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

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f b1c to Iflt.biEPiIsr ib.iuwerouI' : ; ; with VoIUt.t7 would the Gocidi refer leXte >the fonnrtarUn br reading hetfW T HE FLO* -* < -iiZ TpB1 bI 4r - flataeflted IMr, Van Bdredivcsfetttf Ptfslt be pr.ssithbrthat wfrdtl
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I 1tii''$t tbI Mp and. b.IDe1OII LIFE ect1 PiLLS O AND th political principle the and excefrentpritotf dta. V

Ttteft/or Prejridency, than any et\cr\\

JE1Z I zas. tai lie knew. Mo'-oun was Better tUe
.flwnol' "' perDe .the 1ett --dverefr- ._ -j -ii- &___ : -- :' -I __. __,..: 4 to
iUoWerva tht j&ImOtoVtf7 case, they ; : judgw, of' his correct KepoHican priaciples'V

i,ih Act, that no inconrenicnce of mny sort "LAISSEZNOUS'FA1i"a thajrpw vaaexabld JVfacon,'far they bad served
a4- thoWkirfof thew medicines, in drdinary i-- --- i- Jong fcatmately together ia public.KJe *
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*ftWbut that the patient, without feeline ll>cir : : .&&; 5. ---.-
cas..!; i. unircrs&lly left in a stronger and V
-- .-- List :_ ji. 1-- Vl VtcvN1cA.TI9N8, :
Sr 'ca1lh' than? wa 9 wpenencedprcTious1S of Letters 4 -; : V
te .
; t$afflicted? with diraara, and in all cac of REMAINING in the Post Office Tallahassee Wo WHITE SLAVKKV -CINKRAL HAKEI80N. second genoraicm has .not "passed wTho.l the seat orhb noblo aQCjQ 6ri-o if*Staint. IS"The'HextJPreaJdeacy; JTIoridiaD.

to ,uflbring. great lwIiefU obtained in a few July, 1840. If not takan oui have received from Indianapolis a ccrti- fore some of the chflclrcrw revolutionary ford.' 'The road was lioedJnlh'gentlemaciand Wo.V I.For'tho .

)aCut)1our'. ID4 a euro i generally effected in j twe or eral within Post three Office months dead, they will be sent to (he Gen of fled copy, under the "broad seal" of the State fathers place Dis'bloodbots0t prize ona IOT.el leaantry isscmbled! to ttefcome'iheir noV The wooiuisttney of Smihernfhbwtt PA
letter
Indiana
as
thrCC t7.In FETaL of every description, and all Allen Milton C 3 Islet :Mis- Eliza of the act of, of 1807 tho llth, 30th, and 31st sections with mone\l\ Tfiey ,would SELL evenv lord/4nd I ady. They .entered through the : by their ajuociaticn* with the oioZ-V

wio affections' H i jg unncccwary for me to say Anderson Walker Jones S F approved by Gen. HARRISON the sons of th< Revolution and WHIP Mew" Gothic porcbr, whiciL raj bun ,toan4.jvith ItOflViZi 4' V
bliOU5 LirK MCDICTSES Adams providing for the sale of white men and THIRTY.NWE LASHES for flowers and V
uht, AI I belie" the are now Mrs Caroline Jones CJiarlo. S in runnfi.g .erergreeosr, abd passed up the Mr..Edjtor-Since the Hon. Judge of
admitted to be tim most speedy and Adjutant GeneralVOfiicc Jordan Seaborn J women certain cases ; and also the :3d away from thpr masters avenue shaded. bytKe-old,tree*. 'Obf* ajd
"Sal ejuntin all dmeawaof that claw. AhAlmus Jcnltms section of an act C ad34ionty baa taken some pains Jo *e-
cure' & Ilambough regulating eleclions, approv. Tho secon measure approved by General she, what .a paradise* TthSr< The Earl
MtwciM* arc also a most excellent Alien John Kin Smith cd in like manner t iro 'a large circulation in the'county, for
LiFt ? requiring a HARRISON is h with the first. Poor could contain
rltefin affection* oflhe Liver and Bowels, as has Allen Corporal Henry Kornbeou Daniel fication in votes for property quali keeping meh1.no,1ongr but excIais. Jhe," Log C proved in hundreds of cases where patient I Addinjrlon John Knowlcs Joseph. 2 Tho Representatives, &c. men, who were fit to be sold.as"slaves, Gen.ilAUitiaoN ed, '7lt ,i is thine, dear, and t hoik art Countess York I "deairo'tbat ho people of thisUfltJTI&7VkUOW
is ,
been and reqoe.t.d that their e.pe"JeSriaSlI I Dlisa Capl W W 3Uufh Kcrer John I copy in the following words, viz: naturally thought', were not fit to of Exeter !' She iell back ontthe carriage into what associations I

then might be puUi.hod fur thebni.t Tliomas M Ki-rr Capt C AN ACT KESl'ECTINO CRIMES AND FUMSIIMKXTS. enjoy the right of sufferage. The liberty and fainted with joy. They arrived at the CO hey
with tha ,
of oilier*'. In their operation in ucli! cases, Uurnett Samuel Kearney J.imcs which was wordi only to be placed on a house, her ladyship being recovered, and are brought by coalescing whip
of the Stomach Harco Kdmon what desecration ff this honored
the tone strengthenthe JHnlzcl Lynch James 2Lorimcr .3 ( a once
they dfoestiw restore' orga*"' and invigorate' the general | | Thomas 7Bui Mrs Julia SKC. 11. If any person shall unlawfully level with moccy in the penal of the country ; were welcomed with every demonstratian of name) of the north, and encouraging the V

fonctionS of the whole body, and thus become to bank CaplSB.'ockcrllnley Lively Luke W assault or threaten another in any mcachin was not thought worthy of a voice in |tp respect and affection.i thread of their doctrines here, by giving a direct

both 10etontheY( are perfectly adapted to each) F Livinia.ton 2 manner, or shall strike or wound another, lie [the Government. Here property was plac'cd i Having settled his affairs to his catisfac- their .

an valuable means of preventing disease and Bemto Hembry Mr Kenneth McAlillon, I' K shall, upon conviction thereof find in a sum/' above liberty Being a freeman did j lion, he returned into Shropshire, disclosed The support" Log to Cabin"publications.is published and edited

ijr heallli.) MjHial lrAM not exceeding hundred not, in Gen. HARRISON'S estimation i his rank and
$'' head win thcr Hrown J B one dollars; and the | ; give placed his futlier-in-Iaw in tho
.Teciions of the accompanied < Cree Miss Liza in New York, by a Mr. Greely, Who is also,
pain and giddiness or marked by tim rijv.lamtMty Rennet JoinHradforu Mcdil Henry court before whom such conviction shall be man a right to vote. His liberty was considered mansion that he had built in the country, and or was at the time, the editor of the Em

impaired mrnltl energy; in pr.lpu William S Mo rdy UcnjaminMilron had, may, in their discretion, cause (ho ofFun as entitled to no projection, while to settled upon him an annuity of JC500 per an.num. pire Slate" another whig

tit jns of Uie heart, flatulence, loss of ppetitB and forgo J JDrendlove ThoHMountain dcrto enter into recognizance with property was asincd all the powers of the Afterwards be took the Countess to paper.

strength, and the multiplied symptoms of il Ilsor. LAHrottn Jonathan 2 fur the peace and good behavior for surely !;' ( overntneat. I'roperty had all tho London, and introduced her to the fashionable Now let us see wh.it this same Mr. Greely,
term representation
a
crcJdireslion.TuF. LIFE; MEDICINES!) ui j!| bo found Win MIJraJford Ma: cy A JMarkiL as editor of the Empire State" said in his
posses the moFt salutary cllk I OrKdwllrmdloy not exceeding one year. I! ; liberty none. world, here she was universally admired like to bo
to cy. Joseph SKC. : What and paper on Thursday, ((1 particular,)
: could
: 30. When be the esteemed.
Constitutions relaX"d \\unk.nr decayed, in men | l"rederick Manor Capt U'ni 2 any person or persons expected as result of the 13th of February last, in relation to a
or women, are under the< immec'iale' influence oflI'IIK flrigs it .' llt..i J.is l shull, on conviction: of any crime or breach such a creed hut: hit liberty should be soldi

; LIFE AJEfiK3Mu Old Coa !l-u, Asthmasnd | lltirniinnlati. Th',9 II Middlrton Ucore of any penal law, be sentenced to a fine Without (ho m"an of'schi' projection: what BJRROVI.\O._' My dear, (said Mrs.Grecn subject of the most vital importanoe to tho

consumptive habils. are -"ion relieved and *.[)c.cdjy j jcured. I Uirringion Perry f'lareLewitz AiilMcArvcr or fines, with or without thit costs pay of vas; to be expeclcd, but that it should br put jto her huihand, oc: morning,) the meal' South :-
Poverty ol l t'd.! r.nd cnnc-iaicd( li.ubs Uaulch. JudrnJJrottniii llev JAH cssuii piwjculion the. j which we borrowed from Mr. Black a few. I THE EIGHT OF PETITION.A .
: it shall and to whenever
up htighe4i.itdrr
meet the happ 'sl cian! < < and 1l4 Stephen ic1'tc! I may bo lawful fur the miir.monhhoii'l :I
long ; House ofrrpretniati
\ Here days ago, is almost out, and we must bake final blo-r has heart struck b; the
court bcforo whom coni'tT .id it? I
Haniicr
rhill watery fluid will become rich, and bfl1sL1)ir) Hoiiry David l HN I such coi\icti'jn shall he to- I e f> this! great r.onHiitufional right
.id the limbs be covered with Jlcsli, firm& am! IJui ln.r CCriltfiidon < K'lwcn John I had, to order the sheriff lo s11 or hire the This cn-cJ i j.:? jr, very fir, Ije'i'nd' ; the pg"in j nrnrrow. ot tint j'fojile, by the cge of tho following res.

sithy. I II I K2: 31.; \\%elI JaiiicsMcCanls.los.fpli. person or persons so convicted, lo senics to : which we Jivr; } etij i :ry: tiling bolter tobo I' Well, (replied the hus'jand,) send and bor- I iHUlioR; fDy::' Ktr. Cost Jolineon.]
lisordcis nfrmj kind, and Iron ( linirs ( II 2 row half a }busli'-l at Mr. Whi'o'a ho "
"crnnn< uu i or expected freir. Ih Fed'T.jl who ; sent: nejolted. That upon the presentation of any
any person : who ill : ,
pcrois \\ the said parly sod'jri'Jsly
rer cause ari mjr, fly 1 tiS'r. the rfTpris of Tin ( 'iIord: AC MiuhcliN U pay V to th'.j mill yesterday.' 'memorial or pclHion, praying for Ihu abolition of
nil llut) train ; idy \iltamarl l 5jlrtmn Mc.It.Ur.lr. fine and costs ior such term of time tho nttemptrd t 5o r:'t d.rv i thin freedom
Lira MEDICINE, nud '.fnkinr, n'- U.ij't : :G C as ; And when it shall slavery: or lh.< trade in any Di tr'ct, Territory
and trCIntrs. \\lucii ''i Hi adfiijjy!i niTctt thf f ficlicc. (: J4''nt li iurri l.o: a.rtCotlrtftey | said court fchall judgo rcaso'iabV; suid:' ii'Mic'i ofe'coliosis! i-i IVm. ylv !nh by th": \vor; V ..ck comes, we return thep or State ot ilu Union,and po thopre entalion

weak, the c'lntnn, and the
tliorl timebc uc.ccided'iyc'iOt! 'iluhii .-, autj t u -\ tulhen: I Ji.u.- i J.cfpliMi. ..sold, bhall! ab&U'>nd fioin: thfvruce tt f hi: : < r ttPrnp'e: l lo m..ke: r mnjority( fifth I!t' I Ilourof I I tVi>'n widow( ; Gray / M-.bi-ct, liio r'Cettion of"any such memom!, pclition -
presage 01! licn'tli. ''urti'r Ztkj-j .ins ..Mii i nntcsMclnlosli her ltepresi'itntive' 5,. \'T said the !bii'Iu-id: srufTIy ; hliec.tn rtsuiioi! itt papors>iall becoi ileied as obI *
nusteror izi.trc-r; before the : : ) (: :: I;, IturnCr'-
For weakness 4it'I! ( i<'nry of uituril e.in'n. *"i i, ( :ul C.ti let. : John M term ofs'icli Wh T"TiM! for it '.eien she wnts: it. Je'ir:, doa I jV:ftf, ;ti,4! the! qt.utn.n of its receplwn IIi iI! t4V
and relaxation of the VPSM-! |iy U>o i.vjui-til 1:1dulpditool C-lane jn.r1i1i C \owsoi; U P F isenitud'' shall be expired, h'i or she! sri ab- > in t'C.r! inrrt'ltr? 1 j ful-i \ :u'rl! tv.tr: 'hr.vn Mr. n't I'm lib: !.', wil'tnul d-t>nto or further action
;o to Brown's and k him lerd I
t.'ic jiimsoiifc, this ,n.c dit n e is a t, t.'V. 4Jani rail J.<* .1 !'trOXi $tCllhCfl j scoiuling shall, 0:1: coin icioti! l cfore a justice baiJi'iu: ni do s' el -c'o! .r'rri.tg; treat thf ; a.- to Ii iro1n. V

certain, and itnaiii il) f rcmrdv. ('.siklin: Sciu"l 'iitt.iil, MrsJXm.s l : of the peace, and whippc-d with tliiily-ui'sc people r> if tl.f'V tli. '' !it. ih'-fii only to b I :in I'i-; axe to chopvoo.l this forenoon; our'sii Thai) iv' 'r:1tI.! ,, rrpHrrtnal. leiolotion or

Thn e vim have long rcs.i'ed'! in lot fi;'>:.4.it<-sand < t II-. J"Spp'l Albert S ''sJripo8, nu'! il-.u!!, sn-rTsv r, '" rve'u tLt I'.nrCHTAM; SOLD') L-l t ust.ikocuv: : dull!, a ai l I siv.: hin: grirsdiuj: Jib I.it night (II iMscr prayinir for lht abo iti >n ot* lj.vcry in thal

are !languid and relaxed in t'l'-ir' wlmla: hjMcm. CMI \\in 1' ( luir John 2 'II lbr e\cry lost. .ys how v/fj >::{ the hands of V-.J: Jr.nif, co > o-i gf? t'j :Mr. Clark's, atnlaBl I ).lrn.l ol Cw'itm', or any Sat? or Terrilory ofUiu
j-uv/c
one KO to of
may take THE LIFE Mnoicixis 1 : with i.. s happiest I )ci tieli IID'irirtiii I I (Jn-uurih( John : men : 1-iin to l( nrf hammer nnd do (jinlCb: States invlmft it how csl-t, 'ia"l Lrecpiwil .
j such rn ; a ; I
eflpctr; and persons removing to the Hc.iiMi.-rn jr'.idiy Kd t Orrutl Mr* Suan IIIVttusLC tic.31.: The judges of the eevrrnl court* principles ll h i eay to prfscrvo our you bt this IIouc, or enlprtaiued in any way

Slates or Wei Indie* cannot More! a uiorp in >
article of health aiu! lilo. Ias.n C'J.srle-j LHithaid i urinloii. J dines j in charge to the graiid jury nt ca *h and the r.rms oflhe ( 'overt.mr'nt; were phcd inilie I while you arc aintt! it. rt he sr.rirt.t !il\varii5: ; UnIi! bur fithera have

The follow innca' os are amonj the in'>'t rrc< !it i larl''i' 1 GDu.ii Pouell Mrk Vu.IctPurkhill Court in \\liicli a grand jury hhall be every hands: (.tltI'e hard cider gatherings whie.li A little by now enten and says, Father crated around thr most sacred rights of man, are
; sworn. ,
tuna cOectcd, and gratefully atkiuwkiicd iv i.e I J P :; Mrs Maltha I ; in tens of thousands sent rue to a-k; if you had! done with his hoe J prstrutec*. nn J reafo lo afil-rJ Iheai any j>roleclioB.j ; V
JKSSi: drummed
I : 15. THOMAS ; are
together
demons brncfiltro": I.iu h fly MrsSn.i \V I'ayir Fnincis 1 I which borrowed k last \Veii' j VVr.alku.iiof a 0ye.ita..it i-t that wh.th excludes
Case Jacob C. Ifisnt, New \Vinnr! Ornn.-c II I, *aiiiU auJ pctili.ins'if t-e! people frm the
and he
County, N. I.-A drrudfui tumor: cc
ly the whole of his fac!, nosa and jivv.: livperionccd ; I) irdi'M llei.ry 1 1 P-iin Lirut F. APirklull President. of tke% Senate.Ipro.e(1 V. j Wants his hoe, child ? What can he l PnrswE.f t.-.c land with one fuotami trample! *ontlio

quick recffruzii the u-c of the Lie .\I4.I.! j IJunp.- Jos'uliI'fli isauilFjiirt V A REAL ROMANCE. 1 want with it ? I have not half done with it t CONSTITUTION with tIne o>ho' ? I* it a govern-

cine,;, .t.d ii less than three munth' UM> vniirciy rasiniin: : Capt S F; Ir MKoilcs 17lh Sopt. 1807.VV.M. t The following vet ; but if he wants it, I suppose he must t i.u-nl OF the ce-p'f, or a tlcsyotiirn ABOTK the peop'c -
little
cured. (Case rfjinrtw1, with a wood vnt'rain 'u : .'k JimcsTitzpnirick John IIEXKY HARRISON iiitcre'ti'.g: nnrr.tli\e 1
,
have it. Tell
him send
a new pamphlet! now in pre>s.) 1..) ai.t H ltutcrtwori CliarliIlj'bd -- strikingly illustrate the remark of Lord Byron to it back though, as
Here Mr. Editor have fine illustration
Caw of Tho*. Turccll, ronV. 81 ycirnof cf-p_ I Iuas Col 11 lt1d 't1r4 liiiily A \\VTO that truth i? sometimes stranger than hictioi.e .": : soon as he can spare it. we a
RKUUMTK ,
Ir.Fr1nN.SF.C. : :
afflicted 1C l year with cwcllm in ln 1. g- i I'ii4t'in -5 1 l: Wiliiamliyan 3 last j \% have bclbrj. heard of the circumstance I They snl down to breakfat. Oh, la of modern Whigory. A Southern man,

ieasentiroly cured by taking 42 pills 1.1 3 weeks. I ICdsoof Flint S.unl Lr WmRobinson clause, (the first c-wse!: is cmi- : and it is very !.ulifiillv( nlludrd lo itt ,. exclaims Mrs. Green, there is not H parti- and a slave-holder, throwing aside the ermine

Joan Daulton, Aberdeen,O'HO' -rhcumaHin lrr! IJucklcy S Alfred B ccriiing the oath judges oft-leclions.) I Hrzlitt's oa*: ol'Mr. V ( !e of btfr::! in (ihe. hotiso. James, nm over of his office, entering the political arena, and
ve yesr -ii cntirelr' cured-has, uced l the 1'trsthi Joseph Randall Wm It is therefore enacted, that every free male t' e.--.ns; li'it t!", fi'lhnvi..g. i is a ; to Mr<. otaluie's-5i1e has excellent battling for the spread of such scatiments as
always
JAb Modicmis for Worms in Lieut E IIF { inhabitant minute, and we cc'd' atlhe".tic!
children, and found Fiizji-rald HustcllJSKhoads of the of nny : Mati-mcnt: t,
age twenty one contained in the above
years b'lttcr in her d ard ask! her lend are comment, upon one
tiry- : to
licju for me :i
a tovtreiirn remedy.Caie F\wr\ Mi-f Virginia James, IiSinitn it was drawn ,
resident in the Territory, and who hath bren i up >y n jrcsitU-iim-.i' win: of the most resolutions introduced
of Lewis Aiifctin$ -prriodiral) eiilhea ? loi ,
citizen of partt1 was; < roimectd
-ilwa g reheicii by a small dose-now cntirtly i P'Mintlcroy .M.tjor I' pI'riivlliinder Stiles" WmSnell a any State in the Union, or who1j I with the nc.ljl-j ; I A liar n miruiteJamr3. returns' Mrs m the present Congress, in defence of South.
f.iinity! to whom relates.Hotton V
free from j hath been two resident in the it --
JU i A1VhtT II V 2Fandwick years Territory Ih'etI.l, ]fri"ilzinr J Xotablf; says she has sent you the butler, but era rights. How long, suppose you, would
Case of Adon Amis-cured of a mo iuvctrratp Much 1 I" Miss Arm-la I Ii i and) holds a freehold in fifty acres of land i *< r* i tho Union of the States last, if the doors of
Tegs to remember that she has
end obninate dyvpepnia, and jcnprol dchilny.CaseofAdah (iaiNd'u Cut Jaiu's: Spolswood 'I hos C 3 within of (Hie. Ict-s ''When thu late Earl nf J'xtt-r was in hw you already:
any county same, or should be thrown the
any l Congress to
Aoin: Windsor (;"d/ \inos i et.t yogi riineeuri pUtcfiila, which aro scored: open reccption -
Ohio-rheuina- Smith: MO$PS C quantify in the which lie minority, he married a lady of the narao and
tiizi, graeI, i\craffrttiotis: and general nervous >r Lieut. UVut S .- tnjiic.s; VrtiG'iiiel country in shall reside ''family of Yiruon. of Hanbiiry.I Worccsler- : on the dairy (lotir.' abolition petitions? How long be.
flcbility.liad been confncd seven L Fnatli LafordScale. whichwilh the improvements; made thereon fore ila Halls would le deluged with
year*,-wus raised : I Nineteen very
exclaimed
plitefula
hire the
from her bed by taking one box pilisaiid a botteof (; tlitn! !cz Ir A W shall be of tho value clone hundred dollars from whom he afterwards divorced. 'ished i Mrs. astOn: blood, if ihe merits of such petitions were to V

bitten a most extraordinary cure-flip is nuwamy Green Lieut Col J Sohollter: L or who has paid lor, aid: iu virtue of a deed of After thn seperation bud taken place, Lord Green, holding up both hands ; be debated in our National Councils Will

healthy ai.d robust woman-all-bted by her llutclun Ldwardllenuinguay Swain H N comcnan for further from Extcr, his uncle, adviccd him (them the Hon V, it's no such tiling-I rcvrr bad half the
hu>band Muiticl Adimr. Joseph Smith P PSamidcra asurances a person Mr. Ceciie) lo retire ii.to. the for i quantity ; and if I hod what Id a little platejful some one of our Southern i Wfalgs, "after
vested with the
fee
Cane of Mr.Dadgtr, wife >csMon of sometime and for country ? I should ncrer think of keeping an account : turning his thoughts back to the scenes of excitement
nearly frimilr to al i fifty acres of land, subject to taxation Tu the pass a private gentlc'rnan.He .
ovc-rc>ut! the same. Heisnorlh Lclwin! Smith ThomisSauls of such i attendant upon their introduction in.
Ca e of Susan JoeJarant( a young urrnarried hawley IIHutcliin Sarah county i in which ho shall I he resident, 'f>hall complied with the request, .ind took his I' a trifling afluir. I declare, t lo Congress, answer We pause for & re.
h mind
oman-suhjcct to ill; health G W course into a retired of ave a great never to borrow any thirigof
Bcver l yearr-a ShrpaH Jihin S be, and arc hereby declared to be duly qualified part Shropshire.- ly- *
,n-allcouri-e of tlM5 Life Medicines F.bcne/rr There his t that mean creature again as IMire p .
entirely rebtorc(1 Hoyt Sheftall LeviSrealcman electors of fixing residence for some time atan long as ?
for the
i Representatives counties And Southern v> I would for the
er- now halo and health! v.r Hawkins Wrn Mis Susan yet, higd-
J ; inn in a fcnrill ultoge Hodnct.. he becajne
<., r r > in Inch
'v UI JJih iiiomas oaugner or i.i i ftoma- h ayes Mitt LI za A Steel AojiiHtus \\ they a respectively resident. sake of oar patriot fathers they had taken

cough and symptoms of coisumptiii..curc1 in h Harden Wlntc CHimncrMri Smith Win JESSE B THOMAS, l liberal to an unexampled degree to all about I Steam Gun.-The) New York Commercial anoithcr name,-nre found, with n energy

lour H week-.. Her sitet i cured of a ncvcre Httack of l l r.lizjhclli: Shriuvcs John Speaker of the House of Representatives. h him. Some people in the neighborhood. I Advertiser states that Perki'i's Patent Steam and a zeal worthy of a better cause, Bgagsdin
mmttory rhpumati in ONE Howard Wi:!liam MrIut.o formed suspicious notions of him
WKLK. I Taylor surmising
Cane B. CHAMBERS, Gun. and all the fe. i furthering extension of such doctrine
ofS. Colvm-cured of apparatus Ionginj to it ti ,
H severe attack of l JnriahUnjrhs Task MrTra.k that he was a in and accord.ing I. I
digusing,
scarlet fcvcr HI .1 few
Case llamct Twourrod, Sauna. N. V.-was in l Ho brook A 1Ho Elizabeth Approved 17th Sept. 1607.WAI. compay. Others took him ( The Advertiser says: of t such a paper, to the Presidency, a man,

aury Uv ute of la-ulth a year and a liRlf-iid! 1 t f; G TheusSSThornton HENRY: HARRISON. t for an Indian nabob, or some other distinguished I- It discharges with perfect ease sixty ballsin !' whose Councils, if elected, will be directed
hot xj.ca to recover. Mi.s T. u now ullo j Hn'r1% i-FCuiiiiia. Alluii I) personage iudisguse, and frequently
m
: i minute and these who hold that
with by
wak bout, and i. a such force, that i in.: very men, Congress
: he heard
npidly rccovtnng bulh h.-alih, : and i.nth I l Dcijarnin 2 Valentino Henry 2 INDIA*.v, to wit: There the t n striking against an iron plate at the distance not only should receive abolition petitions,

C.1.0 of LcDjamin. J. TucKcr-i-eieia case o' I lliil I i Lieut John II Vinton C.ipt J UVaIkiuc William J. Brown, Secretary of State, goes gentleman. TaLing aLove mentioned, the ball is flattened to little but hate the right also U legislate upon the

*'tver and Ague_tut-J: in a very M.ort fiuce ol Harris A KlIiillCMvin \ JaiuciViulu for the Slate aforesaid, do hereby certify that a dislike to this situation, ho looked out i more than the thickness ef a vafer. The same. Can dectrincs so monstrous, so uirv -

unio.Cihc JJircclioi< loliow cd Irictv. 1 1 I' \ Thomas. t the foregoing arc Iruc copies of the 11th, 3th.() f for board at some farm.liousc-but here again ''giln and generator now exhibiting are the rsive of southern rights, ever ie sanction.cd .
of A BIOS 1)avib-ATc( lioil of tinLivrr- t I IJn'o John Wil'oy' GeorgeWliitakr arid 31st sections of of "An was a difficulty. Few families cared
alter irjmj doctor' act respecting | production ef Mr. A. M. Perkin, et Loadon r, bj southern tacu ? Never, never' foratnwinent
remedies vain for L Saml Ru-liard
take him because
HI a Hiiio.ly he
tUne, a, cured by this Life Medicinewithou"Iwtg l How ell: Thorn Wilson Major David HWillix :, crimes and punishments," and of the last to was too fine a gem 1ieman. who has invented an entirely new method ofj as they value that which is deader to

trouble. l Hutc-hins (Gor WHefh Jovsce clause of the third section of "A law to regulate t At 'last, in consideration of the liberal j generating steam, which has been successful. them than lift, their Honor and their I dep.n.

W.cled Extraordinary. case of Lynnn. Pratt, who \\an Mi,v IM.o-.n C Wyman J L ; I elections," both which dare now on file, otTers that he made, a farmer agreed to '>" applied to steam engines, and is ut once so dence. Are wu to be led Hind-fold to the V

COM mill, I'hthisk 20 year -artctte-d a p rf.i l Ho'ii.'-' Capl I IIVm I Williams Robert i ilan"'h in manuscript form, in my office. f fit him up n room. Hero ho continued under 's imple, safe, and economical, as toleavo little slaughter I being lulled the while to security,

*nuu in 24 and hour of* perions by the use afflicted/ of the in Life like Medicine 1 iijanni-r h, Ih h I Igg. l 11\IijatiiIII S Wilicy: Miss Miss L; PWhitakcr Mary C ; In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set the name of Mr. Jones for about two ''doubt that, with its aid, the steam gun will by the siren song ef peace and plenty which

Lare, by judicious ""eofMoFFATs LH-K PILLS !Iawh.y II Williams Scrgl John my hand, and have affixed the seal of years apparently contented with his retire j ere long rank among the first instruments cvarCire. if arc to accrue to us by a change of rulers ;

and Put t cITTJIlSt been rChlopH| lo tllc cnj.0, JohnON, W TJomiMin Wilforcl JohnWillitiiH [i.. s.] said Stale at Indianapolis, this fith day ment. He used occasionally to go to London i We understand that this gun dees while the coiled serpent, hidden, lies beyond

flientofall lCiiiin1 'Hie* comfjrU of life. Thp Biltcrs *nUsle Mr J A of June, A. D. 1840 for t a short time, for the purpose, as the coun-j' not differ from that constructed by Mr. Jacob I the Rubicons, ready to spring upon, and

ibrp5 ofthe *"lm cl'and. and until", gently astringe. tin* !Joluiyoii Jotrph B Woolf Conrad WM. J. BROWN, try people supposed, collecting his rents, i Perkins, the father of Mr. A. M. Perkins; I it crush within its folds, its deluded victims N .
B" 'taut ,, Miss
.nan L a good digruiion requires. A r-> nothing I. IPO..iI can V John uti Lilvy Secretary of Stato. but in reality, to rusumc the dignity and sojcicty i is the generator that differs. In this the heat Beware, beware. Once yield to the em*
1 1. G. SB A ROY. P. M.
oe better adapted to and nourish Ihe ___ The vholg i is of his station. i is brace
help consijtu- principle of slavery involved conveyed from the fire to the water, without of abolitionism bondage aye, a Slavery
lion, ticruis nothing more generally aiknow- lluiisu (u Kent, i ll tho Iin l orjfreMs rtW, <. ?.?-__ r ij[ /During this rccltiso life, time frequently -
ledgd huig i ...... . exposing the generator to the action of the more honarous, servile and oppressivethat
' to be peculiarly efficacious in all inward For the balance of the ytar.-A by General HAUIUSON. provides that per | liiV.vily 0( til tmnu.->- ,- ;

- waiting,1nss Ofappetiti., indirection, dejircHaion otspirit. S I .' ; convenient two i-tory Dwelling UOIIHP, sons (men and Women) under certain circumstances 1 some land with( the view building upon it.--j in i;; iron tubes,ofa current of hot Wn em. wnicuis inopo ed by the Russian Czar upon f V

' obstinate.', trembling or baking ftl.e. haiids! and limbM, ; : with a pood garden, Mt.utcd. on L'.fay- | shall be SOLD; it uses, :in relation Tho workmen were at first averse to undertake i entirely separate from, and independent .1 f How are we to reconcile si V :

tnolubiin cMtirt. \ g'.iortiiesa of breath, or con unin.' .- silo trcct.'. For furtlirr. particular ;j to purchasers, the terms MASTER and MISTRESS it, and ho did not choose to oppose or t that in the generator. The apparatus ie exccfdingly course, on the part of the Southern Whigs,
<
CRANE this
i of JOSCPU or at office. ]
lli. Life Medicines poibCM vorilrful ffliracy inquire iray .">" 43 tf ; and it provides that, for running : expostulate with them, as it might tend tout simple, and the whole is contained. with their open and loud denunciation of

' in all I nervous disorders, fils, headaches, ucdkuvi -. V I'ttiCe. -- [ away these new made SLAVES shall be ''discovery. But on his lordship's offering to: I within the compass of an ordinary cooking those members of Congress, with whom they

CI, lieatmcs* and IownHs of t-pinU, djinMos of V III!: books and accounts of Dixm.iii'l DANIaI., whipped with THIRTY-NINE STItll'KS. pay a certain sum in advance, it was agreed i stuvc. "It has been found by experiments; now co-operate, who opposed the passage oftiro

sight vapori.id' cutfta.J: : tlio: gh;,., wandering of the mind, : M'RiKNy; & lUwEs, are in the Lands of In many barbarous countries, rnc-n have that his designs should bu executed. About'' with this gun, that the generator is capable of j very resolution so bitterly condemned, by

mr.Idiich.jy| and all I l Kindof. 1 hyMeric I A. E. Harris, for c'olU-cti'i.i. All accounts will be this time, too he undertook the ,
supcriaten- the whose influence
'" ". a.uts.-r I been sold into slavery in all ages for various t furnishing a constant supply of steam for very man they s.k to ex.

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nonKthry aH fc and, ,,oweifu:, md, !ItS a piinfii-r I : : :_ I for misfortune- sometimes for ollencrs ;! poor's rates tj-c.all tf'whicla oiHccrshc filled. and I (hat one pound of anthracite coal will I i by the suppost they give to his ".Log Cab

of'trlJ' ilia.! hjuJ, t1ey j1>lve tttil lliejr cual* (in ,he John C. Jlt'bi i, the [ against the community of which they were w itli so nu'ch skill and discernment ns sur- generate steam sufficient to discharge four in" paper. Talk of consistency !I Her we

}'Ir ndJition.il; Measurer and Inspector of Lumber for I I momhcrs, and sometimes i'i consequence ofI 1 priced and astoiiishod the whole neighborllOdll. ; po mds of kills; the stcarn baa often been have an exemplification of it with a vengeance.
particulars uF the above iiKdicine Leon
County of ,
Lee luitgt', I and taken wa'r. V l !. : raised to oflOO V
"Good Samaritan of which being vanquished prisoners in a pressure pound* per suar
a c.opy: )his ttrviccs to tho'o who may plcn e I iromrn'' .' lie \ealurcd al-o to piy his addresses t Di But again : The northern Democratic
aVtOnpantcs the ini'clictnv a copy can always h
i. (ti1ned, ';' "' <-'lIeteiit Acm who have tho I upon. Marfli him.I 11.Charges Idn.) 'U were to be sold FOR THEIR POVERTY. a young woman, u farni'-r'.s (d.itiol.tor, but was tc* completely! litton( ( the ball*, when (Its. members of Congress, and supporters .f Van

: lnrdicioe Fcnch for.talo. liajMl, The sale was not to be in consequence of com. \: not attendto! trim rnotixes nt caution, not t | charged agai.i t an iron target, 100! feet di.s.4.i Cure a have been uniformly mud side by side

| sod PpaiiUh Onectionj ran beUincdo the firnt ol : being stiilicicntly Known to Iv t lm trd. The'ner.o.i ti'it from the and of 400 Ibs. ( u ilh the southern members in forward
:i : ,, : ( Wa'ker'x' Mill, rboul April \muting ihc crime, but m consequence oj 7/0/1 gun, a pressure bringing
A11l' Faid ippIC4t.o liairiM anna wi: receive)tr *.3?iuriiidiato* J IJroadw.y.itt. t t1reprcd FROM t l Sorn-l Mule, with a bluzc in tl.o l.it", being able to faytkefnr and ros/.' I It was'' ; ..t wlioso bouso. i b, !i\fd bring Ir s'' j jh.tti per squaro inch., at the sumo distance, shivers I and supporting measures, to prevent the

and 1 ofri bay color, with a t-c-ar on his l l.-ft l i rl crkb'iie no part of lhc ;ponr.hy: fur I heft, anuilt avd! :, .-cnip.i''i:!? tie! rest, permitted. him to pay: j the lull to atoms."' Wo loam that in a few 'agiiation of that, curse of curses, abolition ;

ad told: and was about 5 yars oM. A bt! rjl rrw.rdt : h hi.s i-.uui.-i-' to hi-j dit'ghtrr, w sso rustic' hilc the norther
thi of
.. 4l* l.y WILLIAM U. MOFFAT, vill t ho for I ho delivery of otin or b'>tli of.ihom .'lullrry: or other o'iencc agi'i: thf peril: dajs ? "extraordinary pioco ordnance V whigs have as uniformly
leade Uioadway. Ito\Cw OtI. A lil.trdl tlcduUioiiArrv.r at given Walker1 MilU.or at Capt John Myruk's, laws; it constituted l no part of the i'.titftCc{ : h hV ,n.mity aid mjde>ty he ;ad-ninn] And nN! | w ill hi; offered for public inspection, and we (opposed all such measures. If, then, men

rj5.....'TI-c PU"Life haie Medicines lo wll l fl4ifl.alhO bo hid I 1 ino.irTalluliikt.ee.. ____ E.; C. WALKEK.SoUciiIiofcr hi: such cr.coTim sentence! was ft pny a tliotijrli. th! maiden wr.s phreJ i.i nil hut:*>le t iccl persuaded that the opportunity will be,1: and parties are to be known by the principles

I cf an Ol thit tu-y VV V li.t, liis ludship! scott JiM-ovorad that; herir- cmhr.iccd by a large number. Yuiters which they bich of the two
; Iirtipal 1)g tigit in every town ( V Davics certain amount as line, and the co.ls of prnsu- can -11sfc upon act
litr&lglIot1 Mb | l 1h" U""cd fclal. and the Canada. cOI1L1ssION; m i: it c ii A x 'v sMV ; cution. The m.ia who hia'L l property paid L tuo.s woud, one day shed a lustre oti a nion* (lie whole operation i'i perfect safety', i parties of I ho north, Democratic or Whig, isO

hiur Ioffal' Life Pills! and Plienix Bitters; and : ORLI:. NS. I Ibis money and was free; ho who had not, exalted svttunn'. On the farmer's return from No one need apprehend being shot, unless by 't be regarded as most friendly to the South,

Ip Cprn|the'.lala libel fac of siruilic f John AloflalV.ignature RnprRcxcns. flonir r.sq, must bo sold, not for the crime, but for tha ;, his labor in the field, the Hon. Mr. Cecil (as1Mr. placing himself before the mouth of tho gun, j jor and consequently entitled lo its support and V
each bottle' of B.Ucror box of I Il'bei5 Mexr Hctloii & Fi"her,
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# and
nude
Pill, JOTUS) proposals marriage, ji i ii direct of the confidence 2 Let actions V
44 Kerr & Kirkray, I porerty! whirh deprived him. of the means of range bullet, and this can: I I'' speak-let things
valuable craved ttu consent of the female's parents only be done rather than the sayings of in
the
Medicines are for raIO by In* lLtI..L. by climbing over partition V. mca public stations
1b8 RANDOLPH & LEWIS, Messrs. Molyncur, Vilherhy, fy Co. LivcrpooJtfirrh In approving that net, (Jen. iI.tulciu.i I "M.nu' oxclafinofl Afra. HigginSjthc farmer's'wife set up to prevent such a* occurrence. Bxplosion 'L answer the question. Have not the

-- 28- Tallahassee. . 23. lJ40.! |Wly: showed that ho considered liberty and pro. marry our daughter lo a' finR' 2 .itl0. 1 1 is out of the question, the etpansion { 'northern whig members of Congress opposed
Nu indeed.
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50 Dollars----Reward. Last IVuticc.ALL perly equal in consideration. The rEelman's I man, a itra.iger Bit yes/ :' t force employed heiuz leas than a fourth of that I, 'tV the introduction into that body, of any ,apd
M'- husband
the IL-tatc of T. her time gputlcnian has V
indc-btcd to replied
persons MOXKV, and the poor man's LIHEKTY, which the generator is ca( _-r V every rule, resolution or bill, which had for V
UNA' deceased, are required to come forward houses and land, and plenty of and t
WAY from Plantation of money,
R'the and fccllle without further delay, and all lo whom. were blanced against each oilier. The rich -- :IT MACOK. j jonpl the Iriaiyhn nrotsction of southern rights,or
subscriber in GacUdcn lo his conduct.
county, there is I no exception! Consent I-*
. Tuco Negro Boys, the Estate ui indebted will fund in their claims for man might pay the penalty with IIH money, obtained[ the mntrt w'ns *[>." ni.1': ? imcnL No Republican in the the subject of slavery-i rInles.in VV.V. 4

L named GeoVtfe and William. Georjre adjustment. 01 they will be barred. and go free; but the poor man's LIBERTYmust being and m twelve moifhs: by the aid of proper I- United States can be a stranger to the noble votes in Congress will be. found" to anWer* .. ; T V -

.. ______ Uft on fcjunday morning last, is about & AM ALF.X4NDnR,8dnir. be taken to pay it. Gen. llAKRisoNys up ; character of Nathaniel Maconof N. CaroL they have. / ,
McC/i/iTY, adinx. this charming young country
.. ifcariof ELIZABETH LIBERTY of masters, On the other hand look at the jcotct of tha V
and
; tgtf tout made, rather a down act considers MONEY of such a man is one V
' louk when fiddles wilh his left StMarkrpilI661O! 38 girl hoca-ne an accomplished lady. na ; the high praise instance which
- spoken lo, hand I the value which one can northern Democrats in every
belonged lo Mr. Harveyrajid had plenty lIE mbscribcr withes to Jell uveral tluabl e same Shortly after this event, the Right Hon.BrownUv the highest eulogiums any
( r la this principle which freemen ought to N. C. Reporter has reference to the subject. They win be
)
clsthiag. n Warrcnton (
,
hU.residenco.PJanters died nnd The
TRACTS OF LAND near I. Cecil, E-ul of Exeter, dosirc.
: and with ihe South.
Willj1'm about' in labor recognise by placing Us advocate at the head I states that Weldon i..t I.t found to answer/or
-i1 25 years of age six feet high, desirous to retain their capital the succeeded to his tills and estates. of last Saturday ,
& kflej.lather bends back when standing creel, can be accommodated with mo aatufaclory I. of the Republic ? Did our fathers of the nephew him to leave h:< much loVed re. wards, (one of the dUtmgOisbed fellS cf N. .Mr., Black of Georgia, in addressing his
**nl and Rid writes ROBERT GAMBLE On the This oblgcd constituents what southern member of
sell Countenance so it- Revolution fight for MONEY ? con.trarydid Mr MaCOLi'SECCUt9r,) m his poW r- saysa
It it supDosad be will mike for North Carl 38lh NOT. 1839. tirernen?, and hasten to town. He. took his C. and reioliAwa
01115. Welauree. Jefferson, Fla.. they not pour out their money and th Dempcralic meeting Congress,"in relation to the very
of her speschrmade/m
said ful
I wilf gi,, for I NOTICE.- their blood also like water for LIBERTY ? wife along with him, but nothing last week, stated the fact.: above quoted, UPOnwhCb.theditor' of the
tch.if,Mcored ro cn getto In I he of Warren county
exalted station. tmVway
tn4 alL rossoiajij chargci ts.i4 r.1tb. ,. JL1RING my absepc. from FJorid. Barton C.: Liberty, was watchword and liberty tho: honors lad corrobo.tated by thttteseflt:,) t Log .C-abih", anitim&rtswfth, : so much hit- VV
aDd which
*1J! '"bs : Monticcilo, 1. ny agert.. aLLot called ot aereral noblemen and gentlemen'sseats ( was -- i i -* t U'1 VV

ArdllI$40.plsatj, ., .ne L.WEST.ia .j'1IIihee. a.y. .. --' 56 V JOlN r'rUCEa.J&ft'fl ? the Wr.prize' Liberty of a .was bloody:achieved and protracted, and behold civil a and at length arrivcd.at Burleigh Home, {hat: but i short tima ,beR>i .thod; aft is tcroesa. ; VVlt/ ;. VU V V I


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4- Union May the ,auspicious By S. .
,.. ; FOURTH OF JULY. happy hr Hopk.n )\ : '

t, recUal enttcqe\ttb. resohHic however, and- vthen, decioW-! MOlt 6tI! But imagine my utter astooishmsnt, when I THI TALLAHASSEE GUARDS celebratedthe I soon arrive, ,when she will richly I Id 1'.0 :. r
V* w COM( <
; you prostrated !" Our was informed that it .was the celebrated memorial immunities of'a State -sovereignty. within our bosoms: i_. v ;'
Iptwlacftd, into the House hy Coal Johwon crtdrigid* of man tort Ex. 4th of at their encampment at Fort I. i" '
to Sim. of the celebrated R. K/ Call, July The Home of the By Dr. B. R. '
.or Maryland,by wbkh the standing rules were government a "stetpotim 'J hyl 1 i on 5. Our Country- op. T.ylr.'j .
MM amended a. l* exclude the reception of abolition ply because: Congress refused" to receivedabolitimtpd Governor of.Florida. I ib'uokr fr..:Editor, St. Louis. The company, after calling pressed, I shelter for Virtue, Religion and tar of her me r:

L : pvlUlow Had you any interval at take_ in litml! that the Whigs should not be BUH'rised, if the his Excellency Governor REID, about eleven Liberty. the clouds which now .

-I AbU.qaestliou to r the I,whole myteir.out consider. Our it interests one of our italmportance And yet the man who uttered these sen. Post Office Department become bankrupt in o'clock, took up the line of march for their 6. The Memory of Washington and La. By Lt. May. Te,.' -l ', '

-1- ,!IlUIUtatiOOs--Gl.yCWf very existence at a popple timents is selected by southern men as the a few years ; especially If all lh whig franking members -. !encampment. The Governor, accompaniedby ,. fayelte-Embalmed in tho grateful recollec.lion Their discipline marl l bearo "-- "'

1 :rv-, depend*},.* the rote which waraboul to be taken.. advocate of their ,cause. Fire and water are as liberal in the exercisoof his aids, Cols. Thompson and Berthelott, of frmn. earnest of their w. caMiSS '

;1 1 i 14 1 had Mood by and witnessed for a fortnight rirhlhlJd<< a via.e are not more discordant materials, than are I privilege as our*Delegate. I think the and M'Cant arrived about half 7. The Survivors of the Revolutionary Pa. field. May victory await the* s Z I

lent and outrageous hindered,attack vilified upon, and on abused by the I. such principles at variance with our interests. Whigs have adopted thatrue.pojcy) to ensure Secretary served in ex. triots-Though few in number, yet through 1 loud cannon's roar. ._
beard crowd all the The dinner was up ,
I pon-B\avcho1din you Whigs, who alone participated I Will the&eoplo submit They will i-they success-that is* they intend past two. the vista of ages, their decline will illumine Ov invited GUm_We '

in the crftsade ar-n.1.1ou.; cannot. PHILO AXBRICAKUS. mails with"their own documentsto the exclu- collent style by Mr. Maurice, at threo o'clock, the path American Liberty. to our board-we thank them we.? i

t4' i I The fo..*of the two parlies were drawn up in Quincy, June SO, ., 1840. akin of all on the other side. Thus, the peo. when the company and invited guests sat 8. The memory of the Signers of the Dec. pliments and will strife t mer Cr t ;,
and the conflict wu''aboll to begin.- enabled to read om side of the hundred. J. tem '
battle urn, pie are only j down-to the number of nearly one laration of By A. Berthelot. of .
-1 brealUlen wilhe.nlicipat.iop and.excitement .'orthe Floridian. continua. nce-Imperhable Lg- & ;
J.M4 by'alm estion whHe the Whigs cry mt : 1776 A hallowed
mult ofthat q ; number of toasts were drank, interspersedwith acies to unborn I day in the
for I knew that the Centreville. A yet ages. !
: upon Celebration at the abuse of the frankng privilege. I rU-
4 vole all that we held dear and near to us litician A talma ly against speeches and The greatest har. 9. The Army-Its military achievementsare American, as the natal .',
live songs.
IcJ effected. The tote wa/, I Caucus tf CDOuldp Verily, these Whigs are too loncst\ to Florida. By J. Keowin. The glorious o
srould be immediately recorded
': cat; w came aut of the fight victorious-Baft, gundi of patriotism and politics. in such a corrupt nge, under ich ft corrupt I I mony and good feeling prevailed throughout, 10. The throughout The pride of our national it never set. nertyMay j

; ,1 Jbwt ncoreheJ. Wh..- achrioved- ). victory for us?':" A striking characteristic of the celebrationof form of Government as ours. GADSDEX. I and the company returned to tho city at an Navy- I ByWm.P.Gornian. D.
and honor.
'
7 Who nared us? Who bore as out triumphantly' the 4th at Centreville, is the mingling up -- with their enjoy- chivalry M.8f
that ever memorable occasion 7 I answer, of that For the Floridian. early hour, highly gratified 11. The Militia of Florida- Citizen Soldiers A true friend and a go
upoa festivities
the Democratic with the true and legitimate MAN ,'VORSIIIPiTher soil and noble to By Major ).
upon my kaowledgr' of the fact, strife, and the ments. brave in defence of the Fr-Ltl(
I party, 'Who were oar uncompromising opponent sacred day, the lovers of party important is, perhaps, no State or Territory in REGULAR TOASTS. protect women and children from savage 'to of her sons be, in
Tho most
; Jo the I& tT I ahrwer upon my knowledge of the fragments of party discord. the Union, where the evil of man worship is 1. The day we cclebrale-A Jubilee commemorated barbarity. nole savage,that of the Cot.t S .-
ia tko Houne save one, event of the celebration H. ;
Act every northern Whig whom was John and necessary carried on to a more fearful extent, than in by Freemen of the new World 12. 'fhe Union-Cemented by the common the last contest with old plat :'" t
,and rou: uoulhem Whigs, among seemed to be, in the estimation of a cer.
Belief Tennessee,the Wing candidate for Speaker. of the nomination of. Florida ; and particularly in Tallahassee nnd and an auspicious hope of ihe old World. blood and treasure of American freemen By Capt.T. L. Betton. TheTallafc.

Tw ity-8CTen nnn-elateholding De'nocratevetcd I tain clique politicians,Cabin.-Hard Cider its immediate vicinity. Of this curse there i 2. The President; of the United States- may an indissoluble bond of Union ever Guards-Their enterprise and paUlo

"'itlt us and sustained us even though it the Bank-.Hnrrisoa-Log : seems to be two kinds : the one is positive, Let his political creed be that of sacred writ. Union and merits and will receive the approbation of.
perpetuate Liberty.
be at the imminent risk. and hats rd of their Federal-Wing ticket for our next: Legislature
might
confer and the other negative. Wisdom exaltcth a nation-but Sin is a reproach 13. Woman-The mother of love! the fellow citizens.By .
I OTT. }Kliiir.a! annihilation. I frankly you forgetful of the great day which patriots love to
'il i -.llir Aciicnuf Mr.I Van Buren'. friends on that welcome with rejoicings be coming the occasion. Positive man worship, consists in flattering to any people. home of endearment and the heaven of our a Guest. The U. Trooping

cKrauun.: nude an indollib'c' impression on mo. from men high in office, or who are expected to be, 3. The Gov. of Florida, lIon. Robt. Raymond earthly joys. Volunteers operating against the

$ : Again: -Let us go a step higher in the scale Some political out manajrrrs to take the good neigh.. whether they are actuated ay any fixed principles Reid-A distinguished rivilian administrating ; Letters received from the following Indians in Florida-May their only)S
boring places, came peop6of were ,
oSciul Look at the manly,dignified their vanity, that emulation in
of ,station. or not,-by ministerirgto the laws of our common countryhis exterminating
: fearless and independent stand taken by : Centreville\ by storm, and to drink them and bolstering them up in the belief that they exemplary conduct in office merits and has gentlemen, who had been invited, giving ex. the bane and scourge of te/ t-!
with their hard cider but they .
:
rI drunk politics
- Mr. Van Buren himself. I' are the greatest and very bet! men of the age ; won the support and confidence of the peopleof i cuses for their absence, with the accompany. of the United States. p
mistaken for in their lives. They
i: In a letter addressed by him, on the 21st ,i found were the wide once a\Vake..hirdi not to be that none: bill they are capable of bringingthe Florida. ing sentiments. By C. S. Sibley. Joseph McCantiEiL

I last to the Legislative CommiUee( of people Florida to close that they arc the I the Secretary of 'Iorida-He
April with chaff." war a ; After the toast was given-Tho Governor American Independence-Tills day places i u d
Kentucky, in answer to interrogatories put caught true friends of the and none I as an officer as he is an exemplary
.1 L. his At an early part of the day, some halfdoz- only cointry returned thanks! : he said, the compliment paid upon its head, the hoary crown of sixty-four a.
him the Committee touching opin- and direst its destinies ful citizen.
xo by others (fit to guido ; him was the more welcome, as it was unex I with it
and youthful
1j of politicianswere age
4 ions on the subject of abolition' he says, in en on crazy the, ground.corrupt Some stupid were running that they are statesmen without parallel, and pected. lie had taken office with fear and I I years the erect; green and dignified form of a giant present genius,, The following toast offered b R w.

nllusion to tho baleful workings of abolition. as the Ckvalier Bayard, difficulties White, was sent by a lady.
patriots as great and well aware of the forth T
round and round like hens with their heads trembling, was whose energies are but budding upon Ta
'
which must
-' ; i jcm, and the fearful consequences 'I who was sans peur et sang rcproche ; in of his situation. The same principle world. its and onward see Guards-Soldiers and ,
off and some like the officious turkey the May perpetuity 6
result to the Union and the South h i I'llfticu.j cut short, that they are all the decency." that had directed adorn and protect society.
cock were strutting about and with lofty swayed him as Governor, march be coeval with time, and blended with
pretensions
lar if its fatal be allowed to also consists in the J. G. Park. American
: spirit Positive man icorship : he desired to do justice to By Indepeo&nei!
him ,
; and the high sounding phrases of as Judge; eternity. I am, yours \Vth respect
self u The labors of the abolitionists hare1LiJLRTIO flourish of and beat of drums tri -In '76 infant in 1840
t trumpets ; lIe might not be able to effect WEBB. an : an un
I'
.: the good of the people, patriotism, the I every man. hS
been productive of XOTHIKO I1UTEVIL. umphal entries i into cities ; the hoisting of banners thing for the benefit of the country, but Jos. of the Committee of son: may it grow in years and
of the &c., to impress any By Doling, (one
upon
safety country '
In reference, then, to such precftcc with insignificant mottos thereon inscribed useful. the sound of the last
J effort to be trump.
he ould make earnest 'V
: ; the that the salvation or damnationof an Arrangements-Col. J. B. e deep
people
(propogation of abolitionism,) I can the be dazzled, ebb J. M. Hugan. Col. D. E.
: the entirely depended the whereby: eye may He desired to perform his duties as Governor ly regret his absence from our festivi- By Twia
as a public man, Jind the path of DUTY o-- country upon and the blinded the hue and of the United Slates
f senses ; cry and without ostentation. Army.
adoption or rejection of their views. They quietly ties on this day: and we feelingly sympathise}
t %;. LY in one direction, THAT OP UNDISGUISEDOPFOtJITION. I : I" hard cider," and the exhibition of miniature He to that, s'nce he hadbeen By N. M. Hibbard. The memory
forget, however, to tell the people that such was happy say in his severe affliction knowiiigthat nothing a
:j views were rotten, corrupt and rediclous. log cabins" in the most conspicuous\ placeof in office,there had been a cordiality ar.d short of indisposition could deter him from 'Vashingon-
Now look upon this picture, and compare some bar.room. It consists, also, in loud of the General hove mcKua
: In short, nothing could be more disgustingand sympathy evinced on the part participating on the convivial celebration of power perform an ;
'. the frank and open avowal of the sentiments rediculous than the conduct ol these huzzas, and the paradir.g of the idol in the Government, towards Florida which was ; our National Jubilee. We'd write HIS S.UI*n nrryla kithl_.

of Mr. Van Buren, which has caused the streets, that silly men may shout aloud, and consoling and encouraging. The President, By L. A. Allen. The thirteen Uripo,
alienation from him the north, of thousands would-be-legislators. their handkerchiefs From Gen. Thos. Brown. The Tallahassee
at still more silly women, wave interested known as the the
belie generally pnfe
lit. he had reason to re, was deeply saucy
and held It
was a r
They met, a caucus. Guards The military spirit
; and induced the recreants to stigmatize I out of the window. in our affairs, and the Secretary of War high of the nation it represents, and terrojoppression. .
tie band and none toa much harmony entitle them to
manifested
and prevailed which have ,
the better they
him, honor would have been .
( them. One two went Negative man worship consists in withholding had complied with his almost every wish. If .
with amongst or the commendation of citizens and the
our
the proper word.) as the Northern man condemnation, where it is proper lo the would enable these eminentmen
in the distribution of the Congress '
Southern principles," with the studied silence away disappointed smiles of the fair: may they long continue, as Celebration at Ccutreville.
condemn in stifle public sentiment he certain that
endeavoring to was
fishes but they need not give up theship ; to act efficiently. have ornament, At hour the Centreville Hasan
:' of hi. mute Gen. Harrison, who ; they deservedly ben, an a an early
opponent
far and are concerned that and
t measures would do a just
so as men thing
nominated will they every
to the same committee, in answer to yet, one or two whom they well as a defence of our city. met before the Old Court House, fr. '

Kays.heir communition, .' That nothing could induce have to decline. The nomination of the ; in wilfully refusing to disapprobate. reasonable people could expect from them. From N. M. Hobby, Esq. The Tallahassee procession, and took up its line of i
| conduct of where an instance of the m'
the
will have to be withdrawn public men, expression [II lo would mention a single
Centreville committee
calls
4 (;uardsWhenevcr their the ground selected for the
him interrogatories 2
to sucn
answer of is due in endeavoring conduct of the Secretary of countr .
i his on the subject of aboli- because: it was made under the mista. I disapprobation ; I praiseworthy they will be found ready to to their day. Numerous guests had there tbtsfy ,
( opinions
asking such
that
deceive the by saying a War had the Governor to
to people he required present
r \ ken idea that he could 1 add all that true little ; assembled, to offer at the shrine ef '
c \ion) corntnqfronzfricncls( or foes. The committe could I man entertains such principles, when in truth 1060 men, half foot and half horse, for the arms.From pa
their
to strength. Florida We will of hearts
place C. E. Bartletl. the
of the homage ;
; In speaking of the principles Whig selection.A and in fact he docs not, or if he does, he dares defence of the settlements. He was inform. : grateful n
and Democratic panics, and of their candi. not have made a more unpopular I never despair of her fortunes nor doubt of her thanks to Him who is the giver of evert
t ; ;.. not avow them personally. ed, in reply, that the horsemen could be procured r
dates for the Presidency. I have wandered man who acts with two parties antipodesto ultimate success, so long as we behold the a id perfect gift, and to avow before thm
All this is worship. Let man, could not without involving
footmen ,
man every but the
,, pomewhat beyond the limits, as well as theriginat' cnch othor in the course of six months therefore, probe his conscience, and answ er the Governor in tho inextricable ditfi.cully intelligent, the patriotic, and the brave, glor- deep, devoted fidelity to liberty, and UM ositutions I
of this communication. The cannot but be distrusted by both. But the ing in the title of the Citizen Soldier. of our fotner. The services "
design' he has been guilty or not, of he to receive l'
whether draft and requested
ever of was '
: We nil do know them a
.i however I think.will not he deem. nomination was made. From Col. J no. B. Collins. 4th/ July 76 menced as usual on such occasion
1 digression, that in a Republic, MAN WOR- who could be readily .n
; doubt but the great curse 1000 horsemen,
cd irrelevant for insepcrable from the circu well ; honorable men no ; may -The anniversary of American Independence Declaration of Independence was read
,
t.J at once, w
Lord deliver us from such honorable men as!I SUIT obtained. Tho Secretary yielded hallowed in all time to the fervid of
to patriotism
by
lation of the Log Cabin" here, is the object -- --- force consist of : a day b feelings Opt A
;1 : tho whole to"
that ticket PUBLIC MEETI G.I and ordered of does not Hunter and the Oration
of its the election of its can- arc on come, if the rancor party spirit wa delte"W.
supporters and
sIr*, dirlnte. Had they done no more, their doings wouldhave I At a large and respectable meeting of the I horsemen, saying! : He would do "any:Loud obliterate the memory of the Signers of the R. Swaim, Esq. The style

I hare endeavored to show you the men, passed by as harmless, injuring nobody, citizens of Saint Marks, held pursuant to previous every thing in his power for Florida. [ Declaration of Independence.From was chaste and eloquent. In a pertioetfffid '

and their principles, with a view to ask, how, nor profiting ; but t they stopped not here.- notice, Capt. Robt. May, Sen. was cheers.] from Col. D. F. Wilson. The Tallahas. handsome manner, he commented nooa At <

,I-, with such lights before him, a Southern man They attempted, by drinking their hard cider .. called to the Chair, and Albert It. Alexander But, said the Governor, I will turn such see Guards-Always ready at a minute's hardy struggles, the gloomy rye sod it '

can coalesce with a northern Whig How toasts, to dictate to the people of Centreville appointed Secretary. what cannot be an agreeable topic, on a warning; may they celebrate many moro such brilliant triumphs cf our fore-fathers I
disas- I
can a pro-slavery man, under such circumstances what politics they should profess. You will I The object of the meeting was stated in a day as this. The Florida: war is too days as this, with gratification to themselvesand traced, a far o the occasion void .

yield his support to a journal, the perceive, by referring to the toasts drank, brief nnd lucid manner, when the following Irous to bear allusion to it, at a time when friends; nnd an honor to their country. the principles which governed ti.
hard cidi-r and harder I hearts aro bounding with patriotic feeling f ,
editor of which condemns, in the strong Ian. ] from whence come tho Prcntpblc and Resolutions were presented, ; and he touched with a master

: quoted, a resolution passed in Congress, heads-not from Centreville, for there the I and unanimously adoplcd : and the sparkling wine circulating freely. !, VOLUNTEER TOASTS. schemes of Government, which they, ink* <
J: guage faith but lie would endeavor to strike somelhing the Committee ot The
their upon By Arrangements.
for the of his properly'from the people arc true to ancient!! ; PREAMBLE: : I \ wisdom devised.
protection
spoiler; and his home and fire-side from the the would-be legislators went home that day Whereas, Experience having proven that more appropriate to the occasion. lie congratulated reader of the Declaration of Independence After the services were ronduded,18par-

3; desolating spirit of abolition incendiarism. reflecting (if they were sober enough to reflect for the accomplishment of any great political the Tallahassee Guards upon their As he admires nnd venerates the characters i took of a splendid and sumptuous bartaoa,
I their fallen In one short the shouldbe martial appearance, and the harmony and of the immortal signers of that Chart of our
: Who, that has; any knowledge of I he mate ) upon hopes. measure, it is requisite that People I' furnished by the Hussars.
1 rial of which the Whig party at the North is day, they became more satisfied than they united, arid all efforts without a proper good order existing among them. liberties, may he e'enbe ready to illustrate lily and good humor Tep

Composed, can doubt, but that Gen. Harrison ever had been before, that a true and virtuous union or understanding has hcrelofore proved He adverted to a visitith which the its principles by precept as well as example.By past. The cloth being S
rve
1 pwcd his nomination to the belief entertained people are not to be gulled into swallowing I unavailing. For the accomplishment of this Guards had honored him that morning, and C. S. Sibley. The memory of Thom.as Theus was appointed a .

', by the Harrisberg Conventionists! that hs! only the base and infamous made-up stuff of any i i purpose, and with a view to give strength and' the imposing spectacle presented by their Jeflerson, the framer of the Declaration Allen Secretary.The .

prospect of success was derived from the fact, particular sot of men. Wo'ild they had been !I I union to the Democratic party of Florida, it march through the green woods and winding of Independence America boasts not a following toasts were drunk:

that, by maintaining a rigid silence on this taught this lesson before, and not have profaned I is requisite that we should have= an immediate way-their arms and gay uniform radiant in more enlightened statesman or purer patriot. REGULAR TOASTS:

; subject, his principal support would come nnd interrupted tho festivities of the organization of all the Democracy of the the sun.hcams, and the gall.mt display enlivedod By Governor Reid. Florida-" One andIndivisible" : 1. Our Country-The offering of ntrj potijodl

r from that party at the North who entertain most sacred day in the amialj: of Liberty."O country. Therefore, by martial music. Ho felt, at that -she will yet fulfil her destiny ; I' heart is first to thlc.

I each sentiments as are expressed in the Ian. wad some [power llipgillct; go u!', I Resolved, That there be a delegation ap. moment, that of their fine company it might and, tinder the shelter of the Constitution: of! 7. FlorHa-Rtie captive daughter of r.

guage: .1[ the Empire State;" and which no To sot oursrls :111 other see u.1' I pointed by the chairman of this meeting, to well be said : they arc the honor and safetyof St. Joseph, take her place in the Union. I for 3.the The day of thy deliverance of WashingtooMi1lio11Iterigee i ii at band.

: other nominee could receive, except he was SPECTATOR. consist of five persons, to meet in conventionat our Forest City By a Member. Thomas Bilizell-Our memory rio and

1 an avowed abolitionist. But for this, Henry I Pot the Floridian.: Tallahassee, on tho first Saturday August Early in life, tho Gor.crnor said, all his talented guest; he possesses the confidence 4. wi Signers up o the cl1im. ble 0 tq
for the nominating suitable prepossessions had been in favor of the regular den! God and the j jwtiet
Clay vould! have been the candidate of the next, purpose and respect of his fellow citizens. -Trusting .
i TIlE GLORIOUS TRIO. had deemed but of the world oar news*
a Whigs. t candidates to represent us in the next le army ; he lightly I' By S. W. Myers. Col. Wm. J. Bailer, cause they proclaimed to the
OJ I \Ve understand that the late fourth militia of the There was somethinin and wen for imp rWable sa*.
at country. themeve
; four) ;; years ago, General Harrison could j ofl gislature. of the Middle Florida Volunteers-In this 5. The Day we -Tb.
July celebration at Centreville, the freemen of Resolved That the inhabitants of the quick cvc, the measured m p
? every movement brave and
.t; not receive a single Southern vote. Why gentleman we recognize a ener- day in a Nation'l btey.
i !\ the Tallahassee precinct were represented by in Leon be respectfully requested the scientific arrangement of ( uVB
Abolition.
precinct county
lie was said and believed to be an I getic soldier; success has already crowned his 6. The Banner of onr Conntry-Miy
1st ; and that too upon the best of evidence, i I THOMAS BROWN, A. F. DUVAL, and WM. to hold similar meetings, and send which had challenged his respect and admi. efforts: may it still continue to do so, until Star noon be adJeJ!, to rise e th.-""

t. I the general consent of all parties, friends as' M. Ginsox. 1 would respectfully ask, Mr. full delegations to represent their interests in ration. As for volunteers, in the folly of his is exterminated from Florida. fulgent of them al. -.
who constituted nominating he had them but every savage The of forida-[ 'Dot f IVi I
well as foes. Men who now support hint. Editor, those persons a I. the convention. imagination, thought fair Dr.R.L.Baker. TheTallahasseeGuardsCitizen 7. "Admision .

Southern men-were loudest in their opposi. committee to speak the will and wishes I Resolved, That there be a committee of weather soldiers, and fit only -n" Soldiers,bearing the proud insicnia the&ehIP.1tiu nori
lion to him upon these grounds. What has : of the people of Tallahassee I-whether there correspondence appointed by the chair, for "To caprr nimbly in a Lady'chamber of the Terrilorial Capitol uf( florida: as Citizens field ; the laxl to leave it. W

..0 induced this change T Has Gen'l. Harrison I was any meeting called 1--and if not, whether the purpose of furthering the objects of this To :hr lnKcivious; brlll hinr. nr. ,-"- prompt tn duty: as soldiers ever vigilantto 9. The Ballot Box-A atil! mall .i;

this was not a 8eJ np" lifiifcd ,. '1/ Pt .- --- lime, and a lute experience, had taught hima defend and protect its citadel, and its i citizens loud enough. to b head every cnoa
__ 1h_ Y2t t &?'f.l M I.,>' _.imurrmtMtiu ftimlWO: at Toasi, of''nc&ey. Resolved, That the proceedings of this different lesson. He found that he had not from the ruthless invasion of Union.I .

"upon which Southern opposition to him was constituted committee, most complacently nom. meeting be signed by the President and Secretary ovcr-ratcd the regulars, but he had under. barbarity. savag< 10. Public Opinion-Lke the airwsbrnlMirrifitd

He has inatcd themselves as candidates for the next Floridian at rated the militia. The whote of by agilalou.
then predicated I Certainly not. and published in tho TalI I current our I
By D. M. Sheffield. The Memories of 11. Banking CorporationsTheT aoaUk r
stood mute }before them. and never so much i Legislative Council. lahassce. history, from the battles of Lexington and I watched, and made to i adhere t- $

: 'as uttered one word in contradiction of what \i Thews questions are only asked for inforination In accordance with the resolations, the Bunkers Hill to our skirmishes with the Semioole Washington and, Jefferson, Madison, MonroeFrdnklmn I I ions lantly of their charters;when n5rtitraiaelthhlEI *

was then universally believed to be his eruti. | and us Paul Pry would say, .. chair appointed the following persons : i Indians, goes to sljow that reliance may in the Lafayette-Bright of that Constellations Firmament I to Republican Institution choice J a

in relation to slavery. i HOf I ONT INTRUDE.: Delegates A. R. Alexander, F. B. Whiting placed the militia of the Glo Galax I 12. Amricana-In roar Q
merits t __ :- : b upon country. I brought light and liberty let wisdom you,and B'JJj-
-- h dirt
-- forh Magistrate
to-think of the of M. Dr. Blount C. 31.Thompson. look to the Revolution and remember I
What patriotism A. Alexander ,
are we i I Forthe 1'loridian. we o'er the land of the frte, and the home of the !selections redound to the good ef oar -
Southern men who ore now, with all his old Vfr.] EDITOR : I have of late! heard great parlizan warfare in the Carolinas and Geor brave. eon ntry.

.;. him u.repented of teekinjr to elc- I Committeelexundur : A. recall the of Stark Woman's there Is a Fld-
nq upen, made the the of Corre.tponclenceA.1. gia-if we names Sump. 13. Soiety-I
---- K J complaints by Whigs ngaihsl By Major The of the
yate him to the Presidency! and who scruple Democrats, for .abusing the franking privileges C. M. Thompson, F. U. Whiting. tcr, Marion, Moultrie, Harden and Ticiggs; I Declaration Michae.Independence Signers like regard I Earth-it is tbis-i .

and means of sue.pess I R. MAY Sr., Chairman.A. if we turn to the second war of Independence VOLUNTEER TOASTS:
: not to employ, as an agent and some of our Florida Loco's re. less of fear of the and threats of i
tho conductors of which claim R. ALEXA Secretary. and consider the affair of Black Rack, Ston- tyranny I of the Day. Adwi_ .T'
: f a paper torted by saying, that Col. Downing did no. DER. despot, as they were virtuous and determinec By the President .
that Congress not only should receive Aholi. -- ington, Talladega and New Orleans if we rids into the Union-We hail the day ..
but frank documents his DIST1NGU1SHED ;
to
thing Whig; con- ANOTHER :: (CON in resisting the impending storm of"the days
lion but is alo bound i mindful l of the of and ,I will select men our raler! who il
petitions, constitutionally stituents. I have heretofore paid but little V E It'!'. are achil.ements Floyd that tried men's souls." a

to act upon them. Is it at all strange, then, I attention to all this slang on both sides ; but The Lancaster (Pa.) Plain Deulerannounccs Jackson-Jackson, who attained the summit I I By A. J. Fisher. The celebration of this identified By the Secretary.with our own.Go'P.-R. Reac1d

., ;hat our wonder should be excited when a man sees a thing with his own eyes, that the lion. 'V. J. DUANC has avowedhis of renown upon the Banks of the Mississippi 1: day by the Tallahassee Guards-They have ar, the orator and the statesman; }od'

and that we should ask ourselves, thereat'l he can no longer doubt. I was at a small determination to go for Mr. Van Buren. -we must be convinced that the militia is' evinced a spirit of patriotic chivalry, I est star.
be t Here is, most )the bulwark that liberties. Indeed !: Jurnes II. Laremore. Time
these things respn- By Ftpl.o"
our
Post Office in this Territory, a few days This gentleman, it will be remembered. left protects i ive to the enthusiasm of those sages in the :
.. and he who short of I g' I it could otherwise for May we harmonize
something wrong ; stops I since, when the Northern mail was received ; I the Treasury Department, and- allied:- himself not b the cause I; revolution, whose glorious conquest we al measures will best promote the it.
of the causes which i : is to tho effect the militia is tha
a thorough investigation I it was a very largo mail, and required the I with the 0)position, on account of his utu ,' adequate composed unite to celebrate as a National Jubilee. prosperity our common country.

7 hare brought about this strange and unnatu.I' strcnpth of two men to remove it from the I willingness to remove the doosites," in AMERICAN CITIZENS. France may By F. H. Flagg. Our Guesls-Honora. By Samuel P. F tta. John C. Ca:
fat coincidence opinions pre sed opinions I into the Post Office. On it exult in her conscripts, and point triumphant .f Southern bis .
I stagJ opening I 1633. Ho has seen his error, nnd we hail! ble in themselves, they confer honor champion rights CIS1 i
1 \ at least-between slaveholders and Abo. I the Post Master was surprised to find that it I his return to the Democratic foil with true ly to Marengo and Austcrlitz ; England may those whose entertainments they upon will carry dismay to the enemies oftfcs 7" '

I jitionists! may hereafter, when perchance too I contained scarcely any thing but public documents I joy. The event proves, that notwithstanding b proud of her cohorts, and tell the story of !,' By J. B. Keene. Leslie A. grace.Thompson, By A. F.bra Days and Our intelligent."s Centre*l"*

'\. Late to prevent the evil be has been unthink. franked by our delegate. The PostMaster I the temporary alienation of Mr. Duane, he many a bloody field ; Russia may boast of late Captain of the Guards-Those who onward Hospitable, they continue to march.&".

,. ngly[ instrumental in bringing upon himself I was curious enough to count tho num. I yet had within him enough of the icmocratic her Cossacks, and Eastern despots smile up. under him appreciate his worth. to the rescue.; may '

nnd his Moved South, have cause to repent I her sent to one single Post Office, (Apala); I principle inherited from his distinguished: on, the slaves that bend 8ubmi We .
pirn of his too great credulity. Believe not the number was 224; St. Joseph, lola, Mari- I father, to induou mum to Shrank with detesta- ..I guigeous thrones. fellow -Though I State*-The patriotic sUtesman.! J ;

'. '. !hat your designing leaders may cay. Expmioe anna, Pensacola, and In fact all the Post Offices 1 don I tom the support of an Adams federalistof have every reason to rejoice in the feature J influence'alone frequently despised, to its with Southern principles the persewrwj'

... for ourselves. I ask &utbem'JIII Dwcrict received in : and ten whose which distinguishes our militia from every icrO can be ascribed the ala ann cnriency. a
: every in the '!cP.rn pro. I three score years principles of The Centre I
adjustment the Maine
l fata to reflect upon this. subject : IjjmJ rp eVen.. the Georgians. were notjglected aro known to be so repungnaot; to the mass I other army. Ours is a soldiery, fighting not 'I question. When By ther: country calls they will '
.. Edwin
for W.
X:: .. 'be conziitent1.jfalY JM Aasavf rt the samePresidency you.aJlthew-.ta receive' d their of the people, that a special committee of conquest or for fame; gathering no laurels By Dorsey. Our Vindictive their post. .

___ _, ___ or e Is it not strange, :' just be quo about t a. the As and weredne:: r0 Ihreq ha, tx ti appointed, to keep a padlockon for Emperors and Kings. The'American Creditors-Pray for them who despiteful! By AmoL Gea. Washingtonesrof .l.
Size and
to ,
.. !'; t same up his mouth, to Citizen owns no master but the Laws, and use you persecute you: Lord have mercy ,
jay. most "passing Atrange What hu prevent him frsm speaking to I rel f
1, of pro. in the same manner, I concluded that it must friend or foe." Go ahead Mr. Duane- when ho unsheathes the sword, it is for LI. on them, and incline their hearts to thisf law,, W. R Thomas Jef
'I jiacod! uch harmony: feeling, such concert crabr. State
be a Whig document of some importance ; I you're right BKBTV 'I Forgii e u our debts, a we forgive our U.istnt. .
action between individuals
aDd unity of enough now. the Declaration Ameneaathe
"l conclusion in laee
led this from
was to part, the 1'ho Governor offered the following toast debtors. o .
his
Vhose interests and feelings : MM of learn prtc'P"his .
are naturally the '
aritioodes'of t What then I vast number sent ; thinks I, some great po. hARD CIDEH.-There is a Whig in this The brave Volvnteert-Patriotism, I By T. J. HeirTe Heroes of the Amei ..
each KTo-
Yell other laical revolution has taken favorable city who has ski lution Be eumplo Poop1.May at
caused' this place to lately drunk such enormousquantities and valor combine to form a character, upon memor sacred di. By John udje. The .

pas of elements'so apparently' congenial com. the Whigs, and our Delegate has taken this of C hard cider,' that crab apples which his country fondly leans for support tinction of party, palsied be the tongue they not prove teml.C i -

\' ,raingttnj ngonlticalthi.D' method informing us of the fact; or perhapsher have grown from his ears and the end of his and protection. I that would detract mite from the patriotismof fickle minded,u baa .a i ot J, '

p.eetnf together of and cordiafity' betweenBUcksp'iriusnd humbug majesty has concluded to answer nose.-Philad. Times. 4. The Territory ofF a-Hernterests, either of them. By L, B. Taylor.'sf FterJda B-K-CaO-1.J. w
6C theTerriterr TOI u.
while.; the North Carolina committee; or perhaps The her domestic institutions, and her natural By R. W. Whfte. South heat .
ttlo spirit and gray";. Utesi recipe !or hud cider re- Carolina.A Federal tr.peat M"i
she ha given the people of the United' States ts to mix equal making sours of Soil, am now withering from ajuit congenial soil for brave, generous and 'elated bj his "11. c&. -._
r editor of the quantities
the
Perhaps! Ccb of aai .
Log *
pare ; .
: her opinions at large on aU the gin brandy. *
great in those otic .
ques.tions sacred
It w said participation Rights, andprivileges the 'of J. B1W.N.S.n.
to person
in bit myatery. Hear him first create the Caraway '* -
explain most -prto *
jf! i which now agitate the nation. I "onrvMming ( upporter
enthus.a ".. bequeathed to each State of of '
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TIle Fait-TbelDeekm ancient taad-liyef Florid: ha deeerrse the buh- We the & J .
cupenLer. publish following statement of the --- _J :
1 or I The Fourth of and the -5-
sit
noblest onder rafenag, the hi her& July proceedings .
.J j the By F. Whitaker' Commissioner of the Tallahassee Fund in "-'--- I..I. .-_ ..
tbe tzvgtLJ.T.IP Leon
laat ,
=: the foremMt 1.0 rargi Legislative Repreneatatirea favpn of,,oar, correvpoodents have,crowdedout -
in Jon the in.itl _. the relation to its ; ytJ'a .
(eoem1 po.t May people sovereignty be ercru appropriation amount paid I 30'C
; several
editorial artictes C
; who will dare to call Uwm ably repre* ated. prepared r oar

die Iie&vs&r-tJael, .; .. By N. G. Fsler. General Leigh Read-No lean the contractors tbe present situation of the paper of to-dayv We fevite attention to the i jll" S 8PN "Lt

&I D.reo. The Democra.tic PrinciplesEerso able to wield the pen of the statesman than to wear building, and the prospect of its completion.We communication ; the matter*' discussed are : t1.r, c.Ee. .
J1 &nd Van Boren-Tbey rest upon the the armour of the soldier in defence of hi* country. advise wi kadfrf & Vrdkie, mod for
the :
lJ the prople aI firm a v.adalion aI Bj R. B. Carpenter. May the alar spangled Admiral to read h, and correct of great i importance to_tbe community. J -

-r2ges baM r ever wave free and unconquered over the the numerous misrepresentations he has madein IENGL& LYAN.

I J4/Turner. The 4lh of July-May it billow, and may those billow. till roll on, finding his paper for several weeks We have not room this week for the communication BY EDWIN" ,W. DRE.No.3 and New .0r1eaa
,, past. 1pede
the of Liberty, and n* free, happy independent relative to the of ; P
remembered b/ eons republican* till tho last probable price & ; -amed-For which the blfhtst
be Bn.
,; billow oftime shall be loll in tho COKMISSIOKEE'S OFFICE > pW
annual rctun.rg. ocean ofetem ly. ,
ill Oats. It in next. will be
a1 our
led Ocn. Thomaa Brown- By Win. Turner. In the good old times I Tallahassee may appear, p b SPENGL
Be Copeland. of98, July 8th, 1840. < On Saturday 19th In
: Ion: and< well tricd WTant the IlernJ it was Whig and Tory, bot now, in the more enlightened I I To His Excellency R. R. REID: MARRIED 11 moll on and off jane _. -

JjJSh) republican, always ready to respoud aye, it i. Whife and Jefferaenian Demo. Sir-I have the honor of ; I I AT a LARGE VARIETY OF GOODS.consisting New York trad &4.1
critic of presenting to On the 6lh the Rev. -.
inlt.'b1 Mr.
calL Republican Loco-focoiam. I I Phelp ,of DRY GOODS, HATS, SHOES &e. Wasted-Fo? w t
II bi CO.ntry'l The Cider Barrel, the Whir Bjr Tnoraaa Dicks. The Sub-Trell.ry-The you an account of the payments made by this JAMES H. BAaar.tp Mice Am Etu MuCH both I,.I' Will .be added to ray sale-throe CRATES highest premium will be paid.

.r.Cap-The CO'rinfton. most appropriate badge of a only reraely for the evil that affect our country.By I I Office to Messrs. Shines and Lavinus, the of I his city. I QUEENSWARE:, I Junes SPENGLER k LYMAN.
"lem of.11 their W. On the 2d instant by 1.4. S.Sibley, Esq., Mr. W. WHISKEY "- I
Lipartr a perr! m argui I R. Swain. The pallant and principal contractors for building the capitol. ALSO-10 bbls bbU RUM
; indefatigable L'tlour Lard S S1UCS'
B. Bacon
THOMAS ,
and preising.p to Miss ELIZA Ntw.oi ail ef this city. ,
eit1'Kin i;made by grinding band who rescued their fellow citizens from the R. A. Shines, !do SUGAR 5 do PICKLES .L' WhiSKey, kc., landing trues the chr.PacaIlc.andfoisa.by .

7'boin Brown. The People of Omtmlllt merciless savage at the Block-bousc ou the Ouilhlacooehee. 1840. In acct. with the Commissioner OBITUARY. ALSO coil _
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BI, and Yigi.DistnCio SUSQUEHANA HERRING.

LTheir.uPport.rieir political right, i. worthy By J.M. Allen. John C. Calhonn-One of tho Feb. 28. By amt 3 drafts on Treas'y, 83770 DIED-In this city, on the 7lb, instant Miss- good arile.WARDROBE. -May 30 SPENGLER I LyA'


:ta\ion bl every other portion ofthe country.r fair columns in the American temple of Liberty. "C 500 JAn A. GiLLtsoR, laic of South Carolina, in the ALSO-1 new BEDSTEADS Jamaica A New,England R1.

Ar\bar Truelore. Leigh Raad-The LIme i. By Many Friends. The People of Cenlreville March 5. Draft on N. Orleans, 1000 27th year of her .1'. I TABLE at Amre Gin.Cfaae ad .'

di.taatwhen Florida will call him to rcpre. We liave partaken of their kind hospitality and Cash, 2050 The life of the deceased was a history of thegetitJ.affoetioss..f 1 TIN SAFE moo Brandy, ,Ma4eir Malaga aCc lV ne

r.r in the Councils of the Nation.n' good fare; Jet us not mingle politics with the festivities May 9. Draft N. Orleans 1000 meekness,of charity of Chris, 18 pair COTTON SHEETS Havana .bt ad BlptBro.n' ,
bt r '
Leavins. Leigh Read-His lofly of the sacred day. tian piety, and of all the virtues which ornament July II I 52 EDWIN. DORSEY. ,, aad eomaaon Tobacco Spanish

!IIijah politician is anly) equalled by hi. skill By J. S. Robinson. The Powers that be- I Cash, 1208 and adorn the female l.sartH was tale written Cigs.n'.Havana CoffwjSpersQ Candles,No. Soap
*" foe. "Oh wad May 16. Draft N. Orleans 1000 a PRIVATE SALE. Raspberry SL Lemon *ymp, &e.,te, landed from
/Ence of his country against a savage some power the giAee ge us, with a holy pen upon the pure page of truth. HAVE received and
'" Georff Waahinglonun To ourselves June 18. Cash But on coDlicnmtnl. wiscl. brig Luna and far sale by
{ Jew i WtlK! Gen. see as others see uc. 290 why culojixc her whose memory is so deeply I feet ,
,memo7 will live forev0rBy By H. Bsea.dlovejr. CllrrorationsTo be useful I July 7. Cash, 1000 enshrined in the hearts of all who knew and the 3O frt quality ii inch flooring bards May 30. SPKNCLEJL at LTJAN.ir. .

W. N. Saunders. Our National Treasury to the people they must be honest; to he useful Premium on Northern many who loved h-r 7 In the full bloom of woman- 6,0, o 2-4 wealherboarding; 1l&
the selfishness and corruption of a to themselves, experience has be hoed she has suddenly been -
Dkrupl 101 proven they can funds srtatched away, like 10,000 tcanlling; AUCTIONEER
difthoneat. beyond amount
the flewer which is .
onu'j'tophanL to-day and to-morrow is cut '. rills and
D.F. IIarger. The Reader of the Declara..iV Ordered, That the be necessary to purchase down and cast into the oven." Her bright hopes 10. plate An
By proceedings signed ;
lire nd the SO Commission Merchant
.fIndcpcnaence--May he long by the President and and materials, at 20 per ct. 600 of happiness lie withering with her in thu grave. rim. .oi.
JJ wihel of his countrymen ever attend him. the Secretary, sent to The soft light of her mild eye is dimmed in death; 10 10 hIs cak.pickled;cod. 8ALE DAYS-yednesdays andSat.rdays.NOTICE. .
of the The editors of the Floridian and Star, with the and the fair and brow .
Rr A, F. Duval. The Orator Day- oprn which was soon to Feb 39 EDWIN W. Y. .
rasnerin which he ha* this day acquitted himself request that they be published. I J. \V. Lavinus $12,419 wear the bridal wreath, is now pressed by the eold 2 DORS wecka after date. 1 shall apply to the Hon.

widfincc of )h'n j future usefulness. SAMUEL THEUS President. i sod of the valley; but her pure spirit yet lives, and Lis of Letters SIX, Judge of the ol Leon, for

.ft w. H. Wyatt. R. K. Call,late Covet nor of J. M. ALLEN Se 1840. In acct. with Commissioner. she is now the bride of Heavca. R. 1 :Remaining in the Post Office at''Tliqasvi1le, letters er ."cioilltrtie County en Crt of IaaGsorge .
ard minded.Br I ,; retary. Draft Geo.. tbe of te
riona. BraTe, ?cncrouf high I May 9. N. Orleans, $1000 -- --- Countv. ) mffrning deeesied.
J.Bradly.! The Florida fair-Their purity, COStar requested to copy. Cash, 1000 NOTICE. the first day of July. 1840. Such of which letters May 26 43

and beauty, are bestowed upon them, I Itb I The Democratic! Republicans of tht Centreville ulhal remain thren months thereafter may be,a S_RJ.HACKLE.Notiee.
iJlDteeDte May 16. Draft N. O.
the ofrec- 1000 letters sent t,, the General Foot Office. .
to lead tm in paths ,
'licces\fuJl I precinct are requested to meet ftt the Muster
?more THE FL.OKIDIAN/. July 7. Cash, 50 Adams J Thomas Nathaniel Purchasers of Lots in the East half ef
I Lovett THE
limit' and honor. do HO 50 Ground i in Centreville, on Saturday the 18th inst. Adams Dennis McAuley! Donald 3 in Township 1 of Range 1 North

The following letter from Gov. Reid, who : TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA for the purpose appointing Delegates to the Democratic Abbott VVjcheAnliey McCall William and Went, am requested |o oeme forward prior 1

jad been invited to be present at our celebra. : Convention, to be held in Tallahassee: for George McLcndonMcLanJon I the .20 ih instant and settle for the a:me, or on that
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$3166 50 day tlio will revert to the original o ocr.
sentiment was j the of nominating Candidates! for Akridge James James i property
purpose Leoir
with the accompanying Saturday, July II, 1"0. -
tion, .. This office was not in funds until about the ; I J. ACKLET, Auctioneer."*
%
I Villi.unAlderman
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--r- Cpunty, for till Lower Branch of the Legislative AI.crman George McElvy Tallahassee 7. 1840 4t
presented Tallahassee gj July, 1840. i! FOR PRESIDENT OF TilE U. STATES, latter part of February, when the difficulty of Council. Daniel McGhee Sol I ; -

procuring them from Washington, existing Adams Harmon Jc1J'lrrain Elizabeth f KoU.t
SIB : I very much regret that my engage- MARTIN VAN BUREN. during the time of your predecessor, was ;rr-\\: are authorised to announce Captain Dlount John I Thoma G t .nOSE who aerrw en the 4th instant
the I I Bark JohnBranch Mitchell the subucribers auction will) in .
ElizaUth ,
will ; sown
menu in this City prevent acceptance --- happily removed by Excellency. The Joseph Johnson.. aa a candidate for the office of I a c
your Matthias John I ofsikoest of the apply fur medical aid at
in the I PIer; negroes
of kind invitation, to participate : The Sub-Treasury Bill in the II.I received Colonel of the 7th Regiment of Florid* Militia for
passed amount
your I was promptly paid to the Brice Francis 2 Martin Murphy M 2 the Drs. Randolph.

celebration) of our National Anniversary, with ]: Representative, on the let instant, and has I contractor ; and since, no delay has prevailedfor Loon County. I' Boles Celia Mann Samuel S 3Netmilh april I 3 R.J.H ACKLET.
fellow citizens of Centreville. i i'i HEAD Jam J N ElanfierPoarock !
my want of fu ds. The is QUARTERS FLORIDA MILITIA 'Dcawel
of the ere this: received the signature of the Pres: following extract Town Property for Sale or
the Rt
I congratulate you on return |I I made from letter addressed the ADJUTANT GTMEHAI-'H OmciT Bryant James
a by late commissioner SALE or RKNT Lot Number 1 .
and dent. It is the consummation of Blackshear Thomas E Samuel FOR
with sacred into struggle Rogers
day, so replete Tallahassee Florida PIn ofTallahasseswith the }leuse
glorious to Mr. Shines, dated Dec. J 7, 39: July 5th, 1840. Bryan James Jtusbjn J.1II! :
recollections. It reminds us of the of the Administration for the last eight years. tliereon. Apply to R
resting
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In reply to your application for a payment on OENERAL ORDER-NO. 10. ClemonsCbarlcs e.aJ! Edward 2 J HACKLE
birth of Liberty-of the sacrifices made by No measure has perhaps met with more severe the 10th instant, for materials, etc., amounting The Officers -onimanding Repimrnts in the Militia Carter James F Seilars John _8 7.J84U 2'St _

our fathers for its support. We should l be opposition from the Federal Bank party $680, Ktatrd that the amount was due to you, but of this Territory will transmit to this office a j CRIJwcl Jhn 2 Smith Mws Msry Jane t HEADACHE, SICK OK ISERVOUS.

gratefu! to Heaven that it yet remains to us. in The bill that I was not in possession of means at that timeto list of the jmos of tho Commissioned Officers in Mary M Stw Thomal The extraordinary reputation that Dr. Spohrj'

The efforti ef those who have, from the beginning .I I Congrpg passed by a majorityof meet the payment. I this morning received their respective command, together with the datea I, Davis Nancy Smith Job E W 2 I remedy for this distressing complaint is everyday

advance the few at the 17-ayes 124, nays 107. The opposition your application for the foregoing payment, end of their Davis Daniel Slater Je.!!eShepherd gaining, is certainly a matter of much astonish
sought to : ex.! an additional payment of 600, etc. I have to appointment t paniel Thomas Willian ment. That so much suffering should have exist

pense of the many. have so far been unsuc. attempted to get up an excitement upon the acknowledge the delivery of there also, and that By order of His Excellency, Gov. R. R. RI zv, Delegates Thomas CQ.Sap Levito i I cd for ages *ttliouf any dioor or any meic

ceS6fu,and THK PKOTLE arc still triumphant. title of the bill, and moved several amend. I llio pay is due ; but am not yet in poRscsxios of the CommanderjnChiefJNO.: GRAHAM, 1 the Stats ft. Conv. Simmons JamesEubfrnks nal I preventive or cure, is truly a subject

May they ever be so rncnts, which were rejected. Mr. Pickens means- .but expect to have.. it in the course of a very Adit. and lnn. Genl. F. M. Benjamin Ssllers junr John 2 regret ; but "Dr. S. now aPr the ,public that
lew days.. loUr, etc., I Fulch Isaac Sloan John I such a remedy [1. been invented ft* will convince
We of lhe South hare great reason to rc. obtained the floor, and, after a few remarks, R. A. SHINE. C. G. ENGLISH." QUARTER MASTER GE ERAI[ "S OFFICE. Fullford Jordan 2 Vmith LucreliaFulifard the melt credulous.: The principles upon which it

joi e. Our prosperity has been sorely as. called for the previous question, which was The contractors, to the present time, have FLORIDA MILITIA, Slielman Smith Sell D acts are simple and plain. It is an admitted fact
sailed by an insatiate cupidity, and our Itisti- 8th \ Gay Simon Smith jr "Co Simeon that this complaint whether called Sick Headacheor
sustained and the bill of. been much it TULAD"'UJoI'l : 1840.
disposed paid as or near as they
bewildered fanatics and desperate very Grider Jacob Teulock Arthur or his Nervous headache arises primarily from theatoinscbthose
tutions ,
by FELLOW CITIZKNS instructed His
am Ei-
-- entitled by
are to. I GainuH Father
Nancy who think they have the Nervous
and designing politicians ; but,there is no just The Admiral, with all the shamelessness Public attention having been called to the ccllcucy ROBERT RATMONB Rno, to proceed to Collect Griffin John Thomas Robert Headache may Lest assured that this organ, the

cause ot alarm, so long as Till PEOPLE are and pertinacity of an old offender, adheresto sale of a draft of 82000 to Mr. Levy, I think all the Musket, Rifle*,Shot Gum and Areoutremenlf. Hollin-fworili, W. Ann Upslraw Thomas I stomach, is the frt ca.setbat, the system has_become
governed by principles,and true to tJiemselfcs I that may have been delivered to by Hurst Robert C Ylcke John L vitiated through the stomach,
to state that the sale was made about you I debitat. "
the thrice and
I ask your acceptance of a sentiment, and exposed exploded falsehood proper his .red'Xe .or. Those who are in possession of Hancock Jonathan White John and that only sme channel most they
rcldthc the resolution for the of the first of March, at an advance of 20 percent I Caroline Ward Lewis a restoration of the and healthy
to the Hal expect
of
i it is such
lope not entirely unworthy pay ai belong to the Territory ait to naur
your ap. i requested
f which was then the highest rate, and is Jud e Joel Wilison Aldorman functions of tf syitem. object.Dr.Spoon's
probation. Private Secretary. It is not enough that he I the price charged to the contractor Mr. deliver them In the undersigned, or to his agent at I i Hadly Mary White Thomas remedy is eminently calculated to attain. The

SOCTIIERS R/cIITI-Onl eafe under the adminiilntion i1 shown the enrolled resolution, attested bv Shines northern funds paid him since that this Office(forth i'h The immediate return of the Hines William Wilson Jeremiah trolli of this position cannot 1 controverted, and

of flint President who is thoroughly imbued the presiding officers of both branches of the ; above mentioned arms in required for the defence of Johnson S rnp--on Westcall Doct John tbe sooner sufferers with headache become
with SocTHra.v Piu\cirLE8. I time. Sates were made by my predecessor the frontier, and fuither prosecution of the Jrrnigan Aaron \Vamm.,rk Benjamin convinced of it the ..ooneri their suffering end

I am, Sir, very respectfully, Legislature, and by the Clerk and Secretary during the last year at 6 and 10 per cent. the foe. war Kingsiey.James Youmans James M in restoration of Sphon pledges his
against
Your fellow citizen, (>f the Senate-all made under oath, and It gives me great pleasure to state that the It ia to be savage hupsil that this call will July 11.0 JAMES.WOLF SMITH, P.M. professional reputation on this fact. The remedy
not -
upon you had
I, be the
ROBERT RAYMOND REID: which is the highest evidence the nature of I, work has progressed much faster than even ,, be made in vain.Respectfully. NOTICE. may In all acidity at or apothecaries.sourness of stomach,this remedy

Captain HUNTER, the most sanguine expected. The rof is your oht. servt. .& LL inlei.icd to the Subscriber prior to and invaluable family
p
the case admits of and that this was the ac. r"n. 8versign : as a general
of the Centreville Hussars ; \ about being put on, and probably will be during I!I JOHN B. COLLhVS, the 1st July on Note, Book Accounl, or otherwise it i now adopted by many oF the
customed compensation. In the plenitude of Quarter Master General. notified tht the bills will b mpdicDt i
htrehy
this and next month. A contract has bean are It never sickens the
.
tv Elijah Lravin The Executive of the Tor. I Jr whom fili.
---- -- F'. Thornlojj, ,
ntirjr-Tlio n iolar. tile gentleman and the atatr- his wisdom, he terms this a quibble. In our I made to finish the Senate Chamber-and For New York. presented by Benj.to settle. 'itl' btomach or ptouee any the unpleasant effectsof
they are requested .
man, under whClle'irectlon: wo will nuu'ii re. next number, we gave the like kind of proof, I proposals are being received for finishing II The superior sdiooner JOSEPH July 4 49 .IOS.WILLIAMS.5- -- .- pblie.pircio for accompany each bottle.E.SPHONM.D..

cover from our) diffi' uliiei. extracted from the Journals of the House. I seven other rooms in the first and second I HANKEY, Paddon, master, will sail K.pTICE.SIX -- -- .,

By Mr. Dllling"II'Gen"ul I 'ich R ad-An I stories, and five in the basement, all of which ,, for the above port about the JUtb iaat. will! be Propnetor and
that the last of the session it weeks after lhi 'nYotor.
American flf lie Fiither of li';, shewing on day For d1e :application
every say country. only applY to sale ia Tatlahe.
passage CT For
of by
I hope to have ready for use by the time of. the Hon. M.Gibson.
*o lioud! every Floridian cay of him, "firct in war. was resolved, in the House, That $800 be July 8 &2 BBTTON tf FISHEa.LUMBERLVMIIEC. to 47 RANDOLPH LEWIS.
or
latter June
for .
fir t in po.cefir4 in the licarlnof his *' the session of the next Council. I -- -_. ---_ _. _-0- the County Court of t.en Coinlyi -
countrymen. allowed the Private of the Gover. wf Daniel 1 AlbriIi!. -
estate
Hy J. J. Barne R. K. Call-Hi* removal fr moffiie Secretary Very respectfully yours, &,c. admin Uation an tjm Vf by the Subscriber, about the
n and -'l. nor" and thc the minutes of \ SALE-100,000 FEET YELLOW ; late or said ca.ty, deaad TAKES &
regretted by every true giateful ; same day, by THOMAS BALTZELL.The FOR 49 B. a middling sized Mare Mple, rather
ridian. the Senate that M The Senate received from : LUMJJBR of all kwh, just received july4 WHI'Nr. bstwren a Sorrel and Bay is their order. The

By J. M. Allen-The Jcfferronian Ilepublicani' political missionaries who have recently from Walker's )1 ill! Lost or Ulislaid :. owner is requested fe ;fonard prove and get

True patnirtiirn and love ofhbetly pnnnpt them tf the House, rn passed, a resolution for the compensation !. been so loud and boistrous with the cries of TAFT ALEXANDER NOTE o hind: for tw rrty-two cL>Il3 given htr. lAS .SAUL
unfurl thr hunnrref Uemorrac\ a free countryand of the Private Secretary of the :I i I Port Leon, July 8, 1840. 52 3t A by George Young to the Subscriber, dated Braiding in the North 'et Lon

over a t'rcn people, it e'er'ha", anJ ever will 11 I Log Cabins and Hard Cider, it appears, met ST. HOUSE some time in Janmry 1 last. All persons are Cau- Cunty.on the Georgia Line. 3t 47 Jane
!tr'mmphintly. Governor, which was read, the rule being with a signal rebuke at Centreville on the 4th i MARKS tioned against uadn ftr the aid note. A liberal -
'
I I j Recently kept oy F. Gerardin. reward will br givtn the finder on returning 1 to Dab Sale
Thomas
By Gn'tkm Aristocracy-Tht which waived, and adopted. Yet this the vera.
of whither had nominate
i"w much nourished by some nf the pV of AmpI I July, they repaired to i C' SPENCER has taken the above establishment July 4. 1840' 49 JA1ESC.WELL. BY virtus of a writ or fieri hems issued out of

tit; may the time: Oil come when pei surh charar- cious editor of the Star terms another quibble I themselves as candidates to represent the S S and fitted it up as a .place of public NOTICE. the Superior Cooit fur Laoi County at le

ten will have hip and insists that the resolution never I t entertainment. The Proprietor Sitters himself t tl of May 183!). i" which Lemuel Erocki i j.
to where it it considered ai hon pas. citizens of Leon county in the next Legisla. U1ING aUens from the Territory!, )
or,at they re thunghl by every tree republican to sed the Senate and refers to the testimony $ that a very extensive and varied experience in this D Edward my A. Hcir.efS n Pedowilae.t! a.my Plainlif and Robert J. Hac&Iey i Defendant I
; of Centreville had and .& sell
tive Council. The Hale
be tnrmiea to freedom.By people i I lira of business has qnalified him for rendering and EDVijK D. COLEMAN. : leyier upon :1 a Publi 0.f .
I of that branch ef the Coun. agent attorney. SATURDAY the 25th lh
of the Secretory I general satisfaction. The comfort and gratificationof i July during 1f
\\ m. Thompson. The memory of Wa hinglon determined to celebrate the 4th of J.nly with. July-4,18-10 49 f
his be his J .a rs.in front of the Court house deer in Tali
it. We ask patrons tit ji constant study. The -
should lcBv cil directly against simply
never be forgotten by a free peo; as "
out distinction of party ; preparations had occati and tin land -"ill be laid under contributionfor NOTICE.THE f hUen all said Defendant's inlef*>lin Lot JTo ?
Daniel Mamey. The Marquis d!* Lafay.ile him whether he believes the Journal of that been made by tbe appointment of a commit. their gratification. A boat will bo at the bridge subfciber ofiVrn for sale, his VALVA. .IP the old plas. and Ne. 183 in the north additlar:

-The noblest among the noble; his name will be Secretary, and his official attestation to the crossing the St. Marks river, daily at the arrival of PLANTATION on the Armenia lake., of the city of Tnllehanee.
heard to echo and re-echo in the American forest, tee of arrangements by the Leon Huzzarsthe Levied and be sold to said writ
the car, to take visiters to the Hotel free of ex being the East half of the N. W. quarter of section upon to satisfy
till time shah be no more. !enrollment, both of which are made under selection of an orator and reader, all of pense. Visiters at the Hotel will also be sent by two. township two, range on.. North I East;.,, according to law. Terms Siie

By Elijah Jotmnon. May the memUera of the |oath 1 or rather does he believe the loose irresponsible whom had attended to their duties. The day host to tho bridge daily as the cars return to Tal- the WWl half of the N. W. quarter section two I S. MatshaL
next Legtflatore' be poMeand with wi'Jom, nnd I .
1 Uhaasee3m Star 60 two Nerth and Eaat. A'ao. f BjM.WALKEttD.M.June25lP40.
copy township range lne,
miy their prudence guarantee and sustain their note addressed him by the Secre. arrives and lo the missionaries 1 .
I Whig appear Beckwith'sr Pills. the Cast half of tho N.E. quarter of sertion tref. 4
kifbeit reputation.By tary / And does he not hazard more the reputation I at the time and to township two, range one, NoiJh and East ; j NOTICE
appointment same place
M. Jill by SUPPLY of this celebrated remedy for Df
G. Wn liinglon T sprpsia -
Taylor George
Father .r hi, country; first in war, first in peace, i! of his friend, the Secretary, by placing I hold n political meeting. Like the hoarse A warranted fresh and genuine. Jojt There known is as about the 160 Fuller acres or of Bntbry!a plnlltien.-, I? hereby given that I shall institute salt i in the

trrt in the hearip of liia countrymen.By these various acts in juxtaposition, than of John Hook beef! beef!! received and for sale by of soil be open ranked the County Cotut of Leon ebanty,upon a tnortpftge -
etc
notes bawling I I may among Ferdinand Le
Je'ieViIi! To the memory of the noble I July 6th,1840 RANDOLPH & LEVIS1OO fertility lands wilh- made and executed to BM, by
dead who fell in defence of their be can hope by his course to injure those against beef!!! through the ranks of tho Buldicrw of 1 lanc1 in the Territory. Tries lay BIcux. upon Lot No.forty-tars (43) in the oath
country. bblsJUST He.58. ;" ... y.rH. nT the ercat Armenia lake, which
ByV.. H. Wyatt. Gen. Wm. H. lIarriAonay whom the shaft of his malignity is die the revolution, victorious upon tbe plains of recu-vcd per schr. Joseph Hinkey, from pasluragw cannot be in te"rld.. '1'herein i>"lfof the Cuat. quarter-sectmaoXlaruLsitaalr,
.urp..e and Leon s I shall
the tar of tin d.tiny never ait. until he pita of / and for sate by also new well dwellings,wflh lying county; i
his a
'. the rected. Does not own knowledge par. I Yorktown-the discordant notes of these dis. apply according to law, fo lbs of said
Preaidenliil: chair. July 11 2t.52 BETTON & FISHER. plenty of cxcelcnt water. t rol
By Wm. L Thomson. Woman liamentary proceedings teach him that the interested politicians, crying Log Cabins and Notice, Thu purchaser have from 21.3 years indnigcnro. -. mortag.up,n pettio fihd dis d1i

Grace in all her;steps, heaven in her eyea, Senate would never have waived the rule, if: Hard Cider, and bepraising themselves and my absence from the Territory, There is now growing a fine mop of era i un* 2lh' 18. CHARE BECSTEIl
DURING the _farm._ suitable. for the Dunbaser.RICHARD -JJURING
0:1
Her every gesture dignity and love. they were opposed to the parsage of the re. | General Harrison, echoed through the grove, McKnanght & Ormond are iny au. -- --- ---I CROWELL. -
H.
By Amos Lee. Gen. Leigh Read-A brave Lhorised JOHN LEDGERVOOU- NOTICE
and gallant officer aa ever allowed point to a s>a- solution received from the other house. The grating harshly upon the ear of the patrioticand July 11 agents., 1840. 50 Jaly4,18 49 fly abnc. fo anial the Territory.
A. Drake M'Raeny arsmy
Ute foe. editor has for weeks been insisting that it chivalrous band of yeomanry who had Notice, STORAGE. I
Bjr F. last at orircd Agents _ _
LiiUtive J. Simpaon. The member of the amendthe I could be proven that this resolution never convened to celebrato the anniversary of our 4 LL persons aie notified not to trade for a note THE leaed one of the my altb 49 JILUNLrs!
Council who introduced a bill to fflr WOO, dated about tho last of February or & Houses and Wharf lateiy er.aed by -
Lie Insurance and Trust Company Bank passed the Senate ; yet the proof has never national birth.day. The people could not hat of March, 1838, pay.iblo with interest from Messrs. J. & N. Hatnlin, solicit a sharo of patron- :

thou Charier, and then voted against it. 0 counistency been adduced. Every official evidence of its endure a desecration so monstrous ; and date at 10 per cent, made by Joseph Johnson, and are in theReceiving '
art a jewel The people of Centrevillo will bearer the : ; Business
Lewis Saunders
to It as same Forwarding
payable
i
know how to appreciate such conaiftency. passage which can be brought to attest the though the unanimity of their meeting was is casually lust from my possession, and is my pro. TAFT & ALL ANDER. 1

JOSEPH BKAXCH. Esq. being called upon by doing of any legislative act, has been addu. marred by the intrusion, they sent the intru. perty. LEWIS SAUNDERS. Port Leon, I3tli April 1840 :8 I .li

Mveral persons from different pam of the 0.hi ced in confirmation of this. The recollectionof ders home to learn that, like the patriots of July B 50 4w 4t" L 85 Rewar. I

In a few pertinent and forcible remarks, a Senator at hand could be appealed to, '76, they were nbt to be seduced, by honiod Notice.STOLEN '' nod Robert OST on CopvlandV the 3d inltMl., an silver Tallahassee Watch.I r
from the Subscriber English
explained the motives of the member assailed who would falsify this slander. ; but it is un. words and golden promises, from their dutyto SORREL HORSE 17 on Saturday hands high night, II' with tLe subscriber's lame on li" back, written j r SALES DAY-Ec SauTda .

for toting in the negative on a bill of his own necessary. If these do not afford sufficient themselves and their country. nor cajoledby white hind foot, with a !large wart Jn his rhcalh, with Iho point of a kie.VboY r will the return. .I ELECTION NOTICE.

proposing. lie did BO, simple for the pur. supposed to hare been taken b, name negro. Any i said watch to this abov.reward. ELECTION for Colonel of the Seventh
outs have no aecu. of their aristocratic J. FOLLENSBEC.Tallaharsee AN
evidence authenticity, we the seeming predilections
pose of moving a re.consideration, which he 1 inlurinntinn will be thankfully received and libcj. ;. 4JREMOVAL !l ': Florida Militia t fl the vacancy
could not have done, according to par liamen-' rity that our entire statute book is not forged friends for log cabins and hard cider, ally:! rowardrd. JOHN B. GORMAN. -5-- May occasioned by tbe resignation of A.A. Fisher.

Yet in the face of it all this found the July 8 57 will be held, by the officers of tbe bat ia
,
tory usages, had he voted for the bill. Mr. and spurious. which had never place among ma. "yera.
the 25th
Notlce.I H E their entire establishment Leon County, on Saturday,
B. ( explanation was wholly satisfactory.By trumped up falsehood is unblushingly reitera. deira and champaign which stocked the eel. I Tax Collcctor's-of law, I will attend at the follow. T from" their old stand in Reprt of the Election to b made tothe under .

Win.Lee. Gen. Leigh Read-A true Dem- ted. We again refer the people to this evi- lars of their stately mansions. We refer our IN pursuance, for the purpose of collecting the Uawio the New Brfck Building on Monroe Berry1 a Ttlahaae. within ten days thereafter,
jug places
ocral;in introducing the bill in the last LegislativeCouncil cencc of the veracity of the Star. readers to the remarks of Spectator,' and to COUNTY TAXES OF LEON, for the present next door to Wru.H.WyaU & Co,where they will according JOSHUA TAYLOR
continue in the 4 49 Major Commanding.
to amend the Charter of the Southern : lImo bu..ineFI .hierctofore-'iz: July .

Life.Insurance and Trust Bank, be only followed CONGRESS.--In--the--Senate on the 2d inst. I the proceedings of the celebration in our pa. year At:D. McRaeny's office in Tallahassee, on Mon. dealing in t;ddlti, Blil. Jfartipgalej' end lIar. Fifty Dollars RewD. _
the news, of all Also
mtructjors. or bw immediate eonalituenta. jrrnrral assortmenlof
By Wn. HaiL CentreTilleJnongh Mr. Walker reported a bill for the admission per of to-day. d'y the 20th July inl.AJon.W. 2Ut. Haui Q und Coach, TOLEN from the 8ubtri r 'TallaJrassee,
The Citizens of Kale's n Tuesday Trnlg. Bit Spurt
of the
called simple they will not again be de. of Florida. The bill provides that the Slate KEEP Coe ..-The Admiral is sorely net. store on.w.4....d y 22d. Gig 4*4 Riding Wlip. Carpel Bars, on tbe night 29th ultmo a LETIE"
ee," or led tb.lIot 23d. Y41", Saddle Bagt .fcc. fcc. Skirting, V ALJSE containing $260 to specie. np
by Va Ourea sycophants, and and made that little At Shehes's oo Thursday % .
hall embrace Middle and West Florida, tied by the strictures upon I Tnip thiefu lately been discharged from 1
box will prove it. I AlCro-nartieV on Friday 24th. u.rl. / HogtCalfMToc- poae >4
is Wm. Ford bif.
,
Ey J. M. admitted under the S.Joseph constitution. thing called tho Star, by Mr. WAiKEKand Young' on Saturday co end Set : and Narfingllu.3--- S-Arny. name fight
t". .1.__ L _HilL. The. L Centreville_. nomination. . ofy !. be eo. .. I At Geerge the 2tl.. J. arrsst .wt C or7 inches hi. Jaf n
Dr ue umintM-ihey should be looked Also, another bill for the division ot tno -ler- lets off in a column of cavils against the r. Bockrr'l on Monday tn.J_, ;' 110rt. notC. -Av :and fifty JoUafaTiw "nwarj f
30ih. WARD .
.-POD. reeking by every to true elevate republican themselves with by dUtro the vilest, aa ritory and the admission of the State of presentative and his address to his constituents At Shell. !! Point on, at Thursday William Walker'. on Fridaythe N. B. Rewiring done in all the above articles. & cn"oCM, money, or.fair OJOagE porriea to"' -

party intrigue upon the falling fortunes of other East and West Florida. This bill provide strangely commingling with it various- 31st instant. usual__n _I__ 42 m., IS -- 4
. By John BriekU Hia in. I At Magnolia on Saturday th lat day of Augustnext. S B ..OV..L.'j. '
Gen. Read had
if
L4gh ourself ut. "
hits at as we
the and sundry UeMt -
Legislature
ritgsid1 u mor, than traitor" i that after the admission, may For nndcrsigned.hve removed their stock et
arm.
Ey Many Fritoda strong r Cntravtlle. The day we'at.A a law dividing the State into two States tered this offensive expression, or were to I will attend at the several plae above mention TA* Jorge tf Cmo duel I THE from their foraaer eland ia-Berry1

pass the views did not exactly tally ed from 11 o'clock A. M.till 3 o'clock P. M. ling, cotawig"8 where Row to the store oa the earner wf Meant and "
tha of Florida
father West our
ooiweeraUd
day by -the State of East and blame because JAMES 1 HART, a therSubscriberformyly residedattaeh; Clinton streets reeeatly eecopied by Meeanu Cor-

Lmy.on Th this day Rend, njxmld harmony ei k which. interrupted w. shouldlejoy by, dividing line to be the Suwanneewithoutfurther with thoe of the address. We are are not July 11 50 2 .Tax .Leon"Co. ed to the premises is a goad well of wf man & Hall where they will eofiUafts) to keep eaband

nbjtcu of party diapatationa, awe should me, on proceedings of Con gross-eo soon as compelled to follow or uphold the views of any 8tJed- Ir. and Jn Stables. Enquire ef general assortment el alapWaad, fancy Dry
"* day, u far degrade ownelrM bj blackening in. This the Subribr, th. tl nit. a "- June 4 SfELLMAN N. DANIEL Goods Groceriss Boots aad Bb a s, flats Hard-
thousand ttnnge t
aid both sections shall have thirty indioidual or clique. may appear FROM Mr. ware tad Gallery,Crockery aad,Glassware with,

By ealamialing bIDet M. UM HonUr.ebaneur- Tb .r..rIlabon.Uolud 8UU-AffaMt habitants. Tbe bills were read and ordered to our neighbor-but it will be well for himto Carty, of 21 H Mark formerly and blr t b i., my absence NOTICE.DURfN from the TerL Jaii. alnpst "i7 aniaU suited the 1*'lbs .-wants l.mr.l- 1Ie
aad aratoeall
will Their ftieadi paUie
Uaavan which kM falln into UM fangs to a second reading. There is little prospect remember it, as it may account for an occasional that neihbro. A liberal reward b Jn I : v a>d baa W, ..n.a1 oUrised ... country.and exaaaice for UniaiaalfaaMay .
er amid Horse U> my noos .
political belUhoundi bat they will mnzxlod difference of opinion between ourselfjud for t delnr, K E. BROOM, U CO.a. .
thisaestion. SO JAMSS
*. *& of March Mil, sad shipped to .tbii,I of the passage of either C. P. IAH a 1& .< :44 .

sulpba. r.gHi.rb "Aat Henry., Congress adjourns by resolution on the.I our friends, both now and hereafter. TaWUJ.110. 1340 t. "", #

1 7 G.G.&& Ga. Thomas firawa-.Tlu 21stintsnt. -.}-, -. ,',

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II LEGAL4( NOTICES vJSI ( .PROFESSIONAL NOTICES. wrimE members of the Grand and Petit Jones subscriber will fonlinue the above- bud-1-5- establishment hu bcn opened for the &

tI .. .for Leon County Superior CoUrt, at the THE at the S. W., CWne'r of Washington THIS leacofl, bj the'snbscribere, and know ]

3 itfer
I3 ,_ Hott.JW lof tb* Cttety ,Comr&'f Leon OFFERS hia profeaaton&l sri ea to Uw people a re now'notified that I am prepared to' pay them of the best .Linen Paper, he is now have been made for' the accommodation of 4 reasonable NoTrc1* '

1 .County*for fetteWofcdminislratooa ipon th&eatlteo County. Office in Monticello, -t my office, North of the capilol equare, in Talla. enabled manufacture'' Books'of evetjf description number of 'trillion, and ample) tflppltps'Uid itcbefl

H of Benjamin M.tcalf deeeand, late of the store of William Denham & Co. b asset, until the lit June. Those who do not call soluble far Bank>vPabtte OfficeMerchanU i in'ef the cofnforta and many of the luxuries of the JfifchelL;:OatOIC0b,,,, Mowa ....

Jaw 19 r > ROBERT J. HACKLEY. Monticello,May 0, 1840. b y that time. and sirn the return, will riot l>e paid. and others, in single or complole sells ; country.. Thdse who- patronize this place during dead ,beuM ha,,

1' *' Jfottcel JAMES T. ARCHER, THOS. BROWN, Deed,- Record, and Docket Books, and all other 'he summer, will find their sitnation more pleasant U ayes in t& S'i'

I SIX weeks after date, I shall apply to the Htra ATTORNEY AT LAW S One of the administrators of S.Marsha H. Dural 1 M., D Clank Books ued by County Courts can be'.btain- t han uiual. The Springs and Balhinj-Hmises ire t hing w his

of the County Court for Leon county, May 26 1 deceascdJatc ed at short notice, ruled and bound in any style i iii food order-the water delightful, and seryar.ts personally o by lett I&BB

cm. lot letters of administration upon the estate of Tallahassee, Fla. PABTNEBSHIP. required, and warranted equal to nothern or any i n attendance to the calM of the Tisitora. amgncd, iithn three month

Thomas Horn, late of said county, deceased. Office on Munroe Street, in Wyatl's new buildjng. FRANCIS 4. LEVI HART entered other manufacture. Particular attention will be The waters of the Suwannee Bprinjrs are justly Should any5 pers.t, b aLfo JMr**

V t BENJAMIN T. HAGAN. May 26. WM.H.; Ce-partnership January, 1840, under paid to re-bindirrg Book, Newspapers, Maga celebrated for their medicinal properties-rnny invalids Ilio uid Gent;. MifcUl' i!*.? ? djATjij

Jane 20, 1840. 47 G J. M'CANTS, the style of FRANCIS & HART, at the old Und zincs, Pamphlet, Music Books. ice. in plain or have found great relief 'and others restored ricrition will paid. Th iai4
hivhigIs
ornamental binding, or lo match patterns. Paper to health and their For a pleasant ibont,
NOTICE. and Counsellor Late of WM. If. FRANC WM. H. FRANCIS, vigor by use. ... ig ra j
Attorney at Feb. 1 27 LEVI HART ruled for Bills, Letters, <$-<;. resort during the summer months, this place equals /
c SIX weeks after dale, application! will bo made practice in the Courts of the Middle I He has for sale a good assortment of Blank any other situation in Florida, or the adjoining letter sJrta'feh' sS
the Honorable the Judge Jefferson Coun.ty WILL NOTICE. ruled plain, ofthe on iho 2 }
and in Ike Court of .Appeals. Office I Books, Letter and Writing Paper, or country. 1
Court, for letters of admidulration on the estate at Tallahassee! Fla. tf april 16, 1840 I N pursuance of the provisions an act of the best quality. Ruled paper ef every description. Charges will bo moderate. pressed an intention ofgcnng MaysasEngland ?

: of Mrs.CLIAY AB.LCIKJE, deceased, late of eiid Legislative Council of.Florida, amend an act I All orders thankfully received and promptly at E. G PONDER, or to the Western States to settle

.county. JOHN P.ATTORNEY. entitled, nn act lo incorporate the Subscribers lo I tended lo. P. A- hAY WARD. June6, 1840. 46 RICHARD JONES. Dated this I I0 h day '

May S6 43 JOHN B. COLLINS. AT LAW the Union Bank of Florida, and by order of tho I Tallahassee, July 113-if bury.in the CoUnt .f r5orSJfiffiV *

) practice in the courts of Middle and Board of Directors of said Bank, I will, on Wed.npsday NOTICE. HANNEN&ftU -

F NOTICE. WILL Florida, and Court of Appeals Res. the 24th instant, between the( hours of 11 lIE subscribe Cotton, appointed Weighing,. of Cotton, T HE Subscribers offer for sale the folio! win g ar Any further information can ,
[IX menlhs after date, I shall apply to the Hon dence near Gen. Brown's. o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., at the front door T Weigher S tides, low for CASH- B. Gamble fc Co. Tkn.ham hi
in of the last
an act passed at soi-
Judge of Leon Covnty Court, for letters dismieeory Jan 25 26 of the Banking Ilouao proceed t lo sell at public sion of pursuance the Council informs Cognac Brandy half pipes and qr. casks
I as administratrix on the Estate of J. T. -; auction, to the highest bidder for cash, the following Legislative respectfully Holland Gin in bbla. 1 NEW Itll MiVERT AlfDnS 1
I Johnson, laic of said County, deceased. S. W. CarinacR & fllctlicus A. Lou?, shares in the Capital Stock of Iho Union Bank the public thai he is pre pard lo weigh Cot Whiskey in do MAKING
Ion cither in thin city or at the Railroad Depot,-S ESTABLsflN
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Lard
( CATHARINE JOHNSON, of Florida, \iz:- in kegs rNHE
I By her Agent, P. KEnit.i TALLAIIASSKU, FLA. 14 shares heretofore standing in name of Is'. His scales aro manufactured at the same place as Flour, Molasses the Ladles undersigned mos( repetf S
those
used the United State and
ofTallahassee
by generally,
may 31 44 Slewait d-'Ceased. Corn, Hay and
i R-T ILL practice in partnership in thfl SupcriTV Blackwell.1it i likewise by the weighers of cotton in the city ol r ftlanhadpn and Cod Fish in bbl she has opened a house in tf,4, above ,
orC'iiirtsof 3 do in name of A. B.
t L Notice. tho Middle and ApalacliiolaDistricts L > J Niw York, and have been examined by the InFpedorof roe strcct' and betw e the
Hild ; do do noH Boxes Pickles, in quart jars stores of Mr.
in the of
weeks iflcr dale I shall apply to tlio Hon. Court Appeals. Tteii I scales and wci hls of rtid and and Mewrs. Gorman
city Hall
provcil fr !!
SIX CVhicr. bbl.- wLe
I office is for the Y. L. RUTGF.RS, A st 300 Limp.McNAfJGHT I ,
oftie! County Court of Madison Conn- present, in the new court house. 4GTo I correct. Prico 'if wri'Miinc. 10 cents per bale. from a strict attention lo tjs businej $3i

.. I ty, for letters of itlrtiiiitralion on (ha estate of 1)ecQl 20 Tallahassee, June, 1K40( I 1)). M. SlfEF1ELD S'eigticr ofCotlon.Tallahassee Port Leon, March 20tb I40.A. ORMOND. share of public patronage -

Turner Davis,late of said county, deceased. Dr. Itciijiiinin It. Taylor the Citizens of 1'lorida : (let. l 12, f>. f Feb lE 89 if MRs. M. A.
CHARLOTTE DAVIS.) FFEflS Ins !nrufi'swiunal services to the ritizin for IOS-SP For Sal or to Kent
MIS-
O of all clamiH
: : Maj 30.1 840. ? of 'i'ahlahasec and its vicinity. Oflic: IA'ILL Uke charge with the fj-nUK- higii.'-t premium will be paid lor .Notes ofi. p -oa the present fertion d, ( I GIEEftIG.
year Lafayette
____________ al his fjthcr's S by our cilizru- in I the war lliti Rank Sate: of(Jrorgi.i or Angusla, Flori'I subscribers
-- residence the _
on north side of Washington rnpir. fact, j' township; ) situated 4 muss North of Talkhassec { JIIE: respectfully
p Florida Indl.nis; ; ai.c v.-ill, as llifirall: 'da Lit; and Tm.'t Company, Noilb and Soul! of TallalMsee
.Square. on the Georgia Road, which there are'' their trjena
this ir claims r-n
I
: SIX months' after date, we shall apply to the J'allaha.sce, Oih Nov iSr.y (antliori7.fi! to itit as fin other-lOpr.iscrti'c iributul 'hat be i ieretud 'j Carolina; l.itilvs, or drafts o"i: Northern Cities, iiiiiiiiicdato I about 80 acres of cultivated Land, well fenced in. public generally, that the, have
before Cuiijrnsi, or may selves
any apjilitalioii inaJeto
i into
the of Leon
Judge Counly Court, Charles S. Sibley 5 ; ; 1 by law f.r lu<; ndjudu-alion' : of MI< h claims, j IIRRY: : & l\VLINGor: Apply to F.GERARDIN, i i'M'l K-srii.NEEH.se copartnership and fJr the parp
for letters dismishioii as udminiMrators of the PS- ; ,
Those UI.D nriy dp..ir talc of JOHN A.'ILLtT.. defrayed lain ol *aid jlTHUS his profession>>I Un vices as Alton.cy who patronage.!iu the making. constaci
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T'tDIY W1LLKY and! Coun-tllornl Law < 1 S DISSOLUTION. inland iflprosing of al'! kinds ,
county.. i in the collect i' il'itltlits of <-ontaiiiingllio j Oraie ami iinc iNuisery, of road
I VM. G. PONDER, ic.. in Middle I'hmi-i. Ue will I I attend all I j will prepare the rniii| .ip which pnwrr ll.c j l/iuii.t-si attornej'will! beiindurlalki't FOR AMA/J FOR CANII OXLY.A rglllK Co-Pa.-tncrchip heretofore existing between aqueduct*, embankment. &c.and in ,
april 4, \S 0 36 Administrators.Administrator's )he'iiurtsin I th<: MiihleliNtr'ct.! I terms upon _B_ the Subncribers! irs tne Tallahassee ) branches of t1114 vast ScienCe such
Oflic" I in Mnnroc Street! ,in the hui'din formerly ; by iie. XURSLRV.; containing abon' 2WJ; ( Orange[ Mxi-hany, .., !* Ini-t day disst'Iveu| by mutual onint. log of land. ploting.planning and
Notice. ; i\\ .M.ij 'JO13:; i: 3n WM. I'. DUVAL.ITJ"1 ) f WL and Limr Trees of :an iie: I t' bear in 01:0 or Tho business race and estima ,
ccc Vilsnn will be
p byVrm. as a Hook $tsr.'Iatllalisei : clostl by J. (;. \ViI- otcfr.. canal, dec, ??
1 SIX mouths after date I shall apply' to the Jud.jp .\l a v 1 l-2ih I 1 l-v5S.:; -10-tf 1 1 b': Flor'ulj Star.QiiIncy t ( Srnl.iic1: f3l.Joj.epIiTini''s S two ynr-i niltr tinpl.mtin: <;:. Tbc 1 Trees vvero r hamswho is duly authorized lo settle I ihe came. practical principles. seiestjj

1. the County Court of Jefferson County, fur I'i ii-.i<-i
; .a final settlement and discharge fioin, the Adminiilratorsbip )jvs.v) LKKH ; u-Uiie, will in.ert tb a.o\c! tor thtce month*, end thriving r<>:i''iti' _
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SOLOMON A .''t '. -. rc.V if adbercJ t to, will! insure thorn .sifttv'Ki a -- -
I HOWARD, deceased. TTORXE y A T L. \ \11', $ O. and forward liieir accounts tu me rimovnl -
BENJAMIN BARRO.V WILL \ P. 1). a lid l tranxphntin! Apr !y to Lnwiloasyy \V.luctiomcr Co|>arliirrsii! |>. !
practice in the Courts of the Middle District) '
Jan 11, 1840 2:1: Adnnnir.tr.ilor.Administrators' of Florida //is oifirc is ) / ) Tul3a! | U-p, or: Wai. MeIT rn I'K subseribyr-f Imvo this day formed a er- By Lolcrt Raymond Reid, Catena,
first '
ln the
'it
rii>m ta ri W. S<'A5.i.S: J4. f
I> A. I
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at L-nn
----- r. N.t c 1 l'ot: Leon. partntr-hip lii'r! thc> name j ,
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: Notice. over J B. flull'storein Tallali.isstevhere lie may) i TIT: Rf>.M iWll. < '.in.line, prCM-nl< bit.isolf l Ii) \\\f\ of Miller, \ Rowb-s, to i.nrv; :>n (the STORAGE! -7I11r.EAs:

always he found. j I .H. pali'in.i i of tin- ill Itaiit'! a itt ot Tal.aha I u : HO'fLL. &: (:uMM ISl'' 'N 1 ,I'VI.e '. rnae
ALL persons indebted l i informiii2ns
deceased Leon county, are heicby. r, : U\M>OL i i [ vicuuly, prar'iru liberty ( y large u.ui jinmo'Ic us warehouse! I I tyof on Daonfined 1Iout! .
; notified to nuke immediate payment and all those AVING located hnnsrl! in Tallah-issec! o'. !ii Jiiehes of'ho profi" -ioii. A n-jrular j r-iduation, frundii auJ t! K pubiic fjpucrally, that he I f-Jr ti! -.tixrage i.f mer. !..,.ni.'i7 an-I cot'on ; and !!| w in the i Leon
;
having demand* will present them to the subscribe fcrs Jiis j>iofek>ioHal services to th* puhlir. j aiid tbo exj.erienco of iwchu y Mr,' pr.ict.i t:. are I ha* piirehascd the lliuse lately! known a.-1 Ihoj j hope, by t'rict atti-i.tion, and prorn-lnc s in the cliare .,f Rape, haM nsad jail if iaim said

4 n,, duly attested, for celilcmc-nl. Ho it to be fourd' nt the office of Dr. J. II. 1an- lmit rneoiniiieiiddtioiix fioiifiienci': I 1'ers.uns icimh "FLORIDA HOrSK/'Quincy: which under his i; cxvtution of orders i-> give stIl.1rtin to all who and is cuw at L escape Iron,.aj4 jj,

e ESTHER B. ROSE d'lltili, on Monroe Sti-t Ct. i! (| ; Mirgif.il a l-tln( t and tho i- ull". rm:. iin- "ipiTinlcnd.inrft, Juts underg'mc thorough repiirf.I ;. j may cut,ti.t bii'-ine-.a to t1.is c.nre.OF.O. Now know re, ;
DCVAUN.Adm'r., A.Im'x.J.T. May2C -12TUP. I I IIav tier ch'oinc' amid protracted cli! .easo, \\ould \\e\l\I and ininch ho is now ready lo receive and enter* ;:t :.Iu.r.in; Governor. of yr, that I, ROBERT KA )(OJW i;
his sk'll. j tain, to the beslof IIM ability all who Refer to Fl.-ri'J.i, by virtue of the
: March 21. 1840. 34Marshals' to tp-l ) may favci JOHN J. Ro\vL}: vested in
OI( C. t ;Lf-: Oliie" 'm Pen'acoU street, N. 31, Ua'p- him with their patronage. ?sIe'r..Helton & Vi1us'r!i '1'aih.fia.se me by law, rfo hereby offer a rewind -
;
Sale.BY Co-purli.i-rship. I': DUVAL lathrrto and existing hclwcrn incnl Story, Bririi Building, Adeli'ii| 11oUs-e I I formerly To those' who Know him, he deems il unnecessry Berry A. Dn Irng, Two hundred Dollars
\Vjtf. 11. UUOCKIIMBROUGH
( S City Hotel to make pronnne.4 with regard lw the Po.t Lpor Feb."l I, 1 l40 for( the apprtliPHM-n of the
;. virtue of fi. fa. issued out of Leon SuperiorCourt has been this dissolved manner ii r. 31_ said fu .m--,
on the Iwenty-fimtday of May, 1C40 I, nien, t. day by mutual april .1, 1-li) :3/J;/ which the Ilouf-c will be kept. Tu all others, IIP safe Hpbvffrv tn ti.n ,icl..l.. .E.l__ ; '
p against the and chattel) has only to say cat! and judge for yourselves Valuable innrts Ior Sale. .'ulicer of the; Territory of f lorida '1
slaves laiuN ac1'an
goods *, am LiI WM. H. IJROCKr-\\niOTU{ ; will continue to For Sale Kent auibj
or V illE subscriber
tir.d linn Laving a irrcater take
you t-o peak ol him. quantity of charge of Jam.
of Archer and
tenement* Hugh others, directed at reside at Apalachicolpfiaud) in the A HOTK ,
practice pala- Thccommoiiioiii* stand as a land than is ic irab'e fir dm
i the suit Jonathan Gaiildinjr I have tin* day Ic- chiciila I Di.itrict. d the ISAAC NATHANS. own cultivation The said BILL, alias JACK, isabeut fin&
ai County of Leon, and Ihcj : at ST. MARKS, recently occupied b aujiey.A1ini13 ti fler for sale thre' \anit.i! ( : pr.ntatiuiM! -nne.fcit f high has
1.
large thrn
vied ; ,
the Stram Mill
situated in eyes
on the vissge
Co'iniyof a
Cunrt of scar
AppeaN rcijnlariy and in J ofleri and i i U im rtecinj
ftn I I S : thsuh'pnber. os klt.Il JJIVPII stated on Black Creek, alio-it thirteen
Fiz'. Leon, and appurlcnuncps lher<*lii, and sha'l' .ti tho ( .iddi'i hfK-ciallv <*tii|)! )ved. I I I mediately. Apply lo the undersignp-d, ( I11tOItNAMEN'I'AL from Tallaha.< miles cast from a cut on hi* chest, his wrists deeply steU
,
t ; t 7th of next the Court ; hundred by Land.euiraii. one ear pierced far
Jay July at House in Talla.hassce 'lalI.ihiaise. \ov.20Hi. i a ring,
__ 11t. or to Win. M\Naught PAINTING GLAZING acres COO of which alup
i' ;, between the log! hour, proceed to t-cll, j are in a Iifffh itatc of cultivation sear on his left .ctr jnsl below the knee ; bis
t.t the interest of t: o said Hugh Archer in tho mid LEGAL NOTICE. I Feb. o. F. GEI \DIN. j and Paper Ilaimin;. the residue mostly rich hammock land, with ratl.er Ii'gFit, and hair very short ; his 1efh -

1' 4 Steam Mill, to the highest bidder for specie to Thomas Balizel! and Walker! Anderron Attor I fTlIIE| undersigned most respectfully informs tho all the necessary farm houses and outbuildings! somewhat stiff which causes a limp in his sk-'
. A.\ OIIDINANCEJTo i:
satisfy fcajd writ according lo law. noys al La v. will practice in copartner-hip in tin Ji. citizens of Tallahassee and vicinity, that he the croj. raided upon Ibis plantation! h.ivp not been GIVES under my band, and

';:: $ : S II. DUVAL, Marshal, Superior Courts of thin Counties of .I..rnrsovi1' Leon prohibit the rllin of spirituous liquors to )is prcpircd lo execute, in the neatest manner any kurpassed by any in the country. Another, about the Territory Ibis twelvId
Gudfden Franklin, Calhoun s'.avus' free negrocd and inulatoes, willi n tlc! I of the above brandies, nl short notice and the same diManrp (In'ast from
i ; June 3, 1810 46 byMiNO WALKER, I). M and Jackf-on, ati at price* ; hut Ta'.absasec! Marcbcigh.ien' hundred udf.,
in tin court of Appeals nt Tallaharsee.Addr Corporation ot Iho City of Tjllahaser..Sec. which will induce tio-e! wanting( work done to give t :ontainin about 700 acres, of rich oak and hickory 5 at the city of Tallahasiee.1OBEItTIAY5IOfl.

: The sale of the above property i it postponed till ni of f ThomH liallzull, A;>:ilaclncoa.! 1. Be it ordained by the Ii.tcndtiit and I I him a call. Country or.'era promptly attended to. I IIS land ; wilritiOor 70 acres in cultivate n ; and J3J

.. TUESDAY 14lh day of JULY, at iho above Address \Valkcr Anderson, Tallahassee. Council of the City of Tallahassee, That t from anJ I I B. Paints of all coiors rend} prepared, and ,' another in Hamilton count}', aluit ten niilei- from By the Guvernir.

,t lime and place. MINOR WALKER, D. M. June 15, 1K39.-t!:> tfCABI.IT after the passage of this Ordinanre it shall not be mixed fjr U-P. T. li. CLARKE j the Suwannee Springs, containing nbont 'JOOO J. M'CANTS, Secretary of Florida
1. June 13 4G For S. H. Duval, Manila) ----- --- -: .IIAKIAG.- -- -- ------------ 11 I aw fnl fur any iiorson within the ltmil of t'ti City, Fi-b 15 i: 21)t _IfIILI.IS_ acres'a small earL in cullivatir,. with farm liouge march 21 34Watches

k lo hell any spirituous !iquott t> or lnm (nnnk, in r----- --- | '&.c. 1 his land is of stipiriur quaIl y for the cul-

4 ; : Marshal's Sale. ____4-; ::;..:;t-_. TI fur I L subscriber thankful less quantities than a quirt, t< any slave, freK ne. Vegetable l't.l iuoiu'ry fialsaui, ,;1 tore of sea island cot t.r,. Jewelry* *e.

:p. f, BY virtue of two write of fi. fa. issued out of r----. : _. ._. _._ informs p.ist; favour the citizens Respeclifnlly of- groo or mulatto, without a written penm-Mon The reputation of which, has become eta Untied ax t Also a tract of -100 acres, at thnntnral bridge rulE Sub'cribcr tat

: the Suprrior Court jf Leon County, in S Talldliisvee and from their ownir, guardian or cmpl}er of such the most safe and efficacious remedy on the Si. Mark", about 1 1 miles snulii cast of Tal- JL hand a very uauJjetM M

: r which Jacob Smith. Brc-e & Jones, and Daniel L. 1he continue vicinity thai i-l.ivp, frep ncjr! or mulatto for each and every I c\er discovered for I iaha !f Wal li8s/r

-. k ilicbardron are plaintiff and Hugh Archer i* dclendant 1 Cabinet Making* to carry biMncFS on the in sale K ni-idp, under the ponilty of being fined not Influenza, Cough", C01J4, Asthma, Whooping j'j1Coii upon il there H also a fine mill eat, \vilh greater plry, Pitted Ware, &hw-

.: 1 have levied upon, and shall toll at public all its at the: old bland excecdiii2 fitly dollars, arid not Ic?* than twenty, h. Spitting of Blood, and all affections. of i''water power than any in Middle Fhsridit. Spoon;, Cutlery, Stc, waid

sale, on TUESDAY ihp 14th of JULY nojtt, in of Dl<"!variety* and Riholds fivp do'lars, t'fie-lialf to the Informant, and the the Lungs. j These lands will be sIJ HI moderate prices, ami bp offers for sale on bis ami

t front of the court Itouoe in Tallahassee, during leal Col. opposite lhcr half for the use of the Corpora'i'in. N presenting thin n cf'il remedy to the public, ;! 'reasonable crcdils, and if de-.ir.ibip! ,, th : purchaser ferms. Ho will receive
Wyatt's Store where be is
: hours on said the paid defendant's Sec.2.Aud be it furlhpf ordained but' ilrhal! be the jean hare Union Bank Stuck
day, interest will b 13 hippy to receive orders from his friends and pr'ptictorisautlionised by a Physician from upon a j part of the supplies during the wiat.,. ;
t a. in ths Steam Mill tualcd in the rounly of Leon, ( Si'leboirJs Bureau's and furnilureof I the duly of i the City Marsbalif! lie shah have <;.>"dca whom the recipe was confidentially obtained, to 1 purchase. W jiiiADEX. WATCH REPA1RLNG
-.uWicgcncratly.
t p and the appurtenances thereto. Levied upon as desenjilion, made in a fashionable and- .ue to .*-u
the property of raid defendant, and to l be sold to Kubslantial every and on ro.tsouahle terms and retailer of the City.to reporl; lln JBIHO lo IbtiIntendint si% (,practice in Pulmonary urn lions vilh a toiielTcct. Leather,_f.iiuc, and Hair. ** as at any shop i in the Southern cenntry. "
) satisfy said writs accoidmq to law. manner ( and the City Council, who hall.al their islitug The Jaist
!& ; he hope b strict altpnlion lo business to merit hippy <-ombinali rn of vpget- y |)UK Subicnbers have iistanily on hand a FREDERICKTOWLg.
_
)
)! ft; S. H. DUVAL, Martbal, and receive a liberal share oflhe palrona tif tI.onut. ditcrclinn, have fi.il power to cau.o thin license of I bin sn'j. tances, ot wiucii it is pnlncly composed, j-\ comp'ete' assortment LKATH KR.: oit
t June 13 40 By M. WALKER, D. AI. .! shy mirli retailer to bo forfeited.and to prevent the ] are peculiarly adapted lo diseases of the Lungs for Gin Bands, //anmss, C.irri.i Toj.s, B >o's antI l iir: Subscriber ha just received
granhin of other license lo M.th pprsort iorh Liver, and htomach.nif ,. &c. Also I aodltlin
Shoes
: J\COD RLESP. }; any a constant supply! nt LIMK, and for sale low for
rash Gentlemen's
.- Middle District of Florida sii Jengih of lime as seem lo ll.cni fit and liiis ditino has (, used HAIR fur Plasiernll fine Hivpr
may ren veiy extensively, : f-1 wbn-b, olEir
; N. B. All kinds furnituni rcj.aircd on reason ts.ey .nd Ru<'it Far lists Gentlemen! V.iWnyt
LEON COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT.lit able! tertn I proper. and the proprietor has not ksion ii a rin Ir- instance low l f.rcasior! ir c.x--bTH"c (fr hiile'.nt ilielr; Tan Caps, Trnnkp ,
P3d in Council April 21Kh 1310L. in winch it bis failed in Yard. BROWN Travelling do. BaziT nn
[ rc-h'-f in &
CIUVCERT-] I giving disruses
Talahssse% Fept. 7lh. 1833-If ling Valeeses! anti .
Inteiduit.Attest GALBRAiTH.Ntf a gof> a'sorlrne n Cloth Cu
: A.THOMIVSO.N'. for \\hieli! it is TaUahassccAn'Ii i, ;
rrci'inmendcd in
Between Ricrur.D CKOOM even fa MS a *
Complainant; and HF.NPJETTI NOTICE. I ; [> iiitieirij reidy nude Clotbiu*.
SMITH -JAMES BARRY Clerk. proaetiim to consumption, attended with bleedlpjf!
ELIZABETH M. A R in STEAD JOHN Notice to Cotton L CAELT0.
fVlIIE Citizens of Tallahaurp Planters.
are requehted to
forjtiie LIMITS ami where
B. CARROLL, and other,*', Defendants. JVotiec. I all other remedies had JAMES: BOAT" TaIatassoc.! \v. 22IVofice.1&
JL clear up and keep their lots and back yards | failed,ihe decided lUG llT' IMPROVIID: COTTON .
-.; Cro Bill filed loek of m sl and tlnllering success has
s
I 11th December soM their
1839CPON clear of filth and rubbish. Tho Corporation Carts THE ', having ullcnded ili II'.P. Common PAW (;INS.
opening the matter to the tn M. SWUM, hre' request all pers c.ld'} which are g ne TAKE this method of .
Honorable round-the /
p will go City >//Vdnck 13ALcflJudgc of raid Court, nt Chain days, and it i js tequostrd! that all litter Mid rubbish ..11* indebted to them, to call and cclllc tin anie, yield in its influence pr rpiration, will! ters that I have cMal>'i>h< ml! a shoe pi tlmnry. THE STEWART

a i bets, this 12th day of May, 1C40, by C. S. Siblfy ho collected and !feptn.itt-i1 on the street, early on by cash cr nole, iitiuipciialely, or (lie .ainc will be Afclhina, I IIoarsenes>,in\\a liec/.m,few bourn.', Rlul; when s.'iorlr.e-!' used in [ |for the purpose of furni .hinjr them with the above dissolved by the death of the 4BARNARD smioi parncr,.bait, all
t and L.A. Thompson. Solaiiorg and (,Counsel for the morning of tliosu and lodged with an attorney for collection. ; articles, made on the last improvement. .
Th
other im- '
day on no days in breath, it Drives immrdiate relief, prorurniir pcr? n' indcpteJ to the finr are required: to asks
b.t SWA1M & CO. tranquil
|hc complainant in Kid cross bill, it appearing that the week, The warm weather inting ret in, th I P. II. rcat and SICt.' ,,. Inv hooping it is pr.-vemonl n in the rib? whuh ne.r out fir t. imrnfdiatP ettirrent, and all having claim vii
t1, f.lift Fobpccna issued against said Henrittla Smith, propriety) of Mich an arrangement. is manifol to al! St. arks april .1 1, 1C10 36 3m 11 rival. Il "pcialet. by gentlB; cnugh.ctoration without, and j When the ribs wear out at the pine Hherethe please present the same.
tr Elizabeth M. Armi&tead, and John B. Carroll, defendants who have for the health cxp j teeth pass through a new net be .
.' regard of the city and it I STAGE: LINK may be given to inlanls with pcrJl-ct ba!>tv. can obtained in i: BXRN.X RD.Jr. SormFng Partner.

:I Marshal of above caid named Diflrict, has been returned by the I i is hojvd that the citizen) generally will complywith From Columbus, (*a.t to Apalachicola, Fla. For sale by RANDOLl'H &. LEWIS.2G I five minutes, by simply sliding the breast a quarter Tallahassee!! July 14, 1C39.: 49 tf
not served, said Defendents the above regulation.By jan 2 n an men, anu puiiin a v.euIItl nnucr cacti side ol
above named residing out of the Jurisdiction order of the City Council. Four 1Ioise4l'ot; Coaclics. the Gins, which: will give a new set of ribs as wood niches, Jewelry, Silver Ware *e.D .

F. of this Court, and it further appearing by affidavit A.E.: IMHRIS.4apiil .tIEi1'i&J lIO'I'JL. as the first, and *o on, until they are worn out in' AUSTIN,Jr,4CO.
t a le thetatikfaclion of the Court, that the said de j JS 33 City Marshal.JAMKS T fltidetjgnt.d buing purchased from C.cn. live or six places.I S have removed he tbs
p JTcndants above named reside out of this Territory THOMAS BRowN, thai well known e.tal.himcnl I tvil I keep conM.tntly on hand Friction store formerly occupied IT
': t and in the State of New York, or in the Stats of : B.GAMBLI-: his brother :GRAT- called! the City Hotel I ), in the city of Talla. Gins and Box GUIS', which I watrant to fjo r 5 V. WniHWyaU..Cowbertthey

d ISoilh Carolina; // is Ordtrrd by the Court, that ; GAMBLE have this day associated inbuRinci Via Florence, ForlCaines, BlaZe!,,,I'orie r'sand ha&cvf, hive opened the iiuiio under the title ol every rc-pccl, or nn.-ale. .My! price for please Friction in are now openings leia-
,:J r **, At tho old stand GAMCT.C under the Adelpbi Hotel. -
the said defendants Henri'tu & REID, They
Smith are now
Elizabeth Ilroicn's Ferries, (*a., and Irvinton, making important Roller Gin is $ I p-r ,a" ; ai.d'for, the Box Gin tiful 5ortnicnt of articfef
; i' ; and John the name and style of J\XK B. GAHBI.F. & Co. improvement and $3 .
g i AI. Armiflcad, B. Carroll!, do appear and Ma.ONLY. repairs aid will have by the per saw. Persons wishing tu buy Gins for their their line, such as
Cross Bill! They ask the same liberal share of public ensuing fall!! an e'ttiinic'
answer said on or before Monday the pitrona Brick Building erected next would do Golt! Ckt-
'. Lestuvved i 3O HOURS travel crop m-l I; to call and examine; these Lever, Auchor,
Stage from the
4 the late Colinn-
firm.JAMKS
fifth.day October. IB 10, or that said Cross on on properly, u hereby they will be able to acj Gin"
Bill All onkrs will be der and Virgo "Watches Diamond.On
attended to with ; Rings, as
; New Orloaim
tt be B. GAM1JLF., tu in spb-ndid Ccarhrs, j jn coiiiinodatn prompt-
taken ascon1e'sedsgaiii&t them .stringers this in
; a ccrli/ied/ visiimg county a nesi. Garnate.. Diamans,
copy nlevrl yx, Ruby, ; Bruarbe- a'
beautiful
and
J.GUATTAN : road along the banks
GAMIJLK. tilho
I of this Order being published by complainant woekly hatisficlory niinner. Tho 1'ublic depend Old G.IS: &e.CoUFilligree
: Jan 4 18-10 Clutlaliiiorhce River. may repaired al the shortest notice, and in Mosaic, Cameo ; Enamelled painting.
until that day in the "KJondian." a 22 upon evpry allentiun to ihpir rumfortM. tiio hff : K\y\e.\ Work, Ear and PinsSilrerWait.
newspaper
-- ---- flings
DAYS OF)L I DEPARTURE-i:
published st Tallahassee, and proof thereof filed IrIrlm Columbuy, josr.rii CROSKKV! I refer the planUr lo Mr. R. L. Edmonds such as Tea Sets,Table and Desert Forks; dpOSU.
ii7\rS received on i T-icsdays and at of
with tli Clcik wfihjs Court. a KU.N M by the Schooner I'nd.ii 5. DAVID F. WILSON.
S JL ((5; 'I t lirk. :%. M.F.o.n .1'.dIa1iii..ii Ciuin-y, for information as regards these Gins Cups, Silver Plated Candle Sticks, Cake B1IkeP l
A true copy. Tcsi: Joseph llankey, from IJultimore, are HOW ready ', A;>r 11 I 3d, 1 1H10.t 3 or
II. \VELLFORD; JbrfJchvery on tIme paymentoflhe toJunc2ii : (riialla.'iooulier, on th. jcmie; da vs and 5im<- any planter from South C.romi! who basiled Castor, Tea Set. Coffee Um. and Spoon; Catlejy -
BHWP. Apply 1 lime i afler I lie ainvalof iit I'or"7al"oi them. \v. Gnn and Pistols, Canes Astral LampsMu-
f i 1 15..l l BoalfiomApalaehicola : 1 C.COOPER.tlat ,
T.ll
1Ctli. HL'TTO.V.
It40. 42 l&tbO Cleik. ': two Horce
may : ; via I loU.and nieelmgat I Fort Canvv. ON' Sulky Wa-on. 14 33 IfI.eoii tte Clciclcs. Fancy Goo.;s, Jtc.Alirf .
Snpcrior Court for Leon a Seed Peas for Sale. P.TMJIIS dcMroiiR of going frji7 Coluinbiif, Ga. o one Horse do do-with liatnesi, i ;t.. -------------------- which they i ivite their fiiends aniU' >
County hie. Academy.7ru .
ftovr-MBr.it. TERM: 1640.Jonn .L LOT of Red and White Crowdo Pea*, and I to New Orleans wll find, I this by f.ir I lh' < Iicapst WM. II. FRA.NCF.So TI 11W lciof Leon public to call and exam inc.
lmhm:
: Coi'o IVa*, for i>al<%. Apply loJOSEPH -Mid iiioi-t : 18 Academy announce to Nice watch attended to-
BRANCH vt. WILLIAM CRAWFORD jr., & TIIOMAS cxprilitinui, QM well a< the safest and -- 0L. the Public, that they have repairing personally
CARBON trading, &c., under lite firm and F.l 1IARLKY: ; ino-t ronif.irfibJri wnv, af i n inter---! t lie grrat CAKLTON, %fIry-rr.rarid Dr.MooRE to take enjpjrod of7heMae Mr. Dec 21 20
4 stylo of Wm. Crawford jr. Ac Carson. Al bis I'ljtiutioii iii the Duttii xc'.llemciit. lrun-wi! and Fiotidu Line ;a ii t (ririttaboot !:i-e, iIIe..cI&iii Tailor. I 1 Dejiurlmenlof the St-hool charge !
April 23. U-M.; V'rAIXTS just' established: by them Lands for Sale.
Attachment $l,3I8.3l-laIiages| $3,0'' 0.00. inakini a travel of but 34)) bourn by .s aims I tl.' ugilh respoi'ttui infuriii the citi/-iisof HI tins

flM' UE dcfcndanu, and all ot'icrH intvrchted! are <>ILS, Ar. I %vli riU he. Time Ii ian Culiiiubun i to M i7r, WOl'LD .- and its vicinity, that bcliaxrelurtud The Sihool cily. will on Monday PURSUANT to previous notice, the Apsis.sad 1
open nstin talC
hereby notified of the 2500: hiss \\ liii lA-ad i> oil .> houi. the old Company now otTer l for
institution of t-aid t i in krg4 of I 100( Ib- t ftoni Nuw York vxitha I fu>*li of Melliudixt Met-tm Iloiiso.I In this
suit, by attachment returnable to the Term afore, *mid .ri ibis e.ich-Linseed iii, Sjil. 'Turpi-nliiu-, For I rrcprietotP, Clnib- (,'a>--iin: re.s and Vcbtm, ot" the supply CRtabli! >b Arademres tbo 'ho new attempt to entry the following Pine Lands in Leon County.
ncnc.tf : in City, Trustees In 7, 11,
said ; and are required lo appear, and pli'.ad to thu Drufhcf, &p, and Window (iljxsofvjri;>,u<. ize.s. WILLIAM f\ni. 13 i<, and I tlii) lin! ->t lubru-, >\mli! he -tiy aitmt'.1 I to tb and carne Ton C South-Ranee I East, sections
declaration filed in raid cane, an the law directs. For sale by ('hatt.nhuo.-h-r, January 'I 0, lSo.J7: if tbnsir lint i'ii II on bun to have made pleiiu'-s to tln-ir fellow citizen* pride, invoke the aid of I 18,19,23 I 25, 26, ::34. 35, 36-and fractious il5sOT Min

may 16 42 3m JO. URAXCH.! All. for Pl'ff. R.7NDOLPH & LKWLS.: fi>iiion. Tn pe! IM.tlir. ay and fastidious up in ilioiifut.il i!hin: Acadcmifii are: boy liberally lri.t kupponcd t. that while elsewhere flour- In sections Town 5,Southrange 6. (8, 9.10, 14 1,East 15, 17 sectionsL.and 34. *...
April27 16..9ELJEY1"S
;:aif i: :'. !-Io'1.iu'de s the IJzua'i 1.sI. I ln Silt.M-jibi-r has employed J R.K.i Pilgrim, who nronnd them, the iniiabitanti of t.e Capitol! *Jbd
.superior Court for Leon CountyS .. .f ul.ri! s. will lu-s iindiuded of the 5, 8, 11,12,13 1 14, 15, 22, 2l, 2 and frictions
COILS CUU i:. '"I 1 S i.fjive: alU-lini' : to [ilac ('mit Territory w:5I:! beni-p forwaid tnnnifest
NOVEMBER TERM, Iti40.UWARB \'j M' l''i'f'wiii aiiH'iidmriil, i tu I the r'r' ,.I II Iet.urtiiieuit. hug a more do- 10.
; I CaADroao r:. WILLIAM CRAwrono jr., I) It. KLLIOTS l'J.JtiTiRhisi.einus.-l: ihI h !\ u. I the I lliiKiti I lUnk iif!'Fjornla. tt-ill |li-i. ji /", t f.r Ta.l.ili.i-iOil.I. vole.1 interest, in cherishing their own city msti- In Ti.wn 2 South, rang.2EastsectiOU5$0
COth
t and TUOMAS CAamn, trading, &c., under the uncommon MieccftS : Anil ubcuvrr it jlias. a mid alter I Hi.r.tli( May next. I tution-<. 3L and fractions of ID. 2i) slId 32.

firm and atyle t Wm. Cmwlbrd jr. .t Canton. been introduced, lia i siipfis lnl the use of other 'In net tiiamrnd an net, rnlili*-! tin net i Innin.rpor 4 Aolicc.: Too 1rtiPilJStC year wi'.lbc divided lot,> four In Town 3 South, range 2 East-sections ',

Attachment $2.5al-.IJ.iuia es 500000. remedies fur the cute of (Joins. ..t le tins! hulxfrib'TH to tin* I rum !5aiK: of V'luri- .-.. t.5. I .Y. pi-roiis i.i.l.-btid L.a C;p ORK \IV. Hm: >4-sion.t of eleven weeks each: soul the foltowinv and fraclions of 5, C, 1 IS and 29.

THE: defendants, and all other interfiled, arc A few application t *, willentiflv I I i-v move thclur -i| da." are i iq n,.>:i-d lorall( on is:. Ii.l JlAC'SvLF.V J I rates of tuilum Iiwei!, lo b.> paid in advance to In Town I South, range 1 Weil_sections SJ,*

.4 notified of the inktitulioii of xaid ett Puce corns.10, and prcvrnl I'nitli'T pjin. i Hoc. 1. lu it enact vu by I Ibc Govt-rnor and I lroi j>. a mud sHl!,. I the.r. a.-iM.s, by ,|ii.. ly|Ii, of April. Tru-nri-r' of the R.nril ot"| ruflcc 31, 32;33, 34 and fractions of 19,20,27,28, 35 "
I suit by attachment returnable rent per box, with .Jn-frtioiis for tis. blivf I i Coiiiu-ilof tin 'I'.m of All omits net Orllio raji.'iv ntnl Rcirfirt A
tu the term uforc- For teulcin Tallahasseo ; r itiiry Flmida i Tint"if paid by I that I lim- will b, ,Pt nl"
said; and are required to appear, an! plead to the RANDOLPh, nl I lie Dru Siori* of any lekholdi-r) who linn brrf oforr, or nuy li re- (.* W.OKAXT.KIKKMAN Tlio HI O\R with Untniir and Arilbmclic lo OO.Tho whole of Town 2 South, range 1 Wes eltept -

: 'declaration_ fifed in said case, as tlio law directs. May 18th. 1q36. &. LKWIS. "Her obtain a lo.i im upon t tlio! drtIgi! ; ; iii t.t4,, a, mmaareli l C5-l The above, \vuii Uramniar and Gvujraphy, and sections .CG,35 and 36. i

1 may 16 42 3m JO. BRANCH, Alt for PJ'ff. __ 41subscriber -: i.. .. in the Iwer.ty-nrith Koclion of lint History, jn I 4u 1 81.25 to J.30 per acre in current bills oft'!

__ art,tie which this is an amendmentdull I I I no-lret! t liifiiiw ii ; AI1ltN4L'l LV. IIANX\. The ab .vp, with! Greek and Latin, and General Territory.

superior court ior Leon county-t. rIflE have this day entered into or pay uj> hiji stock note, for( tb. (tpae"p i4"J() COninaissiusi Ileicjiiii&s.A'e Literature, 15 These LanUo9Ti r advantages for pasture ranf

AOVEMIER TERM, 1840. / as peneial Ciisim1iissio1: and lor- dayN afler the namo t-lull havf beromo due, thin ii' Orli-ttns. i'rcneli-ex I ra eh irgo .->f I jij cultivation and superior Timber.

JOUH BRANCH, Administrator of all and ingua! warding inert-hints, under the Myc| if MuNaui-l shares so pledged hal! bo forfeited to time bank! and Refer In R. K. Cail. and I Htnry Bond. By order of the Trustees. Cash payments will bo required for half s tiei*

-' tho gojds, chattels, righu, anJ credit, oJames. Ormond.1' WM. McMAUUHT. any prrmiiui hut may be received from the snie Jnn. 1? lisw.:: S A.Jf.GATLIN. and smaller fractions of sections. AH pureIa1U(*

: Branch, deceased. vi. %WU.UA CRAW JAMKS ORA10ND.orl thereof bhall accrue and h<* JJ-J to tlm surplus AN: ORDINAXCK niftrch4,1fl40 33Tweiit over thee may be made on the usual terms of W*

9 jrew jrn and TBOKAS CARSOW, trading, &c., Leon Jan 20. 1040 26 prufiirt .4 tIn Uank.Ser. I o prohibit -rehanlii and Shopkeeper* from ) Dollars Ke\vard. Company; tlm' is, 1.4th in cash,and 1,2 aad3jta'

tmder h firm and atylo of Wm. Crawtor1jr.ssiso ._.- Stave cbaJTiiiIW.i11i1.iediRt cfltcred 2. lie it further enacted, Thai il sloth |lie the opi-n their Stores Alit! Shops on tIe Sabbaths keip.jug STOLEN front the Subscriber on the 17th of the fur payment oflhe other 3-4ihs. .
cooo.: ::1. under the lirni of .7. n. into partnership duly oflhe board of director*, when any shnrv may days.Sec. instant%, a SMALL MOUSE COL Lands in Gadsdrn and Leon soitabM eielnslrwr

I pr-- "--. '--- olhers interested, are wiirarry on.the businessof' MEitCiiit4. iiiti, bo forfeited us aforesaid, to proceed t itt nH| tin) name 1. Be it ordained, by the Intenda.it OURED "HORSE MULE about five years old for cultivation, will also 1 b* sold as ajuaF,op *

,> .bqreb/ notified of the institution of the aaid !.i.OI.tsi,, Loth in tins place and the city of s.? cwUJi uipublic l"lt lioukuin outcry ibucl.h tbo.highest' bidderbefore tho bank Common Council of the City of Tallahassee and, Tho said Mulo tess taken oil by a negro fellow cation to John Caruochan, Esq. at ApsIscbsUs
r' b7&UhtUCfl fvturnsble lo the Term afore t %. Arrnngcmenis oave u ecn muilc Ior a > 1'Mlldllltst'e i.finr iriviii., ten That it shall not bo lawful for merchant who calls hiuuclf William Rose, aid says his ma. the SuhgrriPmer; .n,! c.nl.r. will be nnkrttd tit

.- .. .i &ad an requiredI to uppear and plead to the and full supply of Cloths, Cas-.in.ereK. Vu contont hays tiwiiiu in Tallahaj-nco, by publication! in all the pspurs ptbImbrd shopkeeper to keep open their Moro any or whops for or let lives in UiiIlocK County, Ucorgia; tarries with purchase of their seltleononls; provided U>.y E"

deohueuon: Win said cia., as the, ,Iar direct. Irzs, etc. and la large utonmcnt of R.-ady Made and the of (Ito time arid place of vale; the transaction of hiikiney.i on tfio, abballi him a pass for twelve months to hire himself is their arrangements within a suitable'*.'

S ,m*yI6 4t3m JO.JJRANCIJAtt.forplf I lolhinr, and thy are now ,epred to accommo. ficcule lo purchaser the shall, within ten days thereaf under lh penally! of being fined not days. | Watoncr, and rays he has a wagon and team ef Former perchascrs from Compaay wbd Ut
bank
.3uperI l ktu their entionirra and the public. ,-? auy article, to the bonds and mortgages ir. twenty dollars and not less than ten dolluis exceeding for his own, which is all a lie; the said fellow has a in arrears with their,payment*, are respeetAurquested

$ r Court (or Leon County..... JM foi-ip thmliae. One of the partners, Mr. ceni-ary to the tonnlituto him a stuckholdcr, amid bo each and every such oill-ncc, to he recoveicd by scar over one of his eyes, appears to have been cut ti settle with the Subscriber erwit **<

-'aI Novuqrr Tu.ii, 11140. Wide, residing u, New York, will cnnHc them to object bo mime rule, iegnl.ilion, nnd fe lr1clion.and warrant before the InlendaVt, one half t0 (iho jn.lormanl with n knife, and another between lila thumb ;od Carnochao during the season. S

VPUJAMPA.. nd C&u r. Wuz.uaa CWORD execute all order promptly ond an the' nio4 rca and iminunilic; entitled lo the saint rijhu, priv/lrj,n, and the other half to be paid into the lure finger also cut with a kiilfe; which hand rot : J.l3.IROW 4

:$ T.o.u Cwui, trading, Ate., nndor h. sonablMcrnis. .1. 13. BULL, stockholder *, as arc (fUiiranteed to an ori unl treasury of said thy.SCP. recollected. Any person taking i he said Negro and Agent Apalaebicela Land Cmj'1 -
riws.a4 (
myl. bf Win. Criiwh'djr. Csro S IIENItY WADE, of tlmrrs shall: provided, that the nak and tbrlciluie .2. Bo it further ordaineJ, That all ordirjances Mule, shall receive the above reward-or ten dol!- Office at Mr. E.Barn Mi's,Tallabaasee.

I : MUhWStI.t7U.O1..Da ,. 3ooo.oo, TaIhuliase.Nv. 17.1B38.ALLIGHAN 15 Hen which It not operate to direst the bank of airy and parts of ordinance conflicting with the t lars for either. It is .believed bo will make for ,, jao4 ,22 1.' ._ _

: jiREdS.fldao6ud *.ILt} Iut.rcatd, ira YEGETADLF defaulting stockholder may have had en the property! of tie true inlcut and meaning of this ordinance,. bo and Tbomasvills, Qa, or NownansviUe, E.'Florida. -.tTNVPj- -5,
hut the
Mit,by atLubaIt.terstibl lestiie.uon.10 A. T.u r u.mild ., ,Aa FILLS bound for the Security;of doblhc same hall remain the same ant hereby repealed : and that this ordinaneo 31 Seven inilea! JOHN ISLER, -bt( h.isthbfahtdth pln'lzti6It' 5
any
fo,4. eeILttt and may Owe Ue shall be in full force from and uterus c.2i east o TahIahaaee.S .
U4t13.tP1XC ; pi.4 llIatiDg cure r orthi. diaums. For bank, whether ii payer, endorser or, surely, until pasI'amd z,
ecars.t4oi! JWJ. MM ema7ihlu? t such,' the'Mme saga. --- .. For '
S - 5- 5 shall hare bean fully satisfied. in Council S SaltA about U 1 or'-W yt*r btdL, small ittkE
: .-I., 15 JO. BRANCH, All. tot p1'' ?tANDOL'7T, & LWJ5. JOHN TARKHILL Caihler. 5 ,April 28, 1840. 5 HANDSOME LIGHT BAfeou6HE. whh T>lHd1o t wKtt. beiaeri tb t
.d e Tahlibasew, AptIl 14..aszs. 3 March H, 189.A' 32r THOMFBON.Intendtnt harness cothpl or two'horiw.'by for adr1 t4jigaade1iij.leoid k 1dU1!
Attest-JAMES BARRY, Clerk. Port Leon Feb.8, WM. Mff AUO HT. 'Jun.t7 48. 3T JAMESJ1kU'





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