The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: August 15, 1840
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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Tallahassee, 17lh July, 1840. THE the,sous ,of UKXM, who, ia tbcir .y, ,.:

dClTCRAL ORDER;-NO. II. FEftRIDIAJVAT wen tbo pillars of'the R Ekterj,

.the following instruction Lire been received pt not be false h wbsn

from: Ili Excellency, ROJCKT RAVMOMD REID, a to ia&na fftnjr f, $that it _
Commander-in-Chlefof the Florida MUilia The .
M. Kentucky that struck the first
itleelion of the Commandiitf Officer of Brigades, -.- _.... at the ee.
Regiment* and Volunteer Corps, is earnestly in -. "LAI88EZrO S FAI a-E.: dar peJ a
Yoked to the strict .fulfillment of the injunction I ad o o soon after

therein contained.;; Any direliclion! of duty on tho mlr g A1I13IL go QIlIDa.B'\r.\ - adoption of the Coostitulisaprinciples

put of Officers relative thereto, will meet with to lW lQaII, 'a.&nUUI\ a whicb had already Jed t act Gfllur

prompt and merited disapprobation. -- and threatened _
The Officers commanding the different Regiment* I I XXTBACT FXOX 'THX Gen. .tI pan i destroy as
No. 9- Harrison is in favor of the system of ronsals over cider barreband rights of tbe &*tem as liberties of
will bear in mind constant/! General Order Address of B. F. Perry Internal log cabina; they we t
br a strict compliance with which it is to bo hoped'. To the Citizen Greenville I Improvements by Congress, and in. have long speeches in abase of the Administration te ppl' It was &Kck.llut
District \
toe S. C. \roduced resolutions in _
that an effickut protection will be afforded j the Ohio Legislature, and in praise of their hero; bat 'thpy tbose of ,

frontier against the savage foe. Let me now, fellow citizens, give you my recommending the revenue arising from the will neither tell what principles are w ic changed current ofpobfie opinion,
R- REID. C"m views they con. t
Sf order of His Excellency, R. on which
subject is prqection
domestic and
maudor-in-Chief. the annual meeting of the TALLAHAS. tale and beginning to agi. manufacture, to be apPKv tending for, nor let us know what the! "
jyQ GRAHAM: JOCKEY CLUB in January last, an I I deeply excite our country, and which by Congress to Internal Improvements, idoTs"creed is. The reason is too obvious; government ( principfc Utie

AdjL and Insp. GenL Fla. M. Association was formed, to be called, "The Tills believe is cf infinite importance to every irtitead of paying off the national debt 1 Mr. the Whig party is composed of as dif For forty'years Uw Democracy cf roo.

lassce Association for the encouragement of Blooded Southern man, to every one who cherishes a Van Buren is opposed to a system of Internal ferent discordant materials many have looked upon resolutions UD
EftCVTlVt' DUAaTIlEsT.Tan.hullee Horses in the Territory of Florida." love for the Union as there are hues t .t
and who wishes Improvements creed of their
to see by Congress and has in
d I7lh July, 1840. Rule 1st. The members of this Association shall I maintained the voted the rainbow. Tariff mm and Nuttifiert, W plc d.rcy
Sia-General ABJUSTUD luring determined to bo members of the "Tallahassee Jockey Cl'ib," and I domestic institutions of the against every appropriation for that purpose, Northern Abolitionists and Southern Slaveholder has been mak

remove the greater part of the Regular Forces to reside in the Territory of Florida, or in the Counties South. I will premise, however, before I except one, which was to establish a Toll *, old Federalists- and "red hot" young standard; awl lie te original language ef tha _

the Etst of the Suwannee, it i. highly important I of Decatur, Thomas, or Lowndes.in the State I touch on the Presidential. election, that my Gate on the Cumberland Road, in order to I Republicans are all hard Bible in they the text
drinking and
that the troops in the Territorial service the Militia of Georgia, and shall pay annually to the Secrets sentiments and opinions relative to the cur- get back juts the Treasury book of rl a
of Middle and West Florida, and the Inhabitantsgenerally rr of the Jockey Club, ten dollars, as a fee for the had been moneys.which building log cabins together. The friends of every
should be more vigilant than ever and I membership, to he appropriated as hereafter di tional nsncy against Treuury and a Na. expended in the completion of the Mr. Van Buren have published to the world Nothing could more effectually prove the

eusslanllj on the alert, to resist the incursions of( rected. Bank, and in favor of State Banks, road. In 1824 he opposed the alarming assumption the great political principles on which te principles tn than

the enomj. No doubt tho Indians, emboldened by Rule 2d. Each member of this Association shall I founded on a specie basis, have undergone no f of power by the" General l Government are united, and on which the Administration they the progress they bae aDDc the

the departure of such a number of men from the own at least one brood mare, of the best blood he change during the last two years. I have I in regarJ to Internal Improvements. has been 'and will mid of men. even the c mae name of the
be Whil
District, will seek to attackthe can obtain, and shall I to conducted.
Middle oppurtunity patronize the best stallion of seen nothing to alter or weaken Gen., Harrison that he is proud and
settlements, and it i is the duty of every citizen blood and tried character that he can conveniently these my opinionson National says opposed to a The friends of Gen. Harrison from the p"e party which opposed

whether in or out of service to be prepared, not send to.Rule. subjects, but much to strengthen and Banl on constitutional grounds, bu: North are never found voting in Congress fora them, has c to b considered a term of

only to repe! the enemy, but to give a good accountof 3d. There shall be annually on the first confirm them. But although I am opposedto that if the revenue cannot otherwise be col Southern measure. The friends of Mr. reproach, if no of ignominy and iosultthe

him, should he appear upon our frontier. day of tho Jockey Club Races, show of Colts and the present Administration on the subjectof lected, and a decided majority of the people Van Buren from the North do principles of the Kentucky resolutions, in

You will direct tim Colonel Commanding the Tillfcs, the produce of dams bona Jide owned by Sub-Treasury, J desire a Bank, he should be in ... _....._ __ ._sustain__ __ .then."h If _mmA in ( k..,_ .
: am_ unwilling to sec favor of one. _.. .G.. .1. .:. :11 L profesion -- --- -- .ar. nfu.n. .
Volunteers in service, to cause an incessant scout- member of this Association, to be ono old :\sr. ,r__ nu__ __ __ T.. ..:_ ______ n' Sn** VS \*<9 Will IflJW 9 flU many t1U. 6'
lug to be kept up, between the posts, and in the adjacent the spring preceding the meeting at which year they MI. uu ijurcn superseded oy uen. iiarn-" fact& lUll pressnnianen in connection with the portant questions. Need I refer to any other: creed of ever plitic8ct and the once de.

hammocks and swamp and you will take are exhibited. The best Colt to receive a Prize son. Because I differ with the one on a. that all the friends of Gen. Harrison are question than that of Abolition, to prove this t rided thei at s and advocates

inearures, if you hare not already done so, for the Cup of the value of one hundred dollars, and the most important measure of public policy, it is in favor of a Bank, is sufficient to indicate fact ? is consider an eScDtia! passport to

,, immediate organization of the Mlitia; and if your est Fillie a Prize Cup of the value of fifty dollars, no reason why I should take up the other, what course he will pursue. Mr. Van Buren I Gen. Harmon has refused to let his popularity succe. Nay, mere, tbd

order are not promptly obeyed you will report the to be adjudged by a Committee of not less than with whom 1 differ on a half dozen subjectsof is opposed to a National Bank on constitu.I ions i iI be known opin. people almost with one voice, have recently
delinquent and refractory, to the end that the lawn! three members of the Association, and to be award tion and says he will give no fur.
of the land may be enforced against them. ed by the Association; seven icembers being necessary I equal or greater importance. grounds, and believes such an institution; 1 her pledges of what he will or will not do, if recognised and cnsecrate the principles of

To the Militia we look for the protection of our to form a quorum. The prizes to be paid for will compare and contrast the claims of dangerous to the liberties oftbe country. j I elected President. Mr. Van Buren has never those resolutions. ac as impressive and

l.omesund firesides; but how can tbcy prove instru. out of the funds of tho Association. The first show !. Gen. Harrison and Mr. Van Buren, fairly Gen. Harrison has boasted of having been']yet refused to make his political sentiments emphatic a it is possible for a nation to per
menu of safety,without orgfc.nizaliondicipliae and I to take place at the annual of the and dispassionately. I a member of I form. Since
Our meeting "Talla- am not disposed to do an Abolition Society from the I known, when they were asked for his your letter a been laying be
? by
subordination People should not tassco Jockey Club" fir I
permit 1842. the time
themselves to hI! lulled into a false security; it i In Rule 4th. There shall be opened annually, the one injustice, nor the other more than he was nineteen years old, and that he f fellow citizens. fore me waiting for a reply, it has become my

impossible to tell when or where Indians may make following Sweep-stakes, to be run for in the order justice., The information made use of in this looks forward to the day when the American Gen. Harrison is about ten years older agreeable duty to conf the fact of the na

ihtir appearance; we thould be (prepared for them I n which they follow, as the first race on the three comparison has been derived from documents sun will not look down upon a slave." He than Gen. Jackson was when he was elected I ton, nettling te unconstiutionality '

every niicrc, and at all times. It is confidently beJieied fir$ das; and a handi-cap purse, as l\\ejirit\\ race on entitled to the highest credit. says, also, in his Cheviot speech, that an 1 President and the then sedition laws of 1709 by approving o
Whigs that
that with! pickets around. houbes at all exposed the last day of tho Annual Jockey Club Itncts over General Harrison is an old man-I might"object near his heart," is to eeo the whole I' (Gen. Jackson act for the relief of the heir* Matthew Ly.refunding a.
M as too old be President
he to
.; with citizen well armed AT HOME, and Marion Course, free for Colt Fillie of r rhe
for defence; with a Militia determined!prepared to raised or owned by a member of any this Association say a superanuated man-bordering on his surplus revenue appropriated to the emanci- United States. on, t them a fine collected of their

beat back and pursue* the enemy; with the Voluulern being the produce of a dam bonajide the property, seventieth year, and not likely to be able to patbn of slaves, with the consent of the slave. I I The friends of Gen. Harrison have raised ancestor, under the law b question. Party

continually in motion on a line beyond the of a member. The entry to be notified to the Secetary administer the affairs of this Government, and holding States." Although he voted against a great hue and the prejudice, authority, dread of the

tctllenicDts we lull IHJ able at least to protect L of the Jockey Club, on or before the find discharge the duties, laborious and arduous as the Missouri restriction, yet he went home,.I I organizing the militia cry concerning recommended plan of: respect for that which has prent fon
ourselves, until the more active operations of the day November in tach year and named at tho they of | not by Mr. of law for aum
are, President of the United States being a candidate for and forty
Congress years
for successfully
fall and winter months hhall commence. Care and I pOst, viz: was !>i]Poinsett, Secretary of War. And yet strange I resisted
atUriiy fur a short lime, may prevent the effusion I lit. sweep-slakes for 2 year olds, one mile out. four years to come. It is not in the ordinary elected a member of the Ohio Senate, and t to say, a similar plan was proposed and ad. this act justice; but at length all are

ofbl\ oed and destruction of pioperty.You Subscription f 100-forfeit $50. course of nature that he should be. Mr. Van there introduced resolutions, in 1820, de-i|i vacated by Gen. Harrison himself! So much L swept away by the irresistible current of pub

will takc care to encourage tho formation 2d. A sweep-stakes for 3 year olds, one mile heats. Buren is a much younger man, in the prime I. flouncing "slavery as a great moral and polit-j i for the merit of Gen. Harrison, or the demerit lic opinion, and the sedition act ha
of Volunteer Companies; throughout tim Territory. Subscription five bales of Cotton of hun and of ical evil and decided be
four vigor manly intellect, endowed by na. instructing their members of: of the plan the irreversibly to unconstitutional by
proposed of the
will have dred or sincerity
The Executive in i
pleasure weight each
endeavoringto r -forfeit two bales. ture with talents which Congress to "the a tribunal higher than the courts of
for ouch 3d. A for great have distin. oppose extension of slavery \ juc
Compacics arms swcop-stake 3 olds
procure two mile beats
The Tall.iliassee: Guards, the Independent L Subscription $300-forfeit year $100. guished him through life, and he is in every in any Territory West of the Mississippi;, and The friends of Gen. Harrison, some .! the sovereign people of the Unite SEte

City, Grejb, the lula, .Volunteers. and the.Centre- 4li.; A Handi-Cap Pars, not to exceed $300 out), way able to take unon himself the discharf1'f-- I to prevent the admission! of slavery in any ago, cried out, "war,famine and pestilence years," The patriarchs of Kentucky ad Vini the

flUe Hassan, win iiuiu iiiciiit>ei>CB m ictuiucsa iu -01 me unu ui mo A" ociaiionone mile IICIIB.i of those high duties with which he has 'been: State or Territory, where it does not already rather than : men who in tlat day, mids obouy in-
a military and
march wherever and w'lencvcr they may be directed 3 best in 5.-Free for all the competitors: in the I entrusted for the last four exist, and to prevent its extension where it chieftain; now suit, voted or and
years. have taken Kentucky
,as J the pub i tt service Slakes up one who has no othermerit
may require.<< foregoing agreeable\ to the rules of does "
General I exist Virginia resolutions
Harrison and I of
Yvu will facilitate, as much ah possible( the or. Handicap Races. Entrance $20. has been brought forward to oppose the "admission ofany or claims on his country. And if history 1799, cannot but re-

ganiuiion of the Regiment intended for the U. S. To the above Arsciation there are now about and is supported by all the Federalistsof State into the Union, unless the further I is to be credited, the course of( en. Harrison joke; with a joy unspabe in witnessing

\ service-the Companies composing which will be thirty Subscribers. Gentlemen wishing to become the country. by all the Tariff men of the extension of slavery within such State be expressly during the late war was marked with the final triumph principles to-

mustered out of the Territorial service; they are to members, are requested to call oil the Secretary, North, by all the friends of Internal Improvements prohibited." He also declares in the weakness rather than I which they announced their allegiance.
be received into the U. :S. eel ice for the term of and subscribe their names. in same resolutions energy. resignedhis I They and their
the West that "the I descendants have
and the East of to
three months each company will consist of 61 Pri-. by the Bank tendency slavery commission in 1814, and Gen. Jackson I I a right

itles, 1 Captain, I lat Lieu, 1 second Lieut., 4 I Tallahassee (Florida) Races. men of the South, and the Abolitionists of the: is directly to impair the national character,, was appointed his successor-a most fortunate glory in seeing those principl recognised,

Sergeants, 4 Corporals, and 2 Musicians.Mm : ANNUAL MEETING: FOR 1811 will uon-slave holding States. These are the men and affect the happiness of the people." Let L appointment for the country. even at this late day, accltn ofa

mud be otTcred to the U. S.; Bon w.Il not THE over the Marion Course, into whose hands the Administration! of the I. those who charge Mr. Van Buren with voting; The friends of Gen. Harrison in South nation,and one of the tyruiclaets against

be rewivd; Midi are the instructions from Wash On Government must fall if General : for the New York Resolutions consider aI which they protested,virtually expunged from
i.;lon,; but at the faille tune, will Wednesday, the 1'Jlh: January next, Harrison well I Carolina, urge as an objection to :Mr. Van the
bedutmclly undcrvlood, that you the 6'oinniandcrinchiefhu cause it to and continue 4 days, free for all Horses owned in should be elected. The Abolitionists boast I the purport of the above language. Nothing Buren, that he came into power pledged to records of the countr. While I aged
Florida, or the lower Counties of of his Domination has been patriots it is a and
: Georgia and over Mr. more misrepresented than Mr. Van congratulation
to be Clay
treat realm satiffied with the con as a triumph I I to carry out the measures of Gen. Jackson's
duct of Dos in Florida, upon many trying occaiMna : Alabama.Fiasr In-A of their power and influence. The circumstances Buren's conduct in that matter. The facts I Administration, and that! this includes of joy, it teaches the young that efforts at reform
Club Purse ,
and n' perfectly aware, that Jockey of $100-1 under are simple these in the Government of their
have In
they often which 1820
ennccd mile heats. Gen. Harrison was iii : Governor Clinton course, his "Proclamation" and "Force Bill." country ought
hub of men.a valor and patriotism; worthy the imita SECOND Di-A Jockey Club Purse off 200-2 nominated for the Presidency, show conclu. ,to whom Mr. Van Buren had always been I IrJrkT Have they forgotten are they unwilling to never t be considered hopeless, a long as

I .. eivelv that lie is thp m b7pfI.;. _.._. e:1 > therjsjtjiyj1jjj *:
aw Sir; ob. r o unrumenl llhJs -
very iwpecirullr yr. U "TUIBO'DAT ROBERT RAYMOND -A Jockey Club Purse (or $ OO-3 Ifl DY which theVntgt are to get I 5y-U Harrison, for these two measures tions in the cause of
: REID mile heals : into power. On the other hand, Mr. Van (members of Congress to vote for the Missouri i of his administration! No, they have not Demora prciple
Governor of Florida. I they are certain to
Col.JOHV GRAHAM, Adjt.._ & lnrp.GcnLFIa.21a FOURTH. 3 best Du-Proprictor'in 5. Entrance Purse 10 per, cent.$%00-1 a mileheats. I Buren is the acknowledged head of the great I restriction. Resolutions were accordingly forgotten, but are most unwilling to bear children. fa i blessings upon t

------ Democratic in the introduced in the House by a friend of Gov. in remembrance, that Gen. Harrison their
QUARTER: And the following Sweep-stakes are now open,' party United States, and is i I am most happy t. inform
MASTER FLORIDA GENERAL'S;MILITIA, OFFICE and will be run for, if they are filled, before the sustained and supported by the South, and the Clinton, and after passing the House, were candidate for the Presidency, said these meas I that I have this day signed the you, gnllm
Club Race the three first friends sent to the Senate, of which Mr. Van Buren would b e
I of
TALLAHASSEEJuly rah: lf>40.f Jockey on days. the South at the North. He is urea more to the glory and tablishment of an'
tu.ow CiTi7t:>i-I am instructed by His Extllciicy FIRST DAV.-A Post-sUkes, free for all ages, 2 I sustained every where by tbose opposed to a i was a member, and passed without debate or honor of Gen. Jackson, than his victory of measure of which Trr a

.. Roirur HAVMOMI REID, to proceed to col. mile heats. Subscription f 200, forfeit f 100; to be Bank of the United States, by those in the dici.rion-Mr. Van Buren being present, but New Orleans. Yet he to be preferred to mendation. you speak in dei cm
for btfore the Club Race tho first i By this
run Jockey on
, set all\the. that!MurUu,have Uifl been StiulCiuns delivered and AcroutrenenU .: day of the next Tallahassee Jockey Club Races.: North opposed to the Tariff, by those in the taking no part in the matter whatever In Mr. Van Buren by Sut Carolina Nullifier L. ment of measure branch of, te our manage'

: may to you by 3 Subscribers make Ie West his Inaugural Address, Mr. Van Buren has this aolprat nana
. Im .iredecesor. Those who aro in lo-lIe.llion: of necessary to a ace. opposed to Internal Improvements, and i on score concerns of
)I inch II belong to thu Territory ale requested to SECONO DAT.-A Sweep,slakes for three yearolds he is perfectly odious to the Abolitionists given a solemn pledge to sustain the rights of It i is urged against Mr. Van Buren, that ar nely.ba.
t 1 mile heats. Subscription $200- forfeit $100 the South the century wi b brought back to Jeter.
deliver a
them tu tin underpinned or to his agent at ; every where, in consequence of the noble on subject slavery, and to veto his Administration h been 8 extravagant well as
Club Race spirit and intention of theConstitution.
thii to be run for before the Jockey on the
above Oilier mcntioiied fUrl b"1'11 Tin' inunedute return of the;. second day of the next Tallah.isucc Jockey Club; stand he has taken in favor of Southern insti- any Bill which may pass Congress, abolishing one,and yet the frield of Gen. Harrison in ebvi. system now supersededwas
arms IH required for the defence oi slavery in the District of Columbia. He T
It 3 Sub riberll to make Rate. tutions.If gave have appropriation which in
the frontier, and fuither prosecution of the war :acea. : necessary a Cong ever fact one early measures do-
Ipln the savage i fuc. THIRD Un.-A Sweep-slakes fur 2 year old, I 1mile Gen. Harrison gets into power, his Cabinet the same assurance before he was elected either and the have been vised by the andfadvocates cf prjvit .
It n to be out. Fubscription $100: forfeit $:;i0; to be President, in private letters, to gentlemen inAirnrtr defined in the Senate Mr. friend
that by
hoped tins call will -31 I must necessarily selected from his Bntontopu1wear .._ _
r .
upon you ; ._ __ .. .. > ". .
Maude IQ ram.Rwjicctfully. run for before the Jockey Club Race on the third friends ., .Dart rtf tKo /_'/_iltrif_ _rir.._ _A__a Vi"A. ........ Pr..........;_ -- ---- -- g .2 .- I.n.v ,1.
and -- --- -- --- .n A > utuuu Government
supporters in the North and the o o { prwpi WblC they from its and legitimate
day of the next Tallahassee:: Jockey Club Races. :I Dngr pure principles
dent he
your uhL icrvt. \V gave his casting votn in favor of In the sued false
ru-kc est. They will have him into preventing o statements as
Subscribers necessary to a Itace.: brought t Qbjes vesting all powers in tho

JOHN Ciuarti B.iMablvr! COlLINS. ne' Subscription to the above Stakes can be made by ,' power, and must share with him the spoils. the circulation of abolition pamphlets tha expenditures of the Government, and had a and enabling them (profit at

-- _: letter addressed to the &:crctiAry of the Tallahasuce The Cabinet of Mr. Van Buren is composedin by means of the United Stated': mail. It wasthe sews wherein their statements are false. te expense of the I not inform

HEAD QUARTLIiS FLORIDA MILITIA Jockry Club any time before the 15th Jay of DCceinber i part of Southern men. South Carolinahas Vice President's vote which passed this urged against Mr. Van Buren, that I you, genllfemen, that many.the n.depositing

AUJCTANT; GI!: ERAL'S OFFICE next, when they will (be cbi-ed; the entry to B ill. he is from a state which refuses to give the
given the of War and up public hanks lend it
be rained the evening before the Race. Secretary Georgiathe money i was t tc
: Tal1lha" I'c, Florida, July 5th, 1WO. Gen. Harrison has been brought forward, when demanded Vir.
GENERAL Mr. F. P. GI ROW is now engaged at the Marion Secretary of State. Mr. Forsyth and runaway negroes, by i those institutions generally, without iaterear,

Tit Officers ,= OllflF.n-NO. 10. in the Joui.se, and has opened Training Stables( forthe Mr. Poinsett are decidedly the ablest members in true demagogue" style, as "the poor man's "inia. But we are not told by those who I to< be used a a part of their capita and that
hut' "r tin Territory oDlD1lndlllltegilDl.nta. will/ accommodation gentlemen who haven hurst'"a : of his Cabinet, and will unquestionably ca What are his pretensions to this urge this objection, that the refusal to give they lent i out upon interest

lilt urthe nimcs of theCommiwioncd transmit to this Officers office in i a I train. Mr. Ccr! ( w is well known. an experienfcd b e kept in office. popular cognomen He was born amidst the: up the negroes comes from the friends of Gen. thereby largely increasing t ti profits com of

tieir respective commands i' Trainer; and the fullest confidence may be Gen. splendor of wealth, nursed in the lap ol luxury I Harrison, the Whigs, and tha Whig Govern. er t]
e Thus
ofthetr! together with the date placed in his safe management of Horses committed Harribon: is an old Federalist; was stoolr. the few were enabled
BJ order appointment of *. I Ic to "his chargo. THUS. BROWN, wice appointed to high offices under the Administration ] and inherited from his father, a Governorof o r. Yes, the friends of Mr. Van Buren in to rch by using the money

'U\mlMer- D.Chief.His. Excellency Cuv. R. R. REID July J 18 51 Secretary and Proprietor of John Adams. lie supportedthe Virgiuia, wealth, distinction, and family Nfluence. ew :York, the Democratic party of New which belonged t the many, and the public
JNO. GRAHAM, ir lie had every advantage of education York, disapprove the course by Gov. in
-. Adjt. and Ingp. Genl. F. M. I PROCLAMATION Administration of John Adams, was charg. pursued funs were fact drawn from the TIl
cd with the fact in the Senate ,and all the influence which a popular Seward and the Whigs. Ought this w
nE.tDA.CIIE, SICK BY ROBERT RAYMOND REID, of the United go a appropriation by Congress, c
OR NERVOUS. family can give, and he soon received an imf alone show to us who friends and
TIlt OOVFRNOR OF FLORIDA.WHEREAS States so recently as 1828, and frankly con. our are, i violation of the spirit of a constitutional pro

rtdj fur this dutressmg reputation that is DrSfohn'* it is made known to me, that "eased the same, but attempted to apologise for P ortunt appointment under the elder Adams, who our enemies aref i hibition.

pall lit, II Certainly a matter complaint of much every astonish-day CREDIT/I/ of Jackson Co., i it. He was always found voting, whilst from that time to the present moment he has It is urged against Mr. Van Buren, that I Tbe manner in which this abuse into
tonaL That .0 mucb : who was confined in the jail of said County, under been almost constantly in the possession of t he is the nominee General the Government crept
ad for I iuffir'r'S have exist-ii[ member of the Senate, with the Federalists, Jackn.Vho j and fastened kself ppoo the
es without a charge of murder, has made his escape from said salaried office. He is the I
asl,preJeatne* any diwovery or any medici- and against the Republicans. Mr. Van Bu. some high now : was he when electe UnitedS J: country with the acquiescence of the whole
\ or CUte, | of jail j and is now at large: nominal Clerk of Court with I I
truly a subject much a an income offive States 1 Was Vice.President ,
\ 2K' but Dr- Snow assure the NOW KNOW YK, That I, Roars RATMOMDRzu ren was born a Republican, commenced his not then j i an impressive lesson, teaching the
tire remedylul.J Leen inveflted. will public convinceacta >, Governor of Florida, by virtue of the authority !:. political life in opposition to the Federalists of thousand dollars. He has at this time a I second officer iu the Government and : of perpetual vigilance and energy /

lDtcreds1o p t '",. The principles upon which it i vested in me by law, do hf rehy offer a REWARD New York, and the first vote ho gave after be large and valuable property. His love for the
thatthileom'! aDd I"10' It is an admitted fact OF TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS t for was of was for Gov. Davis in poor is of an exceedingly singular caste.' ofce'1 or did the people, with one accord, I* meat, however seemingly,trifling
said and l.n safe nge opposition
Isint of the
whether the apprehension Whilst Governor of Indiana he I eaV
called and
trl 1rTous Sick Hejdache approved e o preside over the Senate principles of Government.
r Burr. He hir our
Headache jailor or other officer of the Territory to Aaron waS elected a memberof whichI
$ arises primarily from the delivery any signed a law to sell, to the highest bidder such \had I
Rt1LtIcIe sLIlsClithc4e who lh"lk they have thc NervousIMurcd of Florida authorised to receive him. the Senate of New York by the Republicanpart refuse his nomination. to the Court | j posite of the public money in banks,

'watch. May test that this lho The said Bryant Meredith is about thirty years }', and received from the same the white persons, as were too poor to pay a j Jomes }I necessarily follow that the banks should u
t ,.1'j the first oran feet or .line inches high, dark State ti ie and the costs, and to them One I will i it.
to1 u;; ; that UC IIYlltean h" !li B- of age fire eight appointment of Attorney General. lie was whip t wor more, felow-citizen.ond } Its use was never, until lately, and )tKen
4Ledcy debilitateJ : and hair, and rather hard of bearing; lormerly with thirty-nine lashes, if they from, 1 have Thesre in the
'odihat-hr through tire .tomach, eyes elected a Senator in Congress, by the Repub. ranaway I more danger only to a lite extent,directly authorized d by
** through l the same channel from Georgia, Wilkinson county.OGiH'O their roasters. In Ohio he also voted for '
P : must election thai
a a they i a L of Gen. Harrison you may b any act General .
restoration lican in 1821. lIe had been the bold Go.e Ba
fa Ietioai0 of the Iulural and healthy: under my hand, and the seal party l law to "sell at public tho will in I
who the hanks
t5 outcry poor I i aware of. The Government as were in the habit of/using de-
.tem. and advocate of the War in b
of Florid this uncompromising
felllt4 objact, Dr. Sphon'sto. of the Territory I
.'UUIl Q y c&lculgttd to altaiD. The I8lh day of July, 1840. 1812. He has always been a State Rights were indebted to the State. lIe likewise I I hands of the Tariff andxlnternal Improve-jpositcs: j they silently treated those o the

thai r II I Position cannot bo controverted, and RAYMOND UEID. man of the true Jeffersonian school. In approved and signed a law, as Governor of ment party, whose interest vit,will to saddle I (Government like those of privala citn and

COa,:::rfer" with the headache become By Uie Governor: 1824 ho was run on the Crawford ticket for Indiana, restricting the right of voting to persons us with another high Tariff., Will' the South I' the Government as silently acquiesed the

*IIIIlorItio! D or the be*sooner llh- will their sufferings end J. McCAWTs, Secretary of Florida. Vice President, and was the intimate personal! worth filly acres cf land, valued at one bar this better in 1841 than in 1831? Then I |p ractice. As for many years the revenues
prsCei Oll Dr- Spbon pledges liiai July 25 52 hundred dollars. Now what and consider that 0
reputation : -- are Mr. Van l et Souther'nn pause, l the Government! were moderate, and the
54 or this fact. --- < friend of Mr. Cra\ ford. He has been elected a.plus
el at LLe Thc remedy I Middle District C Florida.: Buren's claims to the love of the ? He about their into the
tf It apothecariOi., poor they are thrusting arms |11 was wanted pa/the principal and in-
&JI Governor of New York the Republicans ofthat t
4 ity fir I Arthur M'Gill ) In Leon Superior Court by was born in and inheritedfrom I l lion's mouth and sh fid th jr limbs be' diumembered
..:::; ouroeM of "tomaeh this remeftttjid" V To November Term,1840.I State. He of poverty obscurity, ; t erest of the public debt, the amountoutbythobankzwaaconiparati leaned
: Secretary
: rn vs. was appointed .I
11. :: It! Md: invaluable; as a general Ian,i- James P. Worth. > Ass..an pili State General Jackson and received trom his parents neither distinction nor family it will b their own folly which t y small,
11 by ,
... 'PbCLLM. fainiliM.now ad"pted bymanyoflb 4* Damages $3000-Attachment for f 1384.THE him the of Minister to England. i influence. By his own industry and.honesty, has brought it B. F. PERRY. I and the profits of/the stockholders less .coo-;

tf ocIuce. Jt never sickens the, above named "flefendant, and all other appointment aided by his great ability he has risen from siderable. Bu, the of the Gor.
of the The Senate Jackson his i progress
: any unpleasant effects: iiiUrwtcd, hereby notified otb. opposed to rejected I Letter from Mr. Van
are the humble lot of his birth, to the highest of- Barn. erument its/ increased, and tha
for institution of the above pamod suit? and are hereby nomination, and he returned home, and was I I venue
us* flee within the of the American 1)
accorooany each bottle. gift people, WAXHIXOTOX, July 4, 1940. amount UD until tarnounte4"to
and the declaration I
required to appear: plead to immediately elected Vice President by the Re. b.g
Eo BPHON, M. D., fifed in the same, according the statute in such of the United States. and the proudest distinction in the world. }\ Gentlemen : I have had the honor to receive p I extin-

tr For isle -ua_,.?.. Proprietor and In"entor.1Iae case made and provided. publican General party Harrison is tariff in the P IP instead of pasting laws. to sell the poor, he' the invitation which you have 'beer I I guishneit of the public d t nearly thirty
sue. a man
20 by Dated lUis IfUh July, 1840. very voted ia the Senate of the United States to pleased to give me in Democraticcitizens .The now became
RANDOLPH & LEWIS. form. In 1819 20 he introducecResohitions I bhalrofth
worst or ,
JAMES A. IIERTHELOT.itt abolish imprisonment for debt, and he laboredlor : of the Fayette, Woodford, i1lli An extensive interest .
AK July 18 61 : in the Senate of Ohio, i instructing cunte t b 8
BDIIV IICE. years m New York to effect this object and Scotl, to present as a guest at a pub. u{ deriving from the peo.
of the wet C
the members to
.SteIdU.Ordina.ftc.P'bbit entitled .* An OrdUZU too ,NOTICE Congress procure pas. In[ the .New York Convention, be abolished he meeting and entertainment t to, be held I pie's1 money, having powerful induce?

...Wtor.i ShoP-beyer. CIOIII keeping open, 18 hereby given.that 1 shall instiloU suit in.1 lit sage of "a Tariff for the encouragement of the restriction, requiring a qualification of them at the White Sulphur Springiin b g ; mcnis so. t a upon the Gownmect as to
eS JIri128.b4 1840.s! eD Ibo'Sabbath daj' r1,," County and Caurt executed of: Leon&..0'me county. bjF.JdiflaJd_, upon mort.Le Domestic Manufactures," and to ".top and the inundation Internal Iraprovemonts oforeign -I. $250 to vote for a Senator, and extended the county, Kentucky, co the .llth Instant / increase source ac of,their ,i. :Their

Ill. Be it ordained, by tbo Intecdaut aDd haLo upo. Lot NP. fort.three{ in tho Fot lib merchandize." He'also voted,'in the pr.vilege to all who paid taxes, worked on tbe Truly grateful for this mark ofthpir respect idece, .f directly :

---dae As City of TeJIahMsce,That from a nd half of the County foanor..eUn: l Ilud. tItUS iii fr Resolutions for the invested roads, er.did militia duty. He was opposedto and kindness, I: can but regret that iny'publiduties t prevent tho of.thar:public debt?

*g* .f tb. ofdinai ce, fell bar-foomk, -I"iar and HiDr in Leon county; pd that I.ci same capital jo free negroes exercising this right,. unless will permit me t expressly.gratefulness : then, inebrtz, through,the U pubfie
be from taxation ort
tr a&i.b4Imlg ,.. to 1aw. for the reci.mzr. uComortgage. lid manufacture to exempt by; no "
Care p.cordiiig
ud all other .pU apply. : they owned a freehold worth $250whicbright face to face. / and ia secure
'It... : ieh tn'iriioua vinous petiLioa filed this day. the State. In 1828, he voted freely and vol. pr ate I
or upon
Dvuora ar they already enjoyed under the ci d That been fort naWsta to secure o leading of
___ & 11I.1Ib.deeme4i .. Dcliuled ,uoetsth, 1840. CflULES, ,B E KsrEIN.tle'7' ntarily (or the "Bill of abominatioM.w Mr.Van bav a men i authority,
tIai.: tbibitaos apoeiW ia UM ordinance < '48' w .' '"' Buren ha* always beefl' adverse to the Constitution. The Federalists of.New'Yorkproposed .tbe'entire! approbation of the'Democracy ol' to procure a.. prolangatioa of chartered

'w,1 IS&mt"d"* 1. ,0 far u relate*to tbe, -Th. Ten Dollars HeWard. '. 'nffpolicy,and made a most powerful esteodi g' the right of suffrage I to Kentucky: that they loottipon me a"true,, privileges; and finally jp panic And

....t..r ': $or 'IDoa liqiorLbe ,tlae ob 5riber,r;..diBjroetr; high r free negroests.wel1 as white persons. This ?' the Constitution of,die UnitedStateI, inflicted upon the wfcb tbd,pf
) &'C flANAWTrom at in 1827 'u.
1b and elaborate speech Albany, : o
{ ocd4n.d ( &
-u" Tfcattasmemlsf Mr. Van Buren opposedThe restriction (hO 'd advocate, of,their the,
: "poled (01 ...... A&ican named Aleck, NII 'the "Bill of abominations, xrhidj I representative con aC. tGm
s ofUus or. Ju1 .,&a old Negro, against which be laid L"
....... : & for .SoI.Liout at LM DfeU- .. I. Dupont"cf T .. wul&rq( TT. Harmed the'Tariff'( 'men so. much, that the on free negroes bat literally principles = olc f te,al-ut: t
ie as JUt ; driven them from the polls. tv.: .., r(5oy pccu. people, By ,
ad..t.I E '
.. mi toiS s- rfSSff'iSf; Legislature) 'of Neir York instructed him toroS :
1. 1WaL. -uwr.184ON..t. l Tb above "* '.IU rarIfof1828. This MaiIbe Gen. Harrison'. friend'bave*nru.t.tpubliah l W ea iiiiitk.,... >tfJtZ;! : .fromj* great ,inst tk>at 'nawy
tte .
I for
.f A.TBOWJIIIro i estaikvav Wt" lb. TerTtTVEfld all aoAdJrw ,BBUing,forth tbeirpriaci: b.t" ;: et' aaiqrof ;'t-
"iaci. I-_ ,... paW by _., do1y.'" t.o qie ia Tdlalf.J r.. advocate)of'tbe right of instruction, 1 but.Lida plet! They bare !' \ and : t Slat anti .h. it J
: gnit' tnaetiop, ea. ?, its
& power.
lat',18".w \ july25 52 .JOHN.a., 1J.OY 1 be did most reluctantly and.. pajnfull3I. P. .1 i

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the saw'miIii.. This invention 1' will a reply as I could have wished, and will now 5. ,Mr. Calhoun.gave his"1fcbnnation from I TIlE( L&Lii- F. -
Hon. distance to
fore* which the boldest' might tear, and that no expense has been spared by to be brief. Indeed, were it:not authority which, as subsequent letters of,the PLORIUN
enable the of such lands to trasport compel me .
in the owners .
V 4 .*RnOf i fc elf( rolt in the contest of the lastlfw3ears. the ,East India Company! purchase nearest that haS been shed into .an unexpected same gentleman to the Globe and Intelligen. TA
: the point name p
borders arid to my
realize the object of the plank
&c. grand
?! ? tint t'i e intelligence and virtuo of machinery te branded with cer I correctly inferred to be General HASSEE'FLRIDA
t. ". : and ,this novel interesting enterprise." We understand of navigation, and by it they cansucceisfuUycompete notoriety, and by many prove :
: : j o'hli1.'e 1 ,0-mphed over art, panic Harrison.
j (
: of lum. odium I should decline saying thing upon -
this ',that Captain Bayles is now in this with other manufacturers any 8a1naT,
( : r1ntc, and : ic 3ct of deliverance is information connected with the subject which has led to so frequent reference Very respectfully, .. la
town collecting I
T ""''T.ir.'Ir'':" .a\1m: j. ber.It ABEL BROWN.Mr.
rkistness.of the coun. the object of his mission, and that he feels is called an "Improved Pit-Sawing and to me. FOR PRESIDENT OF U. I
; '' > *?a thai the that the fact of B. F. HALLXTT. TE
into lumber You be my
and Machine for logs must awaro
bo disturbed by the strug"V the utmost confidence in i is( speedy complete Slitting sawing SAT
i longer interest possessionP. success-a confidence in which we fully and boards._ answering the letter of a prominent Democrat TUB STAT oy OHIO, > VANThe I
". no banking get that it be pub. M
--- a knowledge may Hamilton
County, }
participate. ,
P.: luc n""ey of of the its people use but, that that they they may will Here, then, we have all that wo fully con. _CODMurUCA TIONS. lished, will be held:up by the Whig party as Before me,the,subscriber, a Justice of the las Stargives a hily
r ottt ;
m KC: a profit in d
I. ,' ;ZQ down, contented with the use of that ftrraed by the very best authority, and the For the Flondun. an evidence of my secretly being engaged Peace.in and for said countypcrsonally org? to the recent dirc j "
w'uich legitimately belongs to them, leaving whole plan exposed, in England, now that Mr. Editor-Having, in the last numberof plotting to aid the,re-election of Mr. Van Bu- Beared. Israel Brown, jr., and being duly which, however, a me to give WIT c p"

tic;; funds of the Government to be kept and concealment is ao longer necessary. Tho your paper, called the attention of the pub. ren. I ought, therefore, to state that I never swon, says that about three months ago, he extra freshening of the picture, amuj

pended according to the letter and spirit of length of the interesting: letter from one of lie to tho fact that Southern members of Con- did vote, and, unless I am very much dcceiv.., 'was on the Ben Franklin steamboat, in company ing it in new drew. Thisaftei.thought
be otherwise a long. are openly and avowedly contacted ed, I shall never vote for him for the first office W. H. Harrison and hoard 1 newj
". it,* intelligence and firmness of our people er comment on the subject to day, but we with the Abolitionists-that they arund in this nation. On the contrary. in 1836, him say that he was an Abolitionist, and that invention of the fertile na.
# shall it. Connected with the cheek writing and signingthe I voted for William Henry Harrison for Pre. State of New agination of the editor and big
aic oqual to any emergency. They now un. return to great by jowl together, I he was certain of getting the assistant, b
[ derstand tho whole subject. They see no Anti Slavery agitation in London, also set on same letters, speaking together and advo.. sident. At this time, I aim opposed te the I York because they knew him to be an Abo- the Committee, commences with the foflo

reason why the 8t.oCkholdors.and debtors of foot by tho East India Company, it rises in. eating the same cause-having shewn you 1 election of either him or Mr. Van Buren.I litionist.: ISRAEL BKOWJr. in terrific anouncement: "Daring uturpttbi"of "

: banks: should have an exclusive privilege to to immense importance; and we call on ev- the copy of a letter from the Executive Coin.. should readily have answered the inqui. Sworn to and subscribed before me, on the power-an attempt to establish

: : make themselves rich out of the use of the every American to ponder well on this mat. mittee of those supporting the election of ries you propound bad they been made by a 1st day of June, A. D. 1840. "despotism, by exalting the a m

i public money. They see no reason why ter. We find that the agent, Capt. Bayles, Gen. Harrison, in which the name of Garlandof Whig, but tho Whig editors, so far as I have J. B. GETZETfnAHNKB, and military t

f I:' they should be taxed: to raise money for such was in Liverpool when the Brittannia left, Louisiana, Bell of Tennessee, and Bolts seen, have thought proper to assume the authenticity Justice of the Peace. "civil pwe subject the people t Un

; a purpose.. They see that its effect is to when the patentee of the improved cotton of Virginia, all Southerners, are side by side of tho statements published as minein "ctol ,a armed soldiery in the

; I build up a rich, privileged order at their exjvense .I! gin ; they were together at Forcetts large with those of Salton stall, Smi'h and Clark, a. the Boston Democratic papers, and have This is to certify, that we, the undersigned, "the United Stt" The pretext pyo

to contrel the Government,and destroy' (oundary, superintending the manufacture ofa vowed Abolitionists, I now ask the attentionof charged me with falsehood without once in. heard Israel Brown, jr. state at the time (say and for the course which this i t

i It nil equality among the people.( Seeing ull quantity of machinery, for preparing the the public to the position of Gen. Harrison quiring if my remarks were correctly report. three months ago) of Gen. Harrison's saying chg C

.J this,and that the plan for which that wtercstIt. cotton for market, and making other impor. himself this interesting subject. ed. I am thus forced to conclude that they he was an Abolitionist, and was certain of. mte bye tgt proper t adopt, b

,j$ .: has so long struggled, to the derangement of tant arragcincnts for carrying out their plan FDBLIUS. wish tho matter to rest where it is. getting the State of New York because they in a sght and can b told i t"

i, ,* the business of the country, is in palpable ofraising cotton in India on the most exton. kayo carefully examined the report of my knew him to be an Abolitionist,and we should words, without a resort to the cw wb

.4 violation of the spirit! of the Constitution, their sive scale imaginable.-N. Y. Herald. Extract from Gen. Harrison's' address to the remarks made at the late Abolition conventionin further state that we have repeatedly heard tho editor and his Committee have thought

: firmness will be equwl to every effort neces. Progress of Abolition. public in 1822. your city, as given in your letter before me, him state the same-and as to Mr. Brown's proper to fill for that purpose.

'tl\t mary to prevent its re-es'nblishment. TilE WORK OF DEATH IIEGUM Fellow Citizens :-Being called suddenly and unhesitatingly say that your report is character, we should take his word and oath The Governor, finding excitement
of Government the We don't wonder at this, when of home to attend sick family, I have but a other man's. a of
; : In the progress our many my substantially correct. I may not have used soon as (;en. Harrison's or any
I -most gratifying evidence have been furnished! these steamboats arc seen with "mock cabins" moment to answer a lew of the calumnies the exact expressions which are attributed to FRANCIS N. CARY, most alarming character prevailing in tl

!It that our people are, in intelligence, integrity,. mounted on their decks. which arc in circulation concerning me. me in your letter ; neither do 1 suppose that J. C. M'LUXE, place, connected with threats of tearing dowa

and determined resolution, equal to the tusk of Effects of Abolition Incendiaries on Nc- I am accused of being friendly to slave anyone in the convention understood me as J. C. MILLER, the office of a citizen, which h undentaadg

L self government. In that; administration] groc Steamboat Stewarts.-Atrocious attemptat ry. From my eatlicst youth to the present using the exact words of Mr. Calhoun's letter, MALCOLM MURRAY, is to b put in execution at an early hour

which has boon appropriately named "the poisoning !-A moat diabolical attemptwas moment, I have been the ardent friend of hUe but I did intend to give the sentiments of the G. W. RIDDLE, the succeeding morning, determines til o
of terror" appropriately that men of made last week to thn w hole of man liberty. At the age of eighteen, I BE. I
reign so poison letter, and of his confidential friend, Judge June 5th, 1840. hazards to it. The information
all parties now repudiate its acts, and are the passengers, (between GO and 80 in number CAME A MEMBER\ OF AN ABOLI. Morris. Your as given in the letter prevent comes
the of the Meamlxiat New York her TION SOCIETY, established at Richmond; report TQ WILLIAM P. DUVAL ESQ.A .- to him late in the evening, and i i
prompt to redress, so far as they can, ,) on trip : before me, docs the sentiments whichI nit
I "wrongs it inflicted, the force of statute law, from Ciucinnalti to Pittsburg. .the object of which was to ameliorate the intended to utter express, and which I have no doubtI letter addressed by you, William Wyatt, if any thing is to be done by way of preven.

$ and the arm of the Judiciary, were called into It appears that a warm discussion on the condition of slaves, and procure their freedom did utter that occasion. D. F. Wilson, '1'. Bczcau, A. M. Gatiin, L. tion, it must b done promptly and immedi

f aid the influence of the Executive and the. subject of Abolition had been carried on during by every legal means. My venerable friend, Permit upon in addition to state a few facts II. Bryant, W. W. Taylor, to which has ately. A troop of volunteers being in the
me, ,
I J .ndvoca. of a strong Government, in putting tho day nmong the passengers, n large Judge latch, of Clermont county, was alsoa respecting that mysterious letter: been latterly added the names of Thom neighborhood, subject to his control, consist.
1 I' <'1own the rising spirit of the people, and controlling part of whom were antuabolition men. The member of this society, and has lately) given Brown and J. B. Bull, as a Committee of

t-t. the current of public opinion;! but all steward of the boat being unwell, employed a me a certificate that 1 was one. The obligations 1. The reason why the letter was zer Uen.- the citizens of Tallahassee, and another one, ing of about 40 men, they are seat for, and

I I lr!; <5o combined powers were exerted In vain.Tiie black man to bake the bread for .supper. Immediately which I then came under, I have The Hampden County Abolition Society, at dated August 10, 1840, to the President of are placed near his house, in a retired part o

; Sampson of Democracy burst the cords after eating it, the passengers were faithfully performed.' its annual meeting on the 24th of Jan. 1840, tho United States, have but a short time the city, where they remained until dihr.

which were already bound around its limbs, taken sick ithomiting, &c. The black "W TM. II. HARRISON." passed a resolution declaring that no Aboli. since attracted my attention. ed. On the day of their arrival, (te 4ta),

a and the election of'Mr. JefFerson vindicated man was immediately examined\vho acknow. tionist can give his vote for either of these I o a citizen, and have no been absent application is made to him by a Committee

its principles, its firmness, and its power. A ledged his guilt, and that be intended to have CI\CI-iNATI, Feb. 29, 1840. men for the office of President of the United : from town for some weeks past, yet am at the citizens, to know the cause of then o

web more artfully contrived, composed of a poisorcJ all the passengers. He was then Union Osiccgo Association: States, without a good evidence of a funda. the first of any public meeting of the citizens ap

high protective tariff a system of internal un.i confined to the steward's room, but in the Gentlemen-Your letter of the 31st ult., mental change in their former views and prac. appointing you or your associates as a committee pear an ce, to which a prompt reply i ,

,r' i provements, and a National Hank, was then confusion of the moment he jumped out of addressed to General Harrison, has been (tices. on this subject." to memorialize either the Governor assuring them that, as Governor of Fr

twined around the sleeping giant, in the vain the window, and it was not known whether: placed in our possession with a view to early Judge Morris attended that meeting, made or President of the Unite States. Allow he is determne to assert and mant

V Iltl I excitementsto _. _____.. ...._ .. ... .... __t__
hope subjecting him forever to the dominion he was drowned or had reached the shore. attention. This is unavoidable, in consequence two or three speeches in favor of General ances are usually party Bupnnwty- : U& 'UQJGW I. .o.ie VUIUUILIL

I I n'>d will of the ambitious and grasping few; There were two kinds of bread on the table of the very numerous letters daily re. Harrison, manifested great indignation that party heat and party violence; but I must in Tallahassee, therefore, to violate the

\: Rf\(, and you have seen how ha has scattered the and it was boon ascertained that those ccivcd by the General, and to which his replyin ministers of the gospel should venture to in. confess is the first instance in my acquaintance but to no it."

:: f. ,.r, whole? to the winds, when roused by the I who had not eaten the corn bread escaped. person is rendered absolutely impractica. terfcre with Whig politics, &c., although he of a small portion of the citizens of u i public peace, protect
for the
The remain
I M-nif: !g voice of the honest and intrepid Every allegation possible was afforded to the ble. As from his confidential committee, appeared have no objections to their oppo. respectable town assuming to act for the troops space o one

. t 1 Jackson. Again, in the triumph of the Inde. I sufferers, many:" of whom it was feared for a you will look upon this response, and if the sing Mr. Van Burcn. The resolution passed; whole in matters of deep interest-appointing day, and a then discharged, the Governor

.. peu.lent! Treasury, we witness the triumph of few days would !ot recover; none, however, policy observed by the committee should not and at the close of the meeting there was no agents to act for the citizens, and conductingthe i. receiving a assurance from the Mayor a

:. the popular intelligence and firmness over the have died. Among the' sufferers was the meet with your approbation, you will attribute small stir among some of the Whigs. Judge whole affair o if it were their own. City authorities,who had not prcvivualy interfcred .

. .! arts, arguments, appliances and alarms of the Uev. James F. Clarke,pastor of the Unitarian, the error rather to ourselves and his im. Morris seemed particularly irritated; and sev. Now, we ask you, when your appointment that there was no necessity fo their

t f; interested; few, who desire to enrich them. Church at Louisville, who lay one or two mediate advisers, than to General Harrison. eral of us, who were active in procuring the was made, and how, and where, and by And that the public would

t;i ; eeives;: by the use of the public money--an- da\s sick at Pittbburg, from the effects of the That policy is : that the General make no passage of the resolution, were denounced as I whom 1 were the citizens notified by adver. remaining peace

other and most gratifying evidence that the poison, but has since recovered and resumedhis further declarations of his principle for the ," political jugglers," as persons who prostituted tisement to attend ? was the Mayor\ there, b maintained by the citizens.

,1-: pcopU'! when' aroused, are competent to main- journey.The i public eye, whilst occupying his present posi. the sacred office of the ministry for the and did be direct it ? and \i. were* your This t the history, in concise terms,of the

ain:: any just principle, and correct any abuse,: above took place near ,Marietta. tion. Such a course has been adopted, not purpose of promoting the election of Martin ; Chairman and Secretary? all know a transaction which forms the basis of the inflammatory .

r; ;,ow e\vr: sanctioned by precedent, or sustain. Portions of the corn bread have beet: broughtto for purpose of concealment, nor to avoid all Van Duren.I I meeting of the citizens was had at the courthouse appeal of ouropponents; and w

f ;d by wealth.O.i this city to be analy zed.-Cincin. Chron. proper responsibility ; but under the impression I Judge Moris was quite busy with certain i Wednesday of last week, whichwas have there was occasion rather

-'I... !these evidences. of popular intelligence! l that the General's views, in regard to all Abolitionists them General Harrison attended by several of your committee, woul thought
.. I assuring
J -------- 1----- n 'thitcL 8li rilNt6 fl( '1nfr1kV ; f. ll 0 i I I -_.- a'-. ..!... ._,II. ti, -,._L.U .u_ .1. r.._.j.j ".I whom there of rejoicing, o the part of every citizen,thata
1'i well faith that all which :have C ,
1 grounded means 1 Eiereto1reLccngiventoth
'' ship Ariadne, had a keeper to whom he was du'V. public, t than Mr. Van Burcn. Whether Judge Moris were about one hundred persons present. crisis, big with such fatal consequences to
:. V
t i used to mislead or intimidate the i i'j. and explicitly and that those views,
peo.i..w much attached; the keeper got drunk one fully ; ;, or some other person, wrote to Mr. Calhoun This meeting was advertised some days previously the peace and welfare of our community,bad
hereafter of theirs
into surrender
or a connected with constitutional other
: j whether
: .. day, and as the captain never forgave the o concerning the proceedings of the meet. and known to all. Now we ask passed without injury to that the Governor .
tion and their liberties, will, as they of interest have any;
4 i crime the question very general whether he received if these were in agitation at
keeper was ordered to be flogged I ing, or his information you proceedings
-i-t j t. r done, meet with a signal and with. ; cbauge. The commilteo are for a movement attended with such bap-
i the grating was rigged on tho main deck, undergone no I through tho Springfield Gazette, or by both this time, why were they not submitted to
-> tGlf?: '"i: ;,:<]. strengthened in regard to the propriety of this this and of the citi. happy results, should hare the approbation -
I opposite tho Prince's den, a large barred those channels, I am unable to say ; but from meeting, the approbation rccie
t f am. <'1 1 li-'unen: : with thanks for the friendly i, up policy, that no new issue be made to the pub. rather than the of the
,' .. place, the pillars large and cased with iron. one or both those sources Mr.\ Calhoun did zens obtained to your letters ? Why this censure
I: 1 iMv. VMcl. yuliaveindividua1ly perform.i'1 When the keeper began to strip, Prince rosegloomily lic, from the consideration that the National receive his information. I am positive of concealment, this advantage, if the purposebe community. Such would, we have nodoubt,
1 1 : '? t i4f :: ignedtoyoii. very respectfully from his couch and Convention, deemed it i impolitic, at the then this, because the of that fair and upright and ? Why was witness
t ',vI fiteij ,-" d l obvdiont scrva-it, got as near to declaration of proceedings meeting hone b the sentiments of ever man who
It I M. VAN Bl'RKN' I I his friend as possible; on beholding his bare crisis to publish any general and were not published in any Abolition paper, this letter to the President secretly prepare ed the occurrences of last year, when oar
: j back, he walked hastily round the den, and the views of the great Opposition; part; until after or about the dato of Mr. Calhouu's and withheld from view of the 1ltizens on I Ii .
; .J.'J'* J.t.! :M.\ ;:Hd alla,T. M. Hickey, peaceful city was paraded, day after day, by
the un.
I when he saw the boastwain inflict the first certainly policy at the present remains letter. I think it is plain, Mr. Calhoun did i who authority it was to be given to the

fr -:. T/i4r" : ?!ui G.V.. Johuson, Esqrs. lash, his eyes sparkled with fire, and his altered. In the mean time, wo cannot hrJp write that letter to allay any opposition to I world, unti its publication in the Star ? Were two armed bodies of men, in constant expectation .
.m'nl: I
t! ---- sides resounded with the strong and quick expressing( that our friends every where will !fjJcneral Harrison which might arise in con. you to trust others than yourseheswith immediate rencontre, t the terror(

t IN tow YORK July, 23.: beati Igs of his tail; at last t, when the blood receive the nomination of General Harrison sequence of the resolution above specified. it, or allow them a participation in the the peaceful inhabitants, of wonen and chfldrrn -

( r: P\\'ft; <; ionEME OF THE EAST began to flow from the unfortunate man's with something akin to generous confidence. Tfc letter dee 1 and without the slightest effort 0 the

.,Jt'.A:1: .-"fUE Ct'LTlVATIpX! OF back, and the: "clotted cats" jerked their gory When we reflect upon the distinguished in- 2. the precise itself.-I language shall of not the attemptto letter. your (ommteeas never appointed part of the Executive to arrest and prevent it.
: knots close the lion's telligence oftlH nominating conventi' u-how the citizens the individu.
to den his by ,
t tiMfli! UDR TilE : i fury became
ably all interests :represented in that There is in it an acknowledgement that the But it is not in the spirit of party to allow anything
*-- tremendous ho roared with: were als it. One of them Mr.
voice composing
: t (ii AXXKICATC.: will be rcmemec ; a of thunder Bryant,
body, we certainly have that writer (Mr. Calhoun) had received intbrma however meritorious, on the part of an
a high
: j that we were the first journal to give shook the fitr; <),1g bars of his prison, as if guaranty is from Madison county ; and we are not a.
: jiico of! the movements of the East India they had bce-i osiers, and finding his efforts to should General Harrison be the successful (tion respecting certain resolutions passed by ware that the place is so badly off as to b'' officer, to pass without cavil and objection; i

.. break loose he candidate for the Presidency, that office will the Hampden County Abolition Society pouch;. driven abroad for is of the tricks of trade make the
t .mnbany: by means of their agent, Capt. unavailing, rolled and shriekedin a seection. Why were one ,t m
be and ing the views and of
''j\io3.. m the southern, states, in relation: to a manner the most terrific that it is possible happily constitutionally administered, pro.slavery \ practices Messrs. Bezeau, Taylor on added to out of the least political capita! Witness

cotton pluming.& Several Journals attempt to conceit The captain, fearing that he and under the guidance of the same principles Harrison. The writer thought they were the committee ? According to your documents tho mighty effort to produce impression'
which directed Jeffer. uncalled for at the time. lie said a
cd to throw discredit to our statements at the might break loose, ordered the marines to load Washington, present they arc the accusers of the Governor, of land
f r and ,to doubt the design and the mug. and pre"it at Prii-ce; this threat redoubledhis son, and. Madison.! Believing you will concur General Harrison joined an Emancipation and should not have occupied the place of that the Constitution and laws th
with us in the propriety of the policy Society"-emancipatioll( was the word, in. have been violated and the rights of peaceful
nitm6e' Af the intentions of that company as'we rage, and at last the captain! desired the committee-men. The result of this whole

pointed them out. We presume that all keeper to be clst off and go to his friend. It adopted, We have pleasure in subscribing stead of Abolition, as some of the papers I afluir is, that the thing was not 1 straightforward citizens invaded. Now we call upon these

(l'>ubt on the subject will erase when the is impossible' to describe the joy evinced by eurselves Your friends, have had it-at the age of 18 years or that business, but gut.up for effect, for political gentlemen to how,the law or clause of the

iullowing important paragraph from the the lion ; he licked with care the mangled and DAVID GWYXNE, the General had been a member of an cnian. I effect, in which it would not do to trust Constitution, which prohibits the Governor

; .UanclwstuGisardian"attentively read :- bleeding back of the treated J. C. WEIGHT. cipation society since he was eighteen yearsof the
cruelly seaman, plain straightforward good sense ef the from the he for the prcvnntinn -
O. i age. For this reason, Mr. Calhoun wrote using power
caressed him M. SAE CEK.
CULTIVATION CotTON with his which citizens. ps
OF IN THE EAST paws he folded t
round the H. E. Spencer Cor. Sec'y. he (Gen. Harrison felt bound. to do all he i violence. and The Governor -
biDiE We if I -- ---- --- .
are glad to find that the East keeper as to defy nny ono renewing Objections might probably be found by
India the of a similar treatment and it In regard to this committee, Gen. Harrisonuses could legally for the cause of neiptinand charged with of the
Company are prosecuting design was on. if early recollections were appealed i th exeut
'4 improving cuitnraitea of cotton in theirterritories ly after several hours that Prince would al. the following language : certainly could not havo labored to ex. yourself, of the committee. You were laws; with the preservation of the peace;the

with a vigour commensurate ith low the keeper to quit his protection and return ** I requested the committee, through itschalnnan tend slavery. Tho whole tenor of the letter( for years the Executive the Territory protection each and every citizen. Fort

the importance, of the object which they have among those who had BO illusod him.Milrtin'6 .- Major Gwynnc, to give the infor. was calculated to allay the (cars of those and many whilst filling that o, com. o Cornraander-in-Chicf of 1!
your be ia
mation sought for, in some of the Abolitionists who confided i in the and reason a
British numerous integrity
in view. We mentioned few Colonies.
'r : a days ago, plaints against this individual were loud and of lhimportaat
the arrival several individuals from the U. letters I received, in relation to my political discernment of Mr. Calhoun, and thereby the forces. Now, i the discharge
'.. Valuable Inemion.-h is stated in the opinions, and events in life. This I lead them to vote for General Harrison. In repeated. You stt he had given you more he not bound t wait
my past duly, .
States with
and other
-caw gins machinery New York Star that Col. James trouble than men in the Territory to. i
Hamilton, was to be done by sending to tho writers of conclusion, there waj pennission to use the al
for the of and until act of violence
cleansing cctton; we now copy one of the Vice President of gether. He understood to have some open coo
American letter
those letters the documents which containedthe as Judge Morris should fit with the prefere
see ,
; 4 'the following paragraph on the subject from Institute, a mechanic of great ingenuity, and information they sought. He wtsj also, exception of putting it in the charges against you ; and yet we you, lay by until a open display i md
4 the Alias: "Captain Bayles, of the 52d Mad.TU of a most praiseworthy industry; has just complelcd authorized the identical papers.I now no longer Executive, united with this No,the secret strength of safety i to
in cases where further opinions myself saw letter-I heard it a
N. I. whom the Hon. E. [I. C.
: depute and patented "aw.l1il/ same man in the honorable employment of as. *
a ncw asked for read and have in found in dange1'
were determination ,
,ed to state my to mv possession evidence in b a preparation
to America for the of inquires
4.; purpose! Its cliirf recommendation is its great him- give no other pledges of what I would or writing, under Judge Morris' own hand, that sailing your successor. meeting it the face promptly and decide*
the in that
regarding system adopted plicity and cheapness of con8:ruction. It is would not do, if should bo elected to the he did read to me such a letter. The forego. Without further pursuing the authority un. done i in this instance. A du* of
;. -country in the culture of cotton, has returned believed! (hat (ho cost of making one of the Presidency.; ing facts cannot be denied. and for full der which you have presumed to act, let us at I ly, aa was and the

to London, having accomplished the objects of! larger classes will not exceed two hundred ification I call a ver. onco turn to your course in this affair. You prevention i worth two of core ; i

his mission. The American plan, in its etabontte .: dollars. With trifling expense it can be re. LOUISVILLE-Ky. Calhoun, \ upon Judgo Morris, or Mr. have been for more than tea years the ChiefMagistrate Governor had been less J upon the
1840. the viiat
detail, is infinitely superior tho Indian I Icompanati..eJy April 12, publish letter, and let it speak
I moved, and re-established in where of lids Territory, and no one b.
any spot clltlemcnEnrly on the 10th of April for itself. alert, consequences KwheV
{ ) primitive one, and very ex.tensive .1 tho ground is tolerably even. In short, it can instant called knows better than yourself the delicate, Tb*t .
at ihc per.
is i we residence of General 3. The person to w\om! the letter writtcn. : yond the power of reparation. t
advantage accordingly anticipated was
be taken into the midst of a forest, and William ploxing and embarrassing duties of office ofthis
fullyset Harrison
Henry at North Bend, O. h written th ; the attention
by its introduction into India. In the event was to lion. O. B. Mor. I was a state of things worthy
at work with no claim
few one
America shall thus in due a hours of preparation. When we entered the house we were inform. ris, an acting judge in Hampden greater to or rive great tate1nfltiSStar
ofwar with we : the t
Again, it can be used with kind of ed that the General county, a er indulgence and support officer, we appeal to
any : but in
power was
t lime independent of that countryfor a supply but constitutes indisposed ; professed Christian, and regular member of. citizens than did the best evidcnce; and we 0'
what knew itself
another, and ono of its something less than an hour, he made his: the you : you the excitable a
of of extensive' ap. Congregational church a man for,whose *
a staple commodity ; *
very best '
I recommendations, IH, that it can: be suc. pearance. Afier the usual salutations were word his friends claim kind 1 state of this community ; save the agita. wish to ask these gentlemen whether* *
t uulity, and productive of no inconsiderable a of sanctity
cessfully used by manual labor. ; I tion and excitement that which"
occurred, .r
exchanged of the William you fatal had
pioGu Great credit .is due to the indofati. It will one undersigned ( a man of great and extensive influence ; a mu consequences
invaluable have that
I prove the construction seen a spark artfully bkodsheottf
Chambers) handed General Harrison 'a letter man who professes to be apple dreaded all of riot tumult,
guttle officer,through whose unwearied zeal of rail road*. It can be moved to I an Abolitionist, who elements of combustion work by ,
keep angry
addressed ,
J acvte observation this national benefit is peace to him by the Democratic Ceutral publicly avowed himself such in the would then bare I
t nn with the daily wants of the road, Horop- would have produced an attended the like, they Do b
sawing Committee
any of Kentucky, on the subject of den eploo
about to accrue. Independent of the efficient County Abolition Society, holden at oaeffH
kind lumber wanted in the with loud in censure of Goer a
making of it imaginationdreads
Abolition. tb
; He received it, perused it-turn. the conuence t
manner ia which he us the im Springfield, on evening of the 24th of
and of
w so simple a construction that scar. ed back and upon-a of things b. to the wanting .
rn'f.J' liate,objects! of his embassy, he baa in the instruction is re.examined parts of it ; ex. January, 1840 ; a man, in short, who, above volving dwel cr a i
of bis ravels in cely any necessary to enable pressed astonishment that his opinions, so re. all others in Hampden could would notonly our rptn.a home and whether the whole *u w l
course America, collected at common laborers te work it. Another strik. county, abroad;but citi i f
peatedly expressed, were not kuown to those and did, best use" the th lYC our have been hid
letter for the to i.it
considerable risk from the incle.tr.wxciescfa a
personal ,
feature of i its usefulness is purpose Now h
ing that the logs i. gentlemen, and said that nothiag could induce for which it was clearly designed. zens. we appeal you say what sup
climate whether
BOtrkabl/ unhealthy to be sawed are not elevated much above the him to has.been your course ; we ask you to reviewit ; they t
; ai/d sojourn* into Countries where the answer such interrogatories, coming 4. The ue made of the fetfer.-The letter I for' this vi ,
pro. letel! of the ground; and 'the saw from either friends !H for we revolt: the undertaking. not
t';-Oion of the law is,as H twe, nonunis umbra 'hrough the instead of the passes or foes. was shown to those persons opposed to slavery younelf Duval should a have done anticpD& d appealed 1 th!
log, Jog moving a. In a subsequent con venation he referredto is being ,
whom .
it would
c. CSESS cf valssJUo. to/bnaatton to unswer to show ar
/ connected such '
nglhe saw. This is a very great and im. opinions heretofore him but not difficult to declare. A man of age and of troops in the neighborhood the be*,
vrhh tfaeetuMtiaeofeoliM cultivation whichftiljr.pKnreafrait expressed by a letter, and especially to those who, could
portant improvement. It saves all that vast made no further to the letter of the peace, having a de stake andinterest in the the tfcteijcoptions
C1ulSi( "alue and im.poJJa response make use of its information to influence oth. averting Wo'k
of dgr.
labor of hoisting heavy logi and Central preservation city, in the
up adjusting Committee.
: M the era. Judge Morns showed the pace'of.tbe has ,to
tJuroudi organization of the me letter for t. '
honor and welfare ef
them to them to their t he ahopidhave bn
which ,
r aboct he proper place; by Very respectfully, yours, &c., | the 1 1"the \ '
t express have
c. cii'u.od.tbrougbout WIux'.t I purpose convincing me that I used his influence and they br
the usual mode is slow and expensive and to .the trou octhi for butb1
'"* ,.---D& WX. CHAXBKBS, ought to support tho claims of General Harri. amt G ,
r minions of the
it also saves one half of the usual waves-to heal the angry' vile vcr .
'JL roe\ &!-- 'ezpotUo* of dae vim about space re.qu4'ed c. VAN' BUIKIU. son.for the Presidency. ,While in Hampden ble be ep led
in the common way ,to cut up a log To the Dem. Central Com. jarring of the citizens-to reconcile their r should they, aa,well a o.r
# b# 'punqMdbrCapt&ui Bayiee pouldoeeu.7yfc : of Ky. county, I very frequently heard of what Mr. dlfferenceto and n
<, taodiof it to. Calhoun had written home, and I have promote harmony good ? 'a tb emplyeill iI
1 otirapftc eue4 I tollY, : no order. thus he Itrp
There Acting have
districts of wide been
are our ,
spread :
,1 many NoaTu.urFr01'f' MASS. June
30,1840. doubt that the substance
that.erperieacoi Aawirij planter bay.gybiaa of the letter ferent one company
i'e:1: 1proc.e1e> India,:to !country,where; the face- out b flat,,and where Sir;-Your letter, of the 19th instant, is made use of for the.purpose of securing was the hailed as I benefactor would and his services in this I ject to ,the ter orders of. 'tie, Got o 1, a:
timber abounds of the. best but glorious cause have been -
quantity, before
.': -Jill t, u4. 4,* nalivts $ and I. .. S valueless?very fcec&usp ofthe great, fesoa )have me. prevented Duties consequent..mv.giving to iso my early pro. votes. of, the. Abolitiomjts for General Harri.on. and'appealed to in.after limei as traur up I ployed. These troop are our oW3 th

worthy of imitation. expt our service t pre'u against a
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such have auendcd the demise of the late times in life :i J.'
the or- as my continued he, "have 1 been .I RETURN OF VOTES -- I -

foe superior officer, BO far from beingjDla1ted Bank. Our present course tend to a system saved by soldiers and officers throwing them. For CoL of 1 A Regimens Florid Militia. faPWa aalslVSTRAYED BeDan .- .. : bEr
derS of a substantial and safe than the one which selves before .
more pe when I was in the most im. or BTOLl 'i" IM'ttbecriUr,
should receive t n
for it, they commen. has broken down, and broke every thing in minent. danger. At Arcola, when I was ad. % of ta. 3d iastant, a LAKGE

,ktion and applau e. its fall. Jour. Com. rancing, Colonel Meuran, my aid-de-camp, I 8 el SORREL WAGON HORSE naia tad tall nflwr
; inclined to b* wbitat two small mark on ble hipa .
said that political threw himself .
But it is a deep JFVcm Ac Rtegk 'ilcdGrL before me, covered me with p. i b 7 the fears so other marks recollected; baa bows

was at the bottom; that a mooting of the I North Carolina Election. his body and received the wound which was pBrehaaed recently! from a gentleman from Macon,

Whip was held that day, end the troops were I We congratulate our friends on the auspicious destined for me. He feU at my feet and Tallahassee Gtwgia. The above' reward win be given for him
his blood 112 103 20 delivereJ to me at TaUahaaoee, and additional
assembled for the purpose of stifling the free t manner in which the elections have his life spouted op in my face. He gave I SL Marks, 84 1 reward for the Done and Thief.aof5 an Jw "Br
in this State.V e have a Democrat. to preserve mine. Never yet, I be 2 .
of of over awing the I opened PortLeoo BENRYNICXOLS.I No.
expression opinion, of lieve, has their been such devotion shown by. 8 31 2 B! .
ic >
and giving confidence and coun. gaia soldiers mine Ocklocknev, 10 3 1 I Cotton Press Screws it Horse Pow. -
Whigs, as have manifested for In
in Granville 1
The Commhtee ; Miccosukie, 17 7 5 6 er CasUajfs. .. C.lT .
tenance to our own partisans. 36 in Warren ; all my misfortunes, never has the soldier even I Centreville I THE subscriber who introdoeed the cast-iron THIS' MORinNG, (SATDRBAY.) .
say, "we are led inevilably to the con 250 in Edgecombe; when expiring been wanting to me-never Shell Point, 13 25 11 I Screws and Horse-Pbwer Castings in I: A112o'cluekIwilh.efltb., 01e wiaf of tbe capntul.

elusion, that it was his design to overawe Showing a clear Democratic Republicangain has man been served more faithfully by his 32 00 00 00 the aei borbood of T.U&h.uur has reed med the i !. Terms-Credit until day of March at
troops. With the last of blood Iron Foundry business in Baltimore; tad is prepared with an approved endorsed note, payable
,nd put down by a timely exhibition of force of seven hundred and sixty-nine in of their veins drop gushingout I Total, 284 158 62 17 I to furnish the cotton screws,delivered OP board Union Bank ofFI&iidl the porthaser also t fire

the first of an opposition,; three counties only. At one precinct in'Nash they exclaimed 'Vive l'Em. S I of vessels in the port of Baltimore, fur one hun I bond Co the removal of the buikhag seen
wd power, germs the first time." ; Saunders got 127 and Morehead 2 votes ; pereurFrom! "A Voice from St. Helena. The value of property destroyed by the i dred end twentT-Sfe dollars each. AI o. Carting tae books sad'papers a taken (toss the .a,
likely to be formidable for ,mob at for horse powers, all kinds of machinery' and for the removal can Ire
is Philadelphia
this the
their, aaser"Tk only return we have from jhat Pressure of the Sea.-If a piece of wood on Monday night; to. ce.
contradict I agricultural implements, at moderate prices for Tallahassee, 'E.W.D-
Now their own facts county. All this is done in the face of the which floats on the water be forced down to gether with that stolen, amounts to about Baltimore acceptances.Baltimore any.

*., very first attempt at organira- most extraordinary and unwarrantable exer. a great depth in the sea the pressurepf the eleven thousand dollars. I July 1840. JAMES MOORE. ON WEDNESDAY NEXT,

Jon made by the party opposed to Governor (ions on the part of tbe Whigs. Granvillo surrounding liquid will be so severe I hat a I It b reported that on the night of Fanny .tZ1' Fur the utility and good work of the machines 9th instant,at 11 o'cl I will sell ia(root of m.

.was made on the third of August, and that was flooded with handbills grossly misrep. quantity of water will be forced into the pores Elssler's benefit in Baltimore, the horses were li. Eq., refer to Col. U. W. Braden 8 and 2 Jesse 3 Wil- auction rom,

".W evening, the Governor's expresses resenting the views of the President qf the of t the wood, and so increase its weight that taken out of her carriage, and she was drag. aug 1 coils R', Bread,
&C. is the Ian. United States and (he opinions of Mr. Shep. it will no longer capable of ged home human List Of Letters remaining in the Post Of-
-were sent for tho troops, floating or rising by beings calling themselvesmen at Tallahassee, on the 1st August-if not 2000 lb.. Sides.
of this Committee, in their letter to the ard, late District Attorney, on tbe subject of, on the surface. Hence, the timbers of ships taken out within three months,they will be sent to 5 bis. Prime Port

rtige sent for negro evidence, and all sorts of stories circulated that have foundered in a deep part of the the Ganeral Post Office as dead letters. 10 bis. Brown ,
the were
Goremor-90 that troops about the expenses of the President's ocean, never rise again to the surface, like Jj- We are authorized tw announce WILLIAM Armstrong Robert 2 Hill Lieut J H 2 3 doz. &cort C.

after the meeting of the Whigs and arrived house, through a lying speech of Mr. Ogle of "hose sunk near the shore. A diver D. MOSELEY, E qn and Mijor JOHN L. TAYLOR Atkinson Jesse Harrison Ignacio 3 doz. _rM ,
may At kino Moses S Hall
.the Democratic candidate to Mrs JaneHamilton
tbe day alter. How. then, wu a meeting to Pennsylvania, etc. etc. But all would not with impunity plunge to a certain depth in county of Jefferson iu tho next repre.eeentthe Legislative I Adjt. lit Infantry Marvin J 3 doz.cmm.clone Cln.B' d

be put down. that had been already held, andopiDiool do. Fellow citizens of the West Come up the sea,but there is a limit beyond which he Council. July 18. A muted'George Hart. Paul II 3 deL colored do.

ti edwbich was already expressed with your brethren of the East, to the rescue could not live under the pressure to which Ash C WBerrien Johnston MrJoarden ang. .5 EDWIN DORSET.AVCTIOMEEB .
CjWe are authorised to announce W1L-
Licut Wm D 6eabomJeffries
&nda party overawed, which bad just exercised of the Constitution, and the preservationof be M subject. For tbe same reason it is pro. I LIS ALSTON, as a candidate to represent Brilton Lieut F Paunch (lHBUnD UQ .. &ar

without interruption, their undoubted our liberties from'a vainglorious and inso- bable that there is a depth below which fishes Leon County in the next Legislative Council. Berry henry H King John HLangenheim

lent aristocracy. cannot live. They have, according to Jose. Bush Miss Sarah W ANDConilssl.u
and their -
right, of meeting, regulating own GOV EJtNOR. lin, been caught in a depth at which they MARRED, Bradley Wm Leaver Philip 8

course of action. 1840. 1836. must have sustained a pressure of eighty tons On Ihe Gill incl. by Rev.Wm.C.Leter.Mr. Elijah Burnett Thcmas Madi;.a Dr T C 'LE DAYS-Wda* J.Merel..tS. Sataitfay
Broughton Joseph McCants lion 3
i There is but one other point which, at the Saunders. Morehead. Sp't. Dudley. to each square foot of the surface of their D. Clark lo Mi" EHza L Guyton. Breed John Mountain Jonathan Joseph J 2 loe. .

S hazard of the patience of our readers, weS Edgecomb, 1450 70 1191 71 bodies. Tallahasse OnardS.You are hereby BoydGBernard McCarvcr Rev James THE i the t bee
The sta. Franklin, 636 383 564 308 -- ordered to attend Regular of E Martin George W 35 in Township 1 o No
being a Meeting the
allude to. troops Sea Corpi
Serpent.-We informed that
to are this and Wefct
wish Granville Brooks James Miller Capt D S are requested to
760 873 391 977 17th roi
iolt. half
: tioued in the suburbs of the city, and havingtheir Nash monster was seen a few days ago from Co. on Monday Evening at put 7 o'. Bry ton John! McNeill mrch the 20th instant,and settle for the a on that
00 00 00 00 clock, at Maurice's Long Room. Punctual attendance
; guard at night as is their custom, hailed Warren, 705 88 673 92 i,'I I hasset. A party of five or six persons, a- i in required, as business of importance will Blockledge Burnett Thos James H Mart Malone Alexander David E ., day the property. R will.revert HACKLEY 1 the origiaal Anctkmeer.over.

Messrs. Carlton and Quayle, who were pas. In our comparisons, we go back to the j I I'I siderable mong whom experience was a sea, watched captain of his no motions incon. come before the 13jr meeting.older, ef the Lt. Commanding. Byrd J H Merryman MycajahBlawey Tanab.a 7. 1840 4t ..

and detained for a contest between and which I Brock George Daniel & New
as orderly citizens, Spaiglit Dudley J. B. KECK, Sec-etary. England ,
sing for than half Jamaica
; more an hour, during part of Bryan Thomas S Mitchum Mrs Elizabeth American .
is the sod
allowed last time the I common
to parties were fairly GiCoa
:: short lime, when they were pass. on thc question of Governor.From arrayed which time ho approached within thirty rods Land for Sale. Ball Sam! H Nims Albert S Brandy, an Madeir Malaga& Wines

f Even this we regret ; but it is such an actS of the shore. None of the parly had the AI ACRES OF MIXED LAND, tying Barry Richard Nelson Thos TObrien Havana -bil'ad doable-refined Lf Bogey

witnessed hundreds of limes, on the Wclumpka Alabama) Argui' slightest) doubt as to its nature. The head I 0 LfII one and a half mile west from tho village Butler Jacob James Brown's, Myers, and common. Spanish -
;i ii re bare Tho election of Madiaon, in Madison County Fla, to be Bryant L H Oliver Miss Sarah Ann CigarHavana No. 1 Soap,
in Coosa
ordinary parade days wthout; notice or observation. county has resulted and part of the body was exposed to view ; told on Monday, the 12th of October next at the Branch Nicholas Osgood Lieut E S Raspberry & Cote.pr, Cadl landed
i as wo had supposed that it would. Mr. that part that was seen was supposed to be fcaid village. Sold for the benefit of the heirs of Boyd Wm IIBogcrt PlLuet L M brig Luna cud for sale by &1 6

,: Not so,as we arc informed was Morris; has been triumphantly elected, even about sixty feet in length. The motion L. T. Townsend. JamesCumminvs Phill-ps: Henry S May 30. SPENGLER & LYMAN.
the case with Messrs. Wilson and L. II. though opposed} by an influential Democrat, lo be caused by lateral fins, or Ihe Termi made known on.tlio day of tale. John Prilchard Ms CarolinePebworlh Bacon Sides.

have affidavits, slating and by a Federal \ of aug 15 3 9w D. B. EWJNG, Guardian. Crump George Joseph : casks just landing from schr Urchin, and
En'aDao. given 'hig'ho received all the movement the tail under water, and not Chairs Mrs A M 3 Penny Capt Henry I 30
I for sale
'I their arrest; who do not stale that they were benefit of a vigorous and concerted action on by undulations of the body as in .the land Notice. Citron James M Pitman Edward U july 4 by SPENGLER LYMAX.

business, and who are charged with the part of his party. The following is tile snakes. The bumps on the back were observed WILL be sold on Tuesday, 25th instant, at 12 Campbell John Quail Samuel I
; there on state of the polls in Coosa ceunly: as they have been described at Camp Oliver, one Hone, Brdle: Carr David Quintock James Flour, Sugar and Coffee
having gone there for other than proper pur. Senate Hall by pre. and Saddle,-'he property of the lato Thomas Corbel George Rozabuck W binding from the schooner Urchia, and for
520 vious
Martin witnesses.
: 127. We have
; Ihis informationfrom
there having Horn, deceased; on a credit unlit tbe lit day of' Coyort Jesse Randall Dr Berton by
poses not living near any Representative: Morris 364; Dawson 173; a source.removed from suspicion of January next. B. T HAGAN. Adm r. Crane Joe C Reueken II H July 4 SPENGLER & LYMAIT.

of business in that quarter. Colcp.r OSfl._ n1QF.r..nfl... .. 'Lf ._____..__ D-__ Aug 15 3 2t Star rqTakea. Jallaghan Thoa Roach Spencer
, matter ------ ---- .u.'-I" VI ii r.JlIOu.-DQ.I1an { copy] aad New Orleans
had determined to In Antagua, the Elections have Advertiser.Strawberries.. Chadwick Cw Rider Wm Qpl P.
I For our own part, we terminatedas -For which tbo highest pia
Up, Conner Hugh 0 Rhodes John II
Ihis affair as a domestic one; the more was expected. Owing; to divisions amongour Daniel l Abraham will b by SPENGLER. & LYN.
treat -Many serve up it raw berries the 11th inatanUftt plantation' of Gra.Whitfield. Randolph David p
friends, the Whigs have been able to run ON Diner Peter Roney James JUD 4
M as we were in a degree personally implicated with cream and sugar, but give us the three miles North of Tallahassee -
in one representative. We have elected SORREL HORSE, with white hill awkins Ephraim Spaldiog Major Cbarleston aad
one Italian for a tripe on Gr
from the violence of dressing a strawberry before all New V.r
i rcsul ng party Mr. Davis. We have elected! our Sheriff fte and face, blind iu Dna eye throe wltite feet Dewey Jod Smith John Wantcd-For wl t
fctlingand about which our reputation and also, even though he others. It makes splendid dish for a detf.1 and shod before. The horse had on. whoa taken Daw son Charles L Sumpter John L highest premium will S bo paid.
was opposed by as com. scrlandis sure to please nine of of Duval J P Small wood Mrs 5SPENGLER LYMAN.
out len np.an old saddle, and blanket. Tbe owner w re- Nancy june I
and our own good sense, would photo a Harrisouile is in the State
interests as one who Drab[ Edwin A
; every persons at table. The operation is simple. quested to call, pay charges,and take him away Swasey Isaac N Bacon, Lard,
have dictated silence. The hope of em. i refused to tell his politics, and who, of course, Take off the stalks from berries lug 15. 3 2 (gjjell Henry 3 Smith Mrs Eliza A Flour landing BolaMe
as fro
many t
I dr
of received the Whig support! Hall is elected )ewp0ey Jeremiah Shirer A Augustus Pacific,and for sale
till quiet peaceful will form of Dollar Reward.
broiling as one layer at the bottom a Twenty DuboM Robert Sawyer Muses K 2 .
from this Dist
rict. May SPENGLER.
The k
tbe country in our broil*, or gelling sympathy polls show dish,and sift some fine sugar over them ; each RAN AW AY from the subscriber residing in ETeritt Jesse S2 Stephe ou Charles 3 CXA1
a Democratic majority of about 200 in old layer will be found smaller than the county, a very likely MULATTO Iveritt Stephen K Snetl II VSutherland If O Tl CE.
abroad, is rather too distant uud fee. Aulagua; which we predict will be increased When there five six prece. GIKL.rfairwd I Francisaged aboul 18; says, when Eagerly S W Dr. DURING my absence from toe Tei
We to [prompt'[our exertions in obtaining to 300 in ihe electoral election. The follow. ding. are or layers, cut questioned, hat she belongs to Mr. Fisher. She I Eaton Lyman SoperS V A. Drakeand Daniel M9Rnr a
a fresh lemon, and tho j juice over has been for time in the James njy attorizcd
squeeze of Edward
is some neighborhood 'Jym Twely arnl
the result of
it. No rest assured, gentlemen of the ing Ihe polls in Ibis
; county: them. Before they arc helped, let them be Tallahassee, and is supposed yet to be about th e Fleming John Trrmberly C L my al.1 J.1:1. UNN.

committee, you will be compelled lo fight Senate : Mariiu 416; Hall 588. gently disturbed, that they may have the ben. same place.' The above reward will be paid fur her "orylh llobt Taylor Edward Mislaid,

'.ur owu battles ; and the only satisfaction Representatives: Davis 517; Shannon 352; cut of the lemon juice and They apprehension, ami all reasonable ejp nseft, if de- Fields John Taylor Major Jobu.SFlccdlander NOTE L hao for twenty-two dollars given
Jackson 336; Dosseter 50i(;; Kirkland 432. sugar. l lurerod to A. E. Harris at Tallibasuscc, or to A Tradcwell Dr Wm :2 A by George Young the Subscriber
.iiich every well-wisher to his country will Our friends have been beaten in Montgomery may be eaten of heartily without danger, E. J. MAYS.Hickitown Fitzpatrick Col I II 3 1'radewellIrs Eliza. some time in January J.t t All persons are, dat eaatioued -

pre you in these proceedings, is to express county,; though the vole shows less which is more than can be said of strawberries Madison Co., aug 15. 3 Fairchild[ Joseph Ttague Jamcs against Hading the ad note. A lil
and cream and, generally speaking, Floyd Nicholas Ulmcr Jas AVain reward will br given to the
his that has been ; County Court of Jefferson. on returniD
delight peace preserved at yf change than Uie Whig would have
reports Grant W John M
those who have eaten them with the Italian George July 4,1840 49 JAMES C. WELLS.J .
Iii!hazard,tumult and disorder avoided, and led one lo believe. Hulchinson and Ashursl I William \Vjn ) 1 Arsnmpsif. Returnable Green Edward B Williams! Nathan
dressing will never eat thorn in any other vs. >to September termC-l'l.! ) Lieut Col John 5 Mrs >I F. S. BEATTIE
Fed. Greeu
Willey Zaddy
([ Whigs) arc elected Representatives
the of the laws asserted.A ,
majesty and way, if they can help it. Harvey Oliver. }Attachment $148 50 Jailing A M White Tbo HAS resumed the practice of Medicine in all its
over Dargan Matthews Dem.
-- ( ) The Damages $300 00 and
T Gramhug Christian Walker Mrs Eliza il tenders bis professional services
bale of new collon was brought to this difference between the highest opposing can. CBEDIT.-If youth but knew the fatal liE Defendantand all others interested will Gavin ATlunter Walker David S to the community. His office is St. Mark,

!market on Tuesday last, from the plantation didates, Hutchinson and Dargai., was 169 misery that they are entailing on themselves take notice of the institution of tbe above suit by A It Walker Isaac C at the house of S.C. Spencer. a
votes. attachment ; and will appear. ant plead thereto, Hunter Mrs Sarah II Williseon Mrs Sarah W July 18 \ [The Star will
or \. P. Craig. Esq., and sold for ten the momcnt they accept a pecuniary credit according to law. POPE & STONE, Holt G G Wiggins Michael U copy.

cents. We have heard of e\enil others of In TallajKKisa county, the Democrats have to which they are entitled, how they would __Ia_ : 15. 3 Atl'ys for Pl'ff. lerbcsl Henry Williams Henry HAVE PRIVATE. SALE.

pLanters in this vicinity: who have already also elected their representatives, and without start in their career! how pale they would BILLERS SCOtT, ) In the Counly Court of derrick Elms Wright Mr. Harriet I 30,000 feet received first quality on connmfnt.and will sell,

doubt, the large majority given to Mr. turn! how they would tremble and clasp their tx parts, > JEFFERSON. Holland Mrs Margaret Weir George F 50,000 I. Bori.bads

picked from five to len bales each. This is Daly, (Dem.) for Senator in the Dislricl com- ,I hands ILl agony al the precipice on which theyarc Peiitiou lor Dower. > September Term, 1840.mrOTlCE hearsay Isaac P Wa.Tell Dr Edward 30,000 weatherboard bj;
certainly early 1 for our staple, considering t ihe posed of TuIuKMsa! ] and Macon will elect disporting Debt i is the prolific motherof is hereby given, that a pe'ilion; will Hutchins W 2 White Miss H II 10,000 '* I' scantling;

almost I incessant ruins fur the last month past. him by 100 majorityV! cll done, old Talla- folly and crime ; it taints the course of life, dowel 1/i be in filed Ihe as lands above formerly slated owned for an by allotment John Scot'of, Hoyt luck Charleo Mr. Nancy R Wisharl Williamson David James 30,000 10,000 1. h'. joice sills and plate

rtich Las greatly I retarded the opening of poosa. We have gained 11 votes in that in all its si reams. Hence so many venal dccesxed, of said county;"flho! said lands being Hunter Lleut N W Young Wm 10 casks lime; ;

the Cotton.S __. couniy. Small asTho gain, it i id enough to politicaus It hath a small beginning, hut a known and described is the North htlfoI the South Hart Winaug bis pickled cod. 5
rerute.th Whig cry, that the people arechanging giant's growth and slreuglh. When we I West quarter-the Writ half of tbe North East 7 2 I. G. SEARCY.P. M. Feb29 3 EDWIN W. DORSEY.

Icarn that an-I Indian was killed last : ia masses over the whole country. make the monster, we make our master, who I quarter-the Went half of the North West quarter Middle District of Florida. Notice
-ihe East half of Ihe North Went and
cxkia GaJsdcn couuiy: by a lad while out The following is the sl.ile of the polls in this haunts us at all hours, and shakes his whip of the Went half of the South East quarter quarlsr, of sec- LEON COUNTY SUIEK1OR COURT. DURING my absence&from the Territory,
JUtKnanghl Ormood
deer huuliiig. A small )party of men were county: scorpions for ever in our sight. The slaves lion thirtymiz township two range four North [iN CHUCEU.] agents. JOHN LEDGERWOOD a my auIhorised -
w Senate: Daly (Dem.), 401; WashburnFed. I have no overseer so severe. Faustus, when and Ea t. POPE & STONE Between RICHARD CROOK Complainant; and HENBimA July 11,1840.
company' but at too great distance to come ( Whig) 307; Clough (Fed. Whig) 76. he signed the bond will blood, did not securea auy 15 3 4i All'ys for Pel'r. SMITH,EUZASLTU M. AKMISTEAO, JOHN 5 .
to bis assistance, and Like a chance at others B. CARROLL, and others. Defendants. L1JMBE-L1JlBEB.
Representatives: Stone (Dem.) 430Town-; doom more terrific.A BALE HOPE.
of Crows Bill filed I 11th December, 1839
the party. The trail was pursued by a dc.Hchmeat send, (Fed. Whig) 350. good .4.nswer.-A Whig, who lately 000 Coils Bale Rope daily expected from PON opening the matter to the Honorable FOR SALEIaOO LUMBER FEE, jas received

from Caj>u IJuic1 but III Lowrdes, we hear that our friends have New York, per schooner Antarctic, U ALFRED BALCH Judge of aid Court, at Cham from W lkr'l
company ; left his party and united his aid in support of will be sold low, at pritate sale to close the con
*& what nol been able to the tiers this 12th day of May.lC40, by C. S.SibleyI TAFT d.
success we have not learned. overcome Whig majorityof I he Democratic cause, being asked by a late signment. EDWIN W. DOIlStY, ___ f A 'J'L..___._. _t.i_ _Cg""...._.._1...._._ PortLeon..JuIv. AEXANDE
last Lowodca is in bank i auu a.n. S II.JUJ.Im oJu.u u. '" -- I a 11 -! :
year. deeply 15 3 No. 3, Berry Row.
he had "
The wudjril section j why changed, replied : that the complainant in sid cross bill, it appearing that
con.inues !
debt and lislens of .
yet to the syren song the there was much said about bard times low County Court of Jefferson.John the subpoena issued against said Henrietta Smith NOTICE

""""J. Scarcely a day has passed since the apostate Hunter, who will no doubt vote for I prices, and scarcity of money,aud the whole L. Taylor 1 Assompsit. Returnable :. Elizabeth M. Aruiij
ir*of July, but we have had more or less any thing in the shape of a bank, whether it''! charged on Mr. Van Buren. I have exam. vs. >to September term,1840.Samnal above named, has been returned by the fur letters of dismission .Ga. -

rain. The cotton has alspecio vault or nol. I 'W. Barronton. J Attachment for $131 34 Marshal of said Dittrict not served, said Defendants nis non of estate Elijah. W.Sweat _b
". crop has been somewhat ined into these thing, and find that it is thc above named residing out of the Jurisdiction th o 6
Damages $'00 00
In learn that Rice and Hill of said
ljured j ia Talledega, we of Mr. Van Buren that hold the T ihu and it further affidavitto lat eotmty.
consequence. The corn is first.t opponents liE Defendant and all others interested, will of Court appearing by July 51 JOHN RHODES.
lateahbough t a less (Democrats) are elected Representatives by j t puree string-that control the banks-that take notice of the institution of the above suit by the satisfaction of the Court, that the said dejcndMls t8.18
of fodder has
Lecza aued quantity about 150 majority I!I direct the trade and money of the country- attachment ; and will appear, and pead! thereto, ( above named reside out of this Territory! NOTICE

than usual. It is also said, that all the other Democratic \ under the high sounding term of the credit accovdingtolaw. POPE & STONE, and in the Slate of New York, or in the Stale of! ALL pBI are hereby f trading foe( a
We -- candidates for fficers have been 1 aug 15 3_Alt'ys for rr: Noilh Carolina : It ia Ordered by the Court that' attorney CiY.y 1 U W .P.
couuly p.er
would recommcito those who haven system. These men now have the screws he said defendants, Henrietta Smith, Elizabeth I llo t collect my wages as a Private ia CaM

heQ. ike habit of attributing every revul. elected.In upon tho people and the longer we submit the STORAGE M. Arroislead and John U.Carroll, do appear and ] ,'. Company the said .*reer of aUoraoy

OtUa trade to the measures of the Macoo, Raney Fitzpatrick is said to be tighter they will squeeze. I am determined, AT POUT LEON. answer said Cross Bill, on or before Monday, the Laving been given
,10 read thc following sensible remarks govern. elected by a small majority. therefore, to do all I can to put down the I,ANIEL. LAID, f from Magnolia will com. fifth day October, 1840,or that said Cross Bill & Hone, which proved to be .aB4. _
the and Commission Business be taken u confessed against them a certified July 18 SI JAMES WALLACE.
from the New Chambers county is raid also to have gone the Government and mea Storage ; copy .
York Journal of Commerce, a money-warring against at the above place the ensuing month and 01 this Order being published by complainant week. -
decided f posilion paper, devoted to the in. ftr the Opposition.Alabam I producing all these ills, and yet chargingthem solicits a share of public patronage. /until that day ia UM Floridian*' a newspaper from the Notice.Sobseriber

tegthe commercial and business danes on those that have no power to produce Port Leon August, 1840 g_ published it Tallahassee and proof thereof filed STOLF..N on Saturday night
I of the Clerk of this Court.A SORREL HORSE 17 hands high a
that Conceroiag the result with the
peat emporium of trade: such a stale of lhinga.-O Statesmen. NOTICE.IX Te.tft. white bind foot, with a larg.bPaIt .M hi*eheath

*J of Trade., Men are apt to be im. elections in Alabama, account are si contra Plain Directions.M M Represent me, in my WEEKS after dale, I shall apply to the true copy. G.: WELLFORD I supposed to have been taken bjr some Btgro. Any
dictory, (that we can but lillle In Rus. Hon. Judge of the information will bo thankfully received and libej.
to say County Court of Leon Clerk.
5,7 deeply with events. Butt rait said to his painter, may J6lh. 1840. 4t 5lhO
present a gentleman
port ally rewaroVd. JOUN B. GORMAN.
>a>t sell, as was expected, the whole federal ticket bounty for letters of Administration upon the Es-
jJ"B condition. trade in our country succeeded, Manham beating Johnson for the'! with a book in my hand, and reading aloud. : ate of Michael McNarron.l.te of said County, deceased. Superior Court for Leon Contaty JalyS 5t

b be of long duration. Expansions Paint my servant, also, in a corner, where Dr. R. H. BLOUNT. NoTxxsxa Tea, 1840 OP UME, and SOLU-
In 1838 AbercrombiC
lower house 143.
depressions must follow cacti other, I I| ho cannot be seen, but in such a manner that 8t. Marks, August I, 1840ltuaawuYIi ions( BaANCii WILLIAM Cjuwroao jr.,& THOMAS CHLORIDE OF SODA,for d*.
P !t of beat Crowell for the same office 180, which i CAESO. trading, &C., under the firm and
B0 terrific hear when I call him. slroying Contagion Decomposing.PesUlesOial EtSuvia.
a always, he may me III Jail. Wm. Crawford A Carson.
-ehepe to the relative fctrsngth of the two parties, style of jr. :
,M the last. Trade in as | and neutralizing strong or ofi> siT. odors;
'Peedily' our country, shows a decrease in two years of37 votes in'' New YOUK, August 1. COMMITTED to the Jail at St. Marks, two Attachment 11.318.3t-Vamage'I3.QOO.oo. fur sale by 52 RANDOLPH 1 LEWIS.
recovers from its depressions, let Oue says his name is Bob; stout rip HE defendants and all others interested, are I
them. lie EVer 10 gleat. 'I'bo languor of bu. the Whiggies. Columbus Sen.BONAPATE'I I The British Queen has just gone down and welllDld ,dark brown color says he belongs JL hereby notified of the institution of said NOTICE.

hicb now exuu the bay. Sho has on board 135 passengers. lu Julius Acclos Stuart county Georgia. suit, by attachment returnable to the Term aforesaid 1HE Subscriber request all those ndobUd to
: is the showed
result of WOUNDS.
great -Napoleon She curries out no/pecic, but some flour. A The other says his name ia Frederick spare ; and are required appear, and I plead to the JL him.on note or openaecooal,to call and .a-
great quackery in the cconorai- roe tbe marks of two woundu-one a very considerable of State stocks also tfod.larft nose dark brown color, and-says he declaration filed in said case, as the law direct tie immediately, u farther iadalfeaeo eaaaoi bo
IPi Iactor Tlte expanding policy gave deep cicatrict above the left knee, which ho amount goes dongs to Aarn Champion of Savannah,Georgia. may 16 42 3m JO. BRANCH.All.for Pl'ff. give*. All aceoanU vneeUled by the Lcd of Sflember
; .lh7but there was a and said he had received in his first campaign of out in her. The Britannia was to sail from I The said boy has a note authorizing bin to hire will bekrat ia ..
:l *, of financiers large pow. Boston to.day at 2 o'clock. She had yesterday iim >cf! out, signed by.A.Chall pluQ. Tbe owners Superior Court for Leon County.. July 25, J84U. 53 LEVI CARLTON.
who insisted that ex. Italy, and it was of so serious a nature, that NovKMica Tcaa 1840.
about 90 Three of the above are requested to
-U SliD to *be kept up as the cure the Surgeons were in doubt, whether it mightnot also sail passengers for engaged.London Liver. pay charges negroes and lake them away prove, or property they EDwAaD BftiDroao w. WILLIAM CaAwroaa jr., B1If.a-.a: .*ng1eWlrtzel sees,
The packets to-day, of Fall Gardea Booda fur isle
110 United Stales Bank, itself be ultimately necessary to amputate. lie will do dealt with according to law. and THOMAS CiAaoN, trading, &, under tbe
to Itmd pool and Uavr: Supposing that each car. HENRY LANDER Jai'er. firm and style of Wm. Craw&rd jr.1I Carson. by RANDOLPH LEWIS.
undertook wounded it ,
to choul. observed, that when be was was 'July 18 51
feeJIeness of tics ten passengers, over two hundred and St. Mark.,July 31, 11140. itt Attachment $!.. -Damage* 500000. .
10 Ita the country, to keep up always kept secret in order not to discourage leave this port and Boston in dofendanta and all others iniereutnd,are Beefewftli'c* Pfite. .
blthral and P'*' I lotion, and the soldiers. The other was on the toe fifty passengers The Taken Up THE notified of the inatitotloa of sW A SUPPLY of this ealebrmU4 ie0esy for Dy -

1\e trade IQ all departments to activity. and had been received at Eckmubi. "At a single day for Europe. Ilavrtxpacket Tallabstsoe, on the 30Ui instant a HORSE suit,by attachment returnable to the term aforesaid p.1ois warranted freeh- and ,. ,Jvt

ee wt, that the whole fabric the siege of Acre," continued he "a shell I takes about $80,000 in specie, and all three. IN Bridle and Saddle. The horse is .y"is ; and are required to appear,and plead to the received' and (or sale by
"a dateco.d time feet. Two have full freights principally of flour. two bind feet while ap la his Istlocks. The own declalatio.1ed in said case. as the law directs July 6th.1840 RANDOLPH LEWIS.
than the fell
The worse thrown by Sidney Smith at my The rate of exchange on England was cr is requested to coma (forward pay charges and may 16 42 3m JO. BRANCH. Au. for Pl'ff 8tra)c4qr. Stolen

'; I_Creat expanaio of the United .oldies who were close by, seized and close settled yesterday at 106J a 1;' on France, take him away. Apply at this office,or to FROM Port Lcoss osi oreJMitt the Irt day of
--At ted aU the other Banks.which .ly embraced me, one in trial and the other on aug I 1 J. R. ROBINSON. .pert.r Court for Leon Coun- a light Bay Pooey- *g twitch .tail 5
:Di) must of necessity be 'side and tnado of tbeir bodies 5f 27 1.2 a 6r 80. I AovRMMt.: Tian, 1840. / with a swab acne star ia taolaee gas white bled P
of CtDPf1S one a rampart PArk and Bae n. I JOHN Biases, Administrator of all aad sings tar (wot, eevea old. Tea Deflate reward Wilt bo
*** Flour yean
amount be of the shell which The Norfolk Beacon has following
mast for the effect
paid me against par. FLOUR the go. cbattcUvrrighta, aoJx credit, o. given ibr tbo Pon y..ieeliter**al PoctLeoe,-or
'ene7 can circulate apaio, or credit exploded overwhelmed us, with stand.S .- agraph-DO intimation qf the kind has reach. 20 bbla PRIME PORK James Braach deeeaaeJ. w. WILLIAM CAW Twenty Dollar fcr.Bom sod Thief. ,

tat, j, &110 1Oa04 and certain process .of S We "sunk into a whole formed by,hs bursting ed us direct from Washington, : tO casks SIDES reaD jr, sad THOMAS CAaeua tradiaf, iic, -. "WM.whiu HILDRZPiJsie.is -.'

: ;nr toing on, and bealtlf gradually one of them was wounded. -made them U We learn that a letter has been receivedin 3 do IIAM3 under the 6m and style of Wan. Crawfosd jr.i t r e
from achr.
U landing Victoria (rom"New'Or. ft Carson. _
NatiooaJ We .H have the 8timu1ul both officers. One has since lost a leg at town from Washington, which states that leans, and for sale by EDWIN W., DORSEY, Attachment $2, 4442-Damage* f 5,000.cnj -Tuken V'4 } .tclt stek,

'tIaW,- Bank suddenly applied, it MOSCOW and commanded at Vincenne drhen Mr. Poinsolt took charge of the Navy Department July 25 No. 3 Berry'. Row. tler'lul&a".' all other interested, are NEAR Gee ie ,$1 1.J.. io in. actual cab,
dotibt be instantaneotts aad that Col..Benton THE notified. '.tho tastitolioa of the aid eU L
q an relief.placing llcfk| Paris. When be was tummMl by eo Wednesday, I, .11 a t -tn.Laid. ,
!, 01114 b all thing at hazard I th W R Mina be replied, that i a.'.ooa theyeentl would enter immediately on the.duties of 10O boia Henteg, t.by cbIMQt'manaaWe to the Tern*lefo fat' long tel "4 ..-'" ;'. ,( ".- ". -
tile cbl'4reu JUST recaived! per edit. JMeph .Ikakiy, from said aad aro reqvJred to appear and plead to th* owner can have tho tP S ..- .
.would, bear bat Moscow War rtment. Mr. Paul -
IIaeti6Q or probcfely mbackthekgbehad the ioJ goes, *,and(or sate I y declaration fil ia said case,as the law directs. jrinj.charrea.Aug .
our deliverance revulsions, be would surrender the fortress," :.Many out of the Cabinet. July tt 52 BETTON&riBHKIl. Bay, 16 .42 3 JO.BRANCUAtt.f.rPt'ff. 1, 1849 1 .5


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NOTlJES members the Grand and Petit Juriea 'I-1* I
.-- 1KOTICE. __ THE Leon County Superior.Court, at the THE subscriber will continue the aboro buai. THIS establishment hu been :opened for ta. _*!

i DB. .jomr n. POPE November Term, 1839, who have bV" paid, De at the S. W. Corner of Washington season, bj the msbta and isi DOW K&sssgSS
'. ... ,tUr.lhuTdale application will bo hie Square and Munroe and having a ready for reception or
Six OFFERS Mli to Ihe people ire now notified that I am prepared to pay Stet complete .Tiiln. Arrtet
aI %. die H*!.\\W". M.GibM., Judge of peon in Monlicellb, al my oce, North of ihe capitol square, in Tills.e tem of the .or Linen Pap he U now have been made for the & o a reasonable saarrfffisaSSaS' ;

tbo Cettotr Covt of Leon.'Coatitjr, for lollera of vver the store of William Denham 4-Co. h lawee, until the 1st June. Tboae who do cal to manufacture Blank every des. number of Tiitf and ample supplies laid

:: adeiiutrttto on the estate of Daniel Albright, I. MonlicelloMoy 30, 1840. by that. lime, and sign the return, will not be paid. cription' suitable far .Banks, Public *Merchant in .f the comfort many of ibe luxuries of the PHENIX 53&*"! ? S

: jJJ-w.OOG.tr;d.cua. JAMES T. ARCHER 1 THOS. BROWN, and others, in single or complete elU; country. ThoM who patronize' this place during 7hono han UD

F. B. WHITING. .. One of the administrators of S. H. DuvuU and Docket Books and all other the summer, will find their situation more pleasant red to, will obeer. that peruaecl'thct nufln fci--

3 IX 'WEEKS; aftar date- I shall apply to the ATTORNEY AT LAW May 26 1 deceased late Marsha 1 ?d. D Bank Books used by County Coqrt.can b obtain than Dlal The Spring ind13&thidgHOUU are attest lb. fact, that.JaO 'I ahboat e,' ftAr.

:>9 Hon. ,Jvdge <*f the County Court of Leon Tallahassee, Fla. short notice, ruled and bound in any style in .-'.Ihe water delightful and emrt attend. the taking or these Q_ .,
Office PARTNERSHIP. required, and warranted equal to nothern or any in to the calls of the eies, but D2tdici.:
Countl,(or letter*of admin'stralion upon the efelaleof on Munroe Street in Wyall' new build- atlndao Ti.itor. that the
in 3!. U. FRANCIS 4- LEVI HART entered other manufacture. Particular altenlien will be water of the Suwannee justly patient -it1Mtat f1
r Benjamin Metcal'f deceased, lato of Leon Co. May W SprinZsate operation, i. universally "rat
June 19 gw ROBERT J. HACKLEY. 26 into Ce-partnership 1st January, 180.'under paid to re-binding old Books, Newspapers, Magaincs celebrated for their medicinal ; invalid -. ItttetstateOfhealththanwu) ia' strPItW tWr

.. MCANTS, the style of FRANCS& HART at the t Pamphlets, Music Books tc. in plain or have found great relief poprtic"many d to being.! cted with erpl '

.BTotlce. I Attorney and at o WM. H. FRANCIS. WAI. II. FRANCIS, ornamental binding or to match patterns. Paper. to health and vigor by their 1U e. For a pleasant C.U_ sUring disease and ill

t SIX week after date, shall apply to the Hon. I "mil TILL practice Counelo iho Court of LI Feb. 1 27 LEVI HART ruled for Bills, Lters. $c. resort during the summer monthihis place equal'J I hoan and a curD treat a reljfIs. 'ab.a11Itl.-ftW tl

lid, of tho County Court for Leon county' He for good assortment of Blank any other situation in the adjoining generally e .' .
Y T Di and in the Court of Of. Strayed, ha 810 Florida. or three dus.. Ie t.
4or teller of administration upon the estate of fico at TaU I. Fla. if Apels. FROM Walker'- Mills, about the first of Apnl,I ook.Letter and Writing Paper,ruled or plain,of caunlry. In case of F vza ef er

: Thomas Horn, late of aaid county deceased. --..- .- .-"sco.-'- ------pri16 ----- Sorrel Mule, with a blaze in the face, quality. Ruled paper f every descript on. Charge will b bilious affection., iLls every tfCltripf;.. "

BENJAMIN T. HAGAN. JOhN 1-. DUV.\L, and 1 of n bay color, with a scar on his loft cheekbone All orders thankfully received and promptly aU moderate.E PONDER, 0-ht, a. I belief the unl'lecee. III

Jan SO, 1840. 47 6 ATTORNEY AT LAW : and was about 5 years old. A liberal reJrd ten x ed in. P.. A- HAYWARD.Tallahassee. JUI86.180.. __' _!nn___ JONES. niver-lly admitted to Lug be MQIQIIUlit. ."w*1
will be given for the delivery of or / f July H3-If effeclual the 'lIIoat'
in the one euro
of nnd
NOTICE. WILL practice courts NOTICE. extant in ill diae..e. .
SIX months after dale 1 hall apply to the lion Florida, and Court of Appeils. Ret- them, at Walkcr'llil.or at C.ptJohn Myrick'e, Cottou Welghingr. Subscriber offer for sale the followin j *r The LIR MIDICIHM are also ( ,

,. of Leon County Court for letter* dis. deuce near G'-n. Uro\\ir near Talahuee. E. G. W ALKE THE subscriber, appointed Weigher Cotton, THE *, low for CASH- relief' affections of the'Liver.nd a fDOI& &

t-I' tnlssory as administratrix on llm Eelalo of J. T. jan 25 26 -a Gosteiiliofcr & Davies, of an act passed at iho last sostclo.of Cognac Brandy,In half pipe and qr. cask j been proved in hundred, or casa B."e 'bii
.Johnson, late of aaid Coon tv. deceased.CATHARINE S. \". Cnrmaclt COMMISSION MERCII AN TS the Legislative Counci. respectfully informs Holland Gin in bbls. have come forward and reqG"ted 1fiitat.
JOhNSON & JTIcdiciis A. Long., NEW ORLEANS.REFERENCES. the public that he is pro pa rd to weigh Cotton Whiskey do rienc* in taking them might be that u. .

By her Agent P. KERR. A'P'ORNEYS AT LAW .-H. Bond,Esq .- either in this city or at the Railroad Depot.- Lardin, kegs benefit of olher. In their op. Publisbed:tIme

may 31 44 TALLAHASSr.E, ILA.'tTILL Jtfessrs. Bellon &Fisher, His scales are manufactured at the same place as Floor, Molasses tbey.mloro, the tone ef th. Slomael" lud

j t. practice in ]lartlerllip in the Snpcri K.r& Kirksey. those used by the United States generally! andlikewise Corn Hay the digestive organs, and nvigoru'lS
JVO TCE. V. Courts of llie Apalachicola Tullahaseco. by the weighers of cotton in the city ofNew Manhadcn and Cod Fish in bbls functions 'of the whole body

,t: SIX montlla after date, we hall apply to thc District, and in the Court of Appeals. Thi-i Messrs. Molyncux, Witherby, S Co. Livcrj>oo York and have bcrn" examined by the Inspector Boxes Pickles' in quart jars both *eie*.(for they are p.r1'otiy and th. .

the Judge of Leon County Court office is, fur tho present, in the new court houfcc. .nrl 23 1H40' 4 33 ly : of scales and weights of soid city,and proved 300 bbl Lime. an invaluable! means of preventiu adapted. )
-I for Idler* dismission as administrators of iho es Dec 21 20 correct, Price weighing, 10 cents per bale. McNAUGHT ORMOND. 'cstoring health. r. .

tatc of JOHN A. WILLET deceased. late ol said I Dr. Bcnjaiiiiii ii. _ To the Citizens of Florida : D. M. SIIEFFIELDWeigher ofCoton.TaJbhu'"ce Port Leon, March 20lb, &. In affections of trio bead, whether .

8i t .county. TADDY'VILLBY, FFERS his 'raylo. A'ILL take charge of all claims for losses sustained (e. 12. 9. f --- with pain and giddiness
uroff ,
O Munal SCyicc! to cili I '. For Sale or to Kent .marked: bTZ1onscalamnity
W.\. G. PONDER by our citizens in the war with the .
zens of Tallahassee and its vicinity. highest premium will be paid for Note impaired mental L
I rnlE the
-april 4,18 0 36 Adminllllrntortt.tlmlnistrntors' % ,. at: his father's. residence,on the north fide of \Vah.OfcI Florida Indian ; al.e will, as their attorney ir. fact ..t Bank State Georgia or Augusta, Florif p r FOR prevent) situated year 4 section Nortli 8,:(Lafayette of Tallahassee tation* of the heart, flatulence,loaorH'* -
authorized claims mill
inglon ( to act a nuclOpronocule their Life and Trust strength, and the ,**
i .\ Square. i Company, North and .South multiplied
Notice.ALL on the Georgia Road which .
Tullahahscc Hh before COlgr'ss. or any oilier tribunal t that may he Carolina Banks drafts on there are dered digestion TH .fj.
( Nov MtpJcuJr
t ISI'Ciiiries : 9 or on Northern Cities, in I about Lire
persona indebted to the et.la.lo of IIccii : created by law for the adjudication such claim immediate is SO acres of cultivated Land, well fenced in. to the .il1 he t
made mot
application possess .
I lo
( :, deceased,of Leon county, are hereby ; : S.--ST6Iey Those who may desire to have mT. services, will BERRY Apply to F.GERARDIN Constitution relaxed salutary efficacy. "
; I: r f having notified( demands to make immediate payment; and all those OFFERS his profe .ion. lservices as Attorney, I i call...on THOS. H. DuVaL, EIq.at Tallahassee, who ode 4 L. A. TIIOM I PSON. or ap 4 36( Port Leon. or women, are under the, weak immediate or decayed it.
Ia present them to the subscri will me I nowe containing in4
Law in prepare rcquisiie powers v DISSOLUTION. THE: Lisa AlEDicixrs 01
the collection ofl Old
t be re, duly a Hosted for elrnl Orange and Lime Cough.,
bubiness be
settlement. the terms which lie will
debts, in upon Nursery ,
4c. habits 1114
lie consumptive
Flurid.t. will attend Co-Parinerfhip heretofore cristing be-I are soon
f1 relieved
ESTHER B. ROSE, Adm'x. he Courts in the Middle Di-trcL.! al undertaken by mc. FOR SALE POl CASH ONL Y. THE the Subscriber in the TaHsliacsee cured. Poverty of blood and emacJaUdTlT and

I MarchJ.I34O. J. T. DEVAUN.Adm'r. Office i in Munroe Slreet,in tho building formerly May, 26 43 3m WM.. 1'. DUVAL. A NURSERY. containing about 2000 Orangeand Exchange is this day dissolved by mutual con- will ere long meet the happiest

;; 34 cccnpitdby Win. H'llson, as n hook :turc. CT The noridl Slar.Quincy Smtinel Joseph Limo Trees, of an age to bear in one or Fenl. The business will be closed by J. G. William .,- chill watery fluId will become rfch change; .Dclllt
\ Ttillahas.ste May 12th Ib.JS.: Times, IVnsacola Gazette, and the New of t.Augustine two alter tr"n* aDd *"llIIie
Superior Court for Leon COllnt 40-tf years planting. Tho Trees were l ,-who is duly authorized to settle the name. and the limbs be covered with flesh
i l -- will insert the above for tbice months, raised from Choice Cuba firm i
NOVEMBER TERM, 1840. D.IVID) 8'e., ind are in a healthy P J.G. healthy.! ***
;I WIKUAM A. CAEK ri. WILLIAM CRAWFORD S. WAJIO.n: and"forward their accounts to me at TallahaKsee.V. and thriving condition. Directions will be given April 1st. 180. WM. WILLAMS.. Nervous disordcis of kind
and THOMAS jr A TTORNE Y A IV C. \ P. IJ. which adhered to, will insure them every and from watt,
1: CARBON, tradinpv&c. under the <$ .. safely in re ver cause arising, fly before the
< \ firm and style of W m. Crawford'jr. tf Carson e. WILL practice the Courts of the Middle Dislric ---- moval and han.planln2. Apply to EDWIN 'N. Coparl nenh.p. Lire MXDICI.NES, and, all that train effect of T,.

Attachment $1 O.07-DamRge. $3,000.00. of Florida. His office is the fii>l room le the riJht For Sale or Rent, DoaStv, Talalalee! or \V.. Mc- THE subscribers havo this day formed a co e ties. and trentours, which so dieadiolly ofsiau, ,to.
over J 1) BcH'fistorein hoinrnodious stand as a HOTEL NAUOMT, Foil Leon. : at Port Leon under the name affect the
defendants 'L'gllahassccwbere
\ he 14 weak
and all mar the
THE: others interested, arc may 3 of Miller & Rowles sedentary, and the delicate T
always found. si, at ST. MARKS, recently occupied by to carry on tho STORAGE wilL]
1 notified of the institution of the said ____________ thort time be succeeded
.uat, allaabmenl __________ : ': the sub'criber. Possession given ini- NATHAN'S HOTEL. k COMMISSION bu inc", by cheerfulnessandntn
4 \ nid ;bl and are reinrnahle to the Term afore Dr. A. II. RANDOLPH. _ mediately. Apply lo the under igncd. THE subscriber takes the liberty of informing 1 They have a large and commodious warehouse, presage of health.
required to For wcakne.
appear and plead to tho 'located lumselfiii Tallahassee friends and for deficiency of '
I declaration HAVING of- or to ught. the public that ht the storage of merchandize and cotton and naturalnd atrwrti
filed in said care,as the law direct. professional sen ices te the public, Feb. 8. Wm.l'r has purchased the house generaly. by attention and a relaxation of the vewehi, by too '
F. GERADIN. the freqaeil
a* l'rie promptness in the ii-
tt'I f; _may 16 '2 3m JO.BRANCfJ.Atl.forPJ'1t- dolph He is,to on be Monroe found Strcet.May nt the .office of Dr. J. H. Ran Notice. ,FLORIDA HOUSE," Quincy which under hit hop. of orders to give satisfaction to all who certain dulgcnce and of ihe invaluable passions, this medicine ie.al. "

House to Rent, tuperintendance has undergone thorough may culiusl business to tbti. care. remedy.
26 42 fTTlHE subscribers i having sold. their block of which he i is repair Those who have long resided in
I now ready to receive ; hot e.w
i1T for the bal nuthe year.-A Law Notice. goods 10 ,\i. HWAIM, hereby request an pv't: lain, to the best of hid ability, all who enter. Refer to- GEO.lILLER.. and are languid and relaxed in their! whole niTeu,
fuel ROWLES.
convenient two Dwelling! House indebted to them to call and settle the may I take
t .; story sln! same, h him with tlmeirpatrnrige. Messrs. Bettor & may THE Lire MEDICINES with the
Co-partnership hitherto Fisher
existing between II Tallahacsec bappirn
with a good garden situated on Lnfay- TiE by cash er note, immediately or the same will bo ; effecln and
: 1. P. DUVAL and W M. H. BROCK- To those who know him,he deems unncccssary Berry .' persona removing to the Sootien
: cUe rlrcet. For further particulars l edged with an attorney for collection. &DJng States West
been this dissolved lo make promises with to the r-o.1 Leon, Feb. 1 I. or Indies cannot store a moraiauor-
day 31
regard i ii
inquire$ JOSEPH C. ENBROUGIlas by mu- manner E 180
CRANE or at this office. P. H. SWAIM &CO. which the House will be kept.. To t tant article of health and life.
may 55 43 If conbtnt. St. Lo't.. i. .j'; I 1840 36 3m all others, ht The
WM. H.BROCKENBROUGH will continue to has only to t>ay cal: and judge for yourselves Valuable lands for Sale. following cases are among the most recnt

Notice.THE .. reside at Apalachicolpparid practice in the A pla. STAGE LINE a you find him so speak of him. a THE subscriber having a greater quantity of, cures effected, and gratefully acknowledged bj|fo
t books and accounts of DANIEL DANIEL. chicola Distdctand iho I ISAAC than is desirable for his own cultivation dersons benefited:
of From
County and Iho Columbus Ga. NATHANS.
M'RACNT: & HA WES, are in the hands of Ieon. to ApdlacTiicola, Fla. lifers for sale three Case of Jacob
.f Court of Appeal and in Four Quincv.April 3 >-lfT valuable plantations-one,sit C. Hunt, Now Windsor
and Ortnn
A. E. Harris for collection. AH account will be Gadsdrn; rogulary.employed Horse Post ,Conclios. uated on Back Creek, shout thirteen miles east County N. Y..-A dreadful tumor destroyeditv.

!' in suit if not settled immediately.Febg9 .Ta 1\haFce. N uv.201 h. J U3!. : CHEAP HOUSE. SIGN AN t from Talahuleo. containing thirteen hundred h ly the whole of his face noso and jaw. Experi

I I 30 FRANK JlA WES. ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, GLAZING acres, are in a high state of cultivation I enced quick relief from the use of the Lire Medicines

John C. Jacobl, LEGAL NOTICE. and Paper Hanging- the residue mostly rich hammock land, with I and in less than three months mutaimli
4 'i Thomas Bahzel and Walker Anderson Altor II E undersigned most respectfully informs the all the necessary farm houses and cured. (Case reported,with a
b I, and of Lumber the outbuildings woodengravur ia
:. Measurer Inspector neys at practice in copartnership in lh Via Florence, Fort Gaines, BlakelyPo r's citizens of Tallahassee and vicinity that he the t crops raised upon this plantation not been I a new pamphlet now in press.) ,

1 : County of Leon, Superior Courts of the Counties of Jefferson, Leon and Brown's Ferries, ., and InriJtton, i is prepared 10 execute, in the neatest manner, any surpassed by any in tho country. Another, abut Case of Tho*. Purcell sen'r. 84 years t/ip

,. )his service to those who may please in l, Gadsden, Franklin, Calhoun, and Jackson, am Ala. of the above branches, at short notice, and at prices the' same distance nottheant from Tallahassee was afflicted 18 year with swelling inbialep....

I 4 OFFERS upon him. Charges moderate. Address the court of Appeals Thomas at Tallahacsco. 30 HOURS Stage travel from Colum. which will induce those wanting work done t give nlaining> about 70 acres, of rich oak and hickory was entirely cured by taking 42 pills in 3 weeb.
March 14 18-10. 33 Ballzcll, Apalachicola. ONLY him a call. orders land with 60 in Case of Joan Daulton
Tallahassee. Address to New Orleans, in Coaches Country promptly attended to. ; or acres colin irn ; and ,Aberdeen,Ohio raeumiisra
of Walker splendid -
.1 '- itast Notice. June 15, 1839.-tf Anderson, Tallahassscc. n I /level and beautiful road along the banks of: N. B. Paints of all coiors ready prepared andmixed another in Hamilton county about ttcn from five yearn-is entirely cured-bu used the

r! persons indcblca to the Ebtstc of 1.'. M'- ho Chattalmocheo River. for use. T. B. CLARKE. i!
;:; ALL ,deceased, are required to come forward CABINET MAKING. DAYS OF DEPARTURE- Feb 15. 2 tf acres, a small part in cultivation, with farm houses t them a sovereign remedy. *

t. .nd lIollle without further delay and all to whom .. THE Kubscribcr thankful From Columbus, on Tuesdays and, Fridays, at HULL'S &.c.OJ his land i U of superior qualiy: fur the culture I. Case of Lewis Austin-periodical aick'beadaeat

the Estate is indebted will hand in their claim for : _- past favour.Renpeclifully 6 o'clock A. M. Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam, of sea island cotton. always relieved by a small dese-now entirely J

adjustment%, 01 they will bo barred. .:_:: ;__..+ informs the citizens of From Chatlahoochec, on the ame days and same Tho reputation of which has become erlabli&hcd Also a tract of 400 acres, at the natural 'hrd" 9 free from it.

AM ALEXANDERadmr. .,,-+ Tallahassee and vicinity that : time after the arrival of the U. S. Mail Boat from the most safe and efficacious remedyever a on the St. Mark", about 11 miles south; cast of TalIahab I- Case of Adon Ames-cured of,. mostinietarata

,. ELIZABETH McC.AllTaduu. : .t fl tF: be conLnurl to carry on Ihe' Apatachicola, via Io1aand meeting Fort Gainm. discovered for eo ; half of Ibis tract is a rich alluvial soi and obstinate dyspepsia, and general dabilily..

StMerks,4ptiL 16, 1840 3E __ __ E1 ( Making brlli'I'1 in I Persons desirous of going from a Columbus Ga. Influenza, Coughs, Colds Asthma, Whoopin upon it there i ij also a fine mill seat, with greater: Case of Adah Adams, Windsor,Obio rbeima-

p fin HE nbsciiber wi.helto sell several valuable nil i its variety a i the old stand to New Orleans, will find this by far the cheapest Cough. SpiUing of Blood, and all affections of I;: water power than any in Middle Florida. urn gravel liver: affection, and general oerrow
of and and the These lands will be sold at moderate Iud debility.had' been confined ....
Kibolds prices
i TRACTS OF LAND near his residenco.S Hess p|>osilc mOlt expeditious I wel &the safest a.ud seven years,, wuraijri
'. Planter desirous to retain their capital in labor >all's Store, where he! most comfortable way as interned the great IN presenting this useful remedy to the pub1e, reasonable credits, and if desirable, the purchaser from her bed by taking one box of JlII1.sad a bon.nfbjtters..a *

can b. accommodated with mos satisfactory credo I wi be happy to receive orders from his friends and I Brunswick. and Florida Line at Challahoochce, proprietor is aut'iorixed' by I Physician frm can have Union Bank Stuck upon a part of tlpurchase. mol extraordinarv care-the n now

t' ;i ROBERT GAMBLE. tie public; generally. Sidcboarrln Hurcau'sand fu mi. making a travel of but 30 hours by stages through I I whom the recipe was confidentially obtained lo W BllADEN. very healthy and robust woman-atkalad b/Wr

'. Welanree. Jcfferfcan Fla. Nov. 18i9.: ure of every description, made in a fashionable and I the whole ronlo. Time from Columbus lo Mobile, slate that bo has used it ef.and! in lila exten DeQS 21Leather husband Shubel Adams.
fubslanlial manner, and on reasonable terms, and I 54 hours. I live practice in Pulmonary nffectionn, with aston Lime, and 11 air. Case of Mrs.Badger, wife of Joseph Btd'tr-

c NOTICE. le l hopes by strict attention tl huMiiens to merit I For the Proprietor, jibing effect. The happy combination of vegetable : ,-HHK Subscribers have constantly on hand acompleteassortmentofLEATHER.soitable nearly similar to atove-reult the same

_tt DURING my absence from Florida, Barton C' a receive a liberal share of Ihe patronage .t f Ihopublic. WILLIAM CADY. substances, el which it is entirely composed a- ; Case of Susan Goodarant a young onuirried:

Hoaticcllo,ia my agent and altor- Chaltahoochcc, January JO, 1810. 27 If are peculiarly adapted to diseases of the Lungs; for Gin Bands, // ss, Carriage Tops, Boo's and woman-suKjrcl to ill health several yean-a

.ney. JOHN F. TUCKER. JACOB BLESS. Liver and Stomach. Shoes, &c. Also a conttantsupply LIME, and nallcoursc of the Life MediciuesontirelviNUmd

jam 8 48 __.____ N. B. AH kinds of furniture repaired on reasonable For Sale, This medicine has been used very extensively., 1.\I R, for Plastering : .411 of which, .they oil>r er-is now bale and healthy.

I NOTICE. terms.Talahalico. A HANDSOMILIGHT BAROUCHE, with I and the proprietor has not known :single instance l ow forcash, or in exchange for hides,at their Tan Case of Miss Thomas,dauhteroEi: Thorns.-

snbscibcr otters for sale, his VALUA- Sept. 7lh. 1839-if harness, _campi.n r two horse, by in which. it. has failed in giving relief in diseases Yard. BROWN & GALBRA1TH. cough aud symptoms oi* coiwumptioo-eared ia

t. I : THE PLANTATION on the Armonia lake, NOTICE., ron eonreu.u u, w.M. JW.NAU(tIT. J tor Which it is recommended; even in cases ap --Tallahassee.- Ans. Hlb I ISIH.: : : I.tf four Ufanlro. .Her sister cured-. fifm ammmf' *- -Blf.-*i l ilfI --

,? 'being the East half of the N. W. quarter of section fHlHE Citizens of Tallahassee are to proaching to consumption attended with bleeding Notice ntl.iinrnatory; rheumatism' in ONE WKXC.
to Cotton
.. Iwo, township Iwo, range one, North & bat*,!L; JB. clear up and keep their loU and requelitcc yard Lands for Sale. I forjlhe Lungs, and where all other remedies had JAMES BOAT RIGHT'S Planters. Case of:. Colvm-curt-d of a severs attack of
I tbe West half of iho N. W. quarter of section Iwo,
?t township two, range (tIC, North and Last A'bo I, will go round the City on U'cdncfcd.iys and Saturdays entry the Company Pine Lands now ofjr fir sale and attended its use. Common '. ., which are generally TAKE this method of the i Case of Harriet Twogood Sauna,N. .-*win
E. of section Ihree, and il following J.CUI County. the effect of obstructed I informing Plan a very low stale of health a and a half-did
!::1 tho Cut halfof the N. quarli-r i i.rpquPltlt that all litter and rubbish In Town perspiration, wil ters that I have established year
township Iwo one, North and East ; and be collected deposited on the rlrectx -Range 1 Earl, sections 7, 16, yield to its influence in a few hours : when a shoe in Uuimy not zpect to recover.. Mits T. is now able la
range early on I 18, 19, 23: 25. 26, 34. 36-and for the purpose of furnishing them with the
known as tho Fuller or Bcmbry planlali'n.- the of those and other :5. fractions unsold Asthma Hoarseness, \\'hel'zilg.lnd shortness of above walk about and is rapidly recovering both health
; morning in
days on no days i in sections articles
I c. 5. 6, U, 9, 10, 1 14, 15, 17 and 24. breath it made on the last improvement. The im- and
There .ia about 160 of land which for the week The gives immediate relief strength.
acres open weather in the In Town procuring tranquilrest
; \l hiving 3 South, prnvcment in the rib 01mIi
1 East m
Certility of soil, etc., may bo ranked among the propriety of such an arrangcincnl is manifect lie to all! 3, 8, 1 II 1, 12, 13, range 22,23 24 -sections 1, 2,4, and blee,). In whooping cough it is uithoul When the ribs wear out? al the wear out first. Cue of Benjamin J. Tucker ever* ea* af
best lands in the Territory. These lands lay wilh- who 'have regard for the 'health of the city and it and 10. 1-,15. and fractions of 3 a rival. Il opcrales by gentle expectoration, and teeth pass through place where the Fever and Ague-cured in a very Lort'P w of

1; -ttt a few yard. of the great Armenia lake which i! hoped that the citizens generally will comply In Town 2 ,, East_. may be given t infants with perfect safety. five minutes, a new set can be obtained in time. Directions followed Itrict''!.
by simply
aslurage cannot be surpassed in the world.' There I with the above regulation. 31.1 and outr range2 ncclionsSO and For sale by IlNLOLPJ & LEWIS. cf inch sliding the breast a quarter Case of Amos D..vis-Atre ioo. of th* Liver-
19, 2 ami 32. an and
; u also a new well con\'enicnttotlie dvv-cllings, witir' h By order of the City Council, In Town 3 South'< : jan 25 26 the putting edge under each side of after trying doctor's remedies in vain for a loaf
Gins which
plenty of excolenl water. : A. E. IURIIIS. and fractions of 5 range 2 East-sections 6, 7, AUELPI1I HOTEL. will give a new set of ribs as good lime, was cured by the Life Medicines without
8, I 18 and 29. as first, and so on, until
..: Tho purchaser can have from 2 to 3 years indulgeace. ""rHln Marxhal.1 In rWlHE undersigned they are worn out iu trouble.
City Town
I South purchased from
3 _ 1 We.sl-sections having Gen. five or six places.
range 23,30 I
There ia now growing a fine ciop of corn AMES 13.G.MBI.E 31 ll 32 33, 34 and of JL THOMAS BROWN that known cclablibh- I wi:" Ejtlraordinary caso of Lynian Pratt, who wu
and his brother : ; fractions 19, 20, 27, 28 and wel keep constantly on hand Friction
on the farm nuilable fur the pun' t'r.RICIIARU d TAN GIAol 3 lent called the City J Hotel the city of Gins and Ro r afflicted with Phthisic 201ears-affdCted a pew*
GAMBLE have this 3. Box Gins which I
day ,
II. ChOW ELL. in whole) hassee, hive opened thc house under Tlla warrant to please in cure in 24 hours by the use of the Life Medicine*,
49ELECTION business, at the old bland GAMBLE & REID, under Town 2 South, range I West ex the lie every respect or no sale. My price for Friction
July4,1840. Thousands like maaaer-
Adelphi Hotel. of afflicted in
the name and style of JAMES B. GAMBLE & Co. cept sections 2',26,3'and 36. They are now making import. Roller Gin is ft per saw; and for the Box Gin persons
NOTICE. I They ask the same liberal share of public patronage .Al $1.25 to SI.50 per acre In current bills of the ant impro\'rent and repair, and will have by the* p.r saw. Person wishing to buy Gins for their$3 have, by a judicious nse of3lorfAT'S Lin f?**

ELECTION for Colonel of the Seventh bealowed on the lato frm.JAMJS Territory. ensuing fAi an extensive Brick Building erected next crop would do well to call and and PIIEMX BITTERS, been restored to the eDJOJmellt
AN Florida Militia These Lands offer on the property, wlerebyh"l will be able to dins. examine Ihcse of all the comfjrts of life. The Bitlera are
Regiment to fill the vacancy IJ. GAMBLE advantages for pasture range coininodittn, ac. All orders will be attended to with
occasioned by the resignation of C<>1. A. A. Fisher GAMBLE.Jan cultivation and superior Timber. Grangers visiting this county in a prompt- pleasant to the taste and smell,gently uUi1t'fibres Ua
will be hold the officers of the several ; I 4, : Cash will bo satisfactory manner. The Public ness.Old Gins of the stomach,and give thai proper tewilj
by teats in i 1810 22 _ paYlcnl required for half sections I may depend repaired at the shortest notice, and in
and upon every allention to their comforts. which a good digestion requires. As nothiDfeIAbe
: .Leon County, on Saturday, the 25th Jnsl. '.'0 Planters. amalcr fractions of sections. Al purcb.iscr the best style.

: Reports of the Election to be made to the undcr- IRON SCREWS received by lie Schooner over thete may bo made on thu terms of the 1 JOSEPH CRO KEY, I refer the planter to Mr. R. L. Edmonds, of belter adapted to help and nourish tbs coMUi ackeowledged ) -
signed at Tallahassee within ten Companythit is, l-4tliinrashand DAVID F. WILSON. for Lion, so theru ia nothing more generally!
days thereafter Hankey I from Baltimore 1.2 3 p Quiin-y, information as regards these
Gins nr.
are ROW
ready DIU Tallahassee ,
for year April I 3d, 1840. or to be efficacious in all in
of the 36 peculiarly
according to! law. JOSHUA TAYLOR, for'delivery on Iho payment of the same. Apply to payment other 3 4lhs.) any planler from South Carolina who has used
2 July 4 49 Major Commanding. June 22 f 1 Lands:in Gadsden and Leon, suitable For Sale ihcm. 'v. C. wasting,loss ofappetite.indlge.lion, depreawoaw
----.-- ---- T.l BETTON.: for cultivation, will aUo bo bold u ualon exclusively application ONE two Home Sulky Wagon. Mar 14 ::13 tf COOPER. spirits.trembling or shaking of the hands aad limN
.rf STOBAGE. Seed Peas for D : Home obstinate cou-hs.shortness of breath,or cons IlJ-
A Sale. to John Carnochati, Esq. at ono do do-wilh l.arnesf
Ap4lachicon, tc.
.i undersigned flaring leased one of the LOT of lied and White Crowde (the Subscriber or omplctc. Leon I live habits.
THE Peas and ; and settlers w ill be preferred to llic. WM. U. FRANCES Academy.
; ire Houses and jrjiarf latelY erected I by euro Teas, for\ sale. Apply to purchase of their' settlements; provided NooC t h, 1829 Trustees of Leon Academy The Life Medicine possess wonderful ec1
they THE announce to
I a. U&tuJin.; solicit a _h of rakl
jro palronMeasra. JOSEPH F. C. in headaches,weaineea
their -- Public fits
i) J. JARLFV. 81 ra"gfnlcnl"' within a suitable lime. L.. CARLTON -- that they have engaged Mr. nervous disorders .r
are in tbe Al bis Plantation in the lieUlelcnt. purchasers from the Company who arc SHEKTALL and Dr.MooBE tq take charge of the Male heaviness and lowness of spirits dimness

BeceJvJDIr a Forward I nJ nIl51. -s I .April 2.1C40. 29 in arrears with their payment". are respectfully requested SiJt7OULD Merchant Tailor, I Depart merit of Iho School just established i by them sight confused thoughta, wandering iu>t8'smii'

t TAFT & ALEXAl'UEILPort I PAINTS, OILS, AC. to bcttlo with the Subscriber, or with Mr. Vr of' respectfully inform time citizens of,.. in this city. vapor and melancholy, and all kinds of .ysUnGcompltinis.

Leon. ISA April. 1840 3t 2SOO lbs White Lead, in oil, in kegs of 100 Iba Carnochan. during time season. returned from New York its vicinity, that be has This School will operr on Monday nextin tho old are gradually ,removed by their "T
wilh a fresh of Methodist Meeting House. In fn: sickness of the stomach flatulencies,or oWfu
eaefa Linseed J. D. BROWN supply this
25 flw oil, Cloths nw attempt to
Turpentine CasMmorcs
8 5 BcwarA. an S'II.' and of the establish Academic lions, cafe and !, and .1 a p.ariSer
hcs aDd Window Agent Apalachicola Land newest in.the City iho Trustees they are powerfu
r &e. Gliasof rjous Com.ny.Olce
JLlOST Tallahasseee4 v sizes. style and the finest ear the
oa the 3d 1nat.ant. Utw eo For aalc by a Mr. E.Barnard's, Tallahassee. those fabric, which he pledges to nestly appeal to the! pride, and invoke Ihe aid of of th*. blood, they have not their equal II
.bertCo e4a'' an EnglwJi silver Walch I that call on him to
,: jan4 22 have made up in the their fellow citizens: they trust that wod! .
witW UM aUcriber1 naxae on the tack written; C.JNDOLPH &LEWIS. newest fadiion. To please the flour abo l Jedi "
gay and t fastidious ishing-Academics are liberally For additional l particulars the
with the pui .r a ktiiM.VlieeWM' "'iM return; April 27 1833 ._ SfelfELLIOT'S (the Su'oHcribcr! has supported elsewhere or which
REMOVAL. employed R. ft. Pilgrim who around them, the inhabitants of the Capitol of sie Mortal's "Good Samaritan a COPY
4 aid watch to this 'office. .bat rexsoivc le above Subscribers have will give his undivided auction to tho will the the medicine- eta aiwaj be
? CORN CI'RE.I THE removed their entire cs- Duuartment. uUing Territory hence forwaid manifest a more de accompanies copy the
: nwatL J. FOLLENSBEE. )tti: ELLIOT'S l'L.dSrER stecfuset1 with \ ; from their old stand in Berry's Tallahassee voted interest, iu cherishing their own cily insti obtained of the different Agent who hue
1'jLt1LheeMu. 41 Row, Oct. 20th 1S89.
tmeomon iUCCS; And -lr -- .'.." to New Brick Buildii e on Monroe Btrtet. tu tious. medicine for sale. be
;r Wnlelie*, Jewelry, Silver ware AC. bee inUouc., has .uper'lde the use of other next door l\ta.lI.Wyatt Si Co, where they will A Notce. The scholastic year will bo divided into four I French, German, and Spanish direc 0"dw.J..
cure 'I Continue the same business .JLLL sessions of eleven obtained office,*
Th .MJ8TIKJr&OO.M. remwie tl j a lieretoforu iz: persons GEORGE W GRANT weeks each: and the following on application at the / .
Stave retaoMo' t. the A few applications willuntirely remove the largest .{dealing' in Saddle*, Diidlet, .arlilga*ttd Jlarnestet .. are requested to call on W. R. rates tuition allowed, to bo paid in advanco to All posl-paid letters will receive immediaw

1 ctOM (.-1/ occupied Iryfr eon s and prewenifurUi'rpaio.Price ,of all 4escriitioqs. gcnrrul assort. and aelllo their accounts by UCKLfY. E1.. the Trcatarer of the Board of 1'1 u"ec.. ten(ion. T.

>oe.ofmiitf m beau. For Sale in Ta.llaJjajt-s&c. at the Drug;Store ot1U3DOLPH Gig and Riding Whips Trunks, Calpe, Bop, *uit- G CHANT! put in The above with Writing and Arithmetic, 10 37; Broadway, New Vort. A liberal eRc&lOI

;p CWd.&iIIr1IDmt .allicl in.e61i &.LEWIS. I'atittt, SaddU Bags, Hat Boxes,&e. % Skirting, march21 34KIKMAN The above, with Grammar and Geography, and made to these who purchase to sell ari. .,l
m .uda. May 18tl. 1838. 41-t Harnen, Bridle and Top Leathir, HogCaif,.'oroc. History, 12 AGENTS-The Life Medicines m.y ar.o'lie

H 4! Gg&L1e. Aw4er. C'tea'.i&JI CopurlticrftliTiK- 94aideetp Skiii. ; ABERNXTHY. & HANNA The above with Greek and Latin, and General of any of the principal Druggist in .to:

,I. aal VL-gaWLdai: fling'&Ii .On- subscriWn iiav this Jay tiicrcd into Saddle, Ihrnut Bridle. and Martingales( made lUerClant Literature, |5 Iborughont the Uuiled State- and eta Catl all

... .r.G.A-.e. 4e-; e-.r.a.dw. u D a. THE Uf as fcneiai ovum; ten and. ( lo order,Al Jolllct.WARD New French-extra charge of 10 Ask for Mofikr. Lile PUto and I pbeAis BKtoIIt
A.a.t.ciEs&4JAA J.8p.kc.- Go1d' warding uiulcr the .of or-! & MAY. Refer R.K. Call, and Henry Bond. By order of the Trustee be sure that. fac aimilie of John M*'M tipatai

W'-.E. .fuD l'i_ tJlWue. &O,n nercbl& WM.MrNAUGfl fctyle M.cNauob, N. n Retailing done in all the above articles auual. Jnn. 17 1839. 54f| A. if, GAThIN, i* upon the label l of each bottle of BiU ". -

) .TMSdAr.T..Deeert.Nb; IJpMOI, JAMES 42 may 15IVnlcue .___._ march 4, 1840:11: ,
: h 011410ND. "n"n U. PillsLnc16 _. __ .._._.. :.
.s..rrJael CIA ft Caw Bt1.csT' Len, fan 20, .! IIIE subscribers t. aJuaow Bodicinee are 10f'
*, &c.A REMOVAL ,
o & respectfully LEWIS
"eu.Sp' Cat'i .ewelrT fiJL acquaint the citizens RANDOLPH ak

l1.G-a i ''aS Ca.oiu, ..dt..u.Maed. -, -oP.IOJ'.EUSIIP. THE Subscriber lias Q of 1'.IIII", their friends and the THE undersigned. from their havo former removed stand their stock of 0 8 .raUah'--. -
very handsome public generaly they have associated Iherasclvcs in Berry'a
I1.F..G"k.ac THE pl rcbhi ; -
''I Row
Uc ofJ. B. assortment ef Watches into.copartnerehip, the to lh BULL Jew. ro of and
If' last* tbetrkiaofi* and the ill 4 CO. andwi'learrydti : purpose CIVIL O.Dollarfleward.JjUNAWAY .
E: Clinton
I '
"oiM eniwa ; and, C.teets, recently
occupied bj Mesra
: Ware accordififly. Gorman
a.e _"K. MEICUANT TAI- dry, PI.U Silver IJ.ct a share o rJ
LORSl>odh ia this Cutlery, & their palroaagein in the making. & Hall where they will continue to keep the P1aat.a tl'
eadrxu.1 I lol a4 city New! Spoons .C..wliieh eonstucting level. on (roes
at1oeair4. .. : tie oars info and improving of all kinds hand a general assortment of staple and l'
V Arrar\gem bet-a for fo hia usual road fancy Dry aGa'kd
a con- lal 4 bridges I
D :' '. slant.aadfull suji1y| Qlodl CaelrCN mae .Veil- !farms.. He.i receive new iqiseducti.j elbuJuMent* ke.and in Uw humbler Good, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, 'Hat,, Haid. .Tu>o Negro $oj .
.t. -. the Lan* of. ware aad Cutlery Crocker/ and Glassware with
,4ete.andaBarse. L i4 of Miule supplies "wIe. 8C. &the "" ; \ViUla. .G1
Cel .c named and
Tfof-I Jfr Gc Jiwd. HcUiin/f,and tJiJf arc now pHr,nped -! 'VATCI REPAIRIIQ IC Qlac.l letting,planniog ad wlimating mill\oy almost every article suited to tb. wants of the .left George 1Us is .
4 *, sdurc ubJtc, in aay article I.tnde wih as much ability CaC ciI8. c.uas. tc., O icientinc and country. Their friends and the public are invited oa of Dda1 atMt laeroia lDade9 ra Usr a ,
au.t -
P18. practical to call and examine for themselves. _years ajw .
ion ifl Xbrtrliaft.
ber.tJ eI aI41e : Lstads. ridiod One*f ibe Jtf r. \ ae any shop the .
I iu Tfew Yvk. w ll patnert Jsn2 FREDERICK(nlr LLOYD May SO) 44 JAMES E. BROOM it CO. cal took.when apokcn tojddlwit.b.
.r-4.,J.: I WAde rMdr lo WLE. IftWj and Mefelothitig. .
Tallahassee nice Wooded la ,' '
*: .I.* mpUaad, !. e the 'tnotO. reaanltD april 11, 1840 37'' NEW MILLINERY --
:t.D' J. B- Kotlce. NOTICE. William efage' r_. .
t DfN1fL {JE DULL I herotofoi MAKING EST ABLISUMEN. .Vabdot fS year '
THE Cllnrli exiiikigin'tbe: Su Mcriher just received hit kneeeialfcef bead back 'w1l efl M**dJlt'
'rrt .n & TatlalaaieeNsi. 1.f! .. U HARVARD, bi.g TiE aaja lev h and .0a.I 'fB,. HE undei-iDo< .moit reapeetfulry .inform* aDd nab a.o4 .riII'
t f.O .s pto -- 'disl4 bjr tbe death of the tcaWi 'c GatJemn'. flume M. the Ladies oCTaUahascee aDd baa pleaaaat.coonunance Ntrda CII"
passer eo4
R .
: JfOT-lCE fl stia vicinity thai welU, male r_
I"y pecsn.i4epLedtothe fira Hal Gentlemen i : bo baa hixtse LLaswJpposIdbAwU1 .
are opened a in the .
------- W ia BtlBIiIC: ...* *fU t.T.. la*. U.riu all bawjnc claim me al'V taps, n'eli4 T: ,do. B.e T, i# roe tin*, and between the toreof above'llitt( ,on Afon- ohna. '
Valeese Mr. .eeured I
__ _---- p hog d Franci I w iJr, 43 for .ada.i if
'c- .." .m/auth* plc.1 preat the me.E.BAVIARDIr. m a aN.rQe n Cloh. C, and M **r .German ico j HaU. ,wlM, she grve ror tJaaA'
rM a. P. KEBR. 01. r. cudy Dad a :.0", UJe.,anil ah roaaoaable ehItvarj
i .
from mUlct :
a attettioa
t' Stirtlrinf Partner to the
bu 1'a1Ja'
"nl.AUs) GaS11LSI* M ., aea.to Merit, a at die plaaUUoa ar lo m la .
1039. Cletif of
J July
,, .. ; Tale ,, 4 tf Talp1g.3! NOT. WI Feb 1S public 29 patron If MR8f e. M.Acz.' Attn. 1I' ..LSO. L"L WJrj.IJ.