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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: August 1, 1840
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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WHERE To-,the, MM-shol February S,heretofore greeting of OP the in the to:FLORIDA Middle wit year:on of tbe District oar eleventh Lord,I I : '!J E' ,;- ".t. .. > ,\ ;ftiii1: : : a. J ,. ",_ ;- _"or I.' .,"a .' mtlD u the W'J.war*' If.fU&yrjBi,S& of_ tie' ., A,. 'i, B'. .. :



one thousand eight hundred aud thirty-two, a is (Ners
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of -/t
i charter Incorporation was granted by the Legislative = fS1 Mr._ 9 &
t Council of tho Territory of Floria. to & \ I k D .....
Bank to be established id i the City of "LAlsszibjSFA1Ri" S ,: ; i4 ,

and to those who should become -_ -- '. body, and, atedootheitfen.P' aY4 tb .Jt J

laid Banki tbeir successors and assigns,&lahane//f IDTT g WUUL So 1 _-_ __. ___=-__-_, T __f AIJr 'r

conditions, limitations and restrictions. !1o tA""A1 U tU"'a 4' sI Q- U: Governors-speech j and with BM w O>hJ i
Chuter. wbich_ : l
TERRITORY '
.id n &id Ran1.u .--.r----- OF FLORIDA His .D **
I : .: $. :
the name and style ot the BANK or COMMUNICATIONS. finiod that and atfi ; J' ;
CETUL the 'Marshal ; gold silver coins and :
}'zoiwa-And whera also, on the thirteenth 7 of the Middle District, p4r coins the cop. payable S. Augustine, (where I 'was not i the "w.. c, ".-, o" '"r'-
of the
day of February, il the year of our Lord one tORo I greeting : For the Floridisn.WASHUfCTOW Unte States,was what was going,) was the best 1 could do _:' ;Thai 'wwer breathed( Clri tones otkill.ingeloqucuce .

sand eight hundred and thirty-four, an act WHEREAS, heretofore to wit: on the eighth ,JUWB 24, 1840. fteant by money of the-U. Stte." I left Tallabass 6et Charleston I had Wel pay the ,.'p _:j ,. ar,_""
passed by the Legislative of the TerritoryofForida in the are then was a perfect and clear .
year of our Lord To fire .
Counci the cetdizcount
in addition to amendatory to the one thousand eight hundred and thirt.twoa Char i th Edi of "News: on tbe part ofth bank to redeem gg'"Dt per a'a Dserbe" part L ,aw ocMmed/abroaHjOQr! 1 .-; n_. '

said charter of incorporation,-And wherea also, ter of Incorporation was granted by the Legislative I seen a late number of your print,I in lawful of it, t obtain money that cld ia : wrongand c'd euaQceloet.( "_", ..

on the twelfth day of February in the year of our Council of the Territory of Florida,to such persons in which i is a paragraph containing the follow havVosed money such money as I could travelling; thus .making she c of the dr'l'- r The charge is 1o'iocopsIsteL.,.th fit ar.-
Lord thousand hundred and thirty-sevcn :\should subscribe to the stock ing sentence A draft without loss. But I knew that twenty.five ries its /v
l, one eight of a certain Bank : 1 in favor of David per ceDt. But this is no own conlradTctJoa_wiih_ Jt.lwKen't1
an act was passed by the Governor and Legislative should to be established in the Town of Magnolia, and Levy, drawn by Governor Reid, has been otbirt of the People, holding] the'sme views What of the noes thought I could dispense I j factaareknown.' -' *i '_

'Iid Council; Chare of the of Territory incorporation of Florida.further_ .appears to amend by the .Met} lid comply Rank with"a the incornratA provisions k.of. ,.said U. _.Charter. _..j, paid.out of the funds appropriated for build,i offjSejir i rgt. .t had _made. aL application__ L_' _for!,,_.the u_, wit exchanging. I. rt no expecting to b I Does It Hem at a r Drril)8y'.:tJIt''fl.;:'lAt

original *" 01 sam u rmr 01 incurpw of 'THc Ah11UNS' AND PUINTCRS'.v .BANK" IU 1 ing the capitol at Tallahassee." I '_-;,;' ; UUiC U y nela, "unOUt able to oDtam specie tor on my return of Nor. -be bOUld 'th'. : -

lion, and Mid additional! ad amendatory acts, of or MAONOUA;- wbera.also on the twelfth .' '1 have no disposition t quarrel t at any aDy ; and" that not only had they been home to St. Augustine. A short time only claim his devotion to the .

record in the office of the Secretary of the Territory day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand time with a newspaper editor, for the manner lawful rnoneyin exchange, b'b had-elapsed/'when learned thai this Bank ,.e..e g. tth t. .tL.b9YL
of Florida, well by the public statutes of the eight hundred and by doing, called down
a I thirty-two an act wag in which he think 1 upon had ] resolved denounce the.whole
Territory Floridaprinled by authority of the Gov. jassed by the Governor and Legislative Council may proper to allude t me. denunciations and themelves te solemnly to set at defiance the ;-and again,immediately
, the of I am favorable to the utmost freedom hostility of the company ; law and its and thereafter. exert himself he is
vernorand Legislative Council of the same,-And Territory of Florida,to amend the said Charter of the and I found ngagement to refuse to re. as welTknbwn
that the '
whereas also.a law was passod by the Governor and of Incorporation-And; whereas also, on tho press : the public taste will always correct in idea of asking meney" deem its notes. Here then was I, and those to have done, so zealously support" of the"

Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, on teenlh day of February in the year of our fit its abuses at the proper point. Upon all po. exchange for these notes, had bcom so with whom I had exchanged these notes, de. I government and the war! How ridiculous f

the fourth thousand day eight c/f March hundred, in and the year of our autho Lord act ono thousand eight hundred Dud thirty-four, an litical subjects, and in reference to all who I completely exploded and obeete] [ frauded out of a further discount, ((10 or 20 bow absurd f! That lie! was most. indiscreet.'
was the
one thirty-nine by made
passed the
rising and requiring: the Diatric Attorneys of said I Territory of Florida, Legislative supplemental Council to the of the mingle in political affairs, let there be, with all laughed seriously at for application, I would b per cent at least,) by this act of jreachery. ly coi ined. ._ '

Territory to institute! requisite Jega proceed. I (.nnrl,r nl' Incorportion. ->! --r-"w--.k-....KA. ."sid_ mv hear free discussion. and open animnH. .L'_ ,my. simplicity., I thought_ to I I The result of the trnsaction''ia_i thf H_ :_ The Having now JoJJowed Mr.Tan! -1I1mm-.-..,_

infsigainst BUCII uaiiBiu incurporalons, in their nat enrolment of said Charter ot Incorporation, \ersion ; as for the occasional weaponsof &JoCI. UHS is ineir uiiuerHiuiiamg 01 the OD.10.TlN bank issues its notes at their par' value, io (rom the age of ejghitliroup-the most.

respective districts, 8 Illv incurred forfeitures and alendm'mt. and said supplemental party warfare, such OF CONTBACTS exchange for a draft trying period of .
art,of as personal specie on the North. 'It our history-ta tbifty tJir e
charters epithet
thlir by non Ir, and to prosecutethe record in the office of the Secretary of the Territory and abuse, the dark inuendo the My next thought was, that I would endea. receives specie for the draft years, and
]
same to effect so that the said Charters of Florida, well by tho sly and malicious -holds that north upon unquestioned fact -facts
vot to
a a public statutes of exchange these with
notes
be declared null and void tho stab, brazen assertion false some indi. ern specie fund for sale tbe which belong to,and forma
might by the judgments Territory of Florida, printed by authority of the profession, I vidual forspecie. I learned in shape of exchange part of the history
of the proper Courts in said District,-And where. Governor and Legislative Clunci of the same,- hollow pretences, vindictive charge without that the premi. to our own people, at a high premi. of tbe tiroes- established the purity of bia_

u,Charlee S. SiUIey,Attorney of the United Statesfor And whereas also, a law passed by the Gover, proof vulgar allusion, disregard of social pro. um on specie would b twenty or thirty per. um, refuses to pay the notes it issued for its faith, and the ardor of his attachment to the
.Middle cent.
tho Dillric Florida, prosecuting for nor and Legislative Council of said Territory, on of moral restraints Surely, thought I, we have not a purchase, aud leaves Democratic creed I will '
contempt me .aud the
heroic proceed
said Territory, appeared on this day on behalfofn.idTerritoryafld the fourth day of March in the a ou/id" I .1 my assignees to. m fuU
by him tho Court here is given one thousand eight hrndrcd and thirty-nine year of our, aulho-Lord scorn of truth and decency, and the like,I r the currency.of 'Vei went around suffer the loss of the depreciation. In other fitment of my purpose, to .show' that he .luis*.

lounderstand and ho informed."hal the sid"Cer. rizing and requiring tho Distric Attorneys of said why, thosefwho relish their use, are perhaps I:exchange among people but I found that place to effect this words, the Bank fnding' it could profit by throughout the whole course of his.life to ih|.
tral Bank of Floridl"hath forfeited its Charter Territory to institute countenanced the ; the sum wanted usual time adhered
and requisite legal proceedings by custom of the times and committing a act swindling does it present strictly to his first byes
all the fianchiso, privilege*, and such I was not to be obtained in the whole
rights immunitiesthereby against Banking Incorporations in their ]let none therefore complain-I never shall. city.- at the moment it selects best, and without In my desire to present uninterruptedly bis

that a crefadu conferred: might l>y NON issue USER according and lath tl prayec, I cspcctivo urcs of their Districts Charters, ns by might have and incurred to forfei. As I shal always do a much to elevate ,J i a One third person bad a had few two notes hundred of other-anothej States-and: sixty; i any sort of ceremony, pockets a the gains, and course in relation to the war, I omitted to

summon fai.J "Central Bank of Florida" to ,the same to effect, so that"Lon.use the said Chatters prosecute the cause espouse, and depress that I op. ':soon but leaves me to pocket my share of the loss. mention, in its chronological order, his course

appear before Has) Court, at the proper time and be declared null and void by tho Judgment of might the pose, as I properly can, I neither be sur- !!; ; none could part with what they By this is not the'wort feature of the are with regard to the old United States Bank.on .

nl rp., and howJeaujt if any it could, why- the said I I' prper C.url in- -"'id _Oidrj.w.: .:,.._/ .L- nriCP-1 ''. ni' "L nr I.uu'uv,shal UL *__ 1*_ ./ i! had for they could not replace' it whm.- UPC ro ./-''.._ .nO-.._._ ._ti. a.nr".,. "VILCUL. _. _> ...L ba _* ,- It-- wilt.. --- hn-- .I'Pm-.. .mh..pth..t..."06 .... .:to ,...-..,."...__:..1'
Charter ot incorporation cuouia: not ue f'peilcdand Charles S. SiMcy, Attorney of the United U'UICrCII.States without the favor of ululng mysel;! sary. I found it was drained of specie.j : and itself this cueatng IJIGj the4thof'March 1811 and that .1'14t.
an
opposing profiting association of ; an attempt ,
null and void for the party, or
d"dat.d : Middle District of Florida, I I What has become of it all foreign
I
for asked
: prosecuting harshly spoken of by their 1 Why, money brokers-f Wall was made to recharter it.
"HHUKFOttE YOU ARE HEREBY COM- said.Terr.tory; hath appeared on this day, on bo- organs. I shall it has to street shrirpers-of 0. : Thcvde-.
England
MANliER) That you make known to tho sid half of said Territory, by him the Court here certainly and with right good wi hit them the interest gone we suppose, to pay common swindlersuses the information which" mocracy of the country was then,as It now

"Crtural'*lk\ nCflorida' and al! Prr.sidmts, li- is
rcctorf, Cabliiers ami Stockholders thereof, that aid.Tho Merchants' Dud Planter! !' Bank of llr.u'llia" -I as I can ;' and shall only IxfsOrry when many the ,I tory, and to Other part of tl-7 4.pnr- -.7 to Itbol tW oHtaena and pcuplo of tbe ; believing] that its corrupting influences,
they > the Judgo of our Superior Court of hath forfeited its Charter and chaso clothes, food, and comforts
blur all the blow is not and effective I thp and con. very country it is sucking of its i uwhetfier, under"ftVc onTforoTihe?
the District of Florida for the County of chise, privileges, rights anl I : a hare a could I I I veniences of life. So then sbtancenot : enexaT
i'"mlniti'I thereby I
the second of conferred, wish. I: hoc am associated with will thought we by any honest statement of but Government, or of a body of
Leon, on Monday Kovemlcr next by non-iutr, and ho hnlli prayed that asdrefaciLzs al '! have not only not truth by a corporate men,.
"'. after the date of this or luch other time a the i might issue according to law, to summon da the same ; on the other( hand, I shall but a more plentiful currency ]low, contemptible and villainous inuendo. holding a charter from the Government/r-to
,
'I Cur may b adjourned (10, at tho Court Housa of the said "The Mereh.llll' and Planter Bank duly appreciate the evidences of a similar The none at al learns that I was the owner of the drafts; I beat_ war, not only with,the' bestjbterests,,

: of.on. at I the city of Snllaliance, in of Magnolia," to a pj>rar'before this Court, at the spirit on tho other side-holding myself always next recourse that occurred to me, finds that I am at %Washington and the Gov. but with the very spirit and genius of our
lid County ,, if any thing they for them- time and place. and shew was to invest these notes in
proper cauio if it some of the
any do rich ernor, Treasurer and The fact that
ready (to country. the
justice to their Commissioner Constitution
selvei have, or can sny, why the said Charter of couldwhy thevaid Charter of Incorporation bhoulil ,I I I 'ski and ; products of our soil, which would be in (for all no
( these
.. Incorpsration of te "Central Bank of Florida," not (be repealed and declared null and void. I II prowess. i quest less ready are implicated in the intimation,) at where gave power'to create .it, was of Itself]

should not be repealed annulled, and made void, I THEREFORE YOU ARE HEREBY ?COM-j i i I: do no? therefore complain of you, that, ': North.among I our favored friends at the : Tallahassee, so that weeks must elapse before an inseparable objection, with the democracy,

and allli'jeitic' imluliicf rights. privileges Indfranehise i 1IANDED. That( you make known to the sail, [' as a party man, you have thought proper to!i, for applied to a merchant to efect this I i nntice can b taken of the atlir. and the to its recharter._ The doctrine of expediency

by uro clnlprred. be s izrc into :ant.'and Planter Bank of ,'I usethe item purpose me, but t found, upon advising with public impression corrected could cot prevail against the letter of
. Magnolia | intelligence, above referred t to 8 8I this the law
_p"scpsifn_ .._. and'_ control_ _of__saiJ_:, Territory}' .Florida, 11111! rrr fidlltl. G.hier.! ; Dirpffnpa; --- _nn/f.._ _Mt"kftr.. ._ .n .t. ., _,_,_ _LI u 11m. that cetton would cost mn frnm- -__ nine trl. I I t--vnrahle nnnnr.h. .,_ L_ _1 On-- tnn_ 2ht... V"Ju.,. .1Q11.. ftr.._ L__ __.J .
anu LU uu DUU wnut I UIU .aUUCI jruu UIU, I.r you r "HtiI to latr u -- &,, ,
:
JuruIr : Court J' ten uCK augaUo.IUUgIlUtl
ncelU that znjorma1t caits
11 1:11 be It
bulJrs they before tho I per pound here which
then and thereof it and ilirin, in this. behalf, shall, our thcn'or of the Middle District Judge of Flori of doubtless, supposed something might b made me af' the North would bring with its gains in its clutches,and thence belch I violent discussion in the Senate of the U.:S. .
consider and direct,-And you arc further da f, of it. Such is only seven to eight cents. es its assassin-Iike slander I the main question, the
commanded
r theCouiity of Leon, on the second Monday | precisely my own opi&onand : ; How this, I asked ? It is against three of upon passage of the
to give notice of the institution pro- in November nc.\l after the date in strange turn in your most respectable I bill, was and decided in
ofl1i1 of thIs writ, orsurh I my only object addressing you this the tide of trade distinguished citizen, put the negative on
hereof that
:
-, ccrdng I)p'lblrion soino public! ness s. oIlIer' lime the Cour bo I is elevates the price of (the n tie In the Senate
note add GovernorTreasurer
in Ditrit a may adjourned to to your information the and Commissioner by the casting vote of the
: of
paper Florida' fur tho I upon produce at home above its ,)
to, at the Court Uoine of of value in the and
. space of three inoi.ths from the day of tho date the! oily ,Tallahassee in said sid County Leon, in subject, and to aid you in making of it, all that ket alroad. Oh I mar. my humble slf venerable George Clinton then Vice Presi.
Couity, to show, I i' ( was told
I I
I
lereof: ; aad that! you make uturn of this writ or the :any thing ll'oy for themselves have, or can j may-scrve for the public instruction which of 1 understand the In ,) you dont And now, let me ask you, in dent of the United States-so the bHl was,

,. fr dijr ofttmemn'xt term of our said Court and of why the said: Charter of 1nco'oration of The My.I I course, as a public journalist, will b very a. you receive mater. the market abroad :all candor, if these things are as they should lost. That vote, which will forever. render

: your proceedingslllercln.WiTKUi-UICIIARD G. WELLFOUD Merchant. ,' and I'lanlcr .Magnolia" .hou11! I grceable to_ you.It Dav in TJnwn__ __ Rnnl mcnev zii_ .*" price u ;I here,__ W you. _be 1 Let o.me appeal, .through_ you to our Peo. i the name of George Clinton most dearth the

Clerk of our said Court this 16th day of, 1'riio-n!a be repealed, annulled, and made void, all is a mistake then that a draft m lavor how I --J ---do n afford"- ?w n"' *iy \VMaU I.} pie. i aSk you tnen, citizens ol florida] how Democracy, was given upon .constitutional
.
, July A. I). 1840, and 6ixty.flh year of : ; b;, the illlUUllics.came conferred right ,, bencizcd privileges into and franchises of David! Levy, drawn by Governor Red," Why sir you, (he replied.t I make shipments V'mm long sba we endure these wrongs ? Shall grounds. Tbe. groans of the dying monster .

; American Independence. and)control of said Territory, and further po.srnsion to- has been paid. I have never had a draf of tbe loss, to maintain) am obliged to hazard we only be robbd. but insulted, slandered and the bitter, wailings, of its friends

tho 1L G. WEL.FORD. Clerk of do and receive what the said Court then nnd llitiip Governor Reid's in my favor though con. 1 depend my cedi and _then I and villified pleasure] by these nurslingsof filled the land. The 'Vice- President, was
Superior
District of of itant them, in this behalf, ihall conodsr and : fess he has drawn largely] upon favor by i upon I my customers indemnify me i our favor, these creatures of our own most violently assailed on accou'nl.oii by the
: Florida foi Loon my in have to I to
I", County.N'OTICE din'c. you nre further commanded to give pert. charge s much the more and Federalists( and
his
private virtues and political generous spirit? Must ; most warajly defended by the
for flour confiding our
notifv of the the the
Institution ot this proceeding, mert.Vith salt, and the cloth *
by pub that I *
is hereby given of the fortjjoin" pro. lication hen of in nome public in the this denial, I might according party usage, them. I have to add an additional sell prosperity. b bghted, ourcurrency'destrey, 1epubIican. i and amongsttbfo cruots.pdvva' .
to all persons mentioned and concernd Middle DijUJct of }Florida fur uow"laper three rest the subject ; but as I wish in formaA. I pt.tm.* CCl, uui' V. uC.-"nu'u, a'.tan _
your the rm'vaa
therein, oc I am thereby_ _< ected.1lU I mriiilhe from the dJY oflhe dale hnrnnf And that I .! .. tn. L full,. W u/ttl_ rrn f\ti. tn cntrnnrl,. T. nir_- age. ..upon. .___. _ordinary___ mercantile! profits._ ,_and I without_ murmur, and still our characters also i fence was guren.1Ln.. w I
'.' U. DUVAL. : you mako (ll.is writ and of it n -- -- -- ,- r'- 111 UlUl "a jr IblllJUUlDG I1JY3CII." I TT Cll then, maligned ? it not enough that these ill attempt was mane to emoouy sP ttto uw,
rur< your proceedings fliime is what your"informant alludes I I
Marshal of the Middle District of Florida I to,)' (said I,) I see how it is. You Bank of America be
July 1U 51 3m thereon, on the first day of the next term of that I did last hold drafts manage to shapen spawns of fraud shall mock at the restraints to located in theclty: Ct
spring two
by MINOR D. M. -not I adraft" maintain
WAKF. our sid Court.VjT.NFss your credit but we people have to of Jaw, and practice for their New York, Mr., Van Buren wa*' ouetof the;
-- TERRITORY OF \ ..-IUCIL\RD G. WELLFORD., -two drafts, drawn by the Treasurer pay for it." I No said he [ gin most active determined
FLORIDA ( ,) cant even by upon our easy confidence, but shall opposers,of tho
Clerk: of said Court of the in favor of the they
our this 16th Territory Commission.
To the Marshal day of this
o the Jidl District, July, A. D. 1840 and sixly-fiflh year of er of the Tallahassee Fund, which 1 means sustain myself.] 1 have to resort to insult and insolence,to injury and oppression! scheme. lie publicly denounced .it, in a. set
1 purcha.
ll geeing : the Independence of the United States of; sed at a exorbitant other shifts besides, and with my best,endea. The wrong of one citizen i the cause of aU.None' of resolutions, prepared,by.him, and adopted
These
WHEREAS to wit: on the sev America. drafts very : premium. vors.cant meet my engaement; (for although are safe, where one may be injured with at a County Convention,__held in Iludson.as
of .November, in tho year of R. G WFLLFORD. Clerk of soon passed from my hands, and I knew there is cotton enough to meet the The insult anti-republican and dangerous, and
our Lord ne.cessities impunity. they offer to all supported
one IIIOUI8n.eight hundred and the Court of the Middle nothing further of them until one,
Superior of now.
twcnty- Di.trict Thatj I of the natural resolution in
a trade of the a most eloquent! '
_ nine a are to who their ,
encounter apiver.
.
p Incorporation 'a granted, o'i Florida fur Leon County. they have been paid I am pleased to learn,!! is countr exposed mnlig- "
conditions, grea. part bought by the fialspeech. And when Daniel
nod restriction therein for I doubt oft up nant hostility. They have usurped, yea, Tompkins,,
the institution
oTTJonda provided, by the Legislative Council of the Terri ,I "WJOTICE is hereby given of the foregoing ptoJLXJ were transferred not the Southern to which Life Insurance they. its own to the United States Bank or I usurped, high prerogatives of the people, and with a firmness above all praise, prorogued

tile of the to a certain Bink by the name and ; ccrdin:", to al persons mentioned and concerned ( other foreign creditors, and the remnant is not have used their ill-gotten to infiict the Legislature to prevent the consummation
power
j''. _no should Ictcmie BANK OF FLORIDA," ard to 31 those therein, a am thereby directed.S & Trust Bank) stood in need of their enough to pay for the indispensable imports." that people the last oftheirdispteasure. upon We of the scheme, Mr. Van Buren boldly tools
to the Bank I \MUEL [I. D'JVAL 3Iarhal hard
Subtcriler proceeds.
c.. their succt-s.ors and 13 money Turning away in amaze at this picture of feel the his stand i in support of the Governor on that
: uliol-And; whereas also, I of the Middio Dixlrict Florida, by But allow our as a people, results of the unhappy ,

oo the seveiilcunth day of the of I July 18 51 M. me. to commence... my narrative. condition_ thought. to that_ not_ _ouly I system which has been allowed to take trying occasion. In the language of,CoJ.
root
: ___..' _, Februa. I _year_ :i. ;1sOR\'AKuD. nt the""fin.i," f\ *L.A 1 0.1. .1....h' 1J I L.L nL myself ,
8DrLrd"n"'A"...!- vt and o Ji;Li: DanK uiuuu uu Benton( -than whom no iu this
us.Ve mail
.: : I4 ;; : ; : retur its privileges among see its effects in the embarrassments -I, country
an id wt the Middle District of Florida. I uaryAD 1833, bank was chartered in
.passed by Governor and a more convenient has
ultUfe Councilor /irtY.1 "b plentiful] and sound currency of all classes, in the ruinous prices a more perfect or extensive knowledge
I tho LEON COUNTY SUPERIOR; COURT. the Legislative Council of Florida
of
i to and
; mend end Clurttr of Territory b greater facility of exchange, but it i of the very necessaries in the crowded of the history of its public .events, and public
Incorporation '
led the Union ofife
i[:IN ] Batik of Florida.
I'". 1 f be origin! enrollment of 6aid a appears CIASCJR. capital has unsettled the standard of value, driven out dockets of our courts, credit men : He,was, politically born out p .tbia
Charter of In- j RICIIAKD I
Between CKOOM, Complainant and lIEN- of this bank to the prostrate
of
three
amount millions
eorportlion ; the ]lawful
and conflict and intothe
of
,
amendment currency, prostrated credit and came Legislature _
of agatnrt
lid of rc- HIETTA SMITH, ELIZABETH M. JOHN our merchant in the arrest of emigration,
f: .eor Honda'0 the, office of the Secretary of thereCr Teri lory B CARROLL, and others, Defendants.AUI8TEAD. of dolars. was to be raised by the issue exhausted the sources of exchange; and the in the of the of our agri the Bank and for the war. lie waa the man
I j and sacrfce
territory of I well as by the public statutes of the Cro-8 Bill ted IHh December, 1839. sale purporting to pledge the people-the poor people-have thus not only I of property our which the occasion required; & ready; writer
Florida people
' printed by authority of the the j i public faith of Florida for their redemption, disappointed in their culurst cr oppressed '
GOvernor and Legislative: UPON opening matter to tho Honorable I i 1 ben expected return for that must -prompt debater-judicious: counsellorcorteous

: till whereas> also, a Jaw vas Council patcd of i by the the 81Ie.r Gov-.- BALCII. ,Judge of said Court, at Chainbcrs I I' or, in plan English, mortgaging the property, grant they made, but are subjected besides I ere long give, way mercycr despair in manners-firm "In purpose-inflexible -, .
ano this 12th of 1C40 and future of te groans '
day May by C. S. Sibley present every present and fu- in principles.
. rrTn the fourth s' live Council of (he said Territo- and L. A. Thompson, Solicitors and of Counsel for lure inhabitant of Florida toataxr4'twenty or thirty per cent upon all ,and ruin. _} say we l a people, these i iypmi1Q He_ contrived_ u_ the_ roeasures -
dayf (myself the hev
: M t .
iu among
; *? tbe .
of mir ih I (fnJlrA lorwara me outs and
orougni
"WonethouMnd 111' .AU aid rou J -- --- glTc reponisaeiiTcretItnO
L.. eight) hundred and thirty-nine, tlif 11IanILn said bill it apIeair.that, roc*.) Fnr fKo p&aan onrl.oil fiidirA time*, fur The only me"to do, to rise in 1" C .- 'spccflCdtVTU1State -
:t. Blhoriiinjtrid the against thing1natiemred fr our own we suffer
, lid Territory to requiring institute the District Attorney of Elizabeth M. Armislcad, and John U. Carol de. their payment. In addition to the benefit of was to go t tke my chance these redre.Vhie in the papers, (especially the poVe.fful.d..
requisite legal pro- fendants abovo named, has been the the exclusive! use of this vast amount of borrowed haries-t. lve agonies
ceedinga by with\the rest in bill of dress to the
t against such Banking Incorporations in buying a exchange. I our wrongs are their triumphs ; Republican"voters of the State,)
of
Marshal
their not served said Defendants the
respective Diitrict, .ic Di.trict money, bank was allowed the fur. (bund that the Commissioner of the Tallahassee which .
; wrferturts as might have incurred above naled rcniJing out of the Jurisdiction ther ; our distresses their thrift; our anguishtbe eventually vanquished the Federal
of
of
prosecute the their Charters by non-uier, and to of this Court, and it further appearing by affidavit great privilege issuing its own paper Fund had two drafts for 82050, which very gas of exhiliration to them, and_ the party, turned the-doubtful scales, and gave

:s Kwmifhl declared same to effect null so that tho said Char- ta the satisfaction of the Court, that the fid do securities as a circulating medium in the currency were.for sale he not being obliged to pay the convulsive throbs of our people, find the elections of April 1814, to the friends
b and response
meat void, by the Judg- fondants above named resido out of this of the country. All these, and other contractor for i '
of Territory
the proper CourU in said Iiatricts-And building capitol altogether I from them, only in the convulsive laughter of I an supporter of Madison and the tear,: an
and in the State of New York, in the Slats important franchises conferred _
of the char
i "hereuClualc8 or by in Northern funds I
S. Sibley, the United and being thus to gain the fiend. Yes people Florida! I call event,theJutellignnce of which was received
AtornPlof Carolina II it Ordered
1-1 Wiles for the Middle NoiIh : by the Court, that ter, fell into the hands of a few individuals for the work upon
the I
liltrict of Florida, amount of the premium. I as value at Washington with an exultation only infe.
3'4i' hug ouaid prosecu. tho said defendant, Henrietta Smith, ElizabethM. you. you your own interests, your
ilmkhalfofsajd > appeared on this day, Annislcad, and John B. C.nrol. do appear and who secured to themselves, as stockholders, offered for thoni whatever others would give, rights, your dignity, the rights and : none that with. which was -received .by the

Ieri: ja given, to undetktand Territory, and by hill the Court .....mar eid Proa Hill on -AIondav.- the all the_profits_and benefits to be derived from and thnt fate Was found to &m tirrnlii____ nfr__ rr.ntl__.n. i nfthtl whn...- Ih"l"n" .0.."'_o happiness_ ,' news cf the,victory of New Orleans..* .

* th$4dbBauk of"''Crid.,huh and forfeited be informed its that fifth day of October, 1840, or that sid Crow Hill the scheme ol which that charter was the em- I[ hesitated to give it, because they,were. drafts 9 LU" iU CIU IUyourmihtr.aer In Feb._ 1815, be was appointed Attorney
% Char be taken conlensed them certified bodiment.In your proper prerogatives,
terind against
all the franchises, privileges and immunities this Order a being published by complainant; a week.copyol I on 'V bingonhich was out of the way, of your peace from General of the State ot New, York. In 1816
for this
return abstraction
thereby, enormous from and
* prayed that conferred by non.lr. and he hath ly until that day in the wFlond.an; ," a newspaperpublished not easily negotiable among you, and recover to your its he was re-elected to the Senate of the Stae.

r:] ".to lummon a tcivefaciat the 'might issue according to s Tallahassee, and proof thereof fled the general rights of the community,my own elsewhere than at the place of payment-no. lost character, and to yourselves countr rights lathe. in'ttr': of 1819-20, a, meeting was

* pear before this Court said Bank at the of Florida," t ap. with the Clerk of this Court. among the rest, and their exclusive conferment body out of the Territory knowing whoa you have been rifled of. I know' have, held in Albany] to take jrjtoconsicleni.tiopMssouniQuestion the
I time you
F proper and A true Test: pon the few members of this association Treasurer of Florida -
clo show copy. that be which
bad the State
or (
cause if any it coald, why the said authority in some degree, adventured in this Legislature
; Char of Incorporation should bo R. G. WELLFORD, the People were led to expect the ad. to draw upon the Treasury,of the' U.'Stat"s. already l was called_ to instruct their Sena
li: u. not repealed, 16th 1840. 42 tSthO Clerk. course, but let each moment, give upon_
declared__nul and void; may vantage of a more convenient, plentiful] and There was nn nltnrnnfivp. however_ If wnl, hirh tn ._. ;...,__ :_ <.L_ _.______t. ....e1 tors,and Representatives_ in Congress, to opV
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'ULrtlOlt, YOU ARE HEREBY COM. ) Superior Court for Lon County.N0TLMILI. at the same time sound currency, and greater> the b I could do, and I was obliged to take you shall have; ;;;iiuI'i';;; .U. ; crushed LU '''underfoot UUIU pose the extension i of.slavery, as a condition .

you make known to the said Tcxu, facilities of exchange.'Vei the In the then the admission of
"Bd;of Florida 1840 place of the twenty.five the vile, the creeping serpent_of ; to Missouri_ as a State }Ir.
and all the JOHN BRANCH w. WILLIAM jr., & TUOMAS the bonds issued sold monopoly
IJre.identCuhierl were -were hundred dollars I had Van.Buren
first refused
Ditor i at I found to the of
and sign
Stockholders myself, -that curst engender of the proceeding
mon.
CARSON, &c.
that they be I trading, under tho firm and for them and blasting
rlddl.ore the Judge at| our Superior Court of the I style of Wm. Crawford jr. At Carson. ad money was procured what with discount and expenses.in waiting to sters.that new offend your rights, and 'prey that meeting, although obedience them*
District of Florida for the : put in use ; the notes of the bank were scattered effect exchange, with he did not the
County of Leon, Attachinenl $1.U8,31-0amgC 13,00. drafs for 82050.- upon the vitals of your society. Swear each .oppose passage of instructions

d tbelnd this writ.Mcndsy in November nut after the f VI HE defendants and all others! intereled, are profusely] and the circulation of the There'was FOUR AND FIrrv DOLLARS one. as I ,do, unsleeping] undying, eternal to the U. S.. Senators,. ,to the, Missouri. re
iL | ur such other lime the Court H hereby notified of the institution of said country almost monopolized with them : .and of strictions. < -
But
1'1 my earnings gone at once, the fruit enmity to monopoly, the fatal source of as we.hare naoWn.fetter to
b adjourned to a so
at the Court suit, attachment returnable Term aforesaid
House by to the
ca if7-tl ofTalahleo? and County of Leon, to in show the ; and are required to appear, and plead to the- immunities by these means and large and followed peculiar benefits, of t this grant" of privilege to "the Union Bank much wrong, and in that vow you 'have' the. Mr. Jones, of Albany, on that.subject, it is

.U,11,, ".aw they fur Ihemselvts have or can s/y. I do-laration: fled in said case, I the law directs. profits to the stock. Florida. VICTORY Your very obt._ servt. l here subjoined : :-v ,< t
.r Plorjd1" Clurur oflneorporaUon the-Dank i n.a116 3 n JO. BR.ANCIIAtt.f,r holders. But'the lesson does.not end here. should D. "Sir: You, badthypermssaouJo..uas.thyname ,

hide 'oid and.hould not b repealed, annulled, and In the month of March, 1840, I, one of the have been glad if ir did. On the 14th day-of LEV. as.a committee: to call a meeting of our

1 i frncis, .lllbrtiel i immunities, privileges Superior Court for TERM JLcoii, 1B40.EUWAKD Pljt. People in derogatioi. of whose rights these' Feb. 1835, another diminution ofthd common For the Floridian. citizens, to express their opinion on the 'Missouri
same conferred
( J"Po, teiion and control of said Territory, bo seized, and DUD'raDVILLIA.NOV".E grant had been made, had come into the pos rights of the People was made in the grant ofa The Next "rsldency.-: IV. question,and the propriety your doingso

do and receive wha the said Court then and THOMAS CARSON, trading,, fee.. under the session of a sum twenty.five hundred dollarsin i charter privileges, to a association to be MARTIN VAN BUREN-His views in has not been questioned by me. You

31fVl7lltDd...... them this behalf, shah con- firm and style of Wm. Crawford jr. ft Carson.Attachment the notes of the Union Bank, the almost styled, the Southern Life Insurance and TrustCompanyconfaining 'latitg to fa.old! V.: S. Bank-The Mis re.. surely cannot suppose' 'that the use of my

i gus "fwel of And you ere further commanded $2,858.15.-Da.rnsgea $ .0000. exclusive currency of the.country, which Rwaa concessions and franchises fours Question-and his ; name for that purpose,o imposed: oa me an
J "ou.ct the of Free
.1 institution of this proceeding(, THE J.rondant. and all others ilteled ae necessary for me to use the Jim of still and support obligation to "
beyond a more enormous sign : .
alarmingextent -might
memorial
Iublictoo
? in notified Negro .
hereor some public iu of the institution of said Suffrage, ii tke: York Convention
tUSf District Florida,for the new.papr, suit, by attachment returnable to the term afore its of the Territory. Upon enquiry, I ascertained than had been conferred upon the Union' ; considered be agreed upon by. the meeting; Being out

TaBint* day tof the date J herot'% and that said; and are required to and plead-to the I that these notes would not buy my Bank. This Charter had come to be the' I thought toliaveclosed in'my last, f the b of town when it was h ,aSd.,havipg.no
returit of this a. declamation filed in said appar. l Jaw directs meals nor out of Florida] and fo band la
of ,
wrt proceed. a pay my way property mostly pe'ros resident abroad forming or adopting,ihatdeinorialf Iso
.I Ur.oa: ,.La the first J ot o QUL term of may. IA At 4n -Tf"->.- 1lRANtILAtt.orPl'ff.-- -- thnt- tluouvnll,1- hn .nir..lv nnnvnit"hln....... .. .fer- f.A t .n" : .' .._ ___ ,I present at I least_ ltt that it_was_deemed neces. dA .Inp..I'RI._ .'nlnf'. (u _..n. ,1' -_.._.
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- WITt-RICUARD' G. WELLFORD, dnperior Court (or County any purpose of.busines' pleasure., A very This circumstance would_ it was_to sbe sup.; the to.sniin"i1atoD to.1\r. further,than you concerned; ir callmg

of our said Court, this 16th day AOTEMBIR TE.Lon 18 convenient currency this, I thought myself..i posed, have resulted |in.such gratitude for our of',Nes as-did not fnd tai more pine shir its, the meeting-: presume,it aotyoiif; tntan

6u dl1 of July A D. 1810 and the sizty. :JOHN BRANCH, Administrator of and singular Tread the notes, and found they'contained generosity, that theywouldseek l to make some victim than do the President's mies Uon to inquire into. Your res

>year of the lndepndent of the United tho gojds, .chattels, rights, auJ credit, of promises to pay on demand the amounts res. return 'by.at least a to their, ob. clingto : 'iMY LU
slander ,
this base *
(
St.of James Branch, CRAW. stnct'reg4 opposition'Kthe war,)
decelod.VILLt4M each. I
., B. G. WELLFORD.Clerk of FORD jr., and THOMAS CARSON, trading, &c, pectively designated loked. ten hgationi, and ordin j the people of coined for !their purposes tb do him.wronj I r -.
*! Superior Coort of the Middle! at the charter of the bank, and found the fol.1 the country. Finding that the drafts' "January 2 IflJ, 1820S ,
District of under the firm and stylo of Wm. Crawford jr. 1 had will only) stop ,notice a'single cI 4
howevtrJ
S F1.rda. for Leon Cua1l.IJ & Cat son. K- lowing provision, word for word : I That the were in larger BUm than, I ould"u8etcm.and specification i ta_ made '. So much for the much::tallad] of MaeooriQuestion.

E AtacmentD.ral" f 5,000.0.- .said corporation sbal never refuse or IUS.u that unless I changed I huh in evidence of his @ .
opposition ',.
i hereby given of the tefor money .t'
; L all persons mentioned foregoing.ana con.pro I THE notified; of al institution of the,uid&it p'nd United' the States payment of, f of lawful their money of obli.the cola peither travel l.:nor.' et my other_ ,eni.gagenunts I mlglrltc to pronounce"it f'Uoc Th 'verj head and frool of bi. offeadIag ; ?
ein, u I any notes or I tried for ; '
10 thereby dirtcled. by attachment returnable to the Torm aforesaid get specie them. This expose its >y \ b? HtlUiisizteat '

SAMUEL I DUVAL, and ara required t appear, and plead to Lh.gallons, or of any (und received by ihem I could pot amp1. My agent; Iprfeoi : It is:aflegwi'that, on tbeeY It bewellk ? M11ta4b
of te t
s tI Middle DieL'Florida, I doeJsj-alien fi'ed' in said the law directs.may in dep site. And upon looking into the tem to \B ,' *D-n d. orN $ MnTabBufsri -
13m by )1. 18 4t.3m .JO.URANCHAUforPJ'f constitution: end laws of the United States I mntDe. (-t l2
1.0& difficulty '
AD its.o'wn'notes.
I 7a
j se ObD per : made; J legishoire "All meeting,iu onftoERRITORY.
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tP"-- which ''Under that mania for. creating and amend. on explanation, thepartoftietyM.frof

PsIe dM jpesAorial, although be, as will beseen subject wall be dropped, until some new oc. usage in the navy. H. h u_ interdicted- already l. indeed a new era would have which opened would be in I'I ing bank charters which has afflicted so ma. thI nature and extent o of the pledtfZSS .
sion arise to make it again the subject of the enlistment of black: tailors to a the past has never seen, of a solution .
,w* not present. may with the present, and which ny of the Legislative Conc Fera was reconsidered, and ameoded
contrast
In 1621,Mr. Van Buren was elected as a an attack on the President. great extent, and we trust will abolish it sJ. glaring would hail with thanksgiving and .supplemental act" passed in pmt .to require that; wh the Director! sfadd .
IBttttber of the Convention, which convened in But we are determined the subject shall not together,notwithstanding the remonstiancesvf the future as what was a of location of the bank b appointed, a exhibit !

I August of that year to amend the Constitution drop thus into the grave. We aPe determined the officers of the navy, (Pie has the right to praise, and the more and what joyously Is will and must chang M city of Tallahassee, or at i b made to Ic a then73a j
will be more,
of Els native State. His agency in originating the people of Virginia and the South shall I do so. no the dealer lasts, the termination of a rail way between Tallahassee I meeting of,the who then
least as ci
thift Convention, had been most conspicuous; see the conduct of these pretended champions It is a little remarkable, that while! Mr. he forever, at in as and long silver exclusively. and some point on the St. Marks, or i such a course i rel woJ oattet tab .
of their laws and rights in its colors and Bolts would whole Administration into and deals gold t t
A&tith; avowed object of his activity, was the true put the if this be accomplished by a great Apalachicol river or bay. A permissionwas might be deemed by most yjj .
.extension of the right of suffrage. The part for this purpose, I now proceed to lay before the bands of Harrison and his friends, be Now, can to be accomplished bythe given, that on such change of loca. In t it was understood that those
dealer likely
which be took in its proceedings was most them the latest proceedings of the House of should admit that he dare not trust the committee Federal, itjs more by any other tion, the name of the bank shall also be chan I for bank auiC; and aii ftwtsa 1t.

.consicuous. His untiring industry, ,and the Representatives in relation to this matter. in .which his party control, with the know -l about. 1st. Its ged to that of the .a Merchants& Planters' course 8 right proper in itself it wiser

in ....r.timth1"; !ZI with which he aoolied him. On that occasion. Mr. Chanman of Alaba. question he has raised in the Ho'e case.. It I agency* .. we.,. 11I.:11.,, : i. ...:ii Bank of Florida." as a matter of course, in
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----e self to the accomplishment- of his a &great object ma, offered the following resolution : is proper to particularize that that committee I dealings win DO urge enougu. uijr. AI.from wu' supplemental act contained the con. pc the meeting t a v 2
be the amount, or nearly so, Ti wol
to same b
; attest most strongly the sincerity of his "Resolved,That the Committee on the Judiciary consists of Jive Federalists and four friends of increasing di that to obtain those the the matter laid before c
to in times prvieg not to
ofl peace
His speech, in opposition to an to which was referred the case of the Administration. The five Federalists year year increasing stockholders of the said bank have been any
purposes. in proportion to rem expece very great dffi.
gradually perhaps
!
amendment to the pioceedings of the Convene Lieut. Hooo, be required to report forthwithto as follows: Messrs. Sergeant Pennsylvania and consequently-n.increasing within a certain fixed perio all of its blt culty fond making a satisftetorv
tionoUaM by Chief Justice Spencer, 're.i1uiring this Houao who are legal witnesses under Hoffman and Barnard, of New York, and population, a and receiving other liabilities presented it. exhibit to the Directors byt.
Paying a shal
u a qualification to vote for Senators, the existing laws, before courts martial in the Mason of Ohio, from free States, and Mr. expenditure.amounts 3dly.in equal times, or nearlyso This was a precedent, without a and the Directors could apt to

freehold estate of the value of$250; and ins navy of the United States; and further to report Stanly of North Carolina,from a slave State; the equal small circulation could never compliance with which the supplemental act the propriety if no the absolute necessity f see'

reply to Chancellor JCent-in which the u ho shall hereafter be examined as wit. and the four Democratic members. of the be, contracted change or enlarged. I will was null and void, and, no privileges grnte a satisfactory exposition being made o
this nesses in trials before such courts." committee are, Messrs. Samuels of Virginia, suddenly the was state and condition of o
Chancellor remarked that : without qua. not to what the amount of small by it could inure to grte. .I a bank about
\ pretend
i Kficalion, it would meet with the scorn of the Mr. Mitchell, the member fronvNew York Colquitt of Georgia, and Turney of Tennes. in circulation nay should be in such a not only voidable, but was actualy voi; and vive after a fraudulent failure. t b"

wise, and be hailed with exultation by the who signalized himself so greatly in the negotiation see, from slave States, and !Mr. Crary of change it sufficient, if it give you only the charter remained in the sam 8 I was some four or five months

vicious and profligate-implying that the rich for secu ring the profits of the public Michigan, a free State. the country change; for a shin of beef to the butcher, if the supplemental ac bad never been pa. The.Directors have been appointed ; pe a
vicious and 'printing to the National Intelligencer, object. The Democrats were all for Mr. Chap.man's I notice has been
were true, and the poor proJ.i.gateis / and a loaf of bread to the baker, per diem ; sed.How given in the adjoining
; an enduring monument to the democ. ed. Mr. Chapman moved a suspension of, proposition. This will show clearly, deal more far the bank or its stockholders have that the bank has gone into operation: S f
j
; : but it must necessarily give a great
of his ,the rules, and demanded the and : (unless Mr. Botts was opposed to ridding the condition I D
racy of his principles, end the strength yeas nays all the complied with this precedent, a meeting has been and the citizens I
1 perhaps we want. Stating average cle
4 attachment to popular rights. "He was determined," ho said, "to press the navy of negroes as witnesses and sailors,) to and expenditure at 20 millions, some unable to say with certainty. I have been the place are just of o
After the Federalists found that they could matter home, now it was begun,and to bring whom Mr. Bolls was afraid to trust Southern revenue 5 millions of will suffice to told that sundry of its bills or other obligations condition of the iort tb were lt a
4 specie bk
a
or carry tbe
I net retain in the new Constitution the proper. other gentlemen to the bull-ring." A call of interests !. the annual the balance in the were presented, and were not paid. first day of the city of the O
I on operation ; arinln OTTO.
ty qualification by direct means, they sought the House wms ordered, and the question then Is not their real motive now apparent to I whether it be 40, 50, 60 or 70 millions It is generally understo here, that those ers of the .
of the of suffrage recurring on the motion to suspend the rules the whole world Is not the paltry purposefor I country bold the
to defeat the extension right : will left to sustain the which, who now charr, having purchased Those here connected with the
J by stratagem. The parties being nearly ba. for the purpose of submitting the resolution, which all this noise is made, as clear as' whether, it b amounts to 120 or paper 210 millions, if, as (they say, from the old stokholder re. out that its bills would be bk gave

a lanced in the Convention, they thought they' was decided by yeas and nays, as follows : the light of day Here was an opportunityto will be quite ample for all the demands of fuse to pay any of the bills or of Georgia and Alabama banks. 'wi bi

.k could render it sufficiently odious to a sufficiently yeas 100, nays 61. settle a question in every way highly important trade and commerce -perhaps quite enoughto tions of the Bank of Magnolia, contendingthat distance, publications were made, Bu a.
of the democratic Will not the good people of Virginia and to the interests of the navy, and the did receive the benefits of purporting
large portion not be
satisfy the cravings of the extravagant a they to extracts from the minutes of the Board
t members, by placing free negroes on an the South,take it for granted that their great harmony of the Union, involving the highest of the paper money lovers.mot This paper the charter under its old name, they are not of Directors, that the bills of the bank would-
fooling with: the whitcman, to champions, Messrs. Bolts and Taliaferro, consideration of policy and justice; and what bound its bills either the
r equal poor will be so much the sounder than it would to pay by obligationsof b redeemed in specie on presentation.
voted with those who do these do and where are they O
desirous of gentlemen ,
f; secure its rejection when the main question were bring. otherwise be, because, instead of comparingpaper law or justice. these publications was accompanied a
P1 should be taken. For this purpose an ing the question!: involved in the case of Lieut. f found. Dodging the question; herding among.I with are now forced te This pretension is the more extraordinary, recommendation of the institution to the
I Hooe, to a speedy issue ? That would the bitterest enemies to the rights and institu. paper a you con.
offered the -Bill of they
AlJendDODtVal to the of those bills
not fidence of
do would it with an ever as payment are only re the citizens Alabama, a
compare pre "ape-
Rights" which the of suffrage was press the subject on the House,and distinguish tions of their constituents, and lending their you the dictates of but a
fi -by right evils of which sent standard of gold and silver. An addi. quired by plainest justice cie paying bank, and a being "founded,
1 to be extended to every free negro in the State themselves. above-all others, in a cause which aid in perpetuating these very : tional and certain effect of a merely metallic by the very words of the supplemental act a solid specie capital!"
t upon the same conditions that it was offered|they have affected to be the leaders. But no they complain. Having answered their ends, for wouldbe itself. That act contains this proviso: .*that Those connected with the bank deny that

I to the poor white man. Their scheme was such thing. Among the opponents of Mr.Chapman's they expect to smother all further proceed. currency the check it governmental would furnish purposes to the extrava. nothing herein contained shall be construed to the bank these publications be

nearly successful. The Federalists saw in it resolution, side by side, in loving ings; having made their stock political cap. and aberrations of Government, an ef. affect the rights of any creditors of said bank made ; author acknowledged that the t
gance bt resolution
I communion, we find Messrs. Bolts and Talia. ital, they hope to sit down quietly in its enjoy.
success either If they succeeded in who have instituted institute
-
f proceedings
or
way.
fect not to be lightly estimated.You may representing the bank being prepa.
( defeating that feature of the bill, they retained ferro, voting with Messrs. Gates, J. C. Clark, ment. it for the of their red a
I in against recovery debt to its bills in was
We perceive am sanguine my predic. pay specie,
thoir favorite If Evans. Hunt. Calhoun of Massachusetts nnd But we tell them they are mistaken. adote b
t property qualification. tions of the or this ;in nny mnnnor whatever. the Board of Some
!r of the the rest o/ the most confirmed and rancorous intend to ring the changes on these sounding salutar consequences Director. D ,
notwithstanding the feature It would indeed be a most state of
negro much measure, of which singular to the amount of about one hundred and
enemies to the institutions of the South? brasses and tinkling cymbals, till they echo you fifty
I amendment, the democrats still, rather than of be. things, if a institution, making a dollars have been
have and been
statement ,
Yes a simple my opinion or banking presented, paid
there their the South. We them
cheek visit
they are, names by through mean to
endanger the rights of the poor man,persisted fraudulent be released from its in the bank
IS lief without the I borrowed
supposed you faiure specie, having the mo.
jowl the side of the Abolition leaders and and their heads the
in voting for it, they would yet be the gainers, by I frequently, pour on con. argme. obligations to creditors the trans
asked financial by mere with which the notes
nev
I r reinforced no more ; on a were
S
all the rabid centration of embittered
for the blacks had been with them by Whigs, among scorn, unless they reem
,(un.
ever is worth much what would fer of its stock to other individuals, and by I remain
subject not respectfully, .
; appear your ln'
whom find those demonstrate the of
of their motives
wo
-, apt personifications sincerity by
der the old Constitution those that were ,
: pos permitted to its and loca
a system on might turn out being change name EDWARD R. GIBSON.St. .
paper
the and interests of
feelings the South who the have raised
the bringing question they to a go
sessed of freehold
estate enjoyed right
a Some of its old bills have been
in and indifferentor lately .
to a one practice, an Joseph,July 24,1840.
to vote,and had always voted with the Federalists are identified with a faction aiming at the final issue, which, while it settles points of the b presented, and refused.
ii ,) and from their inherent love of show, overthrow of their institulions. 'deepest interest, the greatest delicacy, shall, objectionable one on paper a very go There is another payment consideration connectedwith
and their fondness for the parade and ofU Messrs. Bolts and Taliaferro, the booted..j at the same time, show to the deceived peopleof one in practice ; bnt a argument a. A.
p.1 pomp the establishment of the bank this
at
system, founded on the dishonesty of man. To Cashier 4* Directors of
wealth, they had no doubt but that they could belted, spurred champions of the South, the Virginia whether these gentlemen can be th Pre.tt
in which the
kind, is a false one. Men must place, community at large ofMagnolianowdoing basinets
foremost in denouncing the evil i brought it in opposition the very carry i Btnk
31 control their suffrages at the polls-so, what. arc seen (to vote upon b>>
the out systems ; men must collect and men must greatly interested. The supplemental in St. Joseph under the style and name of
foremost in
the Abolition lenders whether dare
be the result of the issue among pposing remedy. they cone up
they
ever night
:. disburse the public revenue, and it matters provides expressly for its at Talla the Merchants Planters' Bank Flo.
They voted in with the the bull. loO
conjunction Abolition. to
: fould not be loosers. At this stage of the ring 4 o
; at the end of
nothing whether that revenue be, gold and hasee or a way leading rida :
ist leaders I
crisis Mr. Van Buren and defeat.ed against suspending the rules to
ci interposed, the resolution of Mr. ''That GOV. TROUP'S LETTER. silver or of paper. If, indeed, the paper be the same to the St. Marks or Apalachicola GENTLEMEN : I beg leave to inform you
their for pass Chapman
.. their amendment disgraceful project that ,by substituting that the Committee on the Judiciary, to which was, good for nothing, that is sufficient security river or bay. Does thiutbor its es. that, in pursuance of a resolution of the&
one required every referred the ease of Lieutenant Hooc be LAUKENS Co., GA., MAY 16, 1840. against embezzlement ; if equally good, it is tablishment and location any place within ate of the United States, adopted on the
free before he should be entitled to required
negro, to 'Who. the witnesses My Dear Sir : It is a long time 'nce 1 more easy of embezzlement than gold and the Territory ? Can such a construction b of December. 1839, and of a resolution of
freehold of the report are legal
vote, must possess a estate under the laws have taken any part in Presidcnt.nuking. silver. Will it matter much if the men who put on those words as to legalise its organization the Hous of Representatives of the Legislative
existing before court martials
value of $250. Thus he the
to
: preserved in the of the United Stales and When :Mr. Crawford was smitten by the hand collect and disburse happen to b Whigs or and establishment at St.-Augustine, Pen- Council of the Territory of I
his without the disgrace navy further Frd
'
L poor man rights, deep sacola at this ?1 hit then banks
who shall be Providence, 1 advised my friends: at Wash. Democrats 1 I have pretty much the same or place can, have received a commission from Excl.
I of with him in the report hereafter examined as
associating enjoy. witnesses in trial before such Courts." ington to take up Mr. Macon. lie was a confidence in both ; the one set have been and other chartered institutions may give,to lency Robert Raymond ReidGovernor of the
of those of the land.
Went rights, every negro Here the is plain farmer of revolutionary merit of sound already there to steal and plunder ; the other their charter whatever construction they Territory of Florida, to examine into and report .
question freely and
Hear what he himself when discuss. presented,
F says, with of have to please, and far they are concerned, we to him the state and condition of the in-
common sense, knowledge men yet come. 8 a
the in the great
I Intr the extension of the right of suffrage : issue met very teeth. Will not the ... .. .
"' people o( Virginia and the South, look to' and things, and ol sulticienl- political experience From this project, to deal in gold and sil- may consider them released from the obligations stitution over which you respectively preside
"One word the be fore the
xnnmmnciic on mm mam all question Clu1 icuvucu me u_-- u_.*_ -j Tj r _. '.,,.......t ;., 'I'' to minister the Government of the U. verI have never been able to conjecture how, of common sense as well a of law. and direct.I .- .
verge universal suffrage. There was but the van on this occasion? But they will look States. He could say No,' when it was tit. by any possibility, loss .or detriment can accrue With regard to them, words have lost their also beg you will let me know in what

poe step beyond. And are gentlemen pre. in vain. They will be found lila away among ting, and was no dealer in ifs. It struck me to any body. I it true the mass of the meaning, except a they may choose to have manner, and at what time,it will b most convenient .

pared to take that steT; Wo were cheapen. the Abolitionists; shank into more than their it would do well for an experiment at least ; community is so corrupt that it is willing to them defined. to you that this etaJAati shall

ing this invaluable right. He was disposedto usual littleness; they blinked the question; and that if it succeeded, the people of the U. deal in nothing but bad paper ? or do the politicians The most serious jnjury may result to the lake place ; whether by writen interrogatories .

go as far as any man, in the extension of they DARED not oppose their brethren and i States might contract a taste for such nen, persuade them they wi have a bank, people from the establishment of a bank at or by means of personal communication .
r national liberty; but he conld not consent to associates; "they would not come up to the j rather than for your well trained and thorough the extinguisher of ul banks, whose this place not authorised by law. Having no and examination at the bank. It will

r undervalue this precious privilege, so far as bull.ring." bred politicians. One thing would have been paper will b equal gold and silver ? In. legal existence in itself it could not ei.force give me pleasure to consult your conveniencein

t to confer i it, with an indiscriminate hand, upontvery It will be seen in yesterday's proceedings, certain : you would have had no violations of stead of or detriment, I have seen no in. in a court of law any obligations given to it, this respect.

one, BLACK or white, who would be given in another column, that !Mr. Chapmanof the constitution or other abuses to complainof convenience to result to any body, except, indeed thus opening the door to the greatest frauds. Respectfully,your ob't serv't,

: kind enough to condescend to accept it.- Alabama, put Mr. Botts and his Northern and the Government would havo been in the first instance, to the merchant ; Its paper to a large amount might b put in EDWARD R. GIBSON.St. .

Debates in New York Convention, p. 277.] and Southern Federal allied to another severe known and felt only in its salutary constitu. to him it will b a novel operation for a time, circulation, without there being any power to .Joseph, July 18,1840.

Inscribe ihat vote-on negro suffrage-ofMr. test. lie proposed to exclude by lathe en. tional action. But these were so many ob. but for a time ; if it costs him more compel, in a court of law, the debtors of the -

Vgji Buren's, on every banner, and let it i ilJoI.t listment of black sailors in the navy of the jections to him. trouble and expense t be always ready to bank to pay their debts, if they should choose B.

on every breeze. It was he, and he United States. This'oul4 at once exclude If I failed in my second trial of Presi. meet the custom house demand, he knows to refuse so tQ do. The certain consequenceof .'Ierc'n if Plant,' Book of Fa., )

alone, WHO DEFEATED THE EXTJENSIO.X OF all negroes from the participating in any way dent making surely you would not haveme how to charge that expense to his customer ; such state of things would b a loss, to St. Joseph, 22d July, 1840. \

THE RIGHT OF SUFFRAGE TO FREE :ECHOES, in sailors1 rights. It would exclude them at this time of day, to join in the cry and my word upon it, the consumer of his the people, of perhaps the amount of E. R. GIBSON, Commissioner &c.

l fc the State of New York. But alas! that from coming within' the jurisdiction of naval of Loafers, Loco Focos, Shinplasters, Log merchandise wi b the last to complain, if he the circulation of the bank. Sir: Your communication of the 18th

rote, for which he deserves the thanks of all courts and destroy the foundation of the ju. Cabin, Hard Cider, and the like. Let those sees nothing an insignificant charge but a The original charter and the supplementn instant was submitted to such of the DirecP

passes of men, ,in every section of the country dicial decision complained of. .But Mr. Botts, who have a fancy for such things settle the redemption from evil suffering, and a resto- act remained a dead letter in statutes tore a were present today, (there no being
,and which should win for him Mr. Stanley, and the rest of these Southern matter among them ; they who have the ration to the comforts nnd enjoyments of life, the Territory until some two months ago, a sufficient number to form a Boa) when

.. Golden opinions from all orU of men," Harrisonites, who court Northern Abolition least to do with it, always excepting a frac. to which, in every country, the pocket and when the bank organised in this! citynd wen I was instructed to'inform you a compS-

.is endeavored to be turned to his disadvantage. support for their Presidential candidate, dare tion of the office hunters, will be the better traveling money in gold and silver coinage so, into operation. ance with the same was respectfully dele

It pas this vote which first awakened towards not press the Southern principle to a practical off.As eminently contribute. The very fraction ofa Some time last winter, certain persona, cit. in as much as we'now have before c

him the hostility of Northern Aboli... result. They know that the-- Ahnliiio.__.__!_____n nnrtv'., to the use and abuse of my- name in per cent, charged by the merchant for his izens of Alabama, came to this place, and tion to appear at the neit Superior f
tipnists, and is by them- used as evidence--of- 1 I and their Northern Federal allies,desire r-that; connection with the same office, all I have trouble and cxjKJnse of keeping gold and silver made known to our citizens that they hud Leon County, to shew cause-why this .

,his pro-slavery feelings-and strange to say, a black sailor should be entitled to all the to say is, that if those who used it were to answer occasional demands, will be purchased the charter of the Bank of Mag. ter should not be forfeited on the ground o
4s urged against him in the South as evidence ri ht. of\a white sailor; they know that the genuine State Rights men, they had a, right more than repaid by the direct tendency of. nolia, and that they intende to organize and :
of his Abolitionism bis want of "South.em .! Abolitionists would be glad to see Bucn a pro. .- -- :., -A ---- **--...iy sOtI who had. If the operation to keep that gold and silver at establish it here, if were agroaaU*.to> tho nR.ac.I tun, roepV yourjb't- serv,t,
J p>> nciples." How is this. I will tell portion of black sailors on our ittps, as would they used it for the office, they were wrong; home, which might otherwise go abroad ; it citizens or tniypmcc.. After the mailer had very H. W.* Caster.
you. Jt: is in perfect keeping, however, with make our crew as checkered in color as the if they used it because they could not con. will bio so much the more valuable at home, been talked over for some weeks, between CATER
Federal' Whig tactics-fraud and deception. black and white regiments in Canada. They sistently vote for either of tho persons who and therefore cannot leave the country. But the owners of the bank and those citizens PUBLIC MEETING.

They say, that Mr. Van Buren, in the New know that the Abolitionists would be gratifiedto were tho only candidates for it, then they enough ; every body tires of this dry and who felt more particularly interested in the At a meeting of the Democratic Republicans -

York Convention, voted to extend the right of have emissaries on board all our ships, to* were right, and then they were thrice welcome unproductive subject. The President should establishment of a bank here,a public meetingwas of the Talaa Precinct, held a t

suffrage to free negroes-but studiously conceal communicate with the Jamaica black freed to use and abuse it. I must confessthe long since have compelled his party to carry called to take the matter into consideration Court ,Hous Taabae agreeabte t

the fact, that by that very vote, he de. men-the Hayiiens-and all the rest of their use did give mo some annoyance, but that out the measure. and to hear what the owners of' the previous notice, esq., won
,fcated the scheme of Federal Abolitionism- black brethren in the islands neighboring our was personal, and not worth a complaint ; Very sincerely and truly charter had to say to the people in relationto motion called to the Chair, and THOXATILLHTGHAST

its indiscriminate extension to all free negroes Southern States. Such amalgamation in our. the abuse, in a general: sense, I had been used G. M. TROUP.To it. ,appointed Secretary, when the

-upon an equal footing with the white voter. ships may stand hereafter, not merely a* an I to, and therefore could bear with U; but in Te meeting was addressed by a following Preamble and Resolutions were introduced

They carefully keep out of view, the fact, that argument, but at some critical moment, an the sense hich. excited your friendly indigo His Excellency ROBEKT RAYMOND REID. was understood, was gntlema and unanimously adopted :

by giving the right to a very few-by require ejicieniforce to aid their cause, especially if nation, it was indeed the most signal and Governor of the Territory o Florida : the future President of the bk.sclete madean IVea The people oi a free government

jog a freehold possession to enable them to Northern while sailors could ever be indoctri. heart-felt gratification.The Sri : In pursuance of commission exposition of the those who owe to be watchful over te

."ote-B rRKVEirrxD' THE EXTENSION' OF nated with Abolition idea With these dormant relation in which you have stood, and from you, authorising and directing me to examine owned the charter. It was their intention, interests, and careful that their rights 1

THAT JJTVALCABIM RIGHT, TO SOME TWENTY I feelings slumbering in the breasts of the the warm feelings constantly manifested toward into and report to you the state and he said, to establish a commercial bank, to maintained, which can only b effected by
.OR THIRTY'THOUSAND FREE NEGROES. That Abolitionists, the Southern allies of Northern me, give you a claitn to my poor politi. condition of the Merchants &Planters' Bankof be conducted o correct banking pnnciples ; vigilance-which is ever the price of liberty :

.vote,makes the South I largely his debtor; for; Whigery dare not wake it up, by demandinga cal opinions, when you please to ask them, Magnolia, now doing business in this city the pubic need be under no apprehension of And whereon these great purposes i oof/

who cap Jell the amount of mischief the Abolitionists law to exclude blacks, not'only as witnesses, and you have them briefly but frankly. under the style and title of the Merchants & being any fraud speculation of trick in to be effected by union and c .s

.. of New York might accomplish\ with but from forming a part of the naval powerof What is called the Sub-Treasury, ,(if it Planters' Bank of Florida, I directed, to the the matter ; it wa intended to be a fair good understanding amongst those having foa
oooo negro votes at command. And but the Union. These Southern men, there. means the dealing by the Government in gold President and Directors of said Bank, the business transaction. He further declared object in view, and agreeing in the great

'( for the course of Mr. Van Buren, in the New fore, preferring the advancement of their and silver,exclusively,) I consider not only a accompanying communication,dated July 18, that the parties had ample means for effecting principles by which our freedom i to h preserved

York Convention, such an army of negro Presidential candidate's interest to that of the constitutional but an extremely wise and very 1840, and marked A. A verl communi- their object, the establishment of a sound and and our government safely properly
*otep :w uM this day have had the right to South, have voted down the tenders of the' expedient measure. It ought nerer to cation was made to me,that answer could safe banking institution. administered.For .

,! arct to the polls, and claim tho privilegeto Northern and Southern Democracy, to vote I have been a dealer in any thing less-at least not be given unti the 22d. On the 23d, the There was then introduced a resolution, the accomplishment of this purpose,

'vote-controlling, perhaps, by those very the blacks out of the navy, not, only as witnesses such .has. been my, _opinion.. I thought. the i I letter was received from tho I prepared beforehand, pledging the meeting and wilh a view to give strength and union t
votes. the de.tinieaorthe- Empire State! but as sailors. The whole body ol constitution required it ; and it seemed to me Cashier-declining, on the part of, the officers that when the Directors should be chosen or the Democratic party, it is requisite that there

joe8 Mr. Van urea,for this, deserve your the Democracy, as will be seen by the reported to be the most unreasonable, that a Govern. of the institution, any examination into be appointed by the owners of the charter, should be an organization of a the Democracy .

>cenare: or your approbation I put the ques. proceeding, voted to carry these pro. ment which was compelled to pay all its its state and condition, for the reason therein and a satisfactory exhibit should be made of the country.

''on to slave holder*-(o aU. candid men.TUL9 positions; and if the whole body of the South.em debts in gold and silver, should at the same assigned. As there can be no possible con. them of the power and inclination of the own.t I Resolved, That there .be a dJ

AJUBICA3P! *. 1 Federalists had united with them, it would time be compelled to receive any or every nection between the examination into the era of the charter to carry out their views in gallon tfo frm this precinct t ?

sctaejr! Fb. have been carried, in spite of the Northern kind of paper, which might be called money, state and condition of bank, under the reo. goo faith, that then and in that case, the per. delegates from the other precincts of w)
Federalists and AboIi oniaLl. The wretched in payment of debts due to itself, You lution of the Legislative Council, and theN I sons composing the meeting would place County, in Convention Tallahassee oa iw

fy,
CASE OF LIEUTENANT IIOOE. |Iy to rally their Southern friends against the what comfortable and refreshing to look upona before it and show cause why its charter managers, asd woul give it their support. candidates for Aug Branch of" "Jr

j Erery thing that transpire in relation to propositions of Mr. Chapman, will be seen in great dealer in gold and silver, a dealer should not be forfeited for non user," I can. This resolution adopte with some two Legislative Council, to represent the Deo5-

AL. that neither Mr. Bolls nor.Mr. the report. Mr. Boltx pretended he could not without premium and without discount, and not do otherwise than consider the refusal asa or three"dissenting voice; also another racy ot this County.

.7C en proaptad in the course trust the Committee on Judiciary to reporta therefore without profit, dealing to the amount mere pretext to evade an examination. resolution directing the previous resolution t I 1'i meeting earnestly invokes the ae.

0bey Jfcaro {nmicdby a regard to the localSOrpetbNIl bill; yef his friend Stanly held the balance of of many millions per annum, and to As I have. thus been. preyent from givingyou bo published. in the.' next Tims ton our fellow citizens in For &t

;Uw rifhlsof tbe South which power on it, and could have, by joining the the amount of many thousands per diem, con. sucn a precise positive statementof A cal was then_ made, that tho.e who following question as matters Pr iDe L
&ey mrifttii;* bate.bees rkUted. in, the per.cw (bur Democrats brought in a bill of three stantly receiving and as constantly payingout. the condition of the bank a would mot were opposed to? the' adoption of the resolu- ter to the and that the .

| rf U .t... Hooe. It was islanded to an. lines, excluding: negroes from the navy, and The gratification of the senses in'such effectually have enabled you to car out don should come fora to the Secretary'stable I: her adopted,ppl, test lor d
H v r A* porpoo* poBtieal calumny and their testimony '{rom all the courts. Mr. sad times would be something,and the chjmco the views that caused the issuing com. : and rcr names in opposition government in the elections.qOD /

4---- r:= aa and bssiiig aUinod .their Stauly demurred, to the idea that be could of a dime finding its way into your pocket, I mission, I feel it the more incumbent on m The /eef D the object of this call was 1st Retobed,. That the early a4w 0Florida o

c .td(4 Iqceaexatives oSoudi.a not be trusted to turn the scale few the South, would I be, something more ; but if this. dealer to give you all the information lean in re. edent : it was holding up, as marked into the Union, should **&g j

f1eetS1, & ---,. Uvt, and Southern and then showed'that under present circua.he so dealt that we soon began to see we'could gurd te the resuscitation, in this city, of this did hot choose to commit "t the first,Boost important, and dearest object

__5 p.cthst nay eaceia aDd daB<<" could not,, because, although be command a. many dimes as would do for broken instituton.o as to enable your Ex. selves making such a pledge to a company true
jrvd to .ade die w tioa they must know that Ui. tjvl their policy, while market money.wo _would feel we had derived II..collency more understandingly in the unknown individuals,even if thev did com ever. hee, Fa. bouk* be discountenanced

":-- T1MniMII. ..w plies ilii at .the Abolition discussion .is gathering bead, to precious benefit by his dealing! and thai in. matter, in case any further action sheuld b asking'it in return for the bin .stratagem of Scla .

::--,.......=....&atAbcfi.. ,maD our vesselswith negroes, yet for fear of] deed a blessing bod fallen upon the coupitry. I dee necessary. of a Florida banking prfer Bankits and.AbOIi1iOO1.i

-_ .. vfcb. ,tKr mftpjg his sJwUtion iUies,' he defends the If the dealer happened so to deal as to sup. erhanu &Planters' Bank of Ma. In answer t this call, h was observed that ,the,just.expcct0* ,r

IV 11lr.....__GDdIe aeci.geou pofiey of their .nlii meat. We are ,happy, Constantly and uniformly it small.change nolia was chartered in '1831. In I the.meeting was m probably acting in the thepeopI.inthiaespect- ,- -

IkM! ," ''' 4da8.... however, to state that the Secretary. of the circulation,or pocket money sufficient for the 'or three year,it failed, an; as was gen r.' dark,'and was not aware of the nature, or ex. 3d.1eozved;That,th }Couhcfl.OU1 .

__prr t., i.II r-fII. fed, ,*, whole- f. Nary t las gone 'very far to abolish Mf this' old 1!every day want) and business of life, then ally ble e the was" fraudulent. tent of the' pledge it was making. After .repeal,' annul adaa"lwa.


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nI a cri.geoftbopoop1eofthiaTer. THE FLORIDIAN. met on the part of the Bank of Pensacola.On We have been requested to name the fol. : -- --- -_- .
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be pen to any Bank or Bank.irhatever the 13th I Last Notice of Tax C+ ee'.r. Z'1WQiJ. -
riIorf to I February, 1835, the amendatory .. lowing gentlemen, candidates, for the next ...

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA: act was passed, increasing the stock to IN pursuance of lawl will aid 4t UM follow .IC .I.
Senate for the i&dJe District
Rooked 4 That the only security from : I ing pUeea, for UM purpose .r e U ctinf the :
4th.
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the nuHxunagement of the Banks being toundin Saturday, August 1. 1B4O books two and a half millions. Eight days after. John M,. Gflcirot .of Gsdsden. year COUNTY: TAXES OF LEON for the present Co __ I..loa f ,. -". .

a rigid scrutiny and investigation of their were opened-not publicly-not under Isaac Ferguson jr., of Gadaden. At Pariah'store on Saturday, 15t dt Aogoit. SALE DAYS Wednesdays.galardats.. "

affair by the Legislative Council every session FOR PRESIDENT OF THE U. STATES, the charge of Commissioners -not after pub. James A. Berthelot, of Leon. At Shebee'e M Monday 17&& ., Notice* .

,that thii duty ought to be faithfully and lic notice not for any length of time-but Elias E. Blackburn, of Jefferson. At Cronartie's on Tuesday 18th. THE Phu Lots in the East half of
examina. MARTIN VAN BUREN. At George Young1" on Wednesday! 19th. 1 of Kings I North
by a thorough
fearlessly performed silently, and in the secret recesses of the Joseph Moore, of Madison.: At John W. Htle's on Thursday 20Uu and West, requested to com forward poor to.

tion of all' the accounts of the Banking Insti. K banking house,-and under the direction of James 8, Bell, of U.a ltcm. At Tallahassee, on Friday and Saturday, the the 2 We hare at length issued from the office in Slit
tutioni of the Territory.6th. the Cashier and 22dAl day the property will revert lo UM otigmal .% .
Resolved, That the next Legislature pamphlet form the reports of the Commis. and for one day-perhaps one Four candidates; are to be selected.: We SL Marki on Wednesday 28th. R J. .uL. ,

then hour-and as be the the At Shell Point, at William Walker's,oa TltdnI Tallahassee Miy 7, 1840
should take steps to ensure a fulfilment by sinners appointed the Governor to may guessed, $2,300,000 hope Democratic Republicans in the respective I i ; 4
by exam. the
day 27th inoUnU
__1..-,.. ftl'J...._:.. ...hJirPllt: __:Mi._ In. ttlj! nilhltC.bV. fur. of new stock was all taken by Walter Greg. counties will hold I I At uaalea A New England 1
Dtua U. w' --0 w --r----' me the Banks of West Florida. Every de- immediately county Magnolia Criday the 28th. r J Holland .
sad
sad
Dishing a good currency. ory, President-without paying one dollar. meetings, and Al Blocker's Monday the 31st.I Ami.GaCpa. e.
to
appoint Delegates meet at
from the labors I mca Wines
velopement resulting of
thecoming these ,
that will ad
5thT Resolved That Inasmuch u See attend at the several places above mention Brd. .Madei laJI&
2 of
the
( The bonds Monticello
,
page Report.) en the 4th Saturday in August, ed from 1 : Sugar
between the existing Ccramissioners, ives new proofs to the peopleof ] o'clock A. M.till 3o'dockP. Lf
struggle is aid purely the people, Bank DI.: Florida, of their obligations to the firmnessand were then issued for 500000. and endorsed (or the formation of a Senatorial ticket. A punctual attendance w. earnesty| tequested, as I &, A.,', and common fipaaish
corporations further law will not be 1 Canr-Nol Soap,
by Gov. Eaton he the indulgence this the allows CipHuaCofpm
rectors, l large debtor to the Banks, and others fidelity of the Democratic members of I thinking Territory We are unaUe to publish the proceedingsof granted JAMES L. HART, Spp&I.boe from
safe inasmuch brig Luna, and for_ .
the Institu. was the _
be to serve as personal liability 25 Leon CoL '
1 July 52 2 Tu Col
whose interest it may the late House of I the Democratic
than the. Representatives who di. meeting at Shell Point in Msy30. &. LYMAN.joly .
of
rather all the new stockholders 8PFJGL
belong, was
which they rected this investigation. in interposed our H. H. Walker OF LIME and 8OLU-
Although to.day.
some paper StephenW. CHLORIDE
people, ought not to be elected to the Legisla. : between it and the Jew brokers, who were to OF SODA, for destroying Ba 8e .,SJM!.
of the i cjulad.&K Ut"
institutions which were the subject-of I Coleman, and John Sowell, are the Delegates I Contagion, Decomposing Pestilential EC 30 "
the bonds-little
tore. buy fo Y
supposing
,
good
On motion it was : this examination,obstacles were placed in the 1 easy to the County Convention, which meetsin fluvia, and neutralizing strong or offensive odor; 4 a EPENGLER & LTMAlf.
.
man,that all this security was embodied in one for sole by 52 RANDOLPH Ie LEWIS. -
Resolved, That the Chairman appoint the way of the Commissioners to a full examina. this city to-day. Flour, Sugar und Coffee -

Delegation called for in the resolution imme. tion, and the agents of the people were met respectable gentleman-to wit : WALTER NOTICE. Just landing from Ue schooner Urchin, and for

succeeding the preamble. GREGORY. The Democratic Convention of Delegatesfor THE Subscriber requests all those indebted to bl
diately with the .0
defiance of
these
haughty monopo. .on note or account: to call and set. July SPENGLER &, LYMAN.
open
When the following gentlemen were appointed On looking a little further, we learn that Leon County, meets this day at 12 o'. tie _
lists further
has been immediately, as cannot be
yet enough seen to justify the indulgence
Delegates to the Convention: the bonds were sold in Philadelphia on the 2d clock, at tie Court House. given. All accounts: unsettled by the first of Sep Qpece and New Orleao Fund
D. M. Sheffield alarm and apprehension so long entertained, -For which highest premium
Lavinus tember will
Jno. W. of December, 1835-and twelve days after beput in suit. will be SPEGLER<MAN.
paid
RobU Myrick, Joshua Saunders, of the solvency of the Banks, and the disas. to wit : on the 14th of December, Walter Our correspondents this week occupy so __July_ 251840. 52 LEVI CARLTON. juneS_by 46_

Wm. H. FrancisVm.. H. Michael, trous influence they have, had on the condition large a portion of our paper, as to compelus Ten Dollars Reward.
Gregory distributed his stock York Charleston
A. Spenglcr, R. II. Berry, of the people of Florida. four individuals to some twenty. to onit several editorial articles. We R ANA WAY from the Subscriber, residing near New Funds Wanted-aD.I Go.te

I. G. Searcy, Tho. Baltzell, These Banks, as is too well known have having generously assumedthe shall be limit Tallahassee en Tuesday night, the 30th of highest premium will be paid.
Jas. Berthelot, Col. John Graham. sole responsibility of issuing the bonds, obliged to our correspondents, I June last, an old African Negro, named Aleck, be- _June 5 ._SPEGL LYMAN.
moved and seconded the Chairman i raised the millions upon which they are luxu. ia future, if not I less prolix. long to-Dupont.-. He was hired to
It being and the sole individual doubt Bacon, Lard
,
liability, as was last
me January, by R J. Hackley, Auctioneer, of Flour "Ias
riating, by using the name and credit of the .
added (
and Secretary were to the Dele. less supposed, for their redemption. Ou Saturday night last, the steamer Gov. this c'tly. The above reward will be given for hiaapprehension Wiser, 4 landing, Ecr.Pacf
:
the people of Florida, and pledging the property in any jail of tbe Territory, and allcosts frae
gation. Having extended these remarks
On motion, the Chair: then appointed the of every citizen of the Territory to the beyond Dudley run into the North Carolina, aboutone paid by being delivered to me in Tallahassee. f13 8PENGLER t LJMAN.

our expectations must defer further no. o'clock night. The North Carolina I July 25 52 JOHN R. LLOYD. NOTICE.
fallowing gentlemen as a Committee of Cor. Shylocks in Europe.. Yet when the representatives .:_ : _1"\.___ ____ __ __ ., 1 . absence from the
uVI meat; rrpuris lu auoiuer numoer. I was so muck injured that she sunk in about DURING my Terior'
respondence : of the people, fearful of the heavy Middle District of Florida. A. Drakeand Daniel
Tbos. Baltzell, J. D. Westcott.jr. We have read with II half an hour. Two Southern mails, and all Arthur M'Gill } In Leon Superior Court attorized M'Rnl ar.m1
ant.
penalty, even to the pound of flesh, which disgust a letter from To
S. S. Sibley, Jas. Berthelot, the baggage of the lost. vs. > November Term,I 840. myath J.H. LUN5.
Croom. those Shylocks claim the right of exacting, our Delegate to the Editor of The News," passengers, were James P. Worth. ) AssvmpsitDamages -
Bryant Lost
in Fourteen passengers were on board the N. f 3000-Attachment for $1384. or RlJsIaid,
which he
On motion, it was: come forward to arrest the wanton waste of openly declares for Harrison, above named defendant, and all other A NOTE of hand for twenly.lwo dollars gives

Retolvcd l That the editor of the Floridianbe he property of their constituents, they are and indulges in vulgar abuse of the President,1 C. Mr. Nesbitt, Judge Warren, and. Mr. THE interested, are hereby notified oTlhe by George Young to the Subscriber, date

the of this Secretary of War the I Dawson,members Congress from Georgia, institution of the above named suit- and are here- some lime in January bat All persons are eanlioued -
requested to publish proceedings denounced and villified, and every effort is I Governor of Florida, to and against trading for the said A liberalt
by required appear plead to the decarauon! H
the
meeting. JOHN MILLER, Chairman. made to withdraw the attention of the public I and ourself. What a Jim Crow of a politician were among passengers.We filed in the same, according to the statute i ia.sOch reward will be given lo the finder on returning it t

THOMAS TILLING n AST, Secretary. made and .J. : luty418 49 JAMES WELLS.
is this case provided.
Charles
"
same Downing He
I from the true issue, and to arouse sympathy, have not received the official returnsof *
Dated this 13th July, 1840. Dot. F. 9. BEATTIE
Democratic Republican MeeUng.: I of What wheels about nnd turns about," like the vane i the election for Colonel which
notice and by complaining persecution. for took place JAMES A. BERTHELOT. resumed the of Medicine in aR
tu previous a large HAS il
Agreeably meeting of the citizens of the instance, has the vulgar abuse, heaped upon on a steeple. By his own confession, he wasa last Saturday. We understand, however, July IS &1 All', for Pl'fll bu hes. and tne pc I professional services

respectable Ocklocuee precinct, was held at the residenceof the Chairmen of the two Legislative Commit.tees Clay man when he went to Congress,-but that Shelman N. Daniels is elected by about Ip iI,utaUaga&and a variety:of Mangle Fall Garden Wirizel Seed.,for seed sale, ,, at t hc comminity.of S.C. Spencer.ole is'at S Mark'

Capt. John Myrick, in Leon county, on in a late elaborate publication of the Di- I Mr. Van Buren was so kind and accommo. 140 majority. by .RANDOLPH to LEWIS. _jaly i y 2m [The Star will copy.

the 30th July 1640, for the purpose of nominating rectors of the Union Bank, to do with the dating, and so regulated appointments by the July 18 51 PROCLMTIOl

Delegates to the Democratic Re. true point at issue Do the Directors think will of the Delegate, that his selfishness got n-: We .rll authorized tu announce WILLIAM BY ROBERT RAYMOND ,

publican Convention," to be held in Talla. of the the better of his Federal principles. and he. MOSELEY, EsJ., and Major JOHN L. TAYLOR O*E&NO" or FLOBIDA.RED
so meanly public intelligence, as to
bassee on the first Saturday in August The .. the Democratic candidate lo rcprmesent it is made kn.wn
became to me,
a sturdy republican. When how.
such device throw sand in the WHEREAS tat
to
hope by a
the
of Jeffcrwm in the
meeting was organized by calling Capt. Wtn. county next Legislate MEREDITH, Jackson ,
C. Letter to the chair, and appointing Asa eyes of the people, and blind them to the ruin ever, the President found he was deceived by Council. July la. '_ :.w' '''' I who .confined in the jail of said County under

AfiiMon Secretary, when the following that is threatening to overwhelm them? We the Delegate, and determined to act for him. A IT the annual meeting of the TALLAHASSEE .charge of murder, .Bade his p from said
pre Cj-: : 'V c are authorised to announce WILLIS .k JOCKEY CLUB in January last, an jail, and is now at large:
: amble and resolutions were introduced, and believe that the satisfied that the self our Delegate betakes himself to his old
people are ALSTON candidate Association Tallahassee NOW KNOW YE, That I, Roster RATH00
as a to represent was formed, to be called, "The -
"nnmnIlQ1V.... ; AttnntN1.. .. ... .... FNJl'r"l1cenneL. l. nnrl lilrA n annrtirxr ..ftir...... Knrlro.. Association Blooded REID, Governor Florida,by virtue of the authority
--.J '-r.-- gentlemen alluded to, wiin otner Democratic ----- ------- ---- ---- ----6 .u.A" Leon County in the next Legislative Council. I for the encouragement o! -
I all who will I Horses in the Territory of Florida." vested in me by law, do hereby offer a RE.
PEAM BLE. at not join themselves to his .
own --
of Council
members the have done their
1 duty I Rule 1st. The i tion shallbe WARD OF TWO DOLLARSforthe
members of this: A woe a
HUDE
Whereat, the present condition of our -but whether they are or not, what has it todo profane, miserable and wrong headed school?! Passengers intending to go in the schooner members of the -Tallahassee: Jockey Club," and apprehension of te Ai COitiT and his safe

country is one whch: demands, at the handsof I It is as well to stick a pin here, and to JOSEPH HANKY, for New York, are requested renide in the Territory of Florida or in the Counties delivery to any jailor, of the Territory .
with the and
every freeman, that vigilance which is statements arguments put mark the difference between to take the can for Purl LenD, to-morrow (Sun of Dccatur. Thomas or Lownde,in the Stateof ofForidiolcr.to receive hi

emphatically said to be the price of liberty ; forth in the Legislative Reports? Let the Bank the Federalistsand day) morning, Aup 2. B. & F. Georgia, and shall pay annually to the Secretsf. aid DlaDt. i t ya
Republicans of Florida. The Presidentwas ry of the Jockey Club, ten dollars, as a fee for of five eight or dark
-- ---- ince
whereas the efforts of them if the ag
and systematic the answer they hope to satify people.It hair, and rather hard
MARRIED hereafter di- o
membership, to be appropriated as ele formerly
deceived he bearg
Federal Bank in this Territory in their Bank thought his friends in from Wilkinson
party is known that but one in the Ter. On the Cth July, t-1lbc Rev. Adam Wirick, the rected. Georgia,

unholy coalition with the Northern enemies ritory has submitted to a full investigation of Florida were his enemies, and treated them as Rev. Anderaon Peeler, Minister in Montirello Ct Rule 2d. Each member of lift Association shall coder my band, and the seal

j of our dearest rights and our most cherished such. What then ? Did they abandon their lo Miit Mary Jane Blake, of Leon County, all of own at least one brood mare,of the best blood he .Ginn of the Territory of Florida,this
its condition and the situation of that Bank
interests, are calculated to fasten us Iniida. can obtain, and shall patronize the best stallion oC 18th day of July, 1840.
? No
upon principles -they toiled on against wind blood and tried character that he
as exhibited in the report of the Commission. can convenientlysend RAYMOND REJD.By .
--- -- -
._ -- -
those evils which the --
now overspread country and tide-anxious only for principles, and: DIED lo.Rula. the Governor:
,
\ with and threaten ers, gives painful confirmation to the suspicions .
i; gloom, the most signal ca. 3d. There shall be annually, on the first! J. McCANTS of
careless of the favor or the frowns of Gov. At Cedar K..y. E. F., on the 20th of July, Itf40, Secretary Florida
t lamities. Be it, therefore, that the other Banks had too much cause WILLIAM UY3DYK Captain of the U. Slates day of tho Jockey Club Races. a show of Colts and July 2 52

t t 1st. Ruolred, That it is the interest and for wrapping themselves up in the impenetrade ernment-relying upotj! the justice of their Steamer AlarUn. Faithful) hi. trust, he 'had the I Filkcs, the produce of dams bona fide owned hy -
.. .... PRIVATE ,
members! of Otis
t W
Association -
t on* -
of this not to relax the cause, and convinced that truth wouldat unlimited confidence of one. his year SAE
duty mighty By
people
vigilance veil in which corruption is wont to hide every prumpt- the spring1 preceding the meeting at which' they I HAVE received on will tell.

t with which they have heretofore regarded the itself from the public gaze. We must accordto last prevail They knew Mr. Van Burcn ness procured in action a melt, and eoviable by his rcpulition.untiring zea!, he bad are exhibited. The best Colt to receive a Prize 30,000 fet first quality: flooring ba

I machinations of those who have their ItigiIyetaffable Cup of the value of one hundred dollars, and the 5,0 inch
sought had been abused and waited for
time and cir. in the performance of be had
,
the Directors of the Bank of Pensacola at every duly .
,
f individual best Fillie a Prize Cup of the vaue'iffifiy! dollars, 30,00"
aggrandizement at the sacrifice of 3 wealherbrdig
Ly such a correct and uniform secured the
disabuse .
course
cumstanccs to him.
.
10,000 .
They were to be adjudged Committee of less than
by a not
bankis
, least the merit ofingenuousncss. That
the rights and best interests of the of respect and lOve of one under him. "
people every serving 10.000 silts and
. constant and patient, and at length the time three number of the Association and to be awarded platen
Florida. distinguished from the other banks, by the Devoted as a husband, affectionate- son, and by the Association seven Kembera 30,000 joke;
being -
came when the President's faithful. ; as friend, he has been cut off the de. I ; necessary
by
:2d. Rctoltcd, That the scrutiny instituted want of that Spartan virtue, which shrinksnot eyes were opened. : to form a quorum. The prizes lo be paid for 100 casks lime;
of
cree Providence, in the of
into Then it was, that their an overruling prime out oftbe funds of Iho Association. The first show 10 hIs pickled cod.
the institutions of the opponents, finding
banking Territory, life and in the midst of of usefulness
from the crime, but from the exposure. a career regretted to take place at the annual of the "Tall Feb 29 3 EDWIN W. DORSEY.
by our late Legislature, has developed them their masks torn nkide, threw themselves into and lamented tfy all who knew him. meeting
The[ lucid and business I like report of the hassce Jockey Club" f-r 1842. Notice
t alarming abuses, and are calculated to the Harrison ranks and the clovenfoot CF The Star will please copy. G.
4tb. There the
Commissioner appointed to examine the Bank betrayed Rule fchall be opened annually, DURING my absence from the Terr'torr,
excite tbe most painful apprehensions of fu. of Federalism The Republicans of following Sweep-stakes, to be run for in the orderin I Ormond are iny ai.tborised .
t ture loss and discredit of the people of this :.of Pensacola, shows that institution to be in a Runaway. in Jail. I which they follow, as the first race on the throe i Mcnagt LEDGERWOOD--
.
Territory. state of utter and hopeless insolvency. There Florida have, "through good and evil report, COMMITTED to the J..ilat St. Marks two first days; and a handi-cappurseas Ihejirst race on July I 18. 5
adhered to principle, while the Federalistshave : One says his name i. Bob; stout the 1..1d.y of tho Annual Jockey Club Races over '
3d. Resolved, That it is the sacred duty appears to be, beyond all question, a defici. and weH made,dark brown color, says be belongs the Marion Course, free for any Colt or Fil'ie NOTICE
: of free citizen resist gone with the Administration only when Julius Acclcs Stuart owned given,that I shI]1 institute Kin\ t.e!
every to the grasping 'ency of'more than 8500,000 in its assets, to county Georgia. raised or by a member of this Association IS hereby
; f pint of monopoly which is threatening to they beuefitted by it, and abandoned it shamelessly The other says his name is Frederick, spare being the produce of a dam lonafde the propertyof County Court of Leon cour.I"opn & mortgage -
overthrow our free institutions and and it will be remembered that the bank pro. when their interest their made large nose, dark brown color, and says be member. Tho entry to be notified to the Sec made and eXMotec to IP, L

! defies the already cured that amount upon the faith and creditof poor paltry belong. to Aaron Champion of Savannah,Georgia. retary of the Jockey Club on or before the first Bleux upon Lot fory.thre(-in the
supervision ef the people ; which igterest, were not regarded by Mr. Van Bu The said boy has a note authorizing him to hire day November in iach year, and named at the of t County quarter-section land.,::ute,
,
I complains of investigation as an insult and inJUry the people of Florida. So that, we sup. ren. In truth, the difference is, the loco focos binwclf! out, signed byjA.; Champion. The..ownersof post, viz: lying being in Leon Count,; and that 1 sLat

and seeks to deter, by denunciation and pose, it may be now considered as certain, the above negroes arc requested to prove property 1st. A sweep-stakes for 2 year old, one mile oat. apply, according to law, fo the foreclosure cf &uiJ

abuae,the public agents from the faithful that this amount will be soon demanded of the have devoted themselves to principles; their pay charges and take them away, or they Subscription: $100-forfeit$i0. : mortr upon petition filed .day.
I
formance per. opponents to faction, and the intriguing acts will de dealt with according to law. 3d. A sweep-stakes for 3 year olds, one mile beats 1840. CHARE .
of their duty.4th. people, and that the next Legislative Counc: il :j\I of Federalism. HENRY LANDER, Jai'er.' Subscription five bales of Colton of four hun -une7 4 ew 4nr

Rttolvel, That we approve the ef. will, perhaps, be called upon to levy a tax of St. .Marks,July 31. 1840. I if dred pounds weight each-forfeit two bales. L"lBERLtER.FOR .
t forts of our late Representatives redress 3d. A sweep-slakes for 3 olds,two mile heat.
the eyilA l of the banking of this to Tern. half a million, upon the people, to meet the i Read Mr. Levy's letter to the editor of the Taken Up, Subscription fJOO-forfeit year $100.( :; SALE-13O,000 LUMBER, fH F YEW

t tory; and that '* system demand.w i News, to be found on the first page. It will IN Tallahassee,on the 30'Ji: instant, a HORSE, 4th. A Hsndi.Cap Purse, not to exceed $300 out from Walker's Mill. t.. reiY
c
pledge ourselves to support Bridle and Saddle. The botH is a bay ; hi. of tbe funds of the Association mile heats.
f uurh ..Ie tk.. of Florida if be perceived by this letter that Mr. L. instead TAFT & ALEXANDER.
only candidates for the ensuing |wwifilA they are two bind feet while up to his fetlock The owner 3 best in 5.-Free for alVthe competitors in the
Port Leon July 52 3t
i ouncds. will prosecute the scrutiny and prepared to yield to this demand T Will they ,] of having obtained the drafts horn the I. requested lo come forward, pay>> charges and foregoing :Makes agreeable to the roteevf a 180.

i investigation already commenced, and perse. acknowledge the debt to be justly due bythera Commissioner of the Tallahassee) Fund, as the lake him away. Apply at this office,or to HanJi-cap Races. Entrance: $20. I AN. ORDINANCE,
'erc ia aug I I J. R. ROBINSON. To the above Arsxnalion there are now about To amend an Ordinance entitled .An
i; an untiring and sleepless vigilance Will they select as their representatives, ,, Star intimates, without returning a valuable thirty Subscriber Gentlemen wishing to become to Shop-keepers from Oran: open
Overboie ph.bit
institutieM which,by their miacon- men who allow the binding obligations of: consideration, has paid an enormous premium Strap ed or Stolen I members, are requested to call ou the Secretary, and Shp on the Sabbath day"
! duct in tho past,/have given just grounds forUBpKion FROM Port Leon on or about the 11 day of I and subscribe their names.Tallahassee passed April 28.
: as to the future. the faith bonds,and thus fasten on themselvesand 1 therefor. This letter is a good common sense a light Bay Poney, long switch tail I Section 1. Be it ordained, bythe Intecdant and

< 5th. children and irretrievable exposition of the Banks, and the situation with a swab mane,star iu the face one white hind (Florida) Races.
Resolved, That the recent union between their uUer I of foot, seven old. Ten Dollars reward will be Council ol( the City o Talahu Tt from and

the Bank party of this Territory and ruin? Or will they not rather choose men to I II I I the people as connected with their influence, given for the years Poney delivered at Port Leon or THE ANKUAL MEETING Marion FOR Ulwm after the passage of orinaac al bJ'-I
the hotels
I over Course e places
i, tbe North'! Abolitionists and high Tariff party of the guard their interests, who can withstand the I j I and the losses they continually sustain, by Twenty Dollars for the Horse WM.and CHILDRESS Thief. On Wednesday, the 13th January next, or rt.ufnl sho]>s in which spiritooa t&em! or yiaG Ja a

demands the reprobation of this denunciation of the bank and will,.< means of their depreciated bills. AH classes or be cold,shall be deemed to
peo. monopolists, Port Leon, July !9. )840 1 2f and continue 4 days, free for all Horses owned in san incu
PK
and
: gives renewed and additional ground the interests of the people from this '', of the community suffer more or less, by this Florida or the lower Counties of Georgia and I {prohibition specified in the
f r distrust and suspicion. protect ,! Taken Up. Alabama. which this jn ameodmot, 1 far as relates t the

t 6th. Rttolvcd, That the Chairman of this monstrous usurpation, and treat with scorn I unfortunate and unwarrantable state of affairs 'lJEAR General Graham's plantation, on tho FileT DAT-A Jockey Club Purse of $100-1 vending spiritous or vin ms liquor
'
2Be it further That the
Sec ordained
\ !fleeting appoint five the this shameful scheme of foreign stock jobbersto !, ;; and the only remedy is, to oblige,these 1.. 22d of July, a small sized brown horse-three mile heats. shall be for same ordinance .
Delegates to meet penalties imposed
Convention institutions curtail their business white feet, lung tail and saddle marked. Tbe SECOND Di-A Jockey Club Purse of$200-2 Ylat oCJ.
i themselves the ofthose banking to are imposed for
to be held in Tallahassee on Sat. appropriate to property owner can have the same, by proving property and mile bea t.I. I I I o t ord-

t urday next to nominate candidates to carry who never had, and never could have, within legitimate bounds, and furnish value paying charges J. W. SAUPDERS.Aug THIRD DAT-A Jockey Club Purse S for $500-3 : nance Passed to which ia Council this is Ibis an 13lb amendment-da of

.
t out the views we have professed. an interest in the improvement which was i''received for their depreciated bills. This J, 1840 I 3t.Sa.ray mile heals 1 lul"I8
1 FOUnTS Dn-Proprietor' Purse, $200-1 mile J.A.T OIUSN.
f ".bereupon, the following the loco focos Not is Mule. Tost-
gentlemen were their pretended object. 1 I course propose. as heaU.. 3 best tn 5. Entrance 10 per cent. ItedeD&

f, !ppotuted : Capt. John Myrick, David Rob- We regard the developments of Mr. An. alleged by their enemies, a wish to shut up STRAYED from the subscriber, a dark yellow And the following! Sweep-Hakes now open 1.1 DAnny, Clerk. July

InaOGn, Capt. James Willis, B. Eslick, Ed. P. white spots on both sides and and will be ran for, tf tly.ere Jilled, before the NOTICE. ,
! >> derson's report, as calculated to arrest the immediate the banks, or to injure unnecessarily these in. back ; branded D on the left hip and D on the left I Jockey Club Race OB the three first da!.. months after dale,application will
b
Resoled That and earnest attention of the people. Btitutionj, but to oblige them to make'their pa. side of her neck. Any person who will! deliver' her I FIRST DAT.-A. Post-slakes free for all ages 2 SIX the flonorebletheiudge Gadsden mae-
;i_ a Committee of Vig. I to_ the ii.h*<-riHer. shall be handsomely rewarded.au miii h_t. RiihftcrtDtioa 200.. forfeit It00 to be I Iran | ly, for letters of dismission administrator
aaaIJCe fttnhr&na Correspondence be appointed to Our next Council, by tbeir action upon the'' per good, to circulate no more 01 their promises __ I I- tf FREDERICK TO WLE. -for-before-tbe'Jockey Club Race, on the lint 1 sin non of UM estate of Elijah. W. b.,

the purposes of this meeting, and to Bonds issued for the use of the Bank of Pen-I to pay, without the means of payment, day cf the next Tallabissee! Jockey Club Race Isle of said county. S.et

act tQ concert with either in its value. Pork and Bacon. 3 Subscribers necessary to make a k ace. 51 JOHN
elsewhere committees appointed sacola, will decide a question of the specie or something .near Flour: FLOUR SXCOHD: DAT.-A Sweepstakes for three year JulyIS,184G 1)ODE.

in this county. tal consideration. Now is the time for us to I All the common necessaries of life have risen 20 bbls PRIME PORK old, 1 mile beats. Sobecriptiou $200;forfeit $100; HEAD QUARTERS FLORIDA MILITIA,

*rpointed Wb.reupon, the following gentlemen were shake off the fetters which designing men : in price in this community, at least fifty per to caski SIDES lo be ran for before the Jockey Club Race on the i ADJUTANT GKWMAI.'B. am
: Jesse II. Russell, B. Eslick, 3d.HAMS ., seooud day of the Tallahassee Jockey Club Tallahassee, Florida,J ly
C*pc. John Myrick, Capt. James Willis. have thrown upon us, and to assert our claim I cent above their value, and all through the Now landing from sdir.Victoria, from New Orleans EUee*. 3 Subscribers at.necessary t make a Race. Gran*!. o sa-*.. W.

vn motion, the Chairman and to the birth.right of Americans-we mean mismanagement of the banks. Let them, and for sale by EDWIN W. DO SEY Row., THIRD DAT.-A S"epk.for 3 year olds, I The Officers commanding Regiments m t ha Militia

"ere added to said committees. Secretary freedom from the most galling and humiliat. therefore, return to a legitimate and honest july 55 No. 3 Berrj'a mile out. forfeit $50; to be of this Territory wi transmit to this office alit
Oa run for before the Jockey Club Race the third of tbe names L'Com.Officers in
o
motion, Resolved, That said commit. ing bondage. mode of dealing,before they ask the favor or Strayed, day of the nenTalls.hasseciockey Club o Race*. 3Subscribers respective cmuc tewita the datesoftheir
tees Lave the Subscriber, on the 24th ulL. a large
:; .
power to fiB vacancies which may There is another feature of this reportswhich support of an honest community.We FROM Horaehe formerly belonged to Mr. Mo- n e't mik Race. appointments.By
occttr therein. Subscription Stake can be made by order of His Excellency, GOT. R. L ROD,
is well calculated to excite alarm and Governor Taour's Catty, of 8U Marks, and U believed now to be in JNO.
Oa motion Resolved publish, to-day, letter adds to the Secretary of tho Tallahassee Coade-Ce. GRAHAM,
That the A liberal reward will be
that given
othit "wcung be signed by the proceedings Chairman provoke indignation, and is but another proof, letter, defining his position before the peo. for tbe neighborhood.delivery of said Hone to my boas in dn Jot an time before the 15th day of D- / Insp. GeoL F.H

Lad difl.Secretary, and puUiahed in the Flori added to the many melancholy ones we have pie of Georgia, in relation to the candidatesfor city. .....July 4, 1340 C. P.KAIIERT.l1.h. : be named,>ext tbe, when evening they before will b c t entry QUARTER MASTER 'GENERAL'S OFf
FLORIDA
lately had, that tho confiding and betrayed the Presidency. Governor Troup is a .. j\ Mr. F. P. GEROW U now engaged a the Marion MI .
.' NOTICE. for T 8th:
WM. C. LESTER, CVn. people of Florida, are no match for the keen sterling Democrat, and hesitates not to a. Course, and has opened Training who 8le. I" .ltl tM
Au 31WIOK person are hereby forwarDed trading! for a 1. the accommodation gentlemen .Hot FEW Cmu.-t'a tb
Secreiary.R. and calculating vampyres, who are preying vow that tho principles of MartinVan, Bu. ALL. .of attorney un fcj me, t. W m. P. traia. Mr. Qercw .well known U&up cellency Ra*To*9 aDtp to collect -

their life-blood. Our readers are aware ren, and the Administration party, are the Monroe to collect my wage it a Private in Capt. enrcd Trer and the full confidence all Maet Rifl Accoutrements
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bees delivered
summit-
P. upon of Horses
BROWN'i Barney's Company, the laid of management : tha may you by
Gtll8 Lpscttiti, informs tbs pvblie: that MR ROD-i that the faith and credit of the people of Flo. true and legitimate doctrines of the Demo. Laving been given tn consideration power of. purchase attorney pl his t.Me. TaOS. BROWN his predecessor. 'who a|n Juub t -

.... hs poUtt'jr' Um
!le..w.: ..... F. Brown andkIieW Gov. T. the July'18 .51 JAMBS WALLACE. deliver &t tndp talus q at _
a large amount, by the Legislative Council, the present day. says truly, Beckwltb's pw this letsmrftheabovo .

h&II ealert&ia..*THIS EVENING.8&t.rda1, which, at the time, supposed that they bad question between the Whigs and Republi. lIo ee.- A SUPPLY warranted of tnw .fresh and rem C 1" mentioned and onus k repaired fbr lh..o -.

.h.1 wi. be prsosaud. a comic sketch entitled sufficiently protected tbe people from loss, by cans, is that of Bank or no Bank." ." If, JTOLKN: from the Subscriber on Saturday night 1 p for sale by the agahut frostier tbe, fatW-protemM foc. .J>...*_ ._.

THE FIVE MO WBRA Y8! making the Stockholders personally liable for the Bank (that is, Harrison) succeeds, aU. O ..at.bind SORREL foot, with a HORSE large wart, 17 hands jn his high sheath; awhile .-July 6tb,180 RANDOLPH & LEWIS.. It U to.b snn Ip thai this cl.! ponyoa wUl..atbe .

.itJa, ?* OLD A1C? 'T0imo the bonds. other evils will (olloa ." The sentence isorgJar supposed te have been token by some negro., Any ioob1s'Herrings, Bode ,-. ,4. .

"'-'i .it4b7ifli I other esUrtalnmsnU, as ex: We uk our reader to look at this report ; let ut barn wisdom from the ex.1 w1.rmsUoawifl. be thankfully received and liba- reoer dTp r schr.sate by Joseph ly, f Respectfully" .,Jerao,1l. ,' _.'
of the alUraoon. JH
tr an* 1 ally rewarded. JOHN GORIIA5. .a r CJ'

n. aezt repr..t.at.. oa .. Moods yaifht. and we bow this generous confidence was ri '.. of) the sage and Spartan Gergoian* JaI., 8 S3 Julv. BEON& USHER.JUST .Q -. ''.,....4 I. :.

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LEGAL NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL NOTICES. members of the and Petit Juries for the -w'- B -
THE Grad subscriber will continue the above bun- establishment baa been opened DENCEI.-i Would
i .. Leon County Superior Cort a the THE at the S. W. Corner of Washington THIS ''J by the ,ubrr and i now pubic to theaumerous 'oluntsry" thi.tisq
NOTICE. DR. JOHN n. POPE November who hare paid, leLt
Term
18 ben and Monroe Street, aad having a complete ready for reception of recently i ibis the ,Geo4 '
SIX weeks after thu date, application will be OFFERS hit professional services to the people are now notified am prpa to pay them Square assortment of the best of Linen Paper, ba is now have been-made for the accommodation of a reasonable relative the papr.wi ; Sat**

to the Hon. Wm. M. Gibson,.Judge of County. Office in Monticcllo, at my office. North ofthe square* In Tallahassee enabled to manufacture Blank Books of every des number of.yi.it. and ample Ipple. lid adminhtratien of MOFFA--Seta eet t *

tbc County Court of Leon County, for lotten of over the store of William Denbam Sf Co. until the 1st June. Those who do no call suitable for Public Office, Merchants in of the comforts and many of the luxuries I PHENIX BITERSOIjirEP1USAND

administration on tb estate of Daniel Abright, Monticelo,May 3,1840. by that time, and sign the return THOS., will BROWN Rt paid., cription, and others, in Bank or complete setts; country. These who patronize this place during Those who hays pa telen) aba, .

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late of eaid county, JAMES T. Deed, Record, and Docket Books, and all other the summer, will find their situation more pleasant red t willobierys t.t .
49 F. D. WHITING. ABCIER One of the administrators of S. II. Duval, every
July 4 .. and are the that
deceaied.l&tOMrsht 1M. D Blank Books used by County Courts can be btain- than ulual The Springs Bahinr.Hou.e fact noattends ineonenjen or

jQ IX WEEKS after date, I shall apply to the ATTORNEY ""May 26 1 > 1 ed at short notice, ruled and bound in any style in -Ihe water delightful .en&.t of these medici .i. a'1t.

K3 Judge of he County Court of Leon Taahsee", Fla. PARTNERSHiP required, and warranted equal to nothern or any in attendance to the calls of the visitors. cases, but ta the patient'itut feeling

t len letter*of admin'stration upon the estate Office on Munro Wyatt's new build FRANCIS tf LEVI HART entered other manufacture Particular attention will be The waters of the Suwannee Springs are justly operation, i. k _,t

of untYf Benjamin deceased late of Leon Co. I in;. May 26. WM.I.fVnartnership. 1st January, 1840, un- paid to re-bindinz old Books, Newspapers, Magazines celebrated for_ their_ mnedicina1properIieI111rnalid. ._ .. ___.__ bUt.utteohelt thin ... Io a

\ June 19 Metalf. ItOBERTJ.IIACKLEY. J. M'CANTS der- the- style of FaAKCis& HART, at the oW, tnd Pamphlets, Music Books. &c. in plain or v have found great relief, ana oincr re8orUto amice cfi'&ciD"i:
FaANcia. WM. H. FRANCIS, ornamental binding, or to match patterns.. Paper health and vigor by their use. For a pleasant cute ", ( :

Nptlcc. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, OfWM.l.. LEVI HART ruled for Bills, 4e. resort during the summer months,this place equalsany hours, and a cure is generally effscted

SIX weeks after date, I shall apply to the Hon. practice in the.Courts of the Middle Ha has for Lter lalo good assortment of Blank other situation in Florida, or the adjoining three days.In I t o

S of the County Court for Leon county, WILL tnet and in the Court of Appeals. Of- Walker'Strayed Mills about, the first of April, Book Letter and Writing Paper,ruled or plain, of ceun try. I case of FEV .!f every description,

lor leUtrs of administration upon the estate ofT fico at Tal'akai ;ee, FIs. tf april 16, 1840 FROM Sorrel Mule,,with a blaze in the face, quality. Ruled paper ef every description. Charges will b bilious .afetlon it is unoec.say for me I.i! a
8UU Horn, I late of said county, deceased. cheekbone I All\\ received and promptly attended moderate.E PONDER, ngbt, 8 beliee the t
his left I Lr MJ1IClu 10'
and 1 ofa color, with scar 01 order '
a
BENJAMIN T. HAG AN. JOHN 1'. DUVAL, bay A liberal reward to. P. AHAYWARD.. June 6, 1840. JONES._ I niversaly admitted to most are 4
,.n. 47 6 ATTORNEY LAW and was about years old. effectual extant in all SP"d"
AT diseases
-ro 180 will be given for the delivery otoneorb0t.h. of Tallahassee, JulyIl3-tf| NOTICE. cur of
NOTICE. I WILL practice in the courts of Middle and them, at Walker'l Milljor at Capt John MytlC1" I Cotton Weighing. Subcrb.offer for sale the followio { ar The Lira Mioicwts are also a mol ncdL

1 months after date, I shall apply lo the Hon. : Florida, and Court of Appeals. Res. near Tallahassee. 1:. WALKER. I II subscriber, appointed Weigher Cotton, THE CASH- relief affections of the Li ver and Iclt.

SIX" of Leon County Court, for letters dis- dence near Gen. Brown's I THE of an act passed at thu last saskion Cognac Brandy,In half pipes and qr. casks been proved in hundreds of cases wrw')

milry.. administratrix on the Estate of J. T. jan 25 2G Gostenhofer & Davies, S of too Legislative Council, rCpec.ruIY.ln. Holland Gin in bbl. have. come forward, and !reqnesttd that the p&U!

Johnson late of said County deceased. S.- "Y. Cnrmnck A JTIedicus A. Long, COMMISSION MERCHANT NEW ORLEANS.REFERENCES. forms the public that he is pro pard Whiskey Jo renee in taking them might! b puWubed up
benefit ofoiliers. In their
J S JOHNSON, ton either in this city or at the Railroad Depot,- Lard,in kegs op.r&lon in su
ATTORNEYS LAW
CATHARNE AT H.! Bond Esq.
By Agent, P. KERR. His scales are manufactured a the same place a Flour, Molasses they restore the tone ef te Stomach, itrenttkT
TALLAITASSF.n, FLA. Messrs. Helton &Fisher, United States and the digestive organs, invigorate
i 31 44 those used by the generally Corn, HayManhaden tb,
; msy TILL practice in partucrship in the Suprrior I Kerr & Kirkse, likewise by tho weighers of colon 1 of and Cod Fish in bbls functions of the whole body, and thus ca.r.

4 NOTCE. Y Courts of the Middle and Apalachicnla Tallahassee.. New York, and have been examined by the Inspector Boies Pickles, in quart jar both sexes,(for they are perfectly adapted to sack?

months afler date, we shall apply to the Districts, and in the Court of Appeals. Their Messrs. Molyneui, WitLcrby, 4Co. Livcrpoo of scales and weights of raid city,and proved 300 bbU. Lim an invaluable/ means of preventing disease and

tt SIX the Judge of Leop County Court, office i for the present, in the new court house. March 23. H40. 33 ly correct. Price weighing, 10 cents per bale.D. McNAUGHT & ORMOND.Port cslorin health-

for loiters dismission as administrators of the estate Dec21 20 To the Citizens of Florida : M. SIEFFIELD,Weigher of Cotton. Leon March 20th, 1840. In affections of ibo head, whether aecompMta

of A. WILLCT deceased late of Dr. n- 9. f with pain and giddiness, or marked
JOHN sid njamln R. Taylor A'ILL tike: charge of all claims for losses sus. Talahllsce Oc. by the rritv.
p For Sale or to Rent
TADDY WILLEY, his the I ous of mental
county. OFFERS professional services to citi mined by our citizens in the war with the 'MI1E highest premium will be paid for Moles o the section 8, (Lafayette calamnity impaired energy; iapalnU
WM.G.rOXDER, presentyear tations of the heart flatulence
r Tallahassee ,
and its
vicinity. Officeat fact FOR of
Florida Indians ; and will, as their atloney ir. _u_ tho D.lk Slate. Georgia or Augusta, Florifda ) siluafcd 4 North: of Tallahassee spptit
4 18 0 36 Administrator his fathcr's rcbidcnic mile strength, and the multiplied aa
april on the north hide of Washington ihtir claims .
--- ----- -- (authorized to act as suchprusecute) Life and Trust Company, North and Sou !h on tho Georgia Road, on which there are dered Lax

; Administrators' Notice. Tallahassee Square., f.Olli Nor 189Charles :? before Congress, or any other tribunal I hat may bo Carolina Banks, or drafts on Northern Cities in about 80 acres of cultivated'Land, well fenced in. digestionTHK the most MEDICINE illbe found
of such to possess salutary efficacy.
created by law for tim adjudication caims. immediate application is made to
Hreii
of
LL persons indebted to the cslato -- Apply to F.GERARDIN, Constitutions rclaxd weak
I S. Those who may dcsiro to hare my !, BERRY &DOWLING.or 4 Port ,or decayed,ia m nor
ROSE deceased of Leon Leon.
county, arc hereby Sibley ap 3 are under the
immediate
ii women,
who
call on THOS. H. DuVxL, Esq., at1althossee. ode 4 L. A. THOMPSON. influence i
( to mao immediate and all those
: payment; his professionalhervices as Attorney ; containing : DISSOLUTION. Tm I.In LDICTNJ, Old! Cough, Aslhmas o
OFFERS will the requisite powers n.lorney ,
'having demands will present them to the subscribers .I. at Law in the collection; of prepare Orange and Lime Nursery habits
t the terms which tie business will be 'heretofore be consumptive are soon relieved and ipeedJU
S duly attested, for settlement. debts, ,!$-c. in Middle Florida. lie will attend all underlaken by me.upon FOR SALE FOR CASH ONLY. THE Co-Part.ncrhip the Subscribers) in time existing cured. Poverty of blood, and emaciated
ESTHER D. ROSE, Adm'x.J.T. jhe Courts in the Middle District. Tal&hust lmb
DEVAUN.Adm'r.March Ollicc May 24'3 3m WM. P. DUVAL. NURSERY. containing about 2000 Orange Exchange, is this day dissolved by con will ere long meet the happiest change; a.
in Munroe Strcctin t the building A
21. 1840. 34 occupied Wm. Wilson, as a Book former) U The Florida Star.Quincy Sentinel, Joseph and Lime Trees, of an age to bear in ono or sent. The business will bo closed by J. G. Williams chi watery fluid will become rich ane balsamic

Tallahassee May 12th 1633.' tture.40tfD.1VID Times, Pensacola Gazette, and the News of St. two years after transplanting. The Trees were I ,who is duly authorized to settle the same the limbs be covered with firm md

Superior Court for Leon County.-- Augustine, will insert the above for tliicc, months, raised from Choice Cuba Seed, 'nd are in a healthy : J.G. WILLIAMS, healthy.

NOVEMBER: TERM, 1840. S. WALKKll, and forward their accounts to me at Tallahassee.. and thriving condition. Directions will be given, Aprit 1st, 1840. 'VM. W. TAYLOR.Copartnership. Nerous disorders of every kind, and from whtt.

t WiaUAM A. CARR r:. WILLIAM CRAWFORD jr. ATTORNEYATLA IV $C. %V. P. D. which adhered to, will insure them safely in removal -- vet cause arising, fly before the effects of TH.
and THOMAS CARSOS, trading &c. under the and ; Lire MEDICINES: and. all that train sinking .
1 -- Apply to EDWIN WDORSEY ,IBS.icties
I WILL in the Courts of the Middle District trnlplnti.g. subscribers have this formed
firm and style of \\0.Crawford jr. ft Carson. of practice For Sale or Rent, Tallahassee, or WM. Mc- THE day :co' and tremlUrl, which so dreadfully, affect the
Floridais office is time fir= the
t room t8 right at Port Leon, under the
I ( .00.JTVHHE Th omrnodious stand HOTEL name weak the sedentary, and the
Attachment $ f J.UOO U a NAUUIIT, FoiL Leon. mar 14 33 dtlieal will, in a
: tZU.07-lamngrl over J B. Bcrsslore,in Tahlahasscewherc. lie mayalways MARKS of Miller & Howies, to carry on time STORAGE ; thort tine,be succeeded cheerfulness
\ al( interested, arc 'U-, at.ST. recently occupied by by ,and ererj
: JL hereby notified of lIl institution of tIle said be .\ _._ __. ::': the fuLscriber. I'ossesi.n given im- NATHAN'S HOTEL. & COMMISSION bu.-inesf. presage of health.

f suit,by attachment returnable to the Term aforesaid Dr. A. OT. RANDOLPH mediately. Apply to the undersigned, THE subscriber takes the liberty of informing They have a large and commodious warehouse, For weakness, deficiency of natural strength,

; and are required to appear, and plead to tho AVING located himself Tallahas.sec, of. or to Wm. M'Naught. friends and the public generally, that ho I for the storage of merchandize and cotton ; and and relaxation of the vennels. by frequent indulgence

i declaration filed in said cue.n the law directs fcrs his professional"l1 ices t ti the public. r.b. 0. .'. GIRADJ:. has purchased the house lately known a the hope by s'ricl! attention, and promptness in the of the passions this medicine to is a. -

: ._may 18_ ,_l 3m JO.DRANCIAl.rurPj'n lie. is. to be. .found nt the oHice of 1,. J. II. Rantloipn Notice. "FLORIDA HOUSE; : Quincy, which under his I execution of orders, to give satisfaction to all who cerlain*and invaluable remedy. .
on l\J on roe aircci-- -- ----- I superinlcndance, has undergone thorough repair, may enl ust business to iheis care. Those who have resided in
stork of I long b climates
soli' their
House subscribers
Rent
to ,
May26 42 THE having I:. and in which lie is now ready to receive and enlcr- GEO. MILLER, and are languid and! relaxed in t.'ieir!' whole?
:'l 1 For toe balance of the yrnr.-A -LnvNfljc'c.--) --.- : .to :M. SWAIM, hereby quest all per- tain, to the best of his ability, all who may favcr Refer to- JOHN J. ROWLES.Messrs. take THE LIFE with! the system,
indebted to them call and i-cllli* the same, may MECNJ happiest
s.n to him Bet ton Fisher
with their
,
; two story Dwelling louie HE: 'hitherto patr nge. & rl'llalu.el; effects and removing to the
: good garden, situated on : T Co-partnership existing between I by cash er note, immediately, or the same will be To those! who know him he deems Berry ; persons St'l
j a : ay- DowJlg
i: WM.; I'. DUVAL and \V M. II. BROCK- l with for collection. unncccsna Stales or West Indies cannot store a important .
t. For further lodged an attorney to make with Po.t Leor>, Feb. I, 31
i tree particulars ry promises regard to the i
1 has been this day dissolved manner article of health: and life.
SWA1M & CO. i
by P. H.
ESnROUGI
C. CRANE, oral this office. IU.tUOI WIiihI.. the House will be kept. To all others i The
the
following cases are
1 most
43 tf SL. i 51. if. 1. 1C40 36 ? lS'I'GELI __ ._ __ has to call and for Valuable lands tor Sale. among rcen
only judge '
-- -- -- WM. ii. ROCKEN BflOUC II will continue to -- say yourselves :ac subscriber having a greater quantity of cures effected, and gratefully acknowledged by
Notice. reside E a you fed him"o speak of him. 'I THE dersons benefited
1 at Apalarhicolppand practice in the A pala- than is desirable for his own cultivation :
::1- and accounts of DANIKL DANIEL, chlcola Pistnrt and the County of Leon, and the From Columbus, la., to Apalachicola, Fla. ISAAC SATJAN alTers for sale three valuable pantlivD5tne: ,&it- I Case of Jacob C. Hunt, Now Windsor, Orangv
the )landaof Quincy 3 3%lf
& in April
and M'RAF.NT lhwFs, arc Court of N. Y.-A dreadful
Appeals regularly, and in Jeflerson and Four Ilol'se.l-ot Coaclics. ualed on Black Creek, about thirteen miles rasl County, (umor destroyed near
A. E. Harris, for collection. All accounts will bet Gatisdcn! specially employed. CHEAT HOUSE, SIGN AN from Tallahassee, containing thirteen hundred ly the whole of his face, noso and jaw. Ecr

t in suit, if not settled immediately.Feb29 WES. Talhhafsee. Nov.SOtli. 1U33. ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, GLAZING acres, 600 of which are in a high state of cultivation enced quick relief from the use of the Life: Medi

!, 30 FRANK IA LEGAL, NOTICE. ; and Paper Hanging: the residue! mostly rich hammock land, with cincs, and in less than three months was entirely

: ci John C. .Jacobi, T'oma' Baltzell and Walker Anderson Allorrtcys HE undersigned moat respectfully informs the :all the necessary farm houses and outbuildings rured. (Case reported, with a wood engraving*,i.a ia

: : Measurer and Inspector of Lumber for the at Law, will practice in copartnership in tin Via Florence, Fort aincs, BlaldyPor t r's _' citizens of Tall isscc and vicinity, that ho I he crops riec upon tins plantation have not been new pamphlet of : now in press.)
Case Thos. Purcell sen'r. 84
County Leon, Superior Courts of the Counties of JcfiVrson, Leon and Brown's Ferries, (!a., and Irwinlvn,, to execute, in, the neatest manner any surpassed by any in the country. Another, about afflicted wilh, years of ae
IS in his
c those who Gadbdcn, Franklin, Calhoun, and Jackbon, Ala. of the above branches, at short notice, and at price the Mine distance, northeast from Tallahassee, was years swellings Jrg
his may please alI was entirely cured by taking 42 pills in 3
Fen.iee : about 700 of rich oak and hickory
ontaining
OFFERS 'u the court Appeals at Tallaharfccc. which will induce those work 11C
moderate. I wanting dOle to give
upon him. Charges ao HOURS Stage travel from Colum land Case of Joan Daulton,Aberdeen Ohio rbeama-
Address of Thomas Baltzcll ONLY him a call. orders ; with 60 or 70 acres :u cultivation ; andsnottier -
Tallahassee. March 14, 1340.. 33 Address of Walker Arulcrsin, Apalachicola., Tahlaliaseseo.: to New Orleans, in splendid CU3cl.el, N. B. Paints Country of all colors promptly read} prepared attended: and to. in Hamilton county, about ten miles from ill five yeui entirely cured-has used Ihs
Notice. n a level dqd beautiful' road along the banks of Life Medicines fur Worms in children and
Last June 15. ie.3.-tf mixed for use. T. B. CLARKE. the: Suwannee Spring, containing about 2000 found
indebted to the Estate of T. M'- ---- he Chattahnocl'cc River. small in them a remedy.
persons ---- Febla: 21) tfI I acres, a part cultivation, with farm houses sovereign
,deceased, are required to come forward CAU :Nli'rMKIN(;. DAYS OF DEPARTURE-: .\r*._ 'I I Ilia_;.Iflrvil. la 'if* alir\MIl. vp finllitu.. .fnr. 11.0.. ..it I._ Case of Lewis Austin-periodical slck-lieadacte
ALL --- H --- -- -- --r- --- .1.-- .-
? without further delay, and al to whom rjl'ME: subscriber thankful! : rror Columbus, on Tuesdays and Fiidajs, atC I IUI.L'S. lure of sea i inland colton. always relieved by a small dose-now entirely
"
is indebted will hand in claims for _...."I" '"' JL fur past favour* Respcc- o'clock .A. M. Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam, Also. a tract of 400 acres, at tho natural bridge free from it.
barred. ( 11Cdlly informs the citizens of Fom Chattahoochcc, on time same daysand same The reputation of ,' become established as Case of A don Ames cured ofa
S adjustment, 01 they will be ..--r__- -- on the St. Marks] about 11 I miles fcoulii east of Tal- most inveterate
A M ALEXA DrR.admr. Tallahassee aldicnity that time after the arrival of the U S. Mail bat fromApalachicola (lie mos safe and efficacious remedy lahat-HCc; half of tlilrac is a rich : and obstinate dyspepsia, and general debility.

1 adinx. ; : 'he continues. carry on the ; via lolaand mcelingal Fort Gaincs. ever di coveret for it there is al10 a mill scat, aluvialoilupon Cue of Adah Adams, WindlrOhiobe ma.

StMark..1rri 16, 1840 38flflliC ____ E. flij : 'J. CaLinetlakiut biiM'icFS in Persons desirous of going from Columbia, Ga. Infuenz. Coughs, Culd., Asthma, Whooping water power than any in Middle Florida. greater ti.m. gr.el I, i;.er .tctlon_, and genera! nerronj
.
3 : ; _.___=.- variety the old stand to New Ore4nl will find this by f.r the cheapestand ). Spilling of Blood, and all affection* (,I These lands will be sold at moderate prices, and debility,'had been confined sevenyears.wu rais
In I.If
Su'iHciibor witlio
: arlsPvfl'lln ofRIess and Kibolds opposite cxpcditiou..', as the and tlC Lungs. from her bed by taking one box
JL TRACTS OF LAND near hil wel a safest this useful reasonable credits, and if doirable, tho purchasercan efpi.and.bt.!
I Store where he most comfortable way, intersects the IN presenting remedy to the public uf bitters most
-
great a
Planters desirous to retain their capital in labor ColyaU's a : is authorised' have Union Bank Slock upon a part of the extraordinary cure-she is
Hi. accommodated with mos satisfactory credit -I wi bo happy to \ fr'l his friend's' and Brunswick and Floiida Line at Chtaloochcl, whom proprietor by a Physician from purchase. W BUADEN. very healthy and robust n oman-attested by her
can. be GAMBLE. public generally. Sidcboar.ls: Bureau's and furnitureof : making a travel of but 30 bourn by Mlgcsthrough the recipe was confidentially obtained, to Dec 21Leather husband Shubcl Adams.

ROBERT I every description,made: in a fashionable andsubt.tantial t the whole route. Time from Columbus to Mobile, state that ho has used i himself and in his extensive 2 Case of Mrs.Badger, wife of Joseph Badger
Wflauree. Jefferson, F1a.QSLh Nov. 1S39.IVOTicJC. practice in nffccliom with Lime, and Hair.il -
5-i .Pulmonary astonishing
and reasonable
on terms and hour. similar above
manner to
J nearly -result the
he hopes: by strict attention to bubinrt-s to merit For the Proprietors effect. The happy combination of vegetable :J E Subscribers have constantly/ on hand a Case of Susan a same oniiarritd

my absence from Florida Barton C. and receive a liberal nhape oflhe palronago if WILLIAM CADY. sub.tancel, et which it is entirely composed, complete! assortment of LEATHERsuitable: Gooant young :
t DURING 1.( peculiarly adapted lo diseases the I Bands, //amass, Carriage Tops, Boo's and woman-ubjec II several, yean-a
Monticcllo, is my agent nnd nttor- public. Chattahoochre, January, 1S10. 27 If of Lungs Shoes &c. n.allcourre of iho Medicines
Also
F. Liver and Stomach. a constant supply LIME, and entirel11Cltederi
JOHN TUCKER
JACOB
BLESS.N. -
ley. For This medicine has been used H.\IRfor, Plastering : .ill of which, Ihey offrr is now bale and healthy.
n 2G B. All kinds of furniture Sale, very extensively,
j& repaired on reasonable l low furcasli Case of Miss Thomas, of Eli Thomascough
-- HANDSOME wilh and LImo proprietor has notknonna instancein : or in exchange for 'hides,at their Tan daughter -
single
term A l.lJ' IHROUCUI and
of
NOTICE. harness rornpl which il has failed iri relief in Ynrd. BROWN & GALBRAITH. symptoms consumntion-cured ia
I 7th, l39tfNOTICE. or horFcl, giving diseases
TiE subscibcr offers for sale, his VALUA TanohJI"e fept. ___ __!Port Leon, Feb., WM. ?4'NAUG LIT. for which il is recommended ; even incases approaching Tallahassee, Ang: lIS3S| | I Mf four weeks. Her sister cured of a severe attack ofiiflammlTtJry
rheumatism in
PLANTATION on the Armonia lake, ONE wux.

S being the East half of the N. W. quarter of MSC- r. F Citizens of Tallahassee are requested to Lauds for Sale. I forihe| Lungy to consumption, and where, attended all other with remedies blecdin! had* JAMES Notice to Cotton Planters. Case of 3. Colvin-cured of a severs attack of

t tion two, towm hip two, range one North A Eal; dea uJlld keep their Join and! hack yurd.iclear PURSUANT to previous notice, the Apala- failed,Ihu most decided and flattering success has BOATRGITS DH'ROVID. COT scarlet fever in a few days by the Life Medicines.
the West half of the N. \V. ofsection two, of rubbish. Time Corporation : Cane Harriet Twogood, Salioa.N.Y.-wasm
quarter Cal Company cfl'cr for sale and attended its use. Common colds which
township two, range one, North and East. A'so, will go round the City on /Tedncktlays and Saturdays entry the f.lo\\ ii.g Pine Lands SOW in Leon County. the effect of obstructed are generally will 'I'I TAKE this method of informing the Planters a very law stale of health a year and a half-did
E. of section three and it that pcrfpiration, that I have established a *Iio,> in O.uinry not Mire T. is alls
the East N. quarter it requested all liter and tubbish In Town -Range 1 Eat 7 xpect to recover. now t
hafofhe : sections 16, yield to its influence in a few hours; when used in for the of
township range one, Noith! and East ; and ho collected and deposited on the strcetp, early on 18, 19, 23, 25, -'C, 34,35, 3G-and fractious unsold Asthma, and shortness ol articles purpose furnishing them with the above walk about, and is rapidly recovering both health
,
known a the Fuller or Bcmbry plntatitn.- the morning of those days and on no other days in in sections 5, 6, C, 9, JO. |14, 15,17 and121. breath, it loarsensVhec.llg made on the (last improvement. The improvement and strength.
ThereSa about ICO acres of the week, The weather in tuft givl procuring tranquil $ IB in time rib which wear out first. Caso of Benjamin J. Tucker case
open warm hiving set In Town 3 South, I and -severe
ranpc l"slcctilnll, 2,4, rest ilee,> In whooping it is without When o
cough, the
fertility of soil, etc...may be ranked among the propriety' of such an arrangement i manifest to id l! 5, 8, 1 II 1, 12, 13, i4, 15, 22, 23, and of 3 a rival. It by : teeth ribs wear out at Ihe place where time Fever and Ague-cured in a very sLort space
best lands in the Tcr tory. Tncse lands lay within Mho haveregard for the health the city, and 10. be npcralen gcnlin expectoration, and pass through, a new set can be obtained in time. Directions followed strictly.
arc i may given to infants with saIty. .
G few yards of the great Armenia lake, which is 'hojM.-d that tho citizens generally will comply In Town 2 South, range 2 East: eclions 30 and For sale by RANDOLPH perfect& LEWIS. claim five minutes, by simply sli'ling the breast quarter CasofAmoa Davis-Affections of the Lifer-
pasturage cannot be sutlassed in the world. '1 here with the above regulation.By 31, and fractions of I 19! 29 all :TJ. jan 25 26 inch, and pulling a wedge under each ride of after trying doctor's remedies in vain Iota long

is ahi'oa new-well convenient to the dwellings,with order of the City Council, In Town 3 South,, range 2 East-sections 7, the 'Gins, which will give a new set of ribs a good time, was cured by the Life Medicines without
plenty of cicclent water. A. E. H.f RRI3. and fractions of 5, 8, l 18 and 29. C ADELPliI HOTEL. : ab t'io! first, and to on, until ll.ey are worn out iu trouble. -

Thu purchase can have from !to 3 years indul spill. 18 33 City Marsha) In Town I South, range 1 Wef-t-sections 23, CO '1 F undersigned hating purchased from Gen. five or six place Extraordinary caso of Lynun Pratt, who i

gence. There is DOW growing a fine ClOp of own H.G.\M ; and his 31, 32;3.1, 34 and fractions of 19,20,27,28, and 'n'HIS BROWN that wel known tablnli- I wi I keep constantly on hand Friction Ro r afflicted with Phthisic 20 years-affected a perfectcure
03 tjie farm, suitable for the purchaser.RICHARD JAMES GAMBLE have this brother associated:GRAT-in 30. 3 called time City lulel. the city of Talla Gins and Box Gins, which 1 wairanl to please in in 24 hours by the use of the Life MedlcUe!,
day hassee, have opened ( under the title of every re- or no alc. for "oef-
pcct
II. CllOWELL. Tho whole of Town 2 South My price Friclion I Thousands of afflicted in .like n>
1 West persons
business the old rangy ,
nt tand GAMBLE under except
July 4.1 840. 49 the : & REID, sections 2j.2C.35 and 3G.At I the Adclphi Holul. They are now making import. Roller Gin is $1 per haw; and for Ihe Box Gin $3 have, by a judicious .* .FSIOFFAT'S LITE Pius
name. and style. of JAMES B. GAMBL.R & Co., .
ant
improvements and Prz.i. ,
and will havn thf
r per law. Qio
'airl. by ivinhSng Lay Ajr their restored to the
ELLCTIOZoccasioned J\OXI iiiey ask I tlic "a.ueb ral share ol public patronage 01.25 tu. pjoo per acre In current bills of the fall a ana TBENIX \ITE"" been enjoyment
Territory. ensuing an extensive Brick Building erected next crop, would do well to call! aud examine these of all the cornfjrU of life. The Bitters a
Alt for Colonel of the Seventh beblovted on the late linn. on iho properly, whereby they will be able to accommodate Gins. All order will be attended to with the
The Lands and smell astrings
offer promptness. to the taste ,gently
Florida Militia, to fill tho vacancy JAMES B. G.\JLJ I ,! advantages for pasture range visiting this in pleasant
the of C J. .\ cultivation and superior Timber. strangers county a fibres ofthe stomach,and give thai proper tensity
by 1. A. A. Fisher
resignation Old Gins
satisfactory
1Lr.Jil Cash payments "ill bo for half sections l'nncr. The Public may depend repaired al the shortest notice, and in which a good digestion requires. As nothing can
will be held by the officers( .xf the several beats in 4, 18-10 2To _ and required upon every attention to their comforts. the best II,Ie.I the eonstita-
-- fractions of be butter and nourish
Lon County, on Saturday, the 25th in!t. 1:iICI.S.'IRO tmale stelionl.. Al purchasers JOSEPH CROSKEY, refer the planter to Mr. R. L. EdmonJs of adapted to help aciMW--
of the Election to be made to the undersigned ( : the Schooner over thele may bo nudo ('1 thu terms of the DAVID for tion, so there is nothing more generally!
F. WILSON. Quiny, information
: 'lnWt \ i Company; that is, 1-4th,in cash amid 3 as regards these Gins, or to be efficacious ia ill nrd
at Tallahassee, within ten thereafter I 1,2 anu ledged peculiarly
years
days Ilankpy, Baltimore, I Tallahassee, 13d I
law. JOSHUA TAYLOR, forfddivcry the frol arc tOW ready for payment of the other 3.4lhs. -- April! 1840. 36 any planter from South Carolina who has used wasting,loss of appetite,indigestion depression ot
according & on payuientuftlie Apply to them.
saro. Lands in Gadsdcri and exclusively I'or-Salc, \v. C.COOPER. spirits,trembling or shaking ofthe hands and hobs,
.
July 4 49 Major f I
Commanding.STOltAGC. .Ju .ejS V. BETTON.ASocd Lt'onlliall" NE Mar 14 33
Iwo tf
I .
for
cultivation Sulky Wjgon.
-- -- -- -- -- will also) IQld a- on application O obstinate cou hs. shortness of breath, or eonunip-
Peas for Sale. to John Carnochan, 1q. [ : or Also one H-.rso do do-with harness, &c.omplcte. i Leon Live habits. -

r: THE undersigned having 'leased ooo of the Red and White Crowde Peas, and the Subscriber; and settlers w il k be AI41Ichi'0d.the Wil. 11. FRANCES Trustees Academy. The Life Medicines possess wonderful efficiey
prccrcd of Loon
Houses and Wharf latelY erected by Coro Peas, for nale. Apply to purchase of their settlements; they make. NooSJlh.. 1&s9 THE Public Academy announce to in all nervous disorders, fits, headaches, weaknesses
-- --- --- that
)1easrs. J. &, N. Hamlin, solicit share of patrol I JOSEPH .. C. HARI.EV. their arrangements within a suitable tune. L. CARLTON---- SHKFTALI. and Dr.Mooac, to they take have engagod Mr. heaviness and lowness of spirits, dimness w
in the At bin ofthe Male
airo Plantation in charge ,
I Dutch settlement. Former purchasers from the Company who are sight, confused thoughts wandering of the mind
A 23. u: Merchant Tailor Department of the School just established them ;.
MO. by
Receiving April 29 in
with their of
ForwnrdIiiqIIiisiiaess arrears payment, are respectfully re- /OULO respectfully inform the citizens ofof in this city. vapors and melancholy, and all kinds bjstericcomplaints
TAFT & AL XANOEU.!{
PA'IJVTS to settle with the their on
; ; Port Leon ISlli April. 1840 38 OILS, AC. quested c M Mr. 't Tallahaseoand its vicinity, that he has Tho School will open on Monday ne xtin the old are gradually removed by
__ I !250O lbs White Lead, in oil, in kegs of 100 lbs Carnochari during the season. from New York with a fresh of Methodist Meeting House. new In sickness of the stomach flatulencies or obstructions

: L 83 Reward. and 25 lbs each-Linseed oil, Spts. Turpentine J. B. BROWN[ Cloths, Cassimrrcs and Vesting, of the supply newest establish Academies in the City, the attempt to ,they are safe and powerful, and as a pnnfierof .

: OST, on the 3d irtaul; between Tallahassee Brushus, &c, and Window Glass of various sizes. A -ent Apulaclncola Land Company. style and tho finest fabric, which he pledges to ncolly appeal to the prido, and invoke the" aid ear-of the blood, they have not their equal 10 the

and Robert Cor land'l on English/ silver Watch, For sale by Ole at Mr. E U.rard':, Tala hasscl. those that call on him to have made up in the their fellow citizens: they trust, that while flour world!

with the subscriber's name on the back, written RANDOLPH & LEWIS. .--jan 22 ntwes fashion. To please the gay and fastidious ishing) Academies are liberally supported elsewhere For additional particulars: of the above m aiejn which

with. tho y"int.of a knife. Whoever' will return _-\priI27 18J9 38tf __ RllltIO VA L. Subscriber has employed It.R. Pilgrim, who around them, Iho mhbilan1 of the Capitol of the see Moffat's "Good Samaritan," a copy of oe

; n.d waicn to mis office, shal. receive Ihu. abovo'twar. ELLIOT'CORN Cl'RC. -1 r HI h lIE I Subscribers 'i'hvo removed their entire es. I will give his undivided altotion to the Culling Territory will lence forwaid manifest a more devoted accompanies the medicine copy can who.alwsjs bue the
DeoarimvnL obtained of the different
FOLENS EE. it. ELLIOTS JL tablivhmont, from their old stand in interest, cherishing their own city im ti- Agents
TaU.bale, May 41 B uncommon PL..SlEJhahonusell with. :o the New Brick Building on Munroe BerY'I'Huw street _Tallahassee Oct. 20lh lf-89. a tutions. medicine for sale. be

Watches, Jewelry, Silver Ware Ac.D been introduced!, has superseded the whereer use of other|Iha next door to Wm.Il.Wyall & Co, where they will, Notice. The scholastic year will bo divided into four French, German and Spanish directions Broadway.cIA
A I1pplicaioll J75
I obtained office.
sessions of eleven on ; at the
.USTINJr.&CO. remedies for the rui e of Corns.A continue in tame LUlinfs a* hcntofuru-viz: LL persons indebted lo GCOKGK W. GRANT, weeks eac: and the following immediate altenlion.
.. few I dealing in {addict Diidles rates tuition allowed, in All post paid letters will receive
,
( applicftionnril entirely remove the)larg Marlingalci and liar. are requested to call on W. R. HACKLliY, paid advnco to
store formerly occupied by est corns, prevent fu.th r pain. nesict, of all descriptions. Also n general asfort- and settle their account, by the 15th of EI1 the Treasurer of the Board ofTiuitccs. B. ..rvPffiT,
Wm II Co. Pi ice 50 cents I box with directions of Harnus Bill All Orthography and.Reading, Prepared and sold by WILLIAM
S. Wau where per for use. lent Trimmingi. Spurt, Coach, accounts not paid by that time will be in $3
', ._ they are now opening a beau. For Sale in Tallahassee, at the Url Store of (Jiff and Hiding \Vliipi, Trunkt,an Care Rags, suit. G. W. GRANT put Tho above with Writing and Arithmetic, 10 375 Broadway New Yort. A liberal leduc:

tiful asoorlmcnl of articles in RANDOLPH :. LEWIS. Valises Saddle Bags, Bores,& ,., :thirling, mach 21 31KIItKMAN The above, with Grammar and Geography, and made to these who purchase to sell again.also be"d

_ _ their line, such May 18th, 1838. .._% 41.t, llamas,Bridle ln Top Leather, hog,Citf Morocco History, 12 AGENTS-The Life Medicines may (IiI
Gold Lever, Anchor Cylen! and Shup ; AUEIUMTHY. & HANN\. The above, with Greek and Latin, and General of any of the principal Druggist in eveiy Can*"*

der and Virge Watches; Rings, u Diamond, On. HE sublcrib Coporluerttlilp.hUG Saddles, Harnui. Bridles and,.Varlingalet, made Commission Merchants Literature, Ihorughont the United States* and the ittersa0die
r ,Reby, GarnaUc..; Broaches, a Diamond, V M. this d;y entered intopariimcr.l.tp to order, at short notice. New Orleans. (Ircnch-eztra charge of 1 Ask for Moffat's Life Pills and Pbeni '

ossic. Cameo; Enamelled ; Gold I peneial commission and forwarding & MAY. Refer R.K. Cal, and Henry Bond. By order of tie Trustees. sure that* fac similie of John Motfat'uipaturr
& under the WAHl
Fdttfree WCrk. Ear aigs piutioll. Ware &. merculutl. W M.style of McNautfh) N. B. /fc/mm/ done in all articles .._:Jim..!! 17 1839. 24tfENGINEERING. A. M. GATLIN, is Pills-upon! the label of each bottle of &turs or

jracfc M Ta SetsTsbhes.nd Forks; d IcNAUGU'l. usual. 42 may 15 march 4. 1840 32 .
Silver Fitted Candle Det pn. P OlllUNl.ort These valuable Medicines are for sale oj
Cflpe. Cake von, Jan 20, IC40 2C Watches, Jcvelry, &c.L IE subscribers respectfully REMOVAL. RANDOLPH & LEWIS,
Sets acquaint the ciiilena
Ca ,Coffee Uiar.and Spootit; Cut. undersigned have removed their stock of .
,
Jt.c.cod Pit Caves, Astral Han. cOI'ARTiEushhIP.T THE Subscriber has on of TIlal"ec, their fiends and lbepublc THE from their' former stand in Berry's ._fb8 28 TalUbass-

Faoy -.Itc.AUofvbiditbey Lamp HE Subscribers have entered into ; a very handsome generaJy, t..1 they have them Row, the 'store on the corner .Monroe and -

iui their fiiends and the under the fii-m of J. B. BULL &plroenhil, assortment of Watches, Jew. copartnership, for the purpose of CIVIL Clinton t streets, recently Gorman 3O :Dollars Reward.

ict6taUod .'! carry on the business of 1"mCHANl TAI- aIry, I'ldeV n', Silver ENGINEERING ; and, accordingly solicit a share o & Hall, where they occupied continue byllra to Plantationof
their keep the
on
: rtpuetag I attended le. LORS,bOlh in this |>lace New Spoons:, Cutlery, &c., which patronage the making conducting level baud general assortment wi and RUNAWAY from county. I Iof

1a.L wa pall York Ar.anemeltBI.ave been initde for a con be offers for Bile on hi* usualterms. ing,and improving of all kinds of roads, bridges, Goods, Groceries, Boots and staple Shoes, Hats fancy, Hardware Dry in .Gadsdan
aqueducts embankments &e. Boy
; ? full supply of CJinhs, Ho will receive new and in time humbler Too Negn
& 0rKeu11 stnt Canimcrd and Cutlery, Crockery and Glassware
branches of this science with Goon !
; etc. and a 'large supplies duriiigtho winter. vast such the named and Will"-
I survey George
Tie large JSf coauaodious dtoel.tag. i assrlment WATCH ing of laud, almost every article suited to th of the is aboUt*'
Clothing, and thty arc now prepared to accommo REPAIRING plotting planning and estimating millraces fri.nds and the 'want /!/ left on Sunday morning last,
fNjifaining 8 Roosu, where .Iat customer and he public, in any article I attended to with a much ability and prompt- and citches, canals, &c., on scientific sod county.rlb.ir for lhem lves. are invited &years of stoat made rather a da""

t toSb.ctttieCorwIjre.ido4.tteIi. called foi ia thcjrlme. One of the partner*, Mr. 101 I at any shop in the Southern practical principles. cal eXlnline 44 JAMES E.. cast tech when spokin to,fiddlea with his WX M J

.I***I"*****is a good weU '
.'1 EvJt. at '. execute allarderspromptJy end on the mol rca --- --' Tallahassee, april II, 1840 37 NEW MILLINERY AND DRESS clothing "' 7 ..llA,

'. I" 8BEMAIJ.DANIEL ; Miiablelerms. J. B. nULL I NotJcc. NOTICE. MA.KING( ESTABLI3HMEN.. William i is aboutt5yariOf age 5E'eOt "

.: lE THE Co-Partnership retofoie, existing i nit he I Subscriber has just received his knees lather bends back when/sundiof orswj .
A IL J rlC TuTlaluaeeNev.\ 17.1838. 13 STEWART BARNARD, being THE sale low for cash, Gentlemen's and ofo. THE undersigned most r respectfully informs has a pleasant countenance and. / ads aDd *
'
Kda J.tt dissolved by the death of the In L.die Tallahassee vicinity, that ie for North Carolina.
JaIV s 'fnjeI partner, all vet and Russia Fur Hats she welL It is supposed be will n>
."I -. indepted to tho Gentemen. andFly's has opened a house in the above Hue, Mon
.ai& t ti.k1" o lOTJCE.I pcrions rl are requested to make on /
.i Territory, JAS. immediate settlement/ Caps, Travelling Trunks, la roe street, and between the of JO.I.oU.t
my all sl'i stores Francis secured
Jiavtng ( eachJif
DURING wil Ir I will 25 or
r. [ give | j
rl ..iadloiii W. ARGYLE are mv aulho.riMdagttU. please present the tarn. caim. I linf .anl.goodauortman Cloth*.Cmer..d and Messrs. Gorman fr BalJ.wher them and all roMoiuble/charjc* raidwi.rw fo th1t
? P. E. BARNARD.Jr. ready mId e Clothing. :>. i. a stiict attention lelbop.
bz4rp rom
KERR Surviving I f t ., livorj al the plantation, otto. n in
melt
; IWIAM&I asytb, IS40 44 TalUhuwe July 14, 1833. 49"f L CAITN ofpublio paloaa. LX. wUr.
TaUihams Nov 22d
1839.
Feb
14 99 M.
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