The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: July 25, 1840
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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the Marshal of the. Middle Districtgreeting : M shall be consistent with
1. THE r
: FLOIMIMI': N tbe convenient location' and echnty of h boiWwgtto ,

,lT H ERE A S wit: on the eleventh { b erected; *
yy day of February. in Iho year of'our Lord Sec/etary of the Treaxory rtaR gnj bpoa Inquiry

f thousand eight hundred and thirty-two, und and examination,that nHaW* rooms for t&. tw of -

onO IDcorporalion "ugraoted by the gis.iative the receiver.gcgaJ at charleSton, can b* rtUinatT

chart"Council or tbo Territory of Florida, to I "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." ; ;in the eustommuM nov owned by t6 'United

flank to be establi.hed in the City of Tallahassee, State at'that place,,, and that secure vaults and
who should become Subscribers to the I I < safes can bo constructed in that building,for .(boifeknAnm.
'tid to Bank ibo,8 their iruccessors and assigns, npon the W\Y &Ulmwmita bS QamILm o A1L1aAWA m b D 1a1r Oi a'ia g ae'l'ERIUTOUY .* nf II.. .nkK .- .U k._ -K.ll

ondilion limitations and restriction provided in causo tuch rooms to be prepared and fitted op, and

& raid Charter, which said Dank was incorporated by OF FLORIDA, ITo } Columbia, shall, as.frcqueutly a. they maybe die !ose, it shall bo the duty of the Secretary or the- snch' vaults and safe to b* constructed 1 ia lb cos-

41 .ho name and style ot tho "CMTRAL BAMC ofUJRIDA the Marshal of the Middle District, reeled by tho Secretary of the TreaJUrYi.r\ (hoth reaaury to procure suitable' rooms for offices for torn house at Charleston, and Bo independent office

: ,"-And whereas also, on the thirteenth greeting : Postmaster General to do, par fllO l I osc officer at their respective leeit'rans.and. CG. s 1 ball be there erected. -

Uy otFebru&tylfl the yea of our Lord one thousand heretofore to wit the i iLBY Treasurer of the United States, al tho Treasury tract for such UM of vaulU nnd safes as may bo ro- Sec. 27. And be it further enacted,That for Jlie

eight hundred and Unity-four, an act was WHEREAS, in the : on of our eighth Lord thereof all moneys collected by 'them or In their I quinxTfSr the tafe-keeping of the public moneys in payment of Uta. expenses aulhorited by l&i* Mt,

'l>a* ed by the Legislative Council of the Territory hundred and year Charter ands; that all lIuchcollector.. and re-ceivon the charge and custody of those officers respectively, therUia lboMB r m before proridcd for.ft foffi- /
f Florida in addition to .jnd amendatory to the' ono eight thirty.t the \\0\ o public moneys within lho' c'.lies: ; of Philadelphia tho expense to bo paid by time' United State. ri cat svrnofiony be/ud the. ian U bareby, approprlaud -

4. (taid charier of i.icorporition-And whereas also, I Ion Councilor of Incorporation the Territory was of granted Florida by to such Legislative and New Orleans, shah :import tho same direction, $oc. 19. And bo it further enacted That from ,' lo be paid cut of any money ir the

: the twelfth day of February, in the year of our should subscribe to the stock of, certain personas Bank pay over to the Treasurers of the Mints in their and after tho.thirtieth day of Juns, which will for., Treasury not btftorwise appropriated.
a I
Lord ono thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven to bo established in the Town of Magnolia, and, respective cities, at |thc said Mints, ail pnblicmoneys in the year one thousand right hundred and forty Sec 28. And VB if furr, enacted! That all aca

: an art was passed by the Governor and Legislative should with tile of said Charter collected by them, or in their hands; and the resolution! of Ct ngre uf the thirtieth day ot or parts of acU which; conw in conflict with the
comply provisions ,
Council of the Territory of Fl ridafurlhcr [ AUTHORITY.] that all such collectors and receiver of provisions of this act ber and .
' : t which said Dank was incorporated by the and public moneys April, in tho year one thousand eight hundred mul ihe earn* are hereby,.
.: sud Charter of incorporalion, a appears by the of''TiiE MERCHANTS PLASTERS'name B. within the cities of New York, Boston,I sixteen, so far as it authorizes the receipt in pay. repealed. -

" original enrollment additional of said and Charier of incorporation acts of- \IAC'1I1Lu-And style ; whereas AND also, on lho twelfth\NK Laws of the United States passed at the First Charleston, and St. Louis, eha.1, upon the same direction ment of the duties, taxci, sales of public lands, Approved, July 4. 1840._. _
and tho said office of the Secretary amendatory oflho Territory day of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand Session of the Twenty. .xth Congress. ,in pay their over to the reeciwrs general of public' JebL and sums of money accruing or becoming COMMUMlCATlOIfi.For- .
record in morey respective citiet, al their offices respectively .! payable to the itnitcd Stales, to be collected and
well u by lho public statutes of the eight hundred :and thirly-lwo, un act %vas all lho :
Florida public collected then
: I I of the Governor and moneys by paid in tho nolca of specie paying bank., shall be
: Territory ofFlo ida,ptinted authority oftheGov.vcrnorand passed by Legislative Council ofthe PUBLIC-NO. 18. o r in their hand, to bo safely kept hy time said re.' so modified that onc-fourih the Floridian.
of Florida as part of all such
Territory ,to amend the said Charter
Legislative Council of the sl\me-And AN ACT to for the collodion .jspcctive depositaries, until otherwise dfopcscd of dutioa I The Next IVo. III.
of l Incorporation- whereas also' tho fifteenth provide safekeeping ] taxes, sales of public lands; debts' and Presidency.-
the Governor andf.cgiblaie on
whereas also.a law was passed by transfer, and disbursement of tho public' according to law; and it shall be the duty of tho "um3 of "
Council oflho) Territory of Florida, on i day of February, in the year of our Lord said Secretary and Poilma&ter General to direct money accruing or becoming due to tho MARTIN VAN BUREN-?Eccc Homo!

4 fourth of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred timid thirty-four, an revenue. I such by the collectors and receivers 1; United States shall bo collected in the legal currency -The Man and his Principle*-Hit De.moeracy .
the day payments at\ of the United
-. tho Be it enacted by the Senate and House of States; and from and after the
by Representatives
hundred and thirty-nine, authoTjMiiT act was passed Legislative Council of the all tho hit vorJct.
thousand ei? aid places, al least as often as once in each thirtieth at manifested by
I of
ole of Florida of the United States America day day June which will he in the
the District Attorneys of said Territory bupplciiicnial to the said (in'I
and requiring j week and as much more frc-qiontly all In of the candidates for the
in cases, as thousand speaking next
year eight hundred and
Chatter of Congress assembled. there shall be forty-one
uto the proceedr Incorporation as appears by the original i- prepared ,
instil in their
legal discretion
they, think
to requisite in their enrollment of said Charter ol Incorporation I anJ provided; within the new Treasury building : may proper. one other fourth-part of all such duties, taxes, Presidency, I intend to present each candidate

: -'s against distucls such banking, fl s mighl; inrorporalion have incurred, forfeitures and said: amendment, and haul supplemental act, of now erecting at the seat of Government suitable I Sec. 10 And bo it further rnacled, That it shall a'ei' tf public l'intls'btl', and sums of money, as the exponent ef the principles of tho
r4 respective a nd>l convenient for the of the bo lawful for the Secretary of the Treasury lolrans-j!I shall be to collected; and that from and after the
ihrircharters by rum mcr, and to record in the office of tho Secretary: of the Territory rooms use Tic.isurcr : from which he receives his
of prosecute of the United State bis fer' Limo moneys in the hmamidsofany depositary here-j 1 thirtieth day of June, which will be in the party support.
assistants and clerk I
.. ciroct so that the said Charters! of Florida, as well as by the public statutes of the and year
And in the absence of evidence
to arising
4. the amo by constituted, to Treasury of the United Stales ono thousand eight hundred positive
sufficient and faro ; and
vaults and ;; forty-two
null and void the Territory of Florida, printed by authority of the secure proof safes, for ono
tiii"Ll be declared in! said thstrict--And by judgments where- Governor and Legislative Council of limo saiae,- tho keeping oflho public moneys in the possession lo the Mini Philadelphia; to Limo Branch Mini al I other fourth part of all such duties, taxes, sales of from the unwillingness of cither of them
:I the Courts : I'
of iCIiarksS.proper Siblry, of the United Stales And whereas also, a law was passed by the Governor and under the imrncdial: conlrol of the said Treasurer New Orleans; or to the office of either of till re- public lands, debts, and sums of money, shall be so to speak' out his sentiments frankly! I shall -

tho Middle Dislrict Attorney of Florida, prosoculing for and Legislative Council of said Territory, on which said rooms, vaults, and safes, arc I ccivers-gcnor.il be of public money, by Iris act direcled -I collected; and that fiom and after tho thirtieth day avail myself of tho best testimony which tho
for to appointed to be there safely kepi, according o June, which will be in the
fourth of hereby constituted and declared to bo time year ono thousand)
this the day March, in the of Lord Treasury
aid Territory appeared on day en behalf year our j I nature of thc case will admit of.
s hall to tho provisions.mfthis and also hundred
acl to tram- eight and
thousand Jinulred of tho United t:1tcs. And the said Treasurer of ; forty-throe, the remaining fourth
him tho Courl here is one : eight and thirty-nine authorizing
by given
of said toundcrstand Tcrrilory.and and be informcd-hal the Eaid"Ccn-' and requiring lho District Attorneys of said i lho United) States shall keep all the public moneys fer, motions in tile baud of a sj ono depositary con- P art of the said duties,taxes, sales.of public lands, If the histories of great and good men-

Florida" halh forfeited its Charter, and Territory to institute the requisite legal proceedings which shall como to his hand* in tho Treasury, of stilutcd by this act to any other depositary conglid cbt and sums of money, shall be'also collected men.who have necn to cmlneuce and become
$ -trillUuK' of the United Slates con.stitntcd. tuled| by HIP sane, al his discretion, and as the 'in i tho legal of tho United Stales and
rights and i against such Banking Incorporations in theirmpcclitc all hereby until the currency ; distinguished amongst their fellows, without
-,1 all the fianchiM. privileged, il1Jwilf1 safety of the and the convenience from and
I. Di) irifln hamo are drawn therefrom according to law. i public moneys, ofoflho the last mentioned day, all sums accruing -
,; thereby conferred, by NON t-rt: and !Jth prayed as might have incurred forfci- public kervicc the accidental aids of superior birth and education
shall him
tares of ihiirCliailcrs non-userand Sect. 2. And be it further That/ seem to to require; or becoming payable to tho United States,
law by lo enacted, lie
; might issue according to to prosecute I 01the adventitious
:5 that a nucirtfiic'iUt which authority to Iran.fer ll.o for duties accompaniments
;: thc l "Central Hank of Florida" to the same to effect, so that the said Charters might Mint of the United States, in the city of Philadelphia moneys belonging taxes, sales of public lands, or other
;.t fcuiiimon FSI-I: to the PoslOfficcDeparlmcnl balso hereby c outer debts, and also all sums due for of u ealth and patronage,-may be cited ns
be declared null and void in thc postages or
before this! Court, at the proper time and by tho Judgment of the State of Pennsylvania, and the Branch red :
'L Appear in sid Mint in the of New upon the Postmaster G.-ncral, so far as its ex. wise, to the General Post Offico Department, shall. affording encouragement to lowly but arabi.
/ and ho\\Jcautt' ;fany could, why the said proper (Courts lJi.iitrict.-Alld whereas, city Orleans, in thc Stale of crcif-e him .t 1
by bo tojtislenl with the bo in
linttcr place, of Iiicorporalion shoalJ! not be, Charles S. SiUey, Attorney of thc United Stales Loui.-iana, and thc vaults and safes thereof, rei I i )ns of may Uwf provir- paid gold and silver only t ious youth, what a bright and illustrious ex.

\t iiid declared null and void: f'pcalet fur the Middle District of Florida, prosecuting I j I speclivcly, shall be places of dcpoilc and nfu. !' slilutcd exUlin.j by !his act shall; and every his depositary account con-j.i Sec. 20. And bo it further enacted Tint from ample is afforded them in the history of Mar.1

.4'. : ARE IICKCDY; COM-: aid Territory, hath appeared on this day, on behalf :J l i keeping of the public moneys at thoso points re- paid to, Keep with him of the and after the thirtieth day of June, which will be tin Van Buren, occupying, as he does the
money or deposited ,
"JII"r'Uln.lU ,
h of said Territory' and him the here thc Treasurer belonging; l I ji i in the year one thousand eight hundred and
Court ofthe
M :' make! known, tl the M\\<\ by I i spectivefand; said Mint and lo the Post Office DI'patrine'ltlIcpcrate and di.- forty- most exalted station in the world because he
: '( '< u.i a i '.IIII.'t!' I 'iui tta.! .1111 t I al! l'rl'd"11"& l Iiil. 'is gi'11 to '..Iei -Li'iii and te informed thai lie j i J I I I.i Branch Mint respectively, for Ihc limo being, shall lincl from thc account l him of ether three, every officer or rgenl engaged in making ,

; <'j-hiof' .'ill JStoclihol.'crn l thereof, 2 !..4ij l "Ti.c Mi-n.hc.iiU' ai.d, Plant r,' Ban! of M.I".I j I'have tIle custody und care of all public moneys deposited so paid k'ptl.y for tio! public: : disbursements on account of the United States, or occupies it through the unbought suffrages of

.. \ l.e before the Ju.lo of our.! tiupr'nor Court of i i'ilia" hath forfeited its Charier! and all the franCIHI 1 ( within the same, and shall perform all the of moneys or tlr h'posilcd.nd i' purpose I ]i of the General PestClficr, shall make all payments millions of freemen. No princely ancestor,
llii-j it
payincnlM on ; account hall
1 : ju'j.i ,
1.: 'iln- M.l.llDiMrirlof'. ) ;riciida. for tilt C.
:;.4 "11,011 liit- Fl"m,1luIJJoI, of r\')V>"uUr! i -\t truiilriri: .1, II)) ii may
siiicjacias ini hl issue to law to bursemenl of all such | or the provisions of this and time
\ : according ,
"J'cdh: Gate wfth.s; 'lflf, or I'llch either lime aw tliomrt t.umnioi moneys, according to the i think most conducive to the! interest
thin i.ai: iii 'Tilc .Merrhdiita' and L'I.miers' i isioiis hereinafter public ,or to tho i I I last; preceding section of this net, "hull tho Sec. the generous confidence" of a free people,
,) may be n !l"ii. ;!! n"dlo al th.' Co-.i't I louse of Bank pro\ con t.iliCII. I. convenience of tin creditors b,. by
11,1 I "mi iiiy i fl I <. III.! ill I li ctiy i: iiI' Tal'ahaseiT' in iif 1 .M.inull'i i," to appt.ii; before thii Court, at the Stct.3. And boil further enacted, That timerehiiI : public or ]: r eta ry of (the Treasury, be immediately reported to I extended to hm: on account of his known
Sue. 1 11. And
.1. d Cuunly to ,1jJif any tlnr.jj: tile. for Ihcnircs prn; '{>i-t, t n nond
hI ''IH('. or can, soy. \\ hy the aid Charlor; of c I he -aid t'Jwrtcr of Incorporation I flioul 1 1'i houses How erecting in 'the city of Now Yerk, 4! dcpoi oy5 il-jrics) care and custody, of any of the '' o s'ich neghct, evasion, or violation, and als'O U thu possession of splendid talents and thu
not ami. ile. lared null 1 and void. J > constituted by this! act, haIl bo constdvrid ,| Congra, ir in session, and, if not in session thin
I hWl1fl"lrllj'III', | t'to "Ccnirji iiank 'If>( FlornJj: c repealed : { iTlr.KFoiK tho Slate &.fNcw York, and in the city of Bill !I 11] and held al I rare endowments of intellectual superiority
I as deposited Iho credit ,
aniiu''! .! I i''c' .jI|. :i: : YOU Alii to of the'',! commencement of its se.> io.i ntxt after tho vi<)la-
: ,!' iiuld iinl u> Y'MicJ, ni n v. : IIKIIKBV (O\I- tOil, in the Sl.ilc of .Massachusetts, suitable and Treasurer of the
States. anJ shall be at all| lion takes place. Mr. Van liurcn exerts a wide and important
: 1J! all lilx'itii-s! nii'uunit'n's rij.il-; pnvU-;cs and j M: i \N I)Ll>, That you links known to the saM i convenient rooms for thin use of Ihc, rtceivc-rs-- I times his ,

c,,, iiu-liix-, by ili'atnc: "IIIII.rlr.I| his"';.,-l intoM.hhiii I TluMi'tl\ ;inK' and I'lauters' Bank:, of M.i;nolia," iru.1 of public moneys hereinafter directed to bo | u disburdc-mcnt subject in dn.fl, whether made for tranarci I I Sec. 21. And be it further enacted, That no P.X political influence, die history of his rise and

'Ii. .)-, ; an.! r'JIII r.,| of-.:lIJ T'-II I*:',r\ .I'! n"r.J 1.1 .1 m.I! al!! I'r.- idii't, (.I lIi'r", Directors I) ainl y lock- appointed, at I those places respectively); and lsufi-s( i were, the :sa me in till manner as tho'."h the ;:I change of funds shall b,> made by any disbursing progress, unaided and alone, is calculated to

,.'iil further, to do ami receive x\lut t ill t-aii I I'wuiithui I h.-'Jcrs h : lii.reo1: t; that they be before' tho Judge of cicnt arid sm cure filc.l'roofvaut: and f-afes for the j i I Stales moneys, and each actually depositary frhall: TICbUry make ol! Uu U.to11 j 1 oifi'- rs, or agents of the Government; of any trade exert a moral influence no less extended orseful.

end tbcrc.'if it ami tl,"-,n1 in tintUliali': : "!.al/! our Superior Comt of the Middle Disliicl 111'1-1. ri- keeping tfihic I public moneys collected hind dcponi-Ilia returns | r denomination whatsoever cr connected with Let tho
and 1'0t. then ambitious
Treasury Ollico .
i u laudably
Dcparlincnt, of all I !| ,
.,;. tn 1 ivu i '',II.CC <.f! IIIC.It -It:! 11\i'lI1 <- !'ihi-I pri>- in N'Member! next after the' il.tlu of this vviil, or ncral of public money, from time to lime appoislc-d land moneys\ in such form shall ptid: by him, at such time: ,j| exchange of gold and, silvci; anti every such dis- youth of our country, however humble be
as be directed
i ci,(4l l.I.I1Iol'tltJlrl'alluII i ( IK n'of in soil to p
- : ,' paper in the :111.11.J] '- "- of Fi' nrfa, for time at the Court I lluusc ofsaid County of Leon,, intilC the slid roomv, vairt: and baft--, rci-pcclively, and 1 Sec. 12. And bu it-furtn! r enacted That the are furnished to him in currency legjlly receivable thereby, encouraged. This, and other reasons

(.' -pace .of three imit.lhs fiom the day of the dale <'ily of l Ta'Iahashco in said County, In show, i'1' of all the public! money s depo8itedi ilin the, Secretary oflho Treasury hall be, and ho id make uib'cr the prov&uns of this act, shall 1 hope, Mr. Editor, will induce you to

1.-. 't! in.' 1'irtlymi! make iilurn oil IhS: writ on lh-. any ihii, g they for themselves: have, or csn: !.IY, same; timid khall perform all thc duties required lobo authorized lo cause CAainmalions la bu made hetcby ofUc his payment.- in the currency so furnished,I overlook the minuteness of detail into which

S. fir,i li-ty l tan next term of our ::Lmd Court, ,m J ofvour why the sid; duller of Incorporation of The performed by them in reference to list receipt books or when ihobc means are furnished totain: in draft",,
< accounts, and money on hand, of ihu several: shall cause those drafts to be i I: propose to enter, with regard to the early
jiroccedinpsihorcon.wrrsc Men-hauls', Planters'! Bank of \la n'llil" t-hould safu-kccpinjr n trans'c-r and disbiirscmcnl of all such presented at their
:... : -niaiAui) c.. u'F.r.M'oiii, n I 'I Lo I icjXMl'-i! annulled, and made void, and all moneys, accord/ to tile provisions of this acl. dcpoMlarics lo appoint c tiluU'd by this act'; and for thai i place of payment, and properly paid :according lo I l life and education of Air. Van Buren.

CltTk of our wd! (Courl this, I lUth d.iy ufJuly l.bi I pic. 1 ,, I immunities: lighl ., privileges a mid fr.inchi.cs Sec. 4. And be it further rn.ictcd, Thai there r purpose, with such compensation fpccial agents,as creation ho think may r require the law, and shall make h.s payments in the cur. The rrost prominent of these causes is :

A. II. J.'iJil:; ,, jinJ si\'y-f..ili; year of hy Ihc( same ronftrrcd, l he sized l i.. to po-nes- Khali bc c-rci.leil. and reasonable bo fixed may rency-so received for the drafu furnuhed, unless I that of the thousands who have for
American prepared, provided, al time expcnso to und declared at (the lime ofeachappointnxcnt. m in either C.IBC, he yearly,
indepcndi-nec. ion add control of said and can exchange the hi
further in
m Territory to means
: I of the' United States, at tho city of Charles- 'Ihc agents selected to make I.and for : many years past,entered upon the stage of
:. WELI.roill .. gold and silver al
). Cloik .f.ho d-i and r'''-l'ivah3tthc said C.ullrtthen and there par, and to as toftcili-
ion, in ihu State: of South Carolina, and at the ; : these examinations shall bo instructed to examine
fc'iii'iriorCourlol'tlaMiddle I : I UiMri'-t i of of it and tlieui, in this behalf, shall consider and Si. Loji., in tIme State Missouri c.lyof as well the books ale hid piyment, or otherwise accommodate tlie: m action as electors, but few arc acquainted accurately
offices with I accounts, and returns of lho
Florida fut LeonishcnLy dNOTICE And further commanded public sci vice, and promote the circulation of iti this remote of the
-Ullt.r. < l. you arc give suilablo and for officer the a L Lmietahic part country,
: C nveriicnl rooms lho use of Ihc ns rnon'y on hand and the of,
i mli.C of Ihc IiiAtilutioii o> this proceeding, by publication -, of i its manner i currency; And it shall' !! be, and is hereby 1 with the early events of his life. This by no
) receivers-general public money hereinafter directed being kept, lo the cod that uniformity and I made the
i .
dury t.nllo head
i\cn of i of
; the forc..iing pro- h lion of in some public ncw> in the the l'roperdeplLrtmont L
to be the in tho arises from lack It
appointed at above account
"-' places named: accuracy us well as the means a intelligence.
; safely
.0 tu all pilous mint ion' 01 1 aId CO-IOM ntliercin. Miildlc' Di. lricl of Florida, f..r the of three lo i i immediately i" suspend from duty disbursing
., td j-paco annsthis mid sufficient and secure //ire pioof vaults and safe public moneys way be seemed thereby. officer( any i rather attributable to the recklessness !
who daring
t f .. a< I am thereby directed. fiom the d.IY of the dale hereof. And that for the of the shall violate the prfcYisIons of this sec-
,;: SAMUEL 11 I I-UVAL t"1 make return IIf t\.ig writ, and of your pn.cccd- keeping at those public nioney collected anddeposited I "Ste-13. And be it further enacted, Thai in ion, and forthwith to report; the name of tho officer of his enemies, who, with the most unblushing

..:? .: lhnhl\l l of the Middle. DiHr< '-1 Flrd.t1 III:" ticr! Mi, on tic rirsi day of ,.. .,.\(, tcim of r r from points respectively; and the said I Iucciveimm.gimeiat addition to Iho examinations provided for in the or agent to the President, with time fact of the vioalion effrontery-such as we might suppose

>T .:1_1.1.! lJ5i. .'"'t __''. MivmV"i KKC. I). M.I'o l. I our said (,umirL time to Limo appointed alihoscpldcer i L i last preceding section and as a further guard over and all tho circumslanccs accompanying
hall have Satan would in the
lie disguised
( assume
,.': TKUlilTOKY OF FLO1UDA, I \VirvrasRICH G. WKMJTORO.: .aU DII'lt"p"-r.,Ilkt..... II ,custody'and.- .-1,, .. v.v.care, I .of-r tin-. I I the public'! moneys--. ,-..shall 7 -be.---the- _duly.JFl of each_ naval I -the' same.,,and- -within- the-. knowledge' of the said I i dcCC -
. .. the Marshal! of the Middle Dislrict, (July. Icikcf A.our D.i 1810.said Couil and hixly-lillli, this ICtli day of ol L ed and piovidcd, tSt. of all the public moneys deposit j general (.( tIme public moneys, or collector of Ibc i may bo promptly- removed- from office or restored-I ,- aye, U *- '
., year cd, within the same; and shall! perform all lho duties of
customs, districts to his and
respective of trust of
.,: greeting the 1IIJel'lHlcme of llic United Staled of F ; each register i the porforwauco of his duties, as mixed up such a mass error with the truth
: >'
| bo
required to performed' by ;them, in reference to i ilho of a land office as a check upon the receiver of to the President and
may accmju4 of record that have been deceived
hcit-toforo wit: oil the s cv- .\mmlrcl.; transfer proper. public many
t WUCREA" > receipt, nip-keeping, and disburse-I Ins land office ; and of the director andsuperinlcn.
.. of It. u. W iLLFORI) CcI1: ofthe Sec. 22. And bo it. further! cmclcd, That it shall I Others who for
'. day November, i ill the year of merit or all such money, accoi ding to the provuious dant of each Mint and Branch Mint when thereby. again, have
our Lord one lliauiarvd of the Middle Dutrict of separate! tot be lawful for the Secretary of tho
eight hundred and Snptnor Ccurl hereinafter contained. Treasury to but little ,attention the
twcnly- '"meerll as a check the Treasurer years paid or uo to
upon ,
> i till'I a Clinrlcr ef Florida fur Leon respectively'I or continue in force,
lucorjioration rvas jjranlod. o'ill.e County. See. 5. And be it further enacted T/tat the Pre of said Minis, or die any general order of who
vonditjoiiK, liiiiilatiotih 0".1 I persons acting as such, at the which shall create any diflercnco between the dif subject politics or public men, or are
ioirn JIOIIH therein sidcnt shall nominate, timid, by and with ihe advice cloMu elf cadi quitter of the year, and as much mere l ferent branches for the first time about to ttte of
jt\l'4. (l, l JIY the I..rgi-htn.c Council of thu T rri- ..Jr.Ilt: hereby given of the foregoing pro- of revenue, as to the funds or me. exercise right

40"1) ol ri'trnlj.lu a certain Jhnk, (by the re'no a'I.1 l ltjlc NO cl'clill::M, ID all persons mentioned and .oflho 'Senate, appoint four officer I to be denomi'rcccvcr I frequently as they shall be directed by the Secretary; dium of payment, in which debts or dues accruing electorship, startled by the'alarming aspect of
of tho
cvn.1 nall'd >? general of ptiMie which Treasury to do HOto examine t'so books
: of the IJA\h cd I directed. money r, to the United Stale bo
tb'.reui paid.
elf Fi-omiiA ad: fm" a'l iKosoului .l tT as am thereby may affairs jeopardy in which the interests of
said officers shall hold their offices for the term of I account.-, returns and on hand ef the
money roci -
t-houlJ 'bifoinu Subhcribcrs l I. the 'aid 13auk, :.\ MUKL: H. DUVAL, Marshal I unless Sec.23. And be it further enacted,That it shall! the South stand about them
four sooner removed therefrom ivcrs-gencral ofpuUic are casting to
their yrar ; onoj money.collcctorsjeccivers
!;. "UI'c''S,frll and assignc And, I oftloe1iddlo District i.f Florida, by bo the duty of tho of
;- whereas also, which bhall bo located in tho 'of land cilices Secretary Treasury to
of of
/ cily New York Treasurers and discover the Whilst others
tic j pcrtona acting a S means safety.
: 'Oil : "t1jtl'cu1.h, Jar! of IVbruary the July 1: 51 :;'11 \1lstln WALKER issue and publish regulations to enforcer lho
.'; LurJ unc t'lfiHKand, cihi $huudrcd aii-1 year. f1"i ij'ir ..-. -- .-- ---- .- --1).11.1 i I in till Stale of New York; ono other of which shall!| such, and to niako a full, accurate, and faithful return rcaeiitalioii'of all Government drafts speedy still, disgusted with the idle mummeries of
Iliirtylircr be located st time of Dohton in the to the for paymentt I
city Slate
< Middle District of FLorIda : ofI Treasury Department ofthcir condition.
an act wta :hc-; \ty Governor, and the placo were payable and to their late Whig associates the
._, p& Legs.lati I prescribe time timeaecoidingto finding party
LEON COUriTYUI'lHlOll COUUT. | Massachusetts; ono other of which shall bo located 1-J. And bo it l further enacted, That the
't; of tho Territory of rlJI Ida, lo the different distances of ihe depositaries without stand to abandon it.
'at the city of Charleston in the State of South, said officers principles, ready
ic.' I
111'.01 l .tit) l'Ii.irrr! of [IN CIIASO.IIT ] I pec ivcly, whose duty ii is made by from lho seal of Government
Iiitorporaliiin, a* JppearV Carolina and the of which shall this act within which! Mr. Van Buren under these circumstances is
*:V UK "..'IO'tI'n.JUlc.1l, !! '! ofuid ; remaining one be to receive, keep, and disburse the public all drafts them ,
Charier RICHARD CUOOM and Ilr.N- shall
I and of of Iiicuijionitiui :lvvcm Complainant; located nl the city of ftt. Louis in the Stale of, I, moneys, as time/ fiscal agents of the Government t, upon respectively, bo prosented presented to them for their support. His
said for and in pro.
.; ainendmcntjIeref, of re- 1'ET1'SlITU, EUZADLTII M. AIIMIMTEAU, JonvI payment, default ot such prescns -
Miithouri and all of which said officers rhall bo allowed
.,! ; curd in the office of the -. [ ; give may any necessary additional expcnspu lion to direct other sent attitude as a State Rights Democrathis -
.," becrctary of the Tcrrilory CARIIOI.I., and others DefendantCto : !- bonds to the United Stairs wi'h sureties for clerki any modo and place of payMcnl -
\; of Florida, as well as by the public statutes *f the "3 Bill filed 1 11th December, 18J!. <, time provi ien hereinafter, containedfor according'to the faith,. fireproof: of chests, or vaults cr oilier which lie may deem j roper; but in all those 1 avowed principles on the subject of slavery

,4:$, -.Territory.IcmHr: and of Florida I .,', pruitrd. by nnlhorily. of I tltr l1T 1'i'iN opening j the mailer to the Honorable'1AI.FRFIJ 'j; ful discharge of lho duties of their respective ( 4and i, necessary disbursing) expanses said moneys.afekcrping; all such, transferring expenses of, egulations and directions, il chill bo duty of lho it is true, are unobjectionable! ; still, they
b' a 1" ( "lIlIe:1: o1 Ihe s lI11e- 1_, UALCII Judge ofsaid Court, at Chain i '! Secretary of the Treasury to guard, a* far as may satisfied.But" .
; character
every to l l.e first are not entirely
: 'd| "Irn'u alw). a l b w II a. 'masvi l.y. (tinS GoviJ : '11 11, this I2lli day oIMay, IC40, by C. S. Siblry j Sec. C. And be it further enacted, That the Trca !'I I the expressly aulhoriz-.d by be, against ( drafla bcinf\ used or thrown into

'.,'j'. m" ,r and Lc." I a IVC tt,1i.I| of. 1 t" Tt-rril'i. .<>.t! I I. A. Thompson, Solicitors and Counsel for I' urer of the United Flates, tho Treasurer of iJic! Secretary all the lho Treasury, whose directions circulation, as a paper currency, or medium of cx- say they, M we have been wont to
a.y, '"1 tiC I fourth Mint of the United States the upon above subjects, by way of ri-gnlalion his \Vo have been
"(. day of. March I tn tho year ,)f ..u r tin.; complainant in said cross lull, it appearing that|( [ treasurers,and thoseI1cling and otherwise far chango.Sec. hear motive impugned.

: L-"c one ulousand eight: hundred and tliiriy.niiic,. I I Iauthmtising Id* Mil>i"riia issued again-,1 said Ilcnrulla Sinilh I, as such,of the various Branch Mints all col.lectors bo strictly followed, so aa all authorised IhesaklofficcrsrProvidil" by law, arc to I 24. And be it further enacted, That the told that he was insincere, fickle and hypo.

\.., w.d and i ,,,,r,1jtjlu, District Attorneys ol I Elizabeth; M. Arlllistt'ad, antI John U. Carroll, defendants of the tn:>toni i, all tho surveyors of LImo customs ; J 'l'hatthe whole number by clerks! to be appointed by, receivers-general of public money directed by ihis critical, and that his profo&aons are not to be
Territory tll ina.tute the requisite. legal above/ named has been returned lhoMarshal acting also as colic 4ors, all acl to bo appointed, shall receive, tire
., pro ; by virtue of this respectively,
section of this act, hall not exceed relied that they are only made to suittbetimcsandtheoccasiouthathehaabcen
ceding ipmrt. .ucl I, UankiRg Incorporations in of said! District, not served, said Defcndan'iH r. of public moneys, all receivers of public moneys at ten, and lhal the following baldrics, per annum, to be paid quarter upon j

:: llicir respective. U.iricU. .. might have incurred : above% named residing out uf tile Jurisdictionof the several l land offices, and all post masters, exceptas whole number shall aggregate compensation of the yearly, al Ito Treasury of the United States, to
%rft-ilurcs ot their Charlus is lieirinaftcr particularly provided, be, and they net exceed eight thousand del I- wit: the receiver-general of for and measure of
by no.urt and to this Court and it further appearing by affidavit hans, nor shall tho public nioney at New against every public poll.
\ :prosecute the same to effect, R0 that the a.d. ClurUrsmig't to the tatihfaclion of the Court, i'ial [lie said tic aro hereby required l.* keep safely, without loaning appointed exceed compensation ci hundred of any oc clerk,be York shall bo paid a salary offour thousand dollars cy, ever presented before the people, just sit
ht dollars
bo f ans:u a I. !
: declared all the collected them ; p the
or using, public
;; nu" andvoid1 the/ Jud fciidanls above named reside out of this Territory, money by per annum; receiver-general of public money at best to suit his own for
.r ncnlofthe proper C?urt IJ ,'? aid DifctrWAndSm" 1 and in the Slulo of New; York, or in the Stab of or otherwise at any time placed in their possession 1; Sec. 15 And bo it farther enacted That th e : Boston shall be paid a salary of two thousand fin happened purposes,

".CI b'KlrlM-f I ; Slbl0 AtlonHyof the Unitc.l Noth; Carolina// Ordered by \lie Court, (hat and custody, till the same is ordered by the proper Secretary of Limo Treasury shall, with as much. hundred dollars per lInum; tho receiver-general of popularity sake. It is such us these that I

<. for t e DiMrict of Florida, pnweiu the said defendants, llcnriclla Suiith, Illizttbclh I il'-partinent or officer of the Government to bo promptitude as (the convenience of time public business 1- public money al Charleston shall bo paid a sabryof wish to undeceive. All they want, is the

4.: titig' forwiid T&rrimciry, bath aI'lcanid OM this day'I .M Armiotcad, and Joint U.Carroll, do appear andIIIw"r i:; transferred or raid out'; and when such orders for and the' safety of lho public funds will permit two thousand fivo hundred dollars per minimum; and light of truth unmixed with error. And

,.9ir;" II uU.-haJfof6.. iCtriLOt and l ly I lum} the Court : said Cross ISi'l' on or before Monday lho transfer or payment aio received, faithfully and I withdraw tbo balances remaining with the present'' the receiver-general of public money at St. Louis whom the truth sets free, arc free indeed. I

the I crc glnll- 10, lli FI"; t.0111 J.. aud I.info.ined.. thatBauk fifth day October, IS 1 10, or that saidCrot.s Dili promptly to make the same as directed; and to do depositaries of the public moneys anti confine the : shall be paid a salary of two thousand five hnndred wish to show them how they have suffered
nid of IJol" huh t forfeited its sal-keeping, Iranrfc r, and disbursement of thosemoneys dollars per annum; and the Treasurer of the Miniat
Cimsi conlc-Kt cd them certified and all oilier duties fiscal
: be taken as > against ; a copy perform as agents of Ihe::
i1 tcr,and all Uic Jr.acI.wM;, prinoges! and immuni.co"rcrrcd. i i. ol lhiisrdcr being publiblicd by cuinpliinant weekly Government, which may bo imp' sod by this: or to the depositaries established by this ac 1. Phi'adelpha!' : nhaJl, in addition to his present: themselves to be led astray by designing men
ties Sec. J 16 And bo -
therchy ''V flOfl-cr, and I hmo, lull' until that day in the "Kloridiau," a newspaper any other acts of Congress, or by any regulation of further cnaclcd.That all marhdc salary, receive! ivo hundred dollar.4, annually, for -men in whom they reposed too much con.

;:- .; prayed In.. timat a rift'lari41 might iSlluo according to published at Tallahassee, StiLl proof thereof filed tie Treasury dcparlmenl, made in conformity, t.> district' attorney and others, having public! i the performance of the duties imposed by this ac t; fidence. I wish to show them that if ever a
to the
to kfr mmon, time said "Bank of Florida," u ap with the Clerk of this Court. !I law; and also to do and perform nil acts and duties noncy lo pay maku United States, and nIl Swishing i the treasurer of the branch mini at New Orleans man,from habit, from education and from ear.

:;- l this I Court, I1t tile I'roper time anj A true copy. Test: required by law, or by direction of any of tho Ex- payments for patents be issued, I shall also receive OHO thousand d liars, onnudl,. association nurtured
""lace to I all such Limo was for'democracy,
1KC i if ;it could| | lc| may pay money lo Treasurer of the for time additional dulius created this and iy ,
any w.Iy ) fia.'I| II. G. WELLFOKD, ccutivo department of lho Government, as agentsfor by act:
and CIi2tter J f "corll'.ra1l'/II thould not bo repealed! may 16th. 1810. 42 t5UiQ Clcik..Superior paying pension; or for making any other disbursement United States at the Treasury, to the Treasurer I ef: thcw salaries, respectively, shall bo in full for the that man was Martin Van Buren. His father
Declared, null and cither: of the Mints, in Philadelphia or N.Orlean", ,, of of the Revolution and
void which eithor of the heads of those departments services the respective officer, nor shall eitherof was Whig as was

.1c;4 :' LJ"L'lJFrRt YOU AIm 1IElinBY:[ COMyu'l Court for L.COII County--- may bo required by law to make, and lo to cither such of other lho receivers general of public money,. them bo permitted to charge, or receive any his son, a Republican of the Jeffersooian
MA, or constituted this
make ltnow li the' 'lid; NUVEMBER TKBM, 1810.'I. which are of a character to bo mado by the depositaries choll bo depositary by of i etc. commission, pay, "6r perquisite, for any officialservice school. Thoso who know him best, will an,
; designated
llaiik as the
*-i: If f FIoridi, cud all! the l'rel'identllCaalier! JOHN BRANCH WILLIAM CHAW : hereby constituted, consistently with the by Secretaiy U of any character or description whatsoever; of
the his
5, for character
; 1 Directors Tacasury, in other of thu United Status swer consistency as
and parts Inreecivo and the of fcuch
Stockholders thereof that thoy I be AS CARSON, trading, &c., under tho firm and other official duties imposed upon them. making any charge, or the receipt
. Lefuro the JuJ.rc such payment, and give receipt or cerlificalo .' ot such declared a politician, and the purity of his faith as. a
o l 0" SUllerafl l i Court of thol style of Win. Crawford jr. Ai Carbon. Sec. 7. And be it further enacted Thai Limo Treasurer of d therefor. any compensation in hereby to boa
Middle Di lricl ?or da.l for the County of Lco' 1 1oa Attachment $1,318.31: i Damages $ iOCO.O0.. of f the United States, the Treasurer of the posite nii.-'duiueaaur, fur which the officer convictedthereof Democrat.

:: tbcRcond "C1Klay in November! next after the ri. liE defendant. and all other! inleret.trd. are Mini; nT the ITnilfil: State thii! Trpninror. i\( Ii) Sec. 17. And lo it further enacted/That all officer before any court of the United Slates of Mr. Van Buren was born in tlis village of
d..t.o l of tIii writ lr such I oilier I .B. hereby notified 01.tho institution of raid ie m: charged by this act with the safe keeping. transfer, competent jiiiisdiction, shall be sudjocl to punish I-
| ti-no as tho Court : Branch Mint at New Orleans, and the I receiversgeneral I II' Ktnderhook, Columbia county, N. Y., on the
Ins, be adjourned to, at the Court UIJIIJSO in tho suit, by aliHchinent returnable lu the Term aforesaid of bcrcinbcfore and disbursement "rthe public money, othei' than meni by fine, or imprisonment, or both, at the discretion
public directed
Lty orrahiiIasco nd County f Leon bow' ; and aro required' to appear and plead to tho I' shall money to 1 bo 1 I thoso connected with tho Post Olneo Department, of the court before which the offence abs ai 5th day of December, 1782. of humble yet
appointed bonds !
to respectively, givo to the
if any thing law arc hereby required to keep accurate of bo tried. distinguished parentagehumble'in point of
fur thelllllcJVlB havoorcan.-.y. declaration filed! in said case, as the directs. United Stales, in such form, and for such an entry
,'rt "hy the 1I1 chI r t cr oflncorlQratilln tho'-Bank may 16 42 3m JO. BRANCH, Alt. tirSuperior PHI. as shall be directed by the Secretary of the amounts Treasury each um icceived and of tho knd: of money in Sec. 25. And be it further enacted, Tha the worldly wealth and honors, yet distinguished
or Fhorjd" "ould( which it is received,and of each payment or transfer Treasurer of the United Stales be and ho U
:- tnolde !101 be repealed, annulled, and -- by and with the advico and cornent of ii hoho and hereby for intelligence, for virtue, Jot industy, for
of time kind of
in which if made authorised to receive al time
Court for Leon currency ; and sucholhcr
County Treasury at
fraucbibCCIIIrlle immunities' privileges President, with sureties to tho satisfaction of LI the best of all bases for ademocra.
al.d honesty-
and that if of limo of he
said officers thoso
I 1840.EUWAB.D or as
arne NOVEMBER TKRM, anyone points may designate, payments 'n' advanco -
into p'esio 1dt confrredbe seized Solicitor of lie Treasury and shall, from limo lo connected with tho Post Olfico shall: for lands tic education. Here in the tumble abode of
C"tro1 I f laId Territory and BRADFORD r*. WILLIAM C>A\VroiiD jr., time, renew, tlrenglhon, and increase their official Department, puUic the payments so made* in ,
IiI funthertodo andreccjc- ?at Uio said Cuurt'tLenpear and THOMAS. CARSON. I trading, &c., under the bonds the of tho convert to his own nsr, in any way whatever, or all cases, t>> be evidenced by the receipt of lho said his farmer father, was laid the foundation for
and tboro. r Secretaiy Treasury, with the
: shall
n. use, byway of investment, in kind of Treasurer uf the
n- n, firm and ol W 10. i/rawioru M. Carson. any United Slates which of souLwhich
dcr -"" "!?"', '" In? behLlf, shall con I style jr. consent of the President, may direct; law in shall receipt* MArrivin that truo greatness has charac-
and any
property merchanriiiw. !! with
or loan n\nll!
direcL-And or he reeiviihbi
or fA ntiM'n. iinAq
Attachment $5,000.00.7HV1C r !
, to give JOUorc fi urtJler commanded I reference to any of time official bonds of any of the without: interest o 7 terized,his jyhole life Had ho been borri to
notice of lho in"titul.4on of this defendants, and all others iiHcrcalud, arc the any portion of tho public moneys public or private sale oflands, in the same manneras
proceeding I said officers world
contrary notwiihstinding.; the ,calls!
b.r entrusted to him fur diibttmemer.t what greatness and'satjcan. -
& hcrou, JL hereby notified of the institution of lid safekeeping, the currency authorized by law to be received in ,

. lIe) frornVj ] of*'r2inrubticne, of three UI mil, by attachment returnable to the term aforesaid Sec. U. And bo it further enacted, That it shall be transferor for any other purpose, every such act payment for the public lauds: Provided, however.That ded by the 'trappings otneritneiba& wrnhb* -

.4 months, lliL 7i Clf th" date liercof space and that ; and are required to appear, and! plead to tho the duty of tho Secretary of tlo Treasury, at as shall be deemed and adjudged to be an embezzlement the receipt given by the Treasurer of the his naiad would probably have become imbued .
; i
'OU m.ke ? 1 "t" writ, and of Pieced.d I. dvclaialion Jilcd in said rare, as Iho law directs early a day *s possihio after tho passage of this of so much of tho said mnnr-'ysav shall bo thus United States, pursuant ti* the authority coulerrediu with 'notions' of superiority, and i spirit of
(herco' IL flfkl day 1' the" ncxt term of may 16 4't 3m JO. BRANGII, Alt. for PI'fT. act, to require from the several depositaries hereby taken,converted, invested. Used, or loaned, which this section, shall not be nejoliiblo or transfer*- aristocratic

, our said Court constituted, and whoso official bonds aro not horoiubcforo in hereby declared to be a felony, and any officer or bo! by delivery or assignment, or man; oilier ma -t.i self-sufficiency, entirely' tncom-'

p., :: WI1'NEU.-RlCIIARO G. WELLFORD superior Court for Leon County-- provided for, to execute bonJj now and genloi the United State,and alt p rllOnadYi8loor nor whatsoever, but shall, in all co.se..be presented with those j just ideas"of n gbt awIwrong

Clerk of our laid Court, this I6lh day \ovEl Bl TERM, 1840. suitable in their t.rmuito meal tho new and increased participating in such act, hi.ing convicted thereof in payment for land by or for the person to whom I and political-equality, which}form. 10 -

"a7 of July! A. D. lai, and tho aidy.i JOHN BruNcn, Administrator of all and singular! duties imposed upon them respectively by this before any court of the United Suies cf competent the receipt was given, as'shown upon its taco. essential .patoft democrat's; creed, tad. '

ruh year of the Indorondence/ ofth.United tho go di, chattels, rights, onJ credit-, of act, and with sureties, and in sums such as shall jut isdictton, shall be sentenced to imprisonment for See. 26. And bolt further enacted, That for Ihe which might have* disquaIMe3 hioi,:for -Ihe

States of m'lrica. James Branch, deceased tt. WILLIAM Caaw. seem reasonable and safo to lho Solicitor of the a term not less than six months, nor moro tha -five of sites, aad fer the conatructioa II hofay

t the R. G. WELLFORD, Clerk of roRo jr., and THOMAS CARSON( trading &c,, Treasury, and from time to limo require) such bond jcars, and'to a fine equal to tho amount' ot..the; offices purchase of the receivers-general of public money, 1 bright/Y destiny he haj .fulfilled. In" :hatttwr be-

Superior Court of tbo Middle District of under the firm and stylo. of Wm. Crawford jr. to be renewed and increased in amount, and money. embezzled. '._1 .' ,, this act,directed to b'e erected at Charlentoa, SoutliCarolina comethe advocate of popular rights ftn3 the

Floricla. for Leon Cvunt1.NOTI Cation. strengthened by new sureties, to meet any incroas. Sec. 18. And bo it further enacted That until the and at St. Lwi.ti, Mjsoirf,- tbere_ shall champion,ol Democracy., lie hu beeo: 'a -

Attachment f 2,844.42 Damages f 5,0(.00. 1 log responsibility which may grow out of nccnmulalions rooms,offices faults and safes, dir c'ed!)/ the fir be, and hereby appropriated, to be paid out of career worUir of'imitation.. -

I E 11' brtby giv.n or tho forcg iDg pro- THE! elefondan", ud all others interested, are ef money in the! hands of the depositary, or four sections of this act to bo constructed and pie- anyjnoney in the Trearorynot therwinaappropriated fMr; Van Buren

ctrnetl thoteia IDr' 1.0 aU persons mentioned and con : by notified of the insliinlion'of the lIlidatajt out of any other duty or responsibility arising under plied for the use of the Treuurcr 'of-the Uhiltd tbo,.uro of ten thousand dollars, tn bee>XT 1TO111hy It1) I *1.

; lUll am thereby dire t.ed. ; by attachment returnable to aho'.Term afore. this ot any.other law of Congrcs State, tbo. Treasurers the Mints at PliiUdtloluk ptnded under,lh. direction'of the Steretary of. the i beea .identified4 Tiiti the ; f ]he, '

HI1Ia1 SAIIU2LIIDUVjtL, aid and are required tu appear, and plead to lhodcclualion'nVd Sec. 9. And be it fufllier enacted; That aUcx)!. and W aw .Orleans,ajid the receivergeneral( of Treasury, wooja hereby requited to adopt plaa countrjrj1e

July I 1 51 of lla MJddle'VLilritt.of Florida, in said'case, as the law directs. lectors anJ receivers or 'public money, of every j public'money at New York; Boiton Cibiirlwton, for lime fald ofRc ., and the raolu aa4 ;afba connected live life in thetiodOfThomaaJctFersonandgtvead earlypart, of.the adnwQBtra'
31Qbl, Huio& m.yl '42' 3m JO.BRANCH AU. for Pl'LTI' and description, withid the District and St. LOUII constructed
W.uxu, D. M. character of ran and prepared for lharewith, and lo canto the same to bo con- cided,,



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'" with for the future, I! lviau July 6th, 1640. President d Secretary '
condition selves bright prospects wet*
ardent and efficient' (support the measuresof all occasions and under all circumstances. I kins, in consequence of the exposed their editor. If recklessness of Col. JOHN B. COLLINS, Talaasee : committee. a .
from .
new .
: that eminent: 1 'Republican nod statesman. Neither the contumely of inflated wealth,nor I of the State, nnd encouraged by.tho as- without the trouble of investigation SIR : I am in receipt your-tb 26th of Ordered, That 'the proeed

Indeed,in the)! ,fall of 1600, when he was but the opposition of invidious talent, nor the cqndeacy, for the first time during the war, statement if suspicions, hatched and maintained Juno, in which you.iriform .me 'tbatj'ouVm meetingbe'sign by the President j
p house-
t in Ids eighteenth? year, he addressed the lie.puMieon weekly rcvilings of a licentious press, could of the Republican party in the lower without; plausibility and against proof in his gife 82 per hundred.weight for my'oats. In rtar and sent to the editorof. a8'
Mine in airc it to silence or soften it to moderation." i the Senate always having had a war majorityMr. that offer has been of t
electors of hit county sup. possession unfairly concealed from the reply I have to say, your request, pubhicat .
port of the ejection of Thomas .Jeffer801l--a I should have been content with this notice Van Bur n brought forward, and carried own in misrepresentation, .i accepted, and that the oats is now subject t
of his of the last war, but for recent his celebrated Classification I public ; perseverance I J. ;
the 'reign support through SecretaryUUJS'PGEORGIA Pr
youthful Damofcthencs, depilating after detection-arc qualities for an editor, your order. 1. tALE ,
of terror,' and calling upon his countrymento occurrences., It has been charged that Mar. Hill, so violently dCouDcr as conscrip.lion all bo claimed for this specimen of, I am, Sir, very respectfully, yours, &c. '
of their liberties tin Van Buren was opposed to that war.- bill, by the opposition its fancied r.cmblance they can HOWARD GAMBLE.
the R. .
rally preservation and (Signed) CONVENO' I Ia
editorial fairness honesty. At
and the of the constitution. Here,at Tell it not. in Gath, publish it not in the to Napoleon's method of raising rftoment. I'! a meeting of
rescue I the facts for a
the age of eighteen, tee see him a Democrat! streets of Askalon." conscripts for his army. "I object was to Let us advert to of standing and Quarter Master General's OJice Fla. .Ma., Georgia, held at llneg '' Ue, OQ'he py f
that in the the burden of military duty amongstall Mr. Levy, a gentleman 4th inst., 1500
upwards b
I until
and in out his history, we will show knew not recently even equalize 17 1840.
following( member of the Legislative 'Tallahassee, "delg
according to character, a coun.1 in attendance they ,?
in so strong that ho recklessness of party profligacy, individuals clashes of the community, I ; _
Ili. consistency a light Constitutional R. HOWARD GAMBLE, Esq. :
who runs read," and be satisfied. The could be found, who were entitled to the least property." I empowered the Governor to cil and of the esteemed SIR arrived at this place froma Congressional ticket ; and Mes ?"? .1 I
Having just
may of the General both of which bodies he was highly : quill, and Black '
caTidor, and truth with sufficient and at the I Cooper
for place disposal received
member of raise, !
next year we find him a a convention I respect '' for 82000, derived I tour of I have received from the hands the
( of veteran Republican's of Columbia hardihood: to declare, in the very face of evidence Govermrcnl, for two years, 12,000 men. has a Government draf duly communication of the 6th tion of the party. 1
The fact is known, of agent your
and Eensselaer' counties, a delegate from his I amounting toconfirmations Col. Ucnton, in speaking of this'bi, says, it from a public my I have inform that Among the many letters I
r and is at considered sufficient to form I II instant. In reply to you, the
native town, convened for the purpose of nom.I. .1 I strong was "thr most energetic war measure constitution.I ever I I accusations against the I Governor of the Territory I in consequence of the delay upon your partto Augusta Constitutiona Pl1 I

mating a State rcprcsentativ c ; and actually As proof of Holy Wril," adopted in the Country. The t the Commissioner of the City the answer of mine of the 20th ultimo, I two following I I

assisting in the preparation of an address to I, that :Air.\ Van Burcn was opposed to the last I ahty of the measure brought on the celebrated against and Mr. Levy himself. !. have made other arrangements for the supply WasMngtonJunelljk I
r the electors of those counties. And thus,during > nr. It was a lesson degradation in Fed. controversy ii which Chancellor Kent, of Tallahassee, against I, GENTLEMEN : I have had the j I
1\\ I I With bold front, they are charged with j of forage for the use of the forces now in the hOi to,
.. Mr. Van Uurcn and Col. Young took part. ceive your polite invitation J JI
while which I discover I had to to
minority, { era Whigism yet *
ycarof pursue I'I Territorial service, and at a much
every the editor field in the
l asked I
I I by
|jog, with untiring assiduity, his law studies,I learn. Had it been confined, however, to a At the ensuing regular session of the Legislature fraud : they are impudently less than that proposed by in I bration of the approaching annivenijrf
community, price you your
Mr. Van Uuren his ovrn motion, !Iwas of a press in a respectable American Independence '
find him associated with and assisting the letter (though extensively published,) recently on at MaiedgwB?J
i we this draft obtained-to last letter. Besides, it is corn, better fitted
i in all their coin'en. written the 7'Ac in Washington!" engaged in the consideration of the to explain how was would, I beg you to
Democrats of his county by Spy the in active service. b aSure
: of
4 furnish evidence that it was paid for-that a for the use troops I
1 should have deemed it worth while question, whether additional provisions were the greatest pleasure to
tion, not my I I' fncadib
t for it and, if (he : I am, Sir, yr. obt. sent. mee'my
t In November, 1803, after he had attainedhis to contradict it. J for so familiar to the public, necessary to carry into immediate cflect the premium was given ; could premium I respectfully. B. COLLINSf. Georgia, on the interesting occasion refer*!
majority, he was admitted to the bar, and have become the .misrepresentations of this I I Classification Lill," when news of peace : was paid, whether higher one Mr. Gcnl. F/dM. to ; but 1 am compelled, by the

commenced the practice of law in his native dastardly calumniator, amid political hark of arrived. Here, to the very last, we find him'. not have been procured ? Qr. .\1' official duty, to deny myself that graSet

village. At this period, and for many years the no less infamous \Vatson Webb, of the engaged ii: the support of the Government, The Governor denies all knowledge of the From my-"-Log--Cabin-,"-July- t&lO. You have, gentlemen, neither cm

I I preceding, both the county of Columbia and N. York Courier & Enquirer, that: his name and the defence of his country. '.And to finish II transaction ; he i is a friend of Mr. Levy, andis Mr. EDITOR: The Star of the 16thr ult. the influences with which I bavehfc

the State of New York had bce.i i.i the hands alone would have been as the antidote to the the whole, he was deputed to draw up I not to be believed. The Commissioner explains contains a political ode on the subject of a bat in the administration of <

I, of the Federalists! by overwhelming majori. poison ; but when men such as :Merrivveathcr and tender to Ger Jackson, the thanks of'i the transaction ; a letter is received by : change, or reform, in our relations as Repub. nor, in judgment, the relative i

tics, and political dissensions raged with great of Georgia, for instance, would-be-tncmber the Legislature of New York, for the signal the editor, informing him of the facts-the !:. licans Wh'gism, and indirectly applying the of the crisis which has arisen in the ge lc

I violence. Its J prescriptive influences,, were Congress, and others high in station, who, glory iu which he had closed the war at New II means of further information arc at his direct own !, epithet Traitor" to the President, and that ofa politics of the country. It will Undoubted!? ,,
intolerent in the extreme so th.it :Mr.\[ Van Bu- from station alone if from no other consider- Orleans.Is door. I will all not do : driven from ] fated and polluted power" to the Adminis- require the fullest exercise of the pafciasta

reu could not have taken his stand, from mo- ation, arc entitled to notice, give countenance -- anv. thin. more necessary. to convince I II charges, he resorts to iisulting: .interogato.1ries | tration. Will you have the goodness to pub. of the people, and an unshaken fidelity

lives of interest or policy, i.i behalf of the de. and currency to these reports, it may be well I the most sceptical ? j jWe I and to low and malignant insinuations. lish the following, as a reverse of the picture, the part of their official agents t meet it t.cessfully .
mocracy. He was of the people, and loved enough to check the vile and slanderous imputation I I have traced his career from an era. We are not at all disturbed at this course and oblige A REPUBLICAN.TO and honorably. fier.

the people. Indeed,the ordeal through which and bring home, to its authors and. preceding: the war-through it-to its close, :,of that editor : let him continue it ; his gall REPUBLICANS.Awake form my whole duty in Determine O ,,

S. he passed in ina'mtainitig'his) : position, was abettors, the charge of falsehood and dcccp.tioi. during all which lime, his untiring and :active: j jspirit and malice-his gloomy suspicion and hate of I ,awake, and now'each patriot heart that my associates will do likewise andhw.

one out of which but few of his age would .. And he who prefers such a charge I never slept, or abated in its zeal for his I every one not like himself his venom, andleave spit I Put on the shield of- second sober thought," ing seen nothing in recent events to shake

.4 )have come unscathed. Yet, I against ;Martin\ Van Burcn, is guilty of an : country's' honor or her welfare. Through I at all within his range, will spend itsef Convince the wrong to act the Letter part, habitual confidence in the intelligence,m n.

.'Unawcdby ue'lIcc-uIiLrillcd l t)1> gain1 j amount of ignorance or a want of candor, I weal and through woe, he was her champion him as low and as the A!'id save the prize, in blood no dearly bought. tegrity and firmness our countrymen,I

lie met the appeals::! of his friends unshaken ; eithct of which would disgrace a man making and her defender I community as he deserves to be. Freemen attend-the day of glory nears not allow myself to doubt that al the d

I r rejected: their offers, boldly ; and bidding defiance 1 : any pretensions to ordinary intelligence : .S"f y.u ; a word or two Il'for you goI July 24, 1840.___ ____u _. C. Our Ilaglc: raise, to gaze upon the Sun; des which have been thrown the wtyof o!
.. to threatened oppression: declared l for or common honesty. Let him, then, whoever I have done lie t-l.iie SJHIC sc"ricc. and they { 1'or the ,I'loridian. Proclaim aloud with lroli; cheers, the public service, will b speedily and feecessfully c

popular' right and equality. he be, take cither horn of the dilemma he I !know i'... I Quarter blaster General's Office Fla. Ma., 'Yel guard the freedom that our Sins have won. overcome.

The lenders of Federalism in Columbia chooses. What ;Martin Van Uuren opposed 1MIILO AMEIUUAMJS.Quincy Tallahassee, July 23d, 1840. "A fated and pululod! power"-deemed Begging you to return my unfeigned t
slow in that to the last war As much was Thomas Jcf- Fla. to those of fellow citizens of
t county, were not discovering Mr. EDITOR : In compliance with my promise By us unworthy to protect our rights, my
ti young Van Buren possessed a high order of! ferson opposed to Democracy -For'-tlio--rioridian.'-- contained in your last paper, 1 submit to With paper EMBLEM and a PRMMISE field, county, whom you represent, for this gratify.

talents ; and that'unless he could be secured ; It is said: ho supported DC Witt Clinton for The Star of last Tuesday contains, under the public the correspondence between Mr. I Y'clej'l the train-baud "hard cider" knights, ing mark of their respect, and to accept m

to the party, he vas destined to give them a the Presidency in opposition to :Mr.\ Madison. editorial head, further remarks on the subject GAIL and this office. With silken pips and drunken loud hurrahs, I warmest acknowledgements for the spirit i ra

I. great deal of trouble. Already had he become And is this all the evidence: which they bring of the sale, by the Commissioner of Tallahassee In making this mater public, Mr. G. will And cockroach stamping-think to win the day. which you have communicated their wi

I popular with the people. his happy !I in support of thy charge T It is. Now let of a of $:WOO, to which I will have himsclj'lo to blame; its publication is now And rear Whigism on our equal fans, I I am, gentlemen, very respectfully,

_ command of language, his persuasive and impassioned us examine this matter. :Mr. Clinton washimself respectfully! draf public attention. mater justice to myself, after the xeision And mock us with, our own L<>c CABIN sway. Your friend and obedient servant,

.P style of eloquence, the winning a strong war man, and was in favor This draft is asserted to have been dis. given of it in the last "Star," and to the community Arise, be firm, and let the Baron know, MARTIN VAN BUR'
,suavity of his manners, had already given of more energetic measures than those pro. of at sli when mechanics could I that a correct statement should be Tint "Traitors" dwell not in proud freedom's half!;' To Wm. A. Tennille,T. Fort, W m.SanG

: 4 him )high rank as ah orator. These, together posed I by Mr.\ Madison. lie was nominated posed not .a(lor_ materials l furnished! ior thC published. The people aro entitled to know Let 0: the! ttar-light t\inkIer" feebly crow, Farish Carter, Wm. D. Jarratt,
'I get: paid
;. with his ardent espousal of the principles by the Kcpublican members of the Legisla. the course of those claiming the paternity of Columbia's SOilS will ever m.ri! the wall, mond, B. S. Jourdon, C. E. Ryan. Isaac

; of Democracy, had secured to him the confidence turo of N. York-ull supporters of the war. i capitol.Mr Bartlett to act the principle the Union Bank, and who for years past have Aud keep their CABIN hearts, both pure and sound, Newell,G. Leeves, E. Branlley, &Rot-

and esteem of the choice spirits of before the declaration of war by Mr. Madi\ I that it is more seems creditable upon to adhere to a been loading with reproach and abuse all From CASTLEd where shin r-Iaj-lers/ may abound. ell, and .A. M. Horton, Esq.

.t, the Republican party, and excited the alarm 'son. Mr. Van Uurcn had no agency the and statement than to corrector those who ventured to dissent from them in Amid shall a Den lOl UAULE BIRD appear,
of the Federalists. So that it became a 'I nomination, as he was not at that time a liaIse admit his We give him credit opinion, either as to its conduct or mismanagement. \,' greet her FRELTOM wit'.i: a hearty cheer; CHERRY HILL, June 24tb, 184.

;, natter tolhem of ihe last importance, to secure member of that body ; but was elected the for consistency error.at least, even shal if it main They[ will sec, if I am not mis. ; And from her 2tary cap, rub off the mould, Gentlemen:-I have had the lr.
the young radical to themselves, no ':same 'car. At the commencement of the tamed at of moral principle.Now b taken, that these great friends of the Bank arc And see her winning face of virgin gold;- ceive your invitation, in behalf of the"eiti.

4 .. jnatter by what means. Accordingly, hver. next session of the Legislature, November, this a slight expense is calumnious just ready to profit by tIme depreciation of And now- I zeus of Baldwin county, who are

\ Jurcs were made to him, by many of the lead. ( 1812, the very session during which electors and J false., Mr.charge Shines altogether the principal con- the a paper as its enemies. No doubt Mr. Behold the magic wandf of little VAN; : the election of William Henry opt

., ing and influential\ men of that party, some riendly to Mr. Clinton were elected, then ; 3770, in Northern funds, GAMIILE would have preferred, in perfect To kl ep the nation treasine in its rpan,- the Presidency of the United States,",t be
J no doubt from motives of kmdifcss, hclicvii g'chosen I h)' the Legislature, Mr. Van Uurcn tractor, was before paid the sale. On the consistency. with the mystery which he, nnd RECEIVE and IKSUK as the laws provide. presect at the celebration of the approaching
I liim to have been in error. Professor Hoi- 1 took.. for the first time. his- scat in the :Senate.:; eight days all..cd his have continued to throw around the Fife from the trammels of the! Cankin;tribe. Anniversary of American
of the sale of the the day after, party Iodcpeodenci
land thus notices their attempts .< juduce I Thc.Go"cruor at that; time delivered his day draf Bank for wl h'ch Turin Milledgeville. Though I am by
the sale of years past, was only dispelcdbr cons
him to change his political creed." I ispccch in person, to both houses, at the through very procured by 1 the the resolute perseverance of the late evil hour, when pungent conscience slept, circumstances to decline your I
consideration flattering 'opening of the Committees the draft, 83030, more than equal to ma. (And frCedurn'goddess at the folly wept, in
"They urged every session. were tcrials he had furnished paid to Mr. of Representatives, "not to have this matter concur fully your opposition t the election -
I ti to his pride, or which could tempt the nm- appointed to prepare an answer. Mr.\! Van Shines the wrre This, 'Ir. laid before the public;" but he will find his KALSL. AS&CMI-TIOX, under "general! weal, of General Harrison. If there were D

bition of an aspiring youth. They pointed Uurcn was on the committee of the Senate, U.irtlett, could principal have contractor.reference to mistake here, as they did on that occasion. Made an iICIIUS will I banking &1 il; other objections to his election, the adc
I pbt to him the dangerous tendency of what ;and with his own pen prepared, and reported the letter of the Commissioner perceived to the Governor I will here take occasion to inform It.IIOWAItI ,Ar.d chained our I-'MELEM to the Ur.TREE, and insulting position he ha aume r
J they called tho Jacobinical principles of the '!an answer to Governor Tompkins' speech.It in the Floridian of week( before ) GAMHLK, that all communicationsthat (rl JICI801 came: and set I lie goddess:fret- fusing to disclose hi opinions people,

1p party to which he was attached, and the certain was: published, and contained a most trilurnphant published. come to me, either directly or indirectly, Yet hold we :11; that Stales have pjwer to grant on subjects of, importance their wel
b defeat and ruin which waited them. '!! vindication of the juMico as well as Hanking/ Charters f*r tbo eeccral \an- "while! asking their suffrages ( '
continues "Mr.:\ L. did as a public officer, becomes a matter of i'1- Cm tie; tiiciu down, with li-jr.il conN so light rare or te
t The result of every interview was a .liSIp.I. .. 1pointmeut 1|lhu necessity of the war ; and from this lime r : :vy get lie record in the office under highest office in their gift, and tbo

of their hopes to influence. his. I out, his support of that measure. was bothYcr3js'iuZ the j dral on the *Tallahassee.tfFlorTuiaif '-*Fund_. _the* *.how- J L_.__, -.- -_ i _i_ .- my_.-[' contr1 (I, That Each SEU\TK in their t-pherc nuy: not perform wield a to: M.tsrcii's,-right; mummery or log cabin and br dig
-- : ; : 'i I trusty part
I! ,- -- RIQ"1\\tfl"\\1\\'\ ... lIt!' 'f'_nr r.t.; r I' Citntoman clectorc- --chosen. l 'fa\'I-it\'as-a fair business= transaction it would give rise a system of;peculation Ticii: joy and gladness fill the p.itriol heart.. which would dis grace the orgies orra.low.

p. pIes. Finnly fixed in his political .. irUlcl.l, At the ensuing session of the Lcgi-laturc, ( and :; : received the between the ci'izcn' and disbursing officer .Pre"iJenl'"U.U"l'. t : ub Treasury La w.CENTKEVILLE est demagogue, by which his IOmD .h

i : ;. reflection and observation: he blmul: not from I Ifie 1813, the Democratic members of that body! I consideration therefor, with a premium of :ZO hitherto unparalleled. been heralded forth e\'er by highest c

$ severe tests which were applied to the j jptrength adopted an address to the electors of the State, per Cent.'c have our doubt. What evidence As to the assertion of :Mr. G. that there MEETING.A parlizans, would b quite conclusive "it-m

I and integrity of his COI\ictiow" 11'prepared by Mr. Val Uiircn, in support of I have we of the fact ?1" were no threats made, 1 refer the public to the meeting;) of the Democratic Kepudlicans I consider all a gross of contemptooos

t Foiled in their attempts to evcrawc him, the re-election of Guv. Tompkius.) In Mr. Uartlctt: withholds from the public aIctter following certificate of Capt. S. U. Harbour, was held at Centreville on the ISlh instant, insult to the people of the United States and

or influence his fixed determination: they re. this paper, (says Mr. Uutler.) lie welt at received by him, at least two weeks Assistant Quarter Master in the Territorial I agreeably to previous notice. The object of ifa weak, superanuated old man, uterl-de

,. tired, chagrined at his lirnv.H'fts-: ai.d mortifKdut : large into tin C.I es anil grounds of 1 the war, ago, from Mr. WHker; Anderson, who, in the service. JOHN U. COLLINS. I I the meeting was announced by Capt. Joseph tittite of qualifications to sustain ,

his want of t-ucc.e.-. ; but warned him at I and vindicated, with much force of rca absence of (the Commissioner: from the city, I 15. Johnson, when Simeon Theus was calledto or perform the duties of the office, cook! j b

": ", r die same: timc/if the opposition!: :) 1m might; naturally I and with all lime f fervor of youthful olilg'l sold thin tlral; and which, if published, [CJRTU"I\T: ] the chair, and J. .1 Allen appoiutcd Sec. elected President under such, ausic I

r exptcl us the result of Ins obstinacy.He :the indisjtcnsiblc duty and high justice I would[ \' fully explained 1-oth the why and I certify that in! conversation, with Colonel! retary. John Judge, Esq., otcreli the follow should consider it a reproach to coml

,1 knew full well the intent and meaning; of!\\tncasun:." o tle I the wherefore. I informed )''il Ir. Bartlett that ItollnT11: ((; :, he stated, that he under.: 'ing preamble. a.id; resolutions, which were j country. But as a Southern man, I hate

J i f that caution ; hut having i: :, caCul11l'll'! : the cost t, I Hear what he hnu df says in this address: the draft. was to )lr. Levy at a premium tuod that Col. COLLINS had received a l"tcr! unanimously adopted. !I r much graver objections to him. Ho is a N .

: t lie was determined< to abide the result. I Follow citizens, : Your'country i U at war, of :20( per cent, with the knowledge: of Mr. from his son, and that he, Col. C. was :dolt l'luaMULE: I tianal RepuLIica'i, holing all the doctrines

i. Persecution\-bitter, unrelenting; IrscriI.: I and ((;meat IJritai- j is eieimiv.: Indulge us Shim-, the COlltractor-11 that u1 lr. Uartlett to have that letter published; ho CuI (:., at }\'hcrcas-At no period of our eventful I, and principles of party; he"was nominal-,

t I f. live persecution came. He recoiled not.j I in a brief exaln\tiui: : of tle. causes which knew, by direct illfmllltiol: that the the same time observing that Col COLLI history, have the strenuous exertions of the 1,I cd by that party, and will sustain every meas1 -

His character was traduced, his person) ridiculed I I have led to it ; and brief i t time neecs'l transaction: w'ns d'j.ie: fairly\ above board, had better net have it published, l r if he did. j supporters of Democratic principles been !1 urc which may be proposed by its::!great lead

I' II.+ his )principles drandrd\ ;is i infam l <, lit I I sar\ limits of an udJrus-s must l be, yrt not by time Commissioner, hut by a gent IcI blood would follow. This conversation took I' more necessary than at present : the active crs. Mr. Webster never uttered a consn'to-

t integrity questioned, and his aliiliticK snwrcil ', hope: it will be I fou.id bullicient to (;HI.iI1; j j 11:11 of respectability: acting for him, and with place in the Quarter Master General'; Office, opposition of the Federal Bank party, on ac- j' tional doctrine, Mr. Chy never proposed a

.: t ;it, by those who had recenllv exto'.k-d: them." I every honest man of 1 the I HIGH I l ; I JUSTICE I ;:ja full )knowledge! ul a third trsim. Mr. L.j in T.lall' scc. S. B. HAKUOUK, count of hose former misrule the country is '1 measure that General Harrison has-not ,sp

L1 l'. And from this time forth,,he has boen: pur. and 1 IN IISPflNSI) l14I'. NECESSITY J ( (it f j A. Thompson( too, was ofi'ered the draft, at A st. Qr. Master Florida Ma. 1 now sut rig calamities which reach the remotest ported or approved. In fact he will b a'tl

sued with tho vindictive hate amid intolerent the attitude which our Government; has taken; the SII lime, and refused to give so high aprciimituhiI bounds of our Territory ; n rotten and in the hands of these two gentleraenrand to

proscription of Federalism. "JtitJi>, or ruin" of the SACKED DUTY) of every real Ajncrican as 20 per cent. I COflR isi'oumNcI.1: : bloated( currency ; a credit ; dtlin- elect him, would be to,,adopt their principles -

i was us much the motto (If the Foih\ -ral party' to FUppcit t it in that attitude, and of But it is easier, all suits the purpose of( 1 CAMP PLCASAVFS, June 27th, 191. quencies on the part prostrate of banks tolerated and and measures. If southern statesniea

at that time, as it is! of their flatu descend. tho PAKKIC1DAL) VIEWS of those 1:11 deception by the editor better, to ask impertinent | DKAU SIR : 1 went to Col. according encouraged ; the pledging the faith of the'' are prepared for this, I cannot Leliw tb*

4: c-nts, the Whigs of the present day. But refuse (i> dl SO." questions, than to enlighten (the public ,| to orders, and examined his oats, and Territory for the benetit of the few to the injury people are. Having withdrawn entirety

h1 \ never fora moment did it cause fr. Van flu.t .\ter: enumerating tlc causes which led to min,) with a lair statement of (the transaction. j f found them very good article, but the prices of the many ; and the pursuit of a .- from the field of politics, disgusting with.theeverlasting

t reri to faulter in his: course, or swerve from the vvar, IHJ proceeds: Ag.i; i, he says : But admitting the sale very high. 1 enclose his letter to you, and policy tendency i is to weigh down general screamble for office 'which-gttw

: his purpose. He *' Under uch accumulated. circumstances ,I of the draft to Mr. Levy was a fair busimmesstramisaction you can see his prices, &c. and oppress the people, without the least consideration a party coloring to every public measnre I

( "Smiled the drawn dajjjjer,mu' ) defied iu point.,' of insult and of injury, wo a>k again, what j I ; that lie actually paid for the draft I am, Sir, very respectfully, yours, for their welfare,-all loudly call beg it to be understood, that I am utterly opposed -

With his professional. career, which wan& was your Government to ell? We put the I of which, as yet, there is no evidence furnished (Signed' ) JIUIAM: HALL.P. upon every friend to Florida, and to the to the election cf General Har I
most brilliant, w e have little do. question' where did i the patties derive their authority S. If purity > ,
L to Success not to that faction which misrep. ; you want me to. take them, please and prosperity of her institutions, to use ; am not the partizan of Mr. BtD
ful it must have been, when we find his 11:11110associated : resents! the Government t to the People! and or pretended' authority, of f speculating in write. his efforts and to put forth all his though I would greatly prefer him to opOneut. -
energies ,
;, with those of Williams! Van,! Ness, I the People to the Government, ; traduces one 'lhis fund ? Again : adummit- that the parties al the suppoU of the true principles of Republican The principles he has not only Mowed

_ Van Renssclaer and Grosvcnor, of his own I half the nation to cajole' the other ; and, by had the power of speculating in this (fund, is The letter i is the one enclosed to j faith. Be it, then, i j but mantaine openly and firmIft

county, Van Vichten mid Henry of Albany: keeping II distrust and division:,, wishes to I there any evidence that they have done so the Quarter Master General. j Jlcfohc I, That the continuance of a vigi. ( dear,to Suth ; and what i equally
and Emmett and OaKIey of New York aiid. I Lecomc proud arbiter of furlniumil fairly; openly and above board ?1" DKAR SIR 'I in.il.-iv I Awrjwff- *
,---r-- the J :.-- ]!l I : regret mv-J nhselCp"-----J hauL watch and ri!rid _snrniiiiv__... .inin.. mr l,nnL-- portant they are tlzepr'idplerof
_ r. others equally distillgu !. led. 'fate of Anierica-not lo thel, but to every :I Wo would ask the editor, what lib means from hOle, dClri\'cJ me of time pleasure of I hug institutions t --- ,-heretofore o-- v so r >happily v wfc.K */com...*. I am, gentlemen, with great r

- Our business, principally, with him, i is as n sound har and IiIIe5heart in the nation, it j'hy this remark. "of speculating," and yoking meeting you I not prevented from I' mcnccd, is essential to ultimata success in your obedient

pciJitcian.H ] I I is that wo put the quoi-tion, what was y/jur f for evidence that it was done openly and leaving here to.morrow, I would visit your I bringing them within the provisions of their GEO. McDUFFlE.

; l From the time of his! first appearance' on/ j Government. to do ? Was thc basely and in. hove board ? I His I iniluatll I is utterly I Camp-but I cannot do so, as 1 have several charters. I LOG C.\BI .-The Buffaloniaii ,rtewtpa.

-- ho stage of action, as :a supporter of TJios. :gloriously to abandon the rights for; which ,. f false. Does he intend to say (that the I sick negroes who require attention. I Resolved, That we will not give |I speaking of the Log Cabin cxc'
our paper
Jefferson, he continued steadfast in the sup. i your fathers fought and bled ? Was she so |i Commissioner sold the funds at an advance, My oats are for sale at the following prices: port tu public men who refuse to advocate sup. in future Chronicles it will rezul thti -.
-. port of the measure* of his administration.,, i early to cower lo (the nation Inch had sought ,: und put tip proceeds in his pocket, thus di In specie or its equivalent, per hundredweight I thorough and unscrupulous I: says"And behold there were log cabu* '
into ,
A And when it became manifest, from the con. to strangle us in our infancy: and which has : venting ihcm from the public service If HO, ; iu Union Uank money $3. If your time condition of our investigation institutions :i I those .*
liiiucd encroachments of (treat Britain never erased to our lei the i issue be d'stinclly; made : let the Commissioner Quarter-master' will buy it I' let him banking and days. ,
upon Jtarl approach lo manI can have to guard I built them did
with ho dud
; corporations "And those
(he rights of and I hood ? bo I a watchful eye \
a neutrality her during ucts: \u.'c will not for a moment ; removed from if guilty ; 25,000 Ibs. I II that the
ofce. interests
of aggression the high doubt, that and if not, let Mr. Bartlett I I t of the many may not be su. cider exceedingly, from the rising 1
upon seas, that the
a co. 'I every man who i is in truth and ) subject to apprehend oat you saw to-day was f perceded by that of the few. to the down thereof and mtoB8
even going
Jission between that fact the .
nation amid our own an American will that WAIt scorn proceeding from a f false and mali- the most indifferent, I have
r say AND j r a some four or Resolved, That the chairman of this far watches of the night .
)would in all probability bo the ruuult ho i WAR ALONE 'cious accusation. five meeting -
h loads
( s. teas
our only refuge from wagon were injured the field
: ,
Hated not as to his His I national j But to continue his I I appoint n delegation to consist of eight And for those who Har
course. country'scause sickening I rude i of and when hauled in cue
degradaton-our only course to na ignorance were spread on the build. aatf
i to meet in the r there to eat
\ dodger
i persons convention bo corn
he made his own her honor became (jonah prosperity. and to held was given
; impertinence presumption: "Mr.1 log intending that they should used '
: ut
1 his Jiopor-her fame his fame blot could : Strong language this I Levy had b in Tallahassee on the first Saturday in August feasted upon it many days. :
: no for a man to i drt, they say, at 20 per centprcuumiuiii. once. Yours respectfuly, th6ig as-
I ( next, to nominate canddatesbo "And the ends 0
rest on her brightescutcheon,and he not feel 'the last war. And when alluding ll'0ICtl I\ any one else, unconnected (Signed) K. HOWARD LI will upon gable
- he stain. It was tho ) position, and the op. with the work or.e GAl carry out the views confessed in the prcam.ble bins were 'coonskins and the hken-- aSa
iinmedi- the
during J period i disappointment of the c*. i get at same price ? 'elawnec, June 25th 1840. and resolutions. militude sent the l
thereof over
utely preceding and throughout (he war, that pectation" tbit when the country should 1x3 Could not double that premium have been ob. was :4 _
lid patriotism shone with in war, j I'I'il'ohed taincd for Resolved, That we nro pleased with the the east even u'nlo[ the. west. J -
lustre. tdsh drafts ? lint
brightest every and | specie lastly, where Quarter Master General's OJice Fla.
every 1llt. Ma., public services of Leon's last "' And it came'(lo that many
.lie boldly advocated all the ment would be is tho evidence that Legislative pass d
measures by Jef exclusively Levy ever paid Tallahassee
American June
27 1840. '
1r. any ,
ferson and Madison for the maintenance ofpur the destructive tendency of such opposition to', thing at all, either draft or the premium R. HOWARD GAMBLE : preacntatives tho ; tai they have given, in their the log cabins, and the glory the* .
national ,rights and the our national intercut, he adds 1 Still, there has been Sitf I have votes, strongest assurances that the ad. increase,'for that ho nevcrpulled i
J protection, of our : An ojipo- ] l yet, no satis : received your letter of ,the ministration of *
our has been of h is door
4 national) honor. The embargo and the non- sition at once unceasing and Malignant, is factory evidence, shewing that Mr. Levyev.cr 27th inst. addressed t to Capt. Hal in relation Lie to us"and ntair' hlor. lch. *

intercourse law ,were the two great measures still continued (to every measure of the Ad. !' paid any thing for thenTbut a promise to to the price of Ihe out you dispose of, I I Resolved, "That there WIFE. .? J
4 of these ndm nistrations. In relation tomeasures theJA.. ministration"," does this look like onuositinn 1 ; t pay, which, accordilL to their creed., mb and in answer thereto, I have to state that, I b a committee of There u no,combination of letters ia 'd
--- n -
L I cannot, do better than to allow) Would: he have condemned himself i in such I J repudiated any day." cannot and trill not, be an instrument in do. I correspondence' of furthering appointed tho by the chairfor..the {, English! language. which excites P *
1. one [the Hon. JJ. F. Really, wo I I purpodb objects of this : associations.to ,t1 5 ;
Butler, late Attorney strong language ? 1 cannot resist the impression, predating (tho bills of the Union Dank to the I meeting. 'and interesting
t. General U. 8.J] who knew him well, uas Ills But again : *' Fellow citizens, (he conlinues that the editor was either crazy or that his standard mentioned therein-that is to
bosom friend and confident, and who stands ,) these things will not do. They arc in.trinsicahly article was written after a visit to the Log per cent below par. It is the desire of President appointed the f resolutions, the the mind a'cberfI'compaQn,a dt, -

UDHnpeacbod; arid i nmpeochable, before the wrong: your country has engaged Cabin" in :our city. Mr. Levy, he really 'myself, or those with whom no I act in the Territorial DelegaioWm., G. Ponder wing persons,: adi a 'Bjfo.
public, to speak for him a war in the'last had the,draft given him service Capt. Jo. and-au'ever,afiectionate eoc Ttqn
j t degree unavoidable; !I think nothing was to do any thing but justice to ,B. Johnson John ;
Ilia support uf the I cot its i'for the draft that eeph JudgeJohn Felkill, Jmae of a1Oe11 Jg.,
Government was not wage to,the destrcton of the,right or the premium !f no Institution. Thomas Johns, Richard Whitaker It < ijuresisp
merely active but zealous,nor was his the zeAl bt in our own ; it iMhere. satiBfactoryproof shewing that he paid any :I will purchase your oats at $2 per hun. Houck'and Richard Daie finding woman, who cheerfully :

ordinary men. Jt absorbed his whole soul; (ore,your bounden duty,to support her., thing but a mre'prnlse to pay dred weight, in the_currency, of the country. Committee of areoter. contribute toy'ourhappineth'tOy9U
: ;tf W to untinng exertion ; it was exhibited on I At the cale: sossion, ot the Legislature, I Now, witn! tbi specimen of fairness and I am, Sir, respectfully.'yr." obt. servt. Thou5, William I Coelp1nceViil the cupWlbCZ'QrwCaitha, wO

Setmbr, 181 convened by Gor. Tom.?,. I I love of truth, community may flatter them. (Signed), JNO._ 'B. COLLINS M.'IIilLOn- motion of Capt nd'JOn destiny may oflei: *tbe>ord trig ism OT
Qr. Mr. Genl F. M. Jol US with te e greaiesf earthly fe1

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jlui gETS I ** pleases.' But he is to run up another flag, If _j in good credit, they could :_.__ t, Vl
keep out a LU ___ : -- ...-..
'THE FJLORlPlAiy try another battle. Well, be it so. But before I greater amount than if depreciated. This is C IILOIUDE TION OF .LIME; and SOLU. Fdbct,IL.'toda e of':dams bona. jfide owned; -.-_ -- "-=1- _, -W

---- I' we begin, let as hear from the Admiral the secret of the credit OF CHLORIDE OF SODA, Co de. members of.this As ocJ lIon, to"be ono year old ".. -v. 4
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA: or gullibility system. stroyiDp Contagion, Decomposing Pestilential the .FC-
tpriag ;
.__ ._ .. what he proposes,' and will be after. Let us The borrower of a bank gives his notes, for fiovia sale, and neutralizing strong; o oflenrive Cor Ef are exhibited.preceding_ The beat tho'meetlnf Coif to-receive at :which a Prize they .-

25 ISIO.OF.STA know what we are to fight about. What is by RANDOLPH te I Cop of lie'value of ,
Saturday, July drawing interest, for the bank notes, draw. one frundredjfaJlara, and the t .
.-- ------ Conservatism, and who are Conservatives ing no interest. The Last Notice 01 Tax Collector. best Fillie a Prize Cup of tho valne fiAy dollars, :
= folks would to be .
try to pursuance of will attend adjudged by a Committee unotlexs than -
IN at the
'OR shceyou eschew and wont recognize Whigs keep out all fglow. three members of the
they could, instead of calling in. lug plae"f. for the purpose of Association and to be awarded -

MARTIN VAN BUREN. Harrisonites, Bankitca. die.? What is it you : It would seem as if they had no intention of COUATY TAXES OF LEON, for the prfssnl by the Association; seven Kemberr being necessary BY 35DW19T MY. DORSET.

? Is there year:. to form a anorum. The arize* to be uaid for 'Nn. I Rmi'R, rr. '
TO = propose any measure that you or I resummg. it is self, self-ther: own interest At Parish's store Saturday, 15th out ofthe funds of the Association.. The tint-show ,- :
o August.
F". in the last Star, enquires why we any nf your nartv ran KIIOTH>S| r\r nrnnnan .Tnr which is looked Hence At 8behec'. on Monday 17ib. to take place nt the annual meeting of tho "Talla- -

did not publish the proceedings of the independent J the good of the country-or .illk:: ; to. the public AI Cro-nartic'B Or Tuesday 18Ui. ,I liasaee Jockey Club" tt: 1842. : On WEDNESDAY-NORXINGJXEXT,
that' up I meetings of the stockholders, we have heard At George Yonng's on 19tb. 1 i:i Rule 4tb There shall be opened annually, the at II o'clock, at mu; auction TOaaa,'I.will,sell. ? ;

City Greys, and intimates ('the old trade qf opposing every thing pro. of, to keep their bills afloat. They think At John W: Hale't on Thursday 20th. I I following Sweep-stakes, to be run for in the order 2 hbd. SIDES; -- .' *', '. .
'. for political reasons. We have not posed Ly others and they At TallaJiajMce, ou I in which they follow, as the JvrA race on the three lhhd.HAMS; *_ f *-"Jbl. > e
it was j carping at I Friday sod
connected every thing can resolve them into good credit. It is all 21st and SedAI SaLrday, tlel first days and a handi-cap purse," theJirJt race.on 5 .. PORK; -..,
been able to discover any politics I: that docs not come from some immaculate nonsense the St. J I I the last day of the Animal Jnrlcrv Chili Rae I 10 bU. FLOUR; .
the ;, .. l : neonle. are not so easily. de. ark mi \V edne_u_ d_:v 9f1.. over :
with the celebration ; we are assured by uovcrnor, liank rresidentJudgeor Director. ccivcd. -J -- At Shell al Wilham: "Walker',, on Thurs I tim? Marion ,Course, free for, any' Colt; or Fillic i i 10 bis. No. I HERRING. .-

that intended, and that the For the day the 27th instant. raised or owned by a member of this Association, Also A lot SHOES, HATS' DRY.GOODS. ,
officers none were present, we will defer
our answer Al Magnolia being the produce of a dam lvn.J\dt the &e.. li-c. -
cndeavortorenderitapoh'ticalcelehranon on Eriday the 28lh. property
interference of F" in the matter, to about the Resolutions of the Convention, to 011 the 12th instant, a party of Indians At Blocker's on Monday the 31st. of a member. Tho entry to be notified to the Sec. The groceries have been received front New Orleans

was which you have called our attention. Next made their appearance on the plantation of I will attend at them.evcralplacea above rctary of the Jockey Club on or before the first the last wce., and are warranted- ,sweet" and

unauthorized and displeasing. So far as we week you shall hear from us. Mr. Hawkins, about tlirao miles from Chatta. ed A from 11 I I o'clock attendance A. M. till 3 o't*>ck P. Uenliun.l' post day November viz: in each year, and named at the sound.July 25 '5g_ .

we applied for the copy of I hoochie, entered the cow and killed PUDCtua i i.earnestly requested, as 1st. A sweep-slakes for 2 olds! mile oaU _-
are concerned, \Vc have heard it pen sev.. indu'gcncc than the law IIOWI will not be I' year one 1 .hft week after the Fourth,but they"could reported that the Union cral calves. Mr. II. the noise granted L. HART, Subscriptiou 9100-forfeit $50. _
the toasts.n__ Ifank nriQ sold cntitn_ rC. thn.. .*.., n: ?.*_ rrr.r\ hearing went! .iulv; ,, 29 C -. .. 2J. A .weep-Btah'. ] a -fnf-- 3- "mt--.f -nld..--, -Ann.- .rrkitA..- Tl..--ttl--. #
not be furnished in time. They were bonds in New -.00 .UUUUu hJV out with his gun, upon which the Indians fled, .. \Ul. ICOO01. Subscription five bales J of Cotton of four hun 4X0Commission .

published in the nest Star ; and no requesthas York. We do not credit the i carrying off their plunder and the only Inc Subset .O'J'ICE. dred pounds weight each-forfeit two bales. Merchant
report.Ve arc informed I negro rcqoesls all those indebted to 3d. A sweep-slakes for 3 olds two mile heals. SALE DAYS-Wednesday* apdSaisrdays.AUCTJON .
on year
since been made, either personally or that the Bank good authority, boy belonging to Mr. H. The boy has since tie him. on note or open acount to call and set- Subscription 300-forfeit $100. -

through the Star, that we should copy them. has been obliged to borrow mo. : been found shot, and his head cut off. Pur.. immediately. All! as indulgence cannot be 4h.: A Handi-Cap Purse, not to exceed $300 out i _
ney in New York to pay the half in. suit given accounts unsettled! ly the first of Sepembcr of ibe funds of the Assoeiationone mile heats. WILL le cold to the highest bidder on SAT
satisfied with
we believe, are was given as soon as information could beiut| in suit.:
The company crest due this wi 3 best in 5.-Free for alt the competitors in the ) the 2ith Imtni TWO NEGRO -
month in
our course, and will not thank the editor for Londonwhich would : reach Capt. Rogers' company. The Indians July 2., J840. 52 LEVI CARLTON.LAST foregoing Stakes, agreeable. to the rules of WOMEN : One a.first rate COOK; tho

hardly have been the case had the bonds been were trailed NOTICE. lJalJ i-cap Races. Kntrarco $ i0. other a good FIELD HAND. M*yA fine RIDING -
he has published. to an abandoned -
notice plantation of
sold.Ve learn, however that THE Commissioner's Book has been taken by the above Association there are now about HORSE.
-a- I a motion has Mrs. Chapman's, where appearances iridica. one from the office of the Commissionerof thirty Subbeiiuers. Gentlemen wishing to become Terms of S lo:-For the cook and tiding horse,
The Editor of the Star thinks it best for his II made, and debated before the Board of ted they had icmained several days before the City of Tallahassee. The return of it will members, are requested to call on the Secretary one-quarter of the purchase ,money ethe balance .

frieuds in the different Counties to select Directors, to permit the interest due and becoming I they made the attack. The be thankfully received,or information where it cane and subscribe their names.Tallahassee 1st January next ; fur the field hand,'a credit
old houses were > procured. until the 1st January next. "

their candidates for the Legislntive Council], : due from the stockholders to lie over,I burned, hogs killed, and other damage done. Information having been given me that persons I (Florida) Races. R. J. HACKLEY.

without any reference to their Whigism, their unpaid, till .the growing crop of cotton can I Their number was supposed to be from ten are depredating upon the public! lands near the ci- THE UAL MEETING FOR 1811 will Tallahassee, Jnly 18. IC40 1

their Van Burenism. Let be brought to market. The i I 't.hy cutting and hauling away the wood, notice over the .Marion Course, Notice. .
Hairisonism, or adoption of this
| fifteen and I I i that '
jto were trailed from this 'planta.1 prosecutions! bo instituted On
against the Purchasers of Lot in
Wednesday 13th the East half of
the only questions be, are they Florida Con. motion, we understand, was warmly pressed i: tion to the river swamp, where they separa-j I all Buch as Uiall J be found comiuittinj treiipa.sus.THOMAS and continue 4 days, free for all January Homes owned next, in TilE 35 in Township 1 of Range'1 North

scrvatives?-are they opposed to the mad and j J by the ultra Bank men.Vc hope that it II July 1 BALTZLLL, Florida or the lower Counties of Georgia and and We.t, are requested to come forward prior to .

destructive schemes of the Loco Focus ?" will not pass ; and that the Territorial directors ted.A I 51; Conituimoner. Ala ba the 20Hi instant, and settle for the fame, or on thai

will day or two since, w e are informed, a Rutaliaga tV lUangle\'irlzelsed, FIRST DAT-A Jockey Club Purse of $100-1 day the property will revert to the original o"ncr.
This is tair and honest in the Admiral attend to it, and, oppose any such j I! gentleman, riding on the Augustine road I, a Fal Gadeu SCfd.for lale mile heats. HACKLEY, Auctioned.
I a
f\'m: much. i has thc cause of truth, of .princi- movement. If the stockholders, rrninnt n__. __ nsv_ ; few miles from I! by \NUOLll& LEWIS. SECOND DAT-A Jockey Club Purse of$200-2 Tallahassee;May 7, 1340 4t
---- 1. ; Randall's
MJ- -- I Judge was fired July I IS 51ITliddfe mile heats.
and the people gained. Nor do we re- their interest, how can the Hank pay ? If| I I -- Jamaica & New England Bnm,
jle, ( the j I II upon by two Indians, concealed by the road District of Florida I THIRD DAT-A Jockey Club Purse for $503mile American GinCojnac and com
it as a slight concession, when an old I stockholders cannot pay their interest, Arthur In Leon heats, Madoira and
gard j side. lie was leading another horse beside IGil } Superior Court. I moo Brandy, Malaga Claret Wines,
how I will! they the vs. >To November FOURTH DAT-PropricLor' Puree $200-1 mile Havana white and double-refined Leaf
like :Ir. Bartlett, who has but a few J pay principal } Let the Term:40. .
Editor the
I stock be forfeited one he rode ; but, dropping the reins, James P. Worth. ) AssNmnpritDamacs heats. 3 btt in 5 Entrance 10 per cent. Brown's, Myers, and common Tobacco-- SpanishCigarsHavana

months since took up the cause of Harrison and sold to individuals] who made his escape ithout injury. Assistance $.'5000-Attachment for $131. And the following Sweep-stakes nrw open, Coff eSpcrrn Candle*,No. 1 Soap,
can and will be punctual. There above named defendant and will be run for, if they art filled, before lhe & Lemon .
with all the ardor and zeal of youth, present. ,. should be : THE and Raspberry Syrcp & ,fcc- landed from
': no favoritism the small I I being obtained, the trail was found, and the ii.tero'ted. are hereby notified o.'lhe Jockey Club Race rn the three first days. brig Luna, and for sale by
unsubdued confidence and
in<*it in terms of ; I ft1l.. 1__._ ___ 1 gencr- Indians followed some distance.. they_ havinrr institution of the above named suit and arc here- FIRST DAV.-A Post-stakes? free for all ages, 2 May 30. SPENGLER & LYMAN.joly .
with o force and vigor almost unequalled, j j"II., Ihln; palO Up ; aim H me large ones cannot secured the loose n ----n.c bv-. 'rpn"ir-'-. .fl'n- .- --ir'--. --- ...A. J".4U.1__.' .HltnC_ .L Qccarau__LJ _'< .mile beats. _n._. -.1."h""rinlin.._. .CO.._.. r..t....".. tI.v".v.i-.fl 4. uc k. -
: do the same divide the horseuj which they were fled in the same, according to the statute in such run for before the Jockey Club Race, on the first Bacon Sides.
staking an editorial standing of years upon it, ., stock till all shall riding alternately, carrying off a pair of sad. case made and provided. day of the next Tallahissee Jockey Club Races. 3 0 cub just landing from schr Urchin,and

and venturing upon' "it his hopes of support in be able to pay punctually. This is the only Dated this lath July 1S40. 3 Subscribers necessary to make a I lace: : for sale by

:(|I wato bring the Bank die-bags and contents. JAMES A. BERTHELOTT SECOND DAy.-A Sweep-stakes for Three year 4 SPENGLEtt & LYMAIf.
I When he gives amid out of its difficulties.
community. up, -
II a new We heard a gentleman July 18 51 for PIThead olj, 1 mile heats. Subscription $200; forfeit $100
It will say yesterday, that Alfy ; Flour, Sugar and Coffee
I of advancement in the ,[ require the greatest vigilance and best to be run for before
the Club
luc Race
bright prospects Jockey on the
his I from tile schooner and for
on way to this place from he Quarters Florida militia landing _
I Georgia, second Just
of the
of administra. management to save the Bank day next Tallahassee Jockey Club
future, and the glories a new from ruin ; ADJT. ASD I.vsr. GENERAL'S by
(1 passed an Indian and on the road OFFICE, Race3 Subscribers to make Race.
and if the negro near necc&sary a I jul 4 SPENGLER & LYMAN.
tion when the reproaches of frieuds, tho interest is not promptly paid all Tallahasssc THIRD
by Gen. Parlvhill's 17lh July, 1840. Ay.-A Sweep-stake fur 2 year olds, 1
taunts of foes, the clamors of misguided :! parties, the end of the institution is near at plantation. The negro carried GENERAL ORDER-NO. II. I mile out. Subscription $100: forfeit $50; to be i S pecie and New Orleans Funds
(! hand. a large club, and had his budget well The following instruction run for before the Jockey Club Race oa the third Wanted-For which the highest premium
brawlers and dcclaimers in the public Every friend of the Bank should in. have been received will be SPENGl LYMAN.
empty ] ,: stored with roasting ears, &c. The Indian from His ROBCBT RAYMOND REID, I. day of the next Tallahassee Jockey Club Races. 3 |paid by -
feist 46
streets, cannot infi-Jcnce him to hold on- upon promptness in this regard. Coinmaiider-in-Chicf the Florida Militia. The Subscribers necessary to make a 15ace. jane

when we thus see an old soldicrtrailled to fighting j wore a white turban, had no arms, and offeredno attention of the-Commanding Officers of Brigades, Subscription to the above Stakes can be mado by New York, Charleston and Georgia

I I It would aflbrd us infinite gratification to show of hostility.We J Regiments, and V Volunteer Corps, is earnestly/ in letter addressed to the Secretary of the Tallahassee 1. Funds Wanted-For which thehighest

i -and who for many years has !been hotly :; be able] to state how the Union Bank Pensa- think it our duty to caution our citizens .f' Yoke,to the strict fulfillment of the injunctions!I Jockey Club any time before the 15ih day of December premium will be paid.

engaged ia flood and field, giving and contained. Any dircliclion of duty on the next when they will be cbsed; the entry to juneS SPENGLER &LYMAN.
recclr.1 cola Bank, and Southern Life Insurance & ,to be on the alert. It is reported that part of Officers reativc! thereto, will meet with be named the evening before the Race. -
ing blows-when such a man gives I prompt and merited Mr. F. P. GEROU" is now engaged at the Ma- :. Flour, Bacon, Lard, Molasses
} Trust Co., expect to their annual a number of Indians have recrossed the Su. disapprobation./
pay The rio,, Course aud landing frbmUrt Ecbr.
I ba Stable
the white leather and he I : the different opened Training
san can fight no Otcerl Regimentswill
commmdinj Pacific and for sale
I the foreign Jew brokers. watinee, since the destruction of their be the accommodation gentlemen who have Hora.-s by
cropsin : constantly General Order No. 9-
longer can we conclude otherwise than that 3,000,000 Union B'k at 6 pr ct is 160,000 the East. Whether this report be true or by 1 strict comulnC: with which it is to bo hoped to train. Mr. Gcn w is well known as an experienced May 30 SPENGLER & LYMAN-

the cause is bad, is utteily desperate and 500,000 Pens. Bank false that an efficient protection wi Le afforded the Trainer; and the fullest confidence may be NOTICE. -
nrich caution
30,000 cannot be observed. frontier placed in hIS cafe .
against tit fOt!. management of Horse" committed IbURING my absence from the 'Territory'
hopeless.Mr. 400,000 S. L, c.T.. Co. 24,000 By order of Excellency, R. R. REID Com- to his charge. THOS. BROWN, K7( James A. Drakeand Daniel M'Racny-aia

Bartlett is not the man to retire from I Jr; \\'e are authorized to announce WILLIAM I Iu. I )andcr.il-CIJief July l Id 51 Secretary and Proprietor my attorizcd agents.

honest scr\'icc.. nrln flpsn.'iir nfi rnr>fl cius fton.i.... nrm } l\lOEl..fY.. T..n... and 1\Iai.;],r IHIIM I. ..A, v.1 1n GRAIALAdjl. myaull ,-n T. U. LUNN_
I 'vvu --oJ ---- -- -- AN -
c ---- which has to be in L OU I! the Dc tic and Insp. Gen;!. Fla.: Ms. I ORDE'IANCE. NOTICE -
paid as mocru candidates
nut 11Ii aud annually specie. This : ; to rcprc&e&enl
sees, w ho can fail to sec, that the j To amend an Ordinance entitled An Ordinance
amounts to $117,000 6 '.ho county of Jcffcrton in the next Lcgi&lalivcCouncil. to prohibit hereby giventhat I shall institute nit in the
months 81950 EXECUTIVE Shop-keepers from IS
cause of the South is with Mr. Van IJurcn; every ; DEIUT1EST, t keeping open County Court of Leon -
e very month 050 : July lB. 1 17th 1840. their Stores and_ Shops on the Sabbath day county. upon a mortgage -
that the great principles which for yeais she ; every day ; 27 per Sit-General Talhuscc. July, passed April 2d. 1840. made and executed to me, by Ferdinand LaBeux
hour, tar. / O* The' lends of Capt. ALEXANDER -R1UTED harfng determined to upon Lot No. forty-three ((43) in the South
> CllUAll'l
bas been aid blood removethe : of Section 1. DC it ordained
advocating, : ready to peril greater pal tl.e Regular Forces to by the Inlecdant and halfof the
auJ life for, are connected with his success, This has to be tnuJc in profits by tho b nks .VI) : lii announce him a candidate fur the Colnccy t1! East of the Suwnnnec, it is highly important Council of the City ot Tallahassee, That from and lying and bein County in Leon quarter-section county and of land that situate shall,

out of the of -' to fill llioucancy in the 7th Kcgimenl vf that the troops in the Territorial Htn'icc. the Millliaof after the passage ftf this ordinance. all bar-room1, ;
and people the Can the apply, according to law for the foreclosure of said
will be country.
jeop trJc bv his defeat. Is the Middle and restaurant
FJ..ida11111i01.. uccatiiusit-J by the rttsjrnaUon of Welt F'urita. and the Inhabitantsgrne : hotels taverns, and all other pi a cos petition filed this
after country stand this tax ? With a population grne .Hjr, *>o more yiilanL shun intcustanLIy or ahous ia tvhieli ioiritous; vinous mortgage upon day.
l, struggKng valorously against c<01. .\. A. Fibhcr. Juy! 18.I ercr or liquors are me 25th. 1840. CHARLES BECKSTEIN.. ,
of souls on the alert/ to resist the incursions of I or shall be cold, shall be deemed to be included
52,000 this tax is the heaviest ------ une 7 48 4m
a I'rotectiTaril1, Dank of the U. States, impo. ,I 1CT We aro authorised lo announce' l1ELJIAi the enemy. No doubt the Indians, emboldened by ) within he prohibition specified in the ordinance to eow
Internal std on any people on earth. If these banks the departure of such a iiuml of from which this is an amendment, far relate the ELECTION NOTICE.N .
Improvements and Abolition-after \. lA1IL.: as. u candidate, for lhe office of Colonel >2r men the so as tj
loan .Middle/ District, will seck vending spiritouis or Yircus J liquor N ELECTION for Colonel I of the Seventh
offices to attack
gaming all,to give up all, and ignobly throw were mere those who borrowed of the 7ti! It gifIJenL of !'lvndalihLia fur Lc- the tct2lItntl, and it u tlie opportunity,duty of citizen: I Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, '1 hat the same .E Regiment Florida Militia, to fill the vacancy .a

herself] into the arms of her bitterest enemies, only would ha e to pay. Hut by thy refined ;1. Di) Count). J uly.1.aT whether in or out of tervire, to be every prrpari'd, not penalties: bhall/ be imposed for violations of this or- occasioned by the resignation ot'CoL A. A.Fisher, twill I
of only lo lhe but i i dinancc as for bo hoUi by the oilie ra cf the teverml be U in
the adftcatesof process' bunking, and its effect aud i \\'c authorized rcpe enemy to give a good accountof j imposed violations of the oidinance -
all this madness? No : the opera. j' are to announce OlIN F- him, hoiilil h-3 appear open our frontier. I to which this is an amen imeut. Leon County:on Saturday, the 25th last.

South recurring to her past bright historv, lion 0:1 the] prices of property and goods, the! .WILLIAMS an a candidate for the office of Colonel You will direct tho Colonel I Commanding tho Passed in Council this 13th day nf July,1S40. Reports of the Election to be made to lie oadcr-

Las but one course to "* people hav c to pay it. The I following extract : of lhe 7lh lii'ginieiit of Florida Mil.tia, to till Volunteers in service, to cause an incessant scout L. A. ThOM SON, signed at Tallahassee, within ten days thereafter,
adopt-a gloriou, on.: I ing to Lc kept up, brt\\ecn the and Test- IntendentJAS. according to Javr. JOSHUA TAYLOR, -'
tells the truth better than i tIle'aclncy occasioned the rosignalion of Col. posts, in the ad.
ward course, DO: to be improved by success, : we can express it : !1 A. A.Fisher. IJ 18. j jaccnt hammocks and snainpr; and you will take : ILanvClcrk. July 18 51 July 4 49 Major Comm&D.din-'
nor dimmed Wuo J'AYSOU JT ?-Mr. in : July mea: ure, if have
by ddeal. The South, true tu'' Ingersoll, - you not already done so, for the NOTICE. Lost or mislaid,
her *-pcikiRg of the enormous sums we owe Kng- i ,. f-\V'c arc a utb Drifted to announce Captain immediate organization of the Militia; and if your NOTE of hand for
own weeks after date dollars
generous to her ''order application will be made twenty-two given
purposes upright are not A
and noble I laud, in consequence of uvcr.borruwing, J"*cih; B.JuhiiMKi, as a candidate fur the office of I i promptly obeyed, yon will report the SIX the Honorable the Judge Gadsden County by George Young ,to the Subscriber, dated
position:: is not so weak as to he in- I and Colonel of the 7th I delinquent amt refractory, to the end that the Iwj'j some time in 'last. All .
over-dealing over-bauking, by which we Ilcgiincnl of F1'jfld.Liitia: fur! of the land enforced fur letters of disunion as administrator bo I January persons are caolioucd
flaenced by the empty' aud pueri le mockerySouth have built roads where there are no travelers, Leon (oUfily. I I To the Alil.lia may br we look for against the lln-m. of ,I nis non of the estate of Elijah AV. Sweat, Jc 'd., : against trading fot the said note. 'A liberal
If protection our late ofsaid reward will bf given to the finder on. it
hard : returning
j to
cider and = tomes uiiJ county.
log cabin fchows. She towns and = -- -- firesides but Low .
"ill paper paper villages, very proper. Pork iiid aeon. ., iiieraIs of afclywilhoul can they prove in itrul July 18, 1840 51 JOHN 11. RHODES. July' 1840 49 JAMESC. \VELLS
not asks Flour l organizalion/lisciptine and -
Jy : -
support a man who has 1S .
prcsclltopinions FLOUIt I I subordination Notice -

but appeals to old speeches f for his .. '.\lid who is to pay these enormous debts! 20 t) buIl J'ill.ME PORK. I I j tl'ICsd\c to ?be lulled Our People into/ a should false security not permit; it HAVE received PRIVATE on conbiguuirntand SALE. will sell. D URINQ my absence from, the Territory,

\'icWSi; wjo; employs,) a committee to write his 'Not those who contracted them. No. Not 2Ocskl1)flS I j i i ilpovbettliel; u hen or w her w India*** may r I 30,000 fect firt quality flooring hoards; Messrs.iMtKnanjjht & Ornioud are ray au.thome ..
letters and the bankers, speculators, and others of that : do HAMS !,I ther appearance; wo should prepared for il1 50,000 inch do d a enu. JOHN LEDGERWOOD: .

44 allows them to say, the !riiblo Ten Thousand who were to march Now landing fram schr. Victoria, from New Or every u licrr, and at all times. It is confidently heJievcJ L 30,000"' 3-4 weatherboarding; _Jur U."Il-tJ: se- _

is, thatthe: General make no further Icull, and for .uleby EDWIN W. UOIISEY, that ,'itllickts around at eipohcd 10,000"' scintling : .
1 romn Wall street Washington.. Oh .' h'uss al ; Strayed, _
no.I'hese No. 3
july Hon.
"atiao of his principles for the 1l : leny' ; v itt! armed AT IHJIIK', pro. I 10.000 >' sills and plates'; FROM the Subscriber, on the 21th ah.a large
) are Dot the .
paymasters; these are pared fur dofcncr; with a Militia determined to i 30,000" joice; Horse;he formerly belonged to )Ir. Me-
occupying his present ) l fighting men ; the bloody silk stockings ;: Ten Dollars Kcuard. beat back ar.d pursue tIll enemy; with the Volunteers I 100 casks lime; I Carty, of St. Marks, and is believed now to be ia_

*committee are .strengthened in regard I& fopliugs of bank hours ; the dragoons of. R 1 ANAWAY. from the SubcriUrrrcsdinJz2eai: r continually in motion on a lino beyond the 10 his pirkkd cad. that neighborhood. A liberal reward will be given

propriety.of this policy, from the always-spend I June laN all African Negro, named Aleck, beIng ourselves, until more active operations of the HEAD i city. C. P. MAI1ER.Tullahassoe .
atiou that the National Convention a crown out of sixpence a day, and borrow l to Dujiont,".f-. Ho was hired to fal!! and winter months shah commence. Care and : QUARTERS! FLORIDA MILITIA, I I __ ,Jnly 4. 1310 j\

it impolitic (sixpence. These heroic patriots will'j| i j a iatt January by It. J. ilackley, Auciionocr, of activity; fur a shot I time, may prevent the effusion< ADJUTANT GENERALOFFICE, I _

at till then crisis, to L nothing. They are above it. The debts j't),ji city. The ubove reward wil Lo given for hi. ol'Ll, od :i"d! dcblruclion of pioperty. I Tallahassee! Florida, July 5th, 1S40. ; List in or Letters

1 general It.declaration of the views of L are to be paid by the work, the sweat the i( iJ'lrca'nsicl in any jail of tll Territory and all I You will take care to encourage the formation GENERAL OR.DER.-sO. 10. Remaining the Font Geo.Office nt Thomasville
I of Volui.tocr County on the rooming of_
delivered in Comp.inien tho
being to me Taljlisstc.July .
"opposition party ; and certainly, the arms, and the daily toil of the people, I JBid 52 JOHN R. LLOYiJ.PKOCL.AITIATIOIV The r.zccutive havo throughout pleasure in endeavoring Territory. The Officers commanding Regiments in the Mi. the first day of July, 1840. Such of which lettersas
Ilt [ireseut 2 wil i'tia .f this Territory will transmit to this office shall remain three months thereafter betas'
remains a
unaltered. neverkcq accounts at bank, never gediscount t I I to procure for Comjiacics arms aud accoutre I may
lift of lhe name of lhe Commissioned Officers in dead letters,sent to the General Post.Office.
It almost never speculate, but labor. Yes : mnn'.H. Tallahassee Guards, tho ludeptiulcnt
sickens us to the i their respective commands, with the dates Adams J Thomas Nathaniel *
I see ) : City Greys, tho lola Volunteers and lhe enLreI together I I Lavell.
friends mother earth and father labor BY ROBERT RAYMOND REID! I -.
that ) of their appointlneul's.1iJ. Adams Dennis
Ollce Hussars JlIcAnley Donald-
reputable but deluded I vie will hold themselves in teadine to
Whigs : for ; agriculture and American manufacturcs conaNOI Of FLORIDA. wherever and whenever! they be directed order of His Excellency COT. R._ R. RKIO, I Abbott Wyche ItfcCall WilliaraTAntlcy '-. ,

years claiming all the I must pay these foreign debts of W HEREAS, it in made known to me, that and the pub i h service may require may Coinmanaer.inChicfJNO.. GRAHAM, f GeorgeMel.cncfoD :

honesty of the country-basing their extravagant and dissipated children of BRYANT MIIEDITI: : Jncksoii Co., You will facilitate, a much as possible lhe orgtnizalion Adjt. and (nsp. CooL F. M.QUARTfill Akridiro James AJcLenJon James -...I
www to public is called who was confined in ji lid County, under of lhe Regiment intended for U.! S. MASTER Alderman, rgtt IUCZJVy- \Ytllmn- -. ; .
commerce but in fact \ERALS OFFICE 1'
confidence the .
the .
on wager Alderman Daniel McGbee
a charge of murder has his from said tcrvice-ibe Conipauies 'ill I be Sol! -
of escape composing
their priuci'lw_>assuming to reject 'I The soil and wages of day labor, theworking jail.j und is now at large.: mustered out of the .Territorial service; ; they.are FLORIDA MILITIA, Adams Harmon Mel\JarrainErJD.hoth :,:;.. ', "

appeals,agrarian notions respect'I idle men.' "-New Era. NOW KNOW Ykl;, That I, Roazar: RATMO.NDlEii be received ,into Uio U.5. soi vice for the term of to TALLAHASSEE I, Clb: 1840. t Blount John H Mitchell Thomas Q: -?. '. _. ."ifr

to see them and selfish ; Besides this in 25 j[ >, Governor of Florida, by virtue of the author three months; each company consist of 61 Privates FELLOW CITIXKNS-i am nutrucled by His Ex- r BUlk JohnBranch betlEJiuheth .' .
Callen from years, 83,900,000 has wi celteucy ROBERT I'ATUOND REID to proceed to collect -I Peler Matthias John- : : .
their high i ty vested in me by law, do hereby offer a REWARD JCaptainI 1st ., second Lieut. 4 I .5.
ignobly ') be disgorged.] all the Muskets, RiflesShot Guns and Arcou- Brice Francis -2
Liding their that the OF TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS, for crgeanle, 4 Corporals, and 2 Musicians. I NadInMurpbM a .
principles .
S nay be dCCt -- -- -- the apprehension of the said fugitive, and his safe MEN must h ottered to the S. BOYS not "trements, that may have been delivered tit you by Boles Cetiafiearwell Maan Samuat S -".. ._ -

\'ed. Taking up with SELF-INTEREST. is nobody's interest celver 'tintisilnr. or other uffirer of llin 'IVrri. be rrCiv'd!. .rn .t...;n...0. ', ..;. __w.t. his_.red c lIior. Those who aro in possession of i, Junes-J NeamilhN K&s&f"f .ofr..
est -' -- 'lrh 1.uu. ,
and lowest devices__ lory ; authorised to receive him. ; but al the same --"u. it a"l.inLon such as belong to mo TerrItory ale rcqueaicu "' Bryant Edward Peacock Ja me* **$ -
geants and shows contriving the stockholders of tho Union Bank, The said Bryant Meredith i is about thirty yearsof distinctly tinieyouwiilcauim, that the Commandcr-iu-lobe deliver them lD the undersigned or to his agent at I j Blackshcar Thomas E jtQtfSSu aeL .' .
with colloctions unlcltood his- Office forthwith. The immediate return sit the Bryan Jamea_ Rushin ,- -'
and it should continue to exercise banking o"e fire feet eight or .line inches high, darkcycs'and chic has great rea 'in be satisfied with the Jahtt,
n con '
ea less than boys hair and rather hard ibovo mentioned arm w required for the defence citthe ClcmonsCbarles ieJaj'Edward,,, 2.SelIar ,;"
parading the oflsearinglorwerivrom duct of Buys in .Florida -
It will not do Bank the upon many trying occasions -
with as a frontier and fUI .her prosecution of tho war : Carter James FCaldvrell .'J.ha :. '
wooden houses and cries of. log f Gergia, \IluIIUr county. and is perfectly aware, that they have often the foe. .I _
L is false and against John 2
a unsound it "will savage 'SCDit&ntt.1&rLJu.
one _
and ; w evinced
'hard Given under band and the a valor and patriotism worthy the iuiilalivu .
cider. When this sam 1 my seal ofmun. II is to be hoped that tins call upon you will not Dykes Mary M .8 .,7 1d. :...
do loan
office. -
as a It should is. of ll.o of
Harrison never Territory Florda.this be made in vain.Respectfully. Davis SalthJobrSlater ,
at Nancy .
the last Presidential I6ih of I am, Sir, very respectfully, yr. ob.si. # .
COuld I bills, and deal in exchange or cotton. day July, your oM. scrvt. Davis Daniel : iR P''l-"
4 the ecarcely form a ticket in his "e should have sound Bank ROBERT RAYMOND KEID. .Governor of,Florida., JOHN ,B. _COLLINS, Daniel Tb masSbephercfWH1ia. : S
on good
Vie Governor -
south By : 11. .
this Quarter Master S -. "
year, this Col. JOHN GaAiiAM. Adjt. & Insp. Gent Fla. Ma. General.ST Deler.te.orTbflmCL1Co.SapLey J < ,
resorted to empty -on a specie basis ; the restrictions ). McCANTS. Secretary of Florida. to the Stale R. ConY. Simown*JAOM .

as a means of carrying : in the constitution of St. Joseph July 25 52 MARKS. HOUSE,* Eubanks Banjamui' ".Seller*jq J9lta..: s. ,-S ,.' -

\Jznpbantly through. Thank -- ,-,',1 { Recently kept byt F Vein Fetch Isaac_ ,Sloan.. .bD. .;. ._
parade_and sLow be inserted in its charter. No stock. NOTICE. c;.' Jo.- C. SPENCER has taken tile boe'e.tablilh" FuIIford Jordan 2 gmit L '_:_ H "' "t, :.. "
has been at the should borrower. persons are hereby iorwarncd trading for a -r--... _'" Fulifard Sb e I ID&D Smitb Seth DS-. -.,-, ',- -
South tt free be a Such a Bank -c .. ._ mont, and fitted it up. a* a-place uf public : ) .
at leaat from the pollution. In L furnish a sound Let ALL : of attorney given by me, to \\ m. P. .-;..">...:. --.. .- enterlaintpent. The Proprielor_flalten .l maelf' Gay Simon .Smith jr&Co SitP .t _" 14"1'::.
,our cIUzen have currency. ut to collect my wages as a Private"in Capt. -.. that 'ery'extcoa1Ye. varied expcrieoco this Gndcrjacob TIocthvrbi :'Y"

for ''a_. maintained : it instead of Una hermaphrodite concern, Company the said power of attorney A T the annnal rnectine of the TALLIAUASSF.EJOCKEY line .of business baa qualified him forrendering; GaJnoa Nancy j r.ther.i' "" S S

C&l' I,118C.ves In tHC ixpressioaof( their r the capital of which is land aud leaving been given su consideration of a purchase CLUB in January laaian general salkfaction.. The comfort aad gratification GrifHa JobuTboIUU'Jlo1l' _, S ..:-
wents. Mr. Clay and Mr. Web. negroes, put a Ilorfc, which proved to be unsound. Association wa formed to be called, "The TUahasiice oJ hit patrons .Hb..bb constant at dy. The "Hollinswtrtu W.Ann U a..TlM i .iRk< : -. -
her COu1d nerer in at high price But the stockholders are July 18 51 JAMES WALLACE.DH. Association for the encouragement of Blood oceao and the Und*$ hi lshI.uudrontributi9Q. Hurst Robert C .Victer*JoIm'l '"
candidates upon such ed Horses in the Territory of Florida.- .: > 1 Hancock Jonathan' White,1 .' '" _
terni1; and too greedy. Not satisfied with the use oftho F. S. BEATTIE for their ffrali6ealioB vA boat riU boat,Jb- bridgecrosuiog j )
We rejoice Rule 1st. The members of Association shall I Ward 1w:1- ,
for the credit the trrltal of HallCaroliDe. .
the the Sc Matlw tt ,rclaU1.t : :"
: .
hatien that they are Dot. AV 1 public (kith to found a loan office, they HAS reaamtd t;ac or Medicine in alliU be,members of the 'Tallabaisee. ekeglnb," and the ear, la UkoriaUen: .ta iB bolel.firwi oC.u. : Hodg.JocJ 'WII1aou41r. .,... :.,' .

selve or iUng their wapt it to bask ori-they WaDtJ1 profit*, or ., tendr.hl profeafienal jiervUce reside in the Territory; of Florida, or.abe Counties pea"; V"mtera.a" 0. HatwmU at.. sent byboIt1n' r Uadly Mary .whtThr.1., S '._.' .. .r S
mummeries of t the c ,: at SL or Decatur, Thomas the Stale Hinw William' WLhoDJiW. S .

no deeertionrith ome i .M&k or Low d"iD jlidre fj "j\ho' ieturn IoTa S "
rather ihe Itis .
.Crank l! shavings of banking al! at byuM'bfd.C. -
c1ecl ration of &hW c iments Spn. .Georia.. .and sliaU pay annusJI/io the Secratary islmaijee3m- : SI&r cp7" :N6o -- JolmlOl1&W .'t\ 5.;' ..S ..
'hether richt telf--telf _which! governs. julllU. is To Star will% copyNotice. ;>f-l4e.Jockey Club,' ten 'dollars, as* tee for J- JeriigiA&ran' wkathi. ," .- .--. ,, .. .
or wr.ag>, If elected at 'all, It. -- !*.fndfhip. be'appropriatad,a.._bereafler 41recd'1' : 'Be kwlibaPUI ,.:_.. Kiuglei J"a&Dell. :: v.. ._. --._"it'',. .-." ." :;
would have u. nobody's interest except tho stock .-1 i-- : SUPPLYwihiceleUl'aled 1emM or -
"; been elected with honor toe .. ..fr- .A < j' Jar tI .SCI.JAlI. OLSXJs > :
> and to the holders.,. ofth, 'Union Bank. .,that. its..note g TOLEN' (toni the Subscriber oa Saturday night Rub 2d.: Each-member 'of' this Association-ahaD- I tAra. .a 1.'{ -'uef!' aiu 'rA"re L. '.:- IS SJ "
country.natter a SORREL'WORSE, 17 hinds high oWn allcaflt' brood'raareof besi t aacrfotaJ.1: 'c : s.t1 _" 4
A. should 1.1t I Iwbit on* t.bts blood,b!m S '
lor :
to OUr loca *jre arejaoi{ choice.' pUs more than :they' arc,.worth. foo.I.a Urge wartAD. ,his sheath, can obtain, andcaholl p lro'oia<;thestst1UoflO r l li au-1840. .RANDQLPIF&LEWIS1oobIBrr1flP O&8AL IM" SS. .' ..I'rPIN&'IUJ48.&R
r i We "U'r In proportion as they out keep oiiUheir bills opposed to taken by tome Any blood and tried -- ." c .
.t1i ) 1.. ngro cbaraotei. that'b* caa'ce-BT ai oll/. ;-I,, -- <. : .::, .h
) e Editor 1 -
I th join in;.any. way 1 be so U:their- Pro tI. They mt.',"tb eJ: inheres, loformaUon } b aknIJ rio\ libej.. -5CtDd16.' .- ,- 'l i-'. .:4JJaT. : '''O ,Jo i h-HBk. yr.from fiolA', :Wan.r..I1m.. :: :(',7t. ;Jit.t. : J1"r. j
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when and -here ally! rewardrd Rule 3d. There thall be tfae first -' 'TLFT&ALEXAZW1II S.
I be of o. annually on -Jkh1mtinaudror"Ieby'% r _,
eight per cent on the bills in circulation July 8 52 I. day ottho Jockey Club Races, a show of Colts and I .Julit.. 5t "- BETTON, FJSHEft. !Port'Lewi,.'July! 8,1840 ; -S$: 5 -."" rp .. 4-f. -

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S _: 4rEq LJyI1CFS: r Lioa. County Sapcriori Conrt, at the: M.--ne-J i tht..SWt0tWI)0fltsuare&GMq4Joo ( ) a> T4e f* $4 aDwi

S4 : -NeviwljTerm, U139, who h ave n t been paid, "Streo1u '* ; 4rragcmenlba,1
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ftoHJiiortfiod that I am prepared W pay themarlbiespao1.cua of.the DCt fLs1flfl'Ip5t h 1W. 3lb
bit vnti&mtt wlftwe*Jte the peopc MnrfrrMml
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O'FFEHS officeNorth < 4es'
Oce. uMontke1iwerthetor at my eriablederiplion t'mignfsctora ,
$ f iwn<;ootrtj. ; call of&he 1uitlctI1$5ptironlz
who do not minE NXBPEftS.
; .pl bf Wii1iam.Denith4Ca. has fj?, until the l st Jun Those, Pab1cOCMC!
4 1 that time arid the relorn, will ROt be paid.TiLOS. ,%hiisjlacOJift.me
: by alga chinu'aSa :othersi inr6i g orACo
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; laad
rn ULtOWN siTUation *
:'i Docket 'JookEclafl LhrClank'Booki5used !. will find their more p -

4.: -- JAiTIEST.AUCHEU, One of*the administratOr of S. IL Days1, DeedIttcofa\and Coantjr.CparUci be Iitaia than ugniL"774 SthgI JJaU lnIIflB.. *,f.r
ii WHITING. I M. DW an& eorYat;
: LAW dooeased. lato
= ATTORNEY AT May2G 1 ed at ahortxnotice 'T*Je l i"l bound.jn. a '
.hi11s ppty t' ihe5I warririftd equalto no\bemcr'aayotficrl I!' th 4jsitoit
; Tallahassee Fla. ancf
'.- : rARTN1I1rnIV.! required 5 5-S. tY! -
$ #'I-.1I?
ir d Goint GLt 4 ,$jO flr ; arUcalar-tUentUn bo atetao t.8vwtttse-8pnoP5i !
I Sa. Office on Munrta_ Street.,, in SVyaU's new.build. if. H. F1LC tiet&et.Jarte.ef Z
( caJoins1r.UospO M&yG: 1840. under paid to> *5odin ldBo; k ,,NiJw ptp r8M Cxinoi.
r bewi1C.; __ njl. S : into CM>UM nbiplBt January, Book ..l&VJttpJaio6r; (ond5CL teljCf4 tbrsestDrCato to kin; -4t:5:
at Ibxr
&, /
the .tI. of FaAJcd arid thruse/Vora pIeasntc.uz3'trr *'rggt'ca'Tsfljr kffi5nS82't
1 I. 1TICANTS bbidingrtbm5tCh pattetp.: paper ,liJh(0f *,
__ .__ __. JKSvfS5NCI3t ornamental) lhi f ifrwWf'
- r month*, plwc q V hour*. < m ir rth w
AZtorncu and Counsellor at Law.WILL h i 21. ta1edforilhs.Lettor'4-C, S
1. t
S S Hon. He has,(forart) uiod sOrtnsM <*-p( :
tie Middle 5-
&pyLo mtfccCourts of iho -
rice S Strayed/ S and ,Writir P l>cr.riled Drplaior flb : :.. : S A ..
I -j.e omiy oi't' tei been couaty fcnd in the .Court of Appeals. Of- Walker Mill, *bo rl the first of April, fl'tiks, Letter ( de cripljon ardaaiLifJ1

t ;&kwdfLti4;$ l3pen the cittc OfT. fico at Talltliosscc, FJ*; tf tptU ,t6., 1840 FROM Sorrel Hole, with a blaze in the {ace, .best qaaJilj. Ruled paper ef erenr and > S

1'r and 1 of A bay color, with V car on his loft checkbone 411 orders thankfuUjLreceived' P..A HAY npA11-. Jane 671840. '/4ft, -. RICI1ARD3OkES.!. iuhlj.adraatte4jo-b. ,
BENJAMIN UAGAN.II JQUr( P. old. A liberal reward tended to. --
S and Was aboul.S efe j4a1car aitant hIhl4j
... .bt' S .7 6 ATTOUMKY! qL&w, will ,be cWeofor the delivery of one or bothf Ta ahas cftJalytl3--tf : 'S -: :IOTWE.S ?.: : 5-.4-T'u S S &x -S ftj '
&uoLwx5I&IitsHe $ -
: '- ; in the courts of, Middle rod. *'*, S :kghIng5 ; ofl' uz:! ie otaos
WILL; practice, them, at Walker'* Millsor! at Cipt John Mynt Cotton S TlIE-Sube" reIieuuag.ct.naof the Liver zat.w.'
tr I t WOX1CIJ. Florida, and Court of Appcils.dcnco 4tcs. :; B. C. WAMCEB.; tubscribcr, appointed Weigher ofCoUon, S --A-: been huBdwds
) >"tT'H' > 'fln iTLm cluln.l shall apply to"the lion. near Ocn. flr wR'il.Ieii'25 near.Tallabaayp THE of an act passed at thw last uas. Cognac1 Brandy lniafjipei| aurf .
!' 1 rtl.rl '
i. .. -'I'S rUne* takioff fUieia mijht N.nefiiorpjiierfr .
a.4ibHstnttrix on tko COMMISSION MEBCHAREFERENCES. the public that be is pro purd (o-Weigh Cot yjjfckcyltr} do ,
(* Oeuty1 deceased.CATHARiNE S. \V. Carmnck & Jflcdtcus A. Lou INEW 0R111JINS.:: this at the Railrbad.Dcpot.fr I .gdin-k ls 5 5 : la tbiif ojwnUon fiftG
P S ton cither in city or ; 5'S
b < JOHNSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW .-II. Bone Esq His wales' manufactucdatitiQ5t1flC'P1CC BI S EourMb1assc! ,,- y t re"Ui M6ri itba Stomatj/ .
4 t 13f1kT.AgeJL4'. KEJt*. TJLLLAHABSKt, FLA. .Messrs.. Botton & Fi hf r, those usod by the -United State*' generally,, anti 1orn, Hty" ,-- S tho diftatirihorgaan-and inyigova: t4 f ,,

1 P.ty53: U : practksa in partncrsliip in the Superi ,' Krrr & Kirk
t OTC. WILL of Uie Middle and ApaUcliicolaDiKtrictfl Tallahassee. New York, and havo been' examined by the Inspector Boxes Pickfeis, in quart jar*'. S scxcfoJey are PifetfIidsjs4tjt
Tltcir Messrs. Molyneux, Will.erby, 4- Co. Livcrpoo blls. Lime..McNAOGIIT.- S : anu invaluiWo. means: of, ,
ItiMEai .kerid&tewe shall appty.toiheh' mad au the Court of'Appeal* -of scales and weight of said pity.and pro 300 -

&; Judge of I-txn Cenly Court, office is, for, the prciCDt, in the new- court- (-rouse. March 23. 1H40. 331ytiif td correct. Price of weighing, 10 cent per bale,, S & ORMONOiPol 'csjcring124th.1afleitneiif' tlio. ,. ;. -
; Doc 21 20 r of Colton. Leon Mo/ch20tb, 1840. ; ;
4itiyi. a* tdrMn8tr&torB ofibe.p 'Th- >'ntizims of Florida : D. M. SHEFFIELD .Weigber sithna.in( and pfadinef*.-'or mirfr.st t.

I Caflc- f Jms A. Wu.zz r; Ajcowod, late cf( eaid Dr. Ucnjauiin 11. Taylor take c.hargeorallclaima for losses sus- Tallahassee, Dct. 12. 9. f 5- -S For Solc, or to Rent cue elamn1lyofimpafred I

.p VAtDYWILEY, OFFERS hs proicMional strricoa' to the citi IJV1LL by 'our citizens in tho war with the TFI'IIE highest premium will be paid for.Notes the prewsnt year, seclion8T (Lafayette tatfoiw.ftrebgth :tf.bcatgtujence mnenergj,Ioi .r

WJI.G.PGXOCK, Tallihxosee and iU vicinity. Office Florida Indians-,"aiid will, as their attorney in fact 5.A. the flush Slate of Georgia or Augusta, FlorifdaLife FOR ) illailcd '4.mtl a' N4Rt ) of TaUnhasMe 'and thtMnfliiied
: 35' Adoiinislnitors.TVtfllce. af bit fathc's reIdencc1 OH the north fide of Washington their claims North and South whicTi there are
(ratrromed lo act as suclOprosccfl18 and Trint Company, on the Georgia Road, on dered digeslioniTHX Luri
4 _ _ _ _ _ '
& r1u1sitniois' Square. before Congress, or any other tribunal that may be' Carolina.Banks; or drafts on,.Nortlicrn Cities, MI about 80 acres of cultivated Land, well! fenced in.'Xpplylo to'posscM the most *Iulary"eflicej.-; 5, S

Tallahassee, SClh NOV 1839 created by law for the adjudication of such claims. immediate application, is mad e to. F.GERARD1N, Constitution* relaxed weak or'deeaor'

) 4 Uptvi.NiErdet46d % lheestate; .f HUGH Charles S. Sibley Those who may desiro to have my services, will BERRY & DOW LING, or ap 4 .30 fort Leon. women, a re under tkimmsthiat inflaea
4 ie4iecasoS'c1 Leon county, hare hereby atTallahas co.-who L. THOMPSON.. s-
i call on Tnoa. II. DuVxX, Esq, ode 4 DISSOLUTION.S Tax Lire MJcbtoinvOfcl Coog Astconsoniplivo
and all those his ionalserviccs Attorney .
yTKont.; profc as of containing
Jcmtnawip item to the Eubscri- OFFERS at Law, in the collection of will prepare the requisite which powers lUo Lusmera attorney will bo Orange and Lime Nursery, Co-Pahacrrbip. heretofore ejistinj be habits, ate soon reltettdcured. '

I iIQi! t'ee1 car setdeii'cmt. debts,4.c.hMiddoF4oridi.} lie will attend all the terms upon FOR SALE FOR CASH ONLY THE the Subscribers in tne Tallahassee Poverty \\df btoooV and exnac4

ESTHER ROSE, Aki'x.t )he Courts The MiddLe Dislrict.Oilicc undertaken 36 by 43 me.3m WM.rnUVAL. A NURSERY containing about 2000 Orange Exchange, ia this day dissolved by mutual con will ere long ciett. tfee happiest ebao-
XJf T. DEVAIJN in the May The business will bo closed J. G. Williams. !- chill watery fluid will jecome rich
Athn'r. building seaL
MunroeSircct.in formerly ScnliDcI, Joseph .J: and Lime Trees, of aa ago to bear in one or by "
t If- $ & &. 1510.34 occupied by Win. Wilson, as u Book Store.Tollaliastte 1TJT The Florida Gaxcttc Star.tluincy and the News of >UAug two year after transplanting. The Tret wore' .vrLo is duly authorized to settle the fame. and the limbs bo--S covered with flesh-,. firai.l8. (|
Times, healthy .
3i May 12th 1833. 40-tf J.G. JPILLIAM8
raised from Choice Cuba Seed and in ,
the above fa three months. arc a healthy
T1.r Court for Leon County.OTXM&XR stine, will insert Ncrvott* dnorders of eyory kind and from
Aprit 1st, 1040. WM- TAYLOR *atUter
and condition. Direction will Lo *
1840. DAVID WALKER ccocnl- mo 81 lallahawoo.V thriving given, "
TXEK, and forward their -5-- .carted ari n" iJy L'ef'ire the ffcct fYa "
i \ Jr. \m which adhered lo, will insure them safety in removal -
X'Cxss. W-itUAM Copartnership.
Wiz rt. Catwrroao jr.: ATTORNEY AT LAW, SfC. Ii/G: MKDitijiM.-awdvtill iliat train of ualun&ut,
C uort trading &C., under the and traniplantinj. Apply ,to EDWIN W. subscriber 'havo this day formed a co- ietlei tndtrempur wliich so
WILL the Courts of the Middle District THE dteadfally lit
4 eI i4yie' 1 Wm. Criw1'rd jr. if Carson": Fo Sale or Kent, __ DORSEV, Auctioneer, Tallahas, or WM. Me at Port Leon, under the name weak.tborsEdtrelaraumd the delicate
of Florida //is office is the firet to the right will, in
room HOTELat.ST. i
stand NAUUIIT Toil Leon. 14
Th ommodious a* a mar 'J3
l,2711.07 Damages |3,000.00.THE of Miller :Rowley lo carry on the STORAGE
\ bvprj B.BQfleterei11 Tallahassee,where ho may thort 41 miuc,bes tedeJ hy cheerfulness,in&
h iSi'T\ 'i5cfetwi jits nd alt! olhijs tutcrcfited, are bo found. II-i-, MARKS, recently occupied by NATHAN'S HOTEL. & COMMISSION bu ines.'. prisagt eh althi. e'ery
ii1&fied of the institution of thc aid aIwaTL the subscriber. Possession given They have a large and commodious warehonie
I subscriber takes lha liberty of informing For',w kiaeas, dellcioney of intonf sttenjib,
*Uttj: catz. lu cat returnable to iho Term aforeSKPJ xDr. A. 1!!. BANDOLPI1AVIN _ mediately. Apply to the undersigned, THE friends and the public generally, that he fur the slornge of merchandize, and cotton ;' and and relaxation of the ve/ieeds by too frequent.
c.n4 X.M TAQwrcd to ,and plead to the <5 located himself Tallahassee, of- or to Win. M'Naiight. S hope, bystrict attention,arwl promptness in the *
; appear II GERADIN.Notice. bas purchased Iho House lately! known a* the, dnlgt>n"ceif nf this passions, this medicine, "a e&
". oduxtiea tied in Raid case,as the 1 Iew.iirct. fern his pTofcssionalservices to the public. Feb. C. F- "FLORIDA HOUSE," Quincy, which under hksnperintendance execution of orders, to give satii-faclion to all who certaMJ"and va.Iaabe! remedy. <*"
!; J lie is to be foundNal the office of Dr. J. II. Ran-

: House to Kent, dolpli, o'n 26 Monroe 42 Street. sub crS'icns' having solJ their stock of and in which he in now ready to receive and enter GEO. MII.LF.R. ami ire iiirgunl and relaxed in t'irir whole sj cw.-
., May to M. SWAIM, hereby request all pffrsonn taia, to the best of his ability, all who may favci Refer to- JOHN J. UOWLKS.Me may take THE Lift MEDiciJitq wits the fcappMtptfoctp
the "balnuee of the Aconve '
For year.- call and fettle tho same, ? rF. Cotton tt. Fisher, 'I'ahtaJiaee! 5
Law IVollce. indebted to them to him with their patronage.To ; ; 'and persona removim* tu the Sootlt r '
1:. I 4", ioDt two story Dwelling House, THE Co-partniTFhip hilhcrtb' xisling between bv cash IT note, immediately, or the tamo will be those who know him,he deem*' it nnneccxsa Berry & Dov'.ing, Slntcs or West Indies cannot afore a moralaipiir

with i .good garden, HI tailed on L'lfsy- P. DIJYAL and WM .H. BROCKEiVDROUGII lodged with an attorney for collection.P. ry to make promises with regard lo the manner h 1'o.t Leon, Feb. I, 1840 St taut article of LeaFllr and hits.

1 'a 'txntf JOSEPH ctte rtrort.C. CRANK For 'further, or nt particulars this office. has been this day dissolved by mutual II. SWAIM & CO which the lloura will bo kept. To all others, hr -- Valuable laad<4 for iic.T The following cases arc amonj the morf
consent. X.WAI. St. i u-; t 10-10 36 3m has only to cal! and judge fur effected and .
say yourselves, acas HE subscriber cures gratefully acknowledge liy j1I'
: 42 If having a creator (juani'ify t?.
1LIJROCKFNDROUG11 will cojillW lu
"JVoiicc, STAGE LINE vou find him,so speak of him. land than is desirable for hisowu ci>!kiv x reside at Apalacliicolppand practice hi the Apaachicola ISAAC NATHANS. Case of Jacob C. Hunt New
tS ITffliTfi }>ookfiand; accounts of D/INIO. DAMCU (District, and the Couuly of Leon, and the Jfrom Columbus, Va., to Apalachkola, J7la.N,5 fCIIJCAI alTers for sale three valuable pntatiues-nnei.it.
Quincy, April 3 3"t Count N Y. A dreadful tumor .
Black Creek ttirIv
ualcd about thirteen miles 1
A handuofJL. on ra .t
.sd ATlUrKT & inthe Conrt of Coaclu-s.
JUwts, aro Appeals regularly, and in JcU'erson and Four Horscj tfost
re E. if arris,for cellcct'mi*. All accouuta vU! be (lao'sdcn' ifspcciallv cinployrcl.Talljliarscc HOUSE, SIGN AJV from Tallahassee, containing thirteen iiundrcd the \ l.Le of his fice, 'IM S'> and. aw. Eipcnenced

t. tiaijit if settled ORNAMENTAL acres, 600 of which are in a high state of cultivation quick rchci'fr.u dui? usa ofihcLiro M ftcincs -
col immediately.3Q
p Nov.SOlh, JU3S.Tiioinas ,
and in Ices tfiaa three nuiotlis-
4- HAWF.S.Jloliu the residue mostly rich hammock land, with was e *
Teb ? mANK
4 _ LEGAL NOTICE. and Paper I1aiigIn.I all the necessary farm houses and outbuildings cnred. (Case rrp'ottcd, w'rth a wood eogTa !a|, '

C. JarobI, Caltzell and Walker Anderson Atlorncyg IIE undersigned most respectfully informs the the crops raised upon this plantation have not been a new pamphlet! m.nwin; 'pres'*.). J*

twr: and latpcetorof Lumber for the at Law, will practice in copartnership in tin Via Florence, Tqrt Gaincs, JHaJcclyl'orlc r's JL citizens of Tallahassee and vicinity, thai hein surpassed by any in the country. Another,, about Cane of TLo .Fu'rcen, sen'r. 84 yearst f tjsrvraa ,

H. Courts of the Counlics and Hroizn's FCTJWS Ga. and Incinlon prepared lo oxcculc, in the neatest manner any afflicted. 10 arifvhh clltfigg.in _
: County of Leon, Superior of .Teiftmoa, Leon the same distance, nortbcaft from Tallalusseo, J sieg
Gadfdcn FrRiiUiii of the above branched, al short notice, and at price* entirely tttred l> ftiking 42 pills i wi 3
Calhoun was ,
UWFO Wilt and Jackson, ant Ala. Kmtaining about TOO acres, of rich oslt and hickory y
TFEUSi: services lo may please which will induce those work done *
in the court of wauling ia give Case Joan Danlloo,Aberdeen,Ohio-rbesiia
call birth nmdvrato. Appeal* at Tallahacscc. 3O HOURS Stage travel from Colum land ; with CO or 70 acres in cullivatirii ; and
i pen Charges him a call. Country orders promptly attended to. .
Address of Thomas Hallzc.ll ism *--ii entirely cured -has .vted't
Apalacbicola. another in Hamilton about ten mile from year
S te21.o1>ee March i 4. 1B1B.! 'JLI.I to New in fiplcndid Coaches, N. B. Paint of all coior.s and crtnity, *
ready prepared,
: Address of Walker Anderson, Tallahass? n a level and beautiful road along tho banks of tLc! Suvtahnee Springs, containing about '2000 Life Mcdjuijws/or Worms iiv children, and'foiiJ'them S
mixed for T. B. CLARKE. ,
Last NOtiC. _Juno! 15.11339, ifCA151NET ho Chattaliooclvco River. use. acresa' email part iii cultivation, with farm houses sovereign' rcmroJy.
the lltlslo of T. M- x Feb 15 211 IfVegetable
CTBT Sindebted to Case of Lei Aastiri riodicalsic5fh iI
r DAYS OF DEPARTURE-X &c. 'lliisland i* uf siii>crior quili'.v. for the culture .pf dB
T,4occtscd, aixj required to conic 1rward MA lUNG. small do
I of ttways relieved b/ a -now.entire
From Columbus lea island-cofUrfi.?
on Tuesdays and at
thankful -
subscriber ,
whom 7fl'lIl S
LDi3.ctUc: wilht.nl/uriher delay, and all lo -
4' Pulmonary liulsam freefroruit. .-
6 o'clock, A. M. Also atract of 400 acres, at the natural briJ> <' S
fur :
tVe Esftalc 4obtcd v/ill hund; in their claims fort -_ .- L past favour Respecttifiu1y S- of which has
s' Pho reputation bfcoicecftablislicd as Xase of Adorr Amos-cored era most.iartierjb
ini'orms the citizen, *ofTollahasGcc From Chattahoochcc, on the same tf ays and name, on the St. Mark, about I 11 I inilca soutii; cast ofTatluliabnee -
t. otA o tiarred. ; J--_ and vicinity that lime after the strive! of Iho U. S. Mail I JOB I from iho mobl safe and efficacious remedy ; half of lliin tract i is a rich alluvial% uil and obstinate]ilyvpepslavaiMl general debility, *rCa
M ALKXdNDER.admr.CLIZAHETH ; ever discovered for it there abson tine mill with of Adah Adam*, Windsor,Ohio-rlKBmtiaro *-
Io continues the alachicola; via lola.and meeting at Fort Gainrtf.Persons upon u greater
MccAIr1Y, adms. Cabinet to carry on in desirous of going from Columbus, Ga. I nilncnza, Cough, CoMe, Asthma, Whooping; water power than any in Middle Florida. gravel-I'.ver'aCVction'and; general nerroM'
I.Ui4s..priI IC, S4O 3' !P Mailing Cough. Spilling of Blood, and all aflcclioiui ottl debility Jhad been coofinrdseveiiycar*,-wisrtisHf
p oil its variety fit flue old stand to Now Orleans, will find this by far the cheapest Thcso lands-will be sold utiho'lcrate ,price, and
ib THE rditiouc, as well as the safest and e LungH. reasonable credit, and if desirable, tlii, prfrcliascr from'hrbedby taking,oac.box of pilk and a h.oitji'

ii I ,. : : OP LAND near his TcYidenco.t Col. Wynti's Store, where lie most cvu,f.rtal,l't way, &.<* it intersects the great I N presenting this useful remedy to the public, can have Union lank Stock upon a part of the of bitlerc-a ntott extraordinary cure aha is aWi
oateirs 4emr t mtaiu tUeir capital in labor Brunswick tim proprietor is authorised by & Physician from BllADEN. very healthy and rebuJl woman-attested by Whastxuid
I-; ii. tu will bo h. ppy to receive orders from his ft tends and and Florida Line at Challalio chcr, whom the purchase. W S
r cotfct inc-iKinedilcJ with matii.l'actciiyered. the SidcboarJa Bureau's and fu mi. making a travel ofbut 30 hours by stage througli recipe was confidentially obtained, lo S Icc23 21 1 < SbuBcl Adarris.Caco .
public generally. state that ho luui used it himself '
and in his cxlcnive oC who
t IL' 11OBRRT: GAMBLE. the whole % Mrs.Badger of Joseph Bao* r-<-
route. Time from Columbus to Mobile,
of made in fabliionablu and liiiic and Hair.
Lure every description, u in f.catlier, '
practice Pulmonary affections with astonshing similar lu atov ialt the
Wtlt'irnne. 3cersin, Flit., 2ttIs Nov. i:59.: 54 houre. nearly -r samo.
bubslantial manner, and on rca ,nao! terms, and efliuct. The combination of IIESubcribers have nstanily on band a
-- of'Susan GooJoranr
iu1 lie strict attention to busincsi to merit For Hie Proprietor*, happy vgeta. complete assortment of LKATtirU,suitable a young ua.iwonian
hopes by bio sulwtances, i which il is .
entirely composed, to ill health
uai : ., fr' L'liJ.i,1j.t0i. C. a.iJujwUca MUral sliaro oftnc patronage f the WILLIAM CADY.Chkilahoochcr are > fur Gin Bands, //arn ss,17itriiige Tops, |hioc and -subject several' j yinallconrsdf arut.
cculiarly adapted to diseases the
D January 10, 1810. 27 tf { of Lungs Shoes of llwj Lifo Wcdkiues entirety.ctuz i
k &c. Also
J' tif Hoolicolloin iy agent and allor- public. Liver, and Stomach. constant supply of LIME, and '
; -JU5i"i F. lLCjiL.U. JACOB DLESS. -. This medicine has HAIR, for Plastering :' .011 of which, they offir cr-Is now.Lto and ea1thy. '. "&'
I7. furniture For Sale, boon uwjd very extensively, low for cash! in cichan for Case of Mss\ Thoma*,daughter of E1 ThwceugfL *-*
tail 9 .s f N. B. All kind repaired on reason. and Iho has or hides,a t heir Tan _
;_ HANDSOME LIGHT BAROUCHE, with proprietor ooikiiois-R a tingle instance YarJ. BROWN and syn>pluins of cbnsBmpte re4'ii4

; fr ii'jc : able Tallahassee Icrmf. Sept. 7th 1S39-If A harnessnnmpl or two horitex, by in Tvbich it has failed in giving relief in diseases Tallahassee, 4ng. I1U iiCM& GALUILAITLI.1-tf (bar weeks. Her sister cured of a seycrsot1aekst'

raFubac1cr nWr ftir-talc. hii VALUA- Fort Lcrni.Feb.U, WM. N'NAUHHT. for which it is recommended ; even in cases aproachinglo MSammatory jjjcma t i a in
.L HLE W..ANTATION trt the Annonia l hake, NOTICE. > consumption, attended with bleeding Notice to Cotton Plantei-s. Caie of 3. Colvin-cured of a seicri.attscd

t 2ciagthG East 4aalfiue N W. quarter of scc- 7- IlIc Citizens TalUliawo arc requested to Lands for Sale.P (brjthc Lung, and where all other remedies had JAMES WRIGIlTiJ lAlfJIOVEU COTTON scarlet fever in a few days by tkoLifc Medie1if

& ., two, f a >gw ou f. North &: Eat; S clear up hud keep their lulu mid back yards URSUANT to previous notice, the Apala.cliicola ailed,the moist decided and Haltering success has SAW GINS. :( axe-of Harrici Two ood Saliu. ,N. 'ii *

1. tf. W. quartci.of section, two, clear cf Kilt) and rubbish. Thu Corporation Carts Land Company now offrr for sale and attended iu use. Common colds, which are gene TAKE thia method of informing iLe "Ku. a { state oflteiltfi a.year

TsIge (INCa NOitli 9 Tht. A'so, will go round the Cily on Tcdncsduys and Saturday entry the following Pine Land in I.eoii County. rally Iho effect of obslrueled p rvpiralioii, will I tcrs that 1 have cflUblishi-d a sb1, iu Cluiiuy not veirytrw xpQpl to recover. Mi s 'T. ii .

: C.kaCaA4iaiU'i/tli N. E. quarter T wrtion three ;, tad it in requested thai all litter and mbbUb In'I'unn 2 South-Range 1 E
t** J ;Wfi twa, race 4e, Notl'jnd! llabti and collected and dcjxwitcd on tIteitreet-oarIy on 18, 19,23, 25,26.31.33, 30-and fractions unsold Aolhma, Hoarseness, Wheezing, and shortness olrcnth article, made! on the last impn venint.. "Jlto improvement and tiith. S

5:' .. S t !IM WM as the I'ullcf <>r Bombry planlatieu."lltcwj .-. the morning of tliouo day, and on no other dayu in in wctions 5, C.C, 9, 10, 11, 15, 17 and 24. > it gives immediate relief procuring tranquil IK in the ribs which wear out firs, 'Cso of Bwijamin J- Tisckvr-seyrri 1 1Fcveifand casssfi

% b ut 4C6 acres of-open laud, whkli, for the week, The warm weather having set in, tbo In Town 3 South, range 1 East-sections I, 2,4, rest andfilee,). In whooping cough, it ia without When the -iba wear oat at the placo.bcrc'lbe Ague-cared in a 'i toft fpac8f
;. .,. xitSitj 4 orl j{, etc, iiuy Lo nnkcd among the propriety of such an arrangement isjaumfot to all 5, G, I 11,12,13,14,15,5K, 2J, 21, and fractions of 3 a rival ll "poiates by gentle cipocloration, and teeth pass through, a new set can bo obtained ii. timel Direclions followed strictly. -

9*&irafs M the T-errityry. Tliceo lands lay wUbiw vlio dave regard /or UK health of the city, and it and 10. may-be given lo infants with perfect safety. five minutes, by simply sliding the breast a quarter S Case of Amoa tlavis-Affcctipus ot51hL'e!
: fcw' f the which is hoped that tho citizens generally will comply In Town 2 South 2 East tcctiona80 and For sale
yaria gtt Arnioiiia lake, range -- by RANDOLPH & LEWIS. t.fan incfa, and pulling a ucdge under each Fi'do'of after -tryit g-doctor'* remedies" -sum _
t rf'agccwot be wir .isj.ed ki the wxjrld. '1 here with the above regulation. 31, nnd fractions of 19, 29 and 32. jan25 28 the Gins, which will give anew set of ribs as good time was cured by'tha Life MedicmeJJiM *

; if. 3a K weD I t's1 cFouVnA water.T A. K. JURIS, and fractions 5, C, 18 and 29. w-.'I I .-_ -. __ . .; .-
$ r unaeifignea haling purcuazea irom ucu or six j.Iace. of Pratt -tfW"i*.
I. hue from ind'Hso itpail 13 3d Cjty Martlul.JAMK.S in Town I South, 1 West--sections 2)),30 Extraordinary case Lyman
M* pwrriVissor can 2 to 3 year range THOMAS BROW.V, that well known ctablisliinent 1 wit keep constantly hinJ Friction Ro r aflliclcd with I'hthisK 20yuflr affcCteJ*K ,

t ; ocu Tlicrcasfiow fowici a fine cioji if corn : U.GAMIil.r- his brother :URAT 3tf.31, 35; 33, 34 and fractions of l ID, 20, 27, SS, 35 and called the City Hotel!, in the city of Talla'lastfco Gins and fl.ix G'mn-which I wairanlto please in cure in '24 hour* by ihc-uce'of L'tfa SjWpWfTbyuiand

) prirthaser.Ii CAMHLB luvo this day associated inUutincuM -' liav opened the house undcr'tlio lille.ol" every Inspect, or no i-ale. My price for. Friction >f ucfo6tmafflii-ti-d, in like inuaaset.

tw.JIAau- ILCROWCLL.uolTjtraJy- otHto old stand GMELE ft REID, under' Tho noctions whole! of Town 2 South, ranga 1 West, except the Adclphi hotel They are now making import- Roller'Gin is 91 f cr saw; and for.tbc BorGin'$3 hare, by a judicious .utH> of 3IorrATs* .tJ*.1"Wand ;' _
and 3G.At .
:My -
.!IoUce ask the of $1.25 to $1.50 per acre in current bills of the ensuing fall cilcnsirc Brick next would do well to call and
'fiacy bariM liberal share public patroa- an Building erected crop examine these meiit of all the comfjrts of life. The Kten

''k fur a ntc ago boat u wed un iho 1H fiiiu.JAMKS Territory. on the property, whereby they will bo able, lo ac- Gins. AH orders will f>e aUcudcd to with prompt pleasant to the taste and smell,gently aatig1ti;
These Lands
offer fur
., IT r 508, d trod about theXi-l advantages pasture rnnjocnltivation totumoduto
: i1-FcI'rtiaryo : B. GAMBLE strangers vi&tiinthis in a S "
county fibres of tLc stomach, and giv* tbatpj
ness.Old -
_ VC.Igrda, 182S..jay.4 h wild iirtrrevitfr.m J.OUA'ITAN a
S 1G iMade liy JoK-j.Ii JuhitMin, and t; 4, 1810 22 Cash payments will bo required fur half section upon. every attention to their com for U. the best style. Lc better goqI adapted dip-stion to help requires.and nourish Ltlonj _- .. .

%"l74ike teis Saian.tlcvs, Of UAMT, us the suaeGsi.rpl.Ma 'IoI'Igtucrs.FUN and smaller fractions of urction*. All purchaser JOSEPH CUOSKRY, I refer the planUr lo Mr. fl. L. Edmonds, of there is 'hothinj more generally! actno-

u.ItJijty ti.t f'Wuny MiJ I fly jiQ. .';5CRKWS: received bj the Schooner over tlic /tiny be made on the u ual tcriiH cf the DAVID F. WILSON. Uuliu-y, for informition as rcgardi these Gm, nr hedged so lo bo .peculiarly efficacious ia *K.ffl.? j.
Cornpaii ; tint i is, I I--1th in cash, and I 1,2 a nutty cars '
Iiiyi .iwis:
;'r' 4uiwus. i 1 laukrjr, from Baltimore, arc HOW ready for payment of Iho other -illis. Tallahassee April 3d, IU10. 3Gmor soy ptanter from South S Carolina who has used wartwg,loss oTappctilcindigestion. *t t9ffi? if
vi 4L lurtkiwuru, Oil llic futautAiilnftlin A ntilV In tuem. : W.C.COOPEK- I l .
Bama. S aa
aie.NE ofibe han Wt.bU
% -- -J.----- -------5-- FJ L5IdiI lo C-odadrn and Leon, stnlabln exclusively S spirits, IrmLliii of shaking
.STORtGE. June 22 f TR..flBTON. two horse Sulky Wagon.. Mar 14 33 tf *briatfi.or twwapfeorou
for cultivation, will also hu bold as Ujual.ooappii- -cbbiWs'sortMci* u

-TJ7E' irwdorsigHod Juriiikab d wic of the Seed Peas for Sale; catiou lu John Carnochan, E.q. at Ap*lachieoaor! O Also ono.
& ** atxl IFharf lat<.ij -crcUed by A LOT of Uixl i.4| White Cyiwdo Peas, and the Subscriber; and Millers will bo preferred t<> the l lute.- WM. FRANCES, HE Trustees of Leon :'Aciuleinv tconaetia'us
)I4X ssi. i. .&.-N. IJaietsi b itlh, IR30 T annuiice litljo'l
eo'jrrt aIuio of aUoo- '
f ItMW.ifl ralo.. to of their settlements make
; Apply purchase ; provided they ; iblic,' that they bae cngjikod iIr'
w: .JOSEL'lIP., C. IIA RLE Y, airnngcmciits) within a bnitablo time. L. ,CARLTON, SHX/TALL and Dr.MooRE to take cliafgB ori&'jMae buaTrncaud.bswnesvf sptpS L .
b .5 ; -Ji ForwardILflhIs1UcsP- !, At riainaUooiri tholiulch; settlement/ Former purchasers from the Compaity who are Merchant .Tailor. S Departmcpltf thii School just eaUblhJicttbj' IheminltMcil. sigktcoifuaed tkoubtswtnJerfng of 1bais.Tapori

TAF'J1&jLKXANDEK.. April 23.. 18tO. 29 in'srroars-wrtlrlbeJr arc rrsptjctfully reilURMui -zncdan4hoLy and all
paymenU '
%. LrLvnilJidi A.vi 484$_ '38 WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of ,
C -.--.-. --5-- ,- -- I'JtINT$, OlLS-c. lo totllo wiln the Subscriber. or>ilU Mr. and its vicinity, that 4> has Thubchoot wiUlepon oriJHouday uaxtia .LI4 .-: il1l2ts& rluaJtyrernoc1LInttka

rh- ASA Kewaid. iiSOO lbs tl4te.eiid, in oil, in kegs uf 100( ..lb Caruotbaa- during theAjfern seooaj. reluMied (sour New'''Yorlc.with a* fnfch &upply'"of lethwjivt( Meetuig Hou c* lo iMj new,&Uenp} to -

,4 .- tio Uwaiaaa, T.1ulisno and 25 lbs each-. tns.od jrI, SpUTarpcutiur SS Cloths, Caskiworea and 'Yestiti ,,, ttte- newest (rtablish Acadetmos in 1h Ci
: #1l a4ctvcidad1.,. -EnglhJ4 bjk'tt' Wic1i ironlic, Jtc, and Window Glawi-ofvarjous sia.U.INDOLVII Apalscbieola Laud Company. sly!, and the, lineal fabric, which, be pledges! : tu neatly appeal theldeand' roV6ke'lheaid; of ,rthiabZudthy' bae noUheirivrldX
m4siO iI ttc4e; k-wiitteH Office at Mr. .Barnard'*, lUhasee. those that him thttir/ellow :
S call -:in iho ciljxciw lhey iruiVlhat) while! floor"
ri .- .: ': -iiit..c 4V1tovet wiiI & LEWIS.38tr.' jan 4 22 1.S 1. 4 newest fashion: 'ropIca.taegy and faitidious foiling'Academies we,liborally-supporicd'otscwlrero !;liomrfpirticulirsdfUieabete.ragM2**

r jJakt rocejvgi diu Mipowy vl27thi S nEMovM-; tlM'Saiwferiber has employed U.Hi I'ihgrim-wb, around iheiB/ihoioJiabUapla of t the Capitolof the ace MaLs-GOod.msrlia'- ; '- --- acepT*1.oIged .
Jlb will give ua undiifidcj Territory:.will hence fonvaid ruaniitsr54o.nteil. .' a copyKa
S ffttetiun to tho 'Co I tin* :
fH T42 41 d ELLlOT'cconi''( C'l'JUC.hR. THE SubMribcxa hara rcujorftltheh cttlira Cs. Donattmcjit.- luicrest ftho.Meriat Anta'a4iciAa
in tf bir
chcrutlny > 6\vw thy< !,
I, KLLLp'rsrjL.4BT ft leas beu usct( vii Ii ; bieul TruiDi thielr.oIdaaand in" IJfcrry's l'IIahtasiec'Oct S tulionn. for.aaJc.. \ .
0ifi -' -i-
:I1 Th89. ,
Silver WHIXAc.. Row, ,otba Now "Brifk Duiiditiv -
L -- F. qnooromoiijiacccsfl i'Aiul. wherever it{hai. trtrcet, S The sclvobbtto will bo difidcd Inlo yn /CcwMUiattbtainwl SphdtCt&
-AUSTIN, 3r.k.co. been iiiLroJiur bas cr8cdfj the next door to WM.lJ.Wyatt.& Cu where will Notice. year ; onbcuionn > theoth7'57FS
t. ., : sut> uo of utlier 'they A : Ot'0kVQflwe0'js afl2: da JjppUcatlo'J*
) .. S : 4aaeia.uiowd io'-tho .ri.e4icjf the cure of Cams. continue in the same biiwiif,'nit heretofore \z : LL pctious mdebtoU to Qr.oa.aK W.. GBANT, of fl.ndUecolJuwittg :AlkIitpid: '

;S : by A fcwi jplicsti ns will cniroy remove the Iar.ccl. dealing i-adJki, Itsidlu, 7.Mriiigai/ and lint.mtt arc itquottctliualwi! W.'K.IIACICLEY, E f., raU ih e TreasaruroC luilipiTaUoWaUr'toTa ih Bnar.U i 4L'itrstect;pttitl! 'iu?* Jv '.:ico'tS* teatoq& : ;

k. -.I.-; wbe corn,and rtr 4rent further painV of all descriptions. Also u rncial atfiieul and Bculo\kciracc6unts, Ajrtlwflsth'or-ApriLfe #; : rai aiL'ld -WILLIAM

r S : : 4'iict .c irtsperbo rwiih'mjctionifoirnse.. of Harnut'Trimmings fills and Spun, Cllornut AlUccouuts n,t4,aidj by that sli Ja'"will hi put inmarch's Orthogrspbjr4Rcidfig Thi ; 7% #! ;

- r ( i&rtkkjj Fr1s.1etaZiLlahassec' the Drug Store o( -agaa4 J4ag 'Iiip riu7 Carpet, .Bogs, uit. S S GWUUANT' ,u alo1tb-wjtjng'.od; Art1atk10 Lud t dhL'frhVr

SI .*' :.. : ; .RANDOLPH A, LEWIS,. Vatiau, sail. JI.t ,, JII 84xu,& .'. Ice., kLirtig, I 34.KIKKMANji 5 5 : -- '-' Grm'tt j1dGooVapby.aiidTbe

I? ; : .MayI6 b183$ S':, --.4 1 1i ,'Brtdlt:; and Top"Leather, hlvg, ulJ, Mi.roe apUDv.i44stisr

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I r1rE salmib I ; tid order,at: borl cotkf S z S' :
- ; ilvcr Ware,, -JL ttri at COflWjbJi4Jfl (u.'V : ." -" WAR I) di MAY S; ReJtrlo ftIvC *U<* U Jlcnry"Bond.- J3y.orrfofo'flliO'TrMtcc? -r a.1 'VV- S S .

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r S ry ofohc'Jr ;iiic a>r MERCHANT (At.fOJt .. ,'.lrj7:< 'r| tfJfV>roSUve" ? patronage trw ; n tliemuinX.nccortkgtzuI1eit tOaitUcIrngfcvvt.rtQ Jtarejheir *T i i&W&w&. .*.-.-3&.*. i- &.. $ ,fi't. 45s2iS i feik faBUt %J%

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