The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 30, 1840
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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w HO DEUCE WANTS I-I wo SETTER ld refer the remd.n EVI-. ( Ho remained- at the he'- -: $t djy inn

pibliC to bSTOD Toluaury) leiuil publubei F THE FLORIDIAN biff coarse by the polar star of frafcfe f

ceutIy tn thu paper, wL1i tho Good S.mfttaran and'cation*} booor. IWretuH wa* sn ckta

Mliiiffl to the htpnjr and beneficial effects of tin ought to 611 with honest exultation oeweof
BITERS. ail who rafaelbeoe as the brig&flti'jewekin

referred the diadem of the aovereign people. The
Those who hove pfYiieed the letters above "LAISSEZ "

to, will observe thai in almost every case, the; NOUS FAIRE. sacred ,standard of vatae-' which"is only of"

atteit tb fact, that no inconvenience of any eoratlcnd I -- ----' '------ -----.. secondary importance to the standard"of rno.rality .
'thc taking of these nifdiciiics, in ordinarj o :: -
thcii 1xAr and constitutes one of the great conservators
case*, but that the patient, without ftwlibg
operation, i it universally left in a utrun er and of human integrity, wa preserved

lieUterfetiteoriiciUh) than was eipiriencedpievi BS MADISON fluctuations of the banking system, as equally j boundary of Maine auddenly arose, and aeem- inviolate by the Government,- while every

to being afflicted with diseaw, and irt all case.few o inJiipeneat to the independence of the Gay. cd to render the policy' of the Administration where else trodden under foot. The credit

acute suffering, great rel.cfi.. obuiiwd cted w Jn IWO or ernmetU, ifee safety of the public funds, and still, tnorc difficult, and to destroy every hope of the United State escaped' the general'I
three hour day, and,. a euro it eenerallj I rVhe Madison Springs has changed own the maintenance of a sound and stable cur. of presenriag unbroken tranquility. Let the: I, wreck of public confidence; and the interest

In case. of Fvu of ev.r, .'.criptWfl. and &fl .. .. tn, and the present )proprietor of this fnshion- rency. history of the dangers thus springing up, from '' and principal of every debt were paid ia the, *

bilious .ffreliom, it is BODCWJ" ry for me to ay I able fvalrring plate, who if now filtinj; them up in The Democratic party i is in favor of a the moment Mr. Van Buren entered the constitutional currency, contemplated by the

aught, a. I believe the} Lir are now and a superior style, will bo able to ncrommodalc aKoul faithful adherence to the principles adopted Executive office-the measures which upon, for fathers oldie Revolution.
be the ..-perJy 39') per oiiK, in a manner% which he hopes will enli. I
universally adnitLed extant in all di.eaeaofth&t cIaa. lie irm to the future patronage of his vi itcrv. The and carried into successful operation by the three years, he has adopted in regard to them 1 This state'of thing* has ever since jcbntln-

effectual The LITE euro MWICINW arc also a mo t excellent j old biiildiu K arc undergoing a thorough rrpa.r, illustrious Jackson, in regard to unconstitutional -the able correspondence in which ho has I ued. In the midst of vast purchases of national

relieHn ..ffection1 the Liver and Bowel as his und new .tics being put up-..-ihe roads Jeadi'-p to [BY AUTHORITY.:] = objects of internal improvement, by the maintained, with unflinching firmness, the territory, removals of whole Indian nations

been prorcJ in hundred of cases where pilirjilN the yring.s] will be made safe and pleasant for instrumentality of the General Government. rights and honor of the United States-Jet an expensive war, and projects equally

|, wma forward, and requested that their ciperiencein carriageb-new avenues are opened, and various Laws of the United States passed at the First The Democratic has devised Federal
be published for the other party through all the these speak the merit of his administration of expensive, by policy, to ere-
uking them might iinprovcmciits nre in pri'grcns, which will add
j.enptitofOtllClE. In llinr operation in such cases, much to the venilorla und aniu.>>eniciiU of vi.-ilcr I Session of the Ticcnty-Sixth Congress. vicissitudes alternate victory and defeat, of j our foreign affairs. The wearied patience of. ate a necessity for new loans, or indirect

ilier restore the tone ef the Stomach, strengthen Arrangements have l.i-en made with Mr. II. A" depression and exaltation, cherished a deep, the honest claimants against Mexico is at taxes, and, at the sjme time, afford a pretext

the diecstive organ and invigorate the general WiNon, lo put a'hupcrior lin nf Coachm between Puije-No.? 6. abiding, and undying attachment to our glorious length rewarded, by the appointment of a (for a charge of extravagance against Mr.

functions of the whole body, and than become lo Athene and tiic Sprirign, so that with the present.arranjrernent AN ACT to cancr-1 time bonds s'tvfn to securo duties! Union. It has, on all occasions, exhibited just tribunal for the settlement of their claims Van Burenthe specie standard has still waved
Hexes, (for they are perfectly adapted to earl.) of the Georgia Kail Road, the li'ntoFtraxellinir I ,
both VCSSI-IK! and
of disease and upon their carr.cs, emphycd in the! a determination to maintain, with inviolable and a stipulated mode of paying them. The over his head throughout all these vicissi
means preventing from
an invaluable Augusta to the Sjf 411 1 will not I whale fishery, and to make
fcKlorin? health. exceed 120 hour I for sue hnni's.. regiscrs lawful paper -\ faith, those great compromises of interests Canadian border is once more the scene of tudes. Not a single addition has been made

In afleciions of the head, whether acronijianiod; Tln-y will be opened on the 11 of June, for thfrorrption I I5o it ciat, ted by the .Sonatn nnd II<,ijse cf Rcprcinlalius on which it is founded, and by a stern adherencc active and peaceful industry; passion has been to the burdens of the people, and not a single

with pain and jriddinc, or mark-d by tlie grisvouscalumnily (>f vii-itt-tK, and the f.dliawiiig mod. rat* I of the United states of America, in'' to which, the proud edifice can alone subdued by reason and reflection and instance of a failure promptly to meet every

impaired ment.ilc-ncrpy; in pr.lpi.lutioii seal", of c'largei' o1)erve.-l"ard! liy tho inou'.h, I ( ini'rrs* ass-nil.li-.i.! That all vesFrls which have withstand those influences which have here thing assures us t that however ; every demand public or private, has occurred. The
of liie heart, flatulence, lossof appelitr amitlrenrlh !' !*>:.), chi'dren and kcrvuils.; half price. I dearrd, or here ifirr clear for'the strong our sympathies
and the multiplied symptoms of di>orcrel DAMILCpiilC4 MOlUlSON, 'if may registers tofore proved so fatal to confederated States. may be with the progress of social faith of the public has been preserved inviolate
I piirpo ( t !i :iii jI) the whale fi hf slid'I i
( <;i e iiontTnE LIFE MEDICINES will lie fojitd I ''y tlsije I l'oiriet.r. I be iccftii-J to Iia\c l. wlii and nuScirnt- rv, f.rl Such are the great fundamental principles and political improvement, they will not be (N in the midst of accumulated difficulties, and

to I'O"8'5 ljie m'1 8< !ular>' clficacy.CoiifUtuliui"1 LOST ('flECK.I surJi v.iya--s MTUMII.; il.c |.rivii.L-c-8! and pajer'nziiu of.ri which! constitute the political creed of the indulged in at the expense of international still! triumphs over the reiterated efforts of a

rilaXd, \vak, nr d teaycd. in men crkU I :.6l j nl vi ils, aid tl.f piiv.t-! e-c aid exeiuptti.ns Democratic party. Has the eminent citizen rights. Maine, whose long suffering patience t party, which is every day assailing it with
are under the immediate, influence of'THE TT OSTin L'tlala.i.e! a ft w da\i< eiucr.st C' '
or wonx-n' I I of vc-ff ii. fnrwlled aiH |Iciu.t-d: fnr l.kc vo aj.'c ve now second time for the demanded tht I unblushing calumnies and factious opposition.
present a suffrages decision
Jia'.inby i of the
Ilic liaulv > O.Ii-ai
LIFE MEMCINES Old Coujjlis A*.lniia! : .mjj o i I Cilizpii* ul r\v >, I hhaI! h,. 1'ie' prcaipt pending
e ame _' au-l ,
consumptive; Imb.ts, are soon rtiievt-tl and CJHVI.'Mcurctl. M.'J Ch.irksr's.: in I'-ivor.if S. (OxnarJ. for I protection, as if l t.ey I.ad l pnvie ailrd .s piioire of of the people, faithfully adhered to them in his j question, reposes; with confidence in the Gen.cral That party, while maintaining its asccndeti.

Poverty of l Ii'Itd.l end eiiurutfj limbs HIP i MII.I ,l 76; .(ft). Tin* rlici k wa t i-nd!rd z nd) -iich: voja;cs arc coi.ipleted! -r wuli iintirUa-v rcwihten i| political career, and iu his past administration Admi.iislration! to obt.ii.i that end, and J cy in Congress, opposed every measure cal.
nirrl the happiest change i mndi> pjyah. InVui.. ]".. I llrn I k hy Oxns't!, ami a.cc of l the I fculatod in
will ere Joiig ; inn i *' iimplctod. Government ? Has he fulfilled the anticipations feels satisfied that it will sustain, with' unchanging to aid the administration securing
fluid will become rich and aU.niiu a.ttn -iidiiiMd :ai.rt nmdc p ly.tt.'e t > I lori
dull watery ; % I 'c< !, 2. And I lc t' further cf his and redeemed resolution j the public funds, by creating new depositories,
and the l.mbs be covrrrd with llo-h, firm and | 'i lie i l.eik it HUM! tied < i ilier -5; or ',\f>, sn-\\ v\ ** toil cuartrd, Tnt| all Ihe [ supporter, her territorial claims.
hv Iliv. j rol.r.l t-j, in.i i-ii d.ilbr U. rj. IJiiik I5.I1. T.io I prisjos of use !iirst MCt.on f tl.e! act, rntitlt ii the sanctity of his }pledges ? The most conclusive Who of the opponents of Mr. Van Ruren, 'and enforcing new penalties against public

:Nervous ilihordcic f every kind and fiotn: viluV. P-iyin 'ti! -(4'th! <% ( 'Jii-i 1 k t.as lii-i'ii: *ltlj JH"J, anJ L it <'un (;"An!" .m rid art pu tn-f-roiiKMln.i'l' fnii-i-tary! and to'ihi- net coiicrnii:
vcr ranse trifii'?, fly l k're il.i-) ffiWu of Tn, tic iti aiv: "i"' !> u |li'
LIFE MEnn\r: mid, all that train, of sinkiri aux- ; tO \iJI! l which Ji at i.n < ;!li! c. 'J It]> :
and so < < aS'ctl ih o
icl.w. tremuu and the dn.ii''adl'uly iii ( nd tiro.>, > ,' a I h* roaft.-r .m,jy, aj j ,7i, f,,.; fnfl r nics of the List three years, an opposition, tint its g:>od faith has bct-ri i.l the slightest | cal alF.iirs of the country, with vexatious resolutions
fctlintary, it<
weak m nthorl : NOTCi.u1.eri.rr an to VM. f-h.! V.T?;!, ,1 u. ml! ,ctKj f.jr ,|tic faiftt, ,. violent vindictive and
more and ex park inquiries,
tune, Im uc rvidcd by c.ccrfilH-! .->, *ij i wcry I ir1uthive: indefatigable, particular impaired: ; or that a breath of suspicion
; : > <.1'r fr t.ae! the filltiriii i arli. jaj.d nil; VC.-MN whch |:a\e 1 ern > ,,.
e 4gr4L
rrvaje> ; of health. j ;.os low fifctMi- wlul tJ>lni.Ci in tin- i-ame i.M3in-r, and! in lhn'r? than any fiction: or comhinatio'i! of factions, has obscured its honor ? In all his proceedings groundless charges, anil bitter-denunciations,
Fur wraknes*, ij to which avarice ar.d a.mitioi! amid the 1 which hail no other object but to aggravate
twi : ever ,
( "..:iar r.iaii.Jllulf I : j ijics aaJ qr. casts j -M nl, a- lh<- s-inie n r.oiv in fircf nd apnUcs I gave varying aspects of these
} rclaxalinn; ,! lite tt-i:'els tiy tr, i f p.1ajl. 111i'ul ll'.l. lllll (illl ill.l'i.\ j VCS.fl>> tlDlllltl i.l II f. reign \oj.irp. 1 I birth, has never been: able! to fasten upon: him' threatening: incidents, there has been, through h present cvisproduce! nddiiion-jl confusion, and

ci-r.un.an'1 ;<-iRt of! the i iiij'.uiii; p-isMitus' :> nmcriv.'i tit- .fcdiiM is n .iJc. V> i.n-k'-y in di 1 1 i ic. :l A..J he i1 fiirlhir! onaeted, Ti..t: a t -- a s >!iary; act, or a single; sentiment, incompatible out every section of our common country, a mitigate: the }pangs of defeated malignity.

li.'se ui') Juvc l u Ii'dd; i in fill fimil) <-> I.arl in i f.ji8riijir | fntiur-t C. e'd .i ifs and char- ,tf c\trr dtJ -- w ith his previous declaration: or in j j"uoii'jn uniform-ty and co istency of sentiment, cvrtaiily 'l'hieflrrn adherence of Mr. Van Buren to

and are ''a.irui'l and ttlaXCd! i 'n t'n-ir' w ,. crew- If s-f vohs.il Zm ; j ;- of the principle-i of the Democratic without a parallel iri the history of our the oblig-itiotis: of integrity and the behests
( .1'' :, .ed
lAisTw Li A'.r-DiciMc % ili! tii Aiti'ct ; m n upi.ii il.exm !s r.r caries, |Ien.r: t I.i I.- pr.ijdiicc Jof j the law and forced the of the
; Ft which he mass
niuV; d >. iI U a8.4 ( d tuijtls i of f MICH, ii.-hf-ry. 1 bn of aa..'pt..fd 1:1-!iii-! party, by was elected. So close !politic-il pnrtie?. Under no adnuni.Mration- great
; r.o I' file I! I'l'-iut--, in has been his adherence the eloctrir.es of itsprfit th.it of I lbanks to resume specie But ex-
WvM Indies cantft k'orita'. '>s. ijiyy .trs ; rtency oi a n i-Te. loiini't ti., ID fr.jn >nci to Washington hinself: not exceptr;.!-

: Mjtt nrtii> cr> oi !.<-itli! .ui
.. ; A. ORMOM l"i Mfh'.i'- :ir< i '..I-' tai -Vd!! and Ibr fc'ee, so has he i Wise nor und it corrected their innate incurablii
1 inlb!: > lii' Cl"'- a'c Ji-ti tli* ji-i t r, c-"'', invariably carried them nut 1U' both at horneanJ abroad, of the nun. -
ctIt, I. tNl, %IRI gr &'* !U.,% i 1.ue'1.ti.i I l'-rt I I.o>.; t1 rd' O1 I 1'J.Icir tar. ) lt f the Trt-rimry is Ji n )In rrqntid to it! id: practice, that every act of his Administration: ::er ia which our foreign relations have been propensity to sacrifice future security
:Jl .4i< h liaxo I Lt ,
n..ney 4i ri, or wl.itJi ii.
jJC *<'i.t bi ijct1t d; : may has added ol" j to iiThey played over the same
o.ily virulence to the attacks conducted. The leaders of present g<
Case *'f! Ja( tilt C. !III.t! NfVi, ,.I> r. O.ao, v II i K: -l.i.i;!-. a,:d uro.ui.'S. of Divui..iJ l\IEI.) puul into 1'ie 1'r. a- urv, tu tl.o i. 'iMul m !lunna;.;*. legislative our
'.ill "f t.'i that party whose oppoMtion has always been political have their! game ; the s-im? prediction cf its ultimate
('iituiiv.. N. Y.- A tiri'jdtul: lHrfi"f <'<- .jn(' c'tl] u rU Zh4 l M r.\y: A HAU.S, arp 111 llje I J.-nd t': levinifi I inn< liaid.-i.: opponents given sanction
!'nwliui! , a-id jn- i H\4: ,.T, .' r. I llarr.>, !1.o' < li .i. Ail .acrou-il w ili! hij App-o' 'd April h .!: I irJlo.ittoul most bi'.ier, when those doctrines were most i.i the most imposing of all forms, to ti3! wis- consequences were renewedthe same cat3Sitrophe -

eiift'J quitk rtlxJ"! Cr11411 lii/u**" 441 JJ 4. .:< <4 j *. in M.it, i tint li rj tiiir| l.atclv.' a-\ decisively carried out in practice.We 1 dom, patriotism, arid honor by which it has foltawcd. Less than two years after

urns .i.d in IC.NK lian liii.nijtitjis v.a- ;i J. 'JJ J') 1 i iNK il.viA I:IS.I.L : Uciiiocratir Coiivmlioii.j appeal fo the messages of Mr. Van been distinguished. Almost without discussion j tha first suspension, a second occurred. In

iure any quarter, Legislature
a nuw<.'fckeof|i.iniilift i'io.| n PuiceU.t by its influence, and -secondly by
cits <
} < a '2L < iA l Kc.il; d
jai.i' : a e < uriuvtiy r -: in'Mil '
vas jfilic-ttd 1 13 jcjrfi w.lli M4 4ii t. it, Ji.t. !1. ,; 'f f"l I'.dti! itiii i ja. I n.'ii I :jn .,uttc iitnt q': >i :i'.cvJX > j FILI.OW CniznNs :-Tlie Cotaenti'ja; <>f as furnishing demonstrations of peace and war, the purse and the sword were its example. A f lew honorable xccptios:

u.t-d-itirrly cured by tai.itij 4J pi;,* 1.1 3 wvi ;JK.MIJU; : & CM.. Ddttti s rcmrt-e.tiisg| the Dtnu.cr.icy of the the sincerity with which ho has avowed them. | deliberately placed in his hands by those who mitigated the evil in some degree but the
tN-eof Juan Daiik'in.! tdfvi.Ohi-a-rl;<'..tit jtn 2 Ol: .United; Stal's, Im\in uiianimou-ly re>ol\cd | We appeal to the daily and hourly agjjrava.tion have been, and yet occasionally are, accusing. I measure and its consequences were the same

IIMM Mcdifinch!a'e )er.-i for >\eli1.'t.y\ or n>! 1.1 curt ibildu-.i.-tl in.*and U1I I112ilj;i iI.iie .Joli;: ':. Jtbi.- 5 'I to riTonnnenil the jtrcfcfntC'hk't" Mngistrale as of ihe opposition he has enc"untcred from 1 him of a desire unconstitutionally: to snatch t in both cases, and the people are now suffering -

thrill a k'tvirci 'n irn.i <.v. Measurer awl /vj irt<>r <>f l.innbcr for the a canJiil.ite; for re-election, dyem it proper and tlr.it pnrty, which has always been opposed to them from Legislative control. In tho reck I similar evils with those that resulted from

l'i" of Lewis A'.*>n.-.- rtia4'a! si' .*Jn *:tt.i.J: County of LI-QJI, rt'&qm.ctltiI| to the jicoj)Ie, clearly and di>tiicily I Ijto those principles, as the clearest testimony of lessness arid injustice of their struggles, they-I the first suspension.

-jlv.! ay*, relieve !b4 a bi.-M I J e i. v o.tir. .\ ri'rftS h ii:.. 4., rt' .-. to tini.< wli'i may | ICSM- I stale the principles onvhi 'h the Atlrniiiic.b i iJ his having manfully and fearlessly taken the fu sail the char.icter and impeach the motives I The course of Mr Van Buren has been

Et'-e fr- :n it. 7 to ta 1 tI4.fl hi'ii 'liaijjui, tIU.d.r414'. b J tration of the (Jo\eminent, uider liii directio:), i i'has old! Republican tracku uder circumstances the of Mr. Van Bnrcn; iu the hour of peril, when I the same throughout all these vicissitudes.

ti CUM d ot: ofAdon, ( yPj.a Ani?*-ourttl of'a cg1er4 nv.ieit.- !jim t., talc 1 fa -.., :Mr i 1 1 Hjih' 3.1IUAI !' l,etn cor.ducii-d, and the manner in which .' most discouraging and embarrassing, and pur. 'the truth must control, they evince an on. The fiiilh of the Government is still maintained

(uC ti Ad : (J. :iP, (j4i'-I "l :1..1U'I. they liav1 h'-en, maintained, as furnibhiiig the sued it with} an intrepid perseverance, through 1 bounded confidence equally in his wisdom and' imioldte. He has preserved nearly
.. l l.icr atl'fl :\ Wd'iirii.' tb-i t' the! fir-t i Apr.!, I sunshine and his 'the whole! of the funds of the Union from
rai i: O.K: and tcs.. i '. I ( clearest evidence nf uhat will be his future through storm, though sometimes integrity. How thai confidence has been

cJ4.s! ) Iad ben Ci.i'I.'I 'cIciyeor.- r :'*- oa I 1 l lar, 'e > ritM.I: :.-, will, a t.luziin tl> i.t'-k u \ 'course, if sustained hy the sutlrajjes of those ) appearing to stand almost alone and unsupported {justified, let the event declare. Not a far. being again abs- rded in irredeemable paper
ainl IIIN l.-l't
frmn hr btd tkgn ] of. ba: coL.r, i'ii a M-ar on <
of btl rf-a iW'tlx fay i.i'.riin.jrv box .as..f ti l f.'it it.t .' !li n", ai.d w.s tib'j-'t It > cur< -
wry bra.tliy and n..u! l loiuan-alt fc:..d is i.lutiaid i.IMMVH : lie* <'Iv.*n fur Mi' d.j Inert*
SItet A4l4I'. t-: .: \Val.ii'! .MilU..r al CNt.J -'MI .MymV*. j These principles have: never changed, and unshaken fidelity of his devotion.If ; ishly granted has been wielded; without resort transmission, has been uniformly and successfully

CuM of MtK iai.; .' ,,.. n-.r 'J'ii.i.>JiisH -. i:. U'Al.Ki I i-I;!.'. the : opposed by the Opposition the public
< T. J ;i 1J.| i ff j; can never clIzIna( Thcx are coeval with the I policy the Democratic party is not to either, all the brilliant results to which we ,
tiiriv M-niUr tj al ( i'i:.-re-tl'ttIfl, t-aui"; icci s* 0 [ creditors have been where paid ia
LC1 j. tf3HK \ 4 I t Democratic party. They constitute its existence yet coiisuinmatefj-i yisnot been owiig lo j have alluded, have been successfully attained. every

Can'of n Susan: to t lji. i i.l'ir-ur.lit aIh anuiif* 'i nari.ccn | ; Tiil*I1.i-, q I e C'livp.Jiiy hm.j' i-fii and identity ; and no citizen, however any want of etThrt4kcT fiW part, but lo the pe- | Nor let us forget that while these great and specie or its equivalent. The firmness of Mr.
bulijrct Mti-r .1 1 j -ji-E En L th ih. dti! of' l I' tinrjnii I Varr Buren and calm wisdom
i ii; i.Min- lor I.Utl
| < -ry ofVa combination i temperate
cuiiiary opposition of foe of
i.t trourMM.i i1.I'! L'K- .MnJicn.es Ifc. eminent or illuMriuus, should he considered absorbing questions foreign policy were
4 I C'4" < :
< : n.i ni'f :Mr i 1 .e1ter.. Ticket cast boi
al of iiis have thus far
cr-it now tall a .J lions, having no one interest in all the other : measures, overcome every
i l.ai at li.-i P lIt! if J !J Jlil: [ worthy of its support whose invariable at- or principle I depending, duties connected with

Cat uf Mi kTii<>ina a ugtI'r tit E J'r.z.t z- j Tlie lin ice will !.L < 'tncI at day ''igi.t rai h :j tachmcnt has not been manifested hy a life of common, but a hatred of the Democracy, and our foreign intercourse were successfully! obstacle and trumphed over all the etlbris of

cougli 1 mid. M IhrMdrr n j.;<.mt. cur unijitidii-cnri'il mIoJruei.k inmnju}.'. and rrtiuiu ; i-.i llirrc loir: -.I) idc\oioi, through cxery vicissitude of hope a hunkering for the restoration of that ascendancy performed. Indemnities have been obtained I an opposition, more active, mere inveterate,
run-do! a r\crc JUts. I Ii.dii k <-t The t.1 k' of !le. l l4tt2 JUd :1. .! l> more powerful and more unscrupulous as to
nhga kry rlsiu iu,4tiiii i i 1:1: oxt W J.K. : Art rry uii y :'and discouragement, \ictory and dcfcmt.t To which they lost by abuse and perversion. -jby Mr. Van Buren from Mexico, Texas ,

Cn e ufji. Ctiltib; --tur. *: of .1 't ere al air', u( | n i'l'.iu t.ure. can fn i-i- 'I-'I.l| lor and u!luiiir tune. ( n. '. thi* test t every candidate: fur the support of the If other evidence were required topove i Great Britain and Holland ; advantageous: means and ends than any preceding Demo
::1 I ( UUI tIj o.ny : 4.
Kcarlct frier in a lew ( < ..-the Life .Ilidim,- Sy .that he had struck the true chord of commercial treaties have been cratic Administration eyer had to encounter.
y ..li i uti a fjij.inli v, r*. bu jili'-.l 'it a.1 lniv i Democracy should be brought, and by this he completed with I
ier<'a.f Juw Harriet btate .Trt-J.I J.; :4IlJ, N. Y.a ._.ia u, '_:_!:; >'L TI'' 5 'ljtj' 1 -" t should lie jttdpcd.! Democracy) it is abundantly to be found in the p the Peru-Bolivian Confederation, and with I These results, it should be rcccoUected,
n-u.i i dtjr and a tuh J..j without the
character and materials of the I Holland Greece and were productcd not only slight
Iit veci ti i-c-v i. > i. K T. ijw 11.-J-!Jua *. { The mo.-t weigltty and prominent of these opposition ; and have been

k 4'.out' a-ii i, r ..,.d! y CJvvf.si' b i Jtca.'i, 7 .\'cv' J1UI treat fundamental: principles, arc : That the which his administration has called forth, and J agreed upon with Ecuador and Belgium; nnd I est additional to the public burdens, but during

and ;rcn ih.C4 ,. i i1th[ :() ( ::.lll7ao. u ill of the people is the only legitimate source which \\t identified in its sources,, its means, our national character, and the principles oi a period ii which the people have been

.c o! ncjijdii.in; ; J. T tkt: fK'T< r;> <
I Fever-me. aid), Ajue;:. -. -f.i.t< oi\1 m> a %, ,y r; ad .-|'i .! 1rU-T.s-.d 1." .r'p. i. I'J! \V.-. '.., trust power., to be exercised only for tho! public good. Jefferson throughout his illustrious career, j i tamed, have been recognized and respected by seventy millions of indirect taxes which
( would been under the tariff
MrlPl *y I f.tt d i i : : which pursued General Jackson in life France in her recent contest with Mexico required high
Cdse of.4m.)- 1),. .__ That so entrusted with its exercises, public ,
; A tI. of 14n J Liwrtryiuj .
l of This reduction is still in
ttut 1829.
4'a" 'f I. t'l.-l', tlll.l( .11 I
< <
l '
after > and still violates the sanctity of his rtrirement | and in that which she maintains with the progress
tiot iV f .n, J,, '. 1 j'r .. are responsible- the people for the faithful yet
.i va: A tinJi t-tdt Of
in I': ( ('
l fi! _i |p ill !t! l i i ; opjfii s while, at the same time, Mr. Van. Buren is
tilie, *u* cured !>y li.e J.,. MtrdJi..- wil.. ,al [ -zl I! I! .tl. Tin-I Ir.iitif. an- ..1oJ Swiii! rn performance of their duties. That this re- with unmitigated reproaches and unrelenting ( Argentine Republic.At .

trouble. 1 14.1 :iii'1 ('ic wli'ilt .!. I I Ii a'.J work ofihe most possibility should be as direct and immediate persecution. A brief summary of the acts of the commencement of his administration sediously employed in bringing about a corresponding -

amicteiJ Extraordinary c ,' ..f J.ymui TraSt, t1i W..H Pt.' -t i.lia! cliar.u t as 'ihle. That lie tine esccutinn of this his administration will furnish the best illustration 1' i in 1837Mr. Van Buren found the country excited decrease of the public expenditures -
with i'ji.M: 2 i v 4r-ifi -U-d a p rt.t.1 ilv wi.l bt i'd chop, and the lerm. po Thus in 1839 they fell below those
Tinpr > of his devotion
those the
] of
cure in 21 rr.ilv IM secured dilTiu to grec.t principles by redundancy
hour"j trust can by a general paper money
im jp f tt., Lf, ;, VUil: ,! J.v lit.r.-il. A !> to of 1827 the approbations for which latter
ui ; p ,
Jiavr II.MUkand of ;p. r nn,. <;|3J. lwj j ],}.? jj, ilj, t Aj't4 l l.M.\ :"' AJ A15 l_ O \\ 1-I-KS. sun of the right of suHViige, thiough the me- we have previously enumerated as the basis which had produced a mania of speculation were made before he entered office

and ,rilEMi ly a judin-ui I'lliEKs, nMof JJojfirV Lin l'ji.i.s Lsa .: ':: .. v. C4tIES, :\ium! of which alone the people can retain a I of Democracy. j! and overtrading, and a consequent delusive iu year 1839, between six and seven millions upon wero

"iei.tv.1 I 41 i U] llacu.nl,, brcit rtvtOMti lu Hi" etj..i I 'rr-'I> ; j IK' '.1 I Z\'jril.! t'j" prrwuth liiiirc-f, to tin proper control over their agents, and bit' Notwithstanding the eminent skill with show prosperity, which had no other basis substracled from the of the

f4e.I.trit l's tht3 ri id> of: l.fo.; 'J lie Ii tvr. ai c | flu j j'ulri.i.--j;" "f t < ii.habiidiiu of Talal.atj -<< I' irce exercise, tinaw; ed by power, uninfluenced which our foreign affairs were managed by than a system of credit without bounds or expenditures preceding -
jciiti)' 4ai4 r ic ', titiiiiiv in l-! ..f the \ariou.- General Jackson The United [ year; and in 1840 the estimates exhibits -
gigrr of tli Loiicl J tit j-rai'i.- sacred of the throughout his administration 'nutation. States Bank had,
J re-
t.d ; regard
c I L a s I.-, hy corruption, by a ,
r.pi.r reduction of between five and six
'ii "jir.i: "-i'imm. A piJar r't'uatioii! a
lii. i a dg.itioa rii 1t'5. J\.b SIil biLl Cd U : <> ol i prcsentatiuj to the instructions of his const!. grcr.t embarrassments remained to bej during the years 1834 and 33, thrown wide
Is. lttt&r I the i ij-in <-f lut-jM-jvarO |r-ii li'-v. urrI.IH millions. This simple of facts is the
tis. pt. d Li I -., .d nuriti the ."i.o'ltufo jai.i rrioinin--i'iaii:|j.E ; i. l<) r.zsfit'i.cr. I I'cr-ous re- tuents, and a strict construction of the Con.sthutioi encountered by his successor. Having sueceeded open the floodgates of expansion, and cither' array
| tU-reis ii.tn.c] mo-e gt. tio-c the of
Itigd lo !ti.. t 9 -ii. iiur !i< ;il a--i 'afnf; 11.1.; which, while it secures rights
at.t.n:, ,, ..f I JMC IUIM.tiT, jfii:4C.o.iin. all iuardI I u'-r j .-li 'ru.: jiiJ j ru1r.mm If t dr.$4-!i nouij di !! the majoiity: equally defends and protects I powers for the long arrearages injuries weliad its example.: Under pretence ol administer- gance brought by the Opposition against the
tjyi || |J cll.lft.i
| | rU'lll, | >IU.I I administration of Mr. Van Buren and a just
pirt to lost 1m- f-\'V.l! : sulfered, during the sanguinary conflicts i.ig to the immediate of the
on' prosperity
hi.yor ; and ,
thos-c of the ) country
fJiakirg '.f iln iuuJt and !lous, Strem 3 l1.t'.e- minority; by conforming
ojuate: ttOf': ; .' on : t, Ne. ; reflecting, intelligent people may now decide
U Irjalu laid down
r c' n uni-t. all occasions the
> to
fottnir principles I11udisoii's
tlt' .4Ui{ i.i-lit rji iry. IJ-n i> 1 JJ idlii! ', Au'vlp .1 i H jmum., t for themselves whether they shall outweigh
I the Alien and Sedition I turned, towards the close of his second term, and ruin. The cou. try suddenly became
Life M v CilII' U-!. llrport on !
inf'r. uvrrou. d.' <1"s, |"Ui--s %VJ.dliiuI| clIi-Moy! m.l -1. 1-10 laws--principles which! constitute t the only iiis attention! to the just demands of our citi. bloated with an unwholesome and sickly expansion. unfounded statements, unprincipled calumacs -
fib declamation.A
and .
c,, ,MUI '.',.N jjf, .ccis.,iiwMi|% ,t1 J1VJd-cKh.(. ti.eft.S we1.i's.44)- ( '$eUItOCI A:: ia' H''., ''safeguards of piT-ional rights, the only bulwarks zens ng.Uiist tho! Republics of this continent.i and all mea not infected with the similar empty has attended the admin-

iii cu.fit.d lUlRWi1' wa d "c' or uc fitU.d. i C 0 .11 .11 1 S S 1 O \ .13 i: It C II A A T Si | of tin; citadel of freedom.I !i I Heginning with Mexico, he pressed upon tier, madness of the times, predicted that this unnatural success of
iu all branches the service.
2" and n"ld"cU1.v: "on a.l kd 1,1 i.yMcr. i M1\V: (JltLll/Xb. i In our fin i zri intercourse! it has ever been: I with his wonted energy and firmness, the : growth was but the forerunner of incurable filtration public
uirr.iiixcis.-: : : : U" ..o. i: From the submitted to it
""' ,. ( reports Congress,
I gr-du-llj U li.r, ?>,. i of the Democratic to deal prompt arrangement ot our claim*, daily increasing weakness; and premature decay. '
ion ki.enj of' ljic.rto'i'1'. fl-l-lenati I JUi-n.-rn. lift l<>ii & ri in-r, i the policy party 'appears !hut, in the course of the last three
n' or Wruc. numbers a-id of them The fulfillment!
ill some having followed cbse on the heels
with all form
Ki rr V KirUrv. ; and hiieraily to political
> ?Ie s1 lc atid justly (( ; I and have been im-
of I'1d' tey liaiu Jrfjlvi.rlu. iii'.I f Tallahassee. I alii.mces with none; to watch with sleepless their origin in those first and early movements, of the prediction. That invariable and imperative 'years, great vigor activity
tt.r l
world! *1'' "' I14V ; MulyncuiVthr.'b">, 4' Ce,. I Livirpooj'i. the naional rights and honor in the Spanish American i State?, which re- law of nature, which decrees that all parted to the War Department. ITie secu-
r.r iddtio, .'!4rttm I 1-M.' H.? lyJai.t vigilance over [ritics for an efficient and economical admin.
Itp 3urt' "(aljriicuUr, f H4ovc! I11( a.--, i chc-rinhing at the same time, und acting on the !; suited in their complete emancipation and independence. -* violent excitements, all over-wrought' efforts, istration of the have been increased
-io.d' .&uIIit; !uli a (' "'' 'ls.ch (1iCC. Although partially "! whether of body or mind shall be speedily I army
"JO' in be soef- I I s-ipport'
uo jiai.s t *. COiVICtiOI! ( that they can no way j
; (4j)) "iiiilw-"ii / I I.L porfonc ii.iNbteo t.. tli" F.-tstc: of T. M i did not fit sustain followed! sudden its i The Engineer corps have been rendered
0btitud I ,7rv iiivari.il lv doitigjus. hy Co.igrcss, they ee to him: by : prostration, produced
;( "! % 't1 bi.'c: tIe: + a. t 'any, dti.mrtt.) nnmjuircd i In co.i.i* jOtW i'aiid i feclnally guarded 1 much more efficient ; the Ordnance bus
H-dirne tsarF1tith ul I) lo v hum otheirt and demanding it ii: the reeoimietid.itio.i made, at a critical inevitable! ctscqucuccs. Within less than
i-itlo wiiii.njt furlli'-r .it-lny, nm ticu to ; as iu\Hriably i ij made and
Ottaied, (;crUig,,, luliJ I'ant,,li Jinctin can liotiof m mient, to enforce, by competent means, three months from the commencemnt of Mr. j great progress ; a reasonable exIpectatkxMs -
entertained that the results of
o j : ,
All tt I lic r': way. HdjtihluiLiit, 01 they will In' Ie. rsmI. conlroviir.sies by tea son and temperate dis. || an iinnvtlinta adjustment, upon the dilatory ; Van JJuren's administration, and before he had t.
I'ad: 1tttr, ,., Af .r.X; XOiir.ailmr.: the very extensive experiments instituted
w A
tcia reccivs lUiIlt .jLU L rulers who! governed Mexico in rapidsuccessioii. advised or curried into operation! a singlo
LLIXMtKIU' MilMT, adns.M : cussioi: aid: nt/-erlo: shrink from nit appeal! | to determine the best description of cannon,
Fteprcd ; I The discussions between the two measure that could, ii: the slightest degree
""d otj: !'WILLIAM n. .MOFK.VT. Marl.n/p'il 1C, I H :SJK I to (the la"t resort of nations, when it becomes and the most destructive projectile, will
countries became more recriminatory and to produce Use than
w VMl" A 'Isfrr CddtUH i indispensable by the fault of our adversary. ; operate catastrophe, more enab'c' the to adopt
HNde department
AGL\t < l t ;lgitIu. I r I I i iidrTMjjni'd liming leard one of the I The Democratic parly has always cherished j j I acrimonious ; and at 1 isf, at' tho numsnt of his seven hundred banks, as if by one impulse, : shortly fect models for the artillery. per
l .
cf lte Liie Mediciir. aUo be had Ifharf Piff.lcd l from the head of the Government, violated their charters by suspending specie
j,,, may /IanIlrtiiM- and latriy! Imy I the maxim, and acted upon the principle! departure } A Topographical Engineers has
lhorughutt Ike Pril.IpaI Illited ) III every tUII l'H 1 r*. J. V N. I Is mini) fco.i it a -I.arc of pjtroii-I that no more trior0v shall be collected from i the recognition of the independence of Texas, payments, and by that means locked up in corps composed of
ttIvi bee organized,
atjd tI4 experienced
Au r CUIJdU.1 lrn lit theUCCCIVIIII.'t 1 added to the previous interruption of diplomalic -, their vaults, and withheld from public uses ina
tie lure r' l'"e I'jli and Pnenix 1'.tir ; Ulid Rtisiiie. I the people, than is strictly required by the and able officers, who have been actively
ii Ibn a *IIUlieeIW | of .Iohn Muffit's igiiiure i : rorwanliiiK: wants of the Government, and a restriction ofi intercourse, had produced a feeliag on' legal currency, more than twenly.seven and usefully occupied. Extensive
Upu Ofe4cl1"IL"0 botle of ;,t TAFP & AhixANini: the of the Government and people of millions accumulated the regions
PI. In.r or b..x ol economical administration part revenue, property
SiS i thes3 to a simple, of have for the first time been
J Port L.emn,1.Ils\jmra 1 10 country surveyed
embittered, as seemingly to render.: of ihe
Mexico people.
consistent withi *
1'&IUIb'C of its nlLirs-the only policy Western and
lleJjCjiH' Northern frontiers
are forILANDOLrII sale iy I j CAUTIO.V.j hostilities almost inevitable. Jn the midst of)i The Administration, under the direction of ,
Th8 t LliWIS, all I ihe ltmd l lj the purity our Republican system. explored, the country between Mississippi
j rHlHF Su Lunlctavin juirc-hni'i-d difficulties attended the Mr. Van Buren the
28 Democratic has always from these as they were, by and in strict obedience to
The party and Miassuri examined and elaborately
Laod C.rnpaiiy carefully
B the
on ApaUcl.irola
----- j domestic embarrassments the
which laws of the land refused
to recognise
30 Dollar RetiTiii. -- i'uichapc, tlo liurehfuihid all and every |pt.t.ii first to last, arrayed itself in stern and index- widespread laid down, moro than three hundred

I[ from rutt'iiff: any ofnch Timber on aid pjrc'ia" iblo opposition lo a national debt, incurred for a disordered currency had produced, the disturbances \! notes of these suspended institutions as !legal points of latitude, settled and our knowledge

IUNAWAy from titPlantation ,1!f| The Timber io purloined thai) be fcizrd, and tlc other than the immediate defenceof in Canada occurred, to awaken the currency, though he was menaced, in various of the vast of the Western
purpose regions
in Ga the honor country Measurs in
k Two Negro Boys, of ihe i'gent. JOHN R. LLO\ 1). lor of the Executive. A civil war raged in a vailed, with coercion, uolence, and blood greatly enlarged. a high degree
named JW.. Ill WIN. furnishing the ready meahs extravagant r.dvantugeous to our trade in the
George tnd William. Georfj < may I 40 quarter
the violated his '.h and followed
population each shed unless he oa
1 neighboring country ; on ,
rfc left on Sunday morning lbt, *u about \\h tEi- The Ap.ilachicola, Garettu will give the prodigality, forming the basis of a great paper have been pursued without neglecting any of
fB side of the boundary was dangerously' excited the lead of the banks in setting the law aide,
bill tolln e.TALLAIIASSKC
taKI,4, YCarsof.ge, etoutmade.ratlier, n downnd -. nl WbCII ''>okcn lo, fidd> wilh Jli" M hand EXCIIANGE. terity.as a penalty for the prodigality of their angry collisions constantly anticipated, and fiance. Fortunately for the cause of morality .
of eUUIonftd lo W'lUrtey.aBd had ,,lcnljHi fricnduM. In unqualified and moro annce occurring, were readily im. and justice, the permanent interests of the .
IIiSuUr.nber his thanks to his ancestors. opposition, Tbe has been In laborous.
fill army engaged
WilUrn litl b towcd tin the establishment of a puted to a want of good faith, or settled pur. people, and the sanctity of the laws, Mr. Van
>00 25 tcarf of age nix feet highltu for the liberal patronage upon uncompromising, to and constant service. Not the least these
,' La..a k0* bends back when standing erect etjblifihinenl, and informa them that lie Ia rtil! National Bank, as alike unconstitutional, in. po es of hostility; and a rare union of prudence Buren resisted these threats, and disregarded has been the
removal of the Indian tribes
- *el! piea,1 "n'enance and reada and writci: | i.pared lo terve all thoao who call upon him with and dangerous to public liberty; and firmness, forbearance and resolution these clamors, although State after Slate ,
who had
' it U cuppou] he uifi make for North Car. the beat the market aflordc. Iti lible u well expedient of this gigantic instru.ment.of : was required to prevent those conse. whirled around on its orbit, and deserted for. pared with their land in thai East
provided ami tho bar stored with the choiccbt and as the antagonist and were bound by treaty stipulations to remove
I wifl confer quences, which'io every aspect, threatened a the moment, the banner of Democracy. He
whoso to
thiN $25 for each, if secured so I cm gel L Wines and Liquors. Teraona can be accommodaled corruption, power ; West of the Mississippi river, .to th
h111thI VMIOibl. ehrg paid for their deA .. at all noun wIth meala, and *t the benefit bears no proportion to its means.of fierce and prolonged war. While yet this reposed on "tbe sober second thought of tha number of thirty. six thousand Jq &. ItJs

or to ni. in Tallahassee.prl borlcat notice. IU respectfully aoliciU a eontlu- inflicting injuries, it advocate a separation of tojrm of paasiooa on the Northern frontier people and the event justified his reliance I remarkable ttat in th ? & '

R.K. WEST. hind of public favor eoncerosvtrf Government from the remained unsubdued, .the occurrence oa the on their.intelligence and integrity. gn jbcrid)
11 the focal cfe U b loujsd of
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: Afteity ; nor.except\n\ tbatpf some Semi- t free exercise of the privilege speech, and the ]! every stage of demonstration. VYo need only made by the bank eratorato "i nw ths honor 1 1of lull coerced. It is their interest to protract the usstn ot these peopbafter&a I

: notes, who were waJn war with our people just complaints of the people-measures point j out the leading facts, and we begin with Florida"_to rtdtem her plighted faW 1 such resumption. Give them a stay or re- posnre T Other nnWatements in tl

I when Mr. Van Buren entered upon the GoTernraent which were followed up by standing armies, l the latest and most remarkable. When Mr -not to impair obligation of coi&tracts" I j lid law, and the arguments of public convenieoce of similar character, could be p.. '
: ia there one act of severity that S overawe in the excrciso of their sutfcrages.
could hare been ayytded or one drop of blood These, and other manifestations of their designs i important principle relative to the protection Siate, and cast obloquy on her name,"-and justify new loans, and (he extension of those versally laughed at-th game is i't''

*oneceaaaxfly abed. A proper consicenuion roused the people to defence ; they of slave property, -ere brought up for adoption one bank advocate, at the conclusion of an already made to their stockholders and favor. the caudle. As might be expected f,

r for their situation, eommtseration for their rose ia their irreetible might be the edifice of every Wnig Senator from'tbe North, but harrangue of some hours, in this strain, was ites, and the grievous plague spol on the body putative father, the reply is a missrM

misfortunes, and regard for the character of I Federal power fell prostrate before them. one, refused to vote on them, while every so far wrought upon by his exuberant zeal of this community, will remain unhealed for distorted rickety abortion.

the country, bar guided in the execution of From this period,systematic political con. Administration Senator present supported and* overflowing patriotism, as to exclaim intones j years.

I the lawa of the Indian treaties, by which their lets have been carried on between the two I them, and those-who were absent, hare since of fervid eloquence, that he would be I FitrtlzerSuchlawuwazproposedatthe [We trust the .

tide to oearfy nineteen millions of acres of great parties of the country, the marked char come forward through the press, and avowed satisfied when he died, to have as an epitaph: 1 j last session, gives the Banks a decided ad. misstatement above aft*!*}

Und has been extinguished. Their removal acteristics in each and all having been, confidence I their approbation of them. Did the* Whigs "Here lies one who taught to gore the honor I| vantage over the individual creditor plaintiff towasnotmadejtj,5. How( Brt|<

*a h the case of the Cherokees, while it has in the honesty and intelligence of the i refuse to vote for this most necessary security and redeem plighted Ikith of Florida." in Florida. Bound already by law to take take could hare occurred ia the matter ,*

opened a vat extent of country to the enter people and their capacity for self-government 1 1on to Southern property because they were More recently, the President of the Union their own bills ia payments of executions cannot conceive. It behoores the aoiol,

prise and industry of our fellow citizens place the one side and distrust on the other ; a Abojhioi.isis: or because they felt it necessary : ]Bark, ia articles published over his own stg- they may hold against citizens, they cannot the reply, a* they regard their of

ed the red m.-n beyond the reach of those in. desire for an extcnsio-i of the elective franchise I to yield to the power of the anti-slavery prin.ii j nature in the newspapers, hits not hesitated to l le prejudiced by such law. It cannot effect veracity and candor and fcirnew repuiatioo for

flgencef which were gradually destroying to every free citize i of the country, on
V tl'eu. ad) establishes them ii: a hti'ne where I r.c <> .csiJv% iiia! for its: abridgement: bv probrty 1 In the House 01 Representatives, a similar j S I validity of the laith bonds ns "IXFAMOBS." While other creditors can be deferred and regret exposure ofiha

they rosy become pr* prou* a::d 1: ippv. At qualifications.' ajd o'her restrictions; : i io scene was enacted but a little time before. Il J Jxvill In an editorial of the Star admitted to have postponed for a year under such law, they misstatement, for the credit of the country

the IK' true tin? nvst liberal -.. > >r4 ri i 4 i the other; n stnivnl* fi'r p-ipular; equality not be denied that the struggle between: |11: been "communicated" by him, some weeks can proceed with their execution, and collect It is a bad business; if mch means are retorted

i has been giyqn to the iwncvo.lv. t ft i cv ;rn o the! ie side, aid for peculiar si'td inunop. l the Smith and the anti-slavery principle i.i (hut; < M.ice, and in the reply ot the Directnrs of the al that i It due them forthwith. to by all the decency, what is to be

; S'v& to h;):. d .'no i' 'zi t. !; ; uI 4.zi!: g righis, corporate and private, o.i the House, has been 0:1: the disposition: of jietilio..s !U IOP Bai.k to the reports of the Legislative The chief effect-the principle object of peeled of the vulger Loco Foe* ex

thr ff* j. xi .ma o tr;.. i: !i tlij'l* i t... *ya i for popular sov. ;for the abolition; of" slavery ii; the fnslriot! of i Committee?, similar language; is employed, such slay or relief late, would be to coerce their example? It b a shameful oo

; .- ir : ri r ., J.;. 4C.tL'e 4 i>igty, 'i.i the ;..f sio. a..d; fur a Jover.i. (Columbia a'.d the Territori-sa\d: o! liie trans-; j and kiadred denunciations repeated. individual creditors to receive bank bills instead bustncu.1]

Ii'i.1 .illi .let' .. : !):; ..Ltit:4.lI iij-: ..t c ). .nrolii by fax"red i .terc-s'.s aiid I Jerrig of slave pru.eny| 1 from Sl.i'.e to Sttr: ; j jtliat It i jq flIt lily purpose to criticise such course.I of specie-to give them a forced, fie- For the Floridnn.

I (_:rI. j.I.# IgiL I' 4 tn t i ni -'r \jicj;. J cl.isxt-s ii t..<- (!ther. These I tlie S.nith h<.ve Co tte.alrd; thai the subject will not question)! the refined propriety-the titious value and credit, and aid the Banks in VIVE LA DAOATELLZ.

:( 11 t .i.; :h I Co-.JfSls liav al! j b.'t:. .' lit to the polls (ifccctii. j was lieyoiid I lie j insdicti :i of Co-'gress (i exquisite taste or superlative nvrlesty and: de- keeping a great amount ufloat, and in putting Mr. EDITOR : A .meeting! of the Un

<.ur *-? no jrt'Cautio s ] ( b c zlcckJ ( : u.d, i i-\ i.Ini..st a necessary cose-: ;a..d the Alit.ii'! : > isis tint it was not; th.it then eurism therein displayed. I allude to the I'tT the period of resumption to n still more Bank stockholders! ,debtors and partisans, wu TX

i, prs"i for ihetir-ij sec of tis! imporr.f -' que..ce, !i-ive nr.t ;,ry! an c -trc u .if.rniiJy i iCl S-iiilh have n seried that pi-titioa.*, urging J jf.icls, above stated, oaly: to sh-w that the Bank distant diy. drummed up and held at the Adefphi on U .

r.f a .d extu si 'o fri tivr. s.cih4f : i sj, .i'ji t*it' V1-i'.l lllt'14.-:Si.*' I'SVX.MO < f* of tllti pop. I Itil Co res3 lo ;.ct o-i n SUIIi't 1 bvyod Iheir ju. |p.iryzt'refoforc; have been sedulous* ii: claim. I Hence, Mr. Editor, is it, that these institu.tions 23,1 inst. A Stockholder of the Union Bai.fc

f-c: i4-'j' &:it'', .i. *l i i- li--i : r.i,:i-ily! c.ir- trover :!: uiistocn.uc: prtcIpe.L'iI. :; i risoictiifi: ought not to be coiif-idert-d; while jrag i i lor themselves! exclnsirely the part: of de- I not the People, desire a stay law or relief presided end the Bank editor acted as scribe

: i i.j: iio eivajyi. us v* !! vifecl.j tily protect' Prs.'l ..i.il es c i i HI ti.e period to i ti.e; Abi>lii; lists', denvL'g their premies, have: j I i ire leaders ol the A.o/jor" and credit" of Florid law. Jhnce, is it, that their whippersii and another Storkholder, Alexander, the De!

our fe'hjw cit.zcns i.i tli.t quarter fron: all d.ia- \\bicli: we Inve n-f.-rreil, proved ilia: : 1uit; ;srs.: \ >i: t'-ii thdr conclusion. Will it be said! t1ii t i .i-of protectors of the obligation of con : their sergeants orderly and disorderly, are liverer, not of Russia or of Macedon, but of
g. r ( c t !'jcicriiic pri'icij-lfi; was not tobt: co laded by i the | rty which voe against: the South, aSlSlL.I /tracts"-of champions; ot lighted faith"ind running up and down the country, holding Florida proposed certain resolutions! coia-

From tie! peculiar circumt.iccs grsri ingoitoftlje th? !f.ra: .d distinct]
: i.sijrn-cti i it Ca.idd.t, the iliTc'ilf: : ; \\i.i:! ut a r.ze J 2I1i! d! ii!; ; '
avd 'Iflir-ate! task was iini>oscd o.& the \Var reverse ti.ir xuti'j; ui.d toiiaiiby iirec-!! I I 11 i the last Co igivss. a 1h'ner.lic member 1hIiwi:1: extracts from the editorial; most thorough going; Rankitcs. are "for riding well enough. A certain merchant, Mr.Broom,

Dr'kiitne..t: of t prcscr i.ig the pc-ar a.sdmiiutiiiii. ti-i.i, ur iVa-iJ, ur l : i.vry. IT Jo.-ce. u-t: I i. it ifiil'd i rom Nir Hampshire! (.Mr.I Athcrio: ). prop of the U.n.k priss ia this city, (most probably: I n a rail, or tarring and feathering any one wanted some of more sleeping character.. Sand

..: the g> f ifam f ;5i j coitry > I to secjre i.i tin iye i tlvl.l 'f J' 'J;> :'.:i ] -i-J:, a series ot' lles. l'ii.j' >s as a rule cf the written by the Pni i
amidst alt the esc.tcnic .t which cvs'cd; OD i discusvsi'j i. lli-.ce: t.o leartul n..d l tr\iig I i 11 ti i.g ;t c :ter.it i ) to t1 Sc Peti. I oJ the LJaak), u\iibit! that course in a htc meeting: at the Adelphi, one of the Bank dence ii: the Union B.ink, and would tike hs

I the Norllien fro Jtier. Foruiiely! : : tor the co ;truversy forth:: Preside..cy 1 l-jtween )ir.J ,1 Iio.is.o.! LIlt C\J.T J. gixi'i.id Jliat! (.Vngre-'s huJ .strikLg !ligjjt : drummers, an ex-merchaut, ex.plante.ymd an I notes at par-and made a very fimntire

country the exerliiis of Gjver..nc-.t v.vr.? 'iflrsii: a.i.l :.Mr.i IVirr, i.i t'.o I llon I -. j >{ f 1.0 J'J i'Jic..i nfTSit! .li'j' Ct. TK'; .J Rs'sMu.: rio-ii the -ir.of .May II. ex representative, declared a motion to that speech on the subject. Some of t'e meeting

; successful, and our t eturul l !ig'iti.>::s were 1 iJ.ej.r.->..vitativt-- 1:01.I Tne j ;. ;j ) (>l"nJtii'j | H.>..s were >:iju.rted; ;.luiost u.ta im-'J-Iy! byI. "Tin- .?>teiii o! *,jftie |>a\ing l l'3'k., of.in ntro: effect, was rather too "revolutionary" for his choked at this proposition. One or two loco,

1 mainuiced i-.i\iolate ; at u liuu', tj >. viioi pe.>,ikas e\jt. -s-oJ !Ii/ the p.p.il -r I ;I.j NO; I' rl. Ltt.itKrats, a J! o;>n .,ezI aluv,Mn -i;'... lc i all delicate stomach-but (elected Senator) hew foco-s. we learn, had strayed b: -but it passeL
the exigencies of the service -q'iirt-d tht 1 vote W olTr/uU I or 'io: the Noniien Whi '!'; \ vi ry pu.iy in lirort -lint any aUi--npl to carry :t
.S .or a imter: q-ie :; < i :a ino.isly by; : s. .e ill, I doubt not, soon: Le able to swallow The merchants understand very well how to
prcse :ce of the grt-ater porlin > of U'., to all iniiicr concrrn ill<
\ army in the South, and oa the Woter.i fro.s. j thanpri iri.icto: o .C of thu' et.-J: 1..' .'p i of list"Ui I liw," by the .!.-eit I biiy of tiie l.l, fo. o% if the Bitu'\5, p-uil ti 'ei-K, tlic people iy be to fnci a physician to adnibicter such medicir.e their goods, to make up for the forty per cent

t tier. Si .In: ? D.n;,eV''ic lickzt ih-j rusiin'e! ": 1 N >nh'-ri( \\"lig) : :>rt-j-s. A lew SuIIirahis IUJ! JMV 9)s( -< je. and we snu a lurdur- to the bco IMCOS. depreciation on the Un'nn Bar.k bill*. One

i Tije expo-jJitiirca of tliis D.'p.mmnt dur'lDg : <".i:j5cr; ,'> becam'ih..t : T tho :I
the fire; \earofMr.! \.ii Ua.-c:f'sadiuiiitr.itiu -:- ] Fe.er: l pnJy, h tb ir till.n i :<> \fri"---v li! .. i not: stroc; .isfi. Weli, :at the prese.it ses- i IS a .vrtaia rxli-nt ; ti"! procoi.ii ion as advanced.cMilariis on the .- core of r(, .&.iste.iey. How can they who demanded specie should !b. tarred and

.j, were liryond his coutrcd.: Mcj urcshajlxx.i fi-ctio'iai.d! !) inake that m.:., Pn iu-- t 'i tai> j so.; ., a Si ::1!!; r. Whig moved a n-sol.ilbi, : .., 'ill <>a f com fjl.jcy.in tl.c Tncrc riini.try.is U'ir nut.c.iti u c it w!r ( prjecte'l. aid uvre partly etecut- j Kep'jie! whom, frii: a *!..k .-; ci>?>i:<''unr) < thatn''t '.icii: IHJ rejectcii. '
j/ctitu.is pere.iiptonly 1 in.-i-VlliK d f r.reJeisioiis und Deliverer
i-re. lij >-jt'* 'f lie l b ink< or lln |' I'p'e, e. : protessi'i.ts being the sijsl; cuud' the obiig.itio'is incurred by the the pe :jil j bad i..te.-'jt-J tu nuke V.co Pfeido It w..- x..trd i'.ir bv every rf ,IUIKTI| : in i::. n.d ta; fir.jijffl of |Isultifig ttc; litrJ currency sv'- true conservators of the puMic! hor.or and S quite yet. Mr. Broom's CC

; D-pirmeit! : involving lic.ivy ev'| :diur: .> t.Tne: i j> cet, t.iH-o! 'thi-, who thought ittcostro'-j;. eli in s.ps. 4 1 IHM. wiiuld; rn I in a d'-lrr'iuiiit oniiil credit. These stay and relief hxvs hnve ever pee-h is promid in flee Stir next sweeping week.
I ha>l tu bu CMinVifliUi.: or iiic l.nih; nftii : !ims!: of an i :J.UTO s will >-.ot jpnui i: anenunrTati.i t l.: c.y; N..jlcri; : W.ig| but o.ie: (:Mr.! Pr.tflii, ti> j.jy .it al! ; tis-le.. l "t liatM.r .1 ard i-ii'f. nv.c i Ucu: co-.sidcred as the olF-pri of th j i More than one of the Committee of a
5 ,4is! ii daxc i. '>:!'. 'i li-n ''rIIi': MS > ft"j ig most; Corr'i.
Gov rin ent \iui.-ttd. EJCI! sjccccdri y ..rha : i of t.e! i .- ; '. iv, sr .'<.' :n. in. of I .LI i i...-.) vi uc5i a,_ ..i ,>t t. It t.n; N >r hcr.i LL .1 t e C'e I li vi.if f-
) ?, h'jwevcr, brought with i ii .1 C"2-1 I Jr.: .! lrfv zr.Je! 4> 14' ai> )vc- :.:( ;i ... i i v tiC: I inn aristocto Dk.iiocrats bad voted as the Whigs riti: ci"-ii u.ljri C' ij'jti! a< a-c nvv ki vx'ii t., exit.ur" Tliev an; liie very nadir cf U'gssl.trive furpij 1 at the m-ethrr. as I am i :fjrmod, and Ji>! not

: ii would h.tve been defeatd by alar I .<:,j .> u tic fiu..t'v. c. -i.lr.' wti! iu-t uj'millill j tudf: a . lljy i'.crcas'i of >hc iniiitiiry, e.-l. l' i>;i: io t. v i'l' l h> ki'.dr.-.l fii'-.i :s. S itiice .1 fr our e in :ij-jrity. Those of the DenncruticI'uity UH.'IH I-JH? IP 111 i' !y.Js.ss! i>J If! IT tli' :t.f.: d"! ll.f ;jlory.vrs i eti *
: was
but for pnMic h"m'
Coventry i--r re1 i 1 m > -? &n-t ki.r&nzf. they
i-.iw r ii.ij-i if. : ) im s rv iur t.jtr i.g f |} < i a- -
arI ti." ht-"y t'xpe.isc .-te'di j the i>xtT.it.o: :: 4.re-x..i nurji.isc: it wtI be to n-f rt.: p-j>sag.'s xviiotlcfiincd to siistui.i: the reoolntio- r I..f... in |.jy.9 An .iili-iii-I ; !'' juy .n f j>.* i- w's tl 1 la't: !husaud MU I ins.ijhtive < -fr' isv J f vv ill get cut nf r-v:'". and 1m P- no weight ier

of the Chcrorttc aid: other Inditn: treaties in llio hs': .>rv (j thC cK-ct.o-i ofth'i' pc'tjuls} ] ', i i s v iit! a \vry few exceptions, declared; that thN I ')>; Jli jtC! Kit Jl: I II.l, J>--l.l:;!. (Jiiti r liic JT.r. I :mi rial I iw, of ;i-ir or.e cannot ai.le! ich do.

: ihc cxj ctstfS of 1633vcre ix'-l'ictdono mil the! pr.riitic: Siau s ol I'e'iusvlv.niaand! Xw wisited for a rule like that of Atherto's r.'50- j i CttUs.pt.flrS L.5i;. CJJt'v, I 1e ,;, 'a-; jpla i .ie and! HoiiAriaci.ks; of the Ba.k j eeption and imposition.: K pLt'Eiacs rcr.

lio-i of tlollirs; those of 1S3J nc.r1Iur; Ji-r
S : millions, sun a further redirn.: n j i.i; IS 10( of, developed! to she atoi.sied! view ofour \oung question of reception, should refuse all consid. .ii n g u i iJ it .a>iini i.c '& 'laio-rd. Such j p yKienU .- ]| jitical \ inuc-(.ts it is now &' interest oftiieB.IIIk.4) pi j [From the 3IusTdr. uzi (Qhh\ YaJley.'l

at least: thrt-n mill):>:.s n co..ll k..:lv anticiiit| c Jjtrv. Toey: sulliu enily sn' v th; i tfxxhich craluj.n to those on the ground: 01; wi r j nt-vcr c nlimpla'ed. vvin Ccstjwl< t fviddi ? t HARRISON AND HIS GUARDIANS! o
petJior.s | were n-.jdr, and li>i-y wi.! i.o', to any exlt-il. i be j ) it.: : 1:> C'lnderm iiK.ch !ejrislati -
ed. : guve; rise t to tinrolte-t 1.L bt- want of jurisdiction. The Whigs! nude noj j j>rrf.,nicd. If tie! tre.I.t.r untj'-ri'ik'-- jo-'p-c, | -..:. I fit cannot; !fe justfo'l." it will !*- I An unsupprespiUc feeling of i-uiath! -) t
l't>r have the i't'.crcits ceJ Sensible that it i is c\c-rci aid is cf tiie ? de.of if nee-.**.!* and r rM..- ttay laics *o c-mi'iina- *
; r f'jrjjutton. one sr.g as a p-ity a -ii .. t all restrictions: whatever ; held by the Jew brokers hi L.IIO! soifar Ohio at tie: pittifil iinatbe federal leaders
j ; :>, even
li' 'iit ; of rteh's al!
lit- v.se.l'ni
i i- et
irev by
: equally indispensable to the protect n tit'c : 1r ucces the in .dern .VIig: and urgoi! ;precisely the- s-utnc objection* etu-iii fo j srve on j iis or the ihtt-rnr.ti: >,i Oi" as to sug! i-st a iloulrf of tSuiraiitliv: II h \; are f-Iiyin ofT upon honet m*'n xvrh their

I. : innicrc.., and the lnv.ior of the country: ; that: : to the rule of! the la
it constitutes the right ann 441 f the i.atui.: ji (Concludfil ucilicrtI;.) they wciit! fi.r fulrilli.ig liiu dcn.atjds off e.t3 iuve t ij-ri u l'''.-.-d i.p 'n tlie pc-iplc ol o'IIPT bitiola't. oMi a.'i-jiis m ulc- with our ow:, l lI oM mia groan h th" sp-rit to j-/ o-it. unknown

nil AMPiiifivc operations; that i ilia otic of the I.rtflhl u.r (!..ar i-ft in M rrur.CKX. the abolitionists! -tliev wesit lor the most ui. i I !.i it< -, a--i! :.ti er>:ty in _\ tlru B .lie pi- .>>! t .s inii.jr !I ci'izcs--to: po.-tpo nr dei.uJ tlirm. i is ri< '.: |' -imonjr the nns'v'uVicnted, straight up and t tt
S : nan 4&sruneI.t&i? ) (for exuding siii fi\ci': :i t'r him'.cd discusMon.: They contended for the !\ un<>& iitfP. 'i'ii.'V i.rc u1 vty ti* Its tl-p't-r-itnl ;'and ; }| -'own farmers of Oliio. loth! vhigi and demo-
HARRISON AND ABOLITION. 15 rit'sr..ly wron/ un-i can oii'y' l tie excused uuilcr proper. Ar.yeKjvdie.Juhich; duot!
insults: and rclributing for wro.ig?; a.id that! liberty of debating; and reporting on; the neti- alT-jct Tat*, ar.tl hear clfmequivocally! condero-
Leaving' the Whig candidate for the Presidency (Ihe aUuiip' i.lt.a i f i.e. e-y.! i j injiirioii' the nnks, however bi.vsti ig I Ii.i
under the circumstances i is it likely to be where we have shown beyond the possibility tio..s i ii: short, for assuming) a jurisdiction j Fr-ua tic siur. of Msy 21. j their eifects upon the cn-ilit aid character I ned! for this contemptible piece of clap trap,

perverted to the stdbhs'.iinei.t of de p itic | of fair de.iiil that be h;is placed himsHf over the eubj.-ct ol slavery. So far their position { "The rcfumi lo jjive; upocin in .ayu-C.t of Ji bts | of the people, can be resor'td! to |ly them of which he i is uiItv.
S power, Mr. Van Buren has equally given: it a Southern man xvith Northern : was identified with that of the Abolitioni.Js | 'h riljf r<- contra-tril l b> tlic prop of tbs: TcrriJ j J I will agai-i: resume this -ubjvct. Let htm com into Morgan County, for ia-
Jih fostering care, and sedulous attention. principles tury can nily be jtisl t/i'd nil tingrouin!. tliit tiiey him
S -and again we a k, was it because | stance-let co out among hi* friends-
the land of SCCIDEM.j
recreant to birth .
a -a ner -r conlra .tcJ Isi tn-ll k.' sni h piymcnt*. ;bat !
Under his admiaistratioa a constant: gradual th y xvere themselves of that party, or only those xvho are whi s of honest motive?, and
warm sympathizer with tlieanti-slavery movements ilicii con'racli niT lunk 'ii in pc.e p.v HCI.I ; ;
increase of the materials for the construe: of the age-a latitndi'.iarian in his construction that they felt compelled to subserve the lhal llit-y! diJ not ncrivc >|iecie vaue! uadi-r j Forth- r.-i .l'. who coifid" in the professions of sincerity of

Zion and armament of ships and the improvernent of the Constitution on that: point on w i iiics ai.d designs of the fanatics ? Choose llirin, and ar<- n*,l iSicrut'orf b.liri b-.s ben cnl- their leaders-nnd he will soon be convinced e

of navy yards, to the amount of several which the existence of the South in the they which they please. luinnr. or ju.l.re; LI> pty in niriii*. Tlial w (-ri i led to a ponio-j; of i.e evrlaji! t gy! f.mrr.iinduciio 1 that they will not vote fir a nnn for the
millions in value has occured the number very coiilracl.iire : chief officer of
; ihnr who will Dot
-- ---S.-- S of i.I Republic,
Union idso.i strict cong'.ructio'i leaxiu ( i I he Directors itt the Uio.
depe : tai.iJnrd ol'jt.tp, auu t sty s1is.t l li. rvf'ire c "i i
of ships has been ic.card; some of thew j.on j.him to bis horror sf being accused of favorng COMM U.'V C.U1'1OS. hue to L-o bo, wlitJi lic! -e lonlrjcl.yitro irxr ulcJ j; l B i .k. >trivi" to reply; to thy rs-ports of ti e corn out irtnVppr-o'eriilv and tell them urostrhai

the stocks have been brought neirer to j slavery, and his !NiiifVoIe.it sche.ne of redeeming For ill" P.II idian. It seems these sicklera: fur the established L"gt.i itive ('ominitcc5.: -\pos-. the couij : principles he intends to administer the

completion: the most perscrvenng eflVts are j'jnujung the North American fiui from the sight of 44 III n'iT ii thr tulijtit of D y slury.'' order ol things-these oppoae its of all experiine'ils j ti'):j of that B.i..k ; ;ii>d I discovt-r ii; that re. affairs of their gorcrnment, if they bestow

to revive ai lav igoraic the disciili; of ;i a hlave, we turn to see w hat there is 1.1 the Mr. EDITOR : When a thi.- c.i.vtc for the I Iclcction -ha\e changed their tune. j ply, o.-.e of the dirtiest parti/ tricks one ot upoi him their votes.

jhe navy and to remedy, us far us possibl.:, j'; siraice tli.il he i is in the hands of friends of Dflegatca to the Co.sittlional:: : : What has become of the sei.MJivenes;* of the most barefaced atfnnpN at dfcepticfli' We were H th.; country last Friday andSiturdav.

that of seaman, which has become ]j'' 'Unit the Co i ive.itio i which noim.iated (Jei.; ( 'onvention! ai.d i.i that Cot e.ti'n, snine ol j1tiie the l-adera of this [part\ for the honor" tii it could be rfsortrd l to by the most Corrupt We were at political gathering;
so parcut, by carryi.ig ir.o: elTect a sve'ipfppvaiccsiip where there were not less than two hundred
(| I H.irrUoi I; : were a patriotic and wise corgrcgn.: I Democratic party dan-d I to di-'cnss the reputati.fl1, "credit, -fame, or "faith, and degraded poli'.irvl facion.:
which, it expected, will j ji lion on xvhosc rh-iice! we m ty rely with per- j constitutional) validity and! binding obligation: jtof LII MonJaatid her people ? The Reply nays, (in s; eaki ;g of the organ. xvbigs and democrats, of Hmokfield, Olive,
( C. T rces S'5u; K' c 'crv deficerAll : Noble, Manchester and Jackson
)\ 1
[ i'ccl confidence: thai iticv would! not betray the the Tcrriiorial faith boids: issued tor the Whence has; lied their nice: scruples; ato Ic ) : townships,
S thii h-s l ljec:1 done xv iih'jut iaCesi'.g: : tlio ;:|p. i iprc. assembled. The fact of Harrison having
ri io-.is: for th& .ubrJrt; ; of ihe aav.il ser-i I\ interests of the S--'Jlh. It is not, indeed: of benefit of cenaiti corporations, zion the tcholc violating rested rights, or impairing the j A later act (in 152i) empowered the inhauitants been placed under the guardianship and
', nnch: import; what Gen. Harrison! llii -ks-je! people of Florida,-when they ventured to obligation of contracts ? q-nlitied to vi.te ctit I
\;ceo'i' iil'fciandifig .i.e s-ddiJi'in: of the Gxplori : to o=e all their ,control of a select committee of three from now
is truly t-i the Ii.udof his frieisd-htjt w hou that the mere municipal Can any intellige.it citizen reflect upon j jcitilaiid oLlici'rs.
S suggest corporation : military those
% : officers ai.d except theji li'il after the election
p li'Cpt-djJio.!, waose cr wsjtru | was made known to all.
e ? L'-t a few : facts Il led the "Territorial I these thi aid retain the least confidence i
ja.itd And suUsit"d from tie tir.ds:: 'it'the they string speak. or institute: st\ government .gs j appoimineiit of whom had been: expressly reserved The bare correspondence of the committee,
will .not be denied that (;t.ii. I Harrison I was oi'FIorida," was not a governmcM: of liio!, i.i the sincerity or huiieMy uf the professions to th President aid Senate.
C) thft t i rcductio. i J ; This1| which
n.ivx'. cotr! vy, a grtdu:1 no one disputes to be genuine, when
the nominee of the Northern Whigs cxtlusitlv and that the attributes of of: this party ?
list-k: : 'T Lce ice,: ii.c- ye.r 1537, arni.i.tt- Pt-'iplc, sovereignty, ;j act, also, enlarged the Legislative Council, b- j i shon them, vas enough, without a word of
I -that he was voted agiii: :i't i ii the Con- to lIe of hi the What has causc.l this change of feelitig !
i.idi-pensablc tdig the
i rj to rsarlv ? T.ill: :''". <-l dnl5 rs, \vi i.i. tli<- power authorizing of three members. 1| 1 1i comment. True, it was a theme ot ridicule
xis.'i-M all the Southern Delegate : and such bonds had of opi.iiua-of doctrine and ot policy b\ (hem?
by ; vxholi* people by ) not (been I bestow t i i Other acts have further the
g i' in <1irit!> -.. i .enasjd..carciiv nngmeiiteJ: nunsj ; ;among the dm.crats-but with the whigs
S .t:.t his triumph; x.i as a srf ajd: ii.iivers.il, : : ed upon i: by the People, w hju alme were Permit me, %ir. Editor, to present to You. I It her of this Ixxlv ar.tl of date *
flt fj :rlrer (J t I i c-- ';Ifli..isj j ; o-ic, recent has ; I but one did we find or one did we hear of
!j ,-iuic..tio-i: to the wholo S- 'ilher.i Whig conspetcnt: to sucli i ivi-stiure: ; the men; moot51iiijr v.exv i,t f this disgusting: degradiiij, huiiulia! j jn authorized the addili. of Senate
f\-r &3 rer.jxi g r 'i. r : rr.rr t s"- a to who pn.-ter.ded to farm an excuse for lIar.r.or' -
: rtv.: It tho Noithcra, Whi-r i ..flue.sceI h 'I picture, Irum a l.a \t laeii it Cults
p.!: xvas tliBniiestion( of validity was de ..nu.cd bv >g Iit.o.I j j| L' Ltiturc-we&1:: snll fur'her '
$51 ofer-u.u to assimilate i
S < l. : tin.- jct.ircc That
vice. O *
It t.ot c: ni.i: H j i mail was always a mast malignant
I .tu..<-, therefor, that mtd hull tin? c.i.cH.it: lie: i Hi: I k partisans as a cli-lmiu.r.iblf! :ud: Ha"I'ioiis : andices are plan.ly exposed. The why the Territori-il i.f Florida -
i''ii ltd i government to the San
: coii'.try pro'cn ctcrvqe2.Z i icoii federal partizan, and to clap the climax
S sf'j.jq -Jo th-jin .lo .f, tlicrefoie tarnish the! a-id the uhcreiuic lor their course L dis.covered. .
;p.triy are vie to rej-ul-itin: can <: uf
attempt fItlrida utions
,, : thn several SiaU-s of
(L T %vl.-1 :,.J fiotce i i. i req-iired i ::.ut >. t the Unb.i i Abolitionists.
lo 1'if.k l ltir tl.y in >::vi- a.d: i .liue th violate tin .
.ces it lo ir ,
jgjvcrned lighted faith. .
have I lately s rftbc rius-S i.dinuvhy, v.i.h which, t.i: its org ir.tzatioa: it now close! j There are hundreds of good men of the
tne vii >ice. Why was (Jen. liarnv ;i tint to bring reprvach. a::<] Ciixi ignoi.iiny'' It i* the carJn.I; Ji-ctri.ic of the Ilai.k resembles.
5j its five .iU.idrs-J suif.uL'icIy; r i roach-d ly whig xvho if K ok d tills matter
p-.rty they at
5- >.j tie: ca.; did.ite i i prefjr-.cj to .Mr.! Clay ? !ICvrt.ti.lv and disgrace ihc.name. of her citizens." I PSome artv, that the ho ;or uid the reput.tio of "Ii
with th? ex un/ic ftiic tlni.ed State. i.i this upon tlio progress of tiS3! law, several l loises i-i: its true !ight, viithout the prejudice
I j i.ot for s'lpon ir abiiiti.s; -it would apology! tor sutb co-arse in ght! perlnpy Florida, tho u chars of her ci.izj .s, a..d ihe hive wccurred of
soru: :? which t tii that eiiher will
particular. the !i In i.is.v.ily: to compare; I tl.cin. Ceitui 1 ly i.otftr !>.. il)u.d: i i the i..ab.hty of tiie 1J4..k advocates lotlarwiseto :. rr ojthc Hanks, mean the same tii! g. !lI ; the acts ab-ive q-ir.tfd. of appear! party may attempt to create,
Lts t>(tvr coilract pirture j it t prc- a disprovj., bv shun such a candidate and such a 3*
( I thj t es Js.esof his fame- Mr. Clay's face tlicargunicntsoftiit.' Dno..f hey claim them to be iJei.tical. This is
&e.t.'d. with: the opposition wjncii the Adin'n-1! I Ixoicenus : Congress of the Territorial !las ; ku' in no rats will drsert a rinkhg ship.
( ever kept ietrrttion 's i.'dueled Iris c..cotinlcd.TliC (disapprobation Harrison vrill about his
his: beo.i the id5st l of t N\ l.i di.n ertne ihtiue l could! .lot conb..t the >o .iti'iis taken: 'ai <;iJineuts-all their colJuc----uhl; their polf.cy been say nothing more
*dr.: 'y of tl c in >dt-r i W lii s ad;: ni. of | jiniv. based ( expressed oJ any act of incorporation, j principles because be is satisfied that it will
ioii..k.ii.i W. tins "
Whig of b is o.i U.UlflliUfl. The Banks ,
eugy jj s-.ntj. j:'" the iavaliday; of ih >e i-u.s: ; or cre.itng banns other
evJe.t ar.d udftitibc.! /or or purposes, or of acts, on 1 be suit of all the
cie.t Fdt rali-ts! K : : j Wh Florida 1'lorida an impossibility to the views
[ mer.t.ilte ji.h-rof trt'gi-.i i gl.ryof.y 111% cosliiuiio.nl, Ii al, political! or moral are i.% the BcnKs.
the of the Territorial
traced all hcii.changes part; Legislature, aiuhoriziiig different fragments of which his is made
It be distinctly throuph :
m iv I rt-juati: !, 1:1: warm t.lisi.i.zstV w :; die tlun It l id to out this advocate party
s ) everv ; nday .) ation u|>on new STATK: or FLORIDA.AlliutJ carry policy they now the loan of issue of bonds i in
; of name, and seen throigh: all their moiey i up. How can he, to give satisfaction to the
let-lings of lii* %vi1..I(, partyir.. Clay had j \ ii those: ol tlis D m'icratic wh a stay or relief laic. Such laus aid of the
parly corporations of
or cegociation south
( he is doc
The want of confidi-i.ee opposed to the fanatical
same 1:1Jhe : say
disguises. no conpttuor-: | while (Jei.: 1 Harr.s-i.i I : had had raided tIe fj-iestio-i: of validity, declared if nSAti.hi.d flIhlt benefit the li.i ,ks-.they would work loans in form for '
honesty and irtclligencu of the people, adin : nnv the public! dcfeuce, or t trines oftheABoLITIoNIs.rs: and will defend
*u..k: away out ot'tac renifrn!>r.i'ce of ;thI o.i tli.it poi .t--if it wa established hille' good for the romnrinity at 1'irge. Tem.porary fur other "
whidi any 1 the their infernal schemes,
instituiions their against
those : country
g-nratity nien- the lifeless occupant of a cou'itv relief !ht be atlimletl in few iidt.idaal .
petty ; t that| ih' xvere bin'iug, they would nitifv, the mi;: H :
equal rights, and the .m disiepard to their Lfecli otticuhin. I ii Ohio, h-'M t t'-r ihe money it g-ivt''o' ig iti ) ?, evc.i at tVsrV hazard-atiionj! h a xt cues ot" desperate; character; but the Now, sir, read the following! act of Con. without depriving: hirasrlf of the numerous
.igs and their interest, are ui tw.ivs :ipp} ;ir- j j here i.tiiio gress, passed July 1, 1836 : I votes which they m a mass, have promised.him
: Tiuly, was pr-iiui! c m i fur i n ive r. ginl l tr the chararier of Florida, ge-ieral: result would bo deleterious. The
cut, except at those peroJs who, d -spatrig I j the or.itor a.id staiesnii.i:: i.i tli very g'id1! I j-.(!-JC.(1 xri.uis pnpoiii! )is by; them for lhec, rii has to bo nut. K\pedie.ts may be 44 A* ACT to disprove and annul certain i 1 If him he does this, they will go to a man

' pf success by o; c li'siity.: they Ltt .mt \jS era: of bis rj !ei.did a.id w>.rM xvidc r.my uss'iiiipii-i-i: by tl.a! i ew 5.ate, of thttt obh. used to defer aid postpor.e fur a brief sea. acts of the Territorial Legislature of Flo- against
R.I nficid dviti! to tje! How can be say to the Abolitionists that
by i
(Its ('fl..a it S-f :ai.ir a*; .i *.j h" c.Jcr-miz- jr .u.i.1 S9 ;:s to serurc the Jri.j1.: ; boi.ti hold- sun, but the encounter cannot be avoided. rid.i, and for other purposes.
Democracy as sudden PS it is ih.ut !li.ed. 2Ti.v g ('!.r! .1 'I .: si;" ...(,l I Ia T:;. a : rtd..esi t ..1it.g :1 .* !'.iIi, PtI As i'l the case of a toothache, the widest plan 4* lie it enacted, SfC., That no act of the he| will put an end forever to the consummation
momc.it tie! criss: j ia p :. xvlu-th.-r it ter- . ol their first darling project.-which they
ii4 d11 L ( is--tirni'i lsi.o at to eradicate the rotten and diseased Territorial
S (( tt t :!I ? siri ; ; : war: ; vc .ldithtljl once Legislature of any of the Territo.
rn. *?t3 in suecesw or iii dis'tppoi-.tuvj! t, th-j j I.i[ their |j5ri .C4It; .-. ;;:b tun < .i'L' i .-: :' jTi d! vvjif. a.i\- $ : ;> iSati.i j ii r siraint of.c iiise of the pain, by an application of the I Iullicans. ric sof the United States, incorporating j intend ns an cnterning wedge law for worsi to
unwilli:ig'v' as .imed, aud so : any {follow-by refusing to sign a lo abolish
mask so *
imp t-.rdj liy &4ir'fi--h! tor d.f-i: : jti< M of t.e If 1> t1S-.t i pru. io..s verc proposed tonti !/ bank or any institution with banking powers in the Dis rid of Columbia should
of}. slavery ,
7 |il-tly; % ora; ja thrown ,public la-.di. to( IliL- ::iit-; .-ln/h Tsiiii": -n. : I ill.' jit) : Iro-n iijury) or n.i i, from: the The Banks, prostrated by their course of or privileges, hereaier! to be passed, shall ''t they succeed in getting such an one through t

Jf there be any Jissential duTercnce br-twcen :' I Inluraal iu:>io.e-m .t n.e i, N.ti i-i 1 Ua.k: i n ....st *.t;.. fin.. i. i.r. Iri'Jti nl thsn C''rn(5r.l-i ini-nnuigement and folly, ruiaed in credit I have any force or effect whatever until approved Congress, without exciting their hostility 1 I"

tie! aicient -dfralifts and moder.i Whigs msnboth Fedt-i.4iis.5! 0T llu most Jil'eril !i l I.' .s. ttuvcre; Fcout'jtl! at by t tl>fJ br.k p.ir-l' aiid rrpu'uliua: by their reckless aud heedless [ and confirmed by Congress. J How can he say that he is in favor of tho

it is to be fouud'ii: Ihe absence of some of'i school. Wh.it tl.e.'i. we u >k :igii-i. was lie! ti/.i-s.j I : An u.'irislricfed. vmjuaJi/i'd! uncsndirioxal ; policy, hope to fi.ul i-i the adoption by the '. Sec. 2. That the following acts of the Abolition ofslarery in the District of

5, those traits i-i the Utlcr. xvhich at the compae&cement uiyst -ri'Jiis cuu.--. tint bo i.icely ciivi fl tin; y! rri-ogaiti'ia cf all the rights :tsseneil.by 1 1I People of u course sanciionetyy htc, uki: to Territorial Legislature of Florida, namely : Congress, and that he will aid the, by act of
ol tb<* division ofjurlies eor.tributcd North ai.d t!; SouMi, m..ki .Mr. Clay the .k-LhI the by that' they in violation /air act entitled An passag
.g t I tiw 1.i- powers nrr gatcd | pursue of some an act to incorporate :ho j such a law, without not only raising the in. k
in iozne tl thorn ni.d nil tie! high prerogatives assiim; 'd J P proportion Joseph, passed February 12th, dignant] south in oic: entire mass him,
former. At the time thosa divisions originated, rison of the o'itr ? Tie Abuitioj-iM3! )bad [ii iprojshccitd y liHTii. Was ueiiiaiidcd, and insisted upoa; as as public miraliiy i ischeipe.ied! and honesty 1836 ; ni act entitled An net to iacorporutu but also loose the of the

) and during the whole period inv hie!* tne Federalist (that: .Mr. CIayd: great saeceh augiiinst sine qua non. ami lio.ior depreciated, their reputation will 1 1ise. the Florida Insurance and Banking Compauy of the honest Wigs support in the free great states portion who

maintained their ascendency, their their ngiiation, Mould kH him, and Dave.i t In tic! wall in the discussion! of the r; Whe.i taunted with their suspension ," passed February 10h: 1836 ; an act, I look upon that scheme as being the

course was marked by a dejrreo of decorum whea the Harn.sbnrg nomination was an. 1 1nounccd legal and constitutional question of the validi. of specie payments-their violation of their I passed February Hih, 1838, entitled Au disinion, and all the horrid prccusscrof attendants

which gave a certain respectability to the they claimed it excitingly us the \ \ty of the faith iKjiidi. beyond the admitted cf. charters, and defiance of nil laws, end every 1 act to incorporate the St. Joseph Insurance of civil nnarcy war?

pri-ieipW they avowed. So long as ft nnjorhy tiitim I ; h of the auti-fclavcry principle. Shall feet of biiiding the stockholders of the bank, dictate of common honesty if they could Company," and all other acts or parts of acts He cannot do it Yet shame the man

of tho people Biipported their pritenI iou a we believe them ? Is it indeed true, that the |their| advocates avoided the discussion of that potnt to a stay lair, or relief late, ns a justifiCation i passed by the said Territorial Legislature of and shame the leaders who upon It

they treated them xvhh apparent respect, association of wretches, who daily denounce question as far as possible, and as long as they much of the disgrace and ignominy Florida in the year 1836, creating banks or him and who upon are trying to mislead encourage the people

while undermtnding their rights by industrious the whole people of the South BB robbers, pt. could, and substituted in lieu of arguinems now resting upon them, would be shifted oIL extending banking corporations or corpora- I he is endeavoring! by sullen silence to reconcile

legislation in conformity to their avowed priii. rates and kidnappers, have dictated a candi. upon IT, ad captanduai appeals to the pride Any enactments which encourage or allow I lions with banking powers or conferring all these different and

But the moment the tendency of
fbeir measures was descovered and denounced claim it. If il is true that they have bowed |lofty professions of regard for the reputation the Banks, to call in their depreciated rags, I whatever, be and the same are hereby offered to men honesty who acknowledge

by Mr. Jefferson, and they felt themselves t tUe Northern Whig party to their designs, in of f Florida; pompous professions and dcclara. and redeem them in (specie, will promote the disapproved and annulled." i no controling but, good laws and
sinking from their power, their deportment ( the Slate in the devoted selfish! objects of these institutions. power
.Congress Legislatures ti 101)8) of pure and patriotism, and well Their It is barely possible the rr.s'statement good conscience ?
Underwent *o sudden and thorough a change tone< of the press, then their claim will appear affected and peculiarly modeft pretensions of gains depend on the amount of their bills have arisen through ignorance. But if may

BS lo bring out, in strong relief their doubts xv eli I founded-nay, undeniable: ; for it proves b ing the especial and chosen guardians and public credulity permits thorn to keep afloat. dozen individuals composing the old Board the THE CFTT TRUST AND Bj rznra CoPAKY. *-

pf the capacity of the people! for sulf-govern. that they were able lo dictate-and no one protectors f the fair fame of the new State. Stay laws and relief laws, founded upon the and including the illustrious newly .-..-TheNew York Journal Commerce

doubts j tha; they would push their influence as Iitr {la the debates ia the Constitutional Cotiven. refusal of the creditor to take bulk bflls! ia Federal cashier could be thus imported soys a lawyer who has had occasion to examine

S fh Federal! Admimstration began its war :If as they could. We have then arrived at v the roost dolorous invocations,....4he lieu of specie for his debt will have the effect to: the least, inezciua&fe ignoftut, U is, into the couditon of this abort lined
against popular rights by enacting laws cal j acalatcd point which admits of simple and clear i most pathetic bewailing and beseeching, of deferring the resumption of specie pay tp say them. Whether from heedlesanesa disreputable shaving soap, says that the claim against tbs
*'* and* intend toreprefs* ied f punish the 'r proof; one too which has been ptored through partaking not a little erf the br&ostical, w menu by the Bubr. Tbsy will Hot eute5 nortoc, what dapeadeoce eta be placed or ig.oi Company js povr 9800 acoouat to show to $300,000 in all. and that ****?*

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(fit a aaked bow the Icco-foc Director* of the ten they have violated

FLORIDIAN. I Uuion titulion. Woan.wcr and prostituted to the PrtHnltt SL .
Bank are roJecming that in most selfish Agi.tias BertU. tfsji. --- .MrPEflGLE _
I hy a change in the c-urw of policy, which purposes, and to gratify the ca.P'dity Tax Lm & TSCTT Bx.-'Mirs. R. A LYAH- ---- -_-

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA : I we believe ia mainJy attributable lo them :-.refneiri of those who have controlled them. D. Footaioe and W. H. William- called at ,

Saturday, May 80. 1JO.or r ell diwownja, except in cases of great merit When they do this, then can the. ixditidual the counter of the Life & Troat Bank in tbi AUCTION & COMMISSION

and claim, and. the n.ot urgent nfcewity in draw creditor do his duty. We would deprecate city, this morning, with #3,000 in it bills,

ing in all their circulation, and striving lo prepare and MERCHANTS.
THE u. STATES, any resort lo violence presented them for redemption. Tb

tbe way fur *pecic paymcnU. We fear they are or threats even of resistance teller! redeemed 3.095 t.i specie and said Florida.

MARTIN VAN BUREH.ffVf not aecoodcd by their colleague. Tho e who as disgraceful and unworthy. Our that he could not redeem L'lour

= -- formerly controlled, .ncemrd to care more about the remedy is to the forbearance and sense of'j j had not the money. For the any last more two, as they w_ Whlake3rf, EUCSD Ift, .,Lerd laadinf, from MoI C.

+ j.obli lj this week part or the addrta olLb. r credit of the Daiik Abroad than at Acme, or for hi justice of the creditor, and the speedy coerCion -Jthe public have been suspicious of its years ound-j 1"Parifie, mud W aIe i by aebeoow AUCTIOPTBE1C .

!IUOflhI Dcmorr.-tic Contention which we real condition. Had the cour>e DOW advocated by by law and j ness and SPENQLER fc LYMAN.
public opinion, of the batiks now rottenness b exposed. It I Ij A,, -
tIhe peru.alof our reader*. \Vhall n ihe/ocn-foco/ director* Leer aduptud in 1837 and & II "
cemtlwnd > to the fulfilment could redeem Tamulca ComIs.jou
ha *
of the office they were chnr. j $3.095 of its bin*!!! The New England .Ua Merchant
j.biI, UC&t week. I> lead of the great eflux of ruga then made by Ihonewlio I ,, Hoilind and American MLE DAY9 ..
tered People will themselves trimCoynme and W rH d
to fill. The govern accordingly ens. r* and gata /*va.
I were llicH in power, we nhould not have had resumption of rpecie payments i inLor CLASK 'j jm I u Bnndy, Madeira. Malaga and Claret W.nrii,
mi uoUtiorm. an I and rnirrprc- the was the founder of thi havana white NOTICE.
11'e arUinf J tlio present difiicultica. Had they curtailed and by banks forthwith, is demanded by conjceru. and d.mMc-refJned Loaf 8agr. VII
ff editorial ll.e 3 at. to tnd He was the President of the Lock- BrownV, Ajer! [ *, and wttki aArrdatr. J aha If
a" by the ,
-ti1 tiul' called the interest common Toba r,, 8.nti4 apply to the Hon.
l i IK) country would now have been cayj of the debtor as well as of the I Bank Cavrs.114v1n1 & It. r.. -. -
Port which fnunAfrrA Coff.'o.rm -
r.raicU lion l tIiataCftt111C two '\-r ira cinrn. .sidI.> Nn 1 a...-
& .gaunt .18. .. :
.round ... _... ... __.. h-tteru -
---- __ ._ _....c- In our pa. ; : I- creditor-by that of all parties and classes,, GEORGE FIELD, Cashrr of the Ka i>bcry: fc Lemon 8yri-p, &c., &c., landed frur of ad II 11W that j it a* d reputable, aaadprcdict it* utter failure, and the banks p Bank ia Lockport bra: Luna, and f*raae l.y G.-.rge. daceaae&
the CUM11l0t1 themselves. President of this
pet ftbe 16th oIM.y.iu repel | that din race and eirils i! will follow. \\c ki-ow ilial rotton concern. A Slay 30. SPENGLER & LY11AN. 43 J. HACKLFT.Notice. .

[.OC .Fuco. had brought the banks into lheif fjvorile W learn that it n.i* bven aiM Bank with the pretended capital of two mil-
lu l a p an( of) the Prerideul. and ua* proporid. that! the bad ere. V .

.)f-nt d.spcrate cond.liun. we auk : ,I| in hi> plan of operation* to carry out the kchciiie of ditof the Union Dank i Ii* at.ri.uta! to llie rrci.ltti lions could not redeem six thousand dollars. EDWIN W. DORSEY, THE Purchaser a f L u ID th, E n Laif of

What have the Loco Focos had to do 1 the great Macon Cotton Convention. We then ti
rib tho mawgcment of the banks ? How said of it:- year ; and some wireacrcs hare Mated that the Mr. Bush used to tell this of brothers AUCTION AND COMMISSION md \Ve t, are requeat.2 t cornc forward prior t*
story a
.hr 20lh
r-e thC) controlled them, or brought them j! Wo do not believe the Post note scheme newHol thom nirctmc arriving al New York, the barrister. Aa the coach was about start MERCHANT.? day the intanl, and will tottle fur the nine, or on il.tt

"f/JjfScuIty ? Have they made them will be I.Union bill* end certiGcalcs of t'cfosito forthwith) ing before breakfast the modest property ttJ. revert to the oaigioI I Dsr.
jutfl acceptable, or that it can be made limb of the Tallahassee, Florida. HACKLLT, Auction

make ovcr.djsc'/ uls and over-circulation, acceptable generally. The adoption and j depreciated. There was wnrc-rly a week hft .ea- law approached the landlady a pretty quakeress Tallahaatec! _. 7, 1840 4t -
enter into speculations; in cotton 8n durinj: whiih the New York HAY A BKICK.MLY --
merchants who -
did '
H_ them "thrusfng this the ii't was t'eated near the fire, and said he -
system NoUce.
!? Iota mide them mk-? extravagant is upon cominui.ity, I prefer tno notes of a t'own sound and a.tlvei.tnierchanl could not think of B rxpcrd from .Viv Y rk, 10O ba1c who
virtual without hirni
dtWa usid iKVontcs T Ilax' busj>e.eiiOii of specie painc.id of Tallaha going giving her a M-y, 80OOO, a-n'.4 i hard Brick. rHOSE n.gs.zee on lht> 4ih ia-taitt,
lGis: to 1'ieir directors e ; '. by the banks for the time the notes h.ive to t eo lo Union B mk buth.t .- kiss. "Friend," said she, thoe must not do ELWI.W.. DORSET. ul>.crib rj auction room, will, iu cat*.
ltf f f '
they made them Iwrrow mot.ey. in l.irges-.ims :- run. \Vo would not do indirectly that .wIg nIhoiii iiii-ciin w ( on-ideraiil ilpli.
of foreigaJeW orciv Have brokers "lli'h m ide the they borrowers are Uiia ):' u Inch w e ould not do directly. Ordinary: vt-ar. Lef( rn,) or blow siilui-i.irnt par ; und if,, al any' tiic ia 't barris'cr. "Well friend, us thou h.ist sworn, ti t jgt IVo. 1 Baltimore Prime ill r$ l 37 Li. hACKLE?. r
they [ to tho-
| nirtiiiir* thee do i tY.M .
it l PcRIi
M "baiik bills not redecm.iLile in a may ? but thee must not make a fun-al ly '
of thcs- banks buy lauds and negroes, horses I *' vicious ; but specie, are a Fionda mo chant t na i-n iJ.I.-u to jji-t Un.ou LiKnorctrli.lcjleK !: practice of it." al.r 123 EDU'IV. DORIT. Town Propcitj for Sale or Rent Jl
exliorbitant w ith their currency ; notes, due six ul I cViMii tc i.if. I1OR SALE K.NT.Lot Number 116 in he
prices except at (
carritgtSat u ci n idcrail! '
afli( "in ..Uia after d.ite I JI1C.--5O M.IK. :
would be I'hontarluii Lunf, Pirn
batk bt11 I ILtve the' prevented a rcprouch to di-e-ount.it wa< IM.-I-UUMI hi" delil .; LJ t'-r >a.c i v iginal TalUbaasee.. wiib the Enaae
borroWeJ 11ie' The wacoiiMilcnd -_ _ EDWIN \V. DOHSEY licr'on. A.ply; tr R j
country. IIAUKLEYn
from :* themselves with a j necessity for issuing: iro S' lli.in d. at o' the Batik, II w :*n owinto i .r< h28 3J ,
P 7
baiks MK' the Al. No. 1810
the 1 : these WUUld iflduCL-- the liflir-f tl,Tf tlin lin.l IT >:! M.ulir.1_ fill 'I t lifvff.lk Ihf Iii! | I| li.atutil J 3. B.rvio i

--- ?;? hncis. bt'f-re making; their is.t i *' are worse off than :< riiiuolfol AiSM.lvru-' iat;, Uni n flank lund 'tricrci !by ihi fl..r. Mr. Pirmdne, :'lr: William. I II I W-ri' O it.--Oo; lL.lijs ii. a,. y \..a ii-ra, .)

short' !had lllc we believe they are- -<'i\i-d. 1'r :ptihl.e inccliiifr* had iMi: I Is A Ormo'iid( ; t.rIiItle sate.
:; **-d i" they Power to would notliific I.' dt! IIVJI a 1 uf JtfF.-rx.in county, LD\VIN\V.D REY'aieri2 / ej'C'
fJCsl imply a want of confidence in the \\ilh di/iruriatin| the Union Il : t.5 No. J
fa these things; IOjrmnirkf inon.'j1. was their Row.

v ere in the p1
they will n t act lairly towards those or iclun:e-ihi-.r violated ; IIAVK r-crm-d ,.
promises llu-ir n
Liii --
rferr'd It) lie tart l I.t t1 to v .4 prolMed C'.IIMIS/HIIH-II!. ar.d will tell.
: the U.&lik 1 ihe tune t. d1i.] ii liw i.slitutiois' : which should not exist."-Flo.ridiaii drifts-t'sjr n IFIII .n.ij.'Cinerit their prstlift ihit lili. on lh.* ninri.injj of thin 2il! lj 30,000 firt first quality! flyonn lionrds; '
CLtCI, I ,lfl ; 2J/A Avg. 1839.n e kile iiKiNii Mm. .A.AKY GA.MDLE.wiIu of JAMES | 541lt.J)(: s ii AUCTIONEER
0r ,i.i F.'t'dI. > !-il nf B.ddle, wln h d.-,.troytd ail confi- 15. do ,
Tie ar ) nys GAMBLE, E'u.t., of thin 30,000 .4 Port Leon
.;\ ariit-K. fioin the New York Jjurna deni-e in the rnnriMi. at h iiienil iity.Jit 3-4 wrallicrboardin"; Fla.
Tlthianumhcr (.f l i.t: t. CL'k. the Floridian uf C-jin. atrud.L.i tnri im-rre ol ilii>..h ii \Vi Ercry Saturday.L
the cor'leiUI'! ( of tbf t L ic.i IOC.M with! thuwn: tl.ul the su .>ii< i..n.< or cxlrai the lo lutviii i iruiii th<* Globe : rly\ h.ii: ticeu a f ff'iir iu no ordinary I'tjjrce, 10.000) Fii!! and. i.tatw; -_ .

taics all. What (he atks) hare the., I tl.t? New York Acrci4ita! : arc alrca.Jy awake toihn //i Senate, Wcdn sclay. May 13. vVl.i.c the circle of IHT fani.iy and frit-iid' lia*> '.ecu 30.000) jicc; 1- 8S RcTvard.JOST -
the Ba"ks I "p-1-t Jiul-' ." Tin- Dtinncratic Di "A I'roki-n, neter to be ri'l' nr d. To those w hit kifMV 100 ci -ks I'me ; on the 3d instant, between Tal'ahawe
:ectuar. of the ; was received
Loco Focos to do with; the inanaguii-wt cifjebanks Union Bji.k arc railed mfssige from the President her, words are vain lo pou.trty ,HIT virtue, tvhilr 10 b'.x | irkl d coil. *nd R./.ert Copphnd'K, an English aflver I W teh, A

; hjv. lliu ;tl".v', Mirolcd! them ?" will btlirn upon und we tr.i<-t t.ry! of the Uiiitcd St.ites, in reply to a reso- to o'licrn. even e.1.I.y Loll d not ri.'l.tlu ly deimc-, Feb .J 39 EDWIN \V. DORSKY. with, use 8ub. rriiMr'i' on the Lack, written

what wedid and btei.if.p1.I; their e.TorU to retrieve lution of the Senate of the 29th"December ute her worth, tier chiructir tttI.41.'h. li'c! with lbs point of a knife. 'WWrer will rtturn .
\utr. KC a < on. nude-1; > < omji-ur lie! Uatia. waiiio I ri II P.tiac'rhc.r. i>f the Grand aid
and Pelil watch
Junc-i to tutu
in office lia'l
j relation bonds i it-ti. Purr rM-if she
to issued the 'Xd in M-nti i cut. iu above
nigei-unu-t K
aid.! \c fir.COfliU.11' by Territory of for I
Star vo
w'th th ii!" aisiTi1 eon CountSiiirri.r Court ward..
nt t'ev'gnier
y I. CXCPJ-1 t--> f'-J't1-; '!'->J li|<> I-"c"I 1u Tie 'tar ,,f lji -.', ..k ski in i t'Ur
II nk-n.r i p r..< -i if! t.iV IXroct of dered to be printed." 'Au.nl'l I.I HJJ ji 'l--l .2o1S M- arc mm notifi d liiat! I a'-n ?.] : > tt.i ,
t id I,4itIt4f t do iII ik v crq r. the Bunks arc not j ii.il, II,. G ner-'U< and, coind;
esry L"C' Toco ia.my_ t. rth ->' t CJJ.K. l rquan-. ii"Tuii.:! AN ORDIXAXCE ,
rc, I.l: 1 tr I I-t Jilnf. .
r Til *
,1 t jir.Jr to Aluc.'i! ai 1 t:> ci iii Ind: ccurr. jl hey aie a i'l l I'.mn$ 1 anuind) tinB nr.l, thcik hyJVA !j uf its Dirt trn, its Allnruoy, aid Cn-'ufr--ihf i and *) isip.atIi.i.&is.[ ', >ii'i' allev.atcd! thu.r tr'.vs -y titAt tun -, uu.J ri ri tir.rr'' '.\i V.' tl > "t c To p* >!,ihit 3Ii-re .armg t ut.d Si-> krpe ; fami T.rp_
.rn. n-i i.
1 ie tDT j'! N ( d4l | \\ lli tj! ,! i:44I)2rJ1Z1l'i c'.u.ioro'iH! j'jr liank i i'uwcrs | Pen nc.>'a lienk its ['n->.idi-iit* -and :ih Lifu and % herr the ..tl *uipi at ('I ir rrni'.v.i! i\a< va.D. A i ,ius.: ir ow.v 4'i ,pa il'j '.'v.r .open tl.ar! S'.truj Slt tojm j ;. on tr. ? &bbatt.1t
(.hi.all i HI i.l 1.if I h w ,P-t j.itt ,.u >.ift .
Trust tiCIIM s.t.L Oi f *
l It:i his paper of this week, he twcmi us any iinriy, a'',.! j li.iij n'.l: they can for > an Ajji'iit or lirrctnr tr l o, to altnid t a lo rjtd H lo n-joi e v.lli ;tii.j' c liiat rfj.iu < end lowtji 2C f .'> the! atti'ifliStrtti! o; R H. Djt-t'. iw I. B" i' "r.sned f ft'oancil br the Inte.i five-tilt* j I ll-i-ir i j inu rof-u in ill.-ol| *> of C \ Miy t 1 CiiCIbCd, bt.- M ir-b.i .',t. U'. ( .
aieq-it'- 'hsferent! view of the siil.jei.Tin t :* r and i lri tiu-7" } ) ) y in.'rc- \Ve ru t \ : uil'i t'loM) tn.it wci-.i.: (|icr 'iiv. .1" until 'f ii, ; of Ta.hha.sIe, ,

L'-co' IVo tirect! <.r* will (-a> s .' } i \> ': d>* n t loit it.' t i m. I t ihU rhae! lo t'ie t! j I Io C',l.':ii-l I)11n1.ng v. ill n t t'd tien in liaml.u'.z- f e'iJ i .ICer. 4 ,I,,_ I ui' ,, I. ill House to RcntiF 1Tx3t, it sli$: M't be !fawin ; r,, r&xay '..er'-hnat or

ad ii de i.ti-r, av n ll'i-l ii'i .' :-> iC' .' i \Vr tin ling I Coitgr.-, .n ai In jiri-vriit j.j.l(kO i-cii exc- ur oi KUiltii'ii: bfl ol l--i-ai'', Inl i.i-r re i>li .,i ii ,! ri ., tre b.il r.Jecrrr k pp wpt-n tfi'-'i "tr.ra or *hori jr -
1-h .k rui.i uny. r of
1-ie! .1.1'fl %, :: SJHI ro j jaji.ija nut ; nee tic? yi nr -A a lie lrjract 'f husi'iit*
&hu i&i.I *
ii tlic i C'.l d upon lh"-'* r'.tii'ii I .4.j&uu.t udv a nil ] Clls, i-- on t.je cj.baj d.ay I
v *d4lor t Ill.
; i I. I- 'ls1.-.4j'.- fur it have r'ir'i'ifaii >iii.'ihe : : ( .flit-fltCIt to :
It -\\c- t.ry Dvniatig uidcr Ihif!
% a of
t': :r : ia ? 14 ; ; u4 130 1144 )I I! eit'.i.c.-d tiaC It LrIIId prna ty bf-inJr i; i'ewtd.n
a 7
trul .
., er ; : Us' *.- 'i J:, that it % -s prt'iks _;hff i.; i.tio i uf IIH j n..ir' u:t bungs news oftn li.e nil 11. l."i: l tif ).'.ir' daidti'tn, ui> *4v..le.l> of a l; ; ;;-i--:! tTc wii!: it mc'-t.g.iod :&rJcn Fur ,..tiaied .,,, L.fayE24 ftcnly doiiai ai'l i.ot ii*-.' titju let J.,,Urs Joraci ; V

1L !4.t be fi lll'(1P.I Ir I >re murders. It is in lirr ti.o ad teuro. I'url.'n-r particuldM and rvery snr-h i tn-nc% ii> ho
:It L'cu fi.i1 uithi'g ;it 2h; 1. ; lip'jil. sr itZ.ll.'e.ii" reported tint Lieut.i < a :lnr n'-a ini f npo'ii :.ic.u.i>- lit J1: bEll I C. L'RAN'E. or at i!. oii.n.Inns Covi-rcJ by
!* ticforr
irli -Jhevcouli] s-c.irrc-lv If l-:-, l llo .. d. Jili :'iri-l .!.- M I Il-ilbrid.! are c'u.iLt '<- ihe i ij Martin, of the 2d infantry: with three tu pr .ct ce t. jiuri* (jrr< Cjjii ; au.l UrI o 3 43 tf t vA-.irra-it and the'he in end. nt, one I.alf to ic\ int'riai.ttit _
) rf'l '. d L' ,. men, is vn-re lilt c.iI with the light' oTntr ex ) .-.'- other c.il!; to be | aid into the 1
t.jiiu-: lii a- > >-f. '.i' a 114! .'il ofstUinz -
J mch, a ba.: k vitli a pair of t.r. *. acru xven- fired u:,on by Indians betxvecn Micano. 0 but duly M'f an l love the liol.nes.-o: hv.it eiitl.u> To the Citizens of Florida treasury of atd riy. a

s the four Loco fvco Ban! iirrcltr* ntltltnjranfr! !I 'kfir f.-criles nid fri>,<
rs *MIC! kb>t hope h'1 ]U' of TITA !" I Itifv >. I'll tliar'u: Hr ..f thi'M- {.ea t'CI1lifl Maud I ton hiph py Wnkcrhootce.. Lieut. M. received j j tut great p'irpret ,.f I.ft*. K'e had dedicated t'k by' our tiar cihzeix!i of all! ilamis she Ibr lo ola.nfd $",- and part of ordinance cin.fbctii.r ttiktfie l

: who, through tucir Hank i..li- ic<* am'jik :4 {b< al'i-f ti-d hy I lliit J'a'rgi.. -a.d it % .11 irvoi! 1'jmiit : thr':c balls; one of hi* men and nil of his with holy li-rvor, the iin hii.t h.iurs .-I her exi lund.i- ludLiii, ; atir. will, a1 m their alt uar.'rnMr, wilh ir. fact.the the true Uiti-nt and toe 'ming' r.f t',is ordinance, be aid -, V

>. anlli'.r. We horses sst'rc I te.ice: and, IMVI.IJ rc.iiemucrcd Creator iniiir are hereby rt-j-calfd : and lh.it tt,. ordi
call tin editor of killed the ; tier in tin* il'dulli'inzerl *
iho other
i ujMin i Star i i ; two to ct aa fuch,) sectite Uuir claim!
; tni'iagemeit. are g.ing to *:iv- till men are | if pr r.anc'i >!i.at! be in mil f-jrce f.'O.n and after
t.X a t hr xoulh, it hart hnn
li.s phased tocallhtr ut-faire Uspasin -
cir authority: in ) !ii* :if-ixjlion., I fJivi* hi missing. Lieut. C ;tircs s, or any other tribunal that be Vsage.
3i ,k r.:
i jury Tiii; jtr-.Ii.iUy! ii lit" '. i w nunWr1 J, Old Zi.l I he }.r. if- (*jn It )In- jift j-i'r! J'I men .vent in pursuit. They fell in with the wo ild say vhe had ixi jjifaure in the 11." Plio e wi.i l.y > dc-tira lii aiijud'caiion to have of nif-i clai.n. 1aed. COURCI: April iT3 1313. V

I l.'lO I'jlikili's nn* ii ri' 'ii f I'V this inn 'c .is !! u 1-1 slio had
A Use rtjnJiri: i< prriivtly ciii.-iscnt.: Indian, and himself and five of his I c c-i bee,. :ill o Trile H. DcVAL. C-q. ati'iliiu.-ee. who \(
!u dr *. c I llii-M' i:u iri.Jiif! = I'j-f t'.r ;) / ; rthit men were { iucec, flit* had walked teluiaeka.i. A*> a dju:liltr.ehe wi'l' lie AMES nARur. Clerk.
4'4. *-K J a fu rnn. in iv '..'. u.' d.d :y, aiJ 1tt.eti..i1.uil ] >1 ; kilk J. prepare rrq-tis.ip o>ver-t of attorroq, con'aininj .-.-
tie terms ujjon which tic Lasincss ui.'t In.nnderlakpn .- REMOVAL.Suhctib. .
xvs J a 4r. I ., ,Mt.'iiiicd l.v n d.i! rent >- bv inf.Mi3 THE ra' have removed their enlfre es.
-Tnc Loco 1'oco Director's, xvc trust, will Iarji a Ir.emJ. ,Ii.iiterc.t.d and nmce.e and the *, 2t, 43 .
; o-.d- 3. from
; IVM. P. their
--f < % iiidic.l, *! t'.at th.s l > !I.. lh objr--w ?r'' : the hammock. Lieut. S. old stand in Berry #
Jil'n be possilile) Kaxe the Bank from mm, had his fingers rut ;, ;>t t-vid. ntc of her i>u'jlltr>_ aratir s> c nfauif... :: The Florida Scntine' Ut/w, .o tie! Hew Brink Buil.lj..goij .Moi.roe .
; .II.M' j.'frit; 'ini.-ii. ai- t.t-y! ) icjard ih ivefari-! off and M tint;, irai: in t.'irm all "her ici/rdi Star.Q-i'npy SiJ *cpIi atreet, -
li'id stuck in ,
in some df roe, the cmiu'.ry fron: seninj.irj his mouth. Col. Riley, with taught rirtuvhifh Ii .ins, Peiifacola Gazette and Ilia >.e of St. next dovr \Vra.I.\Vyait| & Co, where they wilt
j r4'i IV *\i!! co IIMIIP.Vc her lift ronatcd"my -
hnpi tln-y will al continue i-i the
1S -. about 150 men, who were on their to \uiruiiliuc. mil in-ert the above for tlnoe imairmth&: narn: business at heretnfor-riz : -V
; :..n I l.tlIictIa.I' a rid a.t ractl .a nd %% ;aIel way irid forvtr.ird t'tc.r'! accounts to nc nt allahai-soe., Je4111zg- tadilts B vdUi% Martingales end liar.nesics .
'Hit-Sui, txpr<' ilit- '.t!uvilion i tA! tnvant. Fort King had in
\\'o stron !''y ( X4i t .hrir prc enre at the BtarJ i gone pursuit. An express W P. 1). nf all; der.-nitinxas., Alia jr-ij'ril a->ort.
k .lici.jv<'il train' r.4) ..4.id Ilil' iifliax ii'lir d.u. rider NG alxfiire fro-i t'-c' ineni Ilirnvs
: between Fort Ttrritory i Triinmtngi. Bitls
ist and
Iu.t a t daIIII iiL ta rTih \\V u: o ii"l ". ecr t I\inK>cr and JOH.N W. AecruKnre ny aititlo XOT1CK.IX Gig and Rtdi'zr ll hips. Trucks Carpel Bgs.

lD1rI1 (lit Bj& 44il I4 !. '* ; it F a'. ue'i i :'ut-al 'o c-'nii'lil tint vrijn: IH i ui.* soul'l! ge: shot by the Indians about the same time. !' rz- ii ajf.-iis. P. KEUR. -, week after dale, application will be made Vn is.*, batillr. Bags, Hal Boxes &<-. S&? fi/rtiajf,

4 t l.. -v a-.C. i k wfiat, <-itit-, tht-ir a'l-icks. We i 29. 184) 41 lo thin Honor.Me Harness Dridlt L _
learn li. the and Leaher
JefT.irniri .
'itenj I.i.1 tts i'.i::41:1: it' ',i it r. by a private letter, that a largo may Judge Coun.y Top J/.rgtC lf...Mroc.OafldIitp .
Jltt.or> ifo i :!i. of $lhm- -- Court
i c1y rcfrnily force f'r letters of adiiii.'i! 'lrlioii on the cc- t ki a.
tirtiii. I,) tue > nan i i ;; % *'C11 a tin; at in past i, fi.ri I ,Iider.h11'k( )liavo rt-novcd their ARLEUGE ucrcu>.cd, laic of said! os a-id :.Var/if.5-f l matte '
r. cu <1 r c ir ',VtT i', 3ifI I ;. l't1t1P4 ilis King, for the of stack of, -OlllitV. t order, at lic.rt i.alive. .
1.reua.p; 'i I ti tiiat iriiny lh tt !'i arc purpose a thorough scout in G-.d. fru n in *ir Pi-mer stiml in B< .

'- .4 and lirr.1 I'M. 4.jt4pt '.vmcii, bf.are ilnjfttiroet ti-jifa'ti. J til--) wo1 ri'-t i.1. I''* tc! I'd inr of the that section, and to the South. Sexer.il plan .MV. to lli ? sio'i* "n the f .rncr of Monrne TryVH iii *; May 26 43 JOHN B. COLMX Ec WAtD & MAT. V V
K. B.
4; -ri!. luc] 412V.lkl.j lh(> liatik i'. ilviiJiWo t wul Cit-n! :| trpots r icnlly rn-enpii-d hy Mf_,. :ui irg Jtn in all the aloro ar; csasnfial.
. ct4r iiivii its l he j.n liculrs u-on uich] hi4cf lations of the Indians hax-c lx f n broken r-. G<>rrn DISSOLUTION. 4-_
tIfL 1TIC : up ; &. I Hall, w'lrrc' ih'-y w !U may 15OS" V
"tUc Ukl"
t'cy are n C'Jfltrti' to
( ; 4' ; $j4liiil< '>f lhc f' jriit; .f(ll"ii art ftiuudrd, iind and in hammock ker, on TOTIrT I i h r&Sy _ivi-n th.it the cnpartnprIIK -
1-1 IM." $T141( '. j one scattered h sm ill clearings hitiilaKirii nil i v>rlm.-nt J l m ami
tC trust l n(.I I j"t b Aamia
aiilho'i'i Ala
U!.l( we wj sju-ak n't: uioiej .. '
nr dj,,os. JI.iH [l.rJ | D irifl, B. P-e4c.i t, Imtls of Tallah! :i--see in a ihtmuiity *", nfl 2J May. in GaJsJcn county. Flor.da
j 4" w. uuv un.l'-r anj iiuiiin>'ari,' Ci! d<>cin it our W..inan1 ( lJtItb'. C oakery and ij ,
a-; .v i c. wilhj I .1 i Uto of hand fur
tic of of I.ron. i js ifii rfi oKrd hunJrpd di
Star = day >liarH.
corn riauto.tW114It.
11 uuinf.in: lii. 1.i-l was destroyed. l.y (..iiicty
i.uuifcir : ll l'if tla.trr alnio le imi-cd to the
luiy. of tiil* star? bc true.uiiMi wei j i-vrry iirn uait, < of I hcininirv. I'dinr In* li ,
Alni'a>J Ali is tharsril wit!: ll.it 'ttte-
Fr a'l Who m for Harri-on an.l [U{,. 1 i nut c1'! cm j en. .!'JI.,) our parliru'ars may inakr n t The cnmps found by Col. Bailey, which ci'l""d. Their, fr.ends antl ti! ? .pnbl.c are invited nt.-iI of nil dchlR diip from H.I id firm to any ;Jer. auar. '..rabrraVJG? : if>if J >" *.',l A. IT'nicr. t !R-e'iard
Jor ltn-ft
In : '
If *" and t'tpTi'. t-I.'ii utii;, *' /'jnrfe interest"' .j'i'id r iF.! "ml !iioih I Ki"fihcr vii 1 jiioift ciificlu-i we mentioned last week, had their crops ofi > examine 44 J A M : pea bOaI'. and is auth.,rii.rd to collect! an.l rieivll ?: on I l JAII/. l tj F.&yimnth.ts

1 (k \\> .i% l ly ILKA' litt mnfidiTCt itf! In he |.I.! fCln\ Mich F-SE.rtllOp.ME&jCO.__ > d-'hu due to (h.p s.imr, whi-h I will be e.xa'tecvirhout bt'cn *l .ppcd
m-iiiimn i j jn pumpkins etc. attached.
t "
III! the and peas They
; In.an T-V will DR. JOHN If. POPK \ lay. and iii j .*rn< arc accor.hmxaglv no.ALMU3 M4V r) at 2 Rfrr\nr) rrn.vDISSOLUTIO3T. .
IZrI th L'uiri: IJjiil, truant and iin.lilbt.fin, and IKI.V cmrujitiny, it i*. We do, j be destroyed the .
oxercri- on return of'the t. flrl V fl % 1101 H1 P ru !
expedition. F!' !!! hi proleM'im.al! 'civ>ci* t<, the -
.n. Ihiiij.t il,, fjllj tot, h'j\\cu-r. trHil ll.e! oci u.-nli-iii t'.e propi- f.OO REw.iD.
: t.01.4, 4.1, ,Iii ogjinsl .. _
ai lrj < jn I variu. i We are i-iformcd that the doors nmved .t T<.A. w.n ( .tt i n I V li mA lia Vt.Kror > ALf, .
dei 4.d |, rr-iilli'inr-n r.a ni.L i rd a"aitl Chli 1 fur the H'tcifica-i to h#> 3 TO E' rr.n lie S.m ,_. 7th it.CI .
say., Iijve fa.! thetgt'q! 1ttr'.1 \ the K'or(' (if Willi.iin! Drrah.n 4C.i.. may 16, 1340 42 D. !J-PU KS OTT.AOTICC. Fort
of great service on this occasion on the Smranae, -,
they t.irj
&UI.ilIy; alt lio-iyi,, a-t nn's of th-n willninr 101111 and proof. ; pnr. M i.iirp '.i.M.-.f: 3ICC O. 1',4)). r'3'fS.i.! ) P.-fc-t .
| A m-k. c.-nti i ig .bt $500"in
'4 a G wlr.n], t;,.. iiay ,,f .,efe; ifv sued the Indians closely, and, from the trails --ICE --ICE --CHEAP ! .w Li. persons inttci.iid to (be nibscrihcr. nil Uni,n B'k lt.t!Ii", *b..ii' 33ji of whir.; i $*2)
.j ae n.ykno-. .. He M-* .,..nc of tl'n tfi"leave/ a sinking Ship. (of blood followed (through the can"-brake, rfMllK I I s ub-cnb pu' hjHi-il >if GI-II, Hrowii in pit UM- rail on Mr. A. P. .tnnn, rts !hIM i notes nn ills; ono bill on'ihe planter; atii
f.r riiotnas; Dou liss Esq. of St. 1.0W in (UK liiiud for Botile.ntv.t., Rank i>f ,o..t.i Car..tiia: at CI IP..rlestr-fl. k
Augustine H "
are her ii' n. Tint 1 i a ni-ake, very much an"'e1 thanseintirn rear. ;! r l'rnary 13.1. his ic-. flOUSKnndSrocK: No. lltiSt7apt.

I' lfLu.! rt.iA.4 ttik., ,,. .ias rn-i"-ned his connection with the Southj _______ !!' fP: I ICE on hand *n d mi .ho Ills iii'l.inl rn eirnln _innv_Ib" 4Z 3 CEO. W.RINT asoaeIaeik oo rh.rUIaln lI.tikf.t $ i.2.), gvc.. by
; ) ( t iC1| ;v j R. II.
fl.,11 1hc,. iffns D I IJrn I In our la'l, c CII hind on t liv Admiral I f.r some lurllii-r, s'< pply f.oin the ''oilh.; mid he is now Peyton Iu J. PaierMNi. ;'Jdored *

i..i are (1t.C.Iittdtt.| under UK Life & Trust Company. Lot Clark priiof) of the rlnrwe he msd ajrairft 110 Democratic prcpiretj to forni' h |l.a. riiizcn ol T.ill-'lii -<- willilh I.I Fresh Provisions and Groceries. >y I'dtter.on on the lark-the check hid be. u torn "
nJ Terr it.itji U. \ I1>ON Ai CO. ..re rw-oin a tre.i i iujif in two fid piimcd j1V <
elr 1YlV..rl&ftlerI. ftlt1, V ii. tacked out, as President, some time ago. < B-ifik Dirreto-ji nf havin? raierl (tin of I <- at'I ide ul ri.di c a p-i'-i". al hi* c-ta lab'-.hfn i, I) of rracim'i.n' and .jc toijei.ii-r. Also two uctourtJ Veauiia.t t
ly Groci-rics I
fruarR..ittni ll
rry S
lire ?, o.r,. ift tLf nvlt dm( )r tO Ciipl. liond'K Store, on .Mon.i.e firn". e Goveirarivt for $82 each, certiti.sJ by *
PelerSkrn Smith another Director has a' 4fl with a ih'Bjnk. (hey 'r" lie .** ,-C, llie cWwicr T. U B-ttui .4r-andi-r! V
by lnj
*'ltt gone minop n. \\ Waugh, A. A tiM. and
iit lnl b-nk!
tbe ).- After the of June the pnci-i. will !I.e a* follow: : re- |
"., r.ilc i' ''' Wo demanded the proof* "in the of they offer lo 1'ieir former .-uuInni' r. and the >uUhe !eipt. kiorned one Jacob ;
: truth
u name | by Hart
[ \> a t lo U trw.' tht i to the North. This Bank recently stopped j lot 100 $2 5) the other t>J .
,11 t ,&- .,fliei low fur Union Battle !.,
1I RIr .t&.Is-r.| and junlice. The A'lmiril 1 1 la' rMt proilicfd.them. 5' 123 t'pner.illy, Notes ho Clutf. Alo i certificate nfjo-ieplj H. \Vat-
(I. ; pfr C.nlro. JPCIU payment. Six thousand dolLars of f its f ALSO A thi/icr Kclet-t.on et| Jrcn ins i
Cri.ed ; HfBr'y iii] it.j ,x J, He i* perfectly! mum in the laot Star on lhi,, I 2. G* am.wrwujjht a eiiarged odier! of C-irtipai.y K, Sdlnfl.l "'

1 lie oft.tj ,. a24it..1. I4 t .(itct tcrc presented at its; counter, and the ,Midjct.. \Ve MthtTKii-tcct he i ii; ashamed and I( 12 31"i N MI/S. w'ii-li' they will sell low, fo- \l =n r.vi.-rat otht-r ia.pera of account., <-c A
i.t ,, :.: | we [ Union Bank JVoles.Al. reward of 3100 wilt be giieri fur the ,
lf.e ; thaJand
'f-.ii), Ti. denw.ded. About three thousand dol.jrs fvihim rredit for it. i G 18l O mn-ill iii f .
l* 'r .. pccic : > A l 1II po--d FURNITURE u' kct b-iok and
lii-. l b3l1i4 l P. 3. In rt'q (.faii-k'fps) tl-noo wlio annul aff nllo conlriit*, or Ci'ly do'lar: for '
f '
l 1ti.! Sjii Tre wha |i ttiiwnu'd l.o picas .1 tu tite Union oilier.
fl' a'i.y fcli .. were paid ; the balance had; to he over, JOHN M. NILES, Ksq'r., of Connecticut pun-have will he f..irns'uie&! craiin. Thepaynneut of tho check ha* beeta Mopped '
ln (| ti| !(. tftt J I.a I lKfl>iitfri.r II n ilk "OJe for, at low prices. at the! It.nk. J.M.

"i dIl4lmi.t, 1.1, I $s sj, -iia I.lip I.- he specie lhg all cxhauMed. Sii much for has boon appointed Post-Mastrr General, in I'roi.i toe ciiHii-u'ly and eiprnsp. i.f petting Ire li> _1114.-lb_! -'I 24 AprilSJ. I80 40' McLNTQ-JH. *'

1. w1rttii,... siid f. tt. .the i Jhiik ii Florid" of Ainri.4 Kendall thin plare. I iiir iiniK-ri-iijiiPd of npininn: I liut it -
< ;
.tily fpecie.paxr : place
h.. p ; rrsipurd.
Ivt m ? t4. t,4.U1' t4' c-Jii; "! !> MI.l.i| | lien't !( i !icn 4 ci-i.ii. p l'-f pound. For Sale or Hem, .

r.,a piiljiisie !. iii d .2l'i. 1T-; The dilFi-roticc: IK-IWCCII the flll3ocraticparty Corrn-poudrnri- tlc Si. ujriniin** II -rnld. iWASIIINOTON. t iljuu'! l>f lo i the I 'a1rr. tut us lle lie Coiiipidj J.-: Tn r<.ii%. ioifi(,iisi'in.i I us a HOTEL THE firm of Guitinx, HALL & WntiTO i is

? I han { nl I Ihe f$ |h'iri' c do.t n. h<; i* disp-n-eil In (Iii thf ni ST. MAIK, rvcenthyoc-c.i1'itd. bib il.iy dissolved i i.y mutual
April 1SHO.; content and
fli'tiafleK and: the Uat.ki'.cs with regard to specie EiIIiIf. Hr ban i-nwaufd in the luin.S \i it hi Hieliltintiiiii 'ri- sub! cri'.er. POS--C iuimediately. ;
>MOH til and of th, ir.
an3r pivpn jinouriig noten of
r.r fl, %% ; :,, Your Dflcg.ite here is \Vlii lie or thia Jnle rlrm
1'Il. Tsrag, ,. :1,. c'ui ,'Hiymtntsis; not whether the creditor ought a r. must f fiirniing) a I f !Lu >u|PIY of I1' In I lIe Apply; l Is, the undersijncri Vlt f G'iriiiaii, Ai flaIl, will be j-ettVd bv either of UiO -

? ( wlii.,, be IOU r l Ii of course {jo fur Harrison. Is Harrison ritiz I <>iiN uf '1'.,I I Iai.is.e, ana will viret I'un e tl.ela. or to \Vtn.Maughh. .>:Irtl.5. nt thu.r who !Imve

W.p! le: a t.tli I.i' dl .o waive, nt present, the exaction of specie primed with the taitt: and stain of an Abolition .I a l.arg Iff IIi,ne.n, an i.
nlerbant ( Ii L fj.r rom his individual debtor. On that 'subject, Society, the man that Florida would! delight next heawin, I intet.din t" 1114' C (lie la.o.iies per- A Seed Peas for Sale. .ailn iaiiueciateiy. V .
'IT II6rr.ar., inanrnt. He I I rt-gn-t to MB the miimatr a n in the V
OIIiE.dj vQhIf! ft4fl if we are to credit the Banluea: they agree to ha\e: ? Can the planters and hardy spirits nolit-c .f the Jcu Company, that unii-$ they unMipporlcd ..t LO :I1 of t U-.I anal While Crun-do Pea, add 1VM.P.GORWAX CH\S. r.. hALL.., V .V .V
e sa..j I
1uth srf) ( a ith the Democratic part Indeed, some that are now battling wilh the savage Seminolcs ; Ihe pn<- of Ice \ull go up lit 6, 8 air 12 Coro Peas. f.>rj alr. Apply lr Ut.,,. DL. vLiAVLVLfl. V
t tIi are fir 1 .. .... JU-'M r. t;. iAt ii iici.'. t r -"P
(:l.rn111.ei .x in Florida, because they have stolen ??" I'r' .l.-.rr.i-l; will :aed'i! him, elf lolurnii.li 1S40 40 _
'flei. .f the Hankites out.Hcrod! Herod and hi Plantation in
the Dutch settlement.
.td f, ; go
stl, l4 U) lJ 1rd their vote lue *ix niontli" in the year lo a-y "f thr V
411 Il4rt4..fl. II.., Ivnrh.law rail and negroes, lorjnm wHo wouia support rat. who will conirucl with hi for four cent April 23. 1S4Q. 29 LOOK AT THIS.
IctJ ly the, Au or ridi.ig on a tirnngmd .z. ns I I, -
for the Chief
Magistracy of this Union
Liri ,i. an 1 ner 1'ouiador n. low asanv oilier pernon will m-l it.h ICE ICH ICE r1CE ICE ICE !
p lllcit,1 ( ,r I fuatieriig! : as isiutilal! : remedies. individual who would! free all the slaves of Q rP
% or JOHN .
the CAI UWEuL.Ti !tIE of
Rahk p irty w. r Ti.ll. bas.-ee Ire Company WM e* abii-h-! T CItZlls! Talihacsee and other*, who) -:
ii fr mii U Jut the real ditrerencc between the parties K this Union, and go down lo his uiquift:: grave j <-ke-8 to be had al CaP tablishtnunt.: TUF. to ensure a coiiFtdiil eupj.ly of'lhi, peer oily desire t-J be furnshed wili! thio refrean- '

ere tti II aiiI j w hat the Haukites: try to blend; and connect amid the nshes and inonMerii-g' Mood-sodden j may Jl 41 __ iry arlile to the c'-nnnunity on r-*-,liable terms.To iII; and wholesome article, are notified that Jose -, _
( a Teasn4. .
$ Weeki drvr dejn.indofspecie/roff /:< with the bones of the gallant sons of this hnppy republic -| NOTICE.'X ** ar.t year. ll><*y reduced the price moro than S. F.IOC3 linn opened an Ice Hotue, wbicb be will !

i : ;. the t ,, tlv daa,. tie ? God forbid A Delegate has niAnlliK afl T lUto. 1 fhall npji'y to the Hon. half at a coi id
ehe rth. hyd roi''l-! Jcmand from individuals. This is the pont pow- Judge of Leon Conn'') Curt, for MUM dihmiHiiory they lave brought on a large ._u>>ly. which they Bo.tnndsxrim. (llie ai'mmer. His; tore iaoppo.it* ..
i in has influence
tuIy < .. t and Ilarr'", parly mak -vhere they split. The Dem.cnis! co itead: er Congress Delegate h a< a-lmmistratru un the E-Ulo of J. I'. ar,

  • '* ? the council- of the nation ; oral a Delegate Johnson, Ule of aid Count v. .Iprna d.CATHARIXr K-UOUSr: !, oral the Dru.r Store of E.UAltNAKD >\ lie nuy be fund at all tirre, between the

    CflIIg1I ta u ei&utit' tui ker hat it is the duty of the banks to furnish a may prevent Florida from becoming a State. : JU1I.V5OX.By JR.& CO. Thi Ctiumpeny wa* crealod hours of4 A. A t. nod U P. ?v! and where Ic.'r.iay

    ,,i i! I I'tJe Crd1L L Vc'ip it II.., 'lictior, sound currency ; that they have caused thojresent Yes n Delegate may present his own land l her> Ajjf.it, P KERR. fr t'i.:'l'C c.MiVi-Mcnce, nd tilt |pub! a' are re- l be had- at llie lowifaprice.. S9 snail 24

    tIC Stat Oui are '1,1W and that should bo'Y stand amid the of May 31 44 u.-ctfully cillrd on ti> ouifnin? it ; or they .iu>tI -
    it hIP distress ; they from.taking a throng stars __ ___ iljuiiJon
    "tOIwt It WI1 I ita&> object they had in view, arid$ the S AN OUDTN.tNCE
    ; vause coin.
    1 Notice
    ; W '
    I'i1 LIke rapidJ-, thit the ee ,f .ur v >:n traiied': ( by the application of the most ( that cluster in the union of the jeweled Inn- persmr.a indcutudti ine, E .lat Of in'in.ty ill future reltt'ii to then old |>rn-i- t>f 6. ((3 To jir.#'ti-it the M'.rt' j of *i< ituwus liqoori to

    ,; t In7. "" tIe' I'teasure of the igid rules, to restore the currency from its )j ncr of America. IJ Florida would Ircome 1JIt.MLJ. d.ccad.I 'ate of Li-.n C.ly. arolier.by and 12 aei'i per pound. Tn-y prop -se to keep snve'! ', fr -" rtjroe* aiimu'atofs, wuhm the

    kind you!' and triulnj) 1 a Stale, she must speak in her own voice i.i r.-unir*. .. d In m .k' pty.nenl. and those Ji.iv.iigcliiinsa2sii.Nt the h'i.ae OjH)': two li.'iira cci! iiiornni where .ii1!| Corpora ion ot ttea "ity of TaL! )*-* V V
    wo tegrs
    l Un.til ,
    o resent deranged depreciated btatc. ;, the capilol-she must bo heard asking for n sii-l E ::4le. wi'Jt Hint I hi.i.aI.
    1Uut duitig wIj &torcjL, a they do so, the individual; debtor cannot ; national existence, rather than praying for nuthei.tiruleif., ; williii) t' Ui.i I pr.-aer beJ by law.lu I lurit nil 0 1'. \h., they. cmi htau|>plivd. at all tiuicf, Council "I. the City ol TnltahaK r, That from ant! :IV:

    s the ubucriuer for or tin* iI1IIIP" will be at liarpiirdV, at ---- cent per pound. after the passive V lhi Ord.n4nce, V V.
    payment, nfiall not b* rV.baflal
    i.id il is bo ho will submit
    'brIrl1 POplJlr ,olo >f Florida net to expected louch separation and ignoble death-she must cry barred. ALMAS ALI.M T'r kf li can be had, ad iuu-1, at th v aloro oIL C. l.r &i.e DrIlifl within thi. tr.1t. aiiI, .. (;iu. $.,>,* :-

    ,. Th.lid4 ,, ue in favcr of tlw AdnBi.ir.woul < ruinous exaction without complaint. aloud for justice, and justice will soon come. 2''8 4 ** Ail'ninAdministrator's lull At' lo aell any pirituoua :aq'Iors or strong drink. ia -

    "There is a miserable policy abroad which THE DIRECTORS. Ies. quantities then a qusrt, to aTe"fre!
    ; Tr" ?"tricUI'M" The people cannot be deceived by the Banktea. any ne. .
    n TAl.'a.aa5oe: !
    give 600 M-y'2C. 1840. 43
    rn.tj 3ID" f roe or mulatto, without a wntten perrni ioa
    *, slId' SoUth & rnti nt, .. They will require of the banks first to would sacrifice liberty for party ; that would % TILL tx .o Id, ortSATUitUAV. 13lh June, from their ownrr, fuaidian or employer or V
    I ,,,, send the red with the blood of revolution V before ttae.t"re t of Eilvvin W. >ucusltfve MK :
    ; till be much d1TtCtIVe Jo their that the individual debtor country Dorney, nuctioueer. The nlockftolderi are requested to meet on free negro or mulatto for each, and
    woulj per duty, may and wet with ihe tears suffering hurnanity in Tallala: .ee. the present pniperly nl" E linoiid l- XVEDNE.SDAY. JUWE t, at the Store f J. B. all,, $r> tnado, undet tbo pentlty of being fined evnrj

    bu for ib. Ad -hen perform hif. The effort of the Bonk to the regions where red damnation 0. Vasit, late of Jctfcn county, deceased, Bull if Co., oo .nipo/tant buniocM. exceeding filly dollar and not kits thin twenty not. V

    StIr jress, and the Bank partisans, to blend the shuts her gates," rather than see a-De. COIIM1lfl: HOUSEHOLD) & KITCHEN FURttTURE five doll.ua, one-half to tbe Informant, nd lbvlher V
    BO )KS. PLATE .
    *. to b { CARRIAGE&c:: PARTNERSHIP. half Ibr t the oaeof the Corporation.

    *. from the idvo uestions, will fail. mocratic President battling against the soul TwniH'_twinunder $30Ca h ; ovei tlut mm, FRANCIS fr LEVI HART entered Scf.2.And 6e it fjjihar ord in dThl itahall V

    ,IIi: "IJre I.Is Loc These questions rest on totally different jess banks, that throttle and tear the soul out a credit till tho I.t January next with approved WM.H.C -p riner bip l last January, 184'), on* the duty of the CaLl Marbaitilbe ahall law* bo

    I p. $4rniiOt,. hero I.e. ii gub Of the honest vpomairv of the country/* .ccurity. E. W. VAS3, tier the ntyle of FaANCia & HART, at tile oW| ft-.nd ca ue to so.pect thin orfflnaaee u violated food licf
    T.1 principles. The individual debtor is blame.ess may 30 44 Adm'j:. of W*. II. FAJICM. WM. H. FRANCIS uaed retailer of tho any -
    7 p"i. that it'wu that 'the CiJy.to report tbs aj io to MM
    Ii It is stated ia the
    it Wrref t the vote. Me$1r. ; having caused the present ruinous state Mississippian NOTICE. Feb. 1 87 LEVI (HART Inleudnnt; and the City Council, who hallat their -

    lhI1llLhl Miii. A" If nffairs. The banks are guilty ; it is their Directors of the Mississippi Union Bank T IIOSEper.ouItu whom I an indebted, are Notice. discretion, have full power to caatW licon* of

    Vuted ,,, Sii, have passed a resolution, requesting aineeting : invit.d to prta nt their bill for payment ; IX week after date, 1 shall apply to th. Hon. any udi retailer to be furfei| ,daod to promt tnjrantinj .

    tIfi dI( l.thg h. fo ag.ihnt the I3%
    h,114 .Orthe ,t tlie Ban kit it, end they must lead in a restoration of a of May next, for the purpose of canceling moat pettfulyjrqueted! to .ettl. th? amount for letter of adaltautralioii oil lb Ul*antyt of- .uchba'grh! ) of time aa may aeon to them fit cut ? SM J&iiE

    'PIhi.i* ,, Dernows.. It better condition of things. They must be the State bonds;and surrendering op the olwr-) of tbeirjiil]** as 1 h tin detaroiintd- to l ar. here for 'Tomer D&isIateot said j bounty, cfeeeaaai.* ** proper. V *. V
    Na., York, for m .) ott "" CHA-RLOTTI Passed in! Council /Drit,1th, !&*> -3
    compelled to-rename, or give-up thiir cbat. t.r" &(*yO y I J.U.LUNN: MayW- -, IS40.- -. I. .tBoMPONt1s.D4ant V

    F .I. -. Attes-Ju.S M.usIsrk. .
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    V .. ,d [___ : .. TV_ -. -r V ___Book- Binding. --V For Sale or to Bent

    LEGAL NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL NOTICES. Notice. wilt continue the above buel- iho present year, section 8, (Lafsrett* aobseriben'resboch'aiu
    HE iuotcribeT
    ___ sold their stock of T FOR: Mloatcd 4 miles North of Tallahassee
    Kobucribcra. having
    -5 = THE ness at the S. W. Corner of Washington ) u. of T.D.L....,, S1
    JAMES T* ARCHER,' to M. SWAM, hereby truest all per- Road which there ire blcgeneraliy
    NOTCE.QIX Squire and Monroe Street, and haying a complete on tho Georgia on pu Out the/ bar* V
    ATTORNEY AT LAW aoiw indebted to them to call and settle the same, about 80 of cultivated Land well feaeod ia. ol lves
    the ,
    months after date, we shill apply to will be assortment of the best of Linen Piper, he ia now acres copartnership, for this| Vrsovaziiiisq
    : i J3 Honorable the Judge of Leon County Court Tallahastee Fla. by cash er note, immediately or same enabled to manufacture Blank Books of ever/ description Apply to F.GERARD, E ; and, p

    .. forleUera dUmiwion u adminialralora of the e>uUtc l"odgcd with an attorney for collection. suitable for Banks, Public Office* Mcr- ap4 38 Port Leon. their patronage, in the ujtllni

    VV V of JOHN A. WiLiJtr iaccaaod. late ol said Office on Monroe Street, in Wyatl'a new build P. H. SWAIM & CO.; inf.and improving of all
    3m ch ants, and others, in single or complete setts DISSOLUTION.THE kind*
    V pouatr. LADDYWILLEY, -ing.-- May ?6. _V St. Mark*. april4.. 1840 Deed, Record, and Docket Books, and all other : Co-Partncrrhip heretofore enisling V be aqnedacu, ewbsakintVj anit

    WM. G. PONDER, J. M'CAXTS, STAGE LINE Clank B >oks used by County Courts can be btained : : the Subscriber in the Tallahassee brandies of. this nil i chit ,

    ", april 4.180 36 Administrators. Attorney and Counsellor at Lav, From Columbus, Ga., to Apalachicola, Fla at sIurt'notice, ruled and bound in any style Exchange, is this day dissolved hj mutual con jo raVent. gces and itche
    Administrator's Notice.SIX Four Horse Post Conches. required, and warranted equal to noihern or any s The business will bo closed by J. G. Williams ; caaal, 4a
    in the Courts of ihe Midd'eTT practical
    V 111S7"ILL practice will be principles.
    Particular attention
    months ailer dale I shill apply% lo the Judge other manufacture. i ,vrho is duly authorized to settle the ame.
    District and iu tAe Court of .Appeals. Office
    V the County Court of Jeffewon County for paid to re-binding old Book, Newspaper, Maga- J.G. WILLIAMS. LLOYD
    at Tallahassee, Flo. tf april 16, 1840 line i Pdinplilet Music Bok.. &c. in plain or Tallahassee, april ||. 1840 '
    'VV pi final eettlemoot and discharge from the Admin A pril 1st, 1840. WM. TAYLOR..

    iatratoribip SOLOMO.X HOWARD, dcccarrd. JohN P. DUVAL, ornamental tinding or to match attcrns. Paper V
    BENJAMIN BARRON ruled for Hills, I cllero. 4.c. NEW MILLINERY AND DRESS By Roer Bav
    ATTOUNEY AT LAW Via Florence, Fort Gaines, Ittalcely Porter'tand of Blank
    -' lie han for sale a good assortment L MAKING ESTABLISHMENT.
    Jan S3 AdminiKtrator.Administrators' I
    S ___11,1840______________ '%TILL practice in the courts ot Middle and Broun's Ferries, Ga., and Irtcinton, Bonks, Letter and Writing Pa per, ruled or plain, of informs
    IHE most
    undersigned respectfully UEREAS
    \Vcl Florida' and Court of Appeils.. Rendence Ala. T it. Uty ssei
    JVoticc. the best Kuled wf deseriptlOilA
    quality. paper every the Ladies Tallahassee and vicinity that BILL miiiis
    Gen. Brown
    indebted of Hrcii near *. 3O HOURS travel from Colum !11! orders thankfully recwrcd and promptly attended ca n.jp. ,l V
    ALL persons to Cflaic jan 25 2tCarniack ONLY Stage 1 I she In* opened a house in the above line, on Moo- of ono Daniel Houck
    deceased, of Loon county, are hereby to New Orleans, in pplendid Coarhc. to. P. A- hAY WARD.Tull roe street, and'betwecn the ttores of Mr. Francis was confined in th s jiof!, Le

    notified lo makc'immediate pajmcnl; and all Lhue S. W. & Jledicus A. Long, n a level and beautiful road alon* time bank of liav er, July 13-tfTi and Mencri. Gorman 4* Hall), where she hopes, t I charge of Rape, has made Iii,,

    having demands will prerenl them lo the ubcri. ATTORNEYS AT LAW lie Chattali-.ocl'co River. Cotton \Vcighinp. from a stiict attention to the business, to merit a and ia now at large ; er

    bet>. duly attested, for settlement. DAYS OK DEPARTURE-[ HE fubsciibor, appointed Weigher Cotton I. .hare of public patronage. I Now, know ye, that I.

    V.'. ESTHER R. ROS., AJn'x. TALLAHASSEE, TLA. From Columbus! on Tuesdays and Frdayf, at in pursuance of an act passed nthu last a.ia- Feb 15 29 tf MRS. M. A. CLARKE. I Governor of Florida RomT

    J.T. DEVAUX Adm'r. 7 31 7 ILL prailice in partneii-hip in the SnperiY 6 u'cloik. A. SI. >ion of the Legislative Council, respectfully in. Tested in me by law do by virtue ,f

    March 21, 1840. 34marshal's T or Citnrt* of the Middle! and ApalachiO'la I From Ch.ttlalioochcc, on the name days and same j I form time public that he is prr-pard to weigh Cot Copartnership.HE I hereby! of

    Dislriis> and in the Court of Apj-eaU. Their lime after the amval of the U. S. Mail Boat from j l t ton either in this city or al the Railroad Depot.j .-- subocrihers have this day formed a co Two Hundred *

    Sale. (hrVe i Is, for the prcsenl, in the new court hou('. Apalachicola; via lols.and n fleeting Forl (;aint. i iPerson" j h His scales are manufactured at the s.ime place as partnership at Port Leon, under time namo for the apprehension of the said

    r :BY virtue of a writ of fi (a. ued out of Leon Ic21 2J_ _ desirous uf going from Columbus Ga. those u>cd by the United Slate generally! anr1 ii of Miller & Rowlc, to carry on tho STORAGE isafe delivery to the custody of

    Court, on the twrnticrhday of May Dr.1ieiIjauiluJ.TaylOr to New Orleano, will find this by fir the ctie.per.t l land likewi by the weighers of cotum in the city of Si COMMISSION( bu inesp. j officer of the Territory of }loi.

    V 1840, against the goods and chattels, elive!. landsand FFL'llS In* i'rol v?-K'iial s-rvicc to the cili- muot I'jpi-ditmus! as well as the' safest and [ New York and hate been examined l.y the Inspettorof Thfy have a large and commodious warehonne, lake charge of him. '

    tenements of Oiauicl H. Thro >p, directed at I) zen of Tallahassee ami its \i i -itnly. Office r I most ronifurlahlu! ttav, a* ii intersects the great | hcah-8 and weihli of.cid city. and pros for lh- storage of merchandize and cotton ; and | The sud BILL, aVvu JACK,

    the FUJI of Alfred Fisher, I have this day levied on al In? father's resideiuc, on the r.oi.h Mdo of \Vsthquare. Irun! >>t\irk amid FioiiJa Line al OhaUaboochei', i ,cd coirert. Price of wei .hin?!. 10 rents per bale.I hope, by s'rict alienlion and prom; lnes in the 'high ; has large eyes, thin ring, a
    the described loU of 1 inJ Lot
    following vi/:- j making: a tratel of I.nt 30 hours by -:aes, lhrougli j I 1). M. 51! EFFICLI) Weigher of Cotton.Tallahi execution of orJess, to giveaitiffaclion ball who 1 from a cut on hU chest his wrists i
    and !
    ? numbered 243 241. C45 240 thorii'na
    I in '1'aiiaia.t'i.) : tIi1 ) :::9 ihp whole route. Tune from: Columbus to Mobile! j < e. ( ''ci. 12. J l. fr ma}* cnliubt business to lucia eare. I by hand-cnfiv. one ear pierced f.r a i'
    of TaIali3t! and s-hal:
    plan of the city on
    ( his Ih
    V 54 hours. GF.O. MILLER car on Icy jul below )
    : THURSDAY, the twenty-f.flh day of Juno; int, Charles S. Sibley For the Pivpricto *. C,' I HE I 1: higiu--l prcnuuni Mill be J aid tot Notes Refer to- JOHNJ ROVLE5.Me I rather Ii :hl, and hair short the ki*
    al the court house in Taliaha>.*et' .i-tween IeaI the Dink Sate Florida ii { very I)
    H. :
    WILLIAM CADY.rh.itt.ihoo Georgia or Angu&td, Betton ts. Fisher Tallahassee s somewhat stiff which
    ; in> pr"les it>!'i.iiscfs! as Attorney ; cau'es a .
    V hour* proceed lo wll I the Fame t. t'ie' h.ii! <-s. Lid- OPFK.Sh I/fe and Trust Soull Ii limp in a-,
    27 if Company, Iii arnJ = =
    h P ::0. & GIVES
    -t :iurat I L" > MI thf < oc!! i- .1 r. January JO. I Berry Dowling, nndcr hand
    dct for CASU, to Mtufy fa d writ a< .Ir.VI ng to law %!CEVIS. A r. in Mi ''die Ti ''III.! I lie! wili tci'l! all 1 V ; Carolmi B.mkc, '.r drafts on Nurlhirn C.ties, iniinmedute 1'o.t Leon, 1.mtm.! I 1'40' 31 the Territory my, tin, ,:tad
    S. H. DUVAL. Mi lul For Sale,
    i applicatioii ja imdiMoUiiUY V __ _
    1ie ( 1V'< :s i V !iM: t e P.41 CV ;
    6 may, 1640 43 Hy M. W XLK-,11. I t'.M. IMND O.M. i.iciiT; i LV\ 1OUt' TIE, :tIurii ; : &DO\VLING.or Valuable lands for Sale. | hundeI.
    Ola V > :M.iniooS're' 'i.in i' tm"d ftrincr1V V at time
    i .a' :Vl c of
    ) l city TaTishmr. --
    'l l I lito hor-r*.
    .fiui! v
    e or puo-criler
    ; ode -1 I.. A. IIF') 't i'SON. Y'I1HE havinjr a greater quantify of
    d by \Via. 'All-tIn l Do
    Middle District of Florida. 4 'Uf'I J' a >k : i| '
    t Port: 1 r..n.F.-b. ::. \V .''i. V'NAL'lMlT.7ECVEV ; _tt. linc! than 'it tlrsirab'e! for hit ? KOBERTRAYJIOSDim
    I ..|' \!aU I owrr cultivation j the Governor "M4J
    1 '
    : > 1(1( f Orange and I.iuic By ,
    COUNTY SLVLT.lOll) CIt ZT.V' Aurscry
    1 : olFi'rs for ale three valuable p'sntation*- in *,Mlutted J.
    "'; [i lN Oil AN CERT ]jV jVeC'fl IV1VIflAT'Ii)1VC1'jTI.11V.) ) S.LKIII5 I Tn: ( 5'n- \a'te t i'ltie U.IVSIz P.anl.: : f Fluridt. FOR NALK FOR C'ASJ{ O.L Y. on Black Creek, aliout th.necn mile-* sims l '; marc'i '2\\ 31Watches Secretary of Fkrju.,

    RICHARD CROOH. Complainant% and IIIV ; ". XL'R LRY. coiitammu: aiiout 20UO Orangeiiiid from Tallahaitco, toritami.i! thirteen hundred
    ; xIUETTA ( j fcjlir I I 1 foUivtinj amendment: to I I the i'!iarer, >
    SMITH EUZABITH M. Anv.t-TEtn. JOHN I ..: Liitn-: Trees, of an :ijc to hi-.ir in acre*. CfX) of u hich are in a high h stpte of t cnitita-I
    ,. U bV1 ILL pr ittiof iu tin C.> !'! JL the 1'iiion I P.inu of F.oridd, u ill U in f-itce for j jt one ir Jcuclry
    and 'her I). ', 1 li'.o 'r-> after lion-planting.! The Tnieri I lion, the rpidu'- : ri ii hammock land wit ii
    CARROLL <> >, iu.u. -. of Hnrnia. 7/ ;:!. i 1st -t it ri."'n t- !..t. ri iit t !; .Jtu! .I'tirti.c! 15th Mat n-'i'. j jt ye lii.'y J I Ilc Subicrj

    Cro s Bill filed llili! Decc..ibcr, 133. 4'* irj U. 1 L'r::/.M.iri1, nVjV i.OM < w j. r 'he inuj* j J, *.ln i.'t l<' .inland an =' t. e:1iezl l an act toir.ror- rat-f-il fpim Clm'reCul.i See ', ni.d a re in a l.eall!>\ all ti:, nrri ,.S.ir}' f.sr:: ;, a n.h !, :! ,, rJ hand ,ey hasontent

    opening the inalU-r l.i the ]fl]. :;< a"a\-! !,>i nd.MAVl :j !'"riJitljf sut> rr.. '! lIt tbV li.i: n UaiI: of Fiori- i' and l irmnn4vili lie ;ieii.ri.it the eroj"s rmi1em 5 uporiths: plar.tation Katir not bin __ (if
    UPON Burn Jutfneof aidtutt 4 L.I ; h if.ni..irel I 'o. u.ll iriMite I;iom *a'Vtv :.! ri I.. i > m a_ id j hv ft'V 't 'lie &Vttimnt ry. A'lothiabout Plited
    ni vber
    fr.\ ,
    i ic.n'a.ni
    *, this 12th day of .May, 11540: l.y C. 4. r1 i'\; )r. A. ;:7. RVt.tlOLI1il : 'j t-e<-. 1. I5r i: en-fii .i 'tv I the Governor nnd I Lei>- ni.nal and trim -n. int.M'/. Ap,>!'y t' Er wiVV.. tie Patm ista ti mitt tim.-a.t fr.i: Tmiiuiiae _. CuiTrry&e, 5ll,

    and L. A-Thompfon, Solicitor.-.1:1! :IJ '.fC'-un-.&) tor; ; N (5 o a (''I V in 'i'n.. Vt la .ih 'SV'! 'r- i lativo ( "mifii i il of the T. rttlort nf Florida, Tn "I if I DoRs.t.1.iuciiii..!' i r, i'i l.Jl.j-: .."*', or V. si. MeMtiiiT ; y .itiMiil 7O) vr -, of rii !i oik an'* htk).:i' I bvoffcr3mnrs.oi! ,&

    V i i4- '.: o ei iiiil-er :eeIc' th'- pi.h.f.lHP \ !l'm t I. o-i. I 14 : 1 !.IHJ wl': CO or 'i l) arrr-n io cultivate and fun"i 't\'I_ ,
    nar rv ;
    '- the complainant} in raid cross bl! n ap;>c ti .1 : any s t x kh' M .> tV. lie t i L i' a t:,e i 5 .e o: P. J II. Kan-:
    VV i: ,_ the Mibjxrna issued again-i Mid Hi.riitta :fi.Cliz.hcth 1 i,, 'I, \li iroc S.: < vt- I 1 1Vf' ifii I It ouiain: a !lo.iti n.oi the )pd! c cf stork, a : ;cA' i.tN's HOTEL. .er in I Hii'tilton: : crtu.'v. aiio.it! : l> n nIefron: Vt V5

    M. Armi-ti-ad!, anti) John P. Carrol!, He.i'endints i ,' \- I' titrinj I tied in the t et.\-iu-i'li *< < !ion >f m hi. 1 lak I .i' Sat :m.le C $ iries, crIit.ziaI'Z mm bout 2iiQ I j WATCh RElAIftL'G
    rQlHEsulwcr.ber '
    4: ? ii.fnrniin
    P3 above natnrd has teon rtturi.ct! 1 J.y Uto I at. to uh.ih 1 thi i ian a nciidtrentfh il! i.t' !iccl to j j !tii" iVuiidsaiid thfiiix'rty ; :mmrm -, a 5 K...H |' Vrt in cut.:tjti'm i. wit Ii farm hou3 I* alti-i.-Jed! f> w.th a* ninth a-.iiiy;
    M. : t' e pjSlic : that I 1. tatrn
    Marshal) ofsa.d Diftini, j. t MrvrJ. rjd D I < t'cnJ- 74..t.'FliMl'StN A T. II. EIAfl.MJR.Tallahassee fI..tSV or pay up J lu-s-.ofk i.otp. f<>r the, *pj"** ot 3J 'has l j.mjr'uma&t'd the Hon-c I !JatIv pencrunv.knuun ; tl.iFLi ;; &.c-( I h;. Liu! iS. of Mi ni./r qi.jii y for the rul- t K s a* a; any ho,, m ti! Southern coimtrr

    ants: above named rrJiIg out of the Jui.Ji'i:<>iioflhis I A t iO1t\V AN)) C'') tIV1S1VU1 .vj,. V 4!''at_ ..afirr tin- >..ini' siu'ii hif bei'nnso li'i. \iir | KIIMO1! riJVQinncv.: "which: irdr: ni: tunnf I cj ir't; co't! -r:. I f fAto II Jj0rP FP.CDEItIC1Tl'wiRAT1EWOITMET.

    V Court and it farther appearing t t.y a&.Javilte L $ !Iiari Mi plcd i d nai! I.*- f.rfjj'J! to the) Inn!., and oiprrniiondanrp} ; has uiderj '.nc thoruiir'li a tract 'if -lt'0 a.-re", at thr ilnr.il !-ride I Io'i

    the f atn>f ctii -
    l in ixniftt is now "l't"a
    ready I" receive and oi.Ul; clip Iu' 1 etter
    1L above name.) rci-idc out ol tins 'I\rnl<>n. > .n of sj.ali ai< me and be aJdi-J to the fca'plus'I k.h.t--te ; hilf of tl.i. fiji t me a rfli 2? in ii! }-.iit i! j L Ring.Trp,
    ILL lam:, 10 the !lust lit'im.! a'ulit- ill:u all tntanevu
    : 7'Si I raim* u. r t r'a,*' --VuiK: (,f tl! eV who mr.ay tai ; eruption Frrparefr
    .t and in tile Stale ot New York, or :M t'ie' Si.t'.s uf .Vi.'d" I>rmstt: it It. :JhIIk.; i him with llicir u/"ii Vu it tt.rff It'i! .r ilwrult t.IV3I, WiUi rcattr I | Jjcol Kalier ;
    : V and AjiiMfhiro; a DMncU f J'io1i.tU | r5ne. > 13 ntunore. For sale!
    "-: Ko.th Carolina : // i* Ontcfttl by tin: Co'trt, .In; Sic. J. Beit furth --nactcd, That t 'han! hr the $ S 1-r povii r !?:.mm inv ;:i Mirti* r FI-.r.da. by
    anJ )lie Court To Mhoknoiv i.t j l7 tr
    of tio d
    4:1 : A. p :t. i iI e liini, > t-in j it ummectZ: V. : RNDOLPI1 &
    the said dcfriidani, Henri Ua .S.nr !'. r..Zj'iL-ii! I j t lulof I the b'l.i.-d (dirorlors. rtl.in ant s-hare T'.t-e tar .'- w it! >t.e di at latt !. rUe |>ue*, aii'l __ LF.lflhI.DISSOLUTION. .
    I! ne-. i :.lriii d] to ;bc': tare v. ill i-.itet with'pr may ry to make ( roa..s.- v. i i I. icU'jr.i: i<, Ui- mjtirr I i.
    LV J\I. Armitlead. and Jolin 1). Carroll. d'i iI''r and, l.c I IV of'-lcJ; afolfsaiil, lo prori-cd to J lh" rane I I r. $-,.iuW!.* r-. d.-, a J f Tj' <-. |ij purchaser'io .
    : lII.VI .ittrijti"?!. Cm PJ i which the Iloute I v\iii i-r l .-pt. To aii .'tJ.r. !,= i
    answer bald Crop* Hi I, on or before .MoinJav" ih< j at (MI Id!p; i.Iftiry to the hirte..t l.ii'.ler, !>cfnrc tiie bank h has only I'm ....I. ai.il jii.Jjt- r oureivcit fV L. I'ju'.u II..I.L Klsin. ri., ,;'j i |.:irf of liteE 5, hIC oj'artiiihijrhtritjfiire exitag a
    fcny : '
    fifth day wl'Ottob.r. 1840ortlut su. Ci..-- Il! 1ztvOttCt. i 1 mg l.'jtiMin t hut l.3' of Tall.ince! u'ler itinjj In: as \' ,. .< jmm.) ..imei't "IVVV 1 thiS Jr.i. of .VjilJeJ, Randoli!|

    betaken as conl*>r>cdH aiu>i the-fl'; a n rliJi ;j i.ij.ytil I TVV1 HII 1: Co-part n. r'! i il Lulu I rtiir\t' !ii:<* !u 1VCC i : i'xln c. !by tiujl'i-ali'iii in all tie papers pih- ; i t- .\A-- :;1v1'l\N.! I ) :" ea !\rii t.y niUtllllcUDMOt.W. .
    V -V
    th-pOrder beingutiuz4ie4 t tv e'tlIlPJItJNI| $ \ -IKly JL WM. 1'. JirVAi.a-d) V. .17. II. I'.UOCK- ; t ii.it'J n: TaKdhaseo. of the tuno and flaoe of 1.4e! : Clnim v. April J .> -if :i1Iu: deUo.3s. W. WADDFL

    V V mti! mat i'ay in the "F orid..ia."' a no.r ;ia;>cr I .VBllOL'fill, has tui-i* t. .%> vi I j. d-i)iI'J J.v ulua and I ll.i- piirrhair l.;.*!!, withiii St n day thereaJirr V .1. 11. lAN DOLtII1
    publicht-d Tallahaf, ani j roof tuo'cwf f.li-d c .1 M'nt. i I i CCL.tc In the l hank < bonds .ii'd rnnrljrajjes zo- ('IiL'.iL' 1 1 o rsi:, SiG.\ A.ORNAMENTAL \ 1 II : i n dV.rpi4tu.-.: > '.erce.ted by ret'i.t ar B.C.LEWIS.

    with the Clerk ol'this Court. i. ii. IjflOrhl: .NDUOUGII wiJ1 rot.tii.u" t.i Iv j ci- *art I lo rorililtith.ui a at.ekh.Id.r, and he PUN'I'INGL.tzIN; (V VJ rivi.<.a.1 t.Itn.11; althr stores Xo. J A C .z-"ee. Alienist 13, 18J9.

    V A true copv. Tot: r< h 411 J at Ap.ila lrc..a' iiI praclu-e in IheApjla- V h.i>jei t !o tin hPinf* ru'n'1.! I C Ui..I iom.! and *C.tnrt"fn. and I'ain-r Iisiiiiig. lirr; 'e Eon- a ;cfieri'ud: w t ] as.m.ie d f: I Th.- bcirisus will be continued by tk* m
    I .
    - II. G. WELLrOP.D.rn oli.ci.'a l i-tu.j in part 11" '.<':*. tcti- r 1km r firm of Haodalph fy Le,, ,
    I : most respcctuliy! inTorrnsthe i I'a ;.r: ar.ii Eae \\ f, ii! _. the
    \ : stairs .
    16th. 1S40. 4 Court of -f the
    y tJtuO C.uk.: Appeals rijji.'ary. aid in J .tri.n a:.IV j i and !tnii-iniln; >, as ire puarsinti-ril, lo an onjK.a! JL citizens of 'l'ai.th.z-i.ei!! and vitmity, that hei Lu-it'. a'i'i Kcr. "*. furntprpartsert&ii.
    V (Iji''len if ccialil i 'iip.u\ < d.JI MocLholdi : p'oviilod. tnat tn'! n-h- and furfei ureof I J. II. RANDOLfa"
    Superior Court fur Leon Cotiinj -.. 1 < prepared to cx> tulr, in tic! iicitet manitr. anv ], Fre-.ch. Wl.iU.er. D: :5Iaii! twiirei lan- ? IT tf B. C.
    N.it 2) i. fchari-s iall! not rail* lo divest! ihe hank of LEWIS.
    __. i opt any ,the
    KOVEMPER TlKM. 4'XJons I m above kr.irirhe at hunt notice, and at |>ncei i k1'-*, I -

    BRANCH w. WILI.MM Cr.AWF.RDj., k TIIOM V :<;AI. NOTICE. lii-n uhich it m.iy IK.VC I.ad en the propt-rty .->! timedcf..ung j Ihich will induce tho-c wan ting work dun* to gut- j Lo*. cl N",'. I A. Oznaburj, NOTICE.THC .

    AS CARSON trad'nit.' ., undrr iicli.ia! Jnjiylc I II Thomas r.altzci; and U'alker Anderv.n Att ,r ; : j-tookholJi-r; iut lie! same fJMll ren.ain j jj him t a tall. Country orders! promptly! attended ii 1.1 j heavy Uut !1i.! n, Subscriber han j-ist received and fa

    ofVm.. Crawl -r.l jr. V (.'.ir-.ri noy* at Law. \viil prv ncctn c<>|>.irtperl ip in t lh f !j l.onnu foi tic: secuniy of any debt he may ov.c the t X. 15. Paints o." a.I coiors IC..i3!) |reparrd a::d i? Rich! Hru---'- ai.-.J -colch Carpet*. sale low for rash) Gcritlcrnrn'i fatly
    V N Attachment 1,3IJ.J1-DJFa.'& $.'> n f'.OD.' SIJJH ri' r f'ouris ot lime Counties of .llTVr-f, Lfon bunk, v. hctl.er a' i>a\i-r, emiir-tr, or, suiety, until !I mixed fir Ue. T. U. CLAltKE.F Pro. e'-, Wui.i; ..i.i I'afted Ru -. .I 13 'jr and Ily-Mi For Huts, Gcntlemcsirti

    V r fTIl UE defeiiUant*, at.d ah wi'n r> :r.i .r..s.od! artJL :- jud.len, Fr itkim, Calhuun. lVC Jackson, amin r I the same s: all; have !'ie. n luliy stfed. I ITo > F i'U tf Fasl.i":. f.- :>r. v. F. i.ucrs.. aui "y** C.ip, Traveling Trun do. Bag ;Tnii

    V 'N,_ hereby notiiic.J of the iu>tit j-i-m of aid tlitf < ourt of Appeal) al I nlUharo.AdHnfH JOHN PAKKIULLCa>Iiitr. II L LL1'S Caned i :\r.df.FcalhiT. .- .- -. f h linVai -e>es. an t a. :;ood as ortmcn C'H>UuC

    V. suit, by aiuichinent, rrturnai'le It :li ; Tcri.if>*r .-. ot ToMini-f 1 Iji7i-ll) | Ap'tLtclnrola.AddreM Ma'li 1-1. 3r Vegetable Pulmonary uium, I M.tIIVVIaIY s% 1t.ran-.r.I! \inel! I' n it tal ready irnJe Clutiling.

    ." said ; and are rq urcd lo appear, and j.1- jd i the L of Vmkermikti' 1:1, Talalla! s ee. George Mitchell, I The reputation i.f Hl.ir.ha! > brioiiiecs-tsMi-,iict! a* .-, .Marasp. jut) Beds tad-. L.CARLTCJ

    : doclaration fi'ed: in paid ca-r, :> the l.iad.rcci*. Joi < 15. 1".5' IfI'resii Formerly of 'Mutcombc, in the County of I IDorset the mist saf and illjcacio'ix remedy svut.i: a en-r aoit- 'iil *if CL.iev Gr.ccvieI1ardac -, rahII.assnt.. .V .v flmj, l3V33.

    may 16 42 3m JO. LRANCH, ALt. f.. Pl'd*. Seed ... V England, or to h is next of kin. I I eter discovered for und Ci.lVr* ?;opj- and Fancy Dry BoolMannfacory.siihssrmher .

    V : Superior Court for te o i r"c"o iiiiTy : GAA'DKN: Hcr'i.in'J' flowtr Feedi-. TI 'TICl i' hirei.y given, that if the said J i I Iiifluenza. Coughs, C.da! A'hma, WliI *tl Go d fine Roots ji,:.| Sles. II its immid Cap T is now preparrd lomusbtt

    V .OVEIER' TERM, 13O. lot of iJul'-ous Flower Rout, a hb.rranh..4j j_ (;. .Jr'e Mitchell, t-on cf Thoin.K and Ann'Mill I Cou, h. i pttinj of Clood, and all atlcctioi.s ol: Crockery ai>d GJ| "S \Vunp, ricklc>, Cataj. JelAl a-.t work iri hjs line, at f.ir prices sal

    Juwao: BRADFORD r*. \\JLLIA.M CRAWT.IVD frri.!.. lull. ofMotcoinbe! : af
    and 1 noiiAS CAR-OV, tradi ?, &e., i.nd v ih jr 5 S I A :ViTjlur.p< ..r P.rKITCHiX Ci4rtitm4 rs l tSi.l ti< al. flionld: : have !el! iui\ ;x-rj' nal 't-j n-scn- j \ prif-enting this u cf.il remedy to the pt.blir, of uhuii ihiM oTor on accmut.ioitatimg !tniH the city Of New York, jiving thcmtlits sl
    firm ; itu full II r< tion- for the culture of fruvlen the proprietor in aui'jori' -ed by a Physician frointthorn at their usual L..w imlue.-
    and ,
    \ hear of and aMrrminf-d
    \ Cravviord II.
    btyV i tn. jr. i: fai.syii. la UTS An.enca, or cy inay s mcllanj wares, tosupply a gcmodsdi
    Attachment t.rettb an i flu\\"ii. Ju"t rcn-u i ai.d for ult either Ihe recipe was i.oi.ndcnlia'Iy! obl-imcd! totltie J\ME F:. RitOOMF. CII.Tallahimesce. altSkin and
    $2>53.15 Da V a eK $,5 000.00. in i.js or their a J apla';ehy applying Morocco. lit trusts lii rrwmi
    rv HL defcndair.b, and al I other-ifse.ud, mo '>.v P..4NDOLPH! & LLWIS. l oiiav!! '>i I"}' letter )'t.t paid. In u iho undcr- that he has u,.cd il lmiiiefod! in hn t-xten- N'.r. 3. 139. l5t'l patronage of those b c'risider tie euimmI
    VVV JL hereby notified of LA! li%tilunon uf i-aiU D.-rl4 19CAKI'IVr__ Mailed, tt.llnn tline inonthif from tie date hem euI. ive practice in Pulmonary afTuilioni, with ailoniliing LeaChes, Lime, and liuir.lIIKd. uf the Mtutheru eianufidurtf. 1

    V euilby allailintenl rvturi iibie to ilie 1rr-n rforc- 71 .VK \i. S.iuulil any pcr..n bo a'Te lu s-c-Jirt a ceitifiratc ofj ertcct. The happy j j romb.nati >n of cpgitalin.ub : !- i.ate rr.tflii'ly' ii.. ha'c? a done neatly and pr.'iaptly.
    raid: and j i I said G'ur2e .Mi't-'iil.* : dt.i'li. inoJer itf remu- tanccf, '*f which it i i-ntiirly composed.an Comp'eteasoitinent fLKATHiiJ.miMbVfor :
    V ; are reqaind lo appear, an j's4Vt io the i _--- THl V ili j MI|> rib"r lliAiiki'u! j 1.i' a FREDERICK FllttPe
    V %NVV docittiation riled 4n raid rjii.e, the law .iin-cts. I / ,- yJ!=__ S -* Fr pal f-' "-T.i:.' .iHcIII !] I' rat.on wi'lbe; piid. The saiGe Miltlicll ifis T peculiarly adapted to diseases of the Luig Gin Bands, l/m c.i, C.irri.tge 'IV| !no s an'* 21 O'r6

    .- VV may 16 42 3n ii I. Iflt.\XGII. A u forPiiF. I y mymntins tii'! rit-7en& I ol \ IR If, '. aim:.1 41 y arn oi fV BJ-. lie cniizr.i. d I Liter, and Stomach. Shoes &.c. ANo .1 c V I This nudiiine has been u,.cd v extensively HAIR for PlaMerr. ,/l! rf which otLr Notice.Tl .
    V srv ,
    V VVL > T. iuiij: --e and inny tl.at'If ? 'i :Jro n C: t'land atmut 15 1 y< ars .ne--, .ni.l the lasi t : they
    Superior Court for JLeou Comity-5- : t to.n bfii to \ o"r the !; 1 Ur tfi: ivd from him wa> Jitt-d at Nrvv Y rK, and the proprietor IMS no; kirjnn :1 x.njjlo u.-ta.cc: h low f rcas'i, o. in e.x lunge f"r hidesat! their Tan IE Co-Parmner.h'p I e. eof.s: exilei.i(
    AOXLMCER TLRM 1640. I carry ) i'itiich il his failed in n-lit f in diseases Vaid. BROWN GALBRAITU.Tailahas nanTei-f-STEWART 4BAKXABD..!
    NV. N. .
    Cul'iiKl on in--J5Ui: of J me l?'Jo, in winh h-ttcr he ex- giving
    ; ;
    Making b-xiint. ml
    JOHN BRANCH, Adinitiit>trat ,r of all anJ -iiTjiar! | i ii \\i-'St F!. rsdas J for \vh.eli U in fiCL.IIIII1CUVJCd ; i-tcn in ea-ts aj.- ce, Ai.-. I ts:'.-* l-tf d issoted! I by t e death or the snioi psrw>
    'VJ = 31SEJ prtVaied t'Mition to tm.
    1 an
    O its vaj. at the o'nj
    a old .
    the chattels I ___ ly 'lainl 1 ind< f-icd I t'.e Era ]
    gotdt, ri.t. nni J trcJr. of { |.ioai hmj lu cr.i.Miinplion, uttc dcd with b'ccd.nfoijllie ; jwrsns are reqiKsritoa1imnssd'ali
    LIt''e' Sutei -.
    : to HI.I !
    fl ol t I'l'---: aini 1 Ki.iolJs -rn 5.1 i
    James liranch deceased" l4ijIfl.1 Le.2,1 i I Notice to Cotton Planters. se.t.enei t acd art} tkuciiplta
    r. \Vii.i UM ( ... x\ ( ; I l.unc, ai.d w Iere all other n ir.cti.es '.ad haying
    J \V Hated tn! lU'li da of Otlottr, I lC3l at Miafte'i"rv.iii -
    < -AiCol. } a't's lore ixlieruhfi 1 AME BOAT" RHJHT'S IMPKOVLD COTTON 'e lie .
    roan jr., and TH .JUS CARS'I&c! tailed, the most decided anJ! flittering surrey Jns.iitiended present ame.F..BJRNXRD.
    S under the firm V r. I'.l' b )h -j'py; l-i rerc.vr '2 roi i>e:. Ki l.ind. > GINs Jr. urrivn
    ands.ylcolVm.. CiJ-Al rd V : ils Common l Inch
    jr.i ue. c lc-s tt
    Carbon. ll.c j.u i'r: {".,.t ratI. Ji j..t i !.'> ir l L. 15r! *>uu', jnd fcirriit'sro IIAXM- & 11 U 1TEII. Soacil. rAnv -. the ff of me ne | H" TAKE t'.iinithod 01; inli.'ir.ii. I iho ?JiiH. Tat a.a: <*ee July 14. IS'-U. if|
    rally i < cl -lrutt"d! willyu
    5 55 V Attachment i.e4.4J-I! "1 f evert den-ription, ma !e in a faiii!<.' s.:Vi! V ."iirtaer in .r alii can be olilnrn-d hf! J.i*. p-r.-piraliy.t, V tera tli..l 1 I hat c tsteL.i.I.m t :i i! a -i.! <>,> n. U.ui.> i.
    V i-na--_ SJ;i O.CO. Id l>j it* iiitlufiice in a fi w hours : when i.d u ID i niches
    R. ( .miih! i. f'ii. TallJiai-. --2! j it.1 Jewelry Silver \fvttgtt
    defendants ind ail othr-rs ; *ulilafiti A l III.1 mrir. an.l on ri'a-'iijaMo tinnand ; t.thuti.m liumtei'f >r tL.1 PMIJIOJ' if fiarrihmo L iitiit v. .1 ti. lt ti- 4Ki- ,
    uurre .eu1. are Vl.cczimr. and 5iiOttc'
    V THE notirli'd of the uiit :lu V of the aJuit.'ty j hf lup_b by rlriLl attrnuon: t' hii..n- l.j nicriliJ K. It L'1,1. *V ('0. Hat: ju-t ie.-<-itcU::' breath, 11 i.'ni-s iIllml ,mLi tie re'ii i, proruri'ig Irais'i'ii iV! mu ri.iks! jima 'e .,n :il I.e tot in.jinneu.i lm. Tl.. im- AL>T5Jrilt !

    N atlacimei-it! rrturnab'e lo ii... Term al' r-- J a- d rt'-eac a Ji'xr.il bljsru! ofl.'ie pitrona ..f ihoU.IC. 99 p r bin-G-neva; and oil; .cr a ittal*, f grii- ri->l Ii nd SleCI., I In w hooping c. ugli. il i isniibout| |1IFV Vf-menl 1< in l.e nl>. w hn Ii \\c.r out lir>t. ? f jLJ' S lluTa JrniCTt ht
    rrai! r inosifahiir.a' !I.. s'vli ibliif I \Viicn time r'hn ut Itt I lie Int / > S"More f:.-n-rry! ocr-jtrf
    V V id-and arc required lu nd ad the n rtmen: : rival. It wear i> [ nn( r-- tieItrlli
    a pi to j a ; by gentle and
    appear. "pe.ali-f pectoral'on, I
    .declaration fi'rd' in said cases an tl.e law Juics. J\iO IJLL'Srf. !' ''Iatk. brovn. ninc'l Vt nd fancy ClothsC'asin ;ieN, may be pivfii in infaritsAitli perfccl attt. pa>.> t root:'), n i>fv\ ptVL ci.t l ht: m.t l Jju.id i rrjvt; : / Wm HW>.ttV. C*. *

    !i may 16 42 3m JO. HRAXGu. Alt.f.,r 1T.T N. II. All I kinds if ('jtii' tile repaired on iIV'' .tm X'. which tliey! UMiiid be pc.'eJ! to m. keup ; Forstieby: lU.NDOLl'H i LtWIS.i five minute b\ 51r11v' ii'Ln.' liie bitdrt a ruu rim ri t si t'fo! lh.-yarciio oraz1.y

    V t) tfIn. ; for >hi-ir' a-tu ncro. They hat mg l h f.i selected fan inch, an.! putting a t emIe uniler < atli >iiic of 4V ; liful a .tir.eBtef: arteLiN

    Superior Court for JLeoii County...- 1 .i'lahjn"-: *" rii.| 7lh.u I '.'3 -tf W41 II reafarc: from th- laU>t Nctv Vi.: k Irnporis -. time Gins, wliu-li will give a new set of ritis.is ood S8rT&3&e& lleirhne.! ?uchu

    tEMeE TE..z. J4IWILlaM ; oj 1i4. j.z;. c 'nnot !ail io p' asc the ir.osl fa-u.Ji. ui. ADEL1'itl IJOlEL.r us t')e first, and s-o r.n, ur il hey are worn out i ii m G0d.*! Lcrer. Aa .or. Cj

    It A. CAF.R r*. V\ ILI.UM CRuror.u jr.j B llE: Ci'z'n: ..f Tui'ui.ti' ) u are requrttcd l > un.inv{ M\UI: CLOTIIINW.3ipeifr.f TIE ummdrrsiird i hcti-i |Urched from Gin. live or six 1lJcpit.! der and Vir!p Watches ; Ricgsas De.YVJSI1.
    and THOMAS (.'ARSON, iradi.ig, S.T. iiiider tli THOMAS DKOW.X that ncK known eMaUish.incut I Ivi 1 vx Ruby. Garoate.c. BrnarLe, nMbcaio.
    keep ? 1 anJ Friction ;
    N firm and ; | .EL clfJir up iiiid L< cp time:' 1-iU uiiJ l-ack ya'J-1 bla k, blue, and fancy colored dra'o coats, ronitant'y on Ro rtJ..s
    Mylc C"rawf- if Catson.Allachmen called the I I''iei. the of Taliaha Cameo Enam tiled paintinsk5.
    jr City in and 11. Gins vtiiich 1 ;
    'i -!1'-&r "ffi th ai.d rub'i! !i. Tin: Corporatio.i Carl* Fro. ks di.S'lji city j x w.urant t.> p'easc in
    V : $1.170.07 Dima"V'OOOO.' hue! b'ck. brown drab and! mixedOvcifMts. >-ve. hate opei.ed time hou-c under tie title oltio every repet. or i.o sale. My for Frit-ti..n: F.liigreeVork.Ear Risand pjM5iMr;
    i ga ruIa.d tho c : StVI % alI I JVU r i.ic I j price
    V THE defendant and all tlu-r< :iu rrt.d.l ai it.NVVV 41! .. niiU it iti rtui-.l( 41! hat all i.llcr and i u'jli.k'.iSf ': Pno. ditli, do. Uc.it< r ilo Mohair do.It Adrlphi Hotel. They are now making unporiuut 1 Uglier Gin l is $1 {.er saw; and for the Box Gin $3 NueJ. as Tc i 5ets.TabIeanJIesentF" '
    of the inti tulio.t ol t'.r e*ni irjrovm| inent anti! and wi'lhavuby' Hit. j Person thijs Sn-r;! PUt-d: Candle Sfccis C4'
    al.- di.. r..pamrs.| w r saw. w.tIiing ii buy Gin for tiers ,
    atta hmenl *'.iei-t; '.I< d t ni the Mr' tt-, early oni.i C*
    V ut-it.by d re.urnali'o: Vi the T .rm sureeJ :<> 1.1.>tn i. of I ill.Mda% $. and on n
    declaration are filed required in vad io appear and j.lratJ! ta tan tup.e< k, T'isrui .'t .itii. r 1 h iti ig i.et in, th 'k.imi; (PI ..idKilniei, ilo. >i ang ed Do.vski.i: ilo j jC ion the properly, whereby tiny will be abc to aecoinniodaln a. All!! or-Urs will be af.eo.teJ to with prompt Gun and Fistois, Cane, Astfl1bmE! P'1tle'Clock '

    ca>e. a* xlie as liirirtr. ofMii-'i is ( ,V> HMH: Cis*. d ) 'I! all colors, tine Uu-.n.ueo, .ctr.mngera vi'rin,! thi. county in n"ss. *. Fj'iy Good*, if. J
    16 42 3 I j'f ;i'i iy aii r.rranjciiK nt iiMiiilV-l t" a!! |
    :n JO. BRANCH.:
    .. N may Alt. f. r PT.In :Uh: < haif I ;ard ft/r ll.thialih t I of ihe c.ty, ai.d it and! F .n v SV.'I.; ett df' satisfactory mnin.-r. Thf Pnr-Ii; may drj.end. Old Gin repaired at the sVrtesl notice and :ntli I Allof whicl. they invite tLeir fiwa* v*

    NN Justices' Court. lioo d tiiii tlic: i-si/riis ge.trJIy! wilt comply: Ken'si: fct JOlla d .. upon rerv ullentiu! :! tt. their es.nf.irts.JOSEI'hI, *' hesl sIe.: public to rail as.d examine.

    V Wliiam II. Mit1icr*, ) In tUrJuivrit.Ar.j Itif (Hi ni'I.? 1 1)ub'.e .i-! ':uiC, brra t-ni C..-t'i ve,'s, Pi'jer.1e CKOSKEY, I ri1r lime plant r to Mi. R. L. EdmonJ. ofCluny Nice t acii! rrpairtuf pcr-ocaliT CLen4elW.

    Vft. V i ml i2C'J, 13, oiuurcJ tic Ci 'ouiri''. Li.mailk Vclut ''o. Plain l Iac!: It ni.il b.uea- DAVID F'. %VILSON.T.eilatafi.e. : for uitormation a< regard* thebC Giim, or: Dec 21 y _

    H Cha'in. ) A. L.K tin dj.! I me fi.-med-lo.: fu cy fi uieJ: i-o. Aitil; Cd. 1C40. 36 any plantar from South C&ro'in! & who has u>edth.'m. Lands for Sale.

    ir.trejtcd l.ir { u i' I 3 Co'ond Va'ci.tiis cit s :.p'-n-ir rjnnl.iy; Fanct For Sale, W. COOPER..
    fKrkor.ii ire ( .1.tt. ni ii'V.
    ALL "\ 51.t do ''o c!' ;h Vel v. t.- Fair faiKt : t NC* tnc Hor. Mar 14 33 tfn URSUANT previoo notice, t *
    ir. e
    tilulio ofthen!.<.v<- i: '11 I \ t'at lianri ft. 7J i'lim.et.'r t'ulky Wjgon. I .. 2*
    AMIIilJ.GMiLK: : ,; l.ishroil.cr GL! ATv do. chmcmaLand Company w
    an : oo'if e.I'm i ci r.mry i liffiind 5- _
    issued Hor do do
    of one e vvttii l.arne" tc.mp
    out Ji slice S.bl-t C" itt. i t41T.lI: i e ''In 'i j AN (; JLcon Academy. ia LU Ci
    AMMLI: i.--. tt. rijy! ,MfiauJ >In qui i y a.d in'iM ivlo <'it sL. Vcl.ei ilo. I. te. ci'trv. the toHowii.g Pine Lands
    the hud Saturday in March nVt. and are rfju.rtd ,. *IIf'I. *. at ttujlJ tjnJ of unJ : WM. ii. Fi'.A.NCCSNoJ.ih. : riiii: Treteim of Leon In TU-Tn Soutl 1 &' $tCt$
    Coin J
    > 'AVEI.I: : & KCID '';r i A s-up'-n r qtnli'"v o Lulics! ? ii:i), 1C39I2a( Academy announce toth > -Ranee -
    V V to appear and plead e ih I.\v ti.r< IF, Le simI ai.Ji' I 1- ni: JAI:, JJ. CJASIU.E: .t (Jo.i'4.0 .; Ti.il'c' r.-.l I D i.i.V''I. Cl'aks.ir PiiU'ic, liut they lure enira od 1:r.'HEETALt. 1 S. 10,23, 25. G, 34. 33. 3-and f"1**"

    S WMIJ! \TIICRS. -. ig ijjc ,ai.i,. Ill), rul "iiurof p.ili.ic! p ttfo..1ag4 < l us J rmnt Ja kV4S ind Paijt. > 's Liniment, and Dr.MoouE ti. take charge ijf the ilaeDeMrimentof in meltons 5. 6. L. 9, 10. 14.J5,1" an4 tIu

    March 5th, 1E40) 32 P ai.n.iT.DAMIL .- tet' ed ut: I %1 I Mere ( avits, i> arK Italian *ik! oo, rupeii V? A CCRTAIX CUKE for ttic: fol.ovti.,.r JUtrfslL -. | the School j-nl cstaUliahed! by ll.eio Town 3 Somih.ramige 1

    NN T. LINCO '.Idd!.. DV.trt.t ', JAVls C. GAMBI.r, 1 nilail d.1I >. : i in., ; conipl.unlr, iatiiihid in New Vorkand in this city. 5,8.11.12,13,14,15,2 .23,2

    S. vs.SsAORACir .''a. In 1te< -Sojii-; [ J.Gir.XTTAX: GA\IL1.E.! I Lit !! a'--J < Ik Pockrt IlandlfrrliiefCo I iiM'd n our ]>rmci(>al lli>*pi>'ilf, and by en incut The School will! open on Monday njjt.in the o'a and II). >.

    ATKI.NCO.V. \\ntr C'"it of Lcori Jan 4, 143 2iTo _ (tin :tn.I Wl.I. a Huirta and ilraxttis Cloth do.js.io j Ale..ical! n >n. with the "reattst jxjssible sueci.>sill Methodist Meeting Blouse. In this rtv aitfinpl tost.ibli.sii In Town 2 Soutli.rsnjreaEasteclio"*'

    Cojniy. ToSprin* Term. Iti40. As>ttmp>i'. Altarhcicnl IMautrts. I!'- C.idpn-'o.: I t xier.ijl!) ) the ful'owinjj! cumpiaints. : Academic? in the City, 'l.u Trustees eat 31, and fractious of l lJ 29 amid 32.

    V for $'j.0. t.V 6. RON S UK .S r. vivi-d l.y the ?ihoourr ; OaklandPii.ltdt1; hit imd'iiUf'rJlne Coot?, I F.T the Lutes, I Tc'htne' in the chett tm lie ty! appc.il to the pride, and invoke the aid of In Town 3 South, range 2 Ea.ctslectieIIL

    THE) defendant, and nil Others nilcrc.lp I, ax- J',- -j'<< Hankt-y, frnoi LJjliiaiurc; arf H-JIV ready I N. jjn 'I'>thir.s oj .ill de-crij'iioiis.: | For ail lruIpy, j c&pu'uaim'y; in chi'drun. their fellow citizen-: they lru l. that while flout '(arid fractions of 5, 8. 13 and 29. ,,

    V nut i tied ofthe ii'S'.tniion of | pp a.V.v i. l
    V V uiy Bnd are requind to plead to tinU.cUral on I 1 I.H HIVITOX.jlO l.''. Fjr'Has..Mem t soft, bv Cancer or oll.tr tuiiiju* por L.,7&. theism, the miiar>itant of tfc Capitol of the,1 31, 3233,34 andfraelionsof l9,20,27136. ,%

    j in y>e same, acturding to ihe tUtutc in *u..h iici:. 5iu silk, wo.kn1nmno, nnJ Cotton Ifr- I l o: L2..Lt3 however obstinate or Territory will! henei lortraid mamfekl a more ds-t W
    'J'i made and ser ;. voted n.UTrH t The who> of Town 2 ranjtIcepi 1
    provided. .O I mrce- Lc-i ('liurcstsi:1! : LUCE at ; ('ro-jp, 1mm taV iu clierishnug their own city inilL- Soctji,
    JAMES A. REiil IoimL; Clotl-s, f\issimer'- Szitir.ctir.! .Ard Yin 1I lions. I sections 25.26,35 and 36.
    HELOT. \\ ( ou"li
    ii.1.'pn Fre h WoundTlure
    :;:i. MarUf, or P mit Leon hy1IIILT& -,
    m&'ch2l, 1640. 34 An'y. fcr Prff' ">! all! dm.-riplm -u- 17 if.. Time schola-tic year will be divided into lou r'' At2l.5t1a ,l.5O1teradreIPTerritory. curreBl
    M Li1t.: : I arm, many thon 4nd rerlirieatcs of the,
    For Sale.QUAIlTF.il esions of eleven Meeks each
    and Lime .
    : followitij I
    V I1NHE su1iieiibtrwihe f> toll vnital1Sriifi ,. KLI-IOT'S COR.R \ cLIJ:. SKCT1O.N first limos' rt-rpcctat'lo end authentic charactir, many of oftumt.on t forpaar'
    r.lo Loud', rate iiK.iwet', to be paid iu advance lo These Lands offer advantages
    S 'V 5'. JL TRACTS OF LA Ml nt*r hu u 1j I ILLI: > rs pL.iiTtu i-a e. n mi.-I! w.ih.I nlualil two mile norlh-wert of Tallahatse i vihch may bo examuiud here thn artiLi'e i. sold. the Treasurer of the Board of Trutecs. C cultivation and superior Timb.

    'S N PJtnUrs desirous to retain llfir! capital i.i ,,nr -a--' ur.c.unm >ui'i"c b. A m.d whe: c r. r it jh-i' : Apply to I/z i It other i> used as an external application aid for many Orthography aod Reading'! S Cash payments willoo require ft ka1t

    cab S accommodated with nioh aiitikfaclorv cred cu nuro.luciJ, has dcd LIe u%e 01 oincrre.uctlics I II. ccinplainl enumerated: in tin wrapper IN sections. AT
    VV super J. HACKLCY.?: considered The above iv Jib \Vntin and Arithmetic, 10) and smaller fractions of
    V it. V ROBERT GAJ/BLE. for ll.e cut e ot Jol n!>. ii'inarkably erll-ctive; but for the i'll Ia1i nasal tI
    Jnlt S"). Ii39. The above, with Grammar and Geography and I IHistory. over these may tx made on the
    W.aurp! e. JefTfrnon. Fl*.. grfih Nova 18 i9. A fuwapplicanoiis Mil i entirely remise tic larg ; V U has no equal and the agenti are now bound to l-4thiiicahand 1
    V and FAINTS OILS AC.250O rt-fnud m all 12 J Company; thil if,
    est crrns, preteni further pain. il dock not cure.
    Aotice.HRTY.dsy !lts Wliilc Lead i in oil kr of 100 ITTs L. 31. Cooirtoc The above, with: Greek and Latin, and General for payment oldie other 3-4ths-
    \IZ: :: : Puce 50 cents per bx: wiLl Jirr-ions for in n &. Co. Prop.ietors. For sale by
    use suiUW"
    p ,. nfird t the undcr.i iifd Literature 15 ( Lands in Gadsden and Leo .
    ui'l For bait in Taijhhb| HI the Drug ofIM.NDOLPH ai.d 5 |ll l><< each-Lin*>ecd oil. Spt*. Turpentine, "io7 RANDOLPH 4LEWIS.. J
    V WpIy to the of the lore i'rencli-. xlra of 10 for cultivation will also bo sold a* scation
    : ... ._ N VV Judge $ Co inly Court of & LF.V1<. Bfo l.es, Ac, and Window GljMofvurioun kizc-. charge ,
    # Sonnlj, to have her doer assigned i her Ill Mty la.h. 138. For aaIc! Ij L. CARLTON By order of the. Trustees. to John Camochan, Eq atAp
    V V the E tale, bulb rroj and pcr-onal.of Joseph Mil 1 IU.NDOLFII fc LEWIS. Merchant Tailor. A. M. GATLIN, the Subscriber; and settlers w iLl
    V LL iW
    i J.rf0fud County, decca,eJ.( .] Briber|Jer.un.will having rlaims against; tl.e S.'bL April 27 1833 Sfrtf *\XPCfQULl) pcclfully inform the citix n$ of march 4, 1940 3? Secretary and Treasurer. purchase of their setllemeots; prorided
    pliste them
    V sprii24 t9_ESTHER B. UOSF. for seitlfmcnt l.c prtstnt immediately V y1/ of TallahiMfe and its vicinity, that helm;55 their arrangements within a SUZtibI
    as will remain a short lime CO-PABTJVEBSIIIP. liny.
    inTalUlu the CoP'in
    returned ( Former from
    toils New York with a fre h of purchasers
    V NOTICE. ce 'or the purpose of keiilin/hi* nusines*. rH llR hu'l crlbrr h KB retried into partnership Chubs supply JUJ Bales Hay, at private Sale Apply to aro
    V .imr V with their payment
    VV JURINQ mr absence from Fler.d,. Barton C. .nn 4 22 j. j. BIRGL: JL under the firm of J. B. DULL reii and fabric,eatings which, of he tn pledges| new tilt lo march 28 t. \>'. DOKSEY, 3. Berry Row quested arrears to settle with iho Subscriber

    V V Monliccllo.ismy ni and atlor- Copartnership.fV -V- carry on ihe busincs uf MKKCEIANT TAI those that call on him to hare wads in the Txventj Dollars Reward. Carnochan during Lime
    7 up
    JOHN F. LORS both in this and the season.J.
    TUCKER t-lare of
    r'evv B.
    lhi city nt wen fashion. To pleaub the TOLEN from the Subscriber the .
    J1B26 HE subcnbr have day entered. into Y gay and f tidiouu on 17 Hi of the C
    < rk. Arifingemeuis hate been made for Las1
    JB commission a cot 1- the SuSfccribcr! has employed R.R. present icstant a SMALL MOUSE Agent Apalachicola
    parlnrr l.ip as peneial and forardin t : and full of Cloths Pilgrim, who COL
    V UaiOD flank ; merchant*, under the style uf McNau hifc slant and i iip.Iy| C' *snncrf.<, Vest* will fire hit undivided auction to the Cutting: OURED HORSE MULE about five yean old Office at Mr. E. Barnard's* TallakaJ8-

    S AT mMtingol He Board of Directors, on the Onuond. WM. MeNAUGHT. 'njj I etc. and a large assortment of Ready Made'lothii'g Dooailnient.Tallalusitcc. The said Mule was taken off by a negro fellow Jan 4 22F
    they are now
    lo V
    of April 1840. the f,|lowin, prepnred accommodate Oct. SQth 1'83. who call himself William Rose acd
    reo1uj m JAMES O1L31UN1J. their cos:omrra and the in says his ma*, Strayed
    public ,
    td.pt. d article
    S jraa aad ordertfd any
    V S ".I4sd, Thtt, the ahares to be of publi-hed-sit Port_ Leon Jan 0. 1840 26 <-nlfd! foi in thn'rline. One of the partners, Mr. Notice.2..LL ter him lives "M Bullock Couny, Georgia; carries with ROM ; plar.taiioo about thr' iW'a

    who Stockhol fVf, V Wai'e! residing in New York will indebted to Groaoc W. GRANT a pass for twelve months to hire himself as UORSJ31U'
    enaUe pertona BAY
    aiIbar. b default for Abraham, Spanflcr 1 County Count, (Leon.) iovs. them I toeiccaie young
    NaL.i. (or thirty dsy. prk'P ilitelost on .Sto ck >atiinpiu Summons ad j re- all orders promptly and on the mot reavonabletcrm are requested to call on \V. R. IIACKLEY, Es i-' watoner, sod says be has a wagon and team f I lar mark. oily too liga of tie pit.

    )ty led, bs dctard Crfe&ted to tIe, l8ih day or Henry \Vjche. )pondcndum for f 500.Retuni. *. J. 11.) BULL and settle their accounts, bj (he l5lh of ApriL his own, which U all a lie; the said fellow has a I t been worked about two weeka. Ja

    in oonf.raj ty HE>EY WADE All accounts not paid by that lime 'will bo in ear over one of Ins eye*, appears to have been eat ec.'eed. besid aAddres.
    with be proviiloas ** aWfljnnt to Spring tarn, 1889; dated Der. 6th, Iti.t9.IE ; put with will be iidiy ,
    1.t of the PIO of tho Ch ;r. TallahaxeeNar. 17.1858. 15 auit. G W. GRANT. a knife, and another between his thumb and I & 1.11cr 10 St. M'L .
    Pack of and all others interested pren.
    [ defendant
    FJurids are
    snide by Uie marohJl 34K1RKMAN fore-finger also cut with a knife; which Land rot
    L41gl.I&LiV. Coun'il, notified of the institution of aaid utitby GALLIGHAN'S VEGETABLE Febt 30
    sccipte by the Stoc hereby V V recollected. Any person Ukutf th. said Igro and

    PO1d fVOtb BSV It thr Last cene 'n..t 'A. attachment, and they are required to appear FEVER AND AGUE.PILLS, ; ABERN TBY. & HANNA.OOmatiMtoB Male, shall metre the abor reward, or tea dol FLOVB

    thai horeaftr. the said previsiojs b. adS Dar and plead) to the declaration filed lo said cur, accord certain tod luting ear* thicdimae. For Merchants lars fcr eithar. It belwred ho win make.ftti'Thomawille r iSt1Vid i las CIds'. ;

    casst.f.'It.p. inr to tha sUtutei io lUcia. eaao mad and pro. A tale by V Aev Orleas.a Gan or Nftwaantrille, C. Florida. JUST low for cash.JAMER.

    L. RUTORH8. ridad, 3. D.. WSTCOD1'r. RANDOLPH, t LEWIS. Refer to R. K. Call, and Henry Bond.Jnn. V JOHN ISLER, B aJ$3UV

    p $V $ S Auittt Cashi., mat 8 61 Attorney ofPlsrntt a. Tillabsate4, April 14, l8. 3 IT 1833. 24tf fs25v 3t Seven milee Mat of Tallabaejoe. TaUahasssMafhl fl',