu:t. ,I the moi.tlis to i is ii a new exccmkicg
others id.i I dom of actio-i: in I lie ('oiuseut I ; "usist principal and sureties; wticbstaflbe
III to i .d.ico ioti '
: Congiess to inter ,
I
tamed the of the river about miles. -
without
insidiously, perccivi-ig! the hull: course fight l fonhwith
: fere with (juestio of SI 1 U cry, or to take incipient I It i is with sentiments: such as I have expressed : Poor :Mississippi: ar.d this then! levied and; collected, vuLcut
that took the d'lties from it,) a vast public down. The court ho'isc in Vi.I.I1i.Wa: lc\' I : h Ihe end 'furl/her
: steps i il i rel.iti-n thr-reto, u ire c.tll'u\.llell: ), and under an earnest desire ihat the of all her delay.
debt hail! been discharged by Democratic; eled to the groundaid: the parish jud<;e kiie.'Tie spl..cJid scheme She would Sect. 4. Be it
lie millions trees 01 the : side of the river I"J" I lead to tIC! in jst aljrm-.ig! aid daegi" roils labors ft" the Co.ivcnlio: i m itu..d; to the advancement plu.tge /herself i i:1: millions of debt: o,\ expect.lio .). of this furmiucrpr.actecl.Tbateopait
hall
(fcc
Adminitratitm-tlat tueny.rglt "IPSIP ; aid that all s.ich cf-its( I : a.d success lJloUti r cht-ri.heJprii of act ) so construed: ts loaullor.
.. from Treasury among as well as those ;. Island, were all conseq.icnci-s Ialr" i I future riches- he is left without the ize Lai kn .
hd blalct-that three anti a halfmiUijnt : torn up by tha roots Iclz or stripped of their I an inevitable tu ile.icy to dnni iish the Inppi-: ': ci.Ics| in the pcndn contest, that 1 havefelt S, means ot l'a'IHl'III-hf'r borrow d capital has any to avul I uself g corporation of the in tlisTern.lory beroaranted.

Letn gicen to railroad corporations awl others, Lra; I dus. ness of I the people, a:id end auger the: M.d.ilit\ i istrai.icd: to address to \ on this hasty su.k, she knows hot: w h' rc, ard her citizens privileges

in and pel m.me.ice of the I U lioI: and ought no't I Idlcr. You will, of course, t feel at perfect aie ove.ilo.idcd be\oud
the remission of duties on railroad iron, j Tny damage: done to the cro s i i:1: the j endurance, with ihcirn.dividnal
i to E be cou'ite.11 tC d by f friend] to our i liberty m.ide such use of it as shall, in jour ;; -
'c.-that and I considerable any po i 1JlrdeIa'y; canot their
large iicig'iimhood w.js KOIIIJi
.. IIL rl "pIWpnltiJI"I very htic.il il"'lilu! 'illlls. i I jjndgme; : be calculated; to piumoic i harmo.nv ; own drt-: how pay House of Ell rcscj.tathcs, Ftb. 2G, 1E40.
.ItalI
amounting to )) millions i i plaMatio.is: bei.ig deprived; of all their fe.iciv, they pay those; of the The ibe
many 001' IoLhe of
ill thc Convention aIlII'i\'c l wcU: ii.to cMnmiltce i
8. Rcsohed. Tiial the srparalio: : of the : strength l.) Slale .She! wo-iM
made aid had have bii.kswithout
to public woika and establishing it.ar. j others cabi.i takc.i; ; a
away
| every who'e!
0 I on n bill to (te ei.tiiltrd netexeculioi.s (Ot1
) monies' of" I the I Government fiom, I our cause ihoughmr our beloved count rv. an
: I. [ it.il
xnones, hospitals, fortifications, dtc.-thuii! : >. : the storm. : 'iWhl"g specie CiI| aiiu they are ROW without even in Lancaster
stitiitio'i' < is I Ifu.ids Most rcsprctfnlly: ; ccitii casts : ard Mr.
i.idiopo-isililu for the 5.lt.'Iof. .
--- the that s't-dovv) of wealth credit
rneuEe hintis had been ; 1 : Her banks
11)i i.'g' :
- In materials for 'liJ'oinltcd1' I FAYKFTUVILLK:, M\Y 13. I : of tIle GU\ cr.mlcat: .u.dthc: lights of the J; Your !fiiei.d .md ftllovv-citiz: wonln. (.;*cr into trade, would become ":free ch:'lunar, rejorttd S"id bill lojl: *
oui
out :
la ig 1.d Awful Storm.--Oi Situidiy list I about people. | III II! ). JOhNSON.'Ilie de.Jei&/.uid aid House, with all! tut the enacting clause strict-
of hiv : sell the ,
arim some the noLlcst'cssd m the -mmodiliesol'
\vorldarmi ig our : ;I not i, the most Id.ltilltorm! visited this 9. Itesolccd, That t'le liberal prLcipk-s: Hon. Linn n.\ .!, i.d the Ho.i. \\'Iiim: : the lao.dI1It'ir'n notes l-.ave ..f.w become en out. Tl.eeas. ai II r.a'sH're called l oaf
ig firtresses-rehtiihc1iig; place and the burroundiag ( that embodied Jeil'erso.i O. [IIutK-r, .MeinlxTs; of from >r concurri g with ii.i- report, by Iessrs.
public edifice and; in other oik* of.1:1: useful countiy we by : ii the Di-claraii' : of', Conjrn-s-i : a connr.odity: :i. d I li-c viUst thi..g too, that is Head
and imperishable character-that at least have ever witnessed. We have; heard of I Independence! and sanctioned by I the Co:iMitution I Kentucky:: a.r1: Delegates t tc. the Baltimore cried 11 the in, rk-t. leaven h-t lr' thee, poor ard tVrg.ii-on, aid: were :

&score millions mure had been paid i i.I ac. such things.but we have met with no one whoever ) which makes ours the lund of libcity, (0:1\ CIt: Ul.: .Mi I ''5.ssij'pi Tl'ou Ira"t seen. i 1i the order oft u r-fl*-Mtsaw. .A; ders.n, Cell, CirtefFerguson. -
saw them before. A black rlotid st and the asylum of the of C-tiibs i Irwin, Lmcastcr, Li\if
quiring the ludia-i domain witlu'i the States lich oppiesacd) every : ituie.: : it th j ;!h i idow !is ever opposite to
; on ucquiiliol which, ii time, wul mote than came up from the West, suddenly: discharged nation, have ever been cardinal principles: I in The Cos: cii inn friendly: 'to the prCs'lllAlltni..i..lraliulI the sul.-t! r".Hl', ,i. d like lit in in i.i the[ [ Scan. Stun, PKiH'Ot.h.su'J.: : M\er., Futh'SC.Cll

( sums taken by it from the Treasu. I I its conic;its of wi.drai i and hat1;!, i i a perhct the Democratic filth, and every attempt to J which met at Baltimore osi' dauaviaii; fiMc, il :ii h t t buugi.t! a Iadnwih SittIe' -14 ;
tle deluge. The hall came down at first in abridge I hue prh ili-go of the 5ih of May; to recomrnei.d ca.ididatea at '. Mr. Messrs. ArcbftBlackburn
ry, it will give birth to a population' in a smal present becomi-.p cit. | 55 the epcta'ion: of rc\'cr"iag nature, and Xays- Speaker,
I bodies, and rap'idly i.icre.iscd i i.1 size; it izenj: and tho owners of soil am luol.tht: : the next election: for President and Vice Dubos .MarJii.M'RaenvRe.
si.igle lifetime which, on the most rCdUil.d6cale ig i:1 pri'jecting substance from it. Well, if the __ .
ever contemplated for the taiiif, refund I fell h in;isses almost ns large as : man's u\t. to Le resisted with the same spirit which President, having ;ajourned after decl.ui igf. l people_ ot .Mi4M-I i :ippi can strujr le tint of this labor 0-- Ta} /lor, .u\\'atktr-l0.!

annually and forever, more than wil cost ]I The largest one w'e saw: measured was 1.2 I .swept the alien and scd.tioa laws from our nominate.. t for the Vice Presidency. I cosiiiur: dulsculty, they are the stoutest: hearted people! So the report was concurred in."
n.ches' ia bal we have heard I staiule book. myself authorised to interfere i iJ
clrrumlcre.tc that
:
of the lauds. Gen. McKay observed also question; ii: tne world. m.dflll deserve lo be respected -
that the Democratic admi list rations of Jack.I I of one which was picked up nearly twice as I I so far as I have been personally interested ii: as ai: inslni.ce of moral heroism LAo.st.IDE.-Wcrcgrctto learn, that C

son and Van Burcn. w abused for waste, had lare. I It co.ui mod for about 10 mi.mti-s, i h: THE VICE PRESIDENCY. it. ; At present they are a sad aP1r1h1el. night before last the bai.ksof the river,oaiw
which tuna it destroyed hue of The U.:io:1 in which did exampleof side of caved in for *>B e
greater Georgia ihe
aged to pay' a greater sum, in the list: part party the j levitaUe end speculation; : overhank- opposite city,

pan years, for pensions:' than; all other Ad. I I I the growi.ig crops) and G i rde.ss o witlu'i its The fo1t'lwi:1g: letter from Colonel Rh. M.Johnsoiwas me the honor unexpecedtly, to make an ing, fraudulc.it: bn.kmg, and Sato: Dell.- distance. The point w here the landslide ft

mwilratw:1 from the foundation: of the '. 'I f'ig", polled down, uoaiTv ry sill the fruit, and unconditional; ( ; nomination of t me for that office Charleston Mercury.COMIflUiMCATIONS.. below the Whlow House, immediate!} >II"
GI\
broke perhaps from 20 to. ::30OUO of : presented lo the COl\'cn: ion, by List had the kindness the i1Je
ernment. II panes I >ear, in conformity to .. (hut, low er t ferry. Fortunately,
I !---t .
Now we ask our candid ctlln'mca: to gIu35 11 this town alor.r. Pigeons flu.ig i Ii i I I Mr. Butler uf Ky. my w ishes, to chai.ge that :.ominatioi:i i.ito an I!I was protected b) a double levee. Ik'lid

compare the slate of thi..gs:; which General i i I the air were h'lockcd down dead, pouliiywere I CITY OF WASIIIXOTOV, expression of preicience, audio refer tho I I, levee sui.k and several buildirgs with it. *?'

McKay has so ju thy carried to the credit of kII.I.: hnrnrs: st.ndi.ig 11 the streets t Gentlemen! : April ij, 1840. subject to the decision ot those who were ox- !i Fir I he- Fo jdi.lII. space beiw cell the old and new: levee, vW

the Administration the conditimi of uveiy were: fnghte.icd and galloped: off in al directioiB The near approach of the N.tioi.il: : Demo peeled, fairly: representing their political :! Mr. EDITOR-Sir : I have road the pro. is i.ear titty yards in w idih aid four huc lnm

thing j.i thu hands Federalism. They have : and iadeed: such a BCOIJC: of :1 H'J'l! cratic Convention: in lialtimore the 5th of friends to decide upon it. ;|Jcecdiags oh.a very large and respectable lei gih, us ovei How \jib wilier from the t 10

i.ivolved: the Slates in inextricable debt who.i- have never witnessed. I May, i idurcs m' to address \ou. Tho object No decision hav mg: been made union and meeting:' held at Centervillo on the 2oth of bix feel deep. Thc buildings that disappwjjed

ever they had control. Their Banks have It exteuded m' >r a spice nlnnt 4 milessside of that meeiing; is to nominate candidates: concert of action arc not now to Le alit icipat. April, 1840, to lake into consifleralion the were llir ee frame houses:between }

ispen4d twice-and their great Bank, the by porhaps 30 i.i Jp.igih; n: all of which 1! for; the ie
regulator, is utterly v ins.l vcut. ihe) groiii.d n covemd with \cgftalMi' I. or the I|I Piesident of the United: Stales. I In lolationto : no frie.id, : of (hue Administration can hope quence of t lie binpension of specie payments maict, about 10 o'clock at night .ere

No doubt, ifihe'tariffof 1829 had remiI.1! | leaves ni.d branches of trees. Wo have I the Presidency{ I urn happy, to find it is for an election by the pei>le. The mUI e tir.tUlate by our Bai.ks and to express their disappro. awakened by a crash, aud the rush of pet

ed unaltered, the importation of some an tides heard of. no perti: being hurt. universally understood that there will be no ; can be thiovvn only high enough on batiou of the ruinous s\sleni, which is being i.ilo their rooms. 'I hey had lime b-irelj o I

r would have been diminished, but to what cx. TUC ASIATIC SHIP OF WAIt AT NEW YORK. divisio.i. The It'aJilg and o.ilv: point i.i the electoral poll to secure the change bei.ig;' adopted by many of our citizens, in suoing escape null their Hvts; loosing all oftM*

lent is conjectural. The revenue would cvi.dently tin/ novels of the i, which any discussion is anticipated, is that oi chosen by the Senate. Whoever HU"ceeds, each other for specie, at a tim when the goods. Si.lc-e that, the reSt gUeolI'.
events i
have been greatar: than it was under the late Among arrival at Now York of day, : the I the Vi.e Pretudoiicy. the, will occupy hIs place with the perfect Banks are not pay'ng specie. I most heartily powder house has caved in, ai.d there are

the acts for the reduction cf duties; and as I from Muscat \'crsc and j From the situation in which I am now kiowledge that he owes his elevation lo the concur in the general sentiments expressed I dacaliulI that o lh. tttdrnuitidJif ot tucontinues '

whatever is taken from the people i LI the form Tnis cargo s cssd, thc, "on..Vu//aie the i"or"A'o Pcr.ill gulf." I placed, it seems to bo proper, that inv senliincuts partially of a fragment of his own party, ando; by said meeting-that is, that the people who i to an alarming exteat. The' -

of t.IUliol, must have been: spent ii bimu I' is a sloop of calc war, u.ider the command of
or other it is that the Thefirst question will be, whether tho Con. his fellow citizens.Withhold I reared them with the Maud serious the lower apartment t.belVI
way plain uxpo.idituies; I ben Hamed, and helo.i, sto the j : : up among privilege to "
of Government must have incrca. d i.. like! I of the Imam of Muscat the Seid Said navy ben ; H'lHtna111 go ino: me nomination. the sustaining power of public swindle and cheat the community at pleasure, J I c..vered five feed deep in water, as yd ed

ratio. I IOf Sultan.! Captan Achaied the b j On this [point, it is siid.there t will bo n dif. approbation, and the honor and emoluments to expand or contract their circulation at the ;yard and garden. Hopes are eD.le
i
j > of tIC"
the articles imported fiom 130 to j letter and complimentary e e"pnsSII: !, accord.a t fercncc ot t..pillion.VIlI.'lhcr tho Con sci. of public otKco in all free countries, and parijculailv will, to t fail or break when they please, a' ould that the landslide will not extend to tw.
1838 reduction : lion shall miks a nominatio:i, or leave it in tins, are but have, nod did have levee drown the
the i duties :IOUlld il the i iug to A i.1Iic us.igo. from ijjltaa Said to the i to poor recompensation a right to expect of the -an event that must leIt
aggregate to 8 170.539.319. To this IMW:i. j| President: of .he United Slah s. each State to make its own selection, I wish fir tho labor performed the responsibilities last Legislative Council, the passage of some city of Algiers. The iJiabiions for another

lug of the burdens of the people is, h a degree I The cxtcasioa of our commerco with As'a. j I my friends to understand distinctly, that thai incurred, and the gross irisruprescatations 1 Ilw, whic'i would have put the people and the own protection would do well to rS8| '

t be attrjbucd; (he prosperity which the coui.: tic naUonp and its security 'by treaty stipula.tuns will be milter with which I UII1 hot to iacr. inevitably( encountered ia fulfilling its duties. Banks oa an equal footing in this respect. levee in the rear of the one that OO

try has enjoyed-a prosperity which: theWhigs ." : has been the subject of and fero. I will bn perfectly satisfied with the During a large and not unsuccessful public But no such law was passed, arid thereforethe constitutes the only barrier agttwst the !
aalioul suc. !I course the Co-ivemion: fchall career, I have never been placed in 1sit.. said have 0.
by the various bubble blowiig gya- ce sful l interest to the Admiuistration. One adopt ; and in yet meeting censured the lIst Coun. courchments of the ri.er.-.v

(ems, have converted utmost into adversity. I of Iho'hdPPY results of thw care of our !I j any event, must beg of theme not to suffer. uat on to doubt that the position I occupied cil for not passing such a law. I think those I --* 11-

It ..Mly for the Whigs to set up Clr. theironn mercial interest, 'was of com. ,; any feelings of partiality for me to endangerI : wu| agreeable to the wishes of iho great ma. who have 'participated in' that meeting had I THE CREDIT OF THE FBDEKAL COV

m'enl party. Economy is utterly in. I I I and the 1 treaty Imam of navigation Muscat ;I the principles which we are united in; sustain jority of those to whom, belonged tho right to not read the Journals of the Council alfei.. The Washington Globe says1h.J.

eompatlbU, with their scheme and can bo carriIK I which commerce relieved wiI commerce from diserimi., ing. My sentiment, has ever been, jlmt in a control it. I desire public station on no other tively, .or they would have seen that Mr. verttsement of the Secretary o"the.T !

} into other : Republic, no citizen has any claims the terms.V Ilhuut denying to tho Union BLACKBUIW introduced a bill which million oCTfCUY"ttLkiDg /
cieio 90 way than by heavy nating dutiec. Another upon party if it hadpasse'd for on exchange of one
tues and correspondently hea. has been concluded with advalt"jeuul kingdom treaty Siam people! to election for any office, irrespective ill Georgia, or to any other purlioj of my would havo'obviafed 'all difficulty, on notes for specie, has ..resulted uiment an
ndtures of iho benefit and advantage resulting to fellow ciiizans, the right to use name, if tho subject for twelve months and ho in ooe
the my
vy ejtp : on part of the Goverii.rict&t1 and have been made with the exerted to take the notes, payable
approaches themselves. All offices ought to be for tho in their opinion, it will uot be further mixedup himself ,to have .said bill into
The object of the Democrats, 0 the same desirable object, to the of Co. passed a (law, with permission to redeem thrin neruj
other Mod:1.to reduce t.ho'. burden oa; the chin; China,Japan, and China.tmpire Nor has our good of the people, and' not for (the incuni.bents. in this contest if my wishes are respected. but owing to the squeamishnes of a few of sixty day*' notice, at lew than fi* JJ
If tpqeial 1 services ever, merit ) While ,the contest continues, it would be our friends, and the undivided beJor* !
p oj4.) '0 'the lowest oroouut by extoiuive aad,.aluubla trade to, tbe 8ua''' speciul ,opposition of per centum-interest.. yvt>ta, WJTj |
ffrictly .Goveroroeol pbe fewobject been neglected the countries of Rd, both i t:I rewards, those rewards should be give in a source of vexation to c roe, aud what wouldbe the Bank party in the House, the bill was credit of the Government been equal

a Jto1.t it c the Coaf African and Arabian, are under the Govern. I i toy other waythan.tbat, which would en. considered successful result, attainable, lost.. ,Soma.opposed ft t .as U\ey"laid, on con. So much (or thai clamotof FederahsnfTthe
t M b II danger the great fundamental would afford mo no personal gratification. I stitutional in '
;IGn. of M Pacha of Egypt, | principles of grounds ; reply to which I might Executive, for tinker ..1system.
eD oa Ali I liberty. V JOHN FORSYTH. ny, that_ if the Banks have the coostitqtional ."" S **




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MISSISSIPPI."J privilege to issue their not* .
SEOnCtIKO III ,prwa&.
elective of. r THE KlfD OF THE :
from an au-1 The value of our trade to tho dominions of i To regard a highly responsible Reader the following melancholy picture ttfl 00. demand, which they ca'n 'n &I 'f
table derived services is to re. ,
,
The ,
to the eichwion of the men -to that I following i is than may be : fice as a reward for past and fertile State, sure-and in that event the '
Sultan Muscat p
the of of
greater condition young
enable the reader to judge J forestalled the a pIe'ha1tt.
will '
: to comfnand thentic source, I the elective franchise as by I redress-then
President !
feature which snablesihe for eighteen monthsof gard [ It is taken as a mailer of sbt-er
'
Official returns pondered.
!1 of tho Whigs supposed. be gravely
lof tho dmtTcrencoofthe policy and it is therefore repng. worthy to, It
he. ; claim of justice the the bill
through au officer whom may pun. visited Zanzibar, how the the from citizen ol Wis.aissippi people, introduced
and vessels that from letters, a by Hr.
Democrats in regard revenue, If such claim two private B.
and tho ,
11th i for ,I court martial bears nant to Republican principle I should have passed. I send
disobedience, by number to bo lorty-one, of which thirty-Wrf his friend nnd relative in this city. you 'a
the impress oT the-sianding nrmy in \Inch J cosequently in regard to expenditure.Had remaned unaltered, were American. Twenty of these were from may be urged in favor of any other, on nny I to fetfers of business and friendship, i the bill, which I hope you will pub,., i"1fAr tl
tarifToflS2S I humble They were
the
of that
I Harrison held 1 h'u commission in the days and threerrom'New occasion, 1 am conscious, my are next paper, fur the information offl
Boston extracts ,
I. Salem three from and the
: Messrs. CI.XY, HARRISON, WEBSTER, what they :: not meant fir effect- etnee, ,
Sedition Uws. a the east services merit nothing beyond cd, and especially those who
the Alien und I ol the York. Zanzibar is nn island, on the brooding desolation have Urat .
Mr. Potnsett's the Chief Maggistrate I and other desired, and the expenses for the tradeof : have already received. So far M past spr.1, mere casuarglancea stood foremost t in the ranks of the
and is the depot land fragmentary
ptnenablcs.t Africa Loco
coast '
&c. that unhappy
4 i Government for internal improvement, I of the man, that has settled on .
through
the
elicited principles
of to Qition coml\d consume only that coast, and of the Red Sea and Pererau vices have remark, that intrude! themselves in -those who were the first to a.v 1"" .. _.
the ChielMagistrate ot a State ; and in this been kept up high enough to Gulf. Tha United States nro.representcd.there ,] they will be regarded ns pledge for his fu- be left out, not take Union Bank Bills i ill .n.i ._
could
and not p
from yment
the receipts of the writer,
without
which the duties including not spite
this ought
Administration and they
,
bo discriminates the lure course; beyond of their produce, which
: :15ul. androtten they |, hlYIG
by a c) of debt might
: that those I because the disease public
that which land it seen expenseswould in relation to myself. -
maintain State Uights.from wi b the be considered especially sale those who
would to said
on are to be
Sultan Said large territory the the
It must not ranged from forty to sixty; millions possesses I credit has covered nil things, robbing even fint ji,.
,'oul rennw the Federal of Feb. '! would have been the splendid cast coast of Africa, extending from Cape : of pillow of the bumble citizen of the sweetness tract, and are now willing to take the
III
the 3d That the my
that Harrison, on: There rests no obpgation on part this
II furgotten ofdolnrs. Delgado; to Capo Gardafui. His navy consists ( the if it same rag shop nl par, when j h
which 1te I of CLAY and HARRISON party I if it 1 of Wha would be picture j ia 1rtl
repose.
of
Uc.LouisuUe Legion ) debt gratitude
The
la irletter | display whichseveral friends known and
last, K of seventy-five vessels of war, ot' I to me. sketched with design, and universally admitted,tbat the
his A were complete,
republished yesterday, referred to '' existed, has been more than paid. HI of that batik ,
arc line-of-battle; which is a larger ever into pl..ce11 the marvels I of are at a diiCouatof35 perCt14.
which have here analyzed,us one: i ; ON iMroinsF. that remains, is from me to gathering one
Scheme, we Dtj.iis naval force than that omit the Asiatic princes the obligation( this sudden and mighty wreck Surely too U 7 consistency thou art a jewel. -
be would now on: the nation. .w _- them. The confidence which they have man.ifested If
urge Indian one now had the
into combi lCd on 1 the oce1; 1. unles by one who every same
nnalrd du- Krduced d'l"> have horrible to be looked upon, con6dezc.
= : .. 1 ll's .\'. The of one of the Siltan's ships in ; and the kindness shewn to me, moral desolation, in the Union Hank, that friend
>HI tliu tjiune.feXPCN'DI ? l s nmlr I" II.t'r 'Iwd.a| presence riitilndo ill bosom could delight ii n vision of my of .
TURKS 1' : OF G.iVr.riS3.r.NT.: J : .1 rfT..l'' t 1823 \ iiih'. ..i: our harbors affords us extreme gratification: ; imposed an obligation of cancel., There my is, at a special shadow brooding over the ruins of terville seem to have, there would be no tile
the and we hope that the .' SullaneeV voya eto which I can never the for a stay law, and I even doubt
bee.i raised l hy Op. the tral sis of industry, extinction
A great clamor has 1- 'JjGill'JG-i 91 stake. It !Is the enterprize, p< > whether
: poariou ; b.ut:;; the expenditures of Government 13 I : ::. "( G 21 I !,I22:91:: tl.'t t tI '''the U-iited States will result in freque' visits! I I''suppoit this time,of a great the principles interest at, in which we are of faith, and the darkening of hope. | there would: te any use for specie, fOr the
B.u.ks
., we have re- tI ,; 5 ::11 77 'of Sultan S.lid'sessels to our t'orls.-Globe vords the extracts have in! might certainly: strike off
with much injustice t It. 3.i.a :U2-,41 : ; which th Government haslo.g : 15iu these are : I paper etJoup
amid
m4.i06() to.W .'! '4tj. Till ins'ant. ii.iied.: upo-i} I for home consumption. But .
how toB.'s
pe.itodly ehuwii. is curious to see 1 32 2t .1 them a meaning beyond the parade ol rhetoricExtract ntUrtllo\
I would necessarily: : l9,79.aO UJ:3 :U'J..51'! 91 ----- been administered. Those principles letter the 25/A of March : stay law. I fear even SUCh a"hVi
much these expenditures 15 of a of
:UI 41.42. "11 2-: -t .li5.11 I6.l4 ) DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. have bee my guide fir more than: thirty-five that with sill its
have bean increased, if their favorite: |pulley> > in 2.ta4:7CS: I ti.t J.OU() r Zt.l! lt91 :310 5: unanimously which time I have been coat in. 'In order to remit to you, it will be uoces constitutional ol.jectioti.
: regard t') the t.trillhad been persevered ii.: 1,3)I 6,421 r)1 :' 4 cu3.t::: ;'::1! tU4lI991! I'' 5J The following. resolutions( were years dnri.'g! sea; of sary to purchase Louisiana money, (at n i would not suit my Centerville f and.. 'nit

S The duties which actually accrued, during! I t.>;3;I 4i.12 84: 4. .119.18)) : ,. 4'jI1.l'; I 23 ::91tJt adopted at the late National Democratic ually afloat upon; the tempestuous dear to political me heavy discount) and therewith procure aNew i iI bill did not propose to make any rag moom
from 1834 1838. inclusive, j 1 4aiA',6"7 :;J! 2..1I7 aJ2 IGilJl,800( 3G Convention at Baltimore : life. They are much more We arc in legal tender; it only proposed to
five years, tl I ------.- than own elevation; or that of any) other l Orleans draft on your city. I give the
nmouiued in the aggregate to 813,5UJ,71( ; NATCHEZ DESTOYEU BY A TOR. 1. Resolved, That the Federal Government my I desire all of my friends in the I an awful l condition, the d tys of the Brandon t I people u breathing sptll. I hope Jou 'tjj j

and the uett payments into the Treasury; aler NAUO. is one of limited powers, derived solely person.Convention to regard their preservation; ; as Bank again; Union. money (standard) 35 toI publish the yeas and nays on the stay Lj.
,
of collcctio.i, drawbacks, from the Coastitution, and the grants of powers I below Yours, &c. A Loco 1-'oco.
deduct.ig expenses stcmmer7icksbrgCaptain I I Grice, arrive : infinitely more important than the qualification : 4!)) per cent, par.
etc., amounted to 833,3 U,'UJ. If the tantf The fjr.iMies shewn therein, ought to be strictly: cO'I.1. : I I "Fiom present appearances we shall: not -
the Uh. of friendship.:
had n-d : the djtic.s 'I at New Orleans I I I rued I all the and Agents of any private 1 ii G )1I11tIv' A BILL, tf, bo entitled.. An
.5 of 1823 rem.t u.lalcrc of a tornado, ) which s: by Departments I have not solicited re.i-.omination, nor have a Bnk in tIn Stale :: m Act to t stay Ex.
fttllowi particulars
that would have on articles imported I: the ig I the Government, and that; it is i (expedient have fear is, that \ IIm i the vafcmo is created: I coitions in certain Cases.
I been great
t took i.1 i Natchez (u uler the hill) on I shall 1 decline it. I am, as ever
in those jears, \\ouUi have am.Minted, I I, Th'irMJiv place, 7th hsianl: winchvc CUti'om. I: and di'igenais to xcrce: doubtful constitn-j, i in I the hands! of friends: and fi lfcitizl"ls.! time New Orleans I5n ,.. will expand; to fill it, Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Go'ernnf

I in the aggregate, to 233,1)37,737): ; and 'lie i ii I' J tional powers.ii. 'I ;it I is no less pleasure than it is my duty temii.mke by l deali ig in Cotton and Negroes, and then a .and Legislative Council of Ihe Territory of
i.ito the Treasury to ubuul the Bllietil.: Rcsilrcd That the Constitution doc) > my I Florida That from and
i nail: p.IUW..t<* I V be entirely .clous explosion: in that city I ;after the
city of Natchez was visited I the avowal, that I with to : stnpu pas* 'll de\lcd co.iier the General; Government the attend I this it shall be law fid.
8174000000. not upo i I ; ,; "The :anxieties' and responsibilities; act. for the defei.dlnr.
with one: of the most awful and at I their dispo.salund; shall bo perfectly content: ,,
McKay, of North Carolina, i in; his yesterday I to commence and carry on a general] hero that life itself ,:' ((1.1 all cases where the
General ph'itjff'sucs
\ iis'ressi calamities: : it has ever b-ei l our I ICltC power with their a\\"t rJ. If I in their opinion: the i.ig: collections' are so great, I ;: out and
: S late excellent speech upon the c"pc.llHlrCS, > ig about 2 o'clockP. system of internal: : improvements., |i for which we contend will be is almost uksome; no one can )lie: down ;it ob'ains: execution, at.d demard specie

S brought before\ the House lho e sinki ig M.\to,\iltC dark: cloud Yesterday mule ,its appearance i i I. :3. llcsslccd, That the Constitution: does ;!; great more ;likely principles; a -
I From them, he argued to show the ival sere the Suuthrct, preceded by a co'.iti'iiied: not confer! snilhorily upon I the Federal ( ;iovcrnmcnt. I name; they will use it : if, in; their opinion, buy meat and bread i i.1 the IIInruill ." Ii I U.:either t.. person,or liy liis, her.or their

; : vice rt'iidered b)lh .l. J.cksol and hs; sic.; \ I the A-s it came 01 swiftly I!. : directly or indirectly! to assume; j I another: ( selection will be more likely to ensure From another Idler of the 2lst April : attorrev: SKlli. g forth that it is not in "her,
the body U-iowv roaring of winds. the debts of the several Stale**, cu.llrilll.d( 1 for; ,
cessur to Every I : from their nukf "
New Orleans sentytu to
country. "Tin : or i in
: and with the speed of the wi ids,, it was I success: : they will mike another selec : remittance; power jiment : such oir.
S that, in every successive message, the 1 lit" aad I : local internal impn xemcnis or other State was made at iJO* cent. i rCI.t, Useless. at an nresornle!
wafted fioin ihrectlv make iominaiion : by per sacrifice
met bv another which! was tion.: If; in their opinion; : to ; no : ,
pres .lt Pre-ude.its hive urged the reducti..i I purposes, nor wo'il.l! such assumption bn jlbt i iI. \\ to the 'I1'cic sta' dard, : ai.d lh.it use jtiiidnvu i i-J i.ot (
I I tin; opposite point of I the cm)!IIjIlS., Adescription i I of a Vice Pru-ident, and leave the seleciion .I car : rapidly cm: rg I Lterpnstd[ torthepuipuhuof
of taxes and the redticiiou of cXIc.ldlurcs'the or c\l't't I.it'.lt. I The ba..k ti-ii.k bill of the last sessio i delay, or with
{ : of the sublime spectacle whichlollnucJH to I the ;pleasure and. preference of the i i1t'pllJlicillis or : ; : a view fifeveuual.!
Opposition, on the oilier Itaati, sniggledfrom ; 4. llc.\nlcrd. That j 1st ice and sound policy C ,
in clear of
: the State tie dtk.
1 beyond the power of language; to (: mit'lime several States: willjiveui'iit will! [I'ru.r.lf! : c\l'ry hi .k : ly p-t.i. g ulnch affiJatit
tjrst to last t, to keep up tlio tanll;; a.t toreuder 1 forbid :the }Federal (Government: to foster: one'i I 1 notesof shall, l-e sworn to aid sulscrihed
of the lie I vfliltlOl iivintiis. Resumption; obligatory oi; the
: At the in inseiil: : co.cmiio.m; i strength! I to our friends; I : : I (liy
5; it indispensable, broached of cxcry extravsigant convey.Urge nv.s-.e3: of s-eeini.ig: white str.iy; were i branch lfi..dllstrt.. .) time< detiim v.l of another: I! will take that course ; and. i i.1 cither evc.it, IiI \;.m dollars! .,.m tlJ1.t of July, cr' twentyT, party or parties; h.terpoMi.g: ilies.mp: ,) before
think to waste blefl.tIf
couU : the "
drai.i iochcn.- the poit'.on: to I
they oie.:
or :
o preci >itaifd to the carili, tHI\t; eil by l such a .- .mII co::ti'lie' to act with! perfect i-.tcjirity till 1st of Noxcralwr. of :.ll i.otion the 1st niJarimitr iome }:dlci..1 i fi"ctr duly autlionztd to&i.ni.iUt .
the 1'reisury--ticceeded i.i earning appropriatioiig | i jury' another I >n of our common ct.un-? :
oi roari tf the wild, as if rid Coins himsell poitu th 'S'. pri .ciplrs and to the t friends with wi 1. 'Ini i ; ld 1 11.1 1 can FtiicrlIvlieu; there : : r an oalh.
the Ig '
fur uullioti.s beyond: cstlll.hS! I t thai it and every seeli'i i oithu
: (
I7.4I :
and defeated i i.i in.I- was there guiding and llin.ct i ig the t-l"rm.ff try ; cverv ::. i have: hitherto: acied in sustaining: : them. Ii: i is an' one I isiin'on; nM j t'> nay:; e' e.l it.-1 len Seft.2. n(. i it further enacrcil f, Thai i iatte
the were CllllatJ'laa. dem rul and i i.siitj :
Department-; < a right: to :: I ,
: dismantled thir! roofs, amid beunderstood Ju! a.-snrefllv! ihey will t.iil t u-.dor the of time djf .iil.iat
I io wisi
them, DJUI cra ic I by and
: lions mjro proposed by j : an cel'II"li"I'; alai uri\il.'s.! .
levi'lled! with tin: rignts r iM.! : of t their' tv o tivs N-Aemb'-r.. I III.IVR ;ioiis of
to : Inc section
I then most immediately : ) as dec! iri'ig Myself n?I'n"'I : presbnrc LImos regoig : ir shs'lte
otHcial
votes. stutcmci.t airl ,lo IlIultcli'f.1I1t'' is ,
The to cornel-'In' ani. > :
referred to in General ) II111.liled: eu; thi. 'Ihe l air was lil.d: with i hrirks and I and. from aI"illetic.iulcicC per.s i"jrcii : tic! honors: which arie from public! (confi: j-o" symj.tby: for them, s'> sleep[ :lt use the duty .f t ll.t \1 LI r.-hd, SiientF, Constable; ,or
as ; : ; or -
beyond dispute; ., that the Ucniocr tie I bIg pieces Et f timber-: ( C\'t1 heavox. I property tl' :IC". I can: ri-g'ird the m.1:1: but a misnnthrope t1ie.) 1.1 fraud a -ii; foily.,; other oilicer, to whom the c.vcatio3 may be
i aggressi lu j. :
proves Admi'nistraiio i havelcli i.i the pockets ot the I cans wore uplifted and: Ihrtwl hundreds ot'janl.s I :: 5. Jirsolcal, That it i is the dity: of ; who is pencitly: i ulilferu..t. to LImO aI'pl.III:01' J ':Onr Conit I, (Ca nuT- farcr), has lei t iivg dircclcd.to e. dorse n the ::I.mt,thlt i isconseqnencu .
.
reductions: the tanii' \ from their ol ngi i'ml positio i. About GO every : : or I tlur ceisiirtf of f I his 1 'lIlw ":i. I Itis t ti i It i for 3 wt-fka.: No judgments 're uh.! uf t the Lt.em.mt t'1.1.lg" th! ? at'iremeationed .
: -V people 120 millions: : by in Branch:: of the (;m lI\cr .met: to enforce; ;aid.:: I .
1 that t.iriil'oukI have ll.ithoats. l lyi i ig in poit were diified I from the i aqnaiilv! to which I mike no )rtr5i:1.: : tai .{ .1.! or but it'w. from the utter iiaeflii'cv: atnJ.iri% the s-.i.l estcuthn is staved
of 1828 whirh LlliCI I
lie! i 1 Jncting
practice m isi riaril: : ill coi: I
out, if the Federal Administration ,1 had continued : shore and i-u.-k.; Tlie :111; ferrv-bjat ply. oir: public all'.urs.: economy aliC11t.t; no more revenue : Next to mv own co iscience, I lie m H1t, "ti. ; Cit the Juilgff! and whc-n: obtained. no.i.! .: i P3re.itiz.d. twelve inonih : Provided, erthelpsi.! th.ltit

-S V. in power. Mcs:rs. Ad.mis and C'lay had ing between Natchez: and the opposite shore\ niglit; to be raised than; ; is re-j-iiivd to in > tills which I hive received of :tin: :approbation i ., shah he the duty: of the said, officer, to require
laid down their prodigal plan of sectional distribution Capbizel) I and: 5.1 uk ala all o 1 board upposed defray the of the Govern-; of my fellow l citizens, is the richest 1 re.ward 'i Ol t't.iGOOO) ('."ou-g: ) now n:) (Cf ttot ilcfe.; d.u.t, or defei.dat.ts. (as tie case

I and favoritismliich: was to Lr.l' to have perished. The steamboat Undsuaa: I inent. ncceisiry expenses for ,my p.i-.t services, to which im ambition tho d .ekt.r 1 srit'u>ly ss.-ert: tliat not nviru miV: I le,) a l.n d I, with Uvo rodhtdtifEcieitMtunitrto

: ; the surplus from the Treasury, aad to keep c.lpsizt and sJuk. Thc sleamboa i ; Prai sic I G. Resolved, Tint: ('onsrevs: lias'liot pnw- ever a-'pircd ; and this. let-ling has; been than lOa() or l ;'t ('uu. po5sibl\! ever produce ; I le ILe' javuLle I to tie plan tiff

up their laritf of 1823; and this was to prop hail} her cabin entirely taketi olf, and crew I er to charter; a N iiional! Bank ; i that w.; !h'.;.1 I lie principal; cause, lor 1 somj yirs, pist' 1, of, any* uvii'ey.! Such nnivers.il in>olveiicv.* the ,'IIi1 in the sum of di.iiblethej.niouiittf the EUC1I.
two other of their -a Na. nearly all lust. Tit; two hotels in the city, i ione I my continuance i i public lite. It is also my .' tl ft.rtile LmnmnLtIei: never drummed: ot. ]j tion, conditioi.cci! ; to pay the said execution al
up portious system I lievc Mi'li: an in--iutioi| : one of d.1 idly} i iltil-j; !
S tional Bank by its deposites-and the j'>ii: parllv and the other u 'itirdv bl'iun to the i:! ty to I tlie best intere-ts! of the country, I! a.d tliii'ast( houyi morn less hill it has been 111cc.lstaul ellort t ii) hind} liai.'l nil; :ic works ai.d the dema.ajs, with ten
stock companies engaged in certain: nunufacliires : : : grunnd: ; every 1,1 i ii gerousio our republican institutions: : -.II'l t tion: \ ; ; / ; ('m> suspended: as pl-thtifl: per

by the !lev'ies they \ere enabled to ii.keI i injured. I I is impossible: to tl.lllW m.ii\ liocrlies of lilt people, and c-ilcnl: 11 to (, discharge: i its: respon'-iMe! : duties! with: fidelity, all public olti:".s UliJ.:: Treasury war- cent damages.;

by the monopoly( created i.i their favor.through were Killed, as the streets were t with j place tin bnsinr.-.s of t the. country: withi i !the I have so far: succeeded, at least, as II) have r.iiits! (Stale; Tcinrh.iwked about' the I Sect. 3 Be; it further enacted.ThatUsha3be

the lariif. The nation has been saved, then 1 large pieces of limber, reideri.i: <; them in)- ( Control: : of a co-ice-.trati-d:: :, i m ):iI 'y'power, and avoided censnre. I have; heard of.no disposition streets I;t 50 p T et. discs nm mit. An indebted- I the duty ofthe! said i.ffieer after the rlee'! :.

fore, not :'nly the 120 millions, the indirect tax I, pasMble, and the \11ur .!i\tracliii< the b-i. above the laws and; the will of the p ,.ple. to make a (hlFerenit I--ctio: i on the uess in Stale I:CIi3; of 7 imllioi.s! :; 5 on: aC.1, lint: \\complied with the provisions r>f the

which the tariff of 1823: would have laid upon lies! from the {alien: hOI cs was not comple 7. llcsoh-fd That Congress; has no ground) that these duties are not satisfactorily count ot time Union; Ba.'dc, ; 2 on aCCoUnt of [the I. foregoirg stctior.s: to n turn the execution

it; but it has been saved probably as m.in\ I ted. When the Vicksburg let, some !; or thc Constitution, to intel: ferc with powerunder or I performed lint, dearer than: all these con. ': Pin .ters Bank; ar-d: the interest pnyadle every I theCkiiri from wher.ce it issued.gethe. : : wch

millions more, which the pr.vate 20 (bodies had been; found. I W.IS'ery difficult ) :: control I the l.iinUtin mutations; ol I the several I hideralious, arc the principles involved in the six nt'i.ithg. flow cati we pay it I Taxation ''t the I bond: of ll.c dtfet.c'aut; ::; ar.d it khalltetleclniy ;

V ing companies: would have levied, by tlc exclusion : to cifect a landing, as every house nn- States, and that such States: are the sole alai i approaching election.: They ought to be -11 ;. rnu-t become intolerable/a of tic said Court, in case the com dames
der the hill, except live or six, was blown ,I.lined. without regard loan individual the!d
; competition with their mcrchmJis: judges of every thing appertai nnj } partialities r.1 of said LtJi.d l i is mot cuiipliedvi'h at
proper till
: Gen. McKAY allowed, moreover, that. besides \ down, and! the river fled with floating frag. their own atlairs, not prohibituil by tIll Conhlitnlion I or feeling ; am II!, under U.is conviction : I II A traveller who left hi.icc that date, of twelve moi.ths, to is u'* a new eiccutis

I V these savings to the nation, (winch was i: meats of houses and : [ ; that all eil'jrls of the _\! ,!i'i'Im:5tM: I 1 hope my friends) \\ ill feel a perfect freedom ports 70 per ce:>t as the di col1:1t. I ilg.i lIst the principal! ai.d sureties; '.d.icbsl'.J
it. it i 1 The lornudo.on: leaving 1 Natchez, flo\.1 I II of action: ill the I Coim\eliou.! i.i ib.:4
relieved almost without kao\ img ns was I or others, undo to i ,(dnc Con ios to ilitcr.1 t It, fori\\ ilk levied ai.d collected,
taxed insidiously, without perceiving: the hand; I ed the course of the river about, eight \. {fere with qnestio is of si I ivery, or to take! incipient I It i is with: re.'itinieiits: such as I have expressed Poor 'Jssi.i-pi! ard this then! is the end! further delay.!

: that took the duties from it,) a vast public, dow:*. The cUr hOle in Vi.laVia was leveled I I steps 1.1. relation lt t thereto I i ire calculated I, I I and! under an earnest de-ire that the of all htr spli; ..did si-hetp.es. She would! Sect. 4. il! it furthcrenacted.Tbattopatt

: debt had been discharged by the Democratic to the ground.and the pari-h judge killed. |I i to lead to the nust alirmiiig! anl: dangerous labors of the Co.i\entioi m i\' te.nl to the advancement [ilu.ige:, herself in millions: t det! 0.1 exiecla. of this act >!Itall he so coi.&trutd to auto-

Adninistrathi-1fzoI twenty-eight millions/ Tie trees o i the opposite side of the river, j I'I consequences: a-id I i that all snch clll'itbuvr I : a.d: success ui'flU r HurNheJprii tion of future riches-f\u\ is left without the ize any Lai I kim g ii.corporation ill tIis, Tcri.

had been distributed from the treasury among as well as those on Natchez Island, were :1' an inevitable te ilcncy to ilnni li.li I the Imi: ;'pi. cij.lcs in the pcndirg coi.tci.1, th.it 1 have, means; of i I'a\ m"III-hC'r horw\\ tl capital has tory to a\a 1 i..>tlf of! the pri\ilegt hcr03

the 'tale-lhallhrfe and a ]ul//milur. torn Ill) by the roots! or stripped of their ness of i the people, aid: cud niger thc st.il.ility .IIl\t constrained: to address to \ till this h.ityletter. : su.ik, she 1,11"Il': : MI'.TP, and her citizens! granted.

I been gicen railroad corporations alI branches.j and peimanence; of I the Uiiio: and ought not : 1 / You will, of Cllllr-c, feel at perfect aie u\ctua i t.J beyoud er.durnnco; with Iheir o -

tn the o remission of duties on railroad iron, I j h Tii'i: damage: cl.no to the cro: s i ii: thencig'iimhood to be CuLl mtc.j.m iCt.d by any friend to our politic.il !I liberty. made such use of it as shall, i.1 your iidi\: idl(!:; burdo! ,'s-they! canr.ol pay their Hovsc of P.cj: rcsd'.tathes, Fe!. 26, Hj"Tin .
( was COiSIkr.IIJIom.: .: judgments: bo 1 calcnlaicd; to harnio.n uYliN: how shall of the
those
3fC.-that large und liberal ; very ; nm.t flu'!imnis. ., promote own Ihey pay -- Heu"l'lt ii.to nimittcc of tb*
S amounting to many' millions more, h.id been : plantations: bi.i ig deprived; of all their fence": 8. Itcsolccd. Tii.il the separation: of the _\ in thc Convention, aid: give strength t.j State Slie: \\ i'ili have bu.ks: without a whoe! on a Lill: to te ei.titled .10 act Iot4

S made to public woiks and establishing, ar- a-id, others every cabin. taken: away I) monies' of t tin J Government from! 111\1.; I '
mones, hospitals, fortifications. &<-.-thatinimeiEe : the storm." stitution", is indisjio-isihle, for the safety of the ]i I Most respectfully: ; th.it f'ndow! of wealth, credit Her batiks raster ch:.il1m\l:, fl'I frlt d sid bill I f tit
Kintis had been appropriated in 1 II i IN ing' : Your friend and fellow-citizen: woiilii e.i'l'r into I trade, would become "free: cfH1ctiltrclausestrirl-
: ; I FAYKTTKVILLK:, MAY 13. funds! i if l the Government: ald: thc rights of LhmiI19C. ;. II oust-, with ail lut the ;,
fit materials for out navy-litti'ig out ai.d Airful Ftorm.--Oi S.iturdiy list t, about i: Rll :'J. JOHNSON. dealer: ;;,'' and() l-'iy \\\\d:\ sell the c 'mmoditics ottho en out. The .\ens m d r.a\s were called m
. nnm some of the vessi-U in The Hon.I Linn IIo> i, tid: lie I Hon.: NYiilrmO. : 1.1.d-la'ir! own: notes haH iil\y Income fir l b\ Mesa*
V ; tlc I fbi i, the most frightful storm vi i V V \vorl. -armi ig our farLresseicbtiildi.agputuhic I place .and the surrounding country, that we embodied by Jeilersoi: in the Doclarniio.: of, Huiler, Meiiibers' of Conjiivs.from a C.III1It.lit:1.: d I I li.ciltst I thi..p t iaafl, tl.at is I Kead and! PVrgaio; ::, nil were :
edifices and iu other works of I 1 I Kentucky; atd! Delegates la the Uahim ,reConvention. cri"tll.1 the i iloaven 1 h." liiee
an: use. have ever witnessed. 'Wo have heard of Independence, ar.d sanctioned hv the Constitution : : in ; .t. > I poor to Y-as-Mtssrs.I A.: : ileroi'! Cell, Carter
; I (ul and imperishable character.-that at least such thingbut we have met with no one whoever I which makes ours the land of liberty'! : .Mi l i <.syijM: !)i Thou! hast >,'Cfl. in the order of Ferguson. C.iiiht, In\ in. L.icaitcr:: Lhig'

: b fcCore of millions mare had hcl paid i i.1 ac. paw them before. A black cloud winch and the \S) lain of the oppie.s-scd It"'c y : ; 'itnre, I.i it th-* sii dow is ever opposite[)[ to Ion, M'Kjru.xt! ?.!:.!tJ'). .MveiF. Fut a'

I quiring the luduri domain \\ iihi i the States cams up from the West, suddenly discharged; nation, have ever been cardinal principles: I in The Ci::er.t inn friendly: to the prcstiitAdmiislration the sn.st.! ice, n.; d I like; the mm i.i Um Scan. Siicll: Sitt-k-14 ;

an iicquisitioa which, ii time, \\ iii. more than I its Contents of wi.drai; i and hail!, i i a perfect the Democratic t faith, and every attempt to \{ which met at Baltimore on dmiim\i.ttt fi''c: tl.l* h ;&t bongl.t a shadow Messrs. Archer,
h
restore the sums taken by it from the Treasurv down first in time of citizens the 5th of May, to recommend candidates: at wih i the expectation! of reversing nature, and .LYays-\I. Speaker, RemL
deluge. The bail: came nt .bridg: present; prii ileire. bccom'r.g' |;. M.ifiia.M'R ,
smal Dubos-
while give birth to a population in a the next eleciion: for President and Vice priijectiug substance I it. Well if the Blackburn, .
,
; rom ,
and of
; time soil
i wil I bodies, and rapidly increased i.i size; ; owners am ) ig UiIII.tht 'I. \\'atkcr-l0.
single lif which, on the most I President, having ajourned after declim-ig; : t-> people \li3-isil'li can struggle out of this Tabor, Tayltir,
tile rcdut.t fell l j masses almost! as large as man's list. to Le resisted with the samu spirit which the' concurred in."
? scale ever contemplated: t for the talilf, wi refund The h largest" one we saw; measured; was 9 1 1-2 I swept the alien and scd.tion laws from our nominate for the Vice Presidency, i coiisuier: ditliculty, they are the stoutest: hearted people! So: report w as

:( annually and forever, more than cost ii.ches in. cirrumfcre ice, lint we have heard stainle book. I myself authorised to interfere in: that question in tne world. ,1I.d111 deserve to be respected ---- learn, that 011

of the lands. Gen. McKay: observed also, I of so far; us I have been personally interested in: as nn: instance of moral heroism w.ilhont nparallcl. : LAcD.sunE.-\Vercgrctto the
which was picked nearly twice as mer.oa
one up I I night betore last the bill *uf the
that the Democratic admi ,rations of Jack- lare. I It co.iti ( til about 10 minutes, i-i THE VICE PRESIDE CY. it. : At present they arc a sad example side of the Cltcaved in for **?e

_ eon aud V.II Huron; .0 abused fur waste, had \liel tuna it met destroyed the. greater part ot! The U.:i'1 party in Georgia which did ofthe inevit.il.lu[ end of speculation; : ovcrh.mk- distance.opposite The point where the laudslide! *

: managed to pay a greater sum, in the last I grnt i.lg and mrcle.is, wnhi.i it me the honor: very unexpeccdtiy, to make an ing' frnudulv.it! : blinking, and State: Debt.Charleston .- immediately lxJce
G '
ClopS Rh. below Willow House,
S I The following] letter from Colonel the
eight; years, for pennons:' than! till other Ad. unconditional nomination of me for( that ollice Mercury. ,jfljl'
down all!! the fruit
i r'ig", polled r.onrly: and I louer rrFurlUuately, *thC
rniui from the foundation ot the Government. Johnson: was presented to the Convention, by l.iat had the kindness in thu t \lid
c broke perhaps from 20 to :))0ltJO( ; of : year > I *'*** m -* mmm- *- double levee. |b8
' ; I this alot p.i'.cs i i.1 Mr. Butler of Ky. lilY wishes, to chwgc: that nomination: i.ito ancxpics I! CJO.THIIILMCATIONS.F was protected by a with it. 'l'ba
jl.iS-; > 1.1 town :? Pigeons llvi.iy; I levee iui.k and several bmWirga
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Now we ask our candid] ; to ioa of nnd to refer time \Thlcm
CIlntf'mea time air were U-iockcd 1 down d*'aml, pouhiy; CITY OF WASMINRTDV, :< prelurence the old and new Icree,
: Compare the state of thi.igs: which General 1 I sal cct to the decision ot those who were ex !I .r hit F-O itl'un. space between[
killed; hornt-.s the : GcnlUmrn 23 1840. buwin
:
V \n st.ndi.ig: ri 1trCl.tswer t : April in idih.i ai.d four t :
_f McKay has so jn thy carried to the credit of frightened! and galloped.: olT in all directions i I I The near approach: of the National: : ; Democratic peeled, fairly: representing: their political :! Mr. EDITOR Sir : I have read the pro. is i.ear titty yards w with water from he I
Administration the condition: of everything friends, to decideupon il.No : ccedings of aCry large; and respectablesnectiIg lei gih, as u\CI flow
jVV
V thc : iud indeed fciieli a scene of ulim! we : Conventi-in in Baltimore, on the 5lh ofMay I that dmsaP
; in i the hands Federalism. They have. have never witnessed. 'I i'ldnces m* to address \"ClU. Tho object decision having been made, union and held at CentiTville Oil the 23th! of i-ix l feel deep. The buildn-gs housesbetweenm, d

involved the Status: in inextricable: di hi whon- It e m-er a space nbmt 4 miles of that IImt'ei lilg is to nominate catidid.ites: concert of l action are not now to Le anticipat April, 18-10, to taku into consideration the t-d were thr.ee frame the river. '1Wmates 1 a::.
V ever they had Coat rut. Their Hanks Iai.esasperWd te.ldtc I I ed. According to the stale of things: dist:-esscd situation of our country, in consequence : brick powder-house and .tll
I wide I by perhaps 3(() in l le.gl: h, tn: all of which for the next election of President and \'lCeI'rcsi.Icimt present o'clock at nIgh. ,
about 10
&wue-aua their great Uank, the : friend: of the Administration can hcpe or I the suspension of specie payments -, 1rIIet
V I the ground ii covered wth; vegntatto i, or the of the United Stales. I In relation: Illn and the rush of
; regulator, is utterly insolvent. ) an election by the people. The mute fortunate by our I'ni.ks[ and to express I thrir disapprobation awakened by a crash, barely.
leaves mid branches of irees. Wo have : to time Presidency' I um 'iiappy to !find it i is had t lime
No doubt, iftho'taruTof 1823 had renviin.! i I canllc thrown of tho ruinous which is into their rooms. 'I hey Ueir
heard ot( nopert>nn; being hurt. universally understood that i there will be nodivision. only high enough on system being loosing all or
cd unaltered, the importation of some articles 1 : The leading and only; point in the electoral poll to secure the change ot bei.ig:' adopted I by many of our citizens in sueing escape with their lives gllUe of b'

S would have been diminished, but to what ex. rut ASIATIC SIIII OF WAIt AT NEW YORK. 1 which any discussion is anticipated, i is that ot chosen by the Senate. Whoever sti''ceeds. each other for specie, at a tiim: when the goods. SL te that, the west a..tI. men. W-.11I-. -

S. lent is conjectural. The revenue would ;vj. Among tin? novels uvontd! of the day, i is the the Vii.e Presidency.From then, will occupy hits place with the perfect Banks arc not pay'ng specie. I most heartily powder house has caved in, of IhIcontinues ( lJa..k

V dently have been greatar than it was under the late. arrival at New York, of \'clsc and I the situation in which I am now knowledge that he owes his elevation to tho concur in the general sentiments expressed dicdtions that the uiidermiudJ'g' 'fb d''

the acts for the reduction cf duties; and as I cargo from Mnsc.it. on the al gll: I placed, it seems to bo proper that my scntimcnls partially of a fragment of his own party, aad.. by said meeting-that i is, that the people who to an alarming extent.Hotel W8 ulltler

whatever is taken from the people i.i, the form I :Tnis vessel, called \\\cttSu1tanee\ >'urttlloyal" : and views should be dcfi.litely known. : Holds it against: I the decision ofa majority; of have permitted these soulless,institutions to be ugn to the Willow Urovu beSJI)
apartmewi
of taxation, must havo been: spent ii soinu is a sln.tp of war, under the Command of ReiiAchmcd The first question will be, whether the Conventio.i his fellow citizens.Withhold I reared up among; them, with the privilege to stand is serious, the lower as 11' as

way or other, it is plain that the expenditures: ben llamed, ai.d belongs to the navy I : will go into the nomination. the sustaining; power of public swindle and cheat tho community at pleasure, c-vered five feed deep in water, enlertJ11edthat

of Government must havo: increased; in like! of t the imam of Muscat, the Seid Said ben; On this point, it is said there will |hn n dif. approbation, mid the honor und emoluments to expand or contract their circulation at : the yard and garden. Hopes extend are to iw

(ratio. Sultan.: Catai Achmed i ii the bvurer of a I fercncc ot l"piuion.Vht'lhcr tho Convon. of public oth'co ID all free countries, and par.ticul.iriy will, to fail or break when they plwase. a1 null the landslide will not drown the
11 11or
the articles imported from I30 to letter: nnd complimentary cxpiessions: accord. tion Shall make n nomination: or leave it to ia this, are but poor recornpensation have, and did have a right to expect of the levee-au event that must lor

1833' the reduction in duties aniou.ileJ il tito I. tug (tn I Ati ilic u ago, from iSjltan Said to tht I each State to make its own selection, I wish for the labor performed the responsibilities last Legislative Council, the passage of sonu city of Algiers. The i Uiabitain do well w

aggregate S 170.539.319. To this k'se.i. President: of!the United Slatt s. I! my friends to understand distinctly, that that incurred and the gross misrepresentations I II\\, whic'i would have put the people and the own protection, would one rjj tDj 00

jug of the burdens of ihe people is, in a degree, 1 The extension of our commerce with As'a.i will ben matter with which I aim! not to inter- inevitaUy( encountered ia fulfilling its duties. Banks o.i au equal footing in this respect. other levee in the rear ofthe 11iIW5t '

t be attribucd the prosperity which the CJUL; tic nation*, and its security by treaty stipitKu i I feru. 1 will bn perfectly satisfied with the During large and not unsuccessful public But no such law was passed, and thereforethe constitutes the only barrier 0

try has enjoyed-a prosperity which: the tiois: has been tho subject of anxious: and successful course the Convention: t-hall adopt ; and. in career, I havo never yet been placed in 1sit.. said meeting have censured the list Coun. courchmeutsof the river.-.N.

\Vbige, by the various bubble blowing systems : l interest to the Administration. One any event, must beg of them, not to suffer, aLit 0.) to doubt that the position I occupied cil for not pausing such a law. I think those

have converted ailmost into adversity.It I I of iho happy results of this care of our com.mercidl !, any feelings of partiality for me to endanger was agreeable to the wishes of thu great majority who have participated in that meeting, had THE CREDIT OF THE

IH folly for the Whigs to let up for the'' interest, 'was u treaty of navigation :i limo principles which we are united. in; sustain of those to whom belonged tho right to not read the Journals of tho Council attei., The Washington Globe says

ftr.ono nvcnl party. Economy is utterly in. and commerce with the Imam of Muscat, I ing. My sentiment has ever been, .that in a control it. I desire public station on no other tively, or they would have seen that Mr. vertisement ofthe Secretary ofthe

tompatibU with their scheme and can be carried which relieved our commerce from diacrimi. Republic, no citizen! has any claims upon the terms.V Ith..ut denying to tho Union party i BLACKBURN: introduced a bill, which, if it had loran exchange of one million

iato effect in no oer way than Jy heavy nating duties. Another advantageous treaty people[ to election for any office irrespective in Georgia, or to any other portion of my passed, would have obviated 'all difficulty, on notes for specie, has resulted imentto in an u

tle the people, and corrcepondently hea. has been concluded with the kingdom of Si.un, of the benefit and advantage resulting (to fellow citizens, the right to use my name, if; tho subject for twelve months, nnd he exerted take the notes, payable sooner

vy expenditures on the part of the GcierLI.ent15 and approaches have been made with, the themselves. All offices ought to be for the in their opinion, it will not be further mixedup I himself .tn have said bill passed into a law, with permission to redeem them sad p

The object of the Democrats, 0:: the same desirable object, to the empires of Co. good of the people, and not for the incunt. in this contest if my wishes are respected. but owing to the squeamishnes of a few of sixty days notice, at l- thao W *!

other band. Lila. reduce tho. burdens o 1 thepeople chin' China,Japan, and.China. Nor baa our bents. If po ial services ever merit special While the contest continues, it. would be .I our friends, and the undivided opposition of per centum-interest. When,

S 'fothe lowest amount possible, by extensive and saleable trade to the Red Sea I II rewards, those reward should be given in a source vexation to roe, and what wouldbe the Bank party in 'the, HOuse, the bill was credit ofthe Government been "

rc1ltl Uie. Geveroroeot to the few I beeq neglected, the ,countries of which, both I any other way ,than.that which would en. considered successful result if attainable, lost. Some opposed (It I .as they.taidi/ ; on con. So much for tbn clamor of/

D C whb it if confused b the Con African and Arabian, .are under the Govern danger the great fundamental principles c-f would afford mo no personal gratification. stitutional ground ; in replyto which, I might the Executire, fof tinkering S SV

$4t440n. : mont of ftfoharoed AH, Pacha of Egypt. I liberty. "+ I I I JOHN FORSYTH. nr, that if the Banks have the constitutional systemtraIning /*

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---- standard- of specie is to be trgarded as the I. you, that opens his mouth to growl, kiss the the Loc.-focOB ,wont let .thc:! practice the gWti.a 1ICEZICEICEI- .

TIlE FLOIIIDIAN. 1 rule. We suppose that the editor of the gunner's daughter. Hard cider is bettei than iilify njttem' any longer without exposure. They I .,- -*,-.. -. .

STar would contend that in issuing and giv. ',. hard currency ; and that's nn argument that nvo throe willirrw! of the public huh, which i it i* THE Tatr"bl8M' Ire ompanv vs Nf &titl".

TALLAHASSKE: FLORIDA : the Union Bank I the Loco Focos feared U in peril from llicir r cke! *ne', and mminanageuient. to ere, conMant npplj oflhinani'le ce.
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: ing One of its own bills, pro. I I cant answer. Boys, hurra "1 to community On rartt'nabli? term

Saturday Waj 23. I84O. mises or contracts only to give you another for Harrison What if I did call him a gran.nywhat We cuppoM they want run, worts"Wii i: TI. tiN le-ar. .II'.., rwhl'd lk* r"M" more' than .
the ofBom1 -* '.
Verily .1'Jlriitp. poopin i* {iuaWo I IIa.r..t
------ a eonniderabl.i: IUM .
the
1'his' ; P. 1N'tI.
of the first. prt'lW'nt
: or Till U. STATES, when you demand payment if I did saI'd. never support him! *" >!" trust we shah I no Inngrr littr the ri- iU-ey I lure brought on a larus ec,1w l ._ vliieh. thfl9"r'.I. ,
PRESIDENT - -- -- ---
rOil is a fair deduction from Quibble No. 1. I I and would cut loose (fri m the Whigpartyl1nd I ( ic. llJnl pretence that tho Loco-foCn have ruined : er" dipi.d i u Mjl! at a rf-dunod ,'rlt'e. eilb..r "I '

MARTIN VAN BUREN. Admitting howerer the constitutional!, l legal set up for myself if they could find no better .ho Biuk.' If it can bo redermrd, llicir coar i will j tIij BAKNARDJR.CO.' J'-' :HOUSK nrat lisa Dr.i,- Store of E. ) D1BtflAUCTJQNEEJ.Q1IiZi :

.. : Thai C'mr'ny."TH.I &
-- and mural right ot the creditor to insist leader than Granny Harrison Haven't aright tulle ita r"dtmHlinD. Their policy alone w.ll rave j I huh f r j.iihj.c coiirpinrnee. and tlM |,abi* > are to'spP4ttuIJy -
.an
"We have read the several editorial l articles I on the payment of his debt h specie, by his to change my mind trhat busuess it- h"uh Koine liankites may ham tu lie clinked !! called ou ti ummn it ) or lliry martoand.fn Co mrolfliioa Merc hast

the last Star, in relation to the Union <>!3"a :little and oilu-rs comprllcd tu di- orgn hat *h.- n"jvd they had in \'ie'9' and th. rtin.moiuly .;
in 1 deltfor, there are at this time, in Florida con. has the Floridian to twit me of it t It'u none in future \I.E D.\YS-W ctnd'.I.. .ta-s. .
ihi ( return to then old
vain to extract a y lure gut bryund their ju t "Iltrl'l! A t<> tbi price* of 6 8 -
Bank: nnd have in sought and sidcrations existing, which should, in most ,. of his concern. Stand by, boys I intend to I Loco furos milking it a party hobby, Ihat ii rn.illy aid 12 .lIf.l r pound. They propose to keep no i ICE. -

tangible idea from the contused medley (''cases between citizens induce give that fellow lneiiou" ojH.t two hours ech innrnin;. when .11 4IX week afierdate. ] sliall apply to the Hon.kx .
our own a a broadside as we pass him. tit silly nn abortion (.> lie aim we red rarely. It itpri'di roan l.o ,
A wish is cihibitcd ,' mpplieo at cenu per pound ; from th u lh. J.sdf'. of Ui" County C<>urt ol -' for
Jargon there presented. of vaitfr of such exaction. Human, laws are to learn him better manners. Haven't I told "sted 1In ihe iimpiion by the Rankltr*, tllllt till 9 |1-.\. tii.y coin b. uppliod. al all lim*., f Irtirro of ddirinmtratioa; on lLa otate uf Juan

to convict the Floridian of inconsisle. negative and prohibitory-they cannot and him I turned because Van Buren kicked the that the pi-opla !lack intelligence, and .en.e, and at BirmrdV, at cont- per piHind. Ge -rge. dece., -d;.
'law and .the ,' virtoo. Wo .. Ti .k..I" caii S"to fJad, as nsml.tt the or J.D. .
in relation to a ,t3Y hfiiovo fli hrrw" ato" M y ?6 43 R. J. HACgL-Y.
liomc sort, Imebeen do not command or require the performance brave, honest, "enlightened" heroes of Ho'l: & Co.

Ceaterville resolutions but we really .1. ,''of! positive acts of 'irlue-they are most Withlaeoochee and Wnhoo out of office 1- COL. W. I. J. UAILCV3 SCOUT. THE DIRECTORS Notice .

unable appreciate the accusation, ,I Uy a letter from a ceiitlenimi! with the 1 1of b"ua1inn Tlaa.soe I Maj 5 19
to generally limited to the inhibition! of vice and ( that erough to make honest man THE .
be supported by garbled every Florida Vo'UJII."r. iiii'!"r bit officer, which ha's 1 35 in Tk>wnni; ip 1 of Range I North

though attempted. to from our col. !j.crime, and their punishment.; It is true, change his principles 1 The man that wont bnt-n for onie d.iy on a scout \iadi-t.n en-uitr, {LrThe flr>rkh.!dcM am rqumled to meM onWED.N'B and UVi-l am rcquen "-- | rontn forward .rior to

and mi-rrprew.lni.on. admit it D.\Y. Ju. E *. at tIe Store of J- B. ihr to." instant, anti m.tll (.' il.mrnmf, uo tl'at
lr.cf
c conduct he rewarded fch a iit have u drop of ciderthat'ssaid. ivi- learn Ihe ,
praiseworthy nrnved Andrew
tmnp near Fort on
by ]ItIIII5.
and .the'SlOIC may Co. use I .
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has been one on .inj.i.flj.; tbiiin..s.flarshat' day po crtl wi r..rt n thr o. '!iii t ucr.U .
umns. Our course fellow citizens!. such laws ; but the practice of virtue is ." [Here, the Admiral took a refreshingdraught the 1 jlh, in jrond pjnrils and III finV lu-altli. They I J.lLACKLtT A"Cli..hf'e

throughout. When our found no Indiai,' til J!. lie E'-on"tna Sale. T.ihIaiasjis'r May 7. 1H40 4t
th're
1839. resolved .ihatibey most efficaciously protnoied) by the inculcn. and continued.] Boys, I'll give I P'"Z B T virtn i .f a rt: of Ii ... Mied out of Inn '
Centenille, in August tonii were di-covt'r'd. in Tit >nn* h.mrnork tllddClrl'rri *
of :'Isi.ri(-r' .iri.oii I IJ.c live'itn-rh of Notice.ir.o .
i lion of sound principles and The ) song. I day May !
would fupport no man for the Lcgislator ; precepts. atWe 01 ; nun of llieiii hit! seventeen lodjre- It 1 1I I IIII. It.ahhl I Ihe 'l1)i's t allli chlllh.I.I "lave". lt,.d. T HOSE" !1.0 ) fl.gi..t-s .n ihr4ih iias'Iaitt.

|110, took Union: Dank bills uficr the 1st :,:most pleading reward, too, is generally found couldn't catch( all of it, but it was a I j I,. i 15 9"PI'IJ; | -..d V! I li.diins iti.t Ii.Ing: them limit l.nvo'I i' a!rid tenement* of Onie| H Tlir, i p, diret-ted alj ( m ti.e wi.LriiT.'ber.: : auction n oin, wilt, i. Cl04.

,. \ jvsolvcd that they would in the self-approving consciousness: following glee about humbugs and grannies, banks and I i ishisi. ii II lit IH rsi! at h-ast use Is u it d rsd. They fled m be-j';j 'th, suit of Alfr- Fii'Hf: I have ih.s day leved oni 'fii. kni.* of ihe n.-.rwei apj.l for tuedicaJ aid al

Of OctnLcr 39. and i the IV>;;.i\vinr d...-ri'ied Lit* of I md, viz. -l.ots the Dr.. Rind 'Iph.I .
&c. The of the Star inj discovered, I in \.ill. "wins
the performance: of virtuous net, and .the plasters, crew j an wcr 1""u.,1 In J iIlle
such bills after that period for their lI..mlt'rt."d! 2'3, 241. Z45 stud 546, In ihs .JL'III : HI 31 R.J.HACKLEY.
nol take those resolutions | strongest incentives in the confidence and rs. seemed tol l/C in pretty considerable confusion Jrnit-r.e.-s i ihc iwa snp.i. Cap H illh"t oin; j I (pi in ,.f' the my of T.IUIu.i-e. and ..hall, miTil
with
disagreed j I wll" w.-i l iiv.trly while.; IIwa chief il n Town Properly for Sale or Bent
produce we I about this time. IM after a anr I I'USD \ Y, tile iwi-nijr' tilth: day of June n-xt,
{ expression of disapprobation! we term of our fellow men. which flows from working ship, n c.'nj}"etnred :"l'/ 'ins L fe'lour *.> (ilt.li i-otif.il j in [ a: tllIJ iirt It'.lIe11 T.ll ih3v: er, I ween l le.3t ga;' OU SALE R M*. List N"UlI: r IIbV. .hi
in our I ,
jut justify the Bank fori's ( such conduct. It is these arguments only considerable yawing and veering, she missed i J i ,Ihs alt >rlv. m fiimiier fam'lies.! Meva< fairly ran'1 i liourx. | rix--vl lo srll I ihr fame *., tin- hnrh' a* biddfi B. ,.rrgi".II'l-fI ofTaU. .,,.,. with tHv '...
said, nothing tending f'ir her v,,,. A '|.Iyl.> It J MAcKLEY
suspension of sprcic) payment* which! ran be properly presented or urged stays, und every thing was thrown into disor. !j I JOAH f htf.ire he \.-a! hot. It \i..4 bitievtd lie/ Mood! CASH, lo mlify "< d writ ai-r.>rrt ng to aw.j an 7. IB40 .
continued j S. M.
IUVAUMi.-i
der. The Admiral's voice could be heard : i it'.nil., ihi and Risled I II >.il.
of duty in forcing upon the nr on a creditor at this crisis. An extortionerwill j, rlju'llIJlIrl. r-iujr'.t 'j 56 may, 1840 43 Uy; WALK .:tt. ".M.
for il: dereliciioii hc itito: to waive the demand for above the din and tumult, giving orders, in. ,I, !a n I Indj.innn lie! I I3ih T'It Ind.iun: idiot the Ih.g I -
did1Vu" specie
I
couutrv a depreciated currency nor Wt. cxclama.1 j' 'u. lan! liead, hut traces of h'ood shou;injf i the savi ; FOR BOSTON. Sma.wm.
,
terlardcd with boistrous and rude
but the good cjliz"n.I'11cs; it is demanded ; I
any ',1itIIt.lS, inconsistent with our : of DII "'ftl badly! In:rt. wi-ie funnd. The party w T 6 The Knp-rior 1" krt.hliZ' LUNA.

In a cOJ: IIIIIII'liIl: l hard m'Ju'\: him by his rmlitor. will cheerfully receive tious, and every soul on board, from the cut. 1! pursued fo.r M'veral ".ilt't. b-it fill r troops nere is na. ; D ki-r imi'li-r wilt rail about the 2.Vhinnlant.

adherence: water to the transum. seemed lo raise his in. !j lle Fur Ire glil >ir J'35-31', tllV.III Q CJ CD n u m.
the mIlIl.lnni'l" bark bills at the usual current discount, in I i i I" cofne uji \ i h tlie-n. Cnn-i'lmblu! i (hinder!
standard. Since; then ex.uri. .1 ( 'l: 1I1.t'r..r n.-ruintiiod.liiii<. upply tu the rapUinonl AUCTIONEER
: div idual voice to aid the general clam 'r. We !, '"Jl taken. Tne I Indian Killc'l h.id 60 or 70 !tilleta.: ,
., ,f the, -ilnalion of i the: bai.k: hai1 I payment ('Idebts.. At home, and between l I." lId. al Port Leonor to Port Leon Flit.
pO! ; ( 1 c-tizens;. this rule could hear occasionally, something about the 1 in his pouch. The tr.'J:', darted on the! 16th f..r may 9 4!! 2 HETTON t FISHER.
n.ldt.-tlc st ftaiful dvvd: pments: of i n- our own e P"C'IIhouht: ': SALES DAY Every Saturday.

m have t'a I I ho observed as far IS pmsiLlc. till the Bank people of Ce-itrev.;," ,. Floridian," LI ]IJC..LIII'I'D Bay. GUN LOST. 85 Reward.
Tnet: :; pirt.d.-
fl.pitious: mmaj: 1 docs its duty l> rcsvmj'tinn. and afiurdirg! Co Focos .'U nion Bank Directors"Faith J-:: In our paper of the U.h instant, an TSMlIC ind'n i "i-il \ u.s Itmoweda Doiljlp-Bar- L OST. on the 3d instant. Utween Tat'ahawev

TVre facts' w (IU\ j j-i-tsfy a change ur policylffcrc.t i y us lludconsistency hard cider." ,' I! -M. rv.led Gun IPMI this Lfficu, w.ll p:>i >c rilurn ,nd K.i!>crl CopelmdX MU EUjEl..b; silver Watch
"hum-
I sound This believe error occurred n setting a resolution i
a currCliC\ we to bo up it. 9.
from ,that cadvocated, and the application ( May I with the mwrnUr"nmntt! f.n the ".,rk. wtilten
: of redrew the object I purport: i.itent: and effect of the bugs: ," .1 grannies," \S'ratts," &c. ; bU the of the Gr.ind Jury, i.i; rcgird to the demand :' with I iho point of a knife Whoever will rrt.ira

}, of the rm st t rigid! means of Ii Lie Centreville resolutions! fwd so far Inve, co..fusion: of Babtl was but a mere circum.! i of specie ii the payment of debts. j EDWINI/TDORSEY/ "".d wauli to thw otfice, aha I fflf".i-.. -b the itilcrcsls l ;
IIIY.ti'sl the li-u.k.. B.'t' m.u.trtio .\ r ward. J. FOLLE SBEE.
:0 : in them. stance:: to that on board the "Star." The rile word "criminal" was used instead; of
i in! i" uiso ce.snibltf:; for this (ICra'igPflt we expressed our occurrence: We I AUCTION AND COMMISSION Tiilahaiee! May 41

were have rrguded llu-m ni.d have said that they I State lug was boisledit is true, bu: only half- j crud ." as in the manuscript. The error -_
and] the i1-
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of 'the currency: c ./}]E ? ( 'IIA1V1'1.; AX ORDINANCETo
exhibit, in gloomy and portentous: ;I mast-whether purposely or accidentally, we i I was detected, and corrected ii: part ol the
wlifch have fis'\ a from it, perhaps require atproscrt aspect.'he ; Tallahassee tIoriIa.I41BIS. prohibit Merc'iani anil :u., kreyer* fro*! 1I-p.

little :foibt-irance. \\c have l ltt?cii: I misery: and distress: which the Ilniikites i i! ill not guc s. The last that was seen 'I edition. --. A'o. I inV oprn llicir Store and Shiopa on tLea5bath.Isy4
: a Baltimore Prime .
will bri the if the of the Star, she was enveloped in a dense fog,1 j From iii'I.I., pqp
ni'-IJ fmm tlir tg upon country, mighty arm t t' PORK for "''II.! i I
hs adv.pai3if such. ; p.ilicy: I y 0 S-c. 1. Be it ordained, hy the Intend it and
the is -siiiig'! over the Clay bank, near, the mouth, | TO THE PUBLIC. III.r I 12 EDU'IV.. DORSET.
It/ i.\' lit, duty of the Baalt of /-Voi/r not interposed. The clause I C'>niinon C Uncil "f Ihir Ciljr nf 'S al-ihaHerv!

;-. c ..mmenci-ment. aU conslituliaaaJ car.rrrcy. If.lit.i"'d, the Star: affects to believe as an in. of Webster river. Great apprehensions are'!I Finding it impossible, i i.a consequence of LiUIC.j( l 1.1..h./ .......,.. j J...... ".'r it.c. y That it rlmll!! not. bi, lawful for any m.rchait1 or
furnish, a stand: ': i shopkerper lo k rp pvn thwir rl,,re or forlhptrdiioicti
rltopii
entertained. : that she will b{" wrecked the :'! 'enfeebled health: to perform the dir.ies of CDVJ.V.. I POI.'SEY,
Thf\ \\ .*.' chartered f.r that .,!.j"ci.Jus ;, iimilioi, : by us (hat; dcnnnd for specie pay.: on ..rch! S3 35.V.,. :t. B.ry Howuaiic I : >n of I litiMini-y orr f;ie ":M"aih days,
; > HW'itS must he"' resisted." The editor l kijows old Federal shoal! off its m'uih-the Abuli- iti'm i Poslm ister-General, in a saliifilctormI.: under the/ pena'tv of l hit-iogfiuiet"l not exci, "njt
Jii-d JMiontMi! iu} .to:3: tJ ; -oo .. '.
"a ( :' .
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fr.n'Ju'cit! rlin-rii tl
1 have that office take effVctI II"II'.W t-, ii a-id
I 'tier, resided to Oat cnly iloilarn not Iteuthiin ten rlr>?t.u* fur
'!wHer."c meant, that; if the! Democracy! current sctii ig directly on it. i \ aie' >aM-. l.DWIN. D R EY.
m-l-cl '.is I fncli .tTcnce In
their charter f.r them! 1 Id duty. soon u* my successor cai; be app.JlI tlJ. l2a: 5 3 each usidvery ( tu reccvricd by

If I th'-v do "0, 't i-5 t to tinf .ri! o..r.u.cc and ilid not rise ia: thvir might! 1J1; interpose: to fler3,II' t4."IIt! I lii-'i' .r III..r t1t."IIf'rne"! 1 Iielir .n. I I I ot hn lag been furtunate enough to ac.cnmll1.dc --malc---- ___ IS'o.- o, Berry Uow.PKIVATE riiMul w irrant' before nnd the'he other l'e.d."t.IIDC half tw be half lAid to into tie 'tli in.*

of tiio pt-ojilc. tl.l: t/\V: ou prevent: ,the Teder.ii. Bank. Almhii-jn: faction: fti; I lo Iiiv I lcniOrr.iliC I p iry. have, with t ;1'L1riotirl I ( wealth H a public office, I urn under SALE. of u.dily..
cI.lrioah': : c.fi\ud on f' ''!uitiiii1. and will jell. treasury
%Jo the reirn of ni'iliie*, .Hceptcd :ihe p'. -tof T. rnlorial( Dir dors the i of such IIIAVK, S2. B, it furilirr ordalneV. Th.it .
cOltiut. d c\i.tcuce. !Hut t'ure ar.' now struggling: seize power : : I m-cessjty resorting to private ftci firt quality flmrmhoards, ; all crdinan.f
their : :: I "I 1 'Ic I'tiion 1'aiik. they are dcii.iiiiict : and of ordinance wi
t'iro'Jgil' Jninny; : I.lTTI..fln.J.tcr: Clay A employment i.s id bulled to my slrcglh;: and 5'1.1) j it..h I rill < part conflicting It theI.
Brt-iJelil! <: Jj Id,:kf:' li'"ru i is ll" .i-1eiit, t'io Si.. T ike :: and liiis ordinance
throe partis by r. > III the rliar-e I condition for the of 34J.O ;JO" 34 weathcrboarding tie inlfiil tiaesaisngi.f be and
;
utiridjdAhtor' aid: em.litolr i i t'.ie: c ,mniM.n.ty I Co.. they) would tic a halter round: the necks 11.\Q ;lie ""-usii.I.,IACL of fuu'idjtiuti, the editor "I v*, of purpose considerable ineCtiigihc fuiiily.A : cur. IOOJO( "' u ,,. ,nilin' ?: the p line are lierehy rcitr.iK-d : and that Ih II ordUiancu

of tin ilh h-.ot which the I. rent expensed: a t 1 I.i'00 tills. lid jiIiAit! be in lull: force fro.n and after i Ll -
pita.'sage.
have en nccu: u w jih the IJjnkexcnj't people, n gonlian: they have: It s ih -il'i ri il. l)' \rn Mh lli.j bin-! ; as pate
who no
; j I few hours ench: day devoted to the :0.1)00"( ) ) .
pen : ]j.iicv
sword abe could and I.. lire Ifl.Infi-lIr.! .. .'. \\. /11: till" .d.to ;
bills. Of tlr-i : sever,-- our meai.hg .} ""
as the holder! of their t ;ca\ i izz all :buiid.ince: of time for relaxation 100 c.i-ks line ; 1'aWMrd in C uncJAIri1c8 843.iI. .
I was obvious! from the co-itext.' .f tinSlar t In priivc Iii- nrsu-ii'ion. \\"c c-lnil.-i.g'- 10 id- Irk d rod. A. 1'10 l'ON.Inten'iant.
i
ba.ks we Imve saiJ a* : I linn hliO.t when v\lnr- Ii.it f.i'i.i \tlrlll-JAlF.3 Ru.ftY.Clerk.
l F.b23
I Iii : fcct keoping with this, i* .the mi. from the excitement of
tad the pe rep.seiitaJion composition, to be .
arc .
J : f lly : inismaiiHgmic': ; I ) C-*, and .n tt fLat cc-i-imi, I !" -t ir-nilenipii IMVPrll Stravcd. .
'' : that we milledit to be inferred rather conducive to the health than: i ij-irious DISSOLUTION. .
causes of ll.e present: distress.: Ticy: nre re. pet ".! s.tell fry. Stand, fun.Is Aiiiinrul.! with I'M-' ; TnTIrE thr- SU'IlrrJwr. riding In TanRllu.
.md this is the ab-ive all is inretiy J.MVI-H that the copartner"lt FROM
spoisi'ile' for it-tin.? psiple !hive n rh'it todeanid from our eihun-i.il noiice: respecting I the |"r..tlrs. .r n-lrjct Iik. n 1II.n.'c tnan'l! tlyrx'ii'f occupation, others i." >n ,lirn-lof.ire exitlujf hi-tweeri AlniiM Ah "",,. the 30lb! d.iy fIr April Ja., ,pa-t.

'! p'-muld; perform their 1 l.iwfil' 1 Hepresontatives in .be L,':i.|..itnre, ..bat \\ c' 111 I'Mnini: of trulli I ami .,f t Ihn puMic., m-ist agreeable to my taste and my present in- ..1 I Din.-l H. re-,"..I1. l..tl-of t 1'aItlsr.see: ; ir Jar 2 Gray lIor ... and "no &-irel M rc-tLe JJar

: tVitt'.u'y" lair, thr. > icouldsv TIl) I 1." "i F.io firi'cl)i w.. I Irll"I. will I (:fit ",. clinatiou.'Messrs.I i:I I '.-U lily of I I.eon. i illli. day di"M>Iird I I.v lurn.erly Ix-lontfett t. .Mr. Lorurfire.Tho .
if roi/e
ridc'ifd'.itiuial% i: da'V u id T their cVirU rs, : /rftwiso a slay / -sili vfl !'fi'ii ruin. i flair! & Rives have kindly ofleredme :. ""> ;,f.1"1" Ali m iliar' -il w ith tl.-mUIU"'j Grey IJi r'es were matched n. CarrinffallorkfH.
;tn" i-J) w" n\ iPHI. -.5r.ui. -
ins'rurt or the press S') recommend. In .I .-.il .f ull dt."IoI" from I ino IHi hind foot o., each nhite. 'J b.
h.i\ ri H lo re. > r i diir x.ud firm lo
or yield tim up. Tii.iy : a the profits ol such subscription tu the E'I any
; '.fjr"-". tin c "u' !ry .1Jol"rI'IU" inj-irv- \Vp a c Sorrel Marn two hind I fie* while, au! ll.e ''I'fl.i.re
IbUff! rrmatks, all nJe l to the to r |ioi>on". and is It l..ri.l.d l..c..III'I"1 rveivt*
thii to rcs-rn: ? ; its, or I : we nlji'ctions ,.iiillJ ilja .. wiii l li. ., .' I Ira Globe l for i Itll'present St-as-iri as In- l
q-iire ;;: SirCii paynr $ ilif-.r vi: icX'T'i'ij.l.i. iii. ih-ir may j I 'i; d. l.ls dmto tlm sanicvhi! i. h wIll !f.p exactednl.oul r..I. will it hhzeon !er Arrelii-a.1. A lbfr reward -

ceisto exercise hnkiig;. \h. ... He- such h\\. (JII I thcfcCoreofMurn'Oiilititionilitand : !\' 5 '.. I- ii t-i.', 'o j lire .Mit \it" rff'-Kl: !* fruits lii-nj: :U'l"n..C..rf' raised ni my Jiccouit, and 1 I\e cosset.ted! I .t'fl.iv. nnd a I II-.nu..* are accordingly nu. will he g.veii it lakes uj 10 in tin country and

; .uIiCV.-a.l) thec irairedif. lo contribute to it until November i( .H--d to a'l! ..5i.srt-s paid, by vending Ilitu:. or jjivinif nuticoter
tWe :th* individual: dohuu and: credi'or tlitre : say if were Imi-rly, pr( <"n-r y i"scr"'IIY"'I'\.III! I next, pay nj and an- cm.i'ALMI'S of t., JOHN a. I.LOYU.

\! w.t: t instructions, ( : W Itlldli:1: excuse the its rrd i'. ino-t rxlra' apali loji s lo II few miiif I.f ; such a iitiinbc-r subicribcrs sliull be obtained : ALI, tile
arc cIJ::*idcr.lli 1S:: caV.i :sg for .dilF-n-nt line will may 16. 1840 42 3" D. !!. PUES OTT. I S. If li! !y are taken up III the! co"IoY.
r'prcooeatlYCi.'c! more than once, i in our u iiniii. it !" "Icarc'l; cm i.<-vi-r |'jy.. 'llus 1 D.rrr, us warrant that step. --- Sut."I'cr would: frel indebted if they uou.il not
of
thc!
conduct. Ox i niismanag.Mtifint
i-g 10 Ihe t1tol of th'- tin I .In the more i.teli.-ied to this devotion of NOTICE. Ihcui for the l to
l-
the l hial::ks, not to the fault .if .tile (debtor the J list nil.1 l in previous numbers of the Floridian, I IJjiik. Toe |!mliic w.-'fa r. d' II.anl!s ,.f Ihe" a n- my time from a desire to prevent any mi?. .: I.I. person n.tlr.-itc li> Ihe ubcriScr. n il I, lc'II.1I1:011 .c<-u&>tonied to it.

currency! Ia" become not only depreciated; Invc expressed our (ijpnMlioi) : to Sill "sta: :1.1111.11 tri'wl ;rcrfniiran' "fll.l.iI t duly' ; nil WP coiisirucfton of the motives, which have led I .p..w' ;iM-raI in I hi<-!liin'Jfor.n Mr. A....jtile.iie'.t.may P. .' JI1R.. a, !hit, n.tts are Tv.a.aae: 1.CII, 4. I4O.Strayed .

per cestln-l.-iw' t'IC' slitilioTi.I s.aiid. rd, hut' I 1.IWS.'c care not what party, or who', 'ru-t tlloll' I lin SM rJF-iri .,r tin,!e who C'tll.I' p de>iimr j- to my resignation. 1ish to satisfy the IB 42 3 GEO.W.GRANTREMOVAL. or Stolen,

in truth specif cannot: hcolitaincd,' nt sill. ThfBai may ;advocate tbi-m-we shlllilot.r? c sup. :I .if the Mjr. t ii rfIII", ) .. fr".:u ll'i-ir |1".1. wI'n.it : whole world (that no dissatisfaction with the KOM Colt. th Thn" 2>uhocrliler.3Iare a: d..rk.s..el. Mare od.h.i and
.ixn l nineyi-ar>
the S.r": ill contend next we rk that we nic"-i-r,l. I)ii'iie-: -<.. it w.-alii be quite a:rrijoli President or administration, no iidispositioi : *-
os"
ks, c"rci't2! l their duty to ils own ci'i. <, I Siifi'cpl*' n. loa\1 rcmd tliefrcniire r- .1 a r in IKT f.ircliead. and a nhtepifk: in iina
filrl"il7ll I! -inconsistent"; :r.\\\ leave somctln-tg to !1): I I l ,rl'i' Ui "''ur"i.". no t .raller!01", tu luvc 11111 their : to render it the utmost support i il: my THE :,'fll/lt".1 I r.-ui heir it. Fiand in B"T f''P'. Tliu C alt is i a mare, drirhi ...rrl, with a
have it ciT( yVw.
.,
zei.s. shipped t.1'"Itheir inferieJ in f.tvor ofsucli law. when I' tuvn w.iy. Tue i ";niu'.iti 1 ', -o'i!'ll l.i li* s:4j1 1 IIJMIHtiu power, no dstrust; of its measures or its designs '' .o the Nc'v Brirk OuiMi: g on .M.Ji.me uln-rl, ni! az.Ma.-e, nl.ool a year I, d. Aiy P" '.". taking

creditors. But what; is the cours;: to be pur. ,, ; we prcser.tI ; I! DC,iiritic |i.iry, l-y I lln1 VIi; ., "r l.t'llig oj- ,I .. has had any efFect iii determi.iing: m* n.-ji ,'Ja..r \\'lu.U.\V,1I1I I f: Lw. here 1I"'J.1.. till 'ur ZiVifl! informal of said Marrr and Co.t,

IUt.'d ? ,!I! !> jir:'iiiifft; : that the pa-ssige; of ,Mirh; law inIn'IYrnlory I 11",1.1( '-l 1.. fill h.i-ik.;' aii.I s chill; to uproot, 'c.irsI..t I II I lo prefer a private to a public station. O.i out nutt 11 tl.ft H.m.f hui-iii--s n-< I er t<,:fi.r ._"iz : will be liberally' rewarde

Tlic !Hank lot ,tV R'ink nlnn"- i woiilJ b.s an idle ,111.1 impotent (.f.1 I \ ii, aid' raze all dl'lh'r..III"Iltull"n"i is a %tul<- the ro.trarv, my confidence in the President., .I" 01"- m iadjl't., If iMes. Jfjilinaales. and liar.iitsse -Atav_2 40_JOHN w. An.I*.
j ccipc say j jtgrcc j $. .r at II! d- r ,.t t'.Ii't's.' .. a /> ril I tyxirl
fort, as Coi grcss wonM) nullify it in three'Ia a sid worn-out ,Uii ', r. Tlit-y >u")'orl all' wi-il- I j ill his integrity, his principles: and his (firm- ) flOO REWARD.
to take ll.t-ir: instead) if iit-nl.I Itirnos Trimmings. Rills and Coach
note ?.t t pnr ( i/Mr 1 TOt.F.tr.s.a iiir &il.',.: itC uti the ?lh in!.
; !
ipccic-trin them I .Vii filler it readied \\':a aiIH1\a. I If thejifople in.ina:. fiJ, nifly rr.tri"ii l t-iI. : OsI iitrii'mal, "3 lid. j I ness, haincrca't.d; from the daI was first 6'i, and Killing U hip. Tru.pel B t*. \J at Fort I.uu"ho"n! th? Snwann *?. a large

; your cotbeiice-Irv to< of Cvntervil'e' elsewhere 'liOipMMT.i.i, | |pay I": l tii,",ii.' It .1. lliry arc fur '. cilHcially; associated with bin ; my relations /'i: it *. -iul.Ilr Bi..s, Hat Iloxci &,-. &:.-? kirliij, 'a'f' b'kiii Ptx-k't ..no.k. CfiiLiininf abo-ii '000 iiiUufii
want
get th, IH luck into: good credit, and thcpkdgc \ ; ; or a jiutlni: c3u>vn .ill inrrr. RAG SH'ifb autl i.f< II-iij/[ ', lilt e cry member of his Cabinet have been Hunuis and Bridle 'lop Lea h. r, H>g, Lutf .Mwrje- B u.k Hi'! ', .1.! ."! J3 'I' of w hitch m $21

them"l h.- yl! May law 1acsud, the Star in.iv be ii.duced to and : of '0 aUf!iht-p kt' hiti! ; one bill on ibm Planrer.t* ana" Jlechanio
will soon he right agaiti.So lu'.Ji.ilfii! t'jion iu .c CTfluhly uH-.iiti/y wily, unilormly u most friendly character ; nnd ;
itakUi, liar e3 Bridles Iud .Varti'igalcj. madr Uank f.r S".U.! Carolina Chi-rIesl.m. .
ut N. If
lid
fir as the [uit" Bell.} i isrnnrenif{% ,\1elo!> .tdvor.iteit-we cannot.; The only tiling! we U.HI Is.,vs. riiMorn.tfd al:. k It-.l uivay ail t ier cu,. :. mv devotion to the great, measures u liirhhaxii lourut-r. ai .in/ri i.utKc. '..o 4 rh'.'l k ..'i 'h<* Union limit fir $1 2O viren by

pleJgfs are i.lio.: I If it IIII: I'.JP: will, it ha' have or can consistently: and boaesily: advo. tJit, Iii) iinlale -iry .:i id..II'l nt li.,n :,iy. aii'lulllaM been, and still are, sustained by the Ad. WARD & MAY.N CJpl.i R II. P<:yt') to J. p..lttr"u.lCull* ei.domdy

not) ami ate o.i; this pubjrct, is the voluntary: practice I I ; \\liu, I I" t liirlluT heir M-lfi-l .:.j.:. IK. M-t mini tnition; : knows no aha; cll1ept. The lead B. Ke/,ai ii'g d. sic in all liic at>ov, arise e> a4t ; r"ll -r.-on 01, lie I art-:tliuchek ', .d be.-,. loin
.
C.Uflot uirc:
r.f: ; the ;.hii'V. 1\\t. ron.dition : UfllJa I.
1 hv cond citiz :r towards his! fellow, of tlh'III"cicI1'| ui a dl-liurt l-l.I" in lo! (l-iVcm- lag pri'iciples avowed by the President: I look may 15 1:1 h"u *-id pituifd lUjr'elll"r.I; ln two accounts
i i"
iiuirii-ul! hiC! f.r and urin\ C\f'ry lifam.-t the each
years !. | IIUt.II.ft't I rrrtafic.J.bj
nit-i.l.aluivr ti I.f'g"i..ll.r. lluIVojilc, upon as rssrnti.il 'to the preservation' of lib.rrly SPEXGLERAUCTION 4; L1.'M.1N,
dou $ if i it the rule of "do'rig as they \\uuld ba done .4Vx.md.-r Wa ijh. A. A U. Mn and blank ic.i1.I's .
c :r. cvt-r I If it .
\ iI" l l.uI tlml
re-uino. can U'-liJini'U I Ilinr
pay I -u-iiuiin: noUiiiijj .u'lllli'K : atida Ciovernme it of tile people ; and if
.: n -d j.c..t Hart the
: unity > other.
its al1i1.I.d it-n-st: in 'specie, it \\ ill c-vcti-d I by, and of the (l'Jally.irtulJus" and patriotic: ai.tl d.iiis il.OUlJ I Iou .- |-i.IIM'll to I lllf 'Iinlll' f I I had supposed that my resignation: could endanger I & COMMISSION l-'in! Clute. AIM II .-rrlifiiaierj.wli H Y'IIi-"

our rxpcctiitiw: Theibtioi! IJY tile. maxim, "btar find (llhf.-Hr. J4V -\\ lit \ erie lit only '' n.nci neJ in MII und their success i should have clu-ig to I ins. a dii-chaigeil Holdtt-r of O'tiipany 1t, halL

banking i.islituli.j.isof:i : thicun trlh Bv sm article w e ill-crt to-day teems '. l h r ogI fitrtli in iiiq-iu." but who*. very txiMU'i.i.f ullice as I would to life. 1\1 EH CIIA.\rrs. \.i| ,, reterMl I other pnper sit . trg :!: I of
reward 4100 will bu given; fur tbe Ibief and
of II I cir t forts wcremaile to use ; of a I I dej'eais| up -ii I ie j't rpdI31"1 .fa'I" nf conLLMiiul As soon as the arrangementsare Tallahassee, Jlorida.Pro.i'iions ., .
I''t; j.r..nn--". i is C\ di'u'e of I thf procure passage necessary .eket b-" k nr.J tmti-iit, nf filly d- Jars ftif
:: Tits and that do La.
ttrr. lij. tic!
: o
(ar1.1.: \e; 1 ;jli'ir! $ l !j I i stay law; at last fes-iolJ. anti wu learn all therr1ru(71'atrSfrOm j I cliarai made proposals, with a mIre extended I Fresh and Groceries. a 'her Tin; payment ol the deck Ira* !t".. .top-
prt-s.-.t ph ( !fs.-- I'ji'tn war t in'I. ai.d try |''jt iJ.w.i. ;iTI.c il-e
C<'
addn-ss will! be presented to the friends of I'.d it : Hank. 3. M. McLNTO-3!
this voted such t > lL>ON iC CO. .r.
l'tiPy li. for Irl.j 5
e : county D rLM.MVL.jr !t .
iuigro.ii.dnf '
: cori.phiinl i 1 for Ixinglrequirea i : i'dssiir.i.istsinua! S lI.a. In' f.oco ficihave Administration.. toUI'lly| of I'roviMi .pt ami G merries fr.s;,. April 2'. IR .O 4r-

coufonn rigi-ily I |tu( their! cliarteis.' :j\ lull' We should Ila'c'ulcJ thifrtreitlbut lin,kc tic Uu'wli Hank, by rclu"nijr l" |par isuni.yt.iey AMOS KENDALL.May lia linioic, l I.y the *ch.>.tncr T. It Bi-tlon. n Itid I DISSOLUTION.thu .

It is .uki-ig: 'too much !, the Star will commend their votes they wfTcr! lo I'ifir, fornii-r i "-,...- r i. and I he j.n-! firm Gt.RMAY '
of the puhhc for thos-c- j we presume luw borrowed from it, and runoii.jf tl.'wii 1Urcuil 11, 1840. he 111W. IIr li ALI. & WS1.&TO'f .

c h3 arc the cause o/ all the, nils; now exist. i 0!) the score "necessity." As the law did i' 01111.I."IIII.. u < lamur agaluol ll. nu at I.> ."-." ". -- --- _. ., IsO jrei.craiiy-,A!laiw lattice. fr Union 1"1"1.11 Bank lr..n Xotcs. .!_ d.iy dix-M'Ueil lay mutual. rmi*.-nt : ..d
I K| .
rut aliwruught > ti aeiouiiia and noti: of ihir. or of tli hut firm
'"g._\\lio: 1t.1SI I do not j feel ourself called on to do ri iu a |'iutiiuui! j'atti aiid tiju nilu otli e iu iho NOTICE. iNhs.| wiidi LuCy will
I Melt "
) flagrantly abused past t not pass, we low, fo- .1' G' nan AT Half. will IMJ Mlteti: t loY ntlirr ..(thonrtien.
I I lie < ant :h cO.lfihIC"whl dissent alprovirsggcn. I II 1-.uIIII. put : "I. ", at thn.r old vtand. "I I h,.n wh. ha0 an.
have than ,
; S.) utterly duslmycd more express our l i ii' '|'ile of Florida. He underrali-jlhcir i raid ,.elle.. K fur I I.r..n CIDMSnX| >ri.r Court nt Liar' ALSO A niall l I..l uf ,.:.,! FURVITPRE Drilled aci"omits ire r.q--.ted lu call and settle thsiun

"II their credit by misinanagcmt-xt. if lint crally of their votes in other respects Because :j jihey j I '1 hu l'i oj'ie know vrry \\ d. icho hare burrwed iiutt N.i'in''er! T r"l. I 1:5J.vl: -., hitr nut Seen paid/. uhi-li I Uii-y would t.. pleaM '.1 tu taka Union .. imiuediaiely. .
I I are n:in iinhfid! th.it I am p rpircl I in pay lI'c. Dank AorcS IW at low
'Otse- to ] from us in this regard pr.cc "'M. P. GORIAN
s4v. plca'Sc cxtcl.d us I thought diflVrenlly e fit I ill >ll Iliul An 1.." litrliU all llio ,
your COil. 11 IHti/ity. nl ill V oR.-e.: North i 't fidtllce a linle! lur.gcr; ; by and Ly, we will we, dc not fC11 1 failed on to denounce: a vole ''I I I..u.fll'| CII' in Florida added: tgellaer iiuc llui sit i! 'he t 1-1 June T-i""i wll..t. n'.tg.iilby G.O. M. EATON.L.OOK .

IUJKe all Eolrai I\'ht." which even their political opponents arc con. :j jstrniied 1, U.t'ik.d.i ii'il "('itl i oiif-third oi: Ihc ttinount nf the that! hale and sast the ret art,. \\Vl. n-l I.. pad. : For Sale or Rent. \av0. t I4O 46
I THUS. ivo\v.\: : i Tli '.ininoilntu. 9<"", an a IIOTEI .
Between dt tat u.; livu or lurui St'icklio.di:: ,111It'ro Difi'C- ,
itdniJual.-, there is no doubt( that to say wan called for by 'nrc $sitI, I 1 Ore of the .d/llini!lr..lllre iu' S. ((1. Duva', 5p ill ST..M.\li\S, f.tI'Ipt-e"i: .bill \ AT TIllS.
vvhi.ii : llif.r luunr, and wll"IoilloJ I'
the creditor has the cii) Mituu ual and md on which wide dilll-rcnccs of opinion: t" r i t.It y gut re- j., \T.I\' t6 1 r""I st-d, 1011" 3hrh"1.. I D. I S I I sub'Ci'i'.er.: 1'os-eHFii.n jjiveii ini.ii.eiliMtr'ly. (KrlCEI! ICE ICE.tO! !
( log. j !ard il au infamou lu l IJ j called Loco fuco,. Il i i. I $ Apply, iu Ihe underi iy tied.

right to demand paymcit j., specie from hi, .xitol in ,this coinmiu.iiy. I Mich lnatiJIhe illcj;"! and rt-i'kle,.> oi&uounla$ on !I j JAMES ''. Aitcniit, r or 10 Wan.1U"'llUgh'. TilE cllii'll. of Ta hhas ee ul witter-,, who
denint.i b. Jrn.lud:
with I"ie i (,
-
fl:Uor. 'J'his cannot 1 he disputed. He lur > SHIP NEWH.-TueSutr set sail ngain lastWedneMltv i J, tin) two inilii-'i of ni-w t-lm k, Lcluie the b',..dj ATTORNEY. AT LAW F.b.8. F. GER DIX. IIIJT- and whule.-wiin arict.: >; are notified tTut r. JuBM

also the moral right* ; CT we cannot and 'Admiral Uopeyarn, dressed :\, \\eIC sod! >>Tid ca|'i nl n'lIizct.-aIlJ: i: i- the kiting !'j Tallahassee, Tla.OJico Seed Peas fur Sale. s.t t IIiocs ban upened an Ice H-m' e,-Trhich-l will
separate.
I thj$ inslance "|hat, U :; "jtoICIII-llh' bl'cul.III.n; in cotlon, ii i id gcucrali : on Munroe Street, in \Vydli< n<*w build A I.Ol r of {.. iin.l While Ur.nvJo Peas and kvep c lauily C'lrd' with! fioh u|>plict>' frnnB

fro I.g.l and.. constitu.al 1. (full uniform, coeked-hat, epaulettes and ,|i bad "..n..clJlc'l.'Iudl t bill brought lIsts 1, tltU.I infl. May 'iQ. CorD Peas, fir: ".1.. Apj.ly. to .i lon.diirinir ii, siiniiner. Hm .Iurl ii 1..ppuooita
V. hat is moral. We 'I e JO'KPII ho Fl.ir ditsa Office nn \>unroe street, T&hhawuee
totdllcon.. nil, was on the quarter: deck, giving orders li-jii lo ii.. >r.>ciii .lt> crato condition. iSouie Loco- 'i iI t'.C.II\RLFY.
j'
flenr.., as fall cious I | \1 1i House to Rent, At hi" Plantation in Iho Dulcil nculeinent. the Star the pnt-xts' put forth ii. with great animation.: It was seen: that foioi! Ii
as au excuse furrefusng; to pay spe.) j:,meihi. g or other had put the Admiral in a i 1 HI h the Dank, Lut ilit-y will not serve the I I'lnncr I I II two -lory D>velhn y II.."..., TI NOTICE.I4os -- had at the loffem price. 39 ali,2-,

tie demanded, ar.d as an excuse for -slai, I While his craft wasue'ighi.ig :I Dircctnm an a j'la. U-r fur llu-ir MUM ol omi !ion and i iI j jI i ; uilii! a good garden, fitjalcd on L ", .n 2d Mjy. in Uad-drp rounly.Forid3 _-

law," that lui.k I Inly: have towering passion. I I L0innib lon- their In'licMHud iiii:deed3. which have ': iclo tlfec(. Fur furlher parlicudiri a hula of hand for throe hundred dollars (ninety' AN ORDINANCE -
been looked to ; anchor he raved like a privateer' i: ol JuSEPU C. CRANK, or al tins oDco. To prohibit Ihr _IIipf of apiriiuitug liqnnra to
dollar
as the 66 fctatdard cuiimd the/ IIM-M.HI' dcjuor f iaic uf IIlfil.lUy", i iI inquire i IMS: l lottE'l ;paid on *id itole.) givrii by A-
of value," in contracts here. i I I 43 tIthe c>ava.., fra i-rgto anti mulatvr*, wuh.u the
bral.am I.GJw'old
oa
tofore' nan. It could not bo disti.IClh' ascertained I JuUbllf lliu tggrl'i'.lIlc of nil the h>an-> to L'el.II'o" may Joseph A. U'wt-r. t Richard
( made ,inn of the Oily of Tallahassee.Sec. .
iu Corporal
ue\'er-- .looked Florida-that past contractl" I who or what was the object of his wrath ;; t! would <--ual| wen the annual interest vvlnc.i/ two or I I To Citizens of Florida : i Ltfll'Re an 1"PIed., payaldeou Ui JWy. 1S40. Pay men I has 1. Bor it ordair.ed by the lutrndanl aid

"debtors to specie pa'menls"-lhat the hut as he was heard to mutter now and then, :i il.rie of Iho old Direct.. are bound to pay on I A'ILL I >l.e sltsarre of all claniM for I.,.",-" sii May 9 41! 2 PJCIlARfJ REGAN Council of the City TalUhmwte, That front and

never extracted to m.ikesurh :1 Mhal they /liaic borrowed U'im |j'si ij up the/ bni-i I imiitrd by nir ciiizuiK in I the Mar with me ufier the ps"ageuf th-! Ord.nnnee. it iiall ttnbe

mCllt," and are pay- between bis teeth, something about (the Floridian : the ""Iuel'llIl'ruwc. Wo learn nm t of tie! DCIIIocratx l-'lund.t Indi: in* ; 0111( u ill, a' their ""..rm.i.laet., ( Union Bank. lawful for I"YI"sun within; the limit of thin Cil/,

not tiierefiire hound, it. ," and somebody whom he called a' (if juthoriiu'l act UK eoehijjir.s.eeute tin ir elaimliefure A T a meetingotti.- RoarJ IJircctorx, on the I., sill any npiriluotis !Iq" "' ',r utrong drink, in
i-ued. JJ.w the intercut i.
equity honor have Lt. paid
or justice to pay in tlpecie.V ."-. tbut bud upI C"Htrem.{ or any ollnrr tribunal I thai may dc jyL 22d of April, 1840. the f.hluwingresolution I loss quantitie thin a quirt to any slave, fre nogrt >
multi
e regard these. roguish little we opine we I I by the large ii'.oiKlii/Idtrti! lliu L<- ilutive COif created "by law fur tilt ljud-c.iiu'ii of sits h cia II.". w.i. ailnple!, and .ordered to he puli.'in edKetolrtjt or mulatto, willmul a written 't'ro i.ioa

dtiFepuablc i quotations us a pitiful _and unwitingly been the cause of his rage. After ; uiillti tried lo find out, hut could uut.. Curium Th M> *!.. "My de"iru lo hiavit' my 'crviren MI iII! Tlitt tljo rhnrew of all Stockholder*. from their own-r, guaidian or eni,Joyer .!

t ( string of baak quibbles, founded his vessel!' bad weighed anchor he lock along I. things ictur in these limci.I ..all 0 IT.. H. DUV'AL. E-q. utTillalian-ee.: "hu M Ini Hh.ill hiirir heen in default for iiitern on Slock 514ve free ncjfru or mulatto fur eacU and every

\Mtiated: morality aud will prepare the' r'!q'ii!ue powar of altornnf, n>". Nol:"<'jr lhh.tv'dlt1f prior to the 18ih day or vale an made, under the pmitltj of being fined
down ilie credit not
unsound Loco-focos running ">
the
CIDlAe* The upon priu. pull at a .' barrel of bard cider. which I \j. AH to f taiiiinjf thu lernn upon which tl.o bu.ioe. *watt beuidrrlsak'ti .May next lie declared! I furfoitrd in c.inf.in.iiiy exceedinj Bity dolhra. and not lom thai twenty

confidence that can swallow' deck and addressed his crew as fol. the Bank, thy have exposed it* true rondit.oii, and b.v sit.tu With the prnvi-i'Mii. if the "mc"I'one,1' of tlieCbar.tr lire dollars, ne-balf to UM liiforuiaai fiu4 ifag

will not gulp at the repudiation of the lay on j this i' All.)' .13uL-mi9 they/ would not p-iff it upI I:6 43 3m WM. P. DUVAL. of the Union Bank of Flu.ida, made by the other half lot tin? UM.f. the Corpora inu.Sce .

1 fa ll& bonc, INFAMY and. lows :- !j laud H-and sly aloud, "Grt-a. i i. the Diana of tintliphrtiiaii ar use Florida StarQitncjr! Suntiiie1, Si.Ju.epi! -pnlatiTn Council and ci-plej by the Jst:ck- ..Aiid be it fnt'ier' nHsnedThat it shall he

ful' dy of ALL, when the fear. Boys," says he, I'm off on a cruise ; : *"-brcaUM they tell! the UUlh oprnlyI Ti."t" Pt-in-an-iLi Gait-lie and thu r\.w. or : t. hol.ler of the Bunk at their tst'ci.erat ineutin: the duty of lh. City AfanriiaJUf ahatt Law rood
neceszzz (ayeAbat is the wortl viI! ia>erl l.uve for sand that hc .nr.r. this staid provisions ba enfurced to this laan4.
,) that the Floridian, says 1 sail I aliout U, and will not co.iccal or covor over with a Augui.tilie, Ilia iluce1'unvard iusiiitb's, canue suspect ur U violated ba"I1i.
rascally pirate,
Itrl'ea. Wiut cannot be "jwl/.ed" will be uf darkncMi iu rultenncM and iniiiuity, the .wd their account! lo we ut TullalW ,.('.. in all aimilar: cases of dofanlt.HY. ceiiard retailer of the Citj.to report Hi. m to tbeIntrndui.t >
veil
that's ;L. RVTAF.RS.af.ril
ezctted." under the Bank flag-but a whappcr. p. U. anrf tha City Courwil. who. hallarUietr'

ttiua Wc hold, that tin contract con. I As I told before, I ahall leave the Banks are lIouuJd aa "clamorou apitutori.ffir" 14 9. .; 'Af.i tant Ca.hier.WMH. diacrclien, hare full pwwef.la CM a lira lnra. .t

a Prvi.ioo that Union Bank LI1U loed you hunlor.-.iIChic.fluJ politicijn* -and 40 forth. NOTICE.IX any such retailer t. b* ('furfeiud.aod pr" at !a.graatiioot .

b \ it are to take care of themselves. But dont mis.takei'm I Tile public cannot be gulled liy lliu alang culr.Lei S- wo k. after slate, puiicalion will .be m d. -- P.ARTNERSDI1_ BHV-other lie nt toin.ro pcnum. 14areuch
par caD *be paid end di}' shin. I I lu lb. HoiuM-anletlieJudjff Jafforaon Coua. FRANCIS LEVI. HART entered of
ChargbI : DO Loco Foco. .prefer the Batik fy >p.ci !. and furi.uh a found cur.I : leigih time as may seem to toon. .fit kaa)
because it is \ I ly Court fur jHtpri adlftui..tra\Jo$ the Cs..srtucraap} hat 184) ; .
the of the on ? January, under proprr. <*
Parties ; ,but% in the agreement plasters to silver and gold ; they are just rencr- Ut t.gtt j into goad -condition, and all I Idle i&le of Mrn.Cx.Akr AJU CQC" ooce Mdlkio of MJcounlv. < I the tyri"ofTaAirciJ, HUt, at the 01.. itrnd Vaaad in Council April t8Dul840 v, : *

IgTeecnent j absence of, such express good, and better. 'Grumble' you dogi if you c1aroora-'c.nW.>urt itfTbe. >rb o no rT&httu ;-_ \I of WM. II. FLUICIL' W L H, FRANCIS .. .. .A THO J .

iaibff. contract, the constitution!) I dare ;; and I will make every mother's eon of credit if they dent merit II. Th.j aro reed th.,t.. 1.n:6, 43 JOHN .B..COLLINS. Ftb.l tT" ,LEVI HART,. \tti t..J.uru B4ftTCISIk.'.. : -


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LEGAL NOTICES.HOTCE. ,PROFESSIONALNOTICES.. Notice. subscriber will continue the above bast- :; the prwent year, section 8, (Wael
stock of FOR
their t
subscribers having .1d 4 milw North
satiated
"I THE aess at the S. W. Comer Washington p) T. 3S3HE5S- '
JT. MCAlf TS all -
to M. Swain, hereby request persons '
Square and Munroe Street, aad having complete kaasee..the Georgia Road o wbi .
i the Attorney **d CotoueUor at Lane, indebted to them, to call and settle the same, boat of cal faced ia. 1 W
to
: date ire shall apply assortment of the of Uaea DOW & yall Istpsa1asnWp,
will be b. .
Ibe same b rap
SIXtI.4.d Judge al Lon County Court, I practice in the Courts of the Middle by cash er note, immediately or enabled to Blank every d.cptio. App t" F.GERARDIN, .f sad, a. tC

for leUttt oMSMabaio* sjaarmistralors of tbe es- I WILL and in the Court of .Appeals. ...Of.6cc -!. lodged with a attorney for colllD.. & CO all.man.rcar r.Ban.Public Offcea, Mer- 3 Port pZtsssg.ia the Rakhn 't

'If J.-.. Wsu.&T, 4eDDa8Cd. late ?' aid at Tallahassee;Fla. tf april 16, I40 P. ; eh& in or complete selta; DISSOLUTION.THE lag,and iaaproria* of,all 1,fad* .of.roadTaqoedaets.
jconnty. -,., LADDY WILLEY, ,S Marks, april, 1840 36 3 Deed', ue o., .Docket Books, and all other Co-Partaervblp eristiaf he- ...i,- &,sd titOn.
an nLra
DUVAL
JOHN P.
WM.G.PONDER, ebuln- branches
STAGE LINE .
Blank Books by can saea
S County CoUr b this too Tallabaseee tie
april 4, t6 0 38 Administrators.uie ATTORNEY AT LAW From C Ga.t Apalachieola, Fla. ed at short ruled and bad ia any all b this 8ubb'i by mutual eoa- I lag ofiaadploUingpIaaniagii -
I practice in the courts of Middle and ob t Dolc. or c. 1 I race* and oitcheo, oV .
equal <,
scj
A.f-Jcboator'. Notice. WILL reuir notr any basijMM will be closed by J.O.Wu e .
Florida, and ConrtofAppeits. Res- Fou Particular will I practical I prncrplea. .
IX months after date 1 ehall apply to the Judge dence Gen. Brown's.jan25 = b liams,who i duly authorized to settle the a
Court of Jefferson County for near paid to rebiDdinold Books, Newspapers, Mac- J.G. WILUAMS, LYD"11n.
i3 of the County
,
.. a final settlement and discharge from the Admin. __ 26 __ zines, Pcphlea Music Books, tc in Aprit 1st, 1840. WM. TAYLOR.. TaU.b.april 11, 18 3

SoLoio HowAao, deceased. W. Medicos A. M ofameolal or lo match patterns. Paper -'
utratonbip of S. Carxnack & Long* DRESSMAKING PSOIAATIOl'
MILLINEBY AND
BENJAMIN BARRON ruled for Letters, Sft. NEW Robert
Via
Bi.
Florence R4 Gcttnor
Administrator. ATTORNEYS AT LAWTALLAHASSRE. He sale a good assortment of Blank I R
ha
Jan U, 1840 23 EABLSHMENT. t
and
of
I raled or plain,
-- FLA. Books, Letter and Writing Paper,
inorm it ia
Administrators' Notice. practice in partnership in the Supcri- Ala.NLY the best quality. Ruled paper ef every description. THE Ladies Tallahassee and vicinity WHEREAS JACK, a I b.t- .

persons indebted to the estate of HCCII \'STILL Courts of the Middle! and Apalachicola \ ONLY 30 HOURS Stage travel from Colum All orders thankfully- !. received and promptly at sh baa opne a house in the above line, on Moro lyof one Daniel. Hoeck aegre ef a'.I.

ALL deceased of leon coubty are hereby Dislrirts, and in the Court of Appeals. Their .to New Orleans in splendid Coaches, II te.itn P.A'HAyWARD. between the .of Mr. Francis the jail of said

notiCed lo male immediate paymcnt; and all those office i., for the present, iu the new court house. n a level and beautiful road along the banks of July'. 13-ifCotton and Messrs. Gorman 4 Hall, where she hope, chirp.ch., mad Us COtZaty,141 fro

)having demand. will present them to the subocriLcrs I D.-c21 20 he Chatlahnochee River. Weighing. from a stud attention the bu.iDe. a merit a and .now a b; ap ".J

c duly attested for teltlcrncnt. Dr. Benjamin R. Taylor DAYS 01' DEPARTURE- subscriber, appointed Weigher of Cotton, share public patronage.Feb Now, know ye, that I, Roan Rinon
LSTHER B. ROSE Adm'x. FFEtS! his professional s.-rvices to the citizens From Columbus, on Tueedays and Fridays, at THE of an act passed at tht last & 15 2 t MRS. M. A. CLARKE. GOyeD.r Florida, virtue l

J T. DEVAUN, Adm'r.March21. O of Tallahassee and its vicinity. Olncnal 6 o'clock A. M. kion of tIle Legislative Council, respectfully in. -S rested in m o by law, .hereby o th't

1040. 34 his father's residence,on the north fide of Washington From Chatlahoochce, on the same daysand same forms the public that be is pro paid to weigh Coparnerhip. Two n.,
formed Handre
time afl. a ce-
r the arrival of the U. S. Mail Boat fromApalachicola .oberbn
Middle District of Florida. Square. ,via lola.and meeting Gaines. ton either in this city or a the Railroad Depot THE Port Leon, under the name .for Ue of the fugitive.Ua
Tall a h at-sce. 30th Nor l9CharlesS. :' For His scales manufactured at the same place as. applo ai
LEON COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT. Persons desirous of going from Columbus, Ga. are United and. of Miller & Rowl, to carry on the STORAGE safe t th custody any jai ., i. S
those used the
E IN CIIASCCU ] Sibley to New Orleans, will find this by far the cheapest i i by of Stat generally city of & COMMISSION business i o6r of the Terito Florida, ,
likewise the cotton
weighers !
i by
; and most expeditious well the safest and They hare a large and commodious warehouse, charge of aate.
,
Between RCuLILDCROO3 Complain; and HEN FFEt:S ilis professional vices as Attorney a as New York, and have been examined by Inspector
RIETTA SMITH, ELIZABETH M. ARMISTEAD, JonsB. O and Counsellor Law, in the collection of most comfortable way &it intersects the great of scales and weights of said city th proved for the storage of merchandi and cotton; and Tbe said BIL Ji JACJ is fir.L*

CAaaoix, and olhers. Defendant debts 4c.Middle Fl.,ridi. He will atten.l ..ll Brunswick and Florida Line at Chaltkhoochce, Price of weighing, 10 cents per bale.D. hop by ..rie atentioD. ael prompt i the high ; baa eJt J'fir. a 8 r esitl
Crow Bill filed llth December, 1839. Ihe Courts in the Middle Di ricl. making: a Iravcl of bul 30 hours by sisges through coret.. M. SHEFFIELD.Weigher of Cotton.Tallahassee of orders, to give to who from a cut on cheat, .1 wr BartJ
Office in Munroe Streetin, tho building formerly tho whole route. Time from Columbus to Mobile, may entrust business to theis care. by band-evils, one ear piers d
epening the matter to the Honorable 12. 9. f
UPON BALCU Judge of said Court, at Chambers occupied Wm. Wilson, as a Book Store. 54 hours. Oct GEO. MLER scar oa bie left leg just below tbe kaeeT'ki'I!
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For tbe fB'HE premium will be paid for Notes Refer to- JOHN rather light, and hair
this 12th day of May, 1840 by C. S.Sibley Tallahass-ee May 12th 1638.Io.lf Proprietor, highest p ROWLY. very short ; bis left Ul.
WILLIAM CADY. JL the Bauk Sate: of or Augusta, Florif Messrs.Belt on k Fisher, Talahu somewhat stiff whic causes a limp in bis
and L A. Thompson Solicitors and of Counsel fur Gcorja f it
the complainant in said cross bill, it appearing that LIVID WALKER, Chattahoochee, January, 1810. 2 tf da Life and Trust North and1 SouthC.rolioa Berry & D.linz. : G !U under my hand, and stal.r

the subpoena issued against said Henrietta Smith ATTORNEY AT LAW, $G. For Sale, Banks or drafts on Northern Cities, in 'o.t Leon, Feb i, 18 31 lemiory, this twelvtbeavsT

Elizabeth M. Armistead, and John B. Carroll, defendants WILL practice tho Courts of the Middle Districtof HANDSOME LIGHT BAROUCHE, with immediate application is mad to Valuable lands for Sale. budr aad(wtj,

above named, has been returned by the Florida. Ills office is the first room tet the ijhit A harness compl e or two horse, by BERRY &DOWLINGor subscriber baring a greater of the city of RAYMOND

M..nhaloraaie District not served, said Defend over J B. ButLs store,in Tallahassee,where lie may t'ortLconFcb.U, WM. M'NAUGHT. ode 4 L. A. THOMPSON. THE than is desirable for his own quantity V ROBE D REID.

ants above named residing out of the Jurisdiction alwaysbefound. NO''JCE.To Orange and Lime Nursery, ate,for sale three valuable plantatious-ono! ,sit Secretary or Florida

of this Court and it further appcaring by affidavit Dr. A. M. RANDOLPH the Sloclkoldert! oftht Uni.n Bank / Florita. FOR SALE FOR CASH ONLY. on Black Creek, about thirteen miles east ,
t. the satisfaction of the Court that the said de mac 3Wabe
located himself Tallahassee or- from thirteen hundredacres
amendment to the charter of Talahaa. containing
fcndants above named reside out of this Territory HAVING profebHonaUerrices the QTIIE'[ following A NURSERY. containing about 2000 Orange are in a high state of cultivation -
to public.He 4JL the Union Bank of Florida! will be in force for Lime Jewelry, etc.
and Trees, of bear in
and in the State of New York in the Stats of an age to one or
or is to be found at the office of Dr. J. H. Randolph lh residue mostly, rich hammock land, with
North Carolina / iiOrdered the Court that and after the 15th May next. two years after transplanting. The Trees were Sub las
: by ., Monroe Street all farm houses and outbuildingsthe .
"An &ct amend an act, entiled a: to incorporate raised from Choice Cuba Seed and necessary very
the said defendants Henrietta Smith Elizabeth ac are a .
26 i healthy this have
May 42 the to the Union of Florida. crops raised upon plantation not bDsurpau of
sub.e-riber and condition. Directions ,
be
M. Armistead, and John Carroll, do appear and thriving given, in the country. Another, .
c answer said Crons Bill, on or before Monday, the L.A. ThOMPSON & T.II. IIAGNEK.ATTORNEYS ." which adhered to, will insure them safely in removal distance any northeast from Tallahassee! LiTHE Pae Ware, S.l.
Sec. 1. Be enacted the Governor and ame
by Legislative -
I fifth day October, 1840, or that said Cross Bill I. AND CO UNSELLORS AT Council of the of Florida if I and transplanting. Apply to EDWIN W. :j&ntaining about 700 acres, of rich oak and hickory Ctterhe"
,
Territory DORSET, Auctioneer, Tallahassee WM. Mc-
be taken as confessed against them a certified LAW, Tat or 11"
; copy I who has heretofore land ; with 60 or 70 acres in cultivation ; and He will .
or receive
anYlt'khucer. may NAUGHT Port Leon. 14 at
,
ofthia Order being published by complainant week Tallahassee Florida. mar *
a : upon the plcdge of stock, as I 3 another in Hamilton crunty, about ten mie fromie during the wiattr.
: ly until that day in the uFlondiau," a newspaper 1lT ILL practice in the Superior Courts of the i i contemplated oo in the twcr.ty-ninth section of the NATHAN'S Suttannee Springs, containing 2000a REPAIRINGIs

published at Tallahassee, and proof thereof filed Y JlIi Idle\ and ApnlachicoU, DintricU cf Florida actto which this is an amendment.* neglect to I subscriber takes 10TEL informing er"s. a small ,part in cultivation, with farm houses&c. atende W.-TCJ witl a much and BMM.

with the Clerk of this Court.A and in the Court of Appeal- renew or pay up II'M slock note for hal.pace of3 i THE friends and the public generally, that he '1 his land i ill of superior quali'.y! for the culture less any hop the Southern conniry.Jan .
true copy. < Test Business entrusted to their care will meet with i has the known of sea island >n.
days after time same shall! have become djir, purchased Houa lately as the colt : FREDERICK TOWLE.BATIEK .
R. G. WELLFORD.nay prnml't ntientiiin. 6m 12 shares so pledged shall]| be forfeited to the batik,and i, "FLORIDA HOUSE, Quincy, which under hi. Alo a tract of .JOo acres, at th- natural bridgeoil "

: Ifith 1840. 4* tSthO Ckrk. Law JVotfcc.rVHIC any premium thai may be received from the ale I i tuiperintendancs, has undergone thorough r pair.and the St. Marie, about I 11 I miles south; cast of Tal- N effectual S for OINTMEA .1 T.

1 Superior Court for Leon CountyIfofEMJEK .. CO.jartnl"rlhip{ hitherto existing? between thereof shall accrue and be added to the surplus I in which he is now ready to receive and enter 'laruee; h"lfof this tract is a rib al.uvialoit all cutaneous cure eruptions.: cItes, Kinf-worm.iae

TERM, 1840. JL WM. P. DUVAL( and W4f. H. BROCKblNlJROUGH profits of tho bank. tain, to the beslof his abitl. all who may furl upon it thrrr i i.Ji!"o /fine mill seat, with greater Jacob Ratirr Baltimore. For are Prrparefi by oalykt

JOHH BUNCH WILLIAM CRAWs'uaujr., & THOMAS has been this day dissolved by mutual Sec.2. Be it further enacted, That it shall lie the II him with their ; water pow<-rh.tn ;inv in Middle! Florida. 17 If RANDOLPH
ane LEWIs.
CARBON trading, &c. under Ibo firm and coiitcnt.WM. duty of the board directors, when any share may To those who know him,he deems unncrt-pKt Tncse lar.d will be s-ild at moderate. prices, and

style( of Win. Crawford jr. A: Car&oll. 11. BROCKV BROUGht will continue to bo forfeited a aforesaid, to proceed l<> sell the Paine ry to make promises with ,regard to the manner i i. rein blr r.isis, and if desirable: : th-- purchaser DISSOLUTION/

Attachment 1,3: 18.3 Damages $3,0'''O.). reside at Apalachicola nd practice in the A palachicola a public outcry to the highest bidder,before he bauk which the house will L kept. To all other,. l Ii' I Ib. can have: Union LJanK. Stock upon a |,art of the '1' ,HE Cops rtnerhsp herttofore existing soJer

I'VlHE defendants and all others intercnted are ; Pibtrict.and Iho County (Leon, and the ing house in time ci.y Talnaee! after giving ten .only to say cat! judge for yourselves, ALT purehaJl6.! \v BltADEN. the firm .rW.Jdel.. Kaudolpb & Ltw'u, uIhis

JL hereby notified of the institution of said Court of Appeals rogularly, and in Jefferson and days notice, by puM'calion in all tie! papers pub. I you find him,co rpeak of him. Dec 28 --21- \ diy dissolved by mutual consent. '

.. uit. by attachment returnable tu the Term ufore. Gadsdcn if jecinllv nnpletcd.! Iil
said; and are required to appear and plead! to the Tallahassee. Nov.20111, lU3' and the purchaser .hal, within ten days thereafter April 3 3lf li. received recent J. H. RANDOLPH.B. .
undersigned >re by
ar
declaration filed iu said case, as the law directn. execute to the bonds and mortgages ne- THE C. LEWIS.TalUhasjee. .
LEGAL CHEAP HOUSE. SIGN AN opened atlheir stores No. 1 &
NOTICE. i" .
111 2 Anpnst 13, 1839. _
16
may 42 3m JO. BRANCHAtt.ir Pl'ff. to constitute him a stockholder, and be I '
Thomas Caltzcll and Walker Anderson After crnary to the rules and restriction -I. ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, GLAZING KKIT\ Row. a general and wel assorted g The business will be c.ntinuedby lh. lobKn.ben .

Superior Court for Leon County ness at Law will practice in copartnership in lh subject and be entitled same to the regulations same rights, and Paper Hanging. ts I and Winter Good, consisting in part of under the firm of Randolph 4- Lewis..
<; privileges .
NovEMBca TERM 1840. Superior Courts of the Counties of Jefferson, Leon Baling and Bale Rope, Ailt settle! the affairs oftlie former partoenhia..

EDWARD BRADFORD w. WILLIAM CRAWFORD jr., Gadfden Franklin Calhoun, and Jackson, am and stockholder irm'niliel.: provided a arc that guaranteed tie! sale lo and an forfeiture original THE undersigned of Tallahassee most respectfully and vicinity informs that the he Lint)'* and Kerry's, J. II. RANDOLPH
and THOMAS CARSON, trading, kc. under the in tIle court Appeals at Tallaliaescc. French, VVIiiluer, Duff! and twilled Ian- 17 tf B. C. LEWIS.
divest the bank of i ie aug
of not to prepared to execute, in the neatest manner .
firm and of Wm. Address .harellhal operate any any kcts,
style Crawford jr. 4: Carson. of Thome Bali id !, Apalachicola.
have Lad the of the of the above Branches short and
al notice
Attachment f 2,850.15-Damages $5,000.00. Address of Walker Anderson, Tallahassee. len may en properly a prices Lowell Sat. 1 & 2 Oznaburg. NOTICE.
defendants, and all others interested are June 15, IP39.-tf defaulting stockholder; but the same shall remain which will induce those wanting work done t give Heavy Kur rl 1 Brogaop, Subscril has just received and esn
THE
THE bound for the of debt he owe the him a call. Country orders promptly attended to.
notified of the institution of .aidallil security any may Rich Brussels and Scotch Carpets sale low for cash,Gentleweu's fiae black'
b.1 attachment returnable to the term aforesaid Fresh GAA'DEN Seeds.Herb and flower seeds. bank, whether a payer, endorser or, surely, until N. B. Paints of all colors red) prepared and Uro.eIJ.ilon and Tafted Rug, B vur and Uunii For Hats, Gentlemen's
and KITCHEN the same shall have been fully safufied. mixed for use. T. B. CLARKE and Caps TrareUing Trunks, do. Barj Traul
; are required to appear and plead to the I lot of Uulbous Flower Roots all JOHN PAUKIIILL C Cai-hier. Fe15 29 tf bra. 'eDdr "y
decUiAtioo ling Valreses! an-i good aisortmen Cloths
Carved
filed
in said case, as the law directs. warranted fresh. Ald.lm.*, tt
16 42 3m March 14. 1Et19. 32r &. Uilt.framrd Mantel Glasses, II in And ready mde Clolkin*.
may JO. BRANCH. Alt for PJ'ff. A few' volumes of Brigenian's Gardeners Jssis i I HULL'S Mahogany

Superior Court for Leon tant. iriviiiF full diectioa: for the culture of fruits To George MitclieM, Vegetable PulmonAr' Balsam, Feathers, Matra..w and Beds eads. L, CAnTO
County With of choice Grocerien.rlardwaio Tallaass! N'v. 22d, 1839.
assortment
Formerly of Motcombe in the County The reputation of a general
HOVCMUR TERM 1840. vegct4besand: flowers Jut received ar.dtrsak whih bcomee.tablishc.
JOHN BRANCH, Administrator ,of all and singular! l by R.1NUOLP1I! & LEWIS. Do.c England, o t his next of kin. o the most sf. remedy : aDd Cutlery Staple and Fancy Dry Boot Manufactory.HE .
for ?0od, fine and Shoes, Hats and
; the gojds, chattels rights anJ crediU, of Dec 14 19cAHJNE'r i h hereby given thai if the said ever diaoerel DOL Cap. HE subscriber is now prepared to nuMfartsie
NOTICE 2rocK and Ware Tickles, .
Influenza, Coughs, Colds Asthma, Whooping, :y Gli. Catsups
and Ann work in his line fair
James Branch deceased. rs. WILLIAM CRAW. Mitchell, on cf Thomas any at prices ucla..
MAKING. tc. .
Cougb. of Blood, and all affections of lie. Jams,PyrupR -
haD jr., and THOMAS CARSOX, trading, &c., subscriber thankful Iitchcl. of Mutcombe, aforesaid is now living 01 Spiling. offer accommodating mug employed a number 01 me best worksiea tree
onder the firm and atylo of Wm. Crawford jr. ."" THE ded, should have left any personal reJ.resen.ta the Allf which they on the city of New York, giving them the Ufittst
_ _ past favours Kespeclifully presenting this useful remedy to (lie public usual law ,prices. rittermined .
Carson. i-: infurms the cilizensol ives in America he or they may hear of some IN tber BROOME & wager aDd supply a good srtidssf
Attachment f?,.a2-Damage. '3OG0.O0. Tallahassee and thing to his or their advantage, by applying either proprietorauthorised by a Physician from JAMES E Co CalfSkin and Morocco. He trusts \oJ receive tbs

THE defendants, end all others inlcren'.ed, are he continue. to carry vicinity on that the personally or by teller, post .aid.to us the under. Ute whom that tbe hobas recipe used was it confidentially himself and in obtained his extensive 1. Tallahassee. lo\. 181.: I5lf patronage of those who consider the encourtfti

notified of the institution of the said Cabinet Makin; btisiriess in signed, within three mntha th.dale bereor practice in affections with aitoniihing Leather, Le, and lloir.I1C moot of the southern manufacture. Repairia'
nil attachment Should be able to send a Pulmonary :F Subscribers on hand a I Ia don. ajd
constantly
by returnable to the Term at ore- all its variety at the old stand any person effect. The combination of neatly promptly.FREDERICK
happy
said and the said death a moderate remuneration vegetable complete: assortment ofLEA .liable FILER.Dec21
; are required to and to the George THE& !
appear plead of Ble K and Kibolds ito litchtI'J
subitances el which it i is "
,
eppo will be said Geo. Mitchell if rniirrly cml'Ocd.; fu' Gin Handstrness, anr<
declaration ,
fi'd C.lrilge Bo's
1 in said cue 81 tho law directs. 'S'p. 20n:
Col.
Wyall's where he
Store peculiarly adapted to of the Lung __ __ __ __ _-_
disa.e. Shoes, &c. Also
He constant supply and -
is about 44 of emigratedfrom
may 16 42 3m JO. BRANCH. Att. for Pl'ff will be happy to receive orders from his fiiends and living, years sge. Liver and Stomach. .
,
!, for : 111 of which olf..mlow Notice.
England about 15 since, and the last PIa.st.rng : they .
Superior Court for Leon County.- the public generally. Sidcboar.ls Bureau's and furni. letter rce ived from him years was dated at New York This medicine has been used very extensively, f.rcash: or in zchnnje. for hides at their Tan T fiE Co-P rtner hip beret ofoi e exisiiog iajlW
: NOVEMBER TERM, 1840. ture of cvjry description,made in a fashionable and the 25th of June iu which letter he ex* and the proprietor has notknown a single in.tanct Yard. BROWN & GALBRAITH. name STEWART cf- BARNARD, leWJissolvcd
VfoUAM A. CARS. WILLIAM CRAWFORD jr. i substantial manner and on reasonable term, and on 1t to thu West Floridaa in which it .failed in giving relief in diseases Tallahassee, An*. .1.1.! '1SHS l-lf by the death of the senior panDer, aft
and THOMAS CARSON trading, &c., under the I he hopes by strict attention to hucincM to merit pressed an intention going I I for which it is recommended ; even in cants approaching persons indebted t)tie! lira are requested to sub
the Western States to settle.
firm and tlylo of Wro. Cr.wf.Jrdjr. if Carson. and receive a li1.Jerallhare of the patronage ef thepublic. or to to consumption, attended with bleeding Notice to Cotton Planters. I immi diate settlement, and all> having claims wiflpka
Dated this lOh of October 1839. Shaftes- ;
day .
Attachment $IcnU.07-Damilge. ,3.00000. a forlhe Lungs, and where all other remedies had .IAMEBOAT. -' RIGHT'S IMPROVED COTTON ,e present the sam .
of
Doit.ni
,
the County
defendant!, and all others iuUrcsU-d, arc JACOB BLESS.N. turyin. England.Solicilors. failed,the most decided and flattering success has SAW GINS. E. B.IRN.\RD.Jr. Surviving Partaer.
THE notified of the institution of the said B. All kinds furniture repaired on reasonable IIANNEN & UTTER. of Jay.B. attended iu use. Common colds, which are generally I I TAKE tl.'u method of informing the Planter Tallahassee July 14. 1:!9. 49tf
suitby attachment returnable! to the Term aforesaid terms. Any further information can b ubtaine the effect of obstructed rvpiration, will that I have entaMit-Iit-d a "Ioa iu Q.u.n.y
and I Tallahaiwee Fept. 7th, 1833-tf Gamble &Co. Tallibansfe. jan 4 tor tin- t/f the above ruches Jewelry, Silver Ware *e.
; arc required to appear,and plead to the yield tu its influence in a few hours; when used inAslhuia purpose lurrmhing

declaration filed in said ca> .u the law direct. NOTICE.fPMHE J"B.. BULL & CO. Have just icccivcd Hoarseness, Wheezing, and sboriue> of j article, made jn lot improtemrnt. The im- 'v.Th AUdTINJr,4CO.have .
may 16 42 3m JO. BRANCH, Alt. fur IVfT. I per ship Geneva, and other arrivals, t een- breath il gives immediate relief, procuring tranquil rnvemeiit l i* in the rib* which wetr out fiifU # .L7. removed It DM
of Tallahassee
Citizens are requested to eral assortment of the inostfashionaMe style of blue, and slee,. In whooping ci-ugh it is without When the rib wear out at the pla c where tit 7.- f' IIllrt' formerly occupied ly

In Justice Court. I JeL clear ,up and! krep.thcir. lots and back yard black,brown,mixed and fancy ClothsCassimeres, a ret rival. It operates by gentle expectoration, and teeth pass t.r..sII.; a UCct can I be ul.ined it iet WmhlWyatt,& Co, .-

Wlliam II. Mathers, ) In attachment.TS. clear of fill: h and rubluxh. The Corporation Carts Festin-s, &c. which they would. be pleased tomakl may be given infants with perfect safely. five ., l hy Fiiipy! .I"a.: the biravt a quart.lfaui hwy arc now opening._
::31 Amount $2260. will jro round the City /f'ednewdajs and Saturdays been I t ituli '!ful I or arl ia
up for their customers. They having : For sale by RANDOLPH & LEWIS. 11,1 pulling ulderad. side 01 J.t a.'or\nlt'DI..
and it i ill that all litter and rubbish -
-
U Chapin.ALL S reque.lcd from the latest New York Iinportations the din which new l'er- line
wth; great care jar 26 :' i jim a set of ribs as good such AI
persons interested are hereby no'.ified. of bo collected and deposited on the street, early on cannot fai I to pl'asr the most fastidieus.RE4PY 2 55 l'it! Hrlt. and M I.U, unlit ttelrC worn out i i.. Gold.Lever Anchor CIte--
restitution of the above t.uit by attachment the morning of those days, and on no other days in MADE CLOTHING. ADELPHI HOTEL. live '>t mix places. ler and Virpe Watchm; Riogc.au Diamond,Oa-

issuedout Justice &bl,'< Court returnable on the weik TIle! warm weather having: set in, the Superfine black, blue,and fnncy colored drab coats, THE undersigned having purchased from Gen 1 wi I keep inn'tantly on hanJ Friction Ro r ,x, Ruby, Garnate. {u. ; Broaches, as Diaawnd
the third Saturday in March inllt. and arc requiredto propriety of such an arrangement is manifest to all Frocks d0.Suptrfine. BSOWN, that wel known otaMinh- Gins nnd B .s Giiif, which 1 wairani to please ii> \1osair, Camro ; Enaimlled paintings &c.; Gold

appear and plead as the law direr, who have regard fur the health of the city ar.d it blue, black, brown, drab, nnJ miedOyro.t ment called the City Hotel, the city of Tall*. every rc'pcct. or no mli" My price for Frirtiun Filigree W .rk. Ear Ri-g and Pius; Silver Ware.

WilH MATHERS is hoped that the citizens generally will comply Pilot cloth, do. Beaver do.' haS e. hv opened the house under the title! ol Roller Gin ii $l j-rr UU'; and for the Box Gin -och a. Te Sis Table and Desert Fork.: .

March 5lb, 1840 32 Plsinliff. with the above regulation.' Blanket do. thc AdeJphi Hotel. They are now making important per saw. Persons. wi.hinl to buy Gins.for f Cups, Silver 1'bttd C\ndlf'Stick". Cake Baskets

Territory of Florida. By order of the City Council, Fine, blark and cass. Pant, F.,ncy colored Jo. improvements and repairs, and will have by the next crop, would do : to call and examine thieGins. CastorsTea S..ts. Coffee Uins, ard Spoon; Cat- I

Hunliiigton Tiffany & Ellwcll Court A. E. HJRRIS Buckskin Plaid,&. Ribbed do.Spangled Doeskin do ensuing fall an exlcusite Brick Building erected All orders will b attended lu with prompt cry, Guns and Pistol, Cane, Astral Lamps,hal-
Superior
apiil 13 38 City Marshal. colors tine blue mixed on the property whereby they will able to ac. tie
,a. I for CUlun'J' Cass. do of all b nl.. Clocks Fancy Goods &c.
Henry CoLIC If James Aldrich, / Leon County. JAMES B.GAMULE and his brother :GRA'l'I and Fancy Sattinett do. commodatfl strangers visiting this county iu asatisfactory Old Gins repaired at the shortest notice, and in All of which they invite their fiieuds and 1M

rneiclianU, &c., tiading under 1 In attachment I GAMBLE have this day associated in Kentucky Jeans d>. manner. The Public may depend the best style. public to call aud examine.
the firm of Butler & Aldrich, : business, at the old ktand GAMBLE & REID, under Double and single breasted CIolli rests, Superfine upon every attention to their comforts. I refer the plankr to Mr. R. L. Edmonds, of Nice watch repairing personally attended Is.

defendants not residing within the Ter I the name and style of JAIIC B. GAMELK & Co. black silk Velvet do. Plain black and blue Sa. JOSEPH CROSKEY, Q.uin'-y, for information I regards these Gins nr Dec 21 20

THE and uot having an attorney within They ask the same liberal khare of public patronage tin do. Fine figured do. fancy figured do. DAVID F. WILSON. any planter from South Carl who has used

the same, to whom notice of taking a deposition bestowed on the Iii It) firm. Colored Valentias of superior quality Fancy Tallahassee, April 3d, 1840. 36 them. C.COOPER.Mar ands for Sale.

.can WI given notice is hereby given,in conformity JAMES B. GAMBLK: Silk do.-io! cloth Velvet,-Fair fancy Thibet For SaleS 14 33 ifS PURSUANT to previous notice, the Apal
J. GUATTAN GAMBLE. coloieJ. silk Velvet.-Fancy figured do.-superior Horse Company now offer fur sale**>
totbcitttut. two
in such ease made and protid !,that Sulky Wsgon. Leon
the Jnn 4, 1840 22 quatiy and latest style cut silk VeUei do. ONE Horse do do Academy. entry the following Pine Lands in Leon Couiy.
one with
depositions of Willis W. Cantlande &c.
Amy quality of Ladies Cloth, Merino, Iarne. Trustees of Leon Academy announce to la Town 9 Soutb-Kaq. 1 East aeelioes 7,1 11.-
T. Wizen and John Ainslie will be taken at the To Plnntcrs.IRON I WM.H. THE
mplete.
office of William H. Maxwell Florida Commissioner SCREWS received by the Schooner Thibet, and Damask Cloaks. c Publc that they have engaged Mr. 18, 19,23 25 26, 34,3.3, 36-*nd tactless nawM
Childrens German Jackets and Pants. NoBtlI8' SHCT-TALL take of Male in
charge sections 5. 8, 14l5,17and24.
t a. 9.10,
in the of New York the first Sat'urday Hankey, from Baltimore,are HOW ready t
city on do Hay's Department of the School established .-
Merino Cravats, black Italian silk superfine Lniment just them In Town 3 South, I East-teclioas him
the range
in April next, to be read as evidence in tho forfdelivery on payment of the lame. Apply lo
cue aforesaid. June !2 f T. It BETTON. twilled do.LinnCQ A CERTAIN dislu in this city. 5, 8, 11, 12, $$3, 14.15 K,23, S4, and fnctkwu**
and silk Pocket Handkerchief-. ing complaint, established in New ,amused Tbe Sboolwi open on Monday nextin the old and IOLIu

THOMAS BALTZELL, RICE. Cotton and woolen shirts and drawers. Cloth do. in our principal Hospitals, and by eminent Meeting House. In this nw attempt to Town 2 South, range2 East-sections W J

Ftb 2.5, 1840. 81 Au'y for Pl'ffs. FOR Sale 30 Tisrces Charleston RICE at Boy do. Cnidrcna do.OaklandPhiadelphia. Medical men, wit the greatest possible success establish Academics in the City, the Trustee ear.neatly I 31, and fraction.of 19,29 and 32JQ

DAHIZL T. LINGO ) Middle District of Mark, or Purl Leon HOLT, by MILLER. made superfine Boots. (externally) in following complaints. appl t the pride, and invoke the aid of Town 3 Sooth range 2 East-oectioas (,?r

Tf. >Florida. In tIle Supe. For the Piles, I Tightness in the chest, their clan they lrst that while flourishing and fractions of 5, 0, 18 and 29.
SHADRACK ATXIKSOM. )rior Court of Leon ELLIOT'S CORN CPHE. Buckley's superfine Philadelphia- made fashion I I For all Dropsy, I especially in children.Tender Academies are elsewherearound In Town I Sooth,range 1 Wast-sectisas 29's

County. To Spring Term. 1840. AsiumpiiU Attachment DR. ELLIOT'S PL.lSTERhiasbocnuseiI with able Fur Hats.: Feet, Foul Ulcers of the legs, them, the IDhabillol of the Capitol of the 31, 3 33,34 aad fractions. ofj9,tO',tS -
for $620.58. success : And wherever it Ih. Meus fine silk, woolen, Merino, and Cotton Ho Serb throa by Cancers or other fungus Territory will henc forward manifest a more devoted 3ft

defendant and aH others ntere.ted. are been introduced, superseded the use of other siery. or j however obstinate.re or interest, in cherishing: their own city institutions. The whole of Towa 2 South, range Westtz--
THE remedies for the cure of'ornl.A Broad Cloths, Ca sirnercs, Saiineils, and VentDgsofall .
notified of tbe institution of the above Croup long standing cept sections !j,S,35 and 36. -
uit; tad are required to plead to the declaration fewapplicationswitlentirelyrcmove the largest description 17 tf. Whooping Cough, Fresh Wounds, The scholastic year will b divided into foursessions At$ to $1. per acre m earrent bBs Ct

filed in the .same according to the statute in such corns,and prevent further pain. For Sale. There are many thousand of the of eleven weeks ec and the followingrates Territory.These S

case made and provided. Price 50 cents per box, with directions for use. A QUARTER SECTIO. of first rte Land, most respectable and authentic character,.rti6clc, manlof tuition atowo b paid in advance to Land offer advantages for pastaw ruff

JAMES A. BERTHELOT. For Sale in Tallahassee, at the Drug Store of situated two north.wet ofTallabusee.Apply which may b examined wher Lbs article ia sold the Treasurer &ad Trustees. cultivation aad superior Timber.

march, 1840. 34 Att'y. for Pl'ff RANDOLPH & LEWIS. to It is used as an external application, and for many Orthography and Reading, $8 Cash payments will be required for 11a1t..m&DeS ) .
._May 18th 1838. 41. R.J. HACKLEY.July other complaints enumerated in the is The above with Writing and Arithmetic, 10 smaller fractiona of sections. AU.rdIaJIII

Joseph F.C.Harley A LeonSuperior Court, & LL persons having claims against the Sub. 33.1839. considered remarkably effective; but for wrapper the Pilesit The above,with Grammar and Geography, and ever these may be mad. oa the usual terms 01'

of arab Harley, J I Spring Term, 1840. dIL wriUer will please present them immediately PAINTS, OILS, &c. .no equal, and the agents are now bound to History, 12 Company; thit is. l4taincaahandfor l.ucl'J'I

'. Attachment 14 t.58. for settlement, as he will remain a short time in 250O lbs White Lead, in oil, iu kegs of 100 lbs refaud in all cases where it does not cur. The above, with Greek and Latin, and General payment of the other 3-4tba. .
W. E.
Willey. (l Damages '1000. TalUhistce Tor the purpose ef settling his business. and 25 lbs each-Linseed oil, SpU. Turpentine, L M. Com.to& Co. Proprietors. For sale by Literature, 15Frenchextra Leads iu Gadsdea and Leon aaiUbh ucI-teI1.

THE defendant and all other persons intercut Jan 4 2 J. J. BIRGE. Brushes, &c, and Window Glass various sizes. 7 RANDOLPH LEWIS.L. charge of 10 I for cultivation will also be sold as osoaloa apeatioa
are hereby noli Sod of the institution of .-.- For sale by 4 By order of the Trustees. I to Job Caraochan, Esq.at ApalaebieeA

the above suit, and are requested to appear and Copartnership. RANDOLPH & LEWIS. CARLTON, A. M. GATLIN, the Subscriber aad tetUera wfll be ereftrreitott".

plead to lb. declaration filed in said case. THE .ubacribd.laue this day entered into April!1839 38tf 1VT* linn t Pr.ii.r" march 4, 1840 32 Secretary and Treasurer.. purchase of their settlements provided tbty .

JOHN P. DUVAL ,l.is ss yeneial commission and forwarding inform the citizens of their arrangements within a suitable tim \

Jap.30th, 1840. Attorney for Plaintiff. merchants, under tho style of McNaught Subscribers CO-PAUTNEBSIUP.have entered '1"l ouLir'Pc and its vicinity, that be has I 0 Bale Hay at Hay.private ale Apply to Ferroer purchasers from the Company wile art; I
& Ormor.d. WM. McNAUGHT. THE int partnership returned New York with fresh in with their are'
HE subscriber withes the fol supply of march ED. W. DORSET, 3, Row arrests naymeats. .
to sell several valuable firm ofJ. B. tf CO., and 2 Berry with W
'r JAMES ORMOND. wi'l Cloths Cawimrres and Vetting, of the newest quelled to settle with tbe Subscriber or
TRACTS OF LAND on the bnsiness of MERCHANT TA!
near his rosideuco. Jan 20. 1840 20 tarry and the finest fabric which he Carnochan the /
PUTIJAOfl style pledges to Twenty during
DoUa
Plaaters desirena to retain their capital in labor LORS, both in this place and the city of New Hwa.Q .aSOD.J. BROWN
those him .. of B. ,
that call have TOLEN from the
mad.
on the [
cab accommodated with mos aatisfexlory Abraham Spangier, > County Count, (Leon,) in York. Aran&ementsl.". been matte for a constant to up in I
crcd- .
neweL fashion To please the gay and faalidioui present instant, a SMALL MOUSE Agent Apalaclucela Land Comp4'1'
it. ROBERT vs. >iumpit. Summons ad rs- and full supply of Cloths, Cassimeres COt
GAMBLE. Vest the Subscriber has OURED HORSE about five Office at Mr.E.Barnard1 Tallahassee. ;
ing and employed R.R. Pilgrim, who ,yean ,
Welauree Jefferson, Fla., 28th Nov. 1839. Henry \\ycbe. jfpoiidenduin for $500.Return. et a large assortment of Ready Made MULE '
will his undivided The said Mule fellow Jan 4 S
by a
give the Cut
to ting negro J
and
to Spr.ng tern, 1889; dated Dec. 6th, 1839. they arc now to attion &en --
l'lotinS' prepare ammo. -
DeoartmenLTallahassee. who calls himself Rose, axd his -
Notice.IuIaTT says
customers and the article m. 8UlaJed. .
defendtit and all olhers ioleretUd any "
days .da. &. .ndenined will THE notified of the Institution of said,sail are called foi in tbeirliae. One of ibe partners, !: I -_ Oct. 18. ter lives in Bullock County, Gera carries wit my plantation about three BW*****-SL
him for twelre FROM
fr.$7 Ie Ihe Jadp or Wade, residing in New York will enaUe &pass MULE-w P"1
tbe A Ji1. BAY HORSE
: County Court of by attachment, and they, are uired to appear t .
req lodee. and has *
he **
- to bu. al!orders wagoner a wagon oalr
i..w.ovnty. her do.j < execute promptly and on the rca Guan W. says lam., .sa1yiMalgsstthi'at. H
and
hu in pload o tho declaration filed in said case, according mo persona GRAKT,
iLL indebtee
Ulifneel hia which an a lio the said fellow bu
tile & both re&I aDd sonabla J. B. own, is. ; a hi1braa '.
been worked about two.Aa1
terl to R.
pehOD&
Mi iu such and HACKLEY
to the statutes ease o\ade roided. ar
...c Mid Couaty..s.c.-O&Hd.' fr. WXDE. and settle their cl 0 t. sear O'O one ef his e appears t have been eat will be besides a Jibelal I1!
.: .- J. D. WESTCOTT, lE&y auall. by the l5lb of Ap with knife and ,between thumb gladly rweivtd
a aadforefinger
._ &pdU ESTHER B. ROSE. : mar 6 81 Ajlcrnty pf Plsintirls.K1RKM Talaha. 11,18. 15GALLIGHANS All accounts net paid by that .time will be cut with a knife; hi band not _. ddrem.leltar iLfl.wAI4zELL to S1. Marks. ,
_
JTOTICE. VEGETABLE uiU G. W.QRANT.march21 ,. a : Febta 30 "
I AN ABEEN recollected. Any person taking the Negro sad
TBV A HANNA.
; 341TEW
'
D ) Florida,BartoQ C. FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, Mule shall receive the abort tea de-! PLQV.JSU8T .

,pcdtgtlctg1.iazn. 1kF.Tt7CE. nJ-"o.1tIeJ'Clumur. N"' Orltant A certain a!listing oar for di.. Fo OBLEAff8 AND GEOBQIA hare either. .It l s believed,wad.. will.make fbr reettTWia ftoe'trder.. :SCO. bUs. riP

-r. .: 10, tale by 1] _. 5fONEY'WAJJTEIroPwhich Thomurni*, Ga., Kftwatturhle, Florida.JOH1MSLC1Y. I low for'. S
Jcl U 21 Refer to .K. Call/ind Henry Bond. RANDOLPH, I LEWIS.TaHabiice : premium will be paid- t 'JMESL, :OAhLLE t Q''l'aflabsue.

., Jan 111839.UtI( ) *, April 14, 15* 3 mb 2 3 SPANQLER & LYMAN. ft 25 31 S., miles salt olTaltwue ..M'f.tl 24


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