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: June 6, 1840
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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-" I : '.peE& ti. pipir. (, wit rolnntary the Good lettem effects Simatariaa.published of tbeiS.SirfffirPAT8 .. -. .:BJj."I: I B1 -t.I' 11o.l '' )" N. a_. ..' 'baM era,.to-co&jte-!"t.Ita).Crotenuaes. *'" ft"f.. ,, ,'.'

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.. I l who hare perused the letters aboto rcfer71 "LAissEir USFAIRE.: refuaal &ii1b aaa" .I 0'tbeirHc

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I tb tae that no inconvenience any sort rnttuILteiThOflEWAf WUZB Wt We'': .: b1I1IOangeTO1t : '
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_ i bat that the patient, without feeling their -- 4 S 4. 1 influence prirftdcng bur cooatr/ and teerted, .
a4 : I ii universally left in a stronger and I National Democratic Convention.TO ciplcs of government and ,policy,, indeed, I citizens, become borrowers from '.*noth-i through the povcrtC money.' l.Canr:we,Kave

iUteoNiealthlhinKMeiperiencedprevious of I iTOLEN (rim the Subscriber on the 7th inst. those who DOW take upon .themselves to speak country, or its citizens, for purposes- cot com. stronger evidence of thejcxntonca' of that in*
bting afflicted with disease, and in all canes S at Fort Macomb, on the Suwnnnes, a Urge for him and be fluence,and of this disposition to exert it i thaa
- to .ufliring, relief obtained in I few Skin PockM iSook, containing about $JOO in THE PEOPLE OF THE U. STATES authoritatively, to the expounders mercial the consequences are,wholly differ. :
lral Calf .
ItO(' and a curo is generally effected in IWO or Union Bank: Bills, about $300 of which in $20 [ElcocLU.] of his principles have publicly declared ent, and tho truth, that the borrower is ser.vnnt we have nlready.gh on., When-.foreign ban.k

ojIt hur .. I bills: one bill on the rlanlor and Mechanics'; that ot. all thft'exciting' questions which to tho lender" of money will be found to :rs call upon th&PeeraLGoveitneotto*

In of F.VEE of every description, and al Rank; of South Carolina ut Charleston No. 1186 We arc not alarmists. The cause of the formerly agitated, And etill agitate the public hnvo its application as strongly, nod much endorse for the .States; (' this ,Union,..and,

biliouS c afecionl. it is unnercmry for are to nOW Sly also a check (.n the Union Bank for $120, given by Democracy has nothing to gain from the representations mind, his opinions "unchanged." more dangerously, than when 'dependent threaten 'them. .with .a. srjapension of thei ii_

et. u the LIt 1dEDICTNEI and Ci|'t. II. H. Peyton to J. Paterson, and endorsedby of imaginary benefit to be de. We therefore his relation exists between credit, in case that endorsement ia.not procurr
o uht admitted to be the moat pceJy Patterson on the tarlr-tho chock had been toin may, justly appeal to citizen nod citizen of .I
Ilnrlll! ctl rived from the action of Government or to ed, can we measure tho'influence which M
di5SaCpOftIhat !! former and the criterionby the ;
ra eziantin all in two and pinned together. Also two account course opinions, as same country.We
.111 delua Llri MEDICINI are a/e/ / mod cxcell'ntj against the Government for $82 each, certified by lose from similar representations of sufferings, which he is now to be j-idged. He stands are not to be understood as condemning exerted from the'same :quarter :.over :private

. *To; oj I' Liver of cases Bowels where patient"as h'' .Alexander! Waugh, A. A. Q. M., and blank receipt equally imaginary, to flow from the same confessed as a supporter of the most obnoxious in all cases, loans between country and and corporatedebtora in thu country;! iV ,

''D proved forward in bundredl, and rrqoealed that their ePe- I Ithem *, signed one by Jacob Hart, the other by. source. The people are, in effect, the Government Federalist measures-the alien and sedition country, or between the citizens of different If then. these influences of a foreign .debt,
of 11. Watkins
t1of' biTe coma be fur the John Clute.1..0 a certificate Joseph of our country ; they arc its sovereign are an evil to he depreciated ; if our :expansions .'
might published I a discharged soldier of Company K, 2d Inft. h\vs, and the standing army of the el- countries. The demands arising from a state.
in"akilJ their operation in such case, and their will i.t its law. When of credit at home havobeen excessiveand
f rinr. In we
der Adams the toned doctrines of and
of of
.. 'otolor. Also several other paper accounts, 4'cA ; high the war, perhaps other great exigencies,
ef the Stomach, strengthen
Iii \' restore tone and invigorate the general reward of 3100 wilt be given for the thief and appeal to them, we do so under a deep con. youngerand the administration of both. From I frequently render such loans, by a nation, in. require to,be chocked and it both are ob.

' the dirulite nsof the organs wholo body. and thus brcomo to pocket book and content, or fifty dollars for viction of these truths, atnl tin equally deep both he received confidence, and favor, and dispensable, while the transactions of commerce jects which called for the serious consideration

'IfLo( [1hsf i; s,(for they arc perfectly adapted 10 each) either.at the The Bank.payment of the J.M.check\2c1 has liron TOSII.flopped consciousness that we appeal to rational, in. from both public office. If other proof of his are constantly creating credits between and action of the people of the countryto .

Loet Ill jntaluablo means of preventing disease and April ',. lHO 40. telligcnt, patriotic men ; possessing judgmentto I Federalism be necessary, it will be found in commercial men of all countries. In the first which of the existing political parties, are
health. discriminate between truth Bud falsehood: they to look for a remedial policy 1
ell fr.torlng of t tho) head, whether accompanied DISSOLUTION.Tfn ; the position ho now oc( pic9- as the sole can. class of cases, the war must be prosecuted,or
ed 151fl0c110n8 firmness to pursue the course of principle, didate of the modern for the the other The universal 1 suspension of the banks. in
and giddiness or marked by the giiev- : firm of GORMAN HALL & WIIRATOM in Wlig party, high. great national exigency met, and the
el.r withpain. Of impaired mental energy; in pr.lpi- day dissolved by mutual consent ; and unswayed by prejudice, or passion, or interest, :lest oflice in the gift of fhe people. relation of debtor endured until returning May, 1837. met Mr. Van Buren at the

.rI tsticlamnity. heart, flatulence, loss of appetite and all accounts and notes of llicirj, or of the luto firm and integrity to defend and preserve those I Relying, as we do, :or the success of our I peace or renewed! prosperity, shall have wipedout threshold of his administration ; and from

1tngth. and the muliplIed' mptonHI or dior- of Gorman & Hall I will bo settled by who either of the constitutional rights! upon which their lasting ', cause, upon the great principles of constitutional the debt. In the second, the operations of that moment lo this he has been laboring assiduously
\ eblionTHE LIFI MEDCINESi bo found partio at their uldnd.. These ) have: un- I foundation
0. fVwMlbe mOt salutary I clficacy.ConBtitulionsrclaxd hcttlfd accounts are requested to call and nettle the: : prosperity so safely repose. right and poptiar liberty, we do not commerce are anticipated, and ordinarily depended to lay the for a more

o weak, or decayed, in men sama immediately. I. To that people wo now appeal, and, stand. I t feel called on to make a direct issue with the upon with safety to balance the ac- stable basis for our currency and business ; a

women, are under tho immediate influence of WM. P. GORMAN, ing among them, desirous to submit our acts { supporters of Gen. Harrison on the question! count, and terminate the unpleasant relation. foundation equal and just te all and resting

'yI.I TniLirt or AlEDiciNES, Old Coughs Astbmab, nndrnncumptive CHAS. C. ALL. to their calm reflection and judgment, we of his claims to the title of a Hero. \Ve i To no transactions of these classes are of upon the Constitution of the country. .,It ha.

habits of, are blood soon, relevcd. nnd speedily limbsCUjf 40LOOK GEO. \. WHEATON. entreat them to look well to their rights and J cannot, however, but remember the expressed our subsequent remarks intended to be applied.A any not been the object of his o9lKY, as ,is ,falsely
j May 2. t IE-JO .
interests ; to guard the elective franchise, as ef the that him different alleged, to destroy credit safe and dependa.
| ] meet the happiest change; and the apprehensions party support very description foreign loans
.i ee 1r.fluid will become rich and balsamic AT THIS. the sheet anchor of their liberties ; to protect j uttered by thei* great leader a few years and foreign debts have become common in our ble; net to overthrow the banking institutions. .

.liJnlery te be covered with flesh, firm nnd I LIE 0:7 citizens ICE I of ICE Ta'lal.assee! 1CE.jr and! oilicr! 0-, who themselves from imposition and falsehood and i since, that the ehvation of a Military Chieftain country, and to these it is our wish to draw of the country, but to spare them from the

' halthy.NervOuldi80r5. kind and from wliat- may desire to bo furnished with this refresh. I as necessary to this great object, from hasty ;; to the Presidency, would be of more fatal the public attention. We refer to loans made management of the puhce revenues; not to
onne fevery I and wholesome article notified that JOHN and undue excitements, artificially stimulated, 1 i and famine." institutions criple commerce, but to give commerce a
arising, fly I.tfor! the effects of THKt 1 ing are tendency than "ivar pestilence, by banking either to relieye them
w. vet CUD and. all that train anilrtjefBndtreniour8 I S. I RIGGS has opened an Ico House, which he will and attempted to be supported by the powerof : It is true, we might question his claim to a selves from embarrassment caused by improvident standard of currency so far ,as the actionof
er" ifgMCTCTN'ES.: which so dreadfully thewel" keep rihlanUy f filled! with fresh supplies from I I money, not the force of truth.V 0 also place i ii: history is a great military leader; and expansions in banking, or to enable the Federal Government can do tt, which

ell'I tb. sedentary, and the deiic.U, will, in a j.I the Bo Flor.di.in tuu,:durin Office the ,summer.Monroe His street store, Tallahassee is opposite, j, entreat them to look to the conduct of their ;''on this issue we might call for the universal them to extend their operations beyond the : shall not disturb it by expansions end contractions .
i irresl
l)0rllinicbofuccccded| by cheerfulness! and P\'cr I: here he may be frond at all time, between the representative servants, and see whether, in ,Judgment of his country. Acts should speak limit intended by those_ who granted their dictated: by private interest and mon.

"II'it. for"weaklier ere of health.*, deficiency of natural hours of4 A.1.. nnd 8 P. M., and where Ice may I the discharge of their high duties, insidious I for themselves, and most especially military charters ; by companies and associations, to opolizing efforts ; not .to suspend. trade, but
tlrn.lh. fIn had at the I lowest price. 59 af/ril21 approaches notjbe gradually making, if I to restore it to a healthful activity, and
, and relaxation of the vewcl, by too I may : exploits, and the General who requires from enable them to monopolize an entire branch
nteof the passions, this medicine i is a b.ile, Ilouscto nen', not upon the freedom of popular elections, at : his subalterns \heir written testimonials to of internal trade, or to embark in some enterprise give it a sound and stable circulating medium '

n, and invaluable! remedy. For the balance of tho yiar.-A I least upon their efficiency, as the first constitutional -j prove the.wisdom of his conduct, the fict of of questionable productiveness, and to sustain it; not to dcress the wages of .
Those who have long resided in hot dimatll'] U I I convenient% two story Dwelling House, I under our State and his the labor but to afford the honest laborer full and
systems States
step in danger, or the value of his by of the Union without the '
presence ,
t'leir whole!
and are lancuid and! relaxed in system! ; :; : \\ii| a good garden, stl.iated on L'tfay- I pro. constant employment at* fair and to
nd may-ukoTiiE LIFE AJFDICIVES: witl the liappirM ]! i_____ pIle tlrret. For .further particulars National, in carrying into execution the popu. I services to his country, can scarcely aspire I I vision, by taxation or otherwise, of a safe and I him the for wages his sweat- and

UIi ffcctf; and persons removing tl the Soullicrn i..' Stalls or West Indies cannot store a moro impor- '' may 53 43 (1.LOST The course of tho Opposition in Congress I:i the fact that doubts raid questions surround his toil, in a currency upon which he may
article health and life. i i --- ,----- ---- --- loans.We quietly, without the fear of finding it
tint calls for the most serious consideration of the sleep
j' i the military reputation of Gen. Harrison 1 think} we are not mistaken ia the as-
the GIIUCK.OSTiu i
The following cases are among re C"lt dross in his pocket when he rises in the mor-
i, ippl'cflcctcd, and gratefully acknowler'd ::>.\. tie 1'f Tailalir-M-o, a few days sinco.n CI eck j I people. Charged as that body is with the | Did they not exist even in his camp, and. sumption that all the early State loans were
IIIII rU lleifoiiii brncfitted: 'I 4! C'iI i i the Cii''I7I'flS' lj? :.'; o(f Nv Orlr-M-! diawn I I guardianship: of the great interests of the 1 among his most ra\e and efficient officers ? sought in our own countr'D1cn.Ve believe ning. Such is our'policy, and. that of the

of Jamli, C.'. limit, New Uim-! Oranjnr : '!"y Mij Charlie AIu|"' -. 111 t:. .:r f ti. Oui-r.l. for the have I Administration we support.
Case country, country a right to expect I Did they not reach the Congress of the Unit- also, that one of the first acts of the borrow-
>oiitv.; N. \ .- A who it will devote
hole of lafur, n-i'' a hid j jiv. E\;j"'f- made rnj,!ie! to Win. I 1! I !err';, k by Oxnard), andt'.1'hI i'utton'l'd j ; compoce them- I led States, and, at a time when the transactions 'I hg: State! \tas to establish and set ap.irt a fundto these important subjects, we bave already
111"\d ; solves with undivided attention and unrcmited and the of information meet the interest the
and niaJc' recent
iCk rdeffrill! iho U"I' 1.r llif j i.i <' M j -I- ., ( : pdyable were means payments upon Silence
'cines M.d in less than line"! :'i ,-t t'I: IM.'! >uljcured. t 'J 1 Ii? heck i i" i n-nlcrcd iMier .fior 3C;, niul! \fI.ran// zeal, to tho execution of that high and responsible full, induce the Senate to refuse him ,' money borrowed. This safe policy prevailed declared we can say nothing. ,pro
\ order
.. (Caf rrjiorter1, with a \\'o-'J '-nr.t'. i u j, rul.i-j nti in i ten dollar U. S. Bmk Bill. Tlc: : : trust. In what manner this just cx- those honors which were unanimously award. I for a series of years, and until deleterious examples fo'ind and unbroken, is the at preseit

fl.I"". I niw pamphlet now in rrr 5.) pJJli1'l-nt' iic! ('IN'k has b 'cn i-topped, and it can I peclntion has l been fulfilled, will be seen in I led to others with whom h his name was asso. proceeding not from the States of the I' resting upon him, and already expressed our
eof Purcell, 61 'I' :ie of eo one: but the owner. Artwardf to raise the latch which closes the
Tlio no u
C eflr. year.f: T > ai-y inability
:; the history of the present and the three j dated ? Did he not leave the military serviceI Union, but from incorporations: the creations
i preceding
aipifflicted 18 years with in! hs; 1 ;-_ ,,l I"r wuenlirely cured by taking"wclml. pi!,,u ;\ivreJs. at this om! 'r. 'Z'j np'n'JlAOTSC I sessions. Its proper deliberationshave : I of his country at the most gloomy period of a of the State ard Federal[ Governments, produced Of upon the favorite policy of hb party, however .

Cue of Joan Dmhon: .\herdee:, ( '-rlicmmtifra : been perpetually disturbed by discussions I desperate war, thus making his own act, and the change, the consequences of which we
;:. because it this ancient -
five 'earl-i. enti!ry! cured-lia" used tl.*- !1 I having no relation to the subject mat- the time chosen for it, a confirmation of these consider so fearful and alarming. we can speak ; party
Sub.--cri! er.olVr fjr a'e the fohto'in! ar (
: f JJC > s its existence from the administration
ck Life Medicines for \Vorn-b; in dil.Jrln. and found i Jl ij ticks, low fur r\sn- ters of legislation before i if, producing intermhablo i i doubts and questions: 1 To General Harrison The Bank Qf the United Stites was the dating -
I of the elder Adams, nnd never more
lid Jlirnrji sovereign rl'I.I.I' j I Cognac Brandy lii haf! pip"! and qr. ca'-k'J delays in the transaction: of the pub. we would render strict arid: impartial justice, first to make the standard of( its credit in London apparently
Cut of Lewis Altil-]>' tindi, ) ('al! Eid'11t (!hchrI I confident, since the time of his defeat -
e. Kvrelieved by a una'i' dose I Holland Gin in bb'.n.Vhi'k : lic busincs, and embarrassing and postponing nnd we propound these inquiries because thehistory the measure' of its business in the U.iired
pi -now entirety j b! than at this moment, there have been,
free: frjmi it. i iC !. \ "yi" ordinary and indispensable measure, essential I. of the times not only suggests them. States. Other leading State institutions the I and door and unsealed
Tardin lips.
ICC of Adon Am' -rjri'il of a f0't in Itl'rall. F'Jur.1..I.Ii"u! ( to the common defence and general welfare but furnishes a positive and affirmative an- followed this practice of evil tendency, and now are, open new
This then would create a National
fcViinale dyfpep, and general debility. Cern, MayManiiaiien I and clearly demanded by the expressed si\cr to each. Will his friends reply that we I none of the incorporations which once adopted party, -
Cite of Adah Ad.inn, \Vindsur, Ono! rh.L'inatinn. Bank, with the vain hope still farther
and Cod Fis'i' in libl wishes of the Nor these the candidate I this standard make their interest
.gravel, Ever iritior.s.. and general tnrvmihdcbiii'Jiad I people. are are proving their not to be a miliary II : to conform expanding our system of excessive
t Boxen Pickb-s in quart jars worst features in this of I to it. Thus in the present
reIf' been cfrhed :-ovc year.va..-* ratJ! ,, .. picture degenerate chieftain 1 Be it so. Their inconsisency a change value of credits. They would not only i increase the
If'i froa'hor bed by taking one !box (If1nl.s and, :botoofbifttn 3JO: uh: Li.-ii. & legislation. Controversies of a personal cha. in claiming for him that character as a money in foreign countries would! become the
'I MrXAfOIIT ORMOND. State debts, but they would prosecute a system -
, -a men i-jtsraordinary; cure-sn-! is nown l'orll.cn'l, March OllI)1S10.ISoliro. I racter have more than once usurped the placeof merit and a qualification for the Presidency, \ measure of bank expansions and contractions under the
__ internal improvements authority -
rt'If.1.r h i erj',healthy and Adam fO"I t \cJmU-at..l'.J, by her --- ---S I j calm reasoning and fair debate, marked in is not the less apparent, if they shall be found } in the United States, so far as the business of of his Government, !to be extended

'kr ).t- r.Mr..nad; ('r1 wi'!" Cf JJIFI, B.J"Cr'lurlll.mlla rItg I b' .ks and anoi.nls' of D.ivir.i. D\MCI-J J I their progress by angry recrimination, and to admit that the claim has no 1 undation in the Bank of the United: States, and of many within and through the States at its pleasure

lo alove-re ut: tins MIU.*. ,:', jl nti'l M'lUfNv 4V lI&wLolIreintlap.J.arItJ."fl J i some times terminating in acts of tiolcnce ; ':act and histor. ,I of the larger State banking institutions, wereqncerreJ would take from tho General Governa .
,0: Cue of Susan Goui'urarr.' a yo'.ui ,,'rns.rreJOst.IatzbjcJ ; I A. K.: Harris, f.ir col.et-ti-j.i. All account will be- thus converting a Hall, which should be ded- Beyond this.sii"le! claim to tliti surrmrt nf ,, They '
_. I I. in suit!, :.-. .!\a'"lv. l fisc 'r-t'"vc I lie 1._ r"! .v i'; .i:; LILt oi gr.i. viai jjcucv, iiu 01 drivento
to iI! !ie<;lth sr-rrr I ;-.a'. I out ii I j'/l >ell !fdmr : .f ..1! to thin sacnnl imrrvw rlp0lmon a iiei.jjjp' ) '? h1' time whan the national Treasury. w .
)!.stoure 0 I tlio. I Life: .Medicines 1. entirely Ict'reier4,1now | --rfL--: --J---9 ___---.5-I., u- -:,I\-11.\\-- -I--;: the protection of the rights of the people, and candidate tor the Presidency, we tit mr./-!" re.,! j>.r",. ui., \ ''r. nit i the branches ot'trade loans to supply the ordinary tlsmaijd-J up.

bale a>id licalthy.. I \OTH I.:. If.I the preservation of the public honor, into a I to speak from a ly ground: as yet ;.<- in.i U.1hiimscht :'.' '..,i-i i.i.Ju-'r.:; r"-..J.r.r.v*' or.p.ir.su.: ; !r"l".1I.-t""d j I oti ir, and would borrow money in Eurjp?. ori
M ofMiaa Thola", dauher) : ofEi: Ttt'.n&aiCOU2) LL tli0>o who mi- ii del ti A to tini i btc firm ; I this: feJ t 'u.-fd, much! than '
fVicr.ds. In refc-riMce : ; nio"e pruvalu it
:, theatre for the exhibition vindictive passi m. or his tr. I. : y i tlie taxes tie people, or both,
and In crrfasa
: symptoms of cohIumiIII.-chireI h I. Cambl. S: llrt-I l, a o ('.Ilnl..II I ly r qllft.d upon
I 'fear,wscks. Her is.trr cured of a si"vere att;at'k H ct'hfltmnutory I coa.cfiTivarJ; audi '. I iiii ir ac"(' "nt''! illllllllIJldJ.1JA.IE | The brief review which we hive given of principles, opinions!! : and act-, licyot.d: h'n mi-i\ <:<>'lrc.wr: ; &:.,! ti.us, :fnun the: known ex- to carry out their plan of a more splendid ad-

n'h I rheumatism in o\r \VF.F.K.Cm U ClII.E' : A: CO. ,j I the conduct of the Opposition in Congress is itary chieftainship: there is an org .ized si- c-T-ivi. proh'5f b:.:ikir'jj! n this country eiger.dertd mi ,listr-ition. And finally they would deliver

'of S. Colvin-cured of a s-vere at'ack of I' jn j 2.* _20___ __, ,-S- --1 1.John I in perfect accordance with the course of the hence, us studied as it is singular. TincoJiitry '' : a:; ",'peti.e: for time muhipl:::'-.i"1 of oveMgan to the t l.-auks. State or NationaJall

11 icarlej/fever in a few tjys uy the Life \0.,111'0. I C. J1C01)i, I Federal during our second war of independence. : has [been! told, as it would seem bank charters, bciore uiJtnovrn to us. Hence the rove.iURS of the covintry subject to be used

iv&ejBfHirriei low .(ate
r County of Leon, j jrf until after time Presidential I at least uoublcd! ii: the course of some three or
nexpect to reCUVI'r. ."JrS T. I' flJV I Ic ,., professing an earnest desire to relieve the public eye, : increasing balk; expansions, until the appro. _
wa'k' tbpat and is r |jlidj recovtnuj; boll h.-ati! { > rKiilfiii:; } rxcs; to ll-o-' *'no miy j.lcascJ ) country from prevailing embarrassments. tion, and his supporters very carefully follow four years and the banking capital was enlarged : priations of Congress should call for the mo.ney .
C and trenjih. \ ? to rail upon him. Charge mod.-rali:. I this of their selected leader. His in a still greater proportion.This II the
example causs.of
(I I They havo steadily resisted every effort of the I and then to be the or apology
Can 33 ,
of Benjamin J. T&.cker-recre e o'Tirtrand Tallahassee.! Mareh 14. iai IlrI Ague-cured in : f ----- \i Administration to carry into execution the public history is certainly not a history of multiplication banking for, bank contractions, to aa Client far

I 4 time. Directions followed !trict 1 very v. i-hort ipate 011 .S1l1Cd M hi1I*, tbout, the! first r.f April, j, plan which it has proposed for separating the civil triumphs, nor has a life spent in public capital in so short a period, could not f til to beyond the amount of money involved.

, Cue of Amos lais--ACt tioii,;<.of tine Liver FROMVLtrV Mule, with a blaze in tho face, : fiscal operations of the Government from incorporated employments, mostly civil, presented him as produce a proportionate expansion of our Before we dismiss this subject,'we'cannot _

,I'i. after trying doctor' rlllJicl in vaiu far a long and 1 ofa bay color, with a t-car on his left check ; institutions, and which has a direct the author of measures, or even as a leading paper circulation. Such was the effec with I forbear to refer to the well known fact that

i.D' trouble time, v&i cured by the Lie! MeJicino* witlioul I bone, and was about 5 years old.: A liberal reword | tendency to restrain that dangerous supporter of the measures of others, essential the further consequences of increased pricesofproperty large sums of mosey have, within a few-
; will for the delivery of one or olli oj:j, and almot universal !
be given connected with tho of Guvcrnment an passionfor elections
.Estnordmiry i I which by their and ly principles our past, been expended upon ,_
D'J. Case uf Lynun Tratt who W.I them, nt Wa'.kir': Mitt ,or III CaplJohn JlyrickXi: banking power agency Th banks years
afflicted with I'hthibk 20 ye.irs-aiL-cted a II rk-d; i,incarTalUinn-cp. I:. ';. WALKER. !;! under the influence of their counsels, had or with the interests of our people. speculation._ multiplied found i with n view to overrule and defeat the wishes

ld'4 collie 24 .liours b) the u .e of the Life Medicines.1 !I'-----FOR- SALe- grown up almost to an equality with the Government We arc compelled, therefore, to dismiss Gen. customers, because almost the entire community II of the people. These contributions are man.

..Ir.II. ) : uaDdl of per-oim afflicted 1-1! like I-ller.i' itself. Thus have the constituted Harrison, and, beyond what we have already were stimulated to beeome borrowers ifestlv, from the evidences of their .eilects, so

, h"c) & judicious nM.-of MOFFAT'S lIYE 1.L'I j, tiwt; Two JYci: and comma i i ; f I authorities of the land been left powerless as said, to follow the example he had set and his and the great mass borrowed, not to expend l large in amount, as to excite the most painful

""I:' !IndI'EMI eli tC CITLli comfrls{been of life.restored! The l to Bittern *rePl >I' jt4L.: ? dious Dwelling Houses, cMA: to the control of the money of the people, and friends sanctioned, to say nothing, because, as the avails of their loans in aid of productive suspicious 'as to the sources from which theyare

aD'th leuanL to the taste and fmll, gehlly ai-triiigc UK: I Il Il'lelotnatn lITT creeled: by Mei-sr A B 4. HO Wccks.I the punishment of defaulters, who have violated we are (forced to presume, nothing is to be industry, but to purchase to day, t lor a high derived. Tim will determine what ground

'brr, stid givo thai proper 1'10t ty j ojl oid finiiii I ( J in the mofcl approved modern the trusts confided to their hands. They said.Yc leave him, therefore, with his Federalism price, property which it was believed some there may be for such suspicions. ,But from
-W11k4a l good of arclii,rcture, and ntuateil in a \\i\yh\ and and with other borrower would purchase to-morrow
be I .belter dig.IIOI As nothing C.l ; style the evidence have charged tho Democratic party will established beyond question, whatever quarter these oecuniary aids may
jlp and iiourUli the coiu'itu. j lu-jit'iy; part e.f the city, oppo-itn 01'1 claim a still higher. In a of this sort, employing in.
tl.n, 'u there is nothing more gtnerally afkii'jvv Ji..t-i; B. JJuII. The frames are of .r"'d Southernline I wastcfu. extravagances, because the expendi his questionable to a military reputation.Once process I. come, it is the duty of all who value,the
hundreds millions of credit in the
ledged to be peculiarly t-lficacious in all ill ward ;! : and the! whole material atjd work of the mo.lHubslantial I turcs under this, and the preceding Adminis more, we repeat, we arc not alarmists dependence of their country; who would exclude

aasjtng.1086 ( eFiclltrlfIdlgel tilJII, depressiuii (.1 \ ciaracier.! tratior.s, have been necessarily increased by a ; but our duty to the Democracy are shape of bank paper and bank discounts, the foreign interference, under any. form,

'pirilJotremLlin Obstinate or shaking! of thc liauds and IlItlLII.: The property will: bo sod! chrap, and the terms removal of the Indians from within our settled I here to represent, would be ill discharged, did amount of interest annually accuring in favor from our elections aad our councils, and who
coughs, shortness of breath, or Cl.n umu. will be liberal. Apply toAl'ri118IU40. of the banks was cnumerous, while the
'l their serious attention the des of the elective franchise as
__ live jlilbita._ I j' A 11_& n O_WEJK.'. borders, a measure alike \\iso, and essentialto we not call to regard the purity
"n'M TTne LifeMfdicints possess wonderful efficacy -S.---- Jil-X-nr.| sc1t.Es_ the safety of our citizens, and distinguished perate efforts which their opponents are everywhere property upon which the money was expen. tha best safeguard of our free institutions, to

16 aU nervous disorders the the unfortunate to the approaching election ded was actually producing nothing. the crisis with un.!umbenug vigilance,
fib, headaches, *cakncs>- ROM North Caroline! (.rti-enlH Inm-clflo by the most paternal clemency to makbg carry meet
ok "Ju Ilenine61, arid '"wnciw of spirits dhincrs of I F of tlic: inhabitaiU of Tallahass-e savage. They have founded a 5-imilar and to gain possession of the General Influences of this powerful character, communicated and with the determination to expose and
...S "pore confused and thoughts, wandering of the mind, and its vicinity, in tie, Iracticur. the -various accusation upon the exertions of the Government Government. If they were to succeed in the to the great body of the citizens of frustrate all attempts to control political results -
melancholy, sjjd all kinds of liyMcric branches of'.he profc8'i.lO. A regular graduation, of their and thus be could fail other influence than that of reason
coaplamu, arc gradually removed their of twchc year' ra tir-e. arc to arrest the burnings, the tomahawk, accomplishment object, our country, not to be felt in the by any
JaD sukoea of I lie ilmich, tulciicies by, or obslrucof his aixl recomrneri'ktions the experience to confidence. Persons renuirin" I and the scalping knife, which have covered enabled to carry into execution their schemes Legislatures of the States of the U ilion.I .- and argument. S S
t JODCtliey. are dk 1 those especially which relate to themanage'ment felt the impulsion and acted under it.- But do not alone depend for
id and' powerfu!, aud as purifier surgical assistance, and those suffering Under Florida with blood and desolation. They of policy- I They our opponents

., -arid*! blood, they have not U'cir equal In the ch-onic and protracted disease would do wellto have eupcradded to all this, attempts to obstruct of tho public finances by a groat I Large loans were proposed, and it soon appeared their anticipated triumph over the Democratic

. For additional I tcbt his skill. the rrgular course of legislation, by moneyed institution-there is danger that our that the increase of banks, and other party on the influences to which we have re.
] Funiculars of the above medicinc"'Jl6ft'at.1Ji \Cf Office/ on Pcnsacola Street, No.3!, moment institutions demands had absorded too much of the ferred. They have enlisted the fanaticism of
, "Good Samaritan," of which Brick Building, Adelphi House, formerly technical objections and motions, and by every Republican though they might ,
a! tt0UiptniestIae medicine- copy a can copy always b I Story City,Hotel. strategy which parliamentary forms would preserve their form, would not long retain American capital to enablo them to find a the old and new world in their cause. They

Obtalntc' 1cine of the ditlure It Agenta who have the april 4, 1840 36_ permit and the most fertile ingenuity could their purity, their simplicity, or their strength. ready or a cheap market in our own country. are associated with one ot'the most dangerous
TI for
French lale. GoKtcnliofer & Davies, invent. By this course of conduct, they haveso But our confidence in the discrimination and The markets of Europe were naturally political sects that has ever been arrayed

obtained on'\pplicl1.lon| German:and Bpanuh diioctions can be C OWMISSIOMflERCIIANTS impaired the high dignity and bearing of tho patriotism of the people is unshaken; and we I sought, as not the Federal Government, and against the sacred union of the States which

AIpeel paid letters al will the receive office.37'j immediate Broadw"J"at0flon. BonO NEW, Esq OKM-WS. great representative body of the people, as to confidently trust and believe that they will not the Governments of the States alone, but the Father of his Country, in his I address- .

& REFERENCES.Jtfexsrx. Bcttoii & Fi"her, excite the most serious apprehensions in the not only see the coming danger but that they local corporations in our commercial cities, to his children, thus solemnly'commenda to ,

to 37 Prepared and sold by WILLIAM B. OFF A'J45 \ Kerr & Kirk.ey, bosom of every lover of o. der, and of every will meet it with all the necessary measuresof had there found such a market for large loans their care : .

bade Broadway to thepe \ilo New VotfcA liberal deduction I TalUhaHtiec.Alessrs. friend of his country, as to its moral conse- precaution.The upon their credit. For a time the State It is (lie say) of infinite moment. ,that you

-I! AGEs1'kTIe', parthasc Lire Medicines to sell again.also be had 1\ Molyneux, Wilherby, fy Co. LlvcrpoOjjlfareh :* lv I nuences, and its tendency to lessen the confidence history of "all! Republics is replete with stocks of all descriptions were greedily taken; I should properly estimate_ the_immense'.' value- '. ..of
rf iBw or i fIIay' : 23. 1'40.. ._? but in all cases of tasked credit. I to' .eoUecuve. and individual -
& thoru...the' ,Principal DruffffUt in every town -- -- of the world in our free institutions.It instructive lessons to every American citizen as over the your national union your

Aak--?,'U11L 1110 UBIledLil'p Statcil and the, Canada : Last indebted Notice.to the L'Matc: of T. \'. been expected that in nomi. lessons peculiarly applicable to a Govern supply became more than equal to tho demand happiness ; thatyoushould'chrisb a
have ,
Mof&t'g Pills persons was to union of independent and the market fell. The habitual, and immovable attachment
p. and Pheni Bitters; and ALL to come forward ment like ours, formed by a consequence cordial,
lure Iha deceased, are required the
%. ftc candidateor the Presidency,
: ,IaThaIabclofecit aillJilio of John Moftitt'lIlIignlture and settle without further delay, and all to whom nating a individual States. was electric throughout our country and the to it, 'accustoming yourselvea to think and

-&lIt- bottle of fluttcr or box of tile Estate; is indebted will hAnd j in their claims for Whig party would select some have been One, and perhaps the most important of all depressions wo now feel in commercial tran. speak of it as of the palJadiunTbf your political -

.3'CI'aluablo Medicines are for sale by adiuslmcnt, or they AtEXIlJlm will be harrrd., adrnr. whose principles in his so fur acts as and they declarations, these lessons, is the constant danger of a sactions in every branch of trade, in the prices safety and prosperity ; watching' .for. its
M disclosed public
I ,IRANlJOI..pn & LEWIS, ELIZABETH: McC BTV, adlls. accordance with thcirovvn. This expectation foreign influence, exerted through the powerof of property, in our domestic industry, in preservation with jealous anxiety;* discountenancing -*
28 Tallahassee. j' are in of labor flow from these excessiveuses whatever a suspicion
the suggest
SlAlark".Jpril 16, 1840 3S has been fulfilled, in the nominationof money. The approaches of this influence wages may
40 Dollars Reward. STORACiJB.ntlHE William Henry Harrison by the have been gradual and imperceptible, until of credit at home, and these' attempts to that it can in any event bo abandoned ; and
undersigned haYing leased one of the General Ho bo within the last few years ; within which the overstocK foreign markets with our credo indignantly frowning upon any attempt to

, It UNA WAY from Plantation of I jrare Houses and Wharf lately erected by Harrisburg Convention. of may the justly has been rapid, and the diffusion al. its abroad. alienate any portion.of(bur countryfroni( the

the ubscrilrcr j in Gadsdcn county, Alc sr.. J. & N. JUoilin, Mlif.it a aluro of P?Iron- regarded as a true exponent political progress universal. The ordinary operation of 'aware that these are plain rest, or to enfeeble the sacred ties' which now
which have him most We are suggcs.
of tho put **
Negro Boys, in the doctrines party
the various
Darned George age Business. and representative.Before trade between commercial countries are re. tions, but can wo be mistaken placing them lick together parts.
and William.! George & Forwardlug their leader
len on Kccrlvlnj forward 0 as and salutary. Enabling each to constituents and asking their awakened Such are the porting words.of: the great
Sunday morning last, is about :2 TAFT & ALEXANDER. the contest between Thomas Jefferson ciprocal ex. before our .
years ofige, stout made, rather a down. Port Leon. 15tli April. 1840 38_ nnd the elder Adams in 1798, he had change the commodities of which it has a sur. attention to them, when ,wesee the and good Washington.I The Federal Whigspretend'

: trtbellllpoken to, fiddlet wilU liii left hand EXCHANGE. life and uponthe, I plus, for others which it wants,. the industry, mere bankers of London publishing to the. to cherish his principles, end to be
,belon&'ed TALLAHASSEE in public ; sep.
-t. nr. Mr. IIarvf* end bad plentyWWim lIEiobllcnlter relurni bin lhanka to hu friends been already on tho leading political qucs. tho convenience, and the comforts of all arc American public and proposition that the U. governed by his admonitions and example.

T bestowed this aration parties of all endOrsers for the indivi. Yet.they have, at tius' time, made common
.is about 25yearl of for the liberal patronage wpp became 'a 'of promoted' the wealth both individual States shall become very
age sIx feet high..bjs atm of that day, he supporter .
that lie lions with tbe Aboulionists
.Iistaut"j&tiier bendl bAck when Handing; creer, establishment, and.iDfcrmthem him: w'with From that time to the present, and national increased, a .healthful and use. dual States a surety foV their engagements cause, poUUcaT

>8.I cotmunanc.and read. and write prepared lo serve all thow,who.call.His upon table:i' wellprovided the latter. in his public! acts, cvmc. ful intercourse .ecured, and harmony of feel a* condition not simply'to 'thei '.obt jning sect whose,objects and measures bare a di-
UM"K w I be wifl the but the: market affordt. nothing has appeared to dissolve tKat UQIOQ which hopathcticayectuda
make for North Car- favorable Bale red .
fat, without sense of'dependence. furtlerloan9.btittOrthe in the tendency
'and the' bar' stored with tb(cboiewlWne of opinion 'on.his part'in re- ing produced, any.n cessar'y

'l4 WStei45'for .Mfc.W seewtJ so .cm rei !: nJ 'Liquorfartoat.i, *a ba"ae-foe any chang erto the quotums referred to, or,t tb tocb J;; however"( reciprocal, BritiSh iJWkeii; of':'their :stocks and* bonds; gof'earnesUy' /*" and-"** .j* ;

: &. charJaa PWfo : elc2 6ommodat al all toour* wllb':.rowU. 'and: a* the ipoct}; 'ebiof aubsequentjp4ving lauons ofiradeborrower 00:cbanged fur.U\e relation cf oo\r restinjr'there ia(pledge//OT- advances. :of .
; .
sv;* *U,.?l.atlloD. or 'to BU 111 TUaJVaw) .!;' aborttrt'notlc..: rwpectfallaolltU. "* ., .: .r'A conli: '' -. tIie n wbi h ''have.grown a .grat prin-,' and 'I lender'if',ene :country'of,.its...."* *",.-7J"r. .- i ....,,-v...-*. ".*. .; .. !3fto; ij&tcit
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':''','J' # o- .; i
fifeeipfea ,t ,ilia
war with
I the laws cTt>txh who the have rights of man and I t Harrison for educating and diecip1ininC'tbeJ I f 0. Resolved, although most of us fioeror sailor .
; declared I will before
: boys of the for soldiers go away, day iu
country at an annual here t
thtthy prefer present to the election of bare ampt C. pmmar..p. '&w 'Z'
emancipation without I I .er a deserter. tion a
uaton, expense of two millions of bi i iCol. neitherst4ied: sy.
t, ,. to union without emarcipalioa j who Have, by J 3. RrsoloediTbit. we were doijar! highly Mr.-a Buren in 1836, yet,. now that the Hodges, /when/ he ,lef-.tbe palace, our.ye rights b b.ipeochandvoteaod L yet d. Past tau* R. K. 'CaO 'lad .

t palumny and misrepresentation, contributed tp j J learn from the last annual gratifiedto of the narrowed down th a choie betweenhim 'spoke'highly in favor of the Vcry'. firm fed generally backward speaking. b theIrmysttbedes.Aofj ..

:. ftbdcr ODe portion of our ell w.citizens odir i President of message and Gen. Harrison, against .whom we ness, but he states openly that grant Mr. Clay of 1 .. Withlacoochee
f I the United States, that a reduc- have wi Kentucky, another, Southern ; and had .
OU to the other; to foster sectional interests i tion already.,assigned our strong passports to the Turkish sailors of Senator .. .i4II.-
:I of eleven millions of dollars has been dons obe. deirous although he voted for the resolution, Governor of Florida.
find excite we fee] '
section*!feelings to broth \' as Rpubcl returning to Constantinople that he would "
change made
; in
j I the expenditures of Government for yet to throw cold water upon the sub. Present tcnse-W.
: riy Jbre into bitter antipathy; and who, if, the last two yean, and a determination yield our support r.eletion-ot only like to see the Pacha arrest and have them jecU He regretted that it had been brought command K. AImt 1
ire may ereditlhe declarations which I ex. because we object to Gen. Han, but also shot. As however the forward of the army at this
yet Consul
some i pressed his stated that lima aIt11III
I I I on part to urge a still farther re. for the English be would not have in. ert R.
of them h. made following reasons :- has Reid has the
ve would willingly see the : duction in the not put this project into troduced the resolutions because he office of Coras? .
expenditures of the
I political fabric uprooted from its deepest foun. present i Because, since be has been President, he! War would popular! throughout Egypt. hilf Past toise-T. Randall '
look regarded
year--as we the of b 'a useless.
upon great question has 1atlc'
dationa provided her favorite system of mea. I. Retrenchment and Reform iu the evince a solicitude to reduce the expenses I A few days one of the principal ulle-, Were these distinguished Senators tryirgr r Judge of this District,some oiou, ,.
appiopna. .
t ares could be built upon its ruins. lions Government and administer iL I j i mahs of the great mosque at Chairo, jto Northern \ Present ;
: Congressas one of paramount interestto on the byj I appease Vbiggery, now working, tense-Alfred Belch
social duties, the rights of principles Republican party; j: name Schcik Osman. offered has a
r I property, the whole j 1. the Pacha, to to get Abolition votes for Harrison 7 Or what of Judge of this ,
country. District
fhe charities of life, the domestic relatious,are Because he stands pledged before the country raise him two regiments of civic The has made at this t&ime* .
4. Resolved them
our that the so careless and indifferent Past
; opinion, guars. tense
all disturbed to veto Bill Cosam
ho with the !
by conduct of this any interfering rights Pacha accepted the order and Emir
I the
misguided attempt of the Governor of New upon a which both of Baitfat
subject former
and '
Jersey the South '
.! sect and if i it were possible that their influence ; title and decoration of a The them cbarga of the Apalachicola G
his I general. occasions
Privy defraud thought of
to the was
t People outoftbeir Because higher importance ,_
_, could so far prevail, we believe he i is opposed to the i othcr ullemahs intended follow and said : .
4 as produce an ; votes.. ma the _greatest mitmrrca_ f"vp.r. VAt revival of to the exam- to the Union than others ?
'1 Interterence WM the part the National -- -- -n-o- J'I -' the Tar polcv.; and to Internal ole set him by Scheik Oman. These al Th. oooiinatiea of
WB Leg.' committed the freedom of levies But the worst of this affair Central
on elections in this
islature with the Improvements Government ; ha yet to CooYeJltion at fIarriabtlr.h_. .. __... ,,}
institutions of individual'I rl ; on which the Pacha did not reckon, will ..
j enable -
States country ; and the fart that this outrage is justified And because he is b tld. (oEver Northern Whig Senator, United* State. .i
these interests opposed to a ( him reinforce I seems to be "
great would become tho in .ry
a southern Federalists Unite army Syria, of Rhode the I
by should not only States Bank and in except Island slunk Whijjm, throughout the
i sacrifice to a \,ilc! ,'i.ionary, and impractica. of a sound .fl. ,should it found necessary, and it is ex. out of the I Mr. Van L.i 4ft. ".
ble open the eyes of the People but seriously ble of b Senate Chamber, and would not I djIike Burn we hare Jiu,
if currency go'd and silver and well
uot a designing scheme of pretended alarm them for the safety of their rights aud I regulated State: Bunks. pected they 1'i amount to 30,000 men,. vote that the Southern men had aright to the i I dozen his talent- ..none f."r his honeaty : ...
philanthropy. In at least. men in the '
the .
prosecution of (this liberties. I j --. I f fSKW i, PROTECTION. TH WHOLE UNION( I$ the country whose .O

scheme, portions of our follow.citizens have j I 5. licsohed, That we are opposed to (he j c ----TOUK-, MAY 16. I.I. INDIA. in DEFENCE of their thus taking i iI I sure.Whit Webster we would, CIj ,bar hailed tri\a 17'tI,

been denounced as robbers and mal1.s:ca'r:4 '! : j We fitd: no )latter nd\.icts from CUina, and I sides with proprly othrr jr Rives and .
; ccctJ'IJ of Gen. Wm. II. Harrison to the | ARRIVAL OF THE BRITISH QUEEN.j Britain in the ; whilst I wh'M eJ'etien w
foreign emissaries have been encouraged totravel : Preside.icy : j j;( 13.DAYS AND 11 hOURS PAt-SUiV. only the following paragraph relating to India every Northern Democratic Senator who was !I frrred to fI..I nf 'J. Van B'iren. ,11'111.B.t.,.,

\: through the country, uttering and disseminating j 1. Because of his agewe; believe- that j!: We have the pit-astro to :announce: the arrival ; in the standard (eve.ot April 30. in th.Senate durioJ the discussion, (and only ,' vn'half'er cut Ike I fag, of Granny //arrun" E\'Ea,
atrocious The Ecu 6e fro the 't
de lit
misrepresentation*, and no man who has nttaiiied io the age of near of the packet swim ship British Queen, 1'Orient coatainl advices from three were ,) voted in favor of the justice I ours'lTtt. iflhry WAv p4i' rl.l. -.4 "'
I ,
servile inflammatory harangues, calculated to excite three score }ears aid: ten can be competent' Captain Roberts, Iron London: via Ports Bombay, to (the 29ih February. The GuyieicruI of the claims of our citizens to Lave pay I THAN GRANNY eannoljfndm HARRISON.BETTER" L"I\

insurrection, and intestine war; and ;;; to the arduous mouth. ( was at Allahabad.! is rumored for tho
discharge und seized
b has responsible duties Captain: R. -eports his passage to j f negroes so taken from them I Present tense-The Admiral
;. : enthusiasts money even been solicited and procured Ij' of President of the United States. As Lave been pcrfonncc' in 13 days and ,I that some important changes to be made and liberated by the British authorities. the Star, thai he will now IaJIt .

i: in other countries, and expend i: evidence of his iucompctency, we see him hours from the time discharged his pilot 1;:j in the government ofthe East Indies. The What can these Northern Whig Senators I support Harriton&.
I ro
herein scattering the fire-brands of discord I seat of Government is or Granny the "
to transferred case
I surrounded by a committee who act as his :\I 1, until he took one on (the tlook. b from mean hv their course nil this nttrvntinn 7I I may k.

I and disunion: throughout the land. Those guardians and who are now refusing to per. The London Chronicle (ministerial) states I Calcutta, to Bombay, the presidencies adolij I Did they refuse to vote, Bbcause they were We think there is i anence" ..im.-,,__. ._

; who ace these rosulls, and persist ii: the i mil him to make anf f further declaration of, that some time in Marca instructions wore: j shed, and the whole of the Kritish po ses- !i nnwill ng to agree by their votes, that slaves -not that of tweedledum r" &ill IDd:

,. not measures be deterred which have produced them, will i I his principle to uieet the public eve, while svut out to the Governor General; of Canada I siols in the East indies divided uto northern could be property 1 dlfdce"-not a mere lawyerified
by the sketch have drawn i and southern India. quibtle-i.
: but if there be we ; occupying' his present position.; :i and the British mhistt-r Washington to ar.I I I Do they mean to say, that the forcible tak tween the past and present
among them. others, whose at. Q. Because of his Irtfntirvi the Sl'ATV. them from tease, b tie.
: fit the nrnfi, tiTantr .\,'*' ralg incidental fliiestion. respecting; the ing away; their owners by bo. above
-- ----- any examples.
'v IC:1I1011 Ha lJeeu turued Tho of I
:: and away by cxaggorated system. S- greatly is he devoted to extent and occup ti":;i ol the Juspute territory i ihicliwasthc j cause the constitutional' govcrn- I dy of men, or foreign power, is no offenceagainst But hear
) what
exciting representations from I meet, under the b.inner, the Admiral
the the
l great : this detectable i of Queen, is
: in of the last local national law lays:
system, as a public speech to \ subject published: pro- or : 1
,principles) of forbearance, mutual concession, I gresi.Ig in the pr-ivinces, the defeat of1' We -tll' n->t q-ubWe with ih
have declared he would between the latter by (Or do FtefMTuj.
and not abni.don it ui.til' correspoiidewcc ard:: Mr. they mean to take part with Britain: I the incknin/ of the -

founded compromise and upon which the Uniou was the grass had grown in the streets of Norfolk' Forsyth. This correpojd: attracted:' the Carusts. In addition: to the fort at Cas- in the quarrel l. as many) of thc Federalists did fi-reni-e beiwrcn twe w"d.anre. ..! ."d,"-.
u : and
l. which by the sacred preservation of|I and Ch.ulesloa-or:* in other words, until the much attention in L.ndu., aid was \chcm. chute that of Alleaga l [ali I 11 into( their I Ij idnriig: t the last war, and intend to make tai :. TJ-e: Floridiaii" f.l lor mty 'I. a IwerJI"-
alone .
t II. all such it can be upheld, we appeal' to j j. industry and commerce shall be utterly ruined ently discussed 1:1 the ;iewst)af crs-of course !j! hands, and the \ garrison been taken question of slavery the pretext for their disaf. : t/piniou" j'n'se differences are diBtin--iinn.", ..
to say whtther a connection, whichimpeaches and with j i prisoners.: Brigndiei Zurbano, on the lUih,,,! feet ion tanc
i destroyed. ,; a great deal of party feeing, each |nrtyil : j and dislike to the American side of the
f their !
%i. judgment, their patriotism, 3. Because he i i. in favor of Interal Improvements ;l endeavoring] to throw the blame; of the routed the 1st Aragonese Carlist battallion. quarre IIlally I. Really, Admiral, you do youself :.
tLeir justice, and their devotion to our Republican : ( j I n'jd took SOU of the rebels, with a considerable I You talents
I difficult -
the Southern
p : ; by General Government-that boundary upon the other. We man can look at this vote possess and mind, and nperi.

1 ut institutions, fchould not be renounced iis: for taxing the People of yne section of the I, r from the tone of the discussion, and quantity of arms and ammunition. upon the resolutions referred to, and then I ence, and we think you a
J pretty defer
once forever. The
i i Union, to make roads and canals and from other circumstances fortress of Alleaga, just captured, will doubt I ,
: clean thct an effort in I as to which party iu the Northern in the main but these
The ;
limits of an address will not permit us out rivers and creeks in I will become in the hands of toe Queen's an States is distortions qailNn.,
;t t another section,-iu J earnest immediately be made by the British army with the Abolitionists in feeling, that f and
to extend our remarks, though the field is :' effect, when reduced i important airoug hold ; it is placed betweentwo I misquotations are a small business
: to man
practice, taxing the Go\'crrnent to bring: the natter to a defi- must b blind, or ,uj
broad, and the harvest could not f fail to be : South, for the benefit of the North. 1 f nite conclusion.A rivers on the top of a craggy rock, i iiiacccSMole and if the wilfully', do not visit very shalo\; must injure you. We suspect joa adopttha

l t. rich.ofthe We must issues, therefore' leave the decision 'j 4. Beause he voted in the Ohio Legislature j: meeting was held in London, April 2i, on one side, and easily defended on and contempt those who live among scorn them, courso out of pure laziness, and to put azt,t It
great have raised I the olheit Cabrera
we the
to soy.I In sell while into considered it to be the and the trouble of
bondage to who
poor men for the Potcst.agailt 'the war" Earij for correcting
-'opium ;I I purposes, neglect to stand you.
r; 11. creign people bdo\'cd I Ij palladium of, his party Try I mortworthv
I if the ; Ul our counlry, and IU I payment. of fines amid costs of Cor1;-thus j t btannope in the ir. oirong: resolutions army, but a sort of fatality. I I lin for them, and defend\ ( \ their rihts. then wilt. :7 .plan of aUack.v.. .. -6 u I
cl ----- -
4. fellow intelligence, honesty aud patriotism of our ; placing: it in the power of the rich to make : were adopted, and a petition to Parliament II I I (pervade the L/aihst t ra.ik'. and they seem 'they deserve to betrayed_ by- -0---their'0----servants orable- and fair W .Fl lID DOl-
citizens ; not under the belief that Iuow to be Tin fort I \I opponent, as we Lhheifo}
wo i slates of the powerless. l '
I t poor. In our opinion, no man is .i; whieh was to IK presnuted in the house of supposed j and deserve also the worst treatment
butt :
sufficiently discussed those issues but in tit to rule free Lord] to 0 capable. 01 keeping: a coamderable which thought you ; but we really feel ashamed of
a who
,: the that : People entertains such i iprinciples. ; by Ear Stanhope, and in the Com- amy : a foreign power can inflict.
hope have said in
we cough touwukcn ;: I: in check. I :your course this respect. Sorry for
]j mot
1-t their Our attention to them. j 5. Because he is an advocate of a great ;', so that the resolution( should be dUiC: into: nt!u. /f -T&IFLOIHDLAN. | 'pon our soul.) H'firm-reCorm.

4 principles and objects have been : National Bank, and tin present ruinous banking : Chinese and sent to the Emperor of China. A letter from Odessa. biigs; : intelligence of II i I I

_i elective avowed. The purity and freedom of the :.. system, which has brought so much evil I FRANCE. another victory gai led by the Circassians j I TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA : We feel dl-at it would be throwing any

.1I franchise; the eienption; of our coun. the in'er their oprcors. They have taken f words to
on Country, and which is now The of aj attempt to correct the Star in
from strugglng: marriage the Duke de Nemour sn.
: the try a dangerous foreign influence, and j(' to become the muster of (the Governme.it and I and the Princess, Victoria of Saxe Cobtirg Russian fort with a battery of twenty gtris. Saturday, June 6, 181O. rious statements as to what we have aid it
preservation of our Union agai st the : The Russians, the I --
anconstitutional the on other hand the
We arc
: and People. believe that all the derangements was solemnized at the Palace of St Cloud.on 1- FOR I our columns, or to rectify its quotations It
f fanatical spirit of Aboli.; i eve invadi.ig Circassia with PRESIDENT OF THE U. .
another STATES
; in the and all the hard the army, I
currency times 27th of
tt3: tijjieni, arc the great points: i i the pending 'so tujcli i April. The ceremony}was as! and it is supposed that 40,001)) Se. cannot get along very well, and Ititt.
men now at
complained of, flow from this a)s. stricily privac: as the ,.f time French. i MARTIN VAN BUREN
cCt6.t: nd \ve proclaim them to our coun. I ,. Bit i etiquette jbastopsi! i, are destined t for that fairly ; so we try if we cannot 1ustify.'to t tcusc 'a
_ : coi.stai.t& and Court The purpose. !} _
expansion: & coutr.ic.tiui "l'nnil Ki.ag of the __
.t '*" ; Belgians j -- -- __ '
; cn sis mutters 01'ital i.itercsl to our free it J'! uU'balJiliI i 1 I I The last news 'from the expedition to Khiva (;'OOD h it under the necessity of the cfe.-.
:btr NEWS.
- t4 .' Jli'Ji'S. i !Ml -
| j ji pro < it deranges the J :i i confirm' the previous accounts of its failure that He says, speaking of our remarks in rdff.
.t *. .ahdale! ) 'Y' !? prices ut produce: ; the "Irsts. Immediatulv alterward1 I ; tie( gallant Colonel Bailey has met with
_ c ; the but
1 present as expriiic.t! : uuJ: luly.ir: Jcs thc.e accounts Lfrum St. Petersburg, ence to the Centreville
i in : resolutions
every thing too high at fur all j :
vr: ,. I I one ; al am.ie.-ty p01calutfcces lp tu M i\ I a success in his expedition which I
Cll'tra] u\.entneu. His \iews 4 I where augurs at II
!Mirne, a..d liiw ; unfavorable to Russia is I
too Jt cuclhcrt-thllo( cosiaiit.ly :: II I 1>37 was published. Koth.fig per- \Vhen thr Centri-ville resolution were di.putIihd.it .
'-:': '. :j ': > 1 t I i nmiuid ';i least a turn in the tide of fortunes. He :
I I : iequbdius&rL distinctly: ,11\\, I .jiiici..g! the woikisig I part of thc connnuuly, Tlie uifdi.itioa: of the King of France! he.I I i to L published, the t failure is soi".lcl''JWI [ he were the Mrorig1 inJ dso'xWtf.jiocnl .
'1 ie ce<4 'te\etch tt'tl'tl.5 tu II;"TI. i i: into a conccntralii-u: of :: has just returned to of Stay Laws and al' that rf
_. _.-- -. I .t tHe mercy of those ulio liva u-i the labor of I I.Jlbc. 1\\ ecu E.inland' and the Two troops near the camptafcr some twenty. sort liItr,
't' 1Uf"n"1 re.l/It. pojJle JU'IY 8t with c :.!J cc; ( .:. \>'e ocheve that this I : .Sicilies h.ihee.i Eniba. ia the entrenchments erected bv the i* eiirht: d.ivs snent. with great toil and fatiirue. inj whj diEt: he not come out like a man and nj,
*i. must be t>llr -d and the ill- -,.A of ;
system t pa."ia
lii- "Dfnl
1 accepted by former a assent tn thll r taM
t.\ l Russians
'p.'J .'; reformed ui.d regulated, otherwise it will nut deed it is understood to hu\e been asked for I at tlc commencemern of this Jig;.. j boating the suumps and hammocks from the and their .pirit."- --- -- -----

I .ur Lusy a-d ooafide..t oppo-; only! make the rich richer and the the ;; trous campaign. Tne troops are said to have i Oc.Ila to the Su\rannee Now ask. in
t( ; ;; '. c'" i" .':' \VlJe,1 lUdcJ poor by Ki.gofNaiiles. !''encountered tremendous ; end has brought we reply, did those resolutions

: ,s' .- MIO: Convention:ass$ < l'UU[ cr, but it will( &)0.1 change our Govern The latest intelligence from Algiers was tease cold hurric.le and i.i- \ith him ten prisoners-six women and four recommend a stay law? No. The Bar
; their and
.. *t incut itself, and sum en the liberties of to the 18th of degrees more below the
i the
4 April. Dukes of Orleans children. In the first
the I'idiaiis was to broach that
4 !" : .. th-juid! nir-.ke: to the People. freezing point. They had not met with the pursuing one0. subject ; and lbs
-- "f.' ', : 4 ;...* .' pn ci4; l ; and 6. Because he was forced candidate \ Auinul reviewed had arrived the and, with )1irlal Tartar enemy. The English it man was shot, mistaking her for \varrior.. Star, and not the Centreville people, it res

: :.j.. .. --Z.- -- : -J -.as-a- ------ ,'.:.leE. -.-. I troopa.. On is said, has intimated to tha government We have before stated that a warrior was I ponsible. We could a general a.sse t to
I I 'it Uie'rc.i div.t1.'.'s, not to dec nnd ; ;j-0-j:7; uif t.r Iho c- tuui, ambssu. pass
5:, )-,re t.} ;sui. .'i'.i: .* ....'! i jii -ions io the country of : :Abolitionists Buutlanck, tho hcamI quarters: ot his division. severed tiini io J, Ih.the "Vlul iuu> I. reewed or p r- L.tIl pravinuflly hy fnpf. Ilnll. The men I (the tone and spirit of the late CeotreriUa resolutions
i u.t t.. : : to .tio.i partv men who are the open enemies Terca!a report that. a daring had government India will sendan attached to (be party captured, were absent without
prr'n..ul1 a n of f 'IrtiT'1h t attempt any inconsistency with oar
of thu Oxus
.ot and
Southern army will
J"ly upon ,
#: rights Hud Institutions been made the the
; Kabilcs
: by
... .i tt-: be ?prinf.-] ((5s and ojinin..s fSrall'n Lu out the Mu'-dcrcrs and j to recover posses-; ., most' important in i that hunting. These Indians were taken by opposition to a stay law. We never "clam-.
ic-.ilcrs of Southern ion of Chen hell hut the points quarter by its
J' 'T'--i, lor I' beat them
thr garrison detachment
jniblic ('Vt!. ti..til, tier .. ; a of sixteen under
e., tI l lot&> .Jlc.-.4 i.&rui& which, I from its number 4nd I Ij'jwer I off with considerable: loss. I troops. I men Captains ed them as a victory won by our party over
Is.. ;u-c..jcij cf ie; U.TI i i.d ( thre.iL .& M>O.I to dissolve thia Union, j i i It was reported als I Abd.-l.Ivader had I I Tliirty-three priests of the Romish united Hal and Townsend, who, after the troops the Bankites, and the triumph of our pri*>
S'.att cl.oose I, Greek had
., these rtwreu and lir.iigcitil' war on lue la:jd. We caanot I, offered to 1",11 his quarrel wilh Franco I: church have been exiled from Russia. destroyed the crops of corn, etc., deter. pies) ," as the Star alleges. We did
aid by a ,>
panics ; thv.sc candidates I fiir say
Tite decision is und support any candid..le brought out by such private combat with ?lirhah and that ho\ ii sig-ieif an act sigmyiiig their ad. I mined to make one more effort after the In. ourpap'erof the 2d ult:, that
the Vllcc.
btake! I hes'iou
to the
uytiurs church of Rome.
men nor fuu.d ,
i with the latter diai.s.
acti.ig them, to the had ; *
Confiding in the intelligence and republicanspirit accepted r. This lat. -"---- Tlif r-iinoO" c ndiiin' into which (tie mitmtwum *
accomplishment of their nefarious and de- ler statement is of from the .nfl *tf"lr\Alnt'j! iswhiIt .
k '1J' of our couatrvmen. we do not doubt of I course nonsense. Glb.MR. cantives have been treated with everv hrotvh-_ -I*.& rnn..rrw'lM'r.--.. -
in in t.trucu\t tichcrnes. In. the Chamber of Demities the ministerial C.LIOL''S -J tli,. hank legislators of FI! -riJa hr "
: .uCce6S I humanity the
IJJC portant'colltest which is Rt80LCTIO.. ,
rlOw 7. Because len even giving their vented th! L'Jc.fOfoS from
I U. .. pending. Th. people achieved revolution he is in favor of using the surplus demand ol! I.oUU.UUU francs, for the Llock- No man among us can tell what a day may horses to them up exrmp'ified in the relrioTiit,ia .4rikitfl
a their resolutions;
,I ; revenue lo set the -"lave free which ob. ade of Buenos forth. A on return march to adoptrd at that
Ayrcs, bring
in 1800 was to single day'j work
which by me'tiDVa
_ .t' transferred us from under the agreed I may b Thdr regret w. did; not receive tbwiii
14 iron rod of Federal rule, and ject he declares to be near his heart,-that is, : vote of 260 to 10. Private letters report pregnant with importance, as it respects i I camps. own husbands would rather time to nobluh them this week. These malt-

I r question, that in 1840, they will we maintain cannot he i is willing to sec the people taxed to pay for I than an expedition against! was consequences upon the l fate or interests of J have made them pack horses upon such oc i lion exliibiu in glowing and portuntooa ufat'
successfully the their own prosperity, and to break up South. I.;! contemplated by the States, or of nations. casions. the misery and distress which tha! BankitwwS.
same high position with the em sociely the biting upon the country, if the mightv ana 0 lbs
by scheme of Abolitiutnsts. i The
i !| SPAIN. movement of a few The 'whole detachment I
same prominent leaders
consisted if
great principles. In the cliMe of the 6. Because in of two people| not interpoaeJ. Their fM'ie*-tit
? r present memorabe! campaign. which has been the the absence of all other rca. .: There had been another breaking up of the may give the sign or indication of what is to I::: hundred men, one hundred mounted and one blunders-their avarira, atapidity and iniqaity,
bUllS, mixed
.4 opened on one side by and ai/d heterngcnious materialsout cabinet t, sc\'crl ofthe ministers huvi'ig resign be looked for, which cannot be mistaken, or'1'! hundred foot. I have already caiwcd an onparalleled? d.ran.w
costly on Col. '"
atalcly of and .
i1 pa. which the Bailey his offij in
I ft Hjirrisburg Conveiiliou ed. explained our currency by which 'the workinyiatn H '
; grants, addressed was Only one now appointment is ; away. And such,
L .. ntoruly to the senses, it will compoibd, should uwakcu \mistake: ifj j cers have done well. The ] ceives but hal.-rnmuncration for hLc lab >r; bUlLIeS
: be found that the Democratic rnstainrc! our :suspicious thatsouthiug cd-tiiat of Count( Clo.iard to Ivj minister ol"iar. not, i is thechi1nracterofthe movement troops, during people are arounin from final
party their sl'lmb.and tit
is the whole ; _
by truth and by reason, will have continued a.vseinbled wrong.; In that body we *je \ General Evans: had gone to Illri. in the United States Senate on \\'cdues. j! scout, underwent great fatigue ; I I doom of the Rajpcracy i JC at band."

; its march of uninterrupted triumphs. Tanlfites together in concert, the Bankitce to make, or attempt[ boim-, ecltlemcnt tin- day last, ia the vote gi\ea upon the passage 011 1 but there was no flinching: -all were dispo- And in that of the 9th ult., as followsVe :-

Brokers, StlJd.jlltJbcrt! fJ-dernl claims of the Spanish Legion. No resolutions offered by Mr. Calhouu sed to do their
., .. I4at' : mnihitariflJ'eznIit some I duty to the uttermost. The \ puVish! this week, the rewlutiona oftSr'nntrnvillM
r.o.n Ih6.tr.rn C"r.linlli/J. YQrs f federal Directors i federal Store. of anV iinuoi'tancc I weeks since, in relation to of hammocks I .
are Iclliou.1 I I ._ __ one the causes: have ben srviiirnrl., vnr? manir. I lDt"etinz and the nrdscntment Jibe
VOICE OF OLD UOW.f .\:. keepers, Hartford Couveiitioui&ts rSorlhern (:d. lot our ditnculiics: with Great lintaiii.; towns broken and wel ---- -"J ; Grand JIry.8 we oblh'n'd' our p.1, wj

bluc.ights! and Southern fvjderali: t und (the Mudiid letters of thp 21st that the This resylution was founded the fol up, crops destroyed. In j'\ pourlray, in vivid colors, the duress' and* milLS

STATE BIGUT8 HJjrL'IlLICAN JIEETIKC. whole ruled and controlled by scheming .\1,0. health of) the young (Quee.i is say delicate I lowing facts :- upon Pumpkin hammock, near Cook's, where the hfoujr'it,', npon th>!. coui'lry l 1'1 the rotten bak'n*

A few days notice having been given, a litiouists Mix-iiAMire;i-Lutllo Republicaiifi; no F.\itins and the physicans having adviced very change of!,.I 1 A vessel called the Enterprise, belonging to j prisoners were captured, thc corn was, in i'| system Federal and Bdnkiie its moat* n ghi flagrant to read manigecn.tL them, and bln Tile<&.

large number of the State High: Republicans such no Wt tt.'T'ICI men of Mir, her mother the regeiH purposes lo make the United Slates, sailed from this District 'for I; some places, fit for roasting. It is no easy They :ar r but a lithe of what will be h-'ard (rolD

of Rowan and Davie Counties' assembled in should opposite jirinc PCS! cuiubinc, the PlOPF a tour with, her, either iti Andalusia! or in the Charleston, .South Carolina, with sla\cs on j! matter to penetrate these fastnesses upon the'.j lone aid.of the Territory to the other. Thee resolution -

the Court House at Salisbury, on the 6th before bpcoine alarmed and consider: well, Basque provinces. board, and was driven by winds upon the i is-1! | coast ; but this experiment shows that it can' and? erpecially exhibit! the till Iroeoi forbearan-'e in'sremtrk11dPr. of, the JMftple,
they yield their '
--- May. 1840, to consult together on the great date for the Presidency.support to their cUI.di.j,, TURKEY AND EGYPT.: ; j I and of Bermuda, :a British island and where[ j be don?,aud we hope, in futureit will more ... We learn the Unioi Bank' ropcAM aai

political questions which now agitate the 6. [:: If the letters in the j' 5-ljvery had been :abolished.: TIe British authorities t and b i. arrangement with the New YorK' ,,rchnU atd
Rcsolted : lie frequently) *
country. That \ve protest against the credited, the British arc IoJdll' : papers may; : (took forcible possession of the regroes : attempted accomplihd-thQ', |1'llhli,Ld in tli Now York papers b, whi,Ji*
quietly: ito I we told
The assumption of the name of clipping i fiom are our men but a figure eivfs iu pol-nnte pl\va"'r f in I.rB at Lb.t.reh3nts' .
following Preamble and Resolutions. Whig bv the a quarrel with the Pacha, which the owners, and set them at liber sorry years
_ mixed of may hasten 0:1: thuir from t \ Ba..k iu Nt-w far the
j I return the York pniJ'Jp
assortment politicians The
were unanimously who ty. their clothes
adopted in the meeting :_ Gen. Harrison support the issue of the Turco Eg) pliim > ".- owners der..dcd payment for theirproperty swamps and iutei-i'st ptmt-noleo. due in six. tw"rYe'*'*
the qll t
PREAMBLE : Presidency, inasmuchas For example, the from the London and Great Britain refused on the tatters, aad themselves badly scratched cijrh'cen m"nuI'* and twoyar*, for the inU-reat**.
it following
;, WHEKBAS it is not only the right, but also .is.a name.. that- -does lot designate their -Ioruiul Hcrald: jrround I= that! slavery had been abolished in m wilt los nf f shoc:, elc. t ri.t: : r..r. "_... T* ill UK!A *A.B I&Ot08 akT the ,Bw'York

_ 4 duty of the people to assemble together, and I principles mr. jenerson long ego foretold I ALEXANDRIA, April 6.-Thc Russians the island of Bermuda,at the time the negroes Gen. Brovn, (commonly known banks will d'cuiiui these iiol I""; Ini"doubt. WU
that .
Federalism would often a It.o. it in .traiffr iliat Ih.'DIe uanotI
consult on public I change its name, continue were seized and taken from their I
matters : And, whereas, their warlike measures their owners. Brown) Mr. Green t make *
I : the and experience has that he troopsare In ad (son of Colonel nn ar.ngvineiit wilH the Nc" Y rk blnUt
attempts that are now making by the Abolitionista proven predicted ready to cross the Turkifh frontier. M. plain English, she has decided that un- of the 6th lit hid will auv our me'ehantii theeztorIiofl1shave u
1 and Bank truly. We have seen that first call De dcr the law of nations reel infantry,) aud also Messrs. of
monopolists of the North, BouteniefThas assured the man cannot hold property twenty-five j foer cent that the NPW
of Parramore
ajded by the Federalists in the South, to im. themselves Pccraliu-rhen I Federal Repub. active support of Rusviu, and livia.1 the' in man, thereby endeavoring to set up I and Smith, of Thomasville, Ga., cn-ditor i ncts on U ion Bank>ilK which beS -

Geo. Harrison Jcan.-n8t, Republicans after- willing- tho( principles of the volunteered their services the change rot IImee p.si Bolw."
pose on tho country for Pres. ,-- I ness to send an army to act in bltionist of'our owncountry I on scout, and

ident, are such as should arouse the people to Whigs-and now in some places they the Turkish forces against Ibrahim Pacha. that any man can, may seize and !' did their duty with the rest of the men. We did, subsequently to the above, aUade

-4. action and vigilance : Aud. whereas, these style themselves Democratic Stale.Right I I I The English, on tho other hand, confine set u negro slave at liberty ; and that the citi- Col. Bailey brings back all his men, though to the resolutions as congenial with the opia

J combined. parties. are in the held, using the Republican Whigs"-\e bhould not be *urnrtfifA '' their operations lo intrigue. They are incliu. zeus of the slaveholding States have no such < number are suffering from sickness and fa. ions we expressed last August ; but elCept

1 JDOSI extraordmarv exertions to mak the tn see thorn son 8SUln tll .n._.into.. "nfLoco.Foco ed to prevent, by their naval forces, the depur- property in slaves as would make any other tigue. There was falling back ing that remark, all our comments bad refer*

_-_ unwary belie va that the hard times" are at. Whigs. But withstanding the !:. ture of the Ottoman fet, from Alexandria natio.i, not owning them, liable to pay the The upon pro.vLtionz. ence, not to any mode of relief indicated B
fributable! to the Government facility with whieh they change their while Turkish owners their value, when arrangements of the able and
when, names, so forcibly taken
well ships, and
they ,
t it i is evident that their I I mIl warlike from them industrious Colonel J. B. the resolution, but the evidence they aforfc
J Jcnow that the paper Bunking system in this principles ntrnain tIle stores, should unrcaistedly effect a descent in by tho subjects citizens of such Collins prevented nf eH
the lrtssd
_ < state of tAe rauntrv COVS&
country, and in England, .i is the cause of all sae. Syria. This is the plan which Lord Po.,. uatun.Mr. -

_ i 'these evils, and all the derangement" in the 7. Ruolv That we are utterly opposed I aotiby is said to have communicated to tho Calhoun'tt resolution were introduced Wo shall probably receive the official re. by the Banks.

J currency : We have assembled in the ei er. I to new Federal scheme of the General 1 Divan, and, to ensure its he is en in Congress, with the view of getting the port of Colt Bailey in time for our next The Grand Jury de lared :

____ I pise of the rights of freemen, to express our I Government vidual States assuming the debts of the indi. deavoring, by the medium Iucces ofthe officers be. Senate of the United States to assert the rightof per.Ve are inclined to believe that this pa. "Tfie Grand Jury in and for th. Coantj of L*

opinions on the contracted for local our citizens to their i on. previous to their a"joulDAMlDly took into eoiIef
present state purposes longing to forcibly
of property
Gorgon of
things, und to steamer, and of the one the most effective
t assign whereby the People of North Carolina whoowe taken from them by the British and scouts yet made i-ideralion the call made on them by the reaofuli*** ,
our reasons in how do
why lying roads
we sloop
our to make
_ cannot, and will debts the officers I against the Indians. adopted at Ccntrevilla! OD'the 25th of Apt' I****" ,
_____ I jiot support Gen. Harrison for the next Pre. no such would b taxed to pay for and crews ofthe Turkish fleet, hostile to the you suppose the several parties in the Senate I I I and fully.oneur with .I.. _it _. i." z.. tt,.,.fhli..-
; the -
ci/fa.icv. Therefore; extravagance aud imprudence of other Pachal iinnn this occasion 1 "AJib Illtk to_is nearly good the !it wOIld.bo cruel and impol&o deoiaoa *I0'"

i. nciaivca, i nai,in our Slatcs. These intrigues have been The people of the South would have ex. truth"-The and c c in the payment of debts, until the'iio.tK'_ ,f)".")!'
opinion, the past
hard supported
-II : .i tune*," aow M much talked of are not 8. Resolved, That we reprobate the practice Col. hodges the,British, Consul, who inter.by pected from all parties, Federalists and Dem. of the Star to present tense editor country will warrant such demand ; tu\d "*Brt"commtiid
occa. seems
stored by any acts or measures of the fsuv.0. lately}' adopted by the Federal. Lawyers in this. vening on the par! of the Turkish sailors demanded ocrats, a ready support-that all would have the b experimenting upon forbearance on tile part of er dtorK-
maxim. We This .t
that .
Suite of I forward the we approved also not ith regii
about from pressed in debate had -
erumajt, but lara the travelling Court to a conference with the Pacha and without a dissenting Lofco oOIt

-- wretched) bank paper .y consequences:teln, which jo of this the Court, liaranguei-'g und brow bunting; the begged tho latter to allow those ,deein and. voice, would have asserted the right nothing to do with the banks their dif- to the banks, whom we would compel .fj; }

eou.ury Aad E :igUnd, ban fixed itself! the I people, vtith a view of forcing them off from >us returning home,""Iq- Bior Con.. of Southern men to the PROTECTION of ficulti originated, and.did.not cause them. sum at the earliest day; but we regarf*< .d'

;poole,.A&d liirfcttteui. to ruin their, prosperity Republicanism to the support of their cAudi. stantinople. The Pucua madeThe follow t 'b whole Union in defence of their property lie persists, this ,is the same, :.thing.as to the presentment as,,applicable only.W the o-: '

-t JLJ I lib.J1les. date, Gen. Harrison ; it is a practise based reply:-" It is your policy, which his ..oc.I ng. ,But it was not s: far, very fur this, they Aate nothing to.do with the banks say dividual creditor. 5

%. Zetolwd,.That we are equally j on the presumption, that they are wiser and I casioned.the pressejit state affairs a the manifestation of feeling in this branchof and that be did not DOW ; .

co? .'ue piau centiy put forUi by Mr. opposed J I, better t mea, and that the me, to make c -you Congress toward the rights of Southern misrepresent, garble and A. wagon' was attacked, oa' lWeda 11|
Poinsett pepl preparation in
jar nxorfAuJsjug. the militis ,of tb 'stand ; DC'or 'Jhi i instruction.-. haY"oblg fear a blockade ind de.of,:citizens.- Notwithstanding Wednesday had misquote us stating it.V should l think, I last t a'few mile from Su Marfcs,onbolia .the

WI .tf.l (b .plao pt>poed unJ10dI W great,: vanity {in them. troops* JanVoathe: footing of landing .'been specially Mt apart for 'the consideration some_of,the Ad 1rl's magoatetuaderstood I road and plundered by tbIo4 : ,

it : by >*lv p;tod 51901fnMTibfpopIt m11 for t n w if war..miJity 'othqueD. Mr"Calhotro'i collaaguj by.this .;the :di&rence,be eo.the -
d, TiMj.wen, pomod by II' .** : : .
( a jrt abl :
\ toy Ij
; ; in 'Senate in&prtiwri
[ 4s t L JnibflKer: :, f '
11 -.J & C i -V J .J !: a jr. wi.* what wcow wt,aw:_not Jnro. MeN ."
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1M" f APPOINTMENTS BY THE PRESIDENT The loss offiCe, by the tornado at Natchez I 7 ,
and with the advice and content of Senate. I I -- !
by by the falling QBITUABF. ,
buildings and by drowning in .;
C. CAMBMLKKO to .be En. 8'EOLEflLYAN, .
1 feel 1 CHURCHILL the river, is estimated at upwards of Ares D'parted this lift at St.; Mark, on Thursday,, -

1b 1i ( a ) 1 voy Extraordinary States and Minister Plenopoten. hundred The loss of property fve millions of tile hit!alb( toll.Mr. EKASKBS Ceoius.in IhetSUi year AUCTION A;
; tiary of the United to Rusgia. age. la the death of this estimable! .COMM.ISSION

J JI and j ,AARON VAIL to be Charge d'Affaires orthe of dollar cntloman, we hire sustained a low that u almost jocnp MElt

: we irreparable. He camo among us some three .
JJ I United States to Spain. years
An eloquent writer in the April number of ago, and since that period heshasbcen Florida.
J that LKICII READ to be Marshal of the Middle the Southern employed in his actively Tau
avocation aa a rot rchnl .
Literary > and
District of Florida, in the place of I. G. Messenger, in the from hit ;; ; ,, 1pecte and New Orleans
mJnly bearing and Feuds
I course of an article on the subject of the Na.I j I gentlemanly dcporlI *rftnicd-For (watw'o.AVCTIONER. .
' Searcj, who declines that appointment. m ni, he hacul.lVal.d iho friendship and whir b the highest premium I
I able vy, thus alludes to the battle of the Constitu.{ of all who eoteem I wil t be |laid OT SPQL.Eft,:
If | JOSEPH B. BROWNE to be Marshal of the : had the pleasure of .hia acquaintance. I LYMAN. .
tion jane
at and Guerriere : I I Mr. G. emigrated to this! I 48 axaCoalasloa
II United States for the Southern District of' \ country with a hope of
j "In 1812, the Constitution the Guer. )restoring |hi. health, which was much York
I Florida, from the 8th day of June next, when I met but alai tint foul impaired; New Charleston and Ctoor* SALE .eJ..c
riere and and ,
handful destroyer came, at Funds
II a of American ence blight QAY8Wedaeedsy.sedtaztayt.,1x .
had : which
seamen UM
of the term of service of the present incumbent I the honor of ed he fair anticipations of his relative.and friends. highest premium will Want-r.r. I

',, i I I will expire. I I Sea. which nations demonstrating had IMMMI a fatttrht problem In con.id.on.. the, I oor"lt Although, Wllh_u bin_ .n manl"illness_.., .was........severe...__ ami...._..11 protracted___L __ ,_he.. t- june 5 SPENOLER a LYMAlt. .a KOTI date 1 ih E..n apply t UM Hoo.
II -- -- ,
--c-n .v..a..vu. .y aanA Oluealn z,
I Wm. B. Dabney, late first teller of the I er difficult, if not impossible of rotation. In hi. ffliuioru with a becoming fiilh in hia: G.d and !Floor, Daeo. Lard, llloIaM 'letton.tb.f 4g Covity CDr. LSM, (o

an ; Bank of Virginia, has returned to Richmond. 'j I one half hour, the charm which for ages had Rf'd- en'.r.. .-- ------ I ___A._ R..A. I/I Pacfc TW1? fo? sate,by '"dmjr froia -e3 e.I Gwg., dMM.a4riailntio O 0. of_ he
hung around --
af I He he has .I I the wooden walls of Old Eng. miNERAL SPRINGS. 11 t 4 HACKLEY.
1 says appropriated a dollar of 1 land," and which held fc LYMAN. -
j whole navies spell. THIS ritaMuhinenl has been opened for the
at | missing money to his own use. He implicates bound, was gone foicver. An English man. i>l !aeiwri, by Ihe subscribers, and is now Tamalca a New England oe.
ep PurehiMn
ready for Moll md and American Hom ft 1 in UM Em Iwlf
B. Green, whose trial is still going of.war was a prize and her crew prisoners, have reception of visitors. .trr.ngem..nts mon Brandy Madeira GinCorllc THE io Township 1 of o
been made for the accommodation I Malaga and Claret 3 Raijp I !ff Ort
in Richmond, Dabney being a material to an American ship of her own class. n.niber of Tiilori, and of a roa.s..n.l.le Havana white and double-refined Wine. and Weal, ar reuatt|o com* rorwar prior U
per ample vupplirs laid the 20lh
against liim. Green has Dacrcs the in .f the comforts and of the Brown' Mjrera, and common La Sugar instant, .Ule (or the.m or oa that
been a r recollecting affair of the ill. many luxuries of the Spanish day iho will
speculator in houses lots starred Chesapeak, held his in countrThtille who patronize this place during Cigar,Haana Coffcc..Sperm Candp| No. IS"..?,' plprty R. revert to lhooiinal O"Dr.
to re etc., in that enemy con. iho summer, will find their filiation Raspberry & Lemon &c., &c. J.HACKLEY, Aocthwoo
into "' and through Dabney, managed to I tempt-and when he saw the Constitution than! umnl. The Springs and Bdtliing-H'-usen more pleasant brir Luna, and f"r.Ie!Syrup by landed from -Tallahassee; May 7, 1840 41

I i standingybr him, from his soul he pitied the in good order the waler delightful: and are May 30. SPENGLER LYA1AN. Notice.
good large sums of money from the Bank : rashness of her commander. Disdaining to in attcndarico! to tho calls of the viMtora. servar.ts I HOSE who himi
T on 4th
sl sf l security, a large amount of checks II I man uvre before such an enemy, the haughty Tho waters of the Suwannee Spring are justly DR. .OlIN II. POPE at tl.e allLribr-negroes auction room, will, iallDI e".

been paid, and retained in bank as the I Englishman opened his fire at long shot : and j:I valids cclebratfd have for fmind their ,medicinal properties-many in. OFFERS his professiona. serviceato the people ofsicknesa the negroes, apply (or m.dica tid'at
great re.'icf: and others restored J..f"rlun Office in Monticello. Dr. Randolph.
entati\'e of money. This is another of' boldly stood for the American ; but his enemy to health and vigor by their use. For a plcnsant .ver the Oro William Denham A- Co. I .prill 37. R,J.HACKLEY.

evils of (the extended credit system.... was the very elite of chivalry. Even at such report during the minnn-r months,this place oquall; M..nticelU.May. 30.1840.REMOTAL.. Town
a moment the American tars could but admirethe any other situation in Florida, or the adjoining Properly Cor'Sae or nat
has failed for thousands ; and the mc. CO Ii fl try. FOR SALE or J
i noble daring of the Briton. They felt THE undersigned hav? removed their tock .f PIll n Tallihaaseo Ii
and Charges will be moderate. with th
| laboring man, as is Hou
generally the I proud to see their foe bear him in such gallant E. G : from their former shod in Berry's iher-on. Apply t R J

Per <' are losers to a large amount. style. And in their sailor song of victory, Jui.fS. 1840. 46 CHARD PONDER) rONES. Clinton Row, to streets the store, on the cnrner of Monroe and a 7, 1840 23

1 I Wm. J. Price, who sometime since ab. they called him the gallant Dacres bold." I NOTICE. ninn & Hall, where r-cently they occupied continue by Mer Gor-

or from New York, said to be a large Captain Hull had determined on his positi.n. i j,! WN pursuance of the provisions of an act of the hind atren-rnl assortment wil stnpic: and to fancy keep Dry on

Bank' to the Government has The shet first fell short, then began to j]j fl. Legislative Council of Florida, tonmend an acte'jlilled I:i Goods! Grorcnes, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Hard. -
un act to incorporate | wart and Cutlery
j the Subscribers Crockery and
reach !
Glaagwaie, with
finally; to tell. The
he docs not the impatient crew ; the Union Ban of almost nrlicle suited W
says owe Government a : Florida and by ordor of the every to the wants of the
turned from the vaunting: Englishman to their I j t Board Din-dors, "f bald I country. Their friends and a. g
: The t uth will 00 made manifest Bmk I will, on Wed. the public are invited
i Sool1.Le'is own! commander; to cach, if they might by agLince tr.lOd'yIIt" 24th instant, between I the hoars of 11 to cal and examine for Ihem elyeJ. ATJCTIONEEB
: : : j j the late cashier of the Schu"lkiIJapk of the eye or the motion of a lip, the I j ii'clork A. M.and -Vlock! P M., nt the front door: 3'> 44 .JAMES E. BROOMS CO. Port Leon, Fla.
( i 1 of Philadelphia! has been unvested in half spoken order. But all that could be read i tin r>f th; hanking Eiouje, proceed to sell at public NOTICE. SALES DAY Every Sa.AdminI5trter'

and through the exertions of our :\liu.I I the riMMiliir lims: of that rnmifpnatirp.vm__n -.r -- ___ I in uurtion: ; hliarcs, to in the the highest Capital bidder Stock for of cash the ,Union the follow-Bank/ D U--I1VG my abiriice from the Territory, JAS. Sale.

: I Mr. Cuss one hundred; and thou- I the coolness: bravery, and the stern resolve vI" t'Jurlda. '..IZI :- KuKfEr. and JOH:W.ARGILS are my autho. WILL b'lld, on SATURDAY. 13tb Juno .
fifty .
I tZt.d 'M"I" P. the_ rarn nf Edwin W. _
: "to do die. 14 share heretofore >
or The Guerriere : in of Jas. u Dony.
dollars of enveloped standing namo KERR
his il'.golteii gains secured may 1840 44Notice uoncer.m Tal.b..e, th. personal ofEd-
in a cloud of smoke from Stewart, decvaed.o5 mond property
her B.
the I the Bank. He is i detained in briskly worked do in VUI late of,Jefferson county, deceased
till name of A. B. Black wIlI.
custody [, battery, continued to near. Her shot indebted connisUixj; of HOUSEHOLD & KITCHEN .
fl"w. 177 do do persons the FURNITURE
do ALl / E.tatf Hr.VRv
: I wishes of the Bank, in regard to him, j. thicker and thicker and louder and louder I HY. I.. RUTGERS, Afs't Ca-hier. A drca"ed., 'tate of Leon County, are TermsStsma, BOOKS. PLATE, CARRIAGE .

{ be ascertained. grew their whistle through the air. The two Tall/ '_a 'cc, June 4, 1840 46 hereby rcquir.d to mike payment and those under $.50Ca.h ; ofa that sum,
I Swartirout, who completes the list of a I ships are along side ; the American has! gained Public Sale of Lots in the City of claim aulhchticated against, within said Estate the wi exhibit them h.vn&a credilli. hi Jinuary out. .with V approved,

in of the his position-and with the TALLAHASSEE. the prescribed by law,to may 30 44
largest swindlers in money, mat. word, Now's the iSubxcriber for payment, or the same be _Adm'x

has not yet been heard from. Sooner I I time boys for good sba-ts and gallant blows," ON FRIDAY the lOih day of July next, will barred. ALMAS ALI,'i E members of the Grand
offered for sale, in front May 23 4w* T Petit
the Constitution of the Executive Juri.
the i later he will be I opened her well directed and Ollite, the Comrm.-Muner -_ Administrator.IA for Leon County Superior at tho
brought to justice. I by of the of Talaliusaet Cour
________ galling fire. Hull strode his taffrel. I City I II November Term who
] h __ He saw I ), a number of Valuable! \ Building Lot, vary. 1st of tellers remaining in the Post Of- I are J8 hare no paid,
The last numlrcr of the Southern Ladies' the enemy's mast go by the board, and gavethe ing in :oize from ;5 to 10 acres, and affording: desira fice at TulUliiisne. on Vie'1st day of June, at now office notified tba am prepared to pay thins
order to "fire low." With I ble files! lor Building. The Lots 1840-if noi taken out -ilhin three my of the capitol square in TtDaha .
a : are advantage.oiHy months
conies to much play upon they *>ee, unlit the
us lt June.
improved in matter, will bo sent the Tiiose who do
sit'ialed to General not
on l words and one loud cheer, the crew caught up : immediately contiguous to the Ci.y I letters. post office aa dead by that time, and sign the return, will cal
particularly: in the txpograhicul execution : of Tull their the order and the word "Hull\

rely. the Will Ic. In commencing any new pub. ;Jher\ !" passed fore and aft, and was her-echoed Hull j Maps; and of in the the Lots meantime will be mure provided particular on the information day ofsale i Arm.I'onl Anderson Walker Mias A 2 A Jaruenon Jaseph L.b K Ona of the administrators THOS.of S.BROWN H. Duval,

the proprietors labor under very t and answered from gun to gUll. The Guer. jug, be h.id at the Commiasioueri' Olfice. i Andrr-wsMrsMary 11er I John 2 May 1- deceased late Marsha I M. D.

k riere was riddled and dismasted At the fame lime and place, and the I Adee Wm Lieut 93 "
advantages particularly in the South a wreck. on a.mctcriis : King John L
I Hewar.
there will be offered a Quarter let-linn or lha Auld John KnuDD'' UUM.H. I OST, on the 3d Tallahassee
country. The difficulty ot obtaining I FROM ST. AUGUSTINE. right: tv* locate a quarter section on the 'Public Atwood Wm H Kirkland 'r and Robert inst.nt, an English silver Watch
the scbr.
o i -By Em.
i and materials for Laiids in Leon Countygranted by Congreta for lbeclllafjlislllllelit Anifcrx Hamer J Kyle'! Jinpy with the name tho
establishing such C .ubsribr. on back written '
or pireCiipt. Southvfick arrived yesterday from of seats of u>>tico therein. Adion. John Learned with the a knife. Whoever
on an equality in appearance with St. Augustine we received the News of that Terms One-fourth of the purchase money inca Addison W H L, .. Ch"are. said watch to this office, shall receive will the return above

at the North, or which have been sue- j city of the 15th inst. from which we copy the &h ; and tho balance secured by a note, payable Allen Cot (IAdjutant L'idmton John R mird. J. FOLLENSBEE

five sfully established at the following : on His first day (March, 1841. with approved se- 6th Infantry Lester Mrs Catharine Tallahassee, May 9 41

realized by those who have had some can only little j I i i St. Augustine, May/ 15.-Gen. Arrnstead curity. Comnm THOMAS: ii>n r City BALTZELL vfTILIt.huue.June Brewer Bridge'Catharine Powell Lang J"vel!Henry Charles S BEMOV.

in such '. has ordered a concentration of 000 men, at 5th, 18O 46 nor{je 'ames' JUdlizell George removed their
and matters. The contents Fort King, on the 22d of this month. They I J T'l'ne Apalachicola Gazette the Pensacola Gazciir ; Thos Livings.on Felix THE from their old stand in entire es.

the work is highly creditable to the au. I II!' will be composed of footmen and horsemen, cud tiiK St. AugUktinc Hi-raid! will publish alfarlan Mrs E A Lockleer A How,;o the New Brick Buildi-joii Monroe Ben'
:-:, and calculated I the above till/ tin- day of sale.jTlarsliaK'. 8iron Dr H Lynch James ,next door to Wm.H.Wyalt & .tet.
to improve the moral, and operate in divisions: of 10J each, inde. Co,where they will
: Saml! A
areallove Maner! Wm ii the business
and intellectual condition of the female pendent of each other, in the enemy's coun.I I I Sale. Bryan S in ZadJlti same .1eretofors-iz:
'f.&g By ot ri. la. iMtued out of Leon Superior Morgan PeterMclntyre dealing Bridles, HOTnates
; The editors deserve as we I: try. The season for gathering their grain is Court, on thf Iwtnly.firfct day of May, 1840 lgeVm Dr C S of all dencription ..ar.n 1 nrral a rt--

has ::; not they will receive the liberal | near at hand, as well as assemblages for the ugainsl the goods and chattels, blavei, lands: anu BKal'Capt B L McKay MajorMAlliMer "ientofJfaus Trimming Bittt and i'pwt, Coach,
sup. i!I green corn dance, when purification for war 1 teiicmentt ol Jlugle Archer and oilier.*( directed at Hradley Mr 'ii* Elizabeth I Gig and Ruin Whips, TmnJa, Bapit
of the reading public. ;i and a narration of their titfrnri4H3. I I the uit of Jonathan Gauldiiijf, I hate this day le- 13a?elt Henry I Moore Worml R Va/is/ t*. Bags, Hat Boxtt.&"CY_ S-kirting,
strclHrth.I Ivied Belcher Mr him. ft ...
*f sfftr.ttT'tm
I\\ i tin Mathews + F. .i&
i"f --- e---- on ; :StiMiu Mill aiturftod in tie! CO'IlI"II i u K riktreddhove ,. H""llfY'Hf_
; 1000 Augusta Mirror is a very neat, inter.I I! en them to renewed elf rts in their aggressions 1 Leon, and appurtenances ilioieto, und slia'l' .---J n Hi.7th San.l or )vvm Martin WJMelro co and SAul Hi,.,. -

I and on the whites. Should these scouts lilY of July next, at the Coun House iffTalU 1.1 e Tliomu .. Bre and Martingales, mad.
entertaining literary gazette pub. h hacc : 'oliD Mann Wm to order, at short
: ,now charged with the duty of hunting for Leiwcen tiio l ligiit! hours pr.'&.t"U to sell, A notie.
lio h semi-monthly by Wm. T. the inti-refl of I' bald Brown ratbluliel2 Mile Capt D S WARD
; \ Thom-so-i, i: the enemy, coma upon them( wo hope for re. 0 Hugh Archer in the raid Bruce ct MAY.
N. B.
be ( \ Ga.! at three dollars Steam Mill, lv> the highem bidder for specie, to l11 Massey Richard T Pfpaiting done in all the above articleeaj
: per ann 11m. suits differing at least from those which han nlillfy said writ utcording:: tu law.S.ll.bUVAL.. B.-uwn Handy 2 Mnnson A.a mual. 42 15
: T. is! well known to may of our citi. : J had for the last twelve months. A great and : Marshal, Bra.lford. Dr Edward Marckewi' Anthon may

), ; and his articles, detailing incidents 'i invaluable gain will be effected in the de. j June 3. 1 l8t046by1iNUa_ XViucga: D. M. Blankiii''lii Maluen| Felix Morris Monsieur G HILL To the Citizens of Florida :
Baily M.ixwell tike charge of
Thomis all claims
fctruction of the Indian I for
under his ifoticc in planting grounds, J t EDWIN W. Thos S tailed lO"t sus
a campaign in ;i DORSEY Cry a u McCalaxs Alex 2 by our citizen in the war with the
and he will learn with | ,
and likewise during a former rest- ,I trembhng.that although AUCTION AND COMMISSION B.own Col Muse Lieut S E Florida Indian: ,; abi will, as their attorney ir fact
he| has in he Uruen D B (authorized
sown quiet shall not reap in se-I Mock Lieut Wm to act as suchprocecnte their claims
here, arc read w ith great interest by I of our friends. We Brewstcr Lieut Wm H Miller Gen S created by law for tiit .
bespeak for the i in Florida with u vigorous hand.- j, Tallahassee, Florida.Administrator's Brown T A MeMuIlin Those who desiro clam..
John L may to have .
; kept : a more extended circulation i in this ( 'Success mut and should accompany such an Sale of Personal Bailey Nathan MochJC call on THOS. H. DuVAL, at my: ,who will

effort ; and, it he fails he will have the proud Property, Household Furniture, <& ION Bailey Madison Nightingale Mr will prepare the requisite Eq.powers 1'llah.a.attorney con

()::J- We will act as ngent, and will or. consolation of not having deserved it. SA TURDA Y MORNING, Uth inst., Burrows Band! C Mrs B Eliza 2 NeWII)1 Oakey Daniel Capt W D FF2' taining undertaken tho terms by me.upon which tie business will b

the work for any of our citizens. THE LIFE AND TRUST HANK.On AT 11 O'CLOCK, 1 will sell in front of my Billing Iey James A Oliver Jaaies 6 lay 43 3m WM. P. DUV
room, thi personal property of Ed. Bach Hun Alfred Olive. Miss Sarah The Florida A
Friday last the Life and Trust Bank ward B. Vatm. diceaned.: consisting: of Householdand II &.Andenion Padrick Miss Emelixa. o, Pentacola StaQucl Sentnel SUoeeph
Dewning a of the 17th : .
says i,I refused to redeem 3,000 dollars of its billsand .Kitchen Furniture Book. Plates. Carriage, &, Clark Win G Patterson Alex Augustine, will iD.rt Guele above for three month of St. r
', from Washington : "As to politics Ii:i I since that time it has suspended ohogether.I .- i jj 1' Tint-All sums under $50 can'i' -over $50; ( c.1 Crane Joseph C Powell Lieut R J 2 and forward their accounU to me at ,
credit till tho 1st TaUahu.W.
January next, wild Christee JamesCraig
already taken stand for approved Peacock Dr. Howell
I from ,I my Harrison. j I I I The billholders next day went to its counter, curity. EDWIN: W. DORSEY, se.1 Win'P Powe'l} Mrs Violet P. D.

the have thought as much for some time, from and could get nothing. There are now I June 6, J8-1O 46 Auctioneer. I C"al c' Rfiiiimin Powell TnlinCUton NOTICE.--- -

: and large number of Lives of Harrison," <: about $25,000 of its bills in this City, for PRIVATE SALE. C Prescot Daniel B 2 IX weeks after dale, application will be mad.
1 0 which it either draw Charleston HAVE received Co\'il&IOn TristramCrossumn .& Nathaniel k to the Honorable Iho Judge Jefierson
Harrison Abolition speeches! with which can not or give I[ on curisigiiiiu-nt. and will! ell, Court fur Ulior CODa
30,000 feel first Benjamin Pulman J G ty of the
or other bank bills which might be made quality flooring boards; admldi.ttatio H
that lumbered our mails for the last two' avuilnblc to the holder. 50,0(10(, 4' inch do Cromwel Oliver Pnckhtust George tate of Mr..CLU ALL&DGz,deceased,late of said ,
.. counlv.
s. We have received 30,000'' 3-4 Clear'nln! Lewis ACoaptr Pheny Mr
believe weathcrboarding
we ;
I We have now the move which induced the IOUoo" .* 'smiling; Win Patrick Lieut R May 2 43 JOHN ,B. COLLINS.
---- I document from our delegate, during the directors to throw themselves on their so 10.000 fills and (plates! ; Compbl'I'rhos Rogers Penina

.(Jfa !! :! i M>:s:>ion of Co.grcs! and sundry Whig: called "vested rig his," and prevented an in. 30,000" joice; Cannon CI.nochanVm Win Honey' Mrs Elizabeth A Fresh\\Provisions ILSON & CO.hre and Grere
100 casks RiieyRiloy DC.
\' : If he has been equally' attentive, ve&tigation by the Committee appointed by 10 bin [>ickl!>.d;cod |)cni|<8y MrDrew Mrs of Provisions and Groceries I fre-frm

; but .: : ; constituents ii: other sectious,tlH y mus-l Gov. Reid, and the reason those directorshad Fcb -29 :39 EDWIN: W. DORSET. ThosP Kiley lirh.lel l\rrabeIa Baltimore, by the schooner T. 11 Beton, which
for publishing a garbled correspondence iw Cupt Gustavius Riley BRust they offer to their former customer and the
us .wd their hAY & BUICK. Major pub
culiglatl as to interests I' Davis Wm II lic generally, tow. for Union Bank
;; to( justify H concealment of the actual condition .Ia Harriet Not
!:! lips, We think the Colo.iel might DAILY rXJ.I.rltd frolll V.vYrk, 100 bales Duriinui James Rouse Canada -A choice selection of Iron
:lCC of( Sf) rotten a concern. 30,000 god hard Brirk. D_iru"ii Gcorgo Roach wrought NAILS, which they will sell low,ae
by paid us little utlci.tiuri fur old]I I Spencer W 2
: a nuro ( Here the Bank has done no business of EDWIN W. DORSEY Dix Wm Roberts Wm I Union Bank Notes.

Sake, and that too, when he consequence. It i is charged with speculating may: 30 3. Berry How. Duval John/ P 4 Rpbert Nathaniel ALSO -A small lot of good FRNITURE

,, 1: our ardent wupport of his interests( in cotton at Apalachicola, and Tallahassee, ICE Lr-ICK 1 1--ICEU--CIIEA1'I! Ouyie E,l\vardDdhiel Roacli John Bank which they Notes would for be low pleased to 1la
fill HE Subfcribcr purrliBM-il >>f Gen. Brown in : Shelmin! Ridfe/ey/ Lieut a prices. .
i;, a payi.ig for it in Union Bunk notes and issue Randolph inarch 21
he friend of the a'dministrHtion
: was a f _H Fehruary lal, his ICK HOUSE( and STOCK Do Will C W Russell W 3
the : !: the prit.ciples which he must have re- ing its own payable at St. Augustine, which OF I ICE on hand i rd on-iho Uth instant receiveda Dowhng Willis Sherwood James For Sale
'; have found their way here for redemption because further from the Jumna B Shine or
his supply/ 1''orlh. and he is nowirpred 1orry R A Thr- commodious .Bnt .
1 to become a Hainson man, if he! the Mother Bank paid specie. Its to furnish the citizens TallahaKjn with Erin JEaMon Snoll H V at ST.MARKS a HOTEL

t t tio I possessed them. Cut we su. pose his i branches at Tiillahaasee and Apalachicola do I lie article tt reduced price, at his "establishment L C, U S A SauUhury) "Henry 'II'I the subscriber. ,Possession recently occupied. by

1 allies have: estranged him from his old I not redeem the bills, except for drafts. Here next door tu Capt. Bond's Store, on Monroe sireet. Farmer Eastman C pi S E Smith \\niF _t mediately. ,Apply to the undersigned given im,
After the tat of June tho prices will be all follow: George Smith M C or to Wm.
{ lie should( have u care that they do they have been issued, payable at Apalachicola ) For J 100 lb.. $2 5J Felkel William J Sricdand Feb. M'NaughL F.
are ; i! him for their amusement only. < which have been redeemed at 2 per ct. 50 12.5 Frierland A -
.! for drafts. Now, the Bank cannot draw; but 25 62 !.eaaD fihanr ETliiDVFuiicloth ICE ICE ICE !

:, ; vai ..... I regre1 to notice the destruction by fire 'u prospect is held' out to the bill-liolders 12 6 "" JI 18 l-'arluis[ J.Lemuel me* Shirer Sollier A Anna AogulQ THE to Tallahassee Ice Company .iii abiWs.

too llY mornit g. the 17th ultimo, of the J t that it will stint be able to draw on New P. S. In cane of sickness thono who cannot arT>rdIn l Foy Jesse W Spurt sil.giles ary article ensure to the community a constant supply of this aecea.
on reasonable
SIW; Mill and Grist Mill belonging to York at ninety days, that is as soon as they !purrha will be fornixhed cm I is. F Mrs UachaelFainheld Shclun Char rh* frt year they reduced the price more ten than
say, (can sell their cotton. The concern is in a From the difficulty and expense of getting Ice to Joseph K Swin James considerable lost the
hair ;
luch Rail Road: Company. The ,pretty fix. Its president resides at Apalachicola thin place, lhn undersigned is of opinion that it FieU-hur Laulc. Sntll! Stephen W have brought on a large acpply.present MD they

; it a believed was set on firo by one 300 miles distant by tho most direct cannot he uld here Ht less than 4 cents per pound, Fro am a n Smith Jackson are disposed to nell at a reduced price,whl.nhe at .
Floyd George Sock
without IOMI to the seller, but as the Ico Company Stephen their
negroes belonging': to the Company ., route. The Cashier who is one of the directors h lian put I the price do\\ .. he i ia disposed to do the Fleeting RIC'h.d( J 3 SiLls Solomon ICEHOUSE.CO.ort This the DrifStore ef E.

: and loss is estimated at from 20 to 30,000 at Jacksonville 40 miles, ofl'of; the remaining um!'. He kas engaged in tho busine.. wilh time Green Lieut Col John 2 Swain U hilnell ted for public:JR eonvnienc and Cmp&wue are i ipectfully
L i intention of full of Iro the fiaxkinsllemy G 2 Smith Thou te publ. ,
furnishing supply
We understand the i directors of he Bank here-one a .calle on to .Utli .i; they amat
)i Comjmrnyntend citizens of Tallahassee and will erect duri! -g the Gad den Col James 2 Scales Dr A W abandon they ,and
resigned a week or two since, a third has Garnoll Theodore S bi object 91" the community
the immediately. fall a largo( Ice Howe,on an improved plan, for the Sedgwu-k Saml in future return to then old
price ef 6 8
> gone off; and the fourth is about leaving.A .- noxl season, inter.ding lo make the buninosg per. Gaillard Mrs Ann H A Shuler John and 12 cents per pound. They ,

I I I last night's mail, we received the Au. majority of the directors reside in Middle manenl. He regrets to see the inlimati-m in the Granger Lieut i S 3 Swassey! G A the house opes two hours each prp, t. keep an
notice of the Ice that unlem Harris James be ,
a detailed of I Florida. Company Trembley! can sapplieo at cents per pound; from that
papers giving a account a 1 The adage that "rats runaway from fal. supported, tile price of Ice will go up to 6, 8 or 12 h[lay Jacob Tuten P M 'lime till 9 P.M.they can b supplied at all
D flood on the Savannah river. In Au. cents. Tie! undersigned will pledge himself to Hersoa Steven Taylor Edward W at Barnard's, at per pound. .
u number of ling houses, extremely applicable furnish Ice six month. in the year, to any of ihecitizns Harris Capt R Taylor E F Tickets can be bad, aa asual, atert
a buildings were this case. Most of our store keepers have who will conlract with him, for four cents h/uRter A R S 2 Thornburah Wm M Bull & Co .lth. o J.B

and much property destroyed. Ham refused to take any more of ill bills. What per pound.or II low as any other person will sell it. Mia Rebecca C Leut G II THE DIRECTOK1.

his 8. C., opposite Augusta, is entirely un. I loss there may result to the bill holder", we Tickets to.be had at the JOHN establishment.CAI.DWELL. HoseioB Hoalde\Dr Francis W W Thnmrwon Thompson Wm. Jane M Tallahassee. May 26, 18 43 3

in tome parts from six to nine feet cannot pretend to say. There must be some may 31 44 Holland Win Utmer Joseph A IDT The are rta ested to

Most of the bridges on the Savannah at least in the delay which must necessarily NOTICE.THOSE Had, Sam! J Yas* DOIla 2 .tokoldr JfNE at the Store mt J.ea

ensure before they will be redeemed ; but persona to whom I am indebted'' are Hail Benjamin Verdier Dr John HWilliams Bull 4 Co., on roportant, t bal. B
. have been washed the flood. .
; j away by it. The Mil Amelia flinty P
able boar
% this fuJI ou those best to to present their bills for payment; fardtrov.
C 2 AWhite P
i John WilliamGustavm
.. give further particulars in our next. people of St. Augustine have no confidence also those. gentlemen who are indebted to int;arnm Hubbard Aaron W H 9 .TlER.
the institution, and have taken good care amounts nte
hat in 2 Watkins Margaret
have before the Jackson La. or (heir bill., .. I am determined to leave here for HupkiiuJH Mi. C.partosrship lt January, .
.: i uIaay. ( ) to turn their bills into more available l"n-1., Now York,for a short liiar.Mav Hoyi Charles R Wood. dir the sty!. of FKANCU& H.T, at the nil. ;tttW
iabed & a stalk of the cotton plant, from specie, "inconvenient!" as it may be as a 30 3* J. H. LUNN. Hal J W Williams Samuel oWI. .hCI f
do, relative, of G., W. Catlett this ----- Ward GrorgeT2 WM.H.IRACl"J'.b
IM.frieud plantation Esq. ( currency. Even the pretended friends of the NOTICE. Hyman- Franci Caleb 11

= Pl'optr of Mr. Vii '.growth,) two feet"and a half in length: bank have been fearful of letting 12 ,o'clockM. SIX months after dale I shall apply to the Hon. Johnson Hale *Wm. 8 Wall Watkiaa Master Laurence, KOe. ,_ .

:. estimate upon : five bowls. We knoW' but little of ., pan without sending for, the IpU**- of Leon Covntjr Court, for letttr diJ. Jordan Seaborn i Ann tIx wee altar apply-I.the 11es. .
ol._. I but'should think minsor/ 'admiqislralrix oa the Estate of J.T.., War A ). CsomstyCourtMa4aooCeaa.
planting, tbjeztraot- ,
its ;
J D&JnIltke.
dishonored to -
The Bank baa "jOITh$ pay, IUftm.1.boQ J.Wht ria
'of. ,
late for
: Jorm.oa, aid ,
Coantyvdeeeaaed.l tj ,
; I.I ; ,, .Usa1'sdiminIstntqn., .
;. D&w.9i io.. ., it not: being' an.;:Isolated... stalk,.but twice and the P.fOpll!now:know vfhat raitb.to. .. .. CATHARINE JOHN80lfb. ,- Johnttoa QorgS C P *. TBratz Davukbt ef said county,q-dteaCBAaLOTTIMJATie.thsietst., .. "* .. -

:.I ; &ncl II for > random, a cample:of in-averag. placin any fuUtfawsthtt, maT be made.g B/ .' Agent, P. KUI. .
wl bQ.8CARCYPM.- .
South knOWS i in an extssnsire field. f (. Jivgnttiia HtraU.ik. nay 31 t 44 I Ma/tO.; IHO. .
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_i1 1; f !' LEGAL. NOTICES. -- PROFESSIONAL NOTICES. A Seed" Pena for Sale. subscriber Book will Binding.Continue. the; above busl- For present Sale,year.or to Motion Bent 8, (LafayetU. rabKribers EKGUtBBBniiu reapoctfel) --_ 7 .t

2 : LOT of Red and White Crowd Peas, and THE FOR"the North of ,Tallahassee THE : q1laiattU ,
of ) situated 4 mil!" of ,Tana"'lIee
1 .a at the S. W. Corner Washington their
11 i NOTCU. Coro Peas for sale. Apply to
Road which there are riendltriJW '
Square and Munroe Street and having a complete oo the Georgia on public'generally, I'm tin e/ hue :
IX raontha after data, we shall 1 applj) to tho ATTORNEY AT tAW JOSEPH F. C. HARLEY assortment of the best of Linen Paper, he i i. now about 80 acres of cultivated Land well fenced in. selves into copartnership, tor the ..' :.
Honorable the Judge of Leon Count/ Court, AtTiia Plantation in the Dutch eltlement. F.GERARDIN, ENOIMZUIKO Pnpoie otC"
Tallahassee, Fla. enabled to manufacture Blank Books of every description Apply to ; and, accordingly,
or letter of dUmlmion administrator of the estate April 2 1840. 2 suiuble for Banks, Public Office, Merchants ap 4 36 Port Leon. their patronage,in the making .,
: % of JOHN A. WILLKT dccoatcd, late ol said on Monroe Street, in Wal', new build e .
Ofce ing. May 26. ORDINANCETo and others, in single or complete setts ; DISSOLUTION. ing-and improving of an? kind of i
county.. WM.G.LADDYWILLEY PONDER,, I prohibit AN selling of spirituous lquor to Deed, Record, and Docket Books. and all other Co-Partnerthip heretofore uistinc be. aqaedncu, embankment., &e, and ia .aS
J. M'CANTS, and mulatoen, the Blank Books used by County Courts can be .btain. THE branches of this vast science QCh
( the Subscribers in tne Tallahassee
IS 0 X AdminisLrators.L : slave negroes
april 4, ; Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Corporation of the City of Tallahassee. ed al short notice, ruled and bound in any style Exchange, is this day dissolved by mutual con ing of land:plotting,pUnninr; and eating'h'

Administrator's Notice. ILL practice in the Courts of the Middle' Sec. 1. Bo it ordained by the Intendant and quired, and warranted equal to nothern or any sent. The business will bo elated by J. G. Wil-! race. and (ulehe., canals, &e., on tDU.-... .I

[IX mbnlli after date 1 ball apply to the Judge District and in tko Court of tl. Office Council of the City Tallahassee, That from and other manufacture. Particular attention will be liam",'v bo is duly authorized to settle the lIame.J. practical principle .

t of the Couotj Court of Jefferson County, for at Tallahassee, Fla. if .ppe, 1840W after the of this Ordinance, it shall not bo paid to re.binding old Books, Newspapers, Magazine G. WILLIAMS, LLOYD ** .ft..
.. final settlement and discharge from the Administratorship lawful for passage any person within the l limits of this Gly, *, Pamphlets, Music Books &c. in plain or Aprit let, 1C40. WM. W- TAYLOR. Tallahassee april 11, 1840 37 -1PB

of SOLOMON HOWARD, deceased. JOIIN P.ATTORNEY. DU'\L, to sell spirituous liquors or strong drink*, in ornamental binding, or to match patterns. Paper LAnATION

BENJAMIN BARRON, AT LAW : less quantities any than 1 quart, to any slave, free new ruled for Bilk, Letters SfC. NEW MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING By Robert Raymond ,Reidt :

Jan II, 1840 23 Administrator. practice in the courts of Middle and groe or mulatto, without a written pcrnmiion lie baa for sale a good assortment of Blank of ESTABLISHMENT. I Florida. G'if

Administrators Notice. WILL Florida, and CourtofAppoits. Rec- from their owner, guardian or employer of such Books, Letter and Writing Paper,ruled or plain, undersigned most respectfully informs it is made knOW'D

dence near Gen. Brown's. i slave,-free negro or mulatto for each and every the best quality. Ruled pupor tlf every description.. THE Ladies Tallahassee and vicinity. that I WHEREAS. JACK, a to ... .

ALL persons indebted to the estate of I can Jan 25 26 palo so made, uodcr. the penalty or being fined not L All orders thankfully received and promptly attended she has opened a house in the above line, on Mon t1 of one Daniel Hoack,aegis of Leon Ir..e. 111, Pl pl
deceued of
on county, are hereby acedinfly dollars, and not Ices than twenty. to. P. roe street: and between the stores of Mr. Francis was confined in the of Count"jj .w

t notiCed demand to make immediate will payment and all ub those 8. W. Cnrilac'A JTIedicus .A. LODI dolS, flne.half to the Informant, Iud the Tallahasaer, July'13-if and Mes>rs. Gorman 4* Hall, where she hopes, charge ol Rape, has made jail hi..aid ? !
tho cri-
I liaving present them to ATTORNEYS AT LAWTALLAUASSF.E Dther the use of the Corporation. Cotton 'Vei hinlf'; from a strict attention to the business, to merit a 'and i. now at large ; e.cape* 'fronalli4jait.

bore, duly attested, for settlement. FLA. Sec.2.And be it further ordained. Tint it shall be T liE subsci iber nppointtd Weigher ofCollon share public patronage.Feb Now, know ye, that I, Rostar
ESTHER B. ROSn, Adm'a.I the duly of the City Mamhall.if! shal have good in pursuance of an act passed ut llio last soi- 15 29 if MRS. M. A. CLARKECopartnership. Governor of Florida Lton I
ILL in in thn SnperiV by virtue
I DKVAUN.Adm'r. ,.T practice p'arlfPrllip casue to Suspect this ordinance I is violated by any licensed ion of tIll Legislative Counril, respectfully in- vested in me law do o. lu. autj ,.
I March Courts of the Apalach.ieiilaDistricts hereby
21. J, 184Q. 3 or Ind ,' retailer of the City.to report the same to the i forms the public that h' i ill pre pard lo weigh Cotton offer a r...

Sale.BY and in the Court of \ ull. Their Intendant and the CII)' Council who shall 1 at their I I. either in thia city or at the Railroad Depot.I .- THE subscribers havo this day formed a co Two Hundred Dollars
Marhal's office i for the iu the court house
i virtue ff a writ f sued nut of Lron il present discretion, have full power to cau.-e the lieense of I j 11111' scales are manufactured at the si me place as at Port Leon, under the name for the apprehension of the .aid fu itT.
: Dr 21 I 20 .
; Court, on I twentieth day of May. any such retailer to be forfeited,and to prevent the !i: i tholle used by the United Slates generally! and of Miller & Row les.lo carry on tho STORAGE safe delivery to the custody of any jlilor r.

1840, against the goods and chattels, Ilu.eRlald.) Dr. Beljalnil 1C. Taylor grunting of tiny other license to Fi.cn fcrsun, for likewise'l by the weighers of cotton in the city of & COMMISSION business officer of tho Territory of Florida, ? !Mi
his urofessiunat services to the citi. fit snd examined the In- They have a large and commodious warehouse, take charge of him. lIuthorizq/t_I.j
New and been
and tenements of Orarncl H. Thror.p, directed at OFFERS such length of lime us may seem lo them ; York have by .
the suit of Alfrrd! Fisher, I have this tlay levied on Tallahassee and its vicinity. Office proper.1'asscd. spettor of scales and wei'-ht. of said city and proved for the storage of merchandize and cotton ; and j The said BILL, DUal JACK, i. .

I he following; described Its of I ind, v
numbered 24. 244, 245 and 240, in the origins! Square.Tataha"tlt. L. A. THOMPSON' I In.ondant. 1). SHEFFIELD. Weltrh r Cotton. execution of orders, to give satisfaction to all!! who a cut on his chest, his wrists def'jll'l11lrt.""

I plan of t e of Tallahassee and fhnl, on 30th Nor 1839Charles Attest-JAMTS BARRT Clerk. Tallah''Ff'e.Cct.12. {'. i _ may. entiust business to theis care. I| by- hand-cu3x, one ear pierced fer"- ".;ft_ .
THURSDAY - GEO. MILLER scar on his left leg just"below the Uh:1u:
twenty-fifth day of next, S. knee
i 1 Sibley, AN ORDINANCETo j I' 7ti It higi.c-i irtiniiiiii Mill. be I aid lor Notes o Refer 11)JOII'i J. IIOWLE. .rather light, and hair sl.ortV
4 at the courthouse jn Tallahassee, Victwer-n legal B. very hi,
FFEUS his as (Vow kr<' j the Bank State; Georgia or Augusta, Florifi Belton Fisher Tallahassee somewhat stiff fen
; hour, lo pell the Fame to the O professionalservices Attorney prohibit Merchants and Shopkeeper ping i Messrs. & ; which cao&e a limp in hs
proceed ,
highest Life
i and Tiust South
Ild. and
and Coun-cllorat Law in the collec'i'-n of ll.c) Sabbalh Company, "' fait.
their Stores an.I\ Shops on Berry & Dowling, GlVEJI under
der for said hand
CASH, to balisfy writ accord'ng to law. drl>ts. 4 c. in Middle Fl<>rul'. I He I will I I nttend all open Carolina Banks, or drafts on Northern Cities, in Po.t Leon Feb. I I. 1340 31 the mj ,
H. days. I : U'Fs rftfcS!
1 S. ., Marshal, '
[t\'AI )he Courts' in the Middle Di.trct.OfcP : ordained by tho! !Intends and i immediate application is made: to : e. TKCr"lerjr*
Sec. 1. Be it j March-e'gh--' 2
$ 26 1640
43 P.M.ttj' hundred
J may, By ,
11 in Munroe Street.in thtLuildinformcrl\ Common Council of the City of TalUhawe, !j BERRY & DOWLING.or I Valuable lands for Sale. : at the city of tBd '

'. Middle District 0(Florida. I ccrupiorl by Win. Wilson; as 1 :hre.; That il "hal not be lawful for any merchant o|' ode 4 L. A. THOMPSON. THE subscriber having a greater quantity of II ROBERT Taluhanee RAYMOND:
Tallahis-ee 12th than is desirable for his
May 1S33.: 40lfDAVID forth own cultivation REID
store the
COUNTY their
or Governor
LEON SUPEIOI COURT. !shopkeeper keep open rhvll Orange ami Lime Nursery, I By
'I' fers for aie three valuable !
plantations-one,situated -
[|tN CHANCERV.] i \VALKIH{ !transaction of business on tie ( !, FOR SALE FOR CASH ONLY. on Black Creek, about thirteen miles east i' J. M'CANTS, Secretary of Florida-

_ RJCIIARC CROOM. and UFN1UETTA A T TORNR1' A T LA W C. under the penalty of being not exceeding' NURSERY about from Tallahassee I I march 21 4Watcheg
Bolwrrn Complainant; 4. dollars and not less than ten dollais fl I A containing 2000 Orange containing thirteen hundred!

_ t SMITH, ELIZABETH M. ARMISTEAD, JOHN WILL. practice in the Courts of the Middle District t each twenty and every such offence, to bo recovered ky j and Lime Trees of an age to bear in ono or acres, COO of which are in a high state of cultiva.j I Jewelry, :. -

B. CARROLL, and olln rs. Defendants, of Florida. 7/is office is the first room t the! ri hl t warrant before ihe intcndant, one half to tiLe in- j two years after transplanting. The Trees were lion, the residue mostly rich hammock I Subscriber
t 1. pro*. Bill( filed llth December, 1839. raised from Choice Cuba Seed, and in all the farm houses and THE ku
_ overj B. ncH't-storc Tala1paseewhiere! he may, tormant snd the other half to be | aid into toe \I are a healthy necessary outbuildings nd a !!
_ I UPON opening the matter to the Honorable always be l found. of said city. and thriving condition. Directions will be given the crops raised upon this plantation have not been assortment of very WateW nawfao,*

:' BALCII. ,Judge' of said Court, at Chain Dr. A. ITI. KAADOLPII treasury S.:c.2. Be it further ordained, That all ordinances I which if adhere to, will injure them safety in removal surpassed by any in the country. Another, about i' dry, Plated Vaze j.

_ here, this 12th day of May, 1840 by C. S. Shley located ImnseK Tallahassee, nf- and parts of ordinance conflicting with: tlC and tran pianlinj. Apply to EDWIN W. the same distance northeast from Tallahassee, Spoons, Cutlery .it., 8iI_

I and L. A. AThompson. Solicitors of Conn sol for flAyING profe-siontlseriecs to Ihp public true intent and meaning; "if this ordinance, bo and {i DORSEY, Auctioneer, Tallaha., or WM. Mc- ;onlainin $$4 complainant in sr.id cross bill it appearing; that '| NAUGHT, Port Leon. mar 14 33 land with 60 or 70 acres in cultivation and IIIIIaI
He is to be found at the office of Dr. J. II. Randolph the P,mie are hereby repealed : and that this ordi. ; ; ( 'erms. He will rccain
I tho uubjxrna issued ogaintt said Hrnriitta Smith on Monroe Street. nnnco .!tall be in full force from and after its pas I NATHAN'S IIOTXX. another in Hamilton county, about ten miles from supplies durinz the IIlel

'el Elizabeth M. Armietead, and John B. Carroll, dr. JhIay2ti 42! sage.1'umd. takes the of the Suwannee pring". containing about 2000 WATCH REPAIRING -,

.; fendants abo c nlltt, has) been returned by the in Council April 'S 3. 1840. TilE friends liPid the' liberty informing acre:, a curtail part in cultivation, with farm houses I. attended to with as moth alihtf and

_ .. }. Marshal) of.aid DiIrict not served, said Drfrnd- Law Police.TIIE L. A. TMOMl'SON.Inten'hnt.I has the House: public generally, that he &c. ') his land i is of superior q..nli'y for the culture !- i 'e" a? at any shop in the Southern '
purchased known onDI
i. ; ante above residing out of the Jurisdiction Co-partnership hitherto existing between Allcst-JAMES FUnnyClerk.Noiil .FLORIDA HOtSI': lately a< the of Sea island cott.n.ANo I Jan 3 FREDERICK TfeRATIER'S
i. of this Court, and it further appearing by affidavit P. DUVAl. and \f.I. BROCKKNBROUGII. Quincy. which under hit a tract of 400 acre, at \\h' natural bridgeon

t I '.8 the satisfaction of the Court that thn Mid do has been this day by mutual <:e" j I Miperintendancp, has undergone thorough repair the :Marks, about 11 miles south east of Tallahas. O1NTME' -

4 fondants above namcd reside out of this Territory consent. I THE siibserilers' having soil their flock of :. and in which he is now ready to receive and enter I ."ce ; half! of this tract is a rich aluviallloit! A effectual cnre for Teller, Iling-wormkn.:

I f14 and in the State of New York, or in the'! Stale of WM. H. DROCKFnnOtGf! will continue toreside I : lo \t. SWAIM, hereby request I ail persf I lam, to the "eOtufhi:4 abilily, all who may fjrrr upon it there i i" aso n finn mill rent; with greater all' e.t neou. eruptions. Prepares oolv.i;

North Carolina : 11 is Ordered by the Court that at practice in the Apalaclncola >n-, iiidcbted them lo call ami settle the same, I Iby him with their pat r'mnge. j v.ate power than any Middle: Florida. Jacob Ratier, Baltimore. For mile by

.,;' the laid defendant?, Hcnnttta Smith Elizabeth : PiMrirt: and t lie County of Lon, and the' cash. er note, immediately, or th" f-ainc will be To tliose! who know him, he deem', it unncctj-fi I I The-e beads will be aId at moderate pri I.", and "w-?.-1;_.tf-.-.---------.----- .RANDOLPH. &r UWJ: .
f" M. Armistead, and John B. Carroll do and Court of Appeals and lodged with for collection.P. ry to make prnmw.4 with: regard to the manner i -j--- ---.- -
appear regularly in J ctlerson arid attorney House | rra 'Jll1hl.- e-.dit", and if de!:rae! th purchaserI DISSOLl.i'l'JO.
II III which the \\ ii! lu> To all:l .
.f answer Paid Cross Bill, on or before Monday, the Garden Hjieciallv II. SWAIM & CO. k.-pl. others. h ran !hive Union J.1II1t5tuck a of the J !llI: Copattner hip hrntnfor
clplo,1d. I upon part
: .t' ffh. day October, 1840, or that nit Cro-s Bt I TIIh31 e". Nov. :!:. St Vnrkp. : .iG! .1m has only lir.d to say hun rail!: and Jude; for jours-elve0! acUP j I fur..!.:,-.. W Bit DEN.. i- the firm HfXValdef. Randolph uialirg'& Lnj undtr;
} confessed ---- .you so peak a a gaint-t them; a cerlilied copy L.HGAI NOTICE. ST.\GE LINE ? IJ.c I jthw diy dissolved! by mutualrou nl. '
1' 1 ol this Order ISAACATILXE.. -
being published weekly
until that day in the *'FJondian.byromphinant, a tiev> I Thomas: Balzet and Walkrr Andcr!nn Att"rniVK From Columbus, (;a., to ApaJachicola, Fla. QIJinr.v. 2CIIE.1I' ::1"-.IfI NIW GOODS. :! W. \V. WADDKL: I

f Tallahassee paper nl La w. practice in cop rt,'erdiip in tin Tour Horse Post Coaclios.O I ; h. rr.\t.d: ,j 1. ''. 1-\NDoLl'JI.:
I published at and j>ronf tlcrcuf filed IIOL'SU. SJX tve by recent ar B.
Courts t.
Superior of the ( of TlIr.lln.leroinr LEWIS.
with. the Clerk of this Court. iadfdrn Franklin 'lunlirl .Jrffcrson, Lfon : ORNAMENTAL PAIXTINC! GLAZING; I n"d at Iher! stores Ho*. J iJ t tI Tall.ta"l'ee August J3. 1839.
Calhoun.lud '
_ 4. A true copy. Test: anr Berr> j I Row. a general and w < I, avcrled l pI I It The bIJ illel'J111!
in the court fUel I continued lL,
Apjioalu at Tallahaffco. Paper Bfnii; iu by
j' i R. G.: I nd Winter, Goods in of TOW-
consisting part I her. und.! the
p may 16lh. 1840. 4 ISthO Clrrk.i Address of Thoral Raltzcll, Ap'ilaclurola.Addjeps .-. I TH1HE undersign'J mo.st respectfully inform?theH I Bas:in j ai.il Hale Hope: will scale r the affairs firm of of the Randolph former 4. I.e,!.!.,

Walker Anderson, Talaha! fce. Via Florence, I'orl Gaines, lilalcly Fortrr's I citizens of TalUhassef and vicinity, that lie I L'n'p)1. arid KerseyV. putnenbiP.i
i June H.
1 3-lr J.
Court 15. RANDOLPH.
Superior for Leon CoiiiityL -- i" prep-ired lo execute, in the ncates-t
manner any French Wlutncr, Durfii and twilled I lanke
and li tf
Ilroirn'f Ferries Ga.
f: TERM, Ifc40. I and Irvinlon, the above! nag B. C..E.VIS.NOTICE. .
NO"EMBI Fresh Me,('
.JOHN BRANCH r*. WILLIAM CRAWFORD jr., & THOMAS KITCHEN GARDEN.: H.rband flower seeds. Ala. inch will induce t'loye wanting work done to give (,). cit Xoc. I&.2 OznaS-jrg, -

CARSON, trading &c., under the firm and lot of Bulbous Flower Root!, all NLY 30 HOURS Stage travel from Colum1! 1 1'1111I' n all. Country ors1ers!' promptly attended lo.IS' i I Heavy Ilu!!et Broean.! !, Subscriber has just received and

,I Ftyle ofm. jr. .\Caroti.Attachment I warranted fresh.A bus Ga. to New Orleans, in splendid Coaches, j jn IJ. Faints of all coiors, read} prepared :and I i Hich Bru!s'-li and jS-ntth ';,:;>et.s, I.lIE sale low for cash. Gcnllcmrn'i fine WK.s

I h $1,318.31-Damages SS.CFO.OO. : few volumes of F.risrmiin's, Gardeners Ail ;i level! and beautiful road along (ho/ banks of j: mixed for use. T- B. CLARKE. 1: Fru""e!!, Wilton and Tafrcd Uug-, I B v r and Rmsii For hats, Gentlemen'su4

UE defendant, and all ot'icrs'! interested, arc taut, 7i\inj, ful! diirctioiis for the fiilturn: of fruit he Chattah'.o lec River. !j Feb I l5 21) tf | Fashion 'Me brass Fiders and .y'", Cap, Travelling Trunk, do. Bajr.Tnri:

: hereby notified of the institution of said ,vcgclablcs: and Hower Jus-t rl'r.i\f J artl'r lalf !DAYS OF 1lCPAttTUfE.Erom I i JlU'4''S j Cart id Arid-Iron.. ling Va'.. esea, and a good asuorlmcn CotbsCi!

S by attncJLTient returnable to the Term afore by r.UOI11 & : Cnluuibu on Tuesdays and Fridajs! at j \caahle Pulmonary: ah:un, i Mahogany: & Gill-framed, Mantel Gla'-si.! i. I It .tnJ ready maJ e Clothing.!

:- ,, tnid ; and are required to appear, and plead to the Dec 14 10 C o'cl tick. A. M. j The reputation of wlm h. has becomef'-lalili--licd! a? Feather*, Matrasses and, BedsteadWith -. L.CAELT05.
i iI
{ declaration fiVd! in raid ca"fI the law directs CACIATT TIAKI.\ From Chattahooclice, on theonme day< and same I the m..st safe ned i flicacioiss remedy :, a genera'' assortment of choice Groceries. TaHlr.aIlSp.! X'V'. 2J. IBJ.
may 16 42 3m time after ihe arrival of the U. fo. Mail Hoat from
i JO.nn\CIAI.frpra : L; Mj'j' .nbcr thankful S |I c\cr diirovcred j for I Ij I i Hardware and Cutlery, Staple and Fancy Dry
4 t Superior Court for Leon Tli r J : .\alachico1a.; via l lolaan.l l n.eetingat Fort (;anc. j Influenza Cough.!, CoMs, Asthma, Whooping : Goode! fine: J Boots unit Sit.e". Holt nnd Cap. Boot iTInnufactory.su .

t NOVEMBER TERM,. Iri-JO. County. j past fa\lrl the KespcetifdKy -. Peri oriM desirous, of gosny from Co'.uinbti11! Ga. I Cough. Pp.ltmj: : of lhud.; and all afiVitior-.i of II III i Crockery and Glass Ware, Pickles, Catsups, Jel'ie H. su!>Mnber is now prepared tu raanoftctan
E EDWARD BRADFORD r*. WILLIAM" -CRAwror.n -'r -- Ilfurml and I to New Orlca:". w'JI find thus: by far the dueaprst.uuitJ j the Lungs. '. Jams, Syrups &c. any work in hN line, at fair prices tad bar-
4. jr., ": vicinity that t most expedition", a \\eli as the safest and ing employed( a number of the best workmen
and TIO"A CARTON, trading, &c., under the : 'lt. lie r.nliib-i, to l.'iej.J1 IN preBcnting this! ii!eful remedy to the rbi: AM f which i I hey oGVr on accomMoJatingtcrni? *
lr : the
rarry most coinf./rtuliV! of New York
tI WIuI, it interFects the "real city giving them the
[ lie and bijiat
firm and proprietor al their usual .
I kiy'c Wm. Crauford k Carton. ; t CnbiiKl Mukin h-isincss I by a Physician froiwhom I.prill'( *
c jr. ; ; : MI I Brun :
: 'ick and i e! determine
I i!, Attachment $283Ll5-Danages j cUt ut tho'ihl i-t.ind II I Line nl ChllllahoocrlI1ai'l the recipe was confidentially!! obtained, to JAME-3 E. m OO lf: & Co. wag supply good artictorf

'1: defendant!, and all!) others iltlCdtNJ., .OOO.O.FlHE arc Illts\aw'ty. i UilifildK opi'OMto a traxtl of but UO hours by stages: tliougha l s-Ute. thai fie,has used it hiinself! and in 'hi* extcnnrf Taltluu..cl': :;"..9. lcJ:?. I't" CalfSkin and Morocco. lie trusts la reeeivetU
n. I the
whole of Ihose
routo. Time from Columbus Mobile patronage whn
to cor.sider the -
of the instituiion of ni.1 l lmilby p-. | practice in /'tilmonary nffcclionn, vith aslonislnng -. Leather encourtpment
hereby nfltitict 'I C.I.VII's Store, wlirro he 24 hours. luc, und Hair.SnbscriLers of the southern manufacture.
&, returnable to I the term afore- wi br happy to rerCI'r order from his frif.JJ and I For I the Proprietors, I elfect. Tile happy combination of vegetable /-1 tI f: haVe c'inatjii.ly; on hand a done neatly and Rcpaiug

paid ; and are required to appear{ and plead: to public g nerul.v. Sidcbo.ir; Is BurcH U'I an.1 l furnitureof WILLIAM CADY. substances ol which it is entirely composed j I --l C'imp'ete: -.oitrnpnt of LEA TlIIR. sUlldb: promptly.FREDERICK
:: decaialion! tiled said Ie'l'I I I are peculiarly adapted to diseases of the Lungs fur Gin 15andJM.. ., FILEi.
in the law in ( rrie
case, as jitpctq.I. cycry dCrnpti'Jn, m3'C a fashionable and I Chattahooclii. January .'0. 1H0.' 27 tf Liver and Slomach. <* >- Tops, I'oo's and Vc<* 21 2Qn:6
may 16 42 3n JO. BHANG I Att for IVff.Superior Mibslaritial t manner, and on rca.onaMe' terl", und I I Shoes &.c. Also' a constant ""Pi"j vi LIMK, and
i he liopfs by tirict attention lo busiuths to merit NOTICE.To I This medicine has been used very extensively. IlAIK.for: Pastmnz; ; : .'JIof which, tl.ey plT>r l\"oUce.
I COII.t for Icou CountyJXovtMBta -- I I fie Stoclho'Jers: of the Union Rank 'if l'l.rifl7.'J. i and the proprietor has not know smula: instance low f I
t and ref eive a liberal share of llic patronage ef rcasioi: in ex h-njjr liide", at their Tan TilE Co-Parrner'hip heretofoie existlnsinJtSf
: TERM., 1840. 1 pubic.! tlt 1,111-; following'! amendment lo ihe tharlerof' in which il has failed in giving relief in dllc'a'r Ya.d. BIIO'A; N &. (:.\ L1:l .\ TE I. STEWART <$. BARNARD g

L JOHN, BRANCH, Administrator of all and singular! J COB BLESS. the Union 1!!ink of Forida: will I". in force for for which it is rcci'mmeniltd ; even in eases apI i Tal.'ah.isoec.!: n-. Il"w: l-'f di sor.p.d> l by the death of the senior paraer iBlindeptcd

thc gods, chattels, right, aol credits of I I N. B. kinds furniture repaired and slier thc 151hlay! next.! I proaching to coi.Mimplion) uttfnded, with bleed.: : J'crse.n t.) t'iofinr' are remup'rdtomthe
on rcai-on-
I James Branch, deceased, rs. WILLIAM Cit*\\. I I Ia":" (' Al. "Au \et to amend an art, entiled! an act lo incorporate 1 foi'lhc l.uni!, aid: where' all I I 'it tier metl.eH.s had Notice to t'olton Planters. immediate S ''lIemel.t, and all !havin-'tlauw: sift

4 roaD jr., and THOMAS CARSOV, trading, &c.,i j l Tallah.lst' Fcpt. 7lb. |3tf the subscriber to the I Union Uai.l.: of Flori- I j failed.! ( ,. most decided nml tlatterii.g; RIICCCI-S has JAMES BOATw RIGHT'S; l.MPUOVF.D! : COTTON please present the same. I

_ .. ,. under the firm and slylo of \Vm. Crawford jr., da." I attended! it" n"'. Common (. Ill!, wh'nh, arc g ne I A\\ GIN ft. F..B.lRN.\RD.Jr.Survivifl-rirtB: r.

&Caron.L I l NOTICI. i Sec. 1. Be ilcnirled, by the Governor and Lojri- I j rally the ellict of l obslrucU-d p rrpiratio, will I TAKE this nitl:od of info'iiung the Plan Talal.assee July 14, 1833.. tftf
L Atachmcnt $?,814.42-Damagca i,0f 0.00. E Citiz'ns of Talaiia.sM-e! arc rcqueMcd t'l.I Iati\e ("lIncilcf tin Territory ot f Florida. That if ;! yield to its influence in a I -\v hours : \ I.'u ujtd in terthat I have nto1l.'Iolltd a sl.o, in Q.uiney.ibf ,

I THE defendantsand all other intwfctpd, are clear up and keep thci' loN ami back yard* i any tttjckholderliu: lid* heretofore, ', or may I.ere- i' .\i.t llulI"! I Iloarstiie-I ", \\ iteczing, all.1 l shorln.-% "I'' her purpose of luriiibhmc thtm: with the above niches, Jewelry, Silver Ware.
notified of the institution of the said filth: and rubbish. The Carts art'iIc; made; on the last imprn euiivnt. The impr. AUSTIN Jr 4 CO.
Corporation IIrcalh.1I I
c(3 :' ohiain a Join; upon ihe pl( tl lge sto k, n. j : rebut 1, procuring tranq'.il' D ,
_ _I SUit, by attachment returnable! to the Term alor{ wil go round t the Cily on ///Vdne J iys ami, :allr.1 I i l. eintcm.UtcH| in the tt\er.ty-xusutu! icition of the I| rest t mid "keu.( In whooping; c.ugh.I .l .without' vcmeni! 11 in the rib whit.li wear out first. a have removed lit

paid ; and are required to appear, and ph.ad to Iho I d&J' and it is rr'usl..1 thai allil'.r and rubhifh I II a .lIo which th.,, ill an amendircntshall neglect to 'I a rival. It npcialv> by grnle: expccti'ralion, and When the ribs wear out at the place- where ll-e "71" I" More formerly occupied IiI
;1 declaration fi'ed' in said case as the law direct and lrtei, on : be teeth pass through a new set cn.i be obtairrd V .{ Wm H whets
I deposited I early I I icncvv or pay up his stork note, for the pace of 3d, may given lo infants with perfect saftv.. ir; \ :/ Wy.it, & Co,
.- may 16 42 3m JO. BRANCH. AM. for PJf the morning of ihiinu days, awl, on no other days in j:] day after t HID fame hlull have heroine due. the I I-ornaleby Jl.\ LJULl'JI & LEWIS.: five minutes t'J simply! slidmi.-! the breast a quarter f' :fr they are now opcningabeas-

6 r Superior Court for Leon Coun1.M )'.-- the week, The warm weather hiving ,el in, thn1 I : I tlrnrtA so pledged vlull be f-irftit d to the bank: ,,! and jar 23 2<1 ".fan inch, and\ putting a t\eulie under each side of \ .. i tiful assortment of arliefeiilGo.'d.

NOVEMBER TERM )1U40.WIMIASJ I propriety ()mcli an hrrantuuehit is ralilj. l lo al! allY premium Ilatlllllv be received from the >.:ire! 1 the Gins, which will give a new set of nt a as good i"' "1 their line" such as
who have regard for the Jiralili! of the I ar.d i itis I ... ADEI4IaJil IIOTJCL.rjnilK u- tie! first and until
: A. CARR rl. \''LLUM CRAXVFOHD jr. r.ly, : thereof-hull ur'"r.IC :and be added to the surplus : &o on, ll.ey arc worn out i'l Lever Anchor. Cjfcr
I hopr-d that, the ntizcns t undcr."iiiiet; l lining purcha-ed from (;iui. f.ve ',r six places. der and Watches -
F comply Virgw Diamond'
and THOMAS CARBON, trading, he. under the wil profits "nlc ;bank.SLC. I; JL THOMAS BROWN ; Rings. as
ti'' firm and stylo' of Win. CrawlWJ( jr. be Clnon.AUaehmenl I with thin above rcguUtion.By 2. U-j it further enacted That it hal: br the ] ea'.led: the that well: known cstal'li.li.uncut I ui I keep constantly?: ron band Friction Ro r yx.Ruby. Garnate. 4'e. ; Broaches, ai Dttaati
order of the City Cnui.ril.A., i City I Hotel, in t IL! ; city of Talla.. Guu.s alld JJ-.x Gn; vvrirh, I to Mosaic:Cameo Enamelled! & Gold
p $I. -Dall.gel {,3,00000.THE I duty of the board directors when any share maybe <: hasM-e, have the vvairanl ple.ite i h ; painting! c.:
i;; .erondalt. and oilier* intcrohti-d, are E. IIJRRIQ, forfeited a* af.Jr'aitl.l to proeec'l to sell tIm, .alne, j j tlloJclphi Hotel.opened home under the, title oJ eviry respect, or no sale ily: price for Friction Filligrce a urk, Ear Ri.g and Fins ; jl'trfart..

1t of .I iueliiution or( tl.o said :t ap i1 38 City Marih1.j III! public outrry t to the bi*; and for the Box Gin 3 'uch as Tea 8cts.Table and Desert Forks; dpow( *.
uit, by attachment rcitirnablo! : ; huoti-e after ill !i improvements ;ami r"paJr..alltli.lh.lo I hy the per saw. Persons wishing to buy Gir.s for their Cups Silver Plated Candle Sticks Cake Buke\t\
t. the Term af.ro I j AMESB.GAMBLE: and his hrutlr :(; niff in iho ci'.y Tal'aiiahce: gi\ t leu UI"UIII'11
.i;; 'said ; and are required d to appear, and plead to the I I'J TAN GAMBLE: hue this day RATa da\H, fitit iCe, l'"blcittIMI l ill all tiu! pJpt-rs h1ulu.hih. {I on iho an, est.! n--iic Brick Building erected next crop would do uill beau and examine tli.sc Cantors Tea Sets, Coffee Uin..acd Spoons; C.(-

declaration filed in raid care as the law direct {t business. Ut hit, old sUnd ,f(JAMBI.K & HYID.lel'r( $ |.( d l in Tali.ihu er. of tin tune and plare! of halt1: i i] i-oinmodalB property Mr wherei.y thry will be able! tu ac- Gins. Allorlcrs! will be attended to with prompt. Icry, Guns and Pistol, Cane, Aslral Lamps,M' -
viMiinr thin
'4 may 16 42 3m JO.nRACfAl.rurPj'f.; J, the tiauiio and ttjlc') (f JAMES B. GAMBLE. &Ct,. and the punIIIIH'r t .: shall, within ten dayi thereafter: t Hatislaclory niinr.er.intern, 'I'he Public, countv in a ness.Old the Ctcs.! Fancy Goods, &c.
j "depend
Tlioy, ask l the fame> liberal share of public p itro.age .- execute to the bank tie bond- arid rnortgage n<:. altvnlion may Gills repaired the shortest notice, and inthuc All cf which they invite their lends and li*
In Justices Court. upon every to their comtorM. I't',
Ie tu\ed on the laic flruiu.JAMES cl..foarJ to eori titute him a stockholder, and l he sty Ie. public to call and examine.
VVlliam H. Mathers, ) In attchm'nt.vs. B. GAMBLE, sot.jett to the Mme: rules. tcpulationi, arid !cl'lricti.nn. JOSEPH: CROSIvEY, I refer the planter! to Mr. 1 R.I.! EdmonJ., of Nice watch repairing personally attend t-
> Amount $tGO., J. G.JATTAN: GAMIiLK.: .; and l he entitled to the name right, P11' ileges, 'J'altallasture.Arj I 3.1 l F. WILSON. Cluin.-y for information as regards the .c Gins or Dec 21 20

1. .. HChapin. S Jan 4. 1840 22 : and iinni'jiiitieK an ire guaranteed an original i ; H-1 --36- ---- any planter from South Carolina.! wh> nu bus n_."o.<_r
person interested ore of j I'or Sale; 0:11I, W. C.COOPER. Lauds for Sale.
ALL IlcJeIYIoiifc. To l stockholder : provided lual the: sale und furft'ltoreuf..harcI' :
of the above NE two horse Sulky Wagon. Mar 14 33 if URSUANT to previous notice, the Ap*J -
IUlt ltaclMnt received the Schooner shall not operate to direst the bank of II"Ylit.n O P
Justice I'nON RCRE\ by I AUo one Horse do chicola fur rale tiw
do Land offer
fwued 8.(1.1 Court, rtlrnable on Hankcy from :, HOW ready which il may have Fad en the properly of tile !l.arncs, &c. Leon Academy. Company now
third in ] Ju"ell lJlilor'lrr mp I It tl'. \ the Pine Lands in Leon O ly*
I }Jhe Saturday ;in-t. and, are required I ftockliuld but the i-hall inbourud )1. 11. FRANCES entry following
the defaulting same routia
un ; I I : Trustees of Leon
'fo appear and plead the law dim'IP.WMII I fillft'Ilvr.rj PUYIrI.toflle 011. Apply l. c Nol.'ih.: I I IfiSf!) 'I1IH Academy announce to In Town 2 South-Range 1 Eat, sectionTlj'
I f for the of debt he owe the
BETTON.F security any nuy I _, Public that they have Win
MATHERS: 22 I engagod Mr. 13, 19, 23, 25. 26. 34. 35, 36-and fraction. 1 a
bunk, whether aw iidorner or, surely, until i Hay's Liniment and
t'a)1r uoxALt. Dr.MooRE: to take
March Sth, 1840 32 P.amtiff. IUCE. charge of the Mae! sections 5, 6. 8, 9, 10, 14. 15,17 and 24.
the {.a me sl.ull have IKM'nful'y' nalsfic; ] .A CF.RTA: I IN Deparlmcntof tho
ORSale30Tirre bea Charleston RICE i>l CURE for (the fuliow inj Jis in'es. School ju&t established by them In Town 3 South.range 1 EastseetiOfl$1tl

DANJCL T. LINGO ) Middle (i.lrir of St. Mark", or Port Leon, by JohN 1'AUKHILL C a-ht'r.; .5L in.; compl.tint.-! e.-t.il-lislied in New yorkni in this city. 5, 8, 11, 12, 13:14,15, 25,23,24,and fnctwM*J
V.. >FloriJa. In llmSupe- HOLT.! M LLEIl.ELLIOT'S (. March 14.1 MO.: ) 3'>,rTo used j MI our principal Hospilul.*, and by eminent The School will open on Monday nextin the old! and 10.
SHADKACH ATKINSON. )rior' Court of Leon Mcilical 1IIt'1i.ilh the Methodist Meeting House. In this j
CORN CUICI.IEIIt. George Mitchell, I greatest possible success new attempt to In Town 2 South, range 2 East-wclioiuW11
4 O0nty. To Spring Term. 1840. Ascampsit. Attachment Motcombe in the (eittirnally) in the following complaints. establish Academics in the City, the Trustees 31
ELLIOT'S l'LXSTERhaslocnu | with Formerly of County ofDorset .I earne..tly and fractions of 19,29 and 32. .
1 for $G2U.:;.8. success : And wherever.itjlias I England or to his next of kin.N I Fur the Piles-t I Tightness in the cheat appeal to the pride, and invoke the aid of In Town 3 South, range 2 East. section6, T*

THE derendal and al others interenleJ arc been introduccJ, has bupersidcd the use of other. ( ""I'ICf: is hereby given, thai if the ltDid For all Dropsy, I especially in children. '. Ihoir fellow citizens: they trust. that while flourishing and fractions of 5, 13, 18 and 29. _,
suit notifed iiiKlilulion of the above remedies, for the cure of Corns. George Mitchell%, 0u ef Thomas and Ann I Tender Feet, Foul Ulcers of the legs, Academics are liberally supported elsewhere In Town I Southrange West sectioosSf,*

I filed;in and the are pimp required, to plead to iho declaration A few applications will entirely remove the largest Mitchell of Mutcombc, aforesaid t is'now living, 01 I Sore throat by Cancers I or other fungus sores, around them, the inhabitants of tho Capitol of the 31,3233,34 and fractious of 19,20,27,28, 5 Ui
arcordinj; to the statute in such and further or ulcers however obstinate Territory will hence forward m anile,t a mnr. En i/s
I P.O made and provided. corns, prevent pain. been dead should have Jell any .uersonal rctroseui-: or voted -q ----w -
JAM KB A. ( Pike 50 cents per' box, with directions for use. ta ive in America, he or Iliey may hear of SftllllJ- Croup, I J long standing, .interest, iu cherishing their own city institutions. The whole of Town 2 South, rang. I Wsst'

march 21. 1840. 34 HElTIEr.OT, F".r sale in Tallahassee, at the Drug Store of thing lo his or their advantage, by applying either Whooping Cough, I Fresh Wounds, cepi sections 25.26,35 and 36. tb

_Atl'y. I'J'1 RVNDOLPI1& LEWIS.M personally 01 by letter, post paid to us tli., under There are many thousand certificates of the sessions The scholastic of year will be divided into four At $1.25 to 51.50 per acre in current billSO(

THE ,ubsciibcr ,'ifl.el lo tell!I nrvural I valiial.lo 'f ISh, 1838. 41-1 signed, within I three months from the date hereof. most respectable and authentic chaiacter, many of eleven weeks each: and the following Territory.

!, OF LAND. ICU his rcmdcnca. CoptiUieislaip.: Should any person be able to send a certificate of which may be examined where the article i ia sold. rates tuilion allowed, to bo paid in advance to These Lands offor advantages for futannaf*

PJanters desirous to retain their (AIita in Ubur T IHE Fubscnlivr,, have tlnb day rnlcrcd into (he said George Mitchell's death, a mooerile re.niu It i in used as an external application, and for many the Treasurer of the Board Trustees. cultivation and superior Timber. -

." cub accommodated with m'll satinfuclnry cred.IIOBKKT ] partnrrsl.ip as 'encial comminniori and for. Iteration will be paid. 'l'li\ \\\, said Gets Mitchell if other complaintH enumerated in the wrapper is Orthography and Reading, $ Cash payment will bo required for half$SCtJO

..t. { GAMBLE.: \arl'n j inerchunts, under the style! of Me.N.iiighl living, is about 44 yearn of agu. He emigrated considered remarkably effective but for the Files Tho above above with Writing and Arithmetic, 10 and .mailer fractions of section. AH UtC

p Wflur.p, iierHnn, Fla.. i'Hlh Nov. It9.b & Ormold. WM. McNAUGHT. from England about 15 years Miice, und the last I it has no equal and iho agcnU are now bound to The with Grammar and Geography, and over these may be made on the usual '
JAMES refund in all cntes whew it docs History, 12 Company thit U 1.4thinca.hand I,2 an431'
: I OltMOM letter rcc ived! from him was dated m New York, not cure. ; ,
.5 Notice J'ort LeonJan 20, JD40 20 L. 1 M. Comstoc & Co. ; The abftye, with Greek and Latin, and General for of the oilier 3-4ths.
,IIIRTY day afttr date mtderniirnrd will on the VSth of Juno IHJC, in which. letter he expressed Proprietors. For sale by
r tlu no 7 RANDOLPH Literature, 15 Lands ia Gadsden and Leon,guitabl!*ue
1 ., .ppl to the of the Abraham Spanglcr, > Leon in an iiitention of going (o the Ut'bl Florida 4- LEWIS. French
Judge C"nty Court of County CUlt, ( _) -extra charge of 10 for cultivation will also bo sold as usual, 'PP'
Lo County, to havo her dower lirr in VH. >assuiiiit.] Suiniiions ad re. or lo the Western Slates to settle. L. CARLTON By order of Ihe ,
both real and of Ileiny Vp"dtndum for $ 0O.Return.toSj'rrig Dated) this lOCh day of Ocl<"l>erl8J3.al Shaftes. Truslees.A.. cation to John Coniochan, Esq. at ApabCA
Et..te personal, Joseph Mil! Wjclie.( merchant Tailor, M. GATLIN, the Subscriber and settlor will be P ferrad !
ler, County, deccld..pri2t term, IC8D; dated Dor. Gilt, 1B-19 I.ury,in the County of Dortot, Enjilaud.HANNEN V OULD inform malch 4, l 40 :32 ; they W
respectfully the citizens of purchase of their settlement; provided
& UUTTER. Solicitnrsi. V
ESTHER B. P.OSE. THE defendants and al others iltero"trd. are Any further infonriulion can be obtained of Jas.B. NT of Tallahassee and its vicinity, that he has Twenty Dollars Itcward. their arrangements within a suitable time. ,

NOTICE. notified of inntitution of fcaid tail Gun.blt & Co. TallahBHHee. i2 jin 4 returned from New York with a fresh supply of STOLEN from the Subscriber on the 17th of the Former purchasers from the Company *

my absence from Florida, Barton C. by atAhmcnt and they arc required to appeal Cloth CusftimrrvN and Vcblings, of the newest instant, a SMALL MOUSE COL. in arrears with their payment, arores

DURING Jfontielo, i. my agent and attor. and ;. declaration rled il cast, uc- For Sale. style and the finest fabric, which he pledges to OURED HORSE MULE, about five yearn old. quested to settle with the Subscriber, or with' W

jl'- JOHN F. TUCKER.jan curdiugtolluo statutes in cas maTla and pro. A QUARTER SECTION of first rate Land those that cull on him to have made up in Ihe The said Mule was taken off by a negra'fellow Carnochan during the .easou. j>

18 U vided. J. D. WE-sT CO-IT,jr. iiL situated. two miles norlh-we ufTallaliasi.ee. nrwcst fashion. To ple.inu the gay and fastidious who calls himself William Rose, and says his master J.B. BROW& ,.

= : Union_Bank.ATameetrngofth. mar 6 81 Attorney of Plainlill Apply to tho Subscriber has employed R.R. Pilgrim, who lives .Bullock County Georgia; carries with Agent Apalachic Land CotPP'

Board CO-PARTMEllSIIIP. R.J. HACKLEY. will give his undivided altotion to tho Cutting him a pass for twelve months to hire himself as Office at Mr. E,Barnard's, Tallahassee.

Directors r on the Su'oMrihers huro red into July 20.1 H139. Duo&rimenU wagoner, and rays he has' a wagon and team fhis jan4 22 :
the rnL
t Mowing resolution THE partnership Tallahassee Oct. 20lh, 1=89. own, which is all a lie the said has -" __ j j *- *-
wtt and ordered to h. published the Ci ID of J. B. BULL & CO., aid PAINTS, OILS, AC. a
.. itt. & the share. of all Ftockholder., wiMarry on the bosinewi of MERCHANT TAI- 230O lb. White Lead, i in oil, in kegs of 100 lbs A Notice.L.LL scar over one of his eyes, appears to have been cut plantation Strayed about,three months jt1c*,

o rballjbare b en in, default for Interest on Stock LORS, both in this |>lace and the city of New and 25 II,. each-Linieed oil, Spti. Turpentine, .. person. indebted lo GFOROB W. CHANT with a knife, and another between his thumb aud FROM my BAY HORSE MULB-BP"
: Iblrtjr Y..rk. Arrangenricnts I..up been made for con. Brushes, &.r, and Window Glaasofvariou. lizns. are requested lo call W. fore-finger also cut with'a knife; whch; hand vot Ili WdJetbeen
I.I:64 for day prior to the 18lh day of I I on R-HACKLIiY, E'q-, lar mark only the fltM.tf ,ho gear. >
jtfajr nut. be ecUred forfeited, in conformity stunt and full supply of Cloths, Cni>sioitrcit. Vest For sale by and aelllo their accounts, by the 15th of April.- recollected. Any person taking the aid Negro and worked about tiro wae .._ Any inrorina ';
of inKs, etc. and a large assortment of Ready Mode NDOLfH & LEWIS. All Mule shall receive the abovo reward, or ten dol Ubera1x*"
frith tlie proviMeoi( tbe amendment of the Char. f account not paid by that limo will be put in lars for will bo gladly.receited, b.idi:
er of tb. Union_ Bank 'Florida, made by the.efia3atfre'C04infUJ 'lothing, and thy are now prepared to aceommo.lute April IVI 1839 38ifGALLIGHAN'S lIuit. G. W. GRANT.march21 either It is believed ho will make forTbo.nasvi1Ga. given. Addraa a leUcr to SU'Markfc
and / their euitotnrri! and the publir/in any article 34KIRKMAN : ., or Nowaansrille, E. Florida. WALKERSkdlPr
accepted the : Feb to H.H.
by 8 (
ioJdrV *>r th? Bank"; .t their last' ;o. Called for in tbdt lne. One of the partners, Mr. VKGE'J'ABLK JOHN ISLER, .- Lr-Z.: .
gcrertl -
meet Wade! ,"residing i in York, will enable them to FEVER AND AGUE PILLS ; ABERN THY. & HANNA fe 25 '31 Seven mile east of TaliahusM.A FLO VB.JTJST .
tfac Mid
.44 ; prpririoni ,
Ui hetn b enforced certain and lasting cure fortbit dise'aw. COrnmIuIon1erchangs -
execnta allord.rspromptly and on the mod For o ,
tn or rea A :; ,r Sale, received in fiat crier
I- a 111& .0. ter.ol onableterm*. J. .u1eby JVViff Orltani. ,
HE & LEWIS. Refer RK.Calland
0 Henry Bond. _, JAMES B.TaNaht GAMBL
two hone,
4 AuiviantOtihier. or by
'f' T.UabuINe. 17.1839. 15 Tanabuee, April 14,1836. 3 '. Jnn.:. IT 1139. 24tf Port Leon,Feb.8, WM.N'NAUGHT. M.Mirch31 4

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