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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: August 22, 1840
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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Imp. GMMUL'S Office, I at the time of fee* .
AWT. AND caiaftrept*, vt tn not
Tallahasww, 17th July 1840. I THE ri.OUIIM aware but certain it ii lw 'JICt .Jcst feet '
GENERAL ORDEK-NO. 11. I 4 N. returned to .Ibe it11h'coJsa&ioVaf**! :
hare been received I
instructions
following '
from, The IIi Excellency., ROBMT RATMOSD REID I Ioitmander.inChcf0f I Yoyage *od here. _W '
the keeping hiaatelf whofly aloof from fev'wift
Florida The .
tlteclion of Uie Command I Ofce,Milill BrigdeI "LA SSEi FAIRE." .._ and all who knew hira; ad he c shipped on a

and Volunteer it trnety ls second voyage without say ciLia connexions

JrimeDl strict fulflmenL of the injunction"tberrin t knowing of his baring been here
or having
.ar of contained.Officers re'.atifo Any dirlictioD thereto, will of dUlY meet on with tho IgAUUu QQ Q!!trc w.WQ;'1'1&\ 'ai -- nQ. become any reason"food to for suppose fishes.be bad not long-sine*

prompt and merited disipproba Lion. ,
The Officera commanding the different Regiment I ba dPn.' shall also certify. his reason* (O so many Mary's, as 1 have, since II lost enfolded- :, Nearly three years nao* elapsed since the .

will bear in mi.d constantly General Order No. 9- j I di.-seating. thy sylph like form in boyish arms. I death of the lady whose domestic interestshad
Fourteenth. The in their my !
tu bo hoped inspectors
strict compliance with which, il w report .Ia.
by a the J also Perhaps little is this fallen iuto such good bands when, some
that efficient protection be afforded state whether, in their opinion, the vessel was Mary at very moment,
frontier 1 aginlthe savage fo.wi sent to sea suitably provided in any important reentiaIparticular laughing at the remembrance in her petty trick t eight months since, the supposed widow (from

By order of His Excellency, B. R- REID, <*tn. the annual mcctinsr.of TALLAUAS- I" by neglect design,or through with the snuffers, and wondering what has somts cause or other, became dissatisfied with
AT th mistake or accident, and in case U was by neglectordosignand I her home connected with it and
become or something .
mandcr-inohier jm GRArfAMiAdjt. FE JOCKEY CUB in Janar r.t an.lscation the consul otbcreommereiai 1 agent roe., __ _. ._ made ,
it. Whatever
and GeoL FJa. Ma. was b called "Tbe a- approve of such'jnding, he d pTep.rttioe.-4G- ve
.
Insp. .far sba''luchIf An Affecting and Remarkable Tale. I
halee for the encouragement of Blood.ed ( the cmw I desire it, each entitled : might have been the cause of this dissatisfac.I

EnC"IV: DEP* TME T, Heroes in the Territory Florida." : to three pay in addition to_his wagesto The circumstances itself occured in the town 'i ,-whether it was, real or imaginary,-it
Tallahassee, 17th July' 1840. Rule 1st. The member of this Association shall [BY AUTHORITY.! the time .discharge mont ; but if in the opinion of I Warington, and was related there at a Bi-1-I I was removed by the marriage of herself with

AUHSTCAD having determined to be members of the 'Tallahassee Jockey Cl'ib," and the in pelor the defecls or deficiencies found to meeting, by a gentleman of respectability :'I the widower bead of the family and all idea

the rma"rJlr7tb Eat of the greeter Suwaon\e part of, the it is Regular highly importantthat Forces to I ties reside of in Decatur the Territory Tltml.of or Florida. Lowndesin, or in the the Coun.State Laws& of th United States pa.se at the First, and exist could hao not,.in the the resultof exercise ordinary mittakc or care accident have, I and veracity, connected with the society. I j I removal was of course abandoned., Under

the troops in the Territorial service, the Millliaof of Georgia, and pay annually to the Secret of th Twny- ih Congress. ben known awo providct aainstbetore the sailing The circumstances he introduced in the this new arrangement, affairs went on to the

Middle and \Vest Florida, and thl IIh3bilntJ ry of the Jockey Club,. ten dollars as .fee formemlchlip. vessel, arJ muter II.al, in a reasoiidMe following words-about three weeks ago, : pe satisfaction and happiness of both par.

fcncrallr, should l he more vigilant than ovf-r, and to he appropriated D hereafter di PUBLIC-NO. 22. time, remove or remedy the causes of complaint, two little boys, decently clothed the oldest ties, and they were still looking forward to

co-stan l"iy; on the alert, to ie,iit the incur ions of rectt.Rul" AN AC 1o amend the act, May thir then the crew Ml! remain and discharge their! appearing about thirteen and The !
approved of future
(II Each member of this Association shall younger years felicity, when, on Sunday
No doubt the Indians. emloldenrd 2.1 duty otherwise ; their
the enemy. eighteen hundred emitted "An Act ; upon request,
la I.y sal eleven called the
the departure of ouch a numlur, of men from ) own at : 1 one brood mare, of the best blood he amend an actentitledu' Act establish the I discharged, and r one wages b at lodging house ibr vag. j i week, their cup of mutual buss was dashed

MiJdto( DItrict will iwk. opportunity to attack ran obtain, and s'latl, patronize the best stallion of judicial courts of the United State.. in add-lion, to the pay, up to the montll discharge.Fifteenth. rants, in this town, for a night's lodging; the from their lips, by the sudden and apparition.like .

the eiteineiit) Ald it i is the Juty of every citiznn..hnifaer cend blood and. tried character that he can convei.icnlly Be i' enacted by the Senate and Houso of Repre.I The mister shnll pay all such reasonable f keeper of the house (very properly) took them appearance in their comfortable circle, of
to.Hule
in or out of service, tu be prepared, not spntatives of the United Stales of America, rharel in the remilC as sisal! be offiriallu to the vagrant's: office to be examined and. the long absent and supposed deceased first
3d. There the -- --
nlf lu relic! the he c"einv but to give our frontier.A gud accour.t I I I day of ths Jofkey -1:1 Ihct8.be annually a wffCus, on frt" Congress awfiiHed, That jurors to serve i in;'itecouitHof r ttrtlfctto him the hand of the consul or if proper objects to be relieved. The account 11 I husband After the surprise and confusion
of him' .houl. appear upon the United rcul I but in
Stales, in otl/'r C--1IIIHU the
You dirlct.th" Colounl Commanding | I "ilUes! the produce of dams bona fide owned by each Slate recpelirolj&hall ; agent cave inspector they gave was extremely affecting, and no incident to this unlooked-for intrusion had
w.1 tlp. I of thiK A-socialuin. t-i he old have thc lihv qualifcillonJ and bo entitled report that. the comp'iiint is without any S"oJ and doubt was entertained of its It I I lj
in scrvi'-o, to c.-u-e an incessant scoutrlo rrrI'l,1 or.m'ye.mr truth. I subsided ensued and the result
,Volunteers : lo time like exemption, a of suifiient cause, tilt master return the ap. explanations ,
between poclf, and in the ad'iartnthainiiivksauJ I the sprir ;rcc dii'/j/ the minting: at which they !jurors Uieliigie4niurl mjy that but few weeks had
be kept up tlc of law of such State now 'have and are entitled wage 0! tme! compliiiians in proporTon to the pears a elapsed since was, that as the rights and titles of both bus.
exhibited. The
and will I an best Colt lo Prize '
take rerrive
if have 11\'III:.' dine you so, for thejmmlitlC I Cup of thc value of ole hundred dollar:! !, and I the to, and t-hall hereafter from time to lime have I py of each, the amount of luch charges with these poor little wanderers resided with their bauds could not consistently be harmoniously

JBei-nres organisation you of time Militia, if luror.lel I bit FiliI a Prize Cup of lhc value of fifty nnd be entitled in, and shallio\ designated l.y bal! such reasonable dacugps for detention .n that account I I parents in London. The typhus fever, how. I I maintained, they each of them magnanimously

are nut promptly cb'-yed, y IU will Ilc rcporithcJehnqaint I to adjudged by a Committee of n..tll"dol.rt; forming lot, lot, such or otherwise according to the mode of us the the consul or other commen-ial: agent direct ,t ever, ij one day, carried oil both father and [ left her to an unrestrained choice between

an I rlfr.c"r., lo the end thai the lw /I 'III r"nn' tubers:of the AHIICI3Iiun., and to be av.-ard- be juries now practised, or hereafter I leg iuqnir/ may officially! certify. I mother leaving the orphans in this wide J, them. With how much consistency .
practised tlifirirt, in prudence or
( such Sixteenth.
n> mode
.' i-'a""t tli I I ul i by ld.lti'l; seven members nrcessarj fa:' may bt The cre" of any vessel Ih:1 hare world I
'hind bl n. t,1 J being without home without
may i .
ofine I tho or friends. Immediately
Mil-Hi u'c 1'iok for the protection of In fnrl q'J "rum. The prizes to be paid for practicable by courts of the United State, or the fullest liberty to lay their complaints before i! uith female character she acted, we
I I p,3esuijd To the resides*; but how ran th.-y instru.ceuhJ our. I j out of the funds 1 if Iho Associali'in. The first show the otrcrl thereof, and for ihi purpose tho said the consul or commercial agent in any foreign purl'! after the last tribute had been paid 'I' will leave those of her own sex to judge; but

I of.alctY.\lhult or anizition.fli prove cipliiubordmaliun e and I I J Jo t. ke place nt the iiinu.il meeting of the "Talla- courts and i have power lo make al;i ncce,bary rulu and si!'all: in no respect be retained or hind' red ''to' their parents' memory, having an uncle certain it is, she unhesitatingly relinquished

? Our : : should not permittflsilVCItO lns.cc Jockey Club" f.r l .Z and regulations for conforming the dcsigna'.icn' : therein by the master or any officer, unles! boms i in Liverpool, poor and destitute as they were, her now husband and home and
lelllt again return
I Rule 4th. cnipanneling of juries, in sulisianre, to the sufficient and valid! objection caists their .
hall the again-
be lulled fake it is I Ter> opened annually I they resolved to and throw themselves
) security; go ed
iiws and now in in such States aad 'lauding in to the arms and protection of her first lord.
usages which if
; mariner desire
tell when or where Indians make following Sivrrp-Mnkr to be run for in the ortJeHin frce ; case any lo
jmpo'ble to may jUirthcr fball have ;power, by rule order from see the con.-ul : upon his protection. Tired therefore and he had deserted her in
I ranrt' *c s'"uld' beprrpari-d l for them \hic.'i: they f"10\ as thi' first race on the three 'I or or commercial agent, it hall bo the though her afjlictioa
"
thiir appc fir t and ,, time to time, to cO.lfurl the! same to change in duly of the muter to acquaint him with it forth- faint, they arrived in this town on their aid left her for
u !:1' "'. ld.t a" l"Il<'s' ''l ls confidently beJiered days; a lul.i-cal' purse, as llicTrrf race on i Uicbp any way. so many years to buffet with
"fr,,\tJat 'III.: around h'iu"es at sill >x3nd I tie last day of 111 Annual Jockey Ciub K.icisotcrtho tho respects which may be liereatcr! adopted by I with ; st.iting the reason why the mariner isnot''Two! bundles contained their little all. In the world's hah dealings. Oa Tuesday last
of
lick..ts Course Legislatures the respective Slates: for time permitted to land, and that he i i" desired
Marion
free for Colt Fillieraised to the
pu or own. d by a member of Association tn whereupon it fchall he the duly of uch
with Militia ,
pared fur defcnwj; a tcltrrlQN. to .Ii. 20.h !' covered, and cearfully preserved, a Bible. she had become the
July 11540PUGLICNo. mistress
consul happy and of the
commercial board
back sr.d irsuc tIlt' enemy; being the p! Juce of a dam lionajide the property Alp.uved or agent to repair on and ,
belt P The of
I the
continually in intitn'n on,a line beyond tinKtl'cinents of a member. Tl.c entry to be notified to the inquire ito the causes of complain'! and to proceed I keeper lodging house, addressing iitercst.ng: family ofchildreu to whom she had

teer: we .111 bo able at lea"t to prole- ''rl tar)' cif the Jockey Club, on or l tfuro the rc'l I I 23. thereon as this act Directs. the little boy, said, You have neither money I in truth been a second 'mother. If her re.

) rr1v'F, until more active operations< uf thc I I Jay November iiiiach )year, and lamed at I i AN AC addition to time several acts reculatinj Seventeenth. In all cisc w here deserters are I nor meat will you sell me this Bible? 1 will pentant husband docs not make much of her

fU r.land'! winter months .h,1 commence. Care and I post; viz: fehipmcnl and discharge of apprehended, the consul or commercial agent shall 1' {give you five shillings for itNo,' exclaimcd after thfc, and endeavor, by a life of affection
I
levity fur a $1.,1 t.II lay prevent Lime efuluul 1st. sxveep-stakcs for 2 year olds, one mile oal I duties of Consu!II. inquire into the fad ; and, if satisfied thai lhe de-;| he, (the tears rolling down his youthful and kindness her
efU }old' d ,lruclioa of jnojicrty. Subscription" $I 100-forfeit $ 'J.2d. Beit enacted by the S Inl tan House of Reprc- I icrlion was caused by unusual or cruel treatment, i' cheeks I'll to to atone for his past un
You'wi i'l'! tol,. tarl: to encourage, the formation I A IWecll. tall for 3 year olds, one mile heats. senlatives of ihe United States of America in Coii.ress ,, the mariner shnll be discharged, and receive, in addition ,) starve first. He then said wolhiness of so much love and devoted a ess,
of Volunteer Cwinpinies, throughout the Territory. I Subscription five bales of Cotton offour hun {. assembled, As follows: lo his wages to tire time of 'the discharge, I} there are plenty of books to be bought besides he is no man, and deserves not the form lie

The Exccutue wiil hu'c pleasure: in endl"v'JU! r dred pounds weight each-for Cm two bales. I First. The duplicate iit of the crew of any vesj three months' pay ; and the officer discharging hi.n I this; why do you love this Bible so much?' wear Tlie consequence to the third

to procure fur t-urli Compacu-s arms and accoutreoontc. 3d. A sweep-stake fi.r 3 year old two mile heals j j FSuWription =el bound on a foreign voyag", made omit pursuant small enter up 'n time crew list and shipping article, j lIe repliel, 'No book has stood my friend so in this domestic romance is, that he is party
Tie Tail ihas--ce Guard*, time In !ieptniltni I $JOO-forfeit $10. i to the act of February twc-.ity-eiglit, eighteen hun Lie caii. of discharge, and the particulars ia which I much as Bible.' 'Why, what has again
my without
'
City Crjs, the 11!; Volunteers and the Contrc.TJilc 4h.: ,t Ihr dj-Ciil Purse, not tl eceed $300 out bed and thre!, shall!! be a fair copy in one uniform U 3 cruelty or unusual t'calmcnt consisted, audaisscribe 1 Bible done for ?' said your a help meet, his household without a
he.
lie
; Il8>.*ar8, wit I bold Ihcnihclves in rpadnoKK: to of tie funds of lie Association,one mile heals. |hand-writirijT, without erasure or interlineation.Second. the name thereto officially. you answered, presiding goddess, and his children again de.
naicliwltorrterand, w'lencvt-r they may be directed 3 bet in 3.- fur all the competitor: in the I U Ihal be the duty of the owners of Eighteenth. If any consul or commercial agent. 'When I was a little boy, about seven years prived ot that care and instruction sa necesda.

,and the pub "' ccrvice may require.You I foregoing' Mukes, agreeable to the rules of every such vel"e'' to obt.iin from the collector of the I snail neglect or omit to perform, seasonably the of age, I became a Sunday sholar in London; ry to their tender years. For one to supply

"'II facilitate. a much a possible the or. HariJi'Cap Races. Llntrarcc: $2. customs of the district from which' the clearanct !I JOuLe hereby imposed upon him, or shall he guilty through the kind attention of my teacher, I this important deficiency in his domestic circle .
ptmzation of the Regiment; intended !1lr' the U. S'I To lhc above APS ciation tiu are now about made a l true and certified copy of the shipping arluhF of any malversation or abuse of power, he shall be I soon learned to read Bible this Bible
he
my is
urvice-tlic Cup.ulel'orlpISIhi.'h: ; ; will bo I thirty jbscribers. Gentlemen \\i.hinc i to becomemembers ,containing the I.amel ol the crew, which shall I 'table! to any injured person for nil damages occasioned I now advertising in our colur..ns-;
mustered out Guise Territorial crvice; they are loj! are requested to call on the Secretary, be written in a uniform hand, without erasures or thereby ; and for jjl malversation and corrupt young as was, showed me that I was a sin. we commend him and his cte la the kid

be recrivpd inlu the U. S. we:vice for ihn term of,j and subscribe their flimes.Tallahassee !. ill cai.e:I ions. I conduct in office, he shall be liable! to ind.ctnient ; ncr, and a great one too, it also pointed me to consideration of such of our fair renders as

three months. each company t\ il! cousM ofCI I I'ri- Third. These documents, which shall be deemedto ,' and on conviction by any court of competenl the Saviour, and I thank God that 1 bave are so situated as to make his wants of tha
Tile*, 1 Ca'Um| 1 Ul LII'ct ] hcrond Lcut. 41 (Florida) Races. cont.1 all the conditions of contract witl thc-!I jurisdiction: shall! be fined not lc-s than one nor found mercy at the hands of Christ; a id I Jeast interest to them.
HJJ ANNUAL: I :MEETING i FOR 1811 will I ;j :iiore than ten thousand dollars and be
,
Snfir.is, 4 Corporalsand 3 lU.CII18.: T crew a to their It'CI.C, pay, voyage, and other j j imprisonednotiess am not ashamed to confess him before the
Mtv muni be icrcd: lo the U. S.; Bur w.tl not 1 co mm i nee over time Mirion Courso, thing, shall he produced by the master, and laid I than one nor more ,ive ycau.irtelecllth. world.' From the Ct'uuihun) Arjus.

b rcceivd; t>u< !I i arc the instructions from \\'a.,hotOI I On Wednesday, the 13th January next, before auy consul or other comr.iercial agent of the \ If any master of a vessel shall pro' THE INDEPENDENT TREASURY.
; ; but Sit the *B me time, you wiil caut-c it In and continue 4 dajf free for in Umlcd Slates, whenever he. may deem their contents eecd on a foreign voyage without the documentsimercirm To try him still further. six shillings w'erc If evidence
be di"imcllj' uudcri-lood, that the C'JIHlaJdcrin.chlefbl oriJa. or tlc lower COUltu'.11Cr..sled. Georgia and I necessary lo enable him lo discharge the duties I required: or refuse to produce them when! then offered him for the Bible. 'No,' said he, any were wanting of the extent

flea rea"1 lo be lulii-fii-d. willi! the roiidudof I AIAb.... I I imposed upon hun by law, toward any mariner required, .>r perform the Julie imposed by this act, 'for it has beergny support all the way from to which the minds of the people of this co-en-

U"i))s in lurida. upon nuny trying orcaiignu FI.1 HAT-A Jo key Club Purse of $lOO-1 app!) ing to him for his aid or assistance. I* or sisal! violate the provisions! thereof, he shall, be London, hungry and often have I set try are enslaved by a feeling of dependenceupon
weary
mid in pel that they 'haw often I I Fourth. All inlcilmeations, liable to each and individual the Banks
: mile 'heats.J erasure.% cr writing | every injured thereby, down the it migb: be found in
side great
ciinccd a va'.or: and patriotism worthy the iniiiaUuu ECOND DAI-A Jockey Club Purse of$200-2 in a 'hand d.lTt-renl hum t"atl which such dupli-f'! 'in damages,anJ shall in addition thereto, bo liable by way to read my Bible, and abundance in the honest conviction
vf muii. I II mile heals. I yates wero originally made, shall be deemed fiau-i j,,11.1 p iy a fine of one bundled dollars for each and have ft.und refreshment for it.' Thus did wUch

am, Sir, try resp tt fully, yr. ob. !UJlUBr.KTItAY.MU.NU I TIRf DAT-A Jocky Club Purse for $.V0-3 dultiti Dllelatiol"vurkng no change in such pa-i'i j I.'every oflence, to ''x recovered by any verson siiing I II. he eXfpripnf"p Ihl "nna"I....._ h.: t1.. V.I that rests it upon is the mind nf n njint+iKg-*. _,
: REID, mile heats pciK, unless !valiaftelortly eiplainedin! a mangier} ihciflor in any court of the united Slates mis mist, when he said, 'Thy comforts had refreshed impossible for the people or the

Governor of Florida. I FovftTH Ihr-lroprictor's Purse, $ OO-l 1 mile I consistent with) innocent purposes, and the provi. :! the district where'.lIch delinquent may reMde or his soul.' He was then asked, 'What country to get aloug without them as they
Col. Jonx GRAHAM. Adjt. &. Inrp. Genl. FJa. Ma heats. 3 b tt in 10 per cent. sions of law which guard the rights of m.rin"f. I I be {Ilnd. will do when now exist. This conviction manifests itself
!
to !
you get Liverpoolshoud
{ you
Twentieth. It .hai! time
be of the hoard-
And the I'olloxvmj! Swiep-stukesaie n( w Fifth. Any the Uni'.od States and in duty I in their
open cu"llof 1 strong opposition to which
: .MASTr.lt ; DUAL'S ( I I uncln refuse take in? The every thing
( to
QUARTEIl OFFICE your
ing officer to report all: violation! of ibis act lo the you reply
and will be for before the there resid '
: arejiliti. nt at
rUI Ihry case IK wHe < a foreign port, or lie [ they think
FLORIDA :i I.J 1.T4LUI4lSEE.J I Jo, key Club II ICC i- first days. IK unable! to his duties, then commer- j'cs.lIetor of the port wheru any vessel may arrive may excite a blush in many Christians. 'My may operate unfavorably upon the
,. fltb! 1.1-10.() I tln'c I ducharse any I'land Banks and hence their
y : FH.S1 DAV -A P..I..,akf8. free for all ago*, 2 cial agent of :tH.I. authorized to per the Collector thall report the same to the! Sec- Bible tells me,' said he, 'when my father and ; strong opposition to
FaLLOW rITi7ENs-I am 1..hutl.II\l Ei- I Iekney nii.'c "..ts SUI-Clr.tl'I iji OJ, furelt0( ; to b(- j f form audi duties may, upon the application: of both ,i rear: <>f the Treasury and lo the attorney of lhe mother forsake me, then the Lord will take the. Independent Treasury.
ROUT ; col- .
: lo lo United
proceed district.Twontyfjrbt.
I.AVMO.MI run for before the Jockey: CJuli Rare, on time fr.t.l j the master and any mariner of the v< n ssel under Ins Stales in Ins The Faking it for granted that we cannot
tUilltle Muk.'t'l Rifles Slut Guns and .\ me up. man could no further, for get
re.o iIrroienlc. i- I day of the next T 1:1.11:l ::. ec Jockey Club ?. | command discharge such mariner if lie thinks it I This act shall be in force from go along without the
HIt' lisle bien dfl.vcred to I tears cheked his utterance and both present banking system let
may you by 3 2>Lb cribers necesitary to m.Je a tiace. cxpeiJien', without requi'i'ig, the payment of tlnee ard after the first day of October next ; amid shall I they examine the
" Lu ,-redtTe"sur. ThoKf who arc in J>OSCMOII ol ( SECOND DAT.-A flakes for ihree yfar I month' wage?, under the provisions of the act ot not apply to vessels which have sailed from ports I wept together. They had in their pockets, us results to which such an ad.

ueh I(Irl:tu thc Territory a.o rqu''i lcd to ol's, 1 uufr heats. :uL.crlltJ\\eJ $200; forfeit 100; I I the twenty-eighth of February! eighteen hundredand of time Ul'led Stats before that time. tickets as rewards for their! good conduct. mission must lead : That monopolies and exclusitfe .

this deliver I undcr.-ii'nod immediate, or tl.it agent of.thc at I'I i to be run for Leforc Club Race on the', three, or any -jthcr turn ot.money. Approved, July i.0th, 18JO.Rrs from the school to which they belonged, and privileges are opposed to the spirit of

a 'C Ofeeforh"I'h nlerllled arms Tlc in required for the return defence of! secoid. day vf the next Tallaluasec Jockey Race.I Club Ii j I Sixth. Any consul, or other commtil. : agrnt, thankfulness! and humility were visible in all our government and the genius of our institutions .
f. 3"Subs ribers necci-ary to make a aUo, on such j iint tcrio.s PUBLIC=1.1.4. and that they in their
the frontier, and fil'Jlcr prosecution of the war may j discharge any [ ] their deportment. ; are, tendency
ifimst n"e I THIUII DAT.-A Swcej'-stakci-( 2 year olds, 1 i| mariner, on such terms as will: in his judgment, .I A RESOLUTION to authorzo: tie Prf sidcul to and operation, destructive of the
tIle. foe I mile out. t $1UO; forfeit 30; lo bef At night these two orphans, bending their rights and
ubbtription tIme United Stales from I
the dispose of certain from the Imaum urI
It ii lo hoped that this call will I liability support presents interests
'in rot t I t of the is
D up people,
nude in tain. you run fur before the J. tkey Club Race on the third |j xuch manner, if the master gives hs: voluntary as ,I Muscat and the emperor ot Morocco. knees at the side of their bed, committed a proposition which

b ltctfulj; your (,!ht. rfr\.l. I day of the neztTallabasreciockey Club Race. 3'f sent to such terms, and conform thereto. ;. i Resolved by the Sen a to and house of Repre!cn- themselves to the care of their! Heavenly father but few, in tli-s; section of the country at

JOHN B. CO! LLNS Subscribers nerchsary to nuke. 1 I Itacc.: I Sevclth.'Iel a mariner i is so discharged, lhe latives of the Ur.itrd Stairs of America, in Ccnjresf -to Him whose ears are open to the pray least, will be found hardy enough to deny;
'. Sui.criJlti.n to tin- above Stakes can be made by di'eImar2imm him make official assembled, Ttat the President of the United nor will it be denied that our
U.uaiti an Banking
1\litcr !no' ; : Ihal entry ers of the and destitue and to him who system
__ i I letcr a dre-.ld lo th-s Secretary oflbe Talaha..ee. : J Ji ihncof upon thc list of crew and the shipping I. Stales be, and he is hereby authorised to dispose poor ; I is a monopoly. If then, the
J Club' time before the 15h day has said, 'Call me in the day of trouble country cannot
HEAD QUARTERS FLORIDA j i tkry any ff I'S. I 11J in such lime and manner as he shall sec fit, of all upon ; without it it
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S 11.11.\Orncr., j.| ci-riibcr. next, when they will be cosed; the entry to i ii J Irllc JI: &htl.! Whenever any master hill ship a I!i 'such of the presents to the Government of the I will deliver thee and thou shalt glorify me.' get along follows that it is ne.

TalahalH'c, Florida, July 5th, 1U40.GIIttL j jOKDtr. i be r aim d the t\'euil before the Race. the Ma- ncr in a f-igl port, he "'1.1 forhwith: take :the j I j jj United Slate as have been sent from the luiaum ofi The next morning, these refreshed little wanderers cessary to the prosperity of the country to
I Mr. F. P. GEl OW is now engaged at ; i Muscat, the of Morocco aol cannot continue the existence of a which is
and Emperor
-%O. 10. ITI i! f.-r j j lint of hum crew, the dupicate! of .he shipping j ji or rose early, dressed themselves for their system
OI"I" in Mi- i rI; Course, and has opened Training Stables :i' nrtich I to the consul, or the person w ho discharge I iconveniertly' : be deposited or kept in the Depart and set for the of destructive of the rights and interests of the
lion : journey out town
1.'girtnll of have < Liverpool
tie
1' I Itia <,f Ibm f'OIIIUdln' I'j (the uccoiiiinodatiuu gentllm.nhl I'. (Lisa duties of the office that port, who shall make ment of Stale, and cause the proceeds thereof Ube ; people. This is an absurdity inlerms.Mr. .
Tfrit..rIltrll.mit to this oflire a train.1r.. Gcr ntll known as an a and lie who the when
\tl w is experttnncd ; the placed in iho Treasury of the United States. may ravens they cry,
thereon f rth the
lirtofihc entries ,
contract
pro?< selling Dawson in
: or (orrl liole Odcerl'inelr Trainer; and the fullot eoufd.lce maybeplaced and deiibiiijr the person of the marine'; and there \r'rmved.Juiy 20th, 1840.fllary.. hear and answer their petition, guide them. a speech which he lately

o.lhrl! CIt'I'e: tOllmald"_. ti.gcllier tC d.te. in his .maiiBgciiicnl Hurf minil- I upon, ihVbond o'i<:inally given for the return of the -'- -- through time and bless them in eternity. delivered in Congress upon the subject of the
I IeBy THUS. BnOW .
AppOitnllt ted to hIM chart'o. i I etubrare cd.I I rech rter of the Baukaofthe District
tuch
order of His ml'l, Ih.ll pi rnon so khip[> of Columbia
C-v. II. R. nEW, and } :.
tlcelenCy Irf Proprietor I
Secretary
From
the
O. GRAHAM, I I July- b "" I I Ninth. When any mainlfhal complain that VheI I I remember when a school boy, creeping N< w.tk San. saidThe Baaks ot this District

Adjt. and (tntp., Gt-nl. F. M.READACUIZ 1'ROCLAMATIO I voyage is rontinucd contrary l I.is agreement, or I ItI (down stairs one night, after companions A TOUCH OF THE ROMANTIC. have two millions and a half of dollars due to
DY KOUKUT IIAVAIONU ), ,., ho h*. Tulfiilcd his ronlracl, the consul or "with master's One bt" those rare in this from the
; SICK oit EnVOU$. ICU other commercial like were asleep, to spend ati hour cases republic, in them citizens, hose notes they hue
Tilt OF FLORIDA. agent performing dulies, may in sitting room. BeforeI which a woman unexpectedly finds herself in discounted the amount of their
Mtrivdnary reputation that Dr. KpohV (I\'rlsal examine into the daughter a private paper in cir.
that by an : of the
known
"tndc to ar-
i if me, 10'IC inspection
t&iimitig tttmdy,fur ihig dii-t.-efcHinij complaint is i-vcry day I \117IEnr.\S. it Air.RK'HTH: : of J.Hk"1: Co.. ,; tides of agreement; and if on the fare of them. ho had been with her ten minutes, her moth the romantic situation of the lawfully married culation is about 65OO0O, ; the specie in

That j i. complaint to I.e weliouldc' he shall: ilinI er's footsteps was heard so suddenly in wife of two living husbands, occurred in this their vaults is about 420,000; now taking
n1 h
in .
e lur t( \ in suflVr.ng hKould "have int'Jiciprev -xihtei'H.lliuut a charge of.I ,!cr, l,\ made isis escape from said I charge the! mariner, if he require of the passage, that it was impossible for me city last week, the particulars of which are these 8120,000 from the $650,000, and it
any ni-c.i/vcry or any II j time master un advance, beyo-d the lawful claim '
imsi iti e or cure, u truly a s-ibject of mucli jail.. :ind is in vi at Uige : of such mariner of three month I to retire without being discovered in my in this wise : Some years since, the first jeaves about 8200,000 to pay, while they
,
reIet 1 U but Or. 8. now a-tun ti! puMic that I Inadi REID NOW Govt KNOU' of. YI'Florida. That, by I\,'virtue ROBERT ofthe RATMOND aUI.r-1 I Jed in the act ol February twenly-ritrht wa"s ,as ei provid.hter i exit. 'Hie door by which I entered lay too husband of the woman, who was not the have two millions and a half to receive," and
nior
the mOt remedy l...been invented Ui will convince ,''ilv visteil, in me by law, du In reby offi-r a RKJWAUDOF .IJIn.d and tlir e; and in cat>" Ibe lawful clainii of far for me tn hope that I could reach it be- brightest man that ever lived, went on a whaling :Mr. Dawson argues that the'Banks must be

Ir credulous.niie| and Tin! principles: upon vluc!| it j 'I WO I1UNIED! DOI.LAnS.f.rtle ; luch marine are not "paid uj.on his discharge 11p fure the lady would open that which stood voyage, leaving: his wife in rather a des rechartered or they will run the people, and

:t.'ieoiiitiUiit| HhethereuliedSck plain. Il it adiitiUcil IJeidicbilous fact j I' apprehension of thc aid fugitive, nnd I.il safe ar.ar. hall from that time bear in intereir of oppjsite, A discovery would have been terrible titute situation, though in a condition more draws a mournful picture of the ruin and distress
er delivery f jailor, 01 other officer of time Tern.I twenty per centum; Provided, however If th. than for wile that must follow when the Banks
led.dl IU.1 primarily: Ir"mi tit I 'uny him. I xnl or l'Ircldlulul, satixfieu cUI'-1 to both of us, notwithstanding our en- "interesting" pleasant a with no sue the
to I.tt.r cO )
H'e rficu.- '" 1,1 think they ii.ive the Nervousturn. I tory of'FloriJa IJr auII.II.od ant jllen-aitli recI'e is about thirty contruct ban expired, ..r tie voyage h111 I.en protraclid I tire innocence of heart and purpose Whatwas better pecuniary prospect before Her than that I people and sell them out,and tho stockholders
said' years
".IC*"J'Ie"file' *I ttl eij..t! .,mnc inchei high, durkyi bJ c rtunutanvc" bc}>md time control of IIH 14.le.I U be done ? which then stared her in the t face. She 1 become the purchasers of a.U the property.

C' "atcd' .t or l'b'llla'-cj ril c-''', that tl.e syi-letu has bcUdtl I I age s and hair fce, and rath"T hard of hearing; formerly !j IUd uttlioul any de.-ign on his pa: t to violate. l.e! Mary placed her finger on her \Ii?, looked however battled against the difficulties which This same cry has been and is now rung all

uil out/, through I the name< Uirt'uS"clnnnel thc' imiut atoammacim thy, I Vom Gf"rgllVlklluc counly. I jui4.rlllel, discharge of abipment.time manner then with he ma exacting) if bo thu deems three it towards mv door, and as her mother opened surrounded her, with great fortitude and perseverance f over the cotmtry.and we confess that we were

Izpect funrT, rlllorllol, uf time' natural and lnitl'.hyi I Given r.nder my hand, and the seal 'I month's additional "pay.T the other, apparently by accident snuffed out and maintained herself reputably; I deceived by it, until we haVe investigated the

tuied i, t'lt' "J'lc''H I.bjeel l. V r. S1Isots'e' @ of llr Territory of Florida, this I < mmtl*. All .hipml'ul ot seamen, made contrary the candle The act was so delicately timid and in the course of time became a mQther. 1 matter a little. "The people are in debt to

lur I'm' SumlncmmtIy caleul ted to altuiu. Tin-' i I Itfih day of July. 184U.1SEID.Uy I IM the Jrovlliunl ff tins and other act nf Congress, that the old woman saw her using the snuffers Shortly after this interesting event, a permanent the Banks; you mast not touch the Banks, if

W IOOtr fcuflVlir p'fkitiun with.e c.innol' b., runtr"vcrt'd, and I ROBERT RA\101 hll!! ; any seaman so tl.ippcd, mny but Mary so hemmed in the light with home offered itself for her acceptancein you do they will sue tbjiiiutiu people and ruin

C"fltd of j I uc fcOOJcr || headache, .uiferingi.br.end me I L/t,I. McCAXTs ijovrnor,:Sccrelary of Florida. ..\ the i-civicc at any lime, a'td
i?I.ItOr&tio"n&' of hullh. wllltel.. Jhon ;.;edge. hiss July 2 b'lldd I for Iho voyage rate of, wages or the paid sum! to agreed any seaman to be given shipped htm I my trembling person, crouched as I husband occupies a respectable office under \ conclusion to be drawn from this ?.

L. e t reputation on 1.11 The remedy e District of Florida. at his I was, behind my young love's chair. During the city government, and who had four children Why, that whenever a Bank H chartered, it

LII(iii III Qcsdmiy I at tt e .putlo"iric / I" kin Superior Court. nktcnlh.5lulmcul. be the duly of consuls and I the bustle attendant on the illumination of the to take care of. As the gejeral assistant :'is fastened upon the country forever; aye,

d1, ''trtln Iud or .uurl'u iunlulbl"of stomach tl. reme- V8. Vl'o NvembrTeW,1 I s40. commercial, a ciils to reclaim. deserters and candle at a miraculous dull fire, I crawled of this lady in her domestic duties she was ; forever; that il is a soulless, but an undying
I l ;
IIDe> I t'ii flOw adopted: u by a Ie'n'rallaliJ many of time- James P. Worth. Aliachmont) ) Afsumpxit lor $I34. Iciiancc IsuLnrd'lalol by every means ditOUn-1 towards the door and escaped. duly inducted and soon became a great favorites worm, thst is to prey upon the vitals of the

10 Im.ciI te.ptb 1o fgmnji. It never 11llrll time Damages above{" $3000 named- defendant, and all -other their ,power; nnd where the local lend their uiJ What's that ?' asked old Mrs. T. 'What's she well deserved to be-with the people while they have any thing left upon
and I
ur for lhat to
V I'ducc* of the riled THE notified the I employed purpose the ?' whole family. it feed. Though it be char
I Ph'&. any "I'leasant iulerenlid, are hereby. o UK their exertions lu Ihit end in the most effectualmanner. that galloping across floor w hich can may
lrtCl'OBl for instilulion of tho above named suit and are here Peter's Mastiff puppy, I suppose ; the About three :years since the female head of tered for but twenty years, yet when its char
u k e
LJ accompany t. tilIION( etth} botlle., M. D. by rrquin-d to .appear: and plead to the to the statute declaration! such I Twelfth. I If the first officer, or any officer and a brute is always here, cooly replied the lass. this t family paid the debt of nature; and so ter is about lo expin-, it is only necessary to

: Proprietor and Inventor., fled m the and saiie, according ir majority oftlie crew of any vessel snail make complaint great was her confidence in her assistant, that; :!| raise the cry that "it will ruin the people," in

I Fo sat I(in Tatalal, ""y case made fovidld. July 1840. f in writing that *he is in an unsuitable condition Mary thou blue eyed .love of boyhood, her dying request to her husband was, that j: order lo force a renewal of lhe charter.
Jlh
_.JtADtADOLpfl& LEWIS. I JAMES A. BEItTIELOT.Att'yfori'rff.. I to upplu-d go t(I' with a, because fcailk, fche rigging is leaky, anchors, or insufficiently 01 any where art thou 1 Many time have you andI he should keep her in his family as the guar. ,I I But ibis nolhn of lhe immense? indebtedness

AV! OUDIVAIVCE' luly 18 51 other equipment, or that the crew is insufficient to mingled our tears, until the fair tresses that dian of his children, and superintendant of his i'' of the people to the Banks is a mistaken one.

'led *'?'0J d llUllricc r"lillcd .An Ordinance NOTICE I man her, or that her provisions, store* and sup wantoned on thy peachy cheek were dampas household, as long as he could possibly do so. It is true that the Bunks report a great amount

t sttlt from hereby ( 'en.that I aisali institute suit in the plies are not, or have not been, during the voyage, the vine tendrils, The husband religiously fulfilled the itijunc-''of"notes discounted,' and by this pious/raud

tc and bopl on the keeping day open" IS County Court of Lron county, upon a niorl- I sufficient and wholesome, thereupon, in any olIhrse .. Wet wi' the blots o' dew." tion of hi* departed wife, and he found hu ; the impression is made that the people owe
Pused April 28. executed to 1M'. by Ferdinand LeBleux or like CK ses. the consul or commeicial agent,
and
181. I ago m-do shall alas! because we too reward in the faithful, kind and unexceptionable the Banks a large amount of money beyond
l Lot No. forty-three ((43)) w iho putb I who may discharge any duties of a consul, appoint because- were youngto
BI it ord"ined.<1 n/ the Inlendant and upon in which: his and his children's the amount they have in circulation. This i is
tll'i i I half of tho County quartcr.s cU'JU ol Und. itualo, two disinterested, competent practical mon, be married. We swore at Christmas to manner
City ol .1alah"st That from and and that I shal with maritime to examine into nol true. A large, and we believe by far the
of l 'lying and. being in Leon county ; acquainted af.ur be constant and patient until midsummer, and interests were promoted.
_lrbue t *, tavern a. ordinalce". and all, all other bar-rooms.place.prilou' ., apply according to law, for the forecioure of ..aldmorti'r the causes of complaint, ahll. in their report find then defy fate, and run away. But it was In the mean time nothing had been heard largest portion of these notes are what are
,
defects and they
what any
which slate defcencie. husband of the faithful house. called Stock Notes.
ap or doom to behold and know from the absent technically
Ylnou liquor are h7KliCIUaLdESd'yCK8TEIN.une7 be well founded .. in their judgment our never each
aJ'I d! 111 be deemed to be included 4fl w 4 to ought to be done.el t put I the vessel in order I other again. Perhaps I see thee daily, dark keeper. The vessel in which he shipped Very many honest and inteVJrjcnt men,
*tb1blt specified in the ordinance to of with four others and dar. who have investigated but little of machinery
ia ta-a
-b -oI1ftzL. for the conlou.nel voyage. eyed girl ; and tbou eest me, but time has sailed company

't tmfspjrgtoui nment or finrl, 8 liquors.fa a* relates to the A WAV from the Subscriber, residing, neir Thirteenth. That inspectors 1 appointed shall made such havoc with our look, that thou ing their voyage three of the. five were of this system, very naturally snppusa

a 2 IL furt1er i4'ncd.< That the Mine RAN en Tuesday night, tW 30cb of have full power to examine the vessel" and what. dost neither recognize me nor I thee. Well, wrecked, and nearly every soul on board that when a man subscribes for Bade stick,

'ball 1 imposed for violations of this or. I June last, au. old African Negro,.named He Aleck hired, be-to ever ii aboard and also of her to, as hear far and.U receive pertinent any to other their well; my girl j we had our happy hours !- perished. Among the lost the absent husbandwas I i.he truly and bona fide pays in, in actual cob,

a t a. fur violations of Lh ordi- I lonito'DuponWof R. J.- Auclioiwer was of: proof inquiry I which the ends of justice may requira and poor iboU as we were., Little did you or I supposed to be; and the deserted wife i I the amount required by the charter tale paid

P-:t1&a 13Ui am.DimeDI.day of I this m. l.afJanua.eUy. a.bt by la1l.y.b. given fo jal it noon r a view of the whole proceedings the eon dream, when you used to clasp me to your had long mourned him as dead. Such h:w. in; but those who are experienced m <.hes3

te L A. Jul"18., I I spprcbeui Wn in any jail of the Territorir. A aU sal I or other commercial agent .bal be satisfied budding bosom in the little oaken parlor at ever; was not the fact. Whether he was or matters, understand the thing much barterI1 -

CrItdDt''I costs pai bl beDI delivered to me in Talaa.e there*Ufa, b may shill approve the such w approval or any part and of if ._-Rouae, that I should love and kisa so was not on board one of the wrecked vessels I I They pay in their promissory cotes,and keep
,
111. I july 5 JOaN a LLyJ. the psport, ane certify !





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the money to speculate\ upon .in some other 1 may be true, just now; but that is the fault of!I make HUdigestions," and contrary is pro- I'j' and unwavering hand can register the hour order right of t for freemen. a I new allude election t his celebrated in 1831, contest At the commenced adoption of th Cnittn""t "
and
holding ,
way. For instance: a Bank is chartered the present state of things, and not of the In. duced by easy conversations, a pleasant pro. |.and days of affectionate and silent weepings with sovereign p
the
people
treated the
The farmer can send I welcome a lively companion. of midnight watching? Who pen the bright. which was by ,I ties Federal and Democratic
.4 with a capital of five hundred thousand dollars dependent Treasury. j ject news, or his vainglorious Reubare
twenty per cent. to'be paid in before the his cotton to New York, and sell'it there, and | J: CiUtlOW' wives not to entertain their husbands i I Jest I fcopesthe instances of unrequitted love contempt, as they wll present out of- I divided on it. It assumed the '
capital
make
effort Whig
to a Na.
Bank commences business the stockholders then go into the streets here, and sell the with domestic grievances about children or t-the loneness and sorrow of the confinding I tionnl debt-a funding shpe
; I Tallahassee. system-an,!
give their notes to the bank for one hundred New York funds for the same premium that sermnts, not to ask for money, nor produceany heart-the deep corroding cares of the mind, I the recent occurrences E. E.at BLACKBURN. I National Bank question. In other a .

he could for the In 1819 and bills unreasonable when neglected and forgotten as it were, by
and twcnty.five thousand dollars; the.Bank get specie. unpaid nor propound wor te
commences business upon'these promissory 1820, people who had specie sold it for a or provoking questions ; aod advise husbandsto him who i:dearer to her than life-when all August 15, 1840. I money power-in the shape of a ;

notes, which are called in the Bank reports on premium, and then we had a United States keep the cares and vexations of the worldto around is sore and desolate..whe.i the garnered For the Floridian. I system-arrayed against the riht and 1 ink

one side of the account 8125,000 "Capital Bank instead of the sub.Treasury. But sup. themselves, but to be communicative of stores are wasted, and tho wells dried up, Mr. Editor-A writer in the last Star, rests of the great body of

I stock paid in," and in the same report, on the pose the banks: do what they ought to do, pay whatever is comfortable and cheering and aid the flickering black uoon the hearth I under the name of Paul Pry," cal upon I artful coirbinations,and insidious people By
and
other side of the account, they are called specie for their bills, who will pay a premiumfor amusing." W:1es, and goes out and leaves her in sol.1 the Commissioner of Tallahassee, r infor. approaches this has gd
_
.. power risen
"Notes discounted," and it goes out to the specie then? What will then be the operation .. -- -- itide, in silence and in tears ? But her affections mation about a contract recently made for the that t a t

r world that the people owe the Bank this much. of the Sub-Treasury? The banks of The Proof thickels.-'he following statement wane not, slumbr not, die not execution of some wood work in the capitol. 1t encourages it to grasp at an absolute! con*
of the Hon. John Fowler, formerly a their I trol and dominion
; 1. Now, it may be very readily perceived this city will, we have no doubt, resume on The brilliant may down all .To the cal for information, the Commission.. over the countr. Dis

k that, upon the winding up of the affairs of the the 1st of October; what then will these men member of Congress from Kentucky, settles gladdening beauties; nature array herself in I ler( we presume, have no objection. I guise itself as it may, this the real
black-cockade .
4 Bank, this $125,000: can l he very easily paid do with their specie Why, the Postmaster, the question of Harrison's farther doubt guy flowers, bright hopes and friends, kind I( The object, it is evident. is not for this purpose, t test that is now before the people. CD.
or dispute.
is off; all that is necessary is, to hand over to or one of his clerks, goes to the tailor to pay Federalism beyond friends, may greet with laughing Countenance Ibut] for the ignoblo one of !low insinuation On this subject we shall, from

each man his note, which represents the for his coat, or to the tavern keeper: to pay for From the! Louivill! Advertiser.PilOOr and glad heart, but all avail naught. One j i.against the Commissioner and the contractors,I our views time to 1 tim

I amount he ought to have originally paid in: his board, and pays him in specie. What OF 1Altl-O8 mING: BLACK kind look-one soft, affectionate accent, the: Messrs. Hoyt & Johnson, as being engagedin I give coolly and calmly, but ear':
'
;f and this great debt, "due by the people to the: will the tailor and'tavcrn keeper do with it? COCKAUH rF.DEUALIST. J unequivocal evidence remaining love ; one: au arrangement to defraud the Govern I nestly. We wish to appeal to the cam,cool",

Bank," is paid off Will any body be fool enough to give a pre. We have just received from xington, the \ ,milc like that which wooded and won herI ment, against the latter, of a base sale 1 deliberate judgment of the people. The '

It is true the large stockholders who con. mium for it in bills! when he can take the bils: following, important correspondence : j heart, would enkindled brighter, and deeper,I of ane votes. The character of these gen.,1 terests involved are too important to m

I ;. trol the Bank and elect' themselves directors, and get specie for them at par at the Bank? Capt. John Fowler isewcll known to every i! and lovelier emotions at its fountain, than tlcmen is too well known to need commendation ctded on under the influence of b d.

I. sometimes require the small fry, who are not Mustian or Saltmarbh gets a draft on the Post I prominent man in Kentucky, and his word I j heaven, with nil its splendor and earth with from m: ; and this disingenuous attack, passions, the feelings the appeals to the

p in the secret, and who do not understand the: office for two thousand dollars. What will I I will not be questioned in cay part of the: I all its bauties. and gay associations. before a time sooner or later, will meet its fellow prejudices of our

: game to pay in a part or the whole of their he do with it? lie is not going to haul it all I West. A veteran in the couse of Jeffersonian I Oh }young man, ever be to the young reward, and receive from the community the 1 men.Ve wish to enlighten and con.

) share of the money, for this gives them the: along the line, to pay for his corn, fodder, and I principles, now far advmced in life, and. I bird what thou scemest now to be; disappoint: credit it so richly deserves. But as to the vince the judgment-and relying on the good

r double advantage of running their notes for his blacksmith bills, but he will go to the having no object in view save the prosperityand I her not 1Vhat has she not given up to thee;; sense and good intentions of the
facts : the of tho rooms in the mass of
I : their share, and of borrowing out what the: bank, and exchange it for their bills. Why? future happiness of his country, Captain What sweet tics that hound heart to heart, building now furnishing erected for the capitol being: fellow citizens, we trust with confidence o

r .others pay in. Because it is more convenient to carry the Fowler conies forward to establish an impor- hand to hand, life to life, has she not broken : that
to bidding, three were recciv. as we have a noble and
t: The great beauty of this system is, that a bills, and if any prefer the silver, ne can take: taut truth-the Fcderli:1 of Harrison, and off for thce ? Prove thyself worthy of all she open propoQals just cause to sppr
: cd by the Commissioner-that of Mr. Levi- the truth will find
its
} man, instead of bankhg! upon his money! can the bills and go and get it. the fact that he wore the Mack cockade duorin.r has sacrificed. Let it ever b her pleasure way to all who wi
: nus to do the work at 82345, Johnson ; di
I bank upon his promissory notes, and can not But we have said that those bmks: and those the reign of terror,' through the fierce a: now, to cling with confinding and lovoj &passionately examine, with an honest zeal to
i 82400 and Messrs. Potter )
: only use what money he has; in: some other men only who are operating without capital,. contest 1"of 1799 and 1800, 1.hel Democrats j, that arm.: Let it be her stay, her sUPIor and i 10\t The, Commissioner, exercising&:: a L find it, and follow the fair and upright course

I speculation, but can borrow more to add to it. have any thing to fear from the operations of were battling against the menorablo alien and j'jit shall be wel repaid. Here is an enduring, discretion which was undoubtedly his right, it points out.

All this time beautiful be the old John Adams, and strug. undying strengthen it S
: a showing can Independent: Treasury. sedition laws of Prosperity wi accepted the bid of Messrs. Johnson & Hoyt, We shall also expose in its manifold
made in a bank the knows that the of with France, a nation adversity will brighten it, for
report showing great Every body profits a I gling to prevent a war invigorate well known to the citizens as two of our the abuses of this and
1' amount of "capital stock paid in," and of T bank depends to a large extent upon its circulation L that' magnanimously assisted us in the achievemcnt aid give to it a diolallusture; : and loveliness! system the many [Dja.
best and mechanics and who
i most worthy ries hich it has inflated
f "notes discounted and Should! the hand disease fall thee and is now
unless there should I and in ordi.iary times, when every of our independence. upon infic.
have character main.
t be some heavy press, nobody wants specie, kind oi business is soberly running in its legitimate I Cnpt. Fowler's statement, and the affida. then wilt thou behold woman's love-wo tain. a He high did professional the bid of to Messrs. ing on the great mass of the people. Whoa
not '
}4, and the bills pass very well, [but if there should I channels, that circulation depends I j vit of Judge Price, are corroborated by the: man's devotion for thou wilt never witness Potter Fisher, because accept there that does not feel it? None but the

t be a "pressure," why then, they can all sus. upon the character of the bank f for solvency 'I real speech of General Harrison, delivered in her spirits wax faint and drooping at th) men, comparatively& they, were who did young not; o favored few, who thrive on the distresses of

pend together, each redeem its bill with "cur. and punctuality. III such times, banks which I j 1820, in reply to :Mr. Randolph, confessinghis couchVheu! thine own are failing, Sh : themselves citizens strangers of Florida having ti the many.
regard ,
p rent notes" of other suspended banks, and if arc known to be solvent and to be prudently .. friendship for the Black Cockade Admin. will: cling to thee like a sweet vine, and diffused as I Shall
resided here only about six months and these things continue
I. there is any thing said about doing any thing! managed, have greatly the advantage of those j j: istration-a fact his friends endeavor to con.i : I around the pillow those sweet influences; Shall this

with them, they show the amount of "notes which arc ef doubtful character in either of'i. ceal, by forging a speech for him, which i is i iI j'I and attractions that shall touch the master because they had done no work in- the place 1 state of things go on from year to year, from

... .- i:? discounted," and talk about how much the those points: because the planter who wishes I I part of the biography; of Harrison by Todd] I t I springs and nobler passions of thy nature. from and which ability he in could the execution feel satisfied of the of work.their, I period to period, whenever, from mismanage

!:. people owe the Banks, and how "the country to 'keep money by him, keeps the bills of the : and Drake, which the General had the hardihood i. I that will give new impulse to lift:! Her kind 1 skil believed it recommendation that : ment or design, it shall b the interests of the

will be ruined if they have to wind up and sue: i solvent bank, and puts off those of the doubtful to endorse. voice will be like music to thy failing heart:. offered to do it no for half what the others they: oppressor to cause it? This is for you, the

f lP the people." when all the time they are suing; bank. In times such as we had in 1633 I June 27lh, 1810. like oil to thy wounds Yes; she will raise were; people to decide. If choose
LeJtgtol undertake
: to it for. He well knew you to bow the
every body th3t owes them any thing, except and '0, when! there i is no demand for specie; 1 Dear Sir: answer to your letter of thee, restore thee, and make thee happy, if anything wiling I neck and submit
thisL work is in the the dearest while
their stockholders. F. r ourselves, we have i I when nobody wants it, and when one man's. date, I will that I was in Congress, L less than an angel's arm can do- it I cheap long run we mourn we must
; say
no doubt that of the "notes discounted," and I I note is as good; as allothl...':--, and' all bank bills I I i member, during the great struggle betwecr __ _, ___ ; and determined, even at a higher rate, to acquiesce in the will of the people-but our .

.' 1 now due the banks of this State, and "not in I I I alike; the bank which is operating upo: real. i iI !, Jcfierson and Adams, and know the fact tha: CO'Inr u IC"TIOXS. employ those who he k lew would do it, ando I best exertions shall b made to avert 9 direful
it well. He felt I I
,r- suit. at least two.thirds are the notes of I capital must either be driven out of circulation I William Henry Harrison, then a Delegate) doubt an anxiety to put beyond I( a calamity to ourselves and our posterity. We
fitockholders. If not, why did not all the: or exceed the bounds of in. I For (tie FI' n lian. a the completion of the work in time however
prudence, from the \orth't'st Territory, was upon I rely with confidence, that before the
f for the I I
S banks report last spring the amount due by order to keep from being driven out by the: I the side of Adams. lie vas a J JJ).. Mr. IMitor:-My attention has been called next Council ; and was unwilling to I yoke of a Bank domination shall
\ I If'a"e
stockholders, as required by law Taking reckless issues of those having no KRA LINT, and WORK : IUulCKCUCl to an editorial in the Star of last Tuesday, i in: any thing to uncertainty. If there are i I b irretrier.
Mr. Dawson's 1JJ which it is 1i those who think that the Commissioner was; i ably fixed upon us, that the eyes of the
for stated that Blackburnswaggered people
reasons rechartering the If it should exceed:: those bonds, and caPita1.I' l E! I do not his speech! Major I t
,
Banks of the District of h and blustered !bound to take the lowest bid, we would refresh opered to the true of
: Columbia as a good sure should corne upon the country of the United States ,, in every crowd he may b state things-to
on Arm !
.!: one, all that a bank has to do to ensure a renewal ently strong to compel them all to suspend j i though I have a file of the Aurora, in whicu passed menaced the citizens, and actually: their recollections, by pointing to the in. I I the real workings of the system.

r of its charter forever, is to take care together, then the bank: without capital has I his speech appears against: the reducing tho drew his Bowie knife, as it appeared, on a stance, in 1923, in which preference wagiven hI, EDWARD R. GIBSON.
that its stockholders! shall the Bank most peaceable and respectable citizen who to Benjamin G. Thornton, Esq., in a
owc a L largely the adrantatc.ltccaust the bills of the Army. My I health will not enable! me to answer :
; ,p large amount of inurcy, and lay the indebted good bank are bought for commercial purposes more fully with regard to the exiting '1 was unarmed." A remark of similar import : contract of about 823,000, although there I The Democratic Republicans must

: co' ness upon the people. As soon as we get !; while those of the doubtful bank arc scenes of that memorable period of our histo.: is contained in the address of Wm. P. i was an under bid from a respectable personfor I nize themselves ia all the counties org

,!t room we shall publish that speech, and dc\ote left to make the circulating: medium of the &c.. Duval, Wm. Wyatt, D. F. Wilson, T. Be- 83000 or 89000 less ; and this too approved t.Territory. They must make t

a chapter specially to it. country. For example: the banks of Co. I ry. Respectfully FOWLER. zeau, A. M. Gatlin, L H. Bryant, W. W. by the Legislative Council. We 1 I I exertion to diffuse every possible

!t1! We have made these remarks for the purpose lurnhus: redeem their bills with the bills! of the To JOI: Taylor, Thomas Brown and J. B. Bull, professing trust that the Commissioner will coiceive it i 1 1 l information among the
l of Capt. Henry D.mic.II due to himself to the piece by with the wcll disposed of the people- all those
: the pass
exposing humbug that has been I I banks of ,\'Igu1sta and; Savannah: ; some; of the I corroboration of Mr. Fowler's testimo.ny to be a committee of the citizens ofTallahassee among

r played off upon the people, upon the subject I banks of Macon rufj.-o to redeem with anv we have, from the Ohio papers, the following contained in the following extract silence which it deserves. I I r'whose fortunes are not indissolubly linked i

of the banks. We believe that there I : ,We know of no violence OXE AT A TIME. : with the abuses of the
the
are sumpbanks thing; consequence; is that the bills of the affidavit of Robert Price, li-q., a high. attempt i banking ss&m his

!.t in which a part of the capital has been I Columbus: lInks: are worth a premium in: I IIacoll. ly respectable citizen of Trmtll countv, i in I 1m the part of any of our citizens ; but i only by enlightening the public mind, by
;; actually; paid: in, ard: net borrowed back by Now officer, Major : this ToiiuiLi :
'u those who have it. ., it is clear that if a man has that State formerly, a Judge CountvCourt.and your own lckLlr on I letting the people know the truth, that we can
:$ paid Oul.L.. .. IUIL., ..,..1! tl.o the 5th, Vlm -----
I 11iI-&oflhose! !banks in known ; day, August () attempted, by --
extensively throii"h.'
l'' t' We now propose to show that tho--c banks Macon which do a man 0 T.tI4I4AIIASSIEFLItWA I hope or expect to relieve the and
; nut redeem, he will payout out the State: shewing his Bowie knife, and !by in ulin.1,,! : country

.f. ,' only which arc operating without capital and) give circulation! to thorn, while: he ill Uric Cuiinly Ohio, ss.Bcfirc .anti! inL-acing: manner and language, to il. KDWAKD produce an effectual reform of those abuses.
R. GIBSON
that have ar.y thing to fear: from the opera. carry the others and sell them to a merchantwho mo. Frederick P.'Stephciis, of] timidatc our citizens." EDITOR. ': Our opponents have a strong bulwark
one ------ -
-
-- ---
tioiss of the --- agis
luck-pendent Tr-asun', and that I wants Augusta or Savannah fund*; and the Judg.-'Sof the Court of Common Picas of Now, these charges are wholly} false and: Saturday, August 22, IS 10. '! which we have 'to contend. They pow.

I those which are based: upon ::actual capital., henll at once take them to the bank: for re.dumptiu .. I the of Eric, Robert untrue, both in letter and in spirit. is not =- ; ; --- -- icrflil and efficient .
County I '
personally which
appeared I blind
and :jI.tLE.lJE.ii reasons by to I II
? 01" 'I'Ili.U. :
are disposed to confim their STATES
; business Hence |
:i. it is found that much the i true that I used insulting and menacing language .I i'

:, within the limits of ordinary prudence ami I largest portion of the circulation: ot the country That Price he was, who.personally being duly acquainted qualified; with saith.Wil..: or. !that I.attempted; by shewing! my' jy>RTI.NIAJI\ JIBJJL :I and seduce the people. A half dozen banks i

t discretion, so far from having any. thing to is composed) of the bills of the weakest liam I Henry I I Harrison I the I Bowie klte, to intimidate the citizens. I ;-. .. = I I and agencies scattered through the Territory I

fear, have every thing to hope from its opera, banks; and when you hear a bank: man railing;, j I I dldi'.c fr the office of President presei.t( of Whig thug'can.I 1'ni-; : may appeal with confidence to those who In taking charge of the editorial department must necessarily exercise a powerful infiat I

i.:. lion. out ag.irst:: the Sub-Treasury. as: having ;a L I h ted States, at the time of the great political'I have known me in Florida, to say that my of the Floridian, it may be expected that t I|1 ence-an influence that can b counteracted
In order (
of the to a correct understanding: ; of this tendency; to injure the banks, you may sit it L j oxritument, when: the Federal: party wore the j course, in my public as well as in my privatreh.xtimu ; we should give some general outline of the I h only by organization on the part of the people I
it is
portion subject, .
; to down either that he
neccss-iry cx docs not understand his i 1 : Cnckadu! a badges If distinction. '| =, has been l the very opposite of what I course we shall The and and
amine some of the objections I hich j I BJ-irk i ; ( pursue. principles I by an active diffusion ofin1rmatioaamong
: w are urg. I buMiie-s, or that his bai.k! has not as mud is here ) They will bear witness that
Icaiiit.il ,
ed the } 1 j That 1 he frequently saw him; aid: hear.! him: r slarll. policy of the Democratic ol l them.
to Republican
: it Independent Treasury. Tim fir.-t t I j as it ought to have, or that it has been I j 1 I I1lthat I have even taken a pride in reconciling party

'r and most important is, that all the specie (.f'i' imprudently:) managed. I converse he on knows political him subjects to have at been that time, tics who were variance, and reconciling par 1793, will I form the great !land marks by 'I I I not the object i:view, the relief of tie ji
j
j a nvm- j
the cf the country Government.will he accumulated in i the vault:; ] I It t i-; lujecctltc.I! the I Independent Treasurv.i : ,.i !I her of the Federal inrtv: at lhat tim- : ILlS: j I quarrels: and (li..turLmccs.s to the occur which we shall b guided. The course ofjI [I'country from Bank domination and bank oppression .

1Li 14 and substance of all the This is indeed the sum i! tint it will drive the banks to the necessity of. FRI-WI\TLY':: : \ HIM \\YIAH j runces at Tallahassee, \Inch drew upon me I I I events: from that day to this, satisfies us that I worth this much trouble on the part

t tern, from which arc inferred objections all: to ihe the sy-. ,!I keeping on baud a lollar! 1:1: specie for every '! "Il: IJ..COCIlIB. it t); or the above ftc accusations, it gives me no1 it is only by adhering to those principles, and of our Democratic Republican friends? Do
great paper' dollar they i is ue. This is not true and/ difficulty in stating: ) the I acted '
: and thosegcntkrn'ui
put
.; [I' evils to the country ; and if we shall IxTable; :: if this impression In l 'honestly entertained '' FRORIL\.ISJI : 1'lClRI'0 7//.V are to sustain; the strictly pursuing that policy, that the Unioncan |the people expect that they can remain free

to show that this cannot be thc cas, then all body, arises from incorrect by : : 1 that distinctly( remembershmc.iriug challenged contrary continue to exist, the people be prosper. and unoppressed, unless they keep a continued -
any an view of the o : by proof.
him observe in
'.',01... the the ground.rest of the objections} : on this score fall to case in. two !,oints. First: : that when the of the Sedition law,,that an he argument thought in it favor;was I Being jut the service, as Major of the Volunteers ou:, or retain their liberty. All the difficulties watch and opposition to those disposed to

j Government oi.ue gets hold of dollar f for the in which the country has become involved them?! If they do, they expect that
'%\'e had a conversation; few a it ;,i proper lor the President, and I Heads of Departmenls protection of the frontier, and oppress
- ; with a a days ago, will! never again go into circulation; and so j and Members of Congress, lit have engaged at Quincy on the 4lh instant, when all the distresses: a-d! miseries ruin and desolation which all experience tells us has never yet
I very intelligent Whig, and who has
had a great deal to do with a..d circulation ;,. ublu conch because that tIle Government will beat a shiild Ihroicn around them, that they sJumJd I Major Fauntleroy was mustering the troops in which from that time has been brought happened. ""Te price of Liberty is perpetual .
money time
who urged to us as an objection to- hold any of one everd"lIar it may that think proper toget mil br in the inuutfi if crcry blackguard that \t service, I received an order from Gov. Reid upon the people, can b traced to their origin vigilance; and woe b to that people who

.. :- this system,that tin Government) would hoard issue. The (iu' has a !bank may traiLed the Ircct.A' to repair to TalLhasace. The Governor did in a departure from the great principles held will sit down with folded hands and listless!
eminent collected since not order me to bring of the
tid volunteers.
the and further deponent saith any
Alp specie circulate treasury notes, its organization, we suppose, at least Ilt.ROBEltT The who by tlc republican statesmen of 1798.A indolence, and let combinations of designing
_ _ and would thus have the "","II'n1 nf all tc|, one PRICK.i gentleman brought me the order,
thousand millions uf dollar.-; and yet it haolue'er me that a of great contest is now about to rise, men twist and turn the of the country
I specie of the couDtr)". We answered this by ,i Affirmed to and subscribed before iii'j this j illiJruC party men went, on we legislation
diminished the amount of money in the SOth of June | Monday night the 3J} instant the should! rather has risen to suit their views of personal enrZehrinat. -
l, I saying that there was not i sufficient amount day in time ycur of our Lord, I] to Floridian say already but the own
.
I. of treasury notes issued for this < country: ; the dollar llmt is i drawn out of a 1810. F. 1. STEPHENS. j' office, and threatened to pull it down, but people tie naIl.qJrcinitb.t; thcr .
J e.7hy bank
J1urp to-day, and/ into ,
."\\ sir paid the Treasury, is -- --- were prevailed upon to postpone their attention is
J said he, "Congress' has authurised a patriotic designedly directed to other and
di paid out to-morrow to some one who pas it THE YOUM man and republican deed until the next TIlE CONSERVATIVES.The .
the issue ot (ho millions morn less
of
dollars
and again to the bank; and thus Observe that How and solnn tread when I important malcrs. It is thus directed, for
rj a healthy circu ing. left Quincy the evening of the 4th aflame
that will be sufficient paper power
money
to puzzle
carry on the opera* lation of specie is kept It time bride takes her wedded I t to prevent on their part a clear i
lions of the Government." We make this up. i is! knovvti too, young one by ihs instant, with 18 men, but took an escort ofonly perception of under which to on its movements,
: that it i if. almost impossible to arm and; downcast looks, and heart I I the real nature of the contest. is carry
I7 statement, for the gather; up at a heavy 3 men with me to Tallahassee, where I I hoped
I purpose of showing: the( one time all the )bills of turns her face from the i and array its friends by a distinctive appla
: a bank in good credit, 'sweet home, and all arrived that night. Early in the morning, and expected, that by this policy numbers of
opinion intelligent men as to the amount of[ or even enough of them to its which has lor tion. It dos not like its old name,
injure it IsslJciatiols been while
specie which will be under the Independent seriously. .years passing by Capt. Bczcau's to the Q. the people can b got to commit themselveson
necessary \\ C remember that several and and which it battled in 1793 that of
growing brightening Master Feda
years entwining so General's office
are. the
ago at I
1..4 capitol, heard collateral
I. Treasury; for if five millions of[f points, so as to blind and confuse
port was spread through the that the closely around llio purest and tcndercst feel the with it. Then
some -
in
country .one conversing his house. I people are disgusted
'
,
treasury notes will be sufficient, of course it; bank of Columbus slept thcirjudgmcnt in relation to that which is
of the heart. How the
broke
was hundreds of reluctant that in to learn the ( few
a
will req.ulre no ; o lug step, cause of such qua-rel early I Federal Republican, under which or
Now
.. m.orcspecie. we know,, people rushed to this place to the as she moves towards the how eloquent in the real matter in the
carriage people
get for it controversy.Yi Neither
,
specie morning was too for b do
(for the Whigs have charged it often early a years it marched, will not now.
enough for the !
bills thus
they had on hand. The those tears, which rush unbidden from be deceived they thus
bank man to drunk. When 1 got in, I found it 1Vi suffer their answered
the That
lhat the .
will National
-upon government ) revenue collected showed itself and their fountain Republican.
ready willing to to be minds to be diverted from
:( pay the Capt. Bezeau, abusing (the volunteers a calm and cool it
does this but
not .
at time the :
equal cxpcntditnre specie for Ilium; and many cf those who had i idravni She has just bid adieu (to her home she he swore bitterly that he would drive them examination cf the merits of the for a while under Clay and Ad
of the
out real
If It
government. 'then, it IKJ nc- (he specie, as soon: as they saw there has given the parting hand-the parting kiss! of town ; to which I replied, he could matterin was abandoned for Whig. Well! *
for
cessary the government to pay out the was! no danger, carried it back and took the :, -Wilh deep and struggling emotions the has drive me out. He then not dispute between the two parties ? Time seems that here with us in Florida,even Harrison
: fast stepped out the
__
it is on
specie as as collected, how can it blocked I: bills. Thus will it be in relation to the pronounced the farricrl! and oh how fond j will determine. Something
1)avenmetltanti t started
ope- the will
we answer.
not
,j up in the vaul'.g: of the I up street together Whig .
ti .But let us examine Treasury.in 'j ration of the Independent Treasury; the guy.erliment and jet mournful a spell this word breathes NVm. H. Michael and Mr. E. Linden. This contest is as to whose benefit shall elso must thought of-and we now Din---:

&._ i Iller, and bring its: operation things homo a plain to man- will collect the specie and pay it to and perhaps 'ti! the last farewell to t father, I berger in compa.ny.Ve had proceeded a the legislation of the country b directed- the "Conservative"b b banner hoisted!
things her-brother and
the people, and the people will carry it to the : sister. few when Bowie that of \ that I
L- which fanuJiar to us.Ve paces my knife \icfew or of the is ft'
are name
suppose that banks and get their bills. :|. Childhood and youth, the sweet tnonuW loose from the coming many. I Very well A most excellent i

-. ,there is collected annually at the IW office., It will bo perceived' that we have. treated of life, with its 'ch"rm of earliest birds ami1carlieft I reached down, and button drew on it my back pantaloons, I \hether combinations of the few by getting and we hope they will stick to it. Conserre
_ and
I_ ;&o in the Columbus spring,of twenty 1837 the thousand whole of dollars.this Up the subject as though the collections vrerc to :( associations, have now passed.,Now i toned it, without drawing the knife, or exhi rebut.. that possession ef the Legislative Halls, shall use -to preserve; to keep things a they aVer
: amount for
? be made entirely in specie at once, though this new commences a mnmcntuoiift period of ox. t iting the l least show of violence. power the advancement ot their own gooJ! Let that the Dam ad l
was paid in specie-not because it was re. is istcnce 01 this fihe i is well !' Captain. interests b
not the She shall the
We aware. Bezcau's or
case.
: ';: Kjuiroi by law, but because it was convenient propose at our leisure I>: 'I':. behavior was truly heroic : he cut general interests of the them come before the people as "Consem-

A io erery body-there were then no bills in )J J.circulation I pursuo'the examination of this subject. i,j I I ming reads in that living where charactejs all was uncertainty rlbacc-where- !suI '. dy-jack more moneky did capers in in one minute than dan. people ut large b the main consideration in all dyes," wishing to keep things a teya*

less than five dollars and wery I j Ii HOW TO ACQU1HK IllUU HliALTII. Walk.cr :: was happiness-where hOle, sweet home', al''. know if ever I drew his life. He wished to'I our legislation. wishing to give to the paper money J p.eth

t.iL roan bad in hit pocket specie enough to pay i in his original jays down the following ;.: was all in all unto her. But these ties, (these I II Iasnocintionfi I him 1 did not-tlut my I would knife upon him ; I told rime condition of the country since 1829, privilege of doing hereafter a they

for liii postage. Were the banks or any body j I rule. for aiing high health. They arc I I these endo'fl'nt hb arm father 8 soon raise my I particularly at this present period, and more done heretofore the and power of
ha against ;
my as against old privilege
else injured by this But let how this worth remembering : an man '
u* see the
) one by one, and now she has broken 1 like particularly condition of our o
himself.
j 'iete I told him it Territory money,) plentY!
I was ui accident money, (paper
making
it .specie Li to be locked up. We Lave said First Kludy a composure of mind and asunder. She hns turned her face the I ; within tho last three years, shows how ot ttltSt.
bt more explained, tho en. suit their views
own
more confidence scarce, as
; thai the Amount received: it bodv. Avoid agitation may
of
probably twenty or hurry one or the from them aH, and witness 'how she clings to had in his lircly the interests of the *
thoosand dollars; the .alary of lie PogtnMc.teristv ; I oilier, pc i.ll.jus before and after meals, the arm of him for whom nil these have been elld d. The courage ; and hero the matter have been sacrificed community at large est; iu short, of keeping things as thEY
it of
statements Mr. to tho
ftousand; tbcso'<< expenses of the I arid while proce t of digestion i i going: exchanged I I and} Lindenbcr- favored few, who and of producing a similar state ofuW

cfice. ioedading clerk tire, rent, &c., we on. To. this e.id govern your tDperCII.deamr !I See how she moves on; the world i is be. ger will exhibit Major the affair Michael in ,its who were present, by skilful combinations, have controlled the :, whenever it shall suit their will and pIerThe

efptanaL. (iuc Uk ** nti to look the bright wdc of true light. : legislation of the Territory. **
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more; now n Ihings i fore her, and a history to IKJ written, whose But 1 had a Bowie knife-I admit the name is truly and empbatkaUy

3aa a 11% tfc ttm4 AuUtrnol this maaevwhich keep down & mucji IH possible the unruly pages are to ho filled up with life's lovelies 1- do- carry such" a weapon. I it fact. This contest is not a new one. It i a tinctive of the nature of the matter i I bought fur
t* cHcrel aetttaaDg fbaeoiuumnky envy, hated and malice, with incidents I old as the formation of .
pa4ulsca peucHng. or perhupe of event- the our Constitution. It is Now, w t
chopping between the
purpose :
c.-.e far my way through the two
: baud, d.lbin n4 clLer charijty .
v-our tim paes.
pillow
& ex. Iny upon! your -of sUrtlrng, fearful record ?- woods when hurtling tho Indians as old as the formation of society and wish t to WP
I inatent -not for Democratic do
govern
: pence la living in the dtv. WhatSubnet iraiik'uid. Let not wantaoutrun Who any no
: your throw aside the
can evil of Repblcan.
; bt.-&b. .....c k inud to mail u'ill.l difficulties and even three- purpose.of either insulting or menacing the ment. I has its origin in the perverted na. things do not like te
your :1DSVbareic ten: for her, and record the a ar.
year 'ap.p citizens. If the tey
sight of this ture ofman i iI
i &>>.icxsMe iy it 'L fog juomider,fat you Lave 1o encounter, bl not perplexed but I ,)' amid Kunbright incidents that fhall arise in in the of these weapon is soofl.nisive seeking to advance its own interests we see little or nothing to approve of_ *_..t

I- fcana ftrfat&t for Ud.emith'; ..ork, only think what w ngbt t do in the eight of succession, to make joyous and lull her cup would recommend eyes to them gentlemen, i at tbe expense of his fellow man. With I state of things brought on us by tae pirmoney

.1re., ... .*pj*>it <* tfeenudw* and Him who seetli all thing*, and bear without of life-that fhal throw around those embel reform with the members to commence their us it arose at the formation of tho Constitution It does not work well fc Pe

hf iLs'-, 9*rittf, act a.dollar< rii i,hoarded uao rcsulL When meals are lishments of and of their own party. and has continued visible'to pwer. doe*
repining your heart that Allow often it _
t .":' J ..;..ioter' 1'-b..A.b. be cheerful when min \hich me, iu conclusion, Mr. Editor, to although not good c untr. Surely
I&1 thoughts crowns the
AolilaiyIct
..f.GII6ot.ocae your ; with beauty and say that his is any but the most practised from of the P0
one of the l eye that work well for the body
last
_iA 0Qt Li Ex-Excellency great
r-'g-T ; pay eat*o tfrir the) ore social, which I better, avoid dis. Invelidces; hut which sweetness social inter I to day to this. I

a"ciIJ, tiacy w2l *cQ tLat prmauta* for pule, or serious argument, o unpleasant to. course and sfne8improves, and elevates : having persons touched thai tender a stretch of power, exist I i a contest that wi and I Florida. It may b a very good s(
thread must until
Ixuk 1 bS ani p&y jfcrci .,us. WeQ, that pic*. .Unquiet meals," says Shakespeare, the condition ofsociety who with firm I I one occasion, at the expense of the himself dearest on attain one principle or shall few. The present stale of things may:
a complete ascendency. &
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I, ''conservative" principle may be adopted j j which it is supported by our Democratic lie. the charge personally, and, if so, on what authority :I seem so from the scenes our city is witness ---- -- -- .____ 1 -
AJ But*' publicans.] j ; or, if are not the author I t I -
you demand
to its fullest extent. ing. But we cannot believe that Dollars
adopted a D.
IfIJY be of the &any is the object, or ougb I Is not this enough to make our Floirda Con.'I to*know the name of that author. citizen will sanction this last outrage from the W'n.l *jn
the good object'of all legislation; and when ecrvativcs pause and reflect ? Respectfully, people ofthe State. He that does so ,,'a very likely MULATTO' AMDCemniission
the DAVID tfed about 18 when
be F. WILSON. than a slave. ; tajt,
M has been perverted to tho injury j "For one, I enter my protest ngdinst the she belongs to Mr. Faker. She Merchant
1egistation conducted in this Let every honest man be upon his time in the neighborhood of SALE DAYS-Wednes f the community at large, common sense, banking system, as country. TALLAHASSEE, Avo. 17, 1840. ward off the assassin attacks of this M yet to T* about the -
-a not to be supported by any correct Col. David .appd
and the moral sense, all tell us, system F. Wilson: band of will
bullying swindlers. b paid for her Purchasers of Lot in the Eaat half
) o
of
patriotism principle political economy; a gross SIR :-Your note of this morning is all reasonable if de- THE 35 in 1 of
instead of keeping things as they arc, just re. Township Range 1
that delusion, tho dreams of a visionary sys.tern ccived. In n Old Virginia." \V stated in at Tallaba epn Nor
there reply, I would remark that I in. e and Went, are requeued (o come forward
nder the banner of "conservatism. which has done more to corrupt the tended no personal Illusions of an offensive marks, appending the statement of E: J. MAYS. the XOtb in.tal. and settle for the tame, or on that

ought to be a change and a remedy for the morals] society than any thing else; which character. in an editorial to which ob- given in Virginia, at the late co.. au 2 15. 3 da the property will revert to the otiginalo"n r.R. .

of must boflrorided has introduced a struggle for wealth, instead I you I the Democratic Cour of Jcfierson. J. HACKLEY, Auctioneer.
and perversionscomplained in
ject, the last Floridian either majority was given .
,buses to yourself] ; May 7, 1840 4t
Returnable
for through the wisdom of the Leg. of that honorable struggle which governs the or to L. II. Bryant. My remarks lower than it really was. We are J Aftmpi Talahusee

Iaturc, as far as it can be done effectually. "I! action of a patriot, and makes ambition virtue; merely intended to convey the idea that were, al.l.i in this assertion by that )>Attach men bcr I for term,1840.$142 50 Jamaica &American.New EOJlaod and Rom common ,

which has made the husbandman spurn his i, though Messrs. Carlton and Quavle wnrc in ish Whig journal, the New York Damages : Brandy, Madeira, Malaga and Claret Wines

Resuming the subject of the Bank of Penjjcola cottage, and introduced a spirit at variance':, their usual walks, returning from"their dvvcl-,I which, for once, we have detected and all other $3001 I Havana white and double-refined Lf Sugar.Ppftwrt'i .
: of with the simplicity of our institutions. I call the truth. Their institution of the above suit bv .I Mver.'_ Inll common .
our ) in statement is SIanish
; to which we invited the notice ling the outskirts of the city, yourself and ; as will
i and
upon the warm advocates of banking now to I it shows that the Universal appear plead thereo Cig rjHavanaCoffevvypcrm Candles,No. 1 Soap,
L. H. j ,
: Readers a short time since we nre earnestly Bryant were differently situated, hav1 'whig' POPE!:: & Raspberry & Lemon Syrup, &c., landed from
surrender their .
attention to the con. errors. Shall I lake them by ing gone there from curiosity otherwise to their old game of brag, Mt' for Pi'f. brig Luna and for sale by &
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: desirous calling public from the inso]. the hand, and lead them through our cities? and that therefore but two of our citizens lowing and huzzaing a little too soon ROPE. Khy3. SPENGLER &. LYMAN..

sequences which must result ,; Bankruptcy meets us at every step; ruin I could have / Democratic majorities Bale Bacon Sides.
I 1 any cause of complaint of the I 26,416 Rope, daily expected from
I vent condition of that inslitution. ,| stares us in the face. Shall I be told of the short detention by the guard. I have no dis- Federal do 22,181 York per schooner Antarctic, Off 6> ffc cask just tandinl from chr Urchin, and

In all probability, from the Report of the benefits arising to commerce from the concentration position to do yourself others at private sale, to close the con for sale
I injustice. jly4 SPENGLER& .
and the showing of the Bank of capital? Away with the delu-1 1 Net Dem. EDWIN W. DORSEY,
Thus
Commissioner far in reply to your note. Your majority, 4,235 No. 3, Berry's I Row. '

,k officers thcmsehes, the Bank of Pensacola sion. Experience has exposed it* fallacy. : friends who handed it to me, remarked that Van Buren's majorities in the Flour,from Sugar ttc schooner and Coffee Urchin, and for
True of Jefferson. landing
for
utterly] unable] to pay the interest on the ,! a moment it has operated as a : you conceived the impression might have gone same counties in 1880, 3,241 Cour Returnable Just by .
stimulus] but like 1 AsMimpsit.
s which she has sold] and which arc en. ; ardent spirits, it has produccd ;' abroad, from my remarks, that you meditated > to September term,1840. July 4 'SPENGLER &" LYMAN.

fonds Governor of the Territory. ( activity and energy but for a moment; an attack upon the Governor, or others. Which, according to their own ton. }Attachment for( $131: 34 (gjpccic nnd New Orleans Funds
the
dorscd by I| relaxation has followed, and) the torpor of.Nothing was further from thoughts. I showing, is the enormous Damages $100 K7 Wanted-For which the highest premiumwill

Yet, we all know that the sun does not more ', death has ensued. When you first open j I: make no such charge, and my had no such design 'whig' gain since 1630, of 606 and all others interested, will b paid by SPENGLER fit LYMAN.

surely make his annual circuit than the Euro. your, bank in"ch' bustle ensues; a factitious in view. Respectfully] I Such another British Whig institution of the above suit by June 46 S
will -
holders of those bonds their ;periodical goddess, pretending to be wealth, stands at SAM'L.: S. SIBLEY. certainly demolish us.-I\'ew Era. appear POPE, and p'ead STONE.thereto, New York, Charleston and Geor

pean the bonds ;, the door, inviting all to enter and receive 1 Funds Wanted-For the
the interest on they for
for __ AU'ys
demands I Public Meeting. A man of wit once said rightly] PIJ highest premium will be paid.
(One instalment] of interest was due accommodation; splendid palaces arise; the At of citizens of lie who finds son-in-law STORAGE juneS & LYMAN.
holJ.1 I ocean is covered with sails but alteratioti a meeting Gadsden county, a good SPfNGLER

last month, and another will be due on the "[ in the state of the ; some takes! favorable to the leading measures of the present sou-he who finds! a bad one, loses a : LEON. i Flour, Bacon, Lard, ITIolasscs,

of January next ; and we emphati. and when the country place; ; national administration, and an early resumption ter." DO, from Mnsnolia. will corn- i.c., landing from the Schr
first day thoughtless adventurer seated .
i i'I Storage and Commission Busi Pacific and for sale by
I cally ask who to Pay these talmeilts 7tevcry in the midst of his family, in tho imaginary i S$ of the Banks of our Territory, held (Yzr:: Wo arc requested to state I Ir place the ensuing rnon'.h. and MjySO SPENGLER to LYMAN.
in
'I the Court House, in Quincy, the 18th /
Let citizen in Territory join in this enjoyment of permanent security, sketches inst., on motion, Col. D. L. KENAN on was I'j I r Rev. Mr. BAKER is expected to I public, 1840 pa'.ronage. NOTICE.
and ask the efthose out to himself long and halcyon his r 2 ffURING absence from the '
question days, my orJ'
the
enquiry Teri
Church .
Presbyterian
momentous called to the Chair, and ARCHIBALD SMITH, on t I NOTICE. _, James A. Drakeind Daniel
are overshadowed
prospects and M'Ricny
who will have to decide it. Let the j t misery, 1 Jr., acted as Secretary. The following 11 o'dock, A. M. afler date nlY d art
ruin, and bankruptcy make their pro- I Ii.! I sl.all1'1y! to the attorizud agents.
of Leon county enquire of the candi. I in the form of bank appearance i amble and resolutions were submitted and i the Cout Leon Inyauh 49 J. n. LUN. _
people curtailments. If this be1
JJ'f: : : an authorized tt, announce 1 of Adni'niHlralion' tie, Es-
dates before them for election to the lower true, and I appeal to the knowledge] of all adopted : D. MOSILKY: Esq., and hj-'r .!OIIN urron.late of said upon County dc- Lost or Mislaid,
NOTE of
for the Senate when the I for its Whereas, we believe that the approaching Lon as thc I 1) A hind for twenty.two dollars. given
mocratic
house, and of those men truth, I demand if you can put candidat'? to Dr. R. H. BLOUNT. _t L by
George Young to the Subscriber dated
tickets arc made. They arc the mon who I down the system too soon. Can we too soon I meeting of'our next Legislative Council is, jl Counc.l.tho county: of JofiVrscm in the ncxl>T> : t I, 1840.- some tune in January Iut. All persons are cau

the escape the dangers with which in many respects, the most important that I : ke Up, toned against t.ading said note A liberal
the question, for they arc men we are sur. --- -- ---
can: answer rounded I know I shall bo told that, even has convened or will convene for some time C:::/-\Ye are authorised to announce on the 30'Ji instant, a HORSE, : reward will hr given to the'findcr on returning it to

who arc to decide. if we put down this bank, the State banks to come-and whereas the continued suspension LIS ALSTON, as a candidate to The hr.rlp i U Gray : his !y4l849 4: JAM ESC. WELLS.I .

1 In our estimation, all other questions which will still exi-: t. Even if true, the position is I of the Southern and Southwestern banks Leon County in the next Legislative] ] ( i up to forward his fetlocks. The own- i, >K. F. S. BJCATTIE _
I of the (or at ]least of them the and pay charges and resumed the
attention
arc likely to engage the next not a justifiable one. If the State legislaturesdo a part ,) high rUe al thi ot11c'.or to HAS practico of Medicino inalliU
inous rate of cxchance and other OB1TUAKV.Al I and tenders his professional services
when inconveniences \ J. R. -
into compared follow
fall insignificance not the
which
Council, example we set them, nOGNSOi. to the community. His oSce is St. ilark
with this. For, if the next Council, we shall have acquitted ourselves of our duty.It submitted to in consequence, mainly] Athens, (l.i.: ,on the ?Isl ult. Uev.: Dr.WADDEL /' and Bacon. at the house of S. C. Sj>enccr. a ,

when called to pay this interest, as they is all that can be asked of us. But, sir, of :such suspension, as well as (the near approach : formerly president ol' the | J2'L' 18 is 2m [The Star will copy.PKIVAT.C .
upon of a general resumption of the Banks, l.icfJrpa. in ihc scvunliclli' year of his ] PORK[
the failure ofths Pensacola' Bank we actually possess the lever of Archimedes, was a iid.ircof Ircdell Not Ui ,. / : / SALE.
will be on and which will, :io doubt, take place in the course county, HAVE received
have a foot of ground on which to rest in early life crnii'ialrd to I f consignment wi sell
to do it. acknowledge the obligation of whatarc of a few months, render it expedient and Geoigia: in ; 30,000 feet first quality '
it.
Our revenue amounts v..tcllllm..eW] the education of, ; flooring ;
to upwards of to' yout'i ec.'ir. Victoria, from New Or "
called the faith bonds, they at once im- .820,000.000l1IIually.: Require a fourth or proper that some expression opinion should a p..- .bylerltn ininHter to Die exposition by EDWIN W. DOKSfcY, 50,000 '. I" do /

impose on the( people] a lax 830,000 a year even a sixth, to be paid in gold] and sih'er- be made by the people as to the resumption of Scriplurc-i. In hoh: cilaraCleri he .stood No. 3 Berry* Rlw. 3,000"10.000 3-4, : weatherboarding

oTtircnty years. am], at tin) end of that time, what would be the effect ? The merchant our own Banks. Be it therefore nent('alviii.is, being justly considered nnd a patriarch" Herrings, 1,0 '' rills and plate;
in Georgia, iiicluduii
Resolved], That we of the leading ; per llankey. from "
the payment of half million. In fact, they> would collect the notes of banks, and demand approve pupils: William II. Crawford, John (J. for 1elr. Jff'lh 3,0. ks joiee; .
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measures! of the national administration 11t ca lime
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] specie {for( them and! thus would] present Gl'orge :McIhiflutani! many other di&nn
test BETTON&
the whole a FISHER. 10 bin cod.
do much acknowledge pickled
more: he and especially of its constant: and untiring indiTiduals! of the South during: the !forty
debt of all the Banks, amounting to near four the adopted by means of which to ascertain efforts not only to bring about a sound lie utcd\ as preceptor.: lIe Lve.l an .'"C\" Dollars Reward. Feb 2 39 EDWIN. DORSEY.

solvency of each institution. The demand and condition of the without rcprojcn, and died without an I STOLEN from the Su'.wriber.! Notice,
millions dollars to be binding on the healthy but to
of currency .
people of specie thus produced would have thc --- I of the 3d instant, a 1 : my absence fNU the Territory
and preclude themselves forever after beneficial: effect of introducing more of it into rnantai'i the credit of the government during j orSal -An excellent Cay Mare I HORSE, main and LARGJ) I DURING AltKeianpht &Ormond are i.ny au.

it. the for one general and one partial suspension of the --1 Trottm"Ilure.. Apply t.. I ; two small mirks on his hips' I thorised agents. JOHN LEDGERWOODt
from denying country; i is: like other <>
money every article Banks. A..r'tl: 4 \V.\1. H. FltA marks recollected; ha* been July 11, lrIO. .
Now, why have we brought the Bank of and will find! its way to the market Resolved the of this from a gentleman from MJCOH, 5 -
as sense meeting, : LUMBERLUMBEII.1OR .
where it is most The Sale-T\vo two I.orse Je t cy reward will be
for
Pensacola forward so prominently in: this dis. wanting. system might For I given him' -
That the time has now arrived when the SALE
YELLOW
be enlarged until people lJ..rnesc. &.c.complete. Apply : I TaII.ihassre, and an additional L 130OOO FEET
cursion ? Not!, we are sure, from any unkind] should gradually," your withes should call upon the Banks;; of our Territo- a :r 2 j 4_ WI. II. ", ; and Tiiicf. t j PINK LUMBER; of all kinds, just received
be
feelings towards!!! our fellow citizens connected consumimtcJ.:. I j ry to relieve, them from the exactions and opj NOTICE.- HENRYNICKOLS.[ I from W.lker's Mills.TAFT & ALEXANDER. .

\I jib it, but !because' : it is the only Bank whose We have received for publication a com-1'j! 'pressions to which they arc now subjected by URING my ataence! from the Screws & Horse Pow I I Port Leon, July 8, 11(40.( 52 3t
munication I, their refusal to redeem their notes in the: legal .Y Davd F. \ViNon m my authorised ,
condition have been I : to l-c the NOTICE.
purporting
true we : permitted Jo proceedingsof in 'lad. A. R. & Caslngs.
of the and that
know. Of the true condition, of the other f a meeting of the citizens of Tallahassee, !; currency country, a resumption Tallahiistice. All:!. 17. 18-lQ. 4 and Horsc-Powar' tho cast-iron IX month afer date, application will be made
: ) ought to take place] with as little Castings in I|. to the Honorable thjc Judge Gadsden County

Batiks, we cannot speak, though, in this age held jit the ron of T. Ikzcau, on the 4th delay h hnst. as circumstances; will permit. G COrgC JUdglcy has arrived in ')\,' Tallahassee, han resumed the j i fur letters of disis
of isoJn'ncimagiuatioll; shrinks from the I Wo understand that: meeting to have I Resolved. That the requirement of specie Well Digger is his profession! in Baltimore delivered; and is prepa. ;, ms lon of the estate of Elijah W. Sweat, .,
\Vlicrc HP wants to be well known, screws, OP board j i 'late of said
contemplation of the secrets of the prison been: altogether of a party: character, and as on. executions s.C., under existing" rircum- And cash: i. his decision.! 4 Pct'r.'i of Baltimore, f'r one hun- : .July 18. county. 51 JOHN H. RHODES.
those stances: is ruinous and oppressive and that : e JotLiincnch.: AI No, I 180
house, which ha\e been guarded with such by whom the m-jcti.ig was called, have ; Notice. i I Callings: j NOTICE.
the debtor! class knr; of machinery, and I r'
interested |I
solicitude from the vtihrnr' eve. a press through which the proceedings of their arc more particularly; Q IX \\rclis! after date, I shall apply t,> : at moderate frices for II I persons:are hereby lorvvarned trading for a
r in a sound such will I ALL
party be made when currency as answer Judge! Jefferson County Court, :for \\ ">attorney given by me, to Wm. P.
Let then the people dcm:md of their candidates may public they choose .
the payment: of their debts. of atin!. ,nivtrat'itn: on the estate of Jolin : 1.' -0. \.MES 3IOORE. Monroe, to collect my M'ages a Priv ite in Capt.Burner's .
; whether! they. will assist in riveting t to have that done, we choose, to exercise;; ourown )Resolved, That we :ire greatly desirous ofilnilsinri "j tin, of JcttVrs: II county, tlcccdsoil.2J !! :: :and jjooil work of the OaI\I i Company the slid a power of attorney

the chains which former legislation: has discretion in rcittio'i to such publica. ztion into the Union; sis a sovereign, independent ahIir : 4 6L MOSCS : ::: li. \V. Braden ant Jes e \Vii- Laving been ;iven .n consideration ofa purchase ofa

I Dissolution.Copartnership h ___. augti i 2 3 Hor"e. whi'.h proved to be unsound.July .
thrown around us-makmg them assume the l ?, and shall therefore decline it. The : State ; and view any attempt at Id 51 JA WALLACE..
proceedings of f division of our Territory as a measure calculated riiII: heretofore exitin: *** remaining ir, thff Post Of: I.
of m'llions' meeting: of the citizens of
borrowed for the use.f any
pavmcnt aad firm of .
] to admission: and Jl the style Lloyd & Irwin : on the lit August-if not TT:> Ita agn& MangleWirizel seed,
I a few individuals i ] and many: of them not citizens TulUhnsscc! not) ; of t a party character, will postpone our ; tanta. day diisolved ty mutual consent of boLts I months,they will Lc stnt to L3/ and a variety of Fall Garden Seeds for salo
1 mount to a rejection of our application. rn3ttIett business of said firm
\ny : wilt di'adleLtcr' by RANDOLPH & LEWIS.
of the always, its a matter of course, bo inserted as :
Territory.:
I Resolved, That in order to carry out the j uu'teI by either of tho Subscribers.. 2 IMI!! Lieut J II 2 t I l July t la 51

No lime is to be I lost. The discussions in with pleasure. -in the Floridi.ii.TIII : above: reoluii i,ins, a committee be appointed JOhN M. \\' Harrison Iijnacius I r Bcckwith's Pills.

I the last Council must! have opened the eyes of'the -: --- -- to select, and report to this meeting: delegates JOHN R. ) Hall Mrs Jane I A SUPPLY of IhU celebrated remedy for Dys-
ELECTIOX.AL.JI.t. Tallahuseeug. 13th, 1340. 4iiigmccriiix Hamilton
.Marvin J peptiia, warranted fresh and genuine. Just
and to the )Democratic Convention, to assemble at
thoughtless confiding ; but the next .\ has gone decidedly for the I'mo.crats. and Ilarle Paul. I r received and for sale by
Council is to decide.] We repeat, let the Monticull! >, on :Saturday, 22d instant ; and ) Johnston Mr Jnly 6th, 1810( RANDOLPH &. LEWIS.
There WH'I rrvcr any reasonable: that the following( persons, constitute said TIIKS.ib-criberi' pftclful'y acq iaif.1 ( I D Jnurdeii! SeabornJeffries
people a-k for opinions and pledges. ? 31 ills and rijutation-i", and Ihe Middle
District of Florida.
doubt oil that the committee viz Uz Wood A. K. : Pattrick
-_. point, although Whigs put : : Allison, M. of Fiend at large, llut he proposes to I I LEON COUNTY "
; BANK AND: BANKING. forth great claims of success, under their cry Morgan, Jabed Fletcher, Isaac Ferguson, sr. ins. bole!! attention lu tho above' bu-uno-s. I King J..hl H stH'IPOR, COURT.

The "Conservatives" of hard cider.KKNTCCKV. and J. :M.\ Gilchri-: rradv: to undertake tho completion! of all L\genhcir i[:I: CIIANCERT ]
the Demo. I.CHII
charge RICHARD
Between CROOM. Complainant and HEN
The committee withdrawn for excavations! em.n..k! men tl. roads and t.. ; ; .
Dr T
I having a C
cratic Republicans! with being unreasonably] has probably; ] gone for the I for; moderate cump-nsali-' lo I tupply :1diln RIETTA SJTI ELIZABETH Al. Aa.SlD. JOHN
1Vhigs. f few; the f : Hon Joseph 3
moments
reported folloviiig\ persons B. CARROLL, and others Defendants.Cro .
It is fili'i oitlie love's! and contour of
prejudiced the last t pn
against the Jf chance for :Mr. Mountain Jonathan
present poor I J 2 Bill filed 1th
system as delegates; to' the meeting whoso several taining 11 these, St-irnc-'s ; nnl I estimate of "s ] December, 1839-
, McCarvtr
Rev
Banking. They say that wo misrepresent it, Clay, and his friends: and they had! to do nominations were confirmed : prn-ii's attending; their Coil)/,Iclinn if Martin GlurU James W UPON opening the mailer to the Honorable

\' and exaggerate: the evils it brings the their utmost. I 1). L. Kenan, \V. S. Gregory, I. Ferguson common ditching not cren exempted. Lvng Miller C.ipt D S D.tLcuJutZe of sid Court, at Chambers
upon
I it-rce, this 12 h day of,May 1840, C. S.
uuli mvsriibie and! by Sibley
I country. To those \\hodo not understands INDIANA is claimed by the Whigs. It i ispo.ss.ible j jr., Cz Wood, A. :Smith, jr., G. ,Yo Philips j j no doubt insure ronf dcnre success to both parties. t McNeill mrch and L.A. Thompson. Solicitors and Counsel for _

,r working a principle of Political Econ- : that they may have succeeded inj .\. K. Allison, Daniel Buio, James :M.\ Gil. ,tp: stairs in the old Legislative Council .. Mal Mart'ne Alexander David E the complainant in said cross bill, it appearing that

em-! I christ, :M.\ Morgan: II. B. Ovcrstrect James: j atij'i2 4 JOHN ;M. the subpxna i i&urc again said Henrietta Smith,
we would Governor
electing
call their particular attentiontolWvtrarl j Whig by representing in -- Merryman Mycajah E'lZibulH and John B. defendants
Wdls, James II. Ilext, Robert Larkins, 'V.I \rrittar. Carrol -
} : h.lo"lfrom a speech of ;Mr. one part of the State, where internal improve. C. Bains.Itosoltud! I St. Joseph (Tla.) liaces. 1 Massey Miuhum Daniel Mrs Elizabeth! named, has been retured by the

*!llcr, the Harrison ments were CALHOUN COURSE. Marshal of sail District, not served, said Defendants
i andidate fur the Vice carrying on, that the Dcmoeiatic I Thnt the proceedings of this N ins Albert S : residing out of the Jurisdiction
Presidency. will Lc candidate would veto their continuance while I HE Annul Mcting for 1841, wi.l : ] Nelson! Thos 'POurien ULOft
seen that he denouncesthe meeting be ngned by the President and Secretary of tliia Court, and it further appearing: by affidavit
_S the Cnhoun! Course, IIn Tnfsdjy James
system! as a gross delusion," as the the contrary was laid to his charge in anotherpart I and published] in the Quincy Sentinel] day of on February next and cnnlinuo live; Oliver! Miss Sarah Am: I to the sati>factijn of the C.urt. that the said daI
fcndanls namc.l reside out of ibis
dream of where the of and Tallahassee Floridian.D. Mare in the U. Lieut E nb.te Territory
a visionary, and as having done carrying on those improvements fur any Horse, or Gcldiul. Osgood S and in the State of New York,or in the State of
more to corrupt the morals was unpopular. L. KENAN, Ch'n. r i irvl Day -I mile $200. I.ulc L M No lit Carolina : It is Ordered by the that
of society than-any mile heats Purse (: Court
A. SMITH Jr. Second Day-1 $400. Phiirps Henry S
Secretary.A the said defendant, Henrietta Smith,
thing else! Can stronger terms of reprobation In !NORTH CAROLINA theVlligs claim 10. Third Uay-3 mile ht-als-Purse GOO.( Pritchard Miss Caroline Armistead., and John B.Carroll: do appear and

be used ? If the Conservatives arc have elected their Governor. Nothing deli I child. being taken the other day to a L Fourth Dy-4 mile heals-Purse $1000.Pi Pebworlli Joicpfi answer said Cross Bill, on or before Monday tbe

disposed to distrust what the Democrats SlY, nite has been received. At the election for I II place of worship, no sooner heard the notes I fill Day-Propriolor'(inik-s he..ts-3> Purse(be::t$in.00.5.)) Penny Pitman Capt Edward: Henry C c fifth day October. 1840,or that said Cross Bill
of the rfgan, than, to the horror of his be taken a contused against them;a certified
topyoi
: great I Ipajits :
surely they will and \ Governor preceding the last Presidential clcc- Tho eiTi<:era of the Club guarantee Qmil Samuel
paus reflect when this Order being by
they published
rend : the little fellow bawled out, Tell I Ihcey1 purses as advertised, shall be p.it up : Quinlnck James rom pIl inanteek.Iy
the warm and eloquent denunciation of i lion, the Whig Governor was elected-and to play] Jim Crow!" Horse are started. Ily o.der ofJOHN Rozabnck W ) until that day Tallahassee in tho "Floridian, a newspaper .

J.v'er.' He abhors and detests the system as I I yet :Mr.\ Van Buren got the electoral vote r. U. GRAY, Randall Dr Bcr ton with published the Clerk il of thid Court., and proof thereof filed
From the 17th utt.itISCRACEFUL .
Mi.siipjian| PETPR W. GAUTIER. jr. Rt-ueken H 11
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Much as we do, and, as an honest man, he I the State. So it will be now. AXU BRUTAL OUTRAGE. i aug2'2 4 lamtF eclcary. Roach SpencerRider A true copy. Test:
R. G. WELLFORD.may .
must feel bound to do all he can to reform and I I Oz- The following------- communication- : I I On Wednesday evening last, Hiram G.. Laud for Sale. j Rhodes Win John j. 16th. 134;). 42 tSthO Clerk.
change it. yn-ould: 11
He I I
is of tho Union .
not for Runnelscx-president Mississippi I I
keeping (things( M; ACRES OF MIXED
have appeared as editorial but for Randoph: DavidRoi.ey I Superior Court for Leon
the/hang Couoty-
they arc. bank, basely and brutally attacked Gov. Mc. I I. L one aut!" hal miles west from : James NOVEMBER TERM, 1840.

if Mr. Tyler thought at that time of the which has taken place in that depar nent of; Nutt in the streets, with a club. The Gov. i. U
J'stem the paper since Tuesday last. was standing in the street, in front of the door told on Monday, the 12th of October nest I Smith JohnSumpter CARSO.N. tradm ', &c.. under the firm and
as'e find in his aiJ village. Sold for thu benefit of the
speech, what must : John L of Wm. .
I Lc think of ;Messrs. Hull and Ware, when Runnels u L.T.Townscnd. style Cr.wford jr. %z Carson.

I before now? That speech was delivered I In our editorial of l last< week, giving an account and one or two other Directors of the Union L Terms made known r ! the *, and all others interested,
, suspension in 1837 ; and the 3ofevery of the late excitement heap, we regret Bank approached. The Governor not cx. alg 15 3 9* D. B. }:%VING, : Smith Mrs Eliza A 1' hereby notified. of the institution of said are

day up to this time must have added to learn, that the portion in /which/ the pecting an assault: paid no attention to the Notice. Shirer A Augustus suit by attachment returnable to the Term afore

to his conviction that the system was a "g oss (i'names of Col. Wilson and Mr. (Bryant are, I party, until Runnels had thrust his cane in his I bo sold on Tuesday, 25th insant Sawyer Most K 2 ; and are required to appear, and plead to the
, Stepho on Charles/
delu00" "the dream of: a and mentioned, should tend in any wise to injure t'. ce. lie then turned upon his assailant, and I WILL at Camp Oliver, one Ioue. Snell ,V declaration' filed iu said case a the law directs
visionary, I 16 42 3m JO. BRANCH Alt.for
as having done | their feelings or cast a stain ut"on their char seized his club, but Runnels got possession of] an more than any thing else to( orn, deceased on credit until tho 1st '
& ;
acters. Understanding that inference it and struck him 1
CORRUPT an has I several severe blows, when SoperS Superior Court for JLeou County-
THE MORALS OF SOd \ been drawn from the used that the Governor fnuary next. B T IAG.\N. h / NOVEMBER TERM 1840.
ETy" language wo I again closed in upon him. and I .\ug 15 3 2l |ISla copy] 'welyEdwart ,
intended to impute to these gentlemen im. Runnel's desisted from the attack. EDWARD BRADFORD WILLIAM CRAWFORD jr.,
The distresses motives in their visit Taken Up, Taylor Edward W and THOMAS CARSON, trading, &c. under the
and desolation which swept proper near the Gover. The ruffian blows inflicted upon the Gov., .
Taylor
Major Joshua 3 firm and of Wm.
Crawford
style & Carson.
iTit\Iand in 1818'19' and subsequently nor's residence on the night in question, we I crnor will, perhaps disable him from his offi.: O'N Whilfield.the 1 11th instant three inilri. at the North plantation of Tradcwell Dr Wm 2 Attachment $2,853.13-Damages $jr.
,0.0.
were unhesitatingly attributed by take this opportunity distinctly and explicitly] r cial duties for some days-one of tho small I SORREL HORSE, whi a while Tradowcll Mrs Eliza THE Jdfcndaots and all others intereted, ar

Mr. Clay and Mr. Webster to disavow an intention to prefer such charge, arteries of the head was cut, and a considerable nose and face, blind one eyo, thro.trip Teajun James notified of tho institution of' said
lIon, and to the expan- or to impute to them any conduct unworthyof quantity of blood lost. and shod before. 'rho horsa had on. Ulmer Jas A suit,by attachment returnable t the term afore
contractions of Vorn Johu M said; and are required to and to the
the plead
Bank issues. honorable men. We know of no language sufficient to ex. up, an old saddlo, and blanket. The William Nathan I decimation tiled appear
'there : in said case, the law directs.
Periods Was an excess of bank paper at those We refer to the following correspondencefor press the baseness of this murderous assault L quested auit15.to call, pay" charges 3 ,and take 2 him a 5 Willey Mrs Zaddy i may 16 42 3.n JO. BRANCH.a Alt for Pl'ff

how n'Uoh' greater must it have been further explanation. upon the chief magistrate of the State. Whilo Tbo
I
iii : SCOTT, ) In the Mr Eliza 31 Court
1836 BILLERS County uperior for County-
!
We all kaow the rapid increase of SAM'L. S. SIBLEY. The cause of the assault is well known to tx part, V Walke\Vlllr David S AOVCMSKR Lon, .

Bank paper from 1832 to 1836, when the the people of Mississippi\ is to be found in Jor Dower. j JEf'FFRSON.Pelition Walker Isaac CWillUaon Joan Ba,4cR. Administrator of all and singular!

crash !!ommeDCede 8amo TALLAHASSEE, Auo. 17, 1840. the Governor's patriotic opposition to BANK: NOTICE l U htreby given, tha a I Mr Sarah W the ,oJ., chattels rights,.anJ credit, o
duced the causes prc Sam'l. S. Sibley Editor of the Floridian: BOBBERY-in his manly defence of the people] as above Hated, an Wigzins Michael James deceased. M. WILLIAM CRAW

same effects ; and BO it will be al. SIR :-In your paper of the 15th instant, from tho reckless game which tho bankers in dower in the lands formerly owned by Williams Henry polo jr., and THOMAS CARSON, trading, &c.
Ways. We deceased of'iaid tho said Mrs under the firm and of
beg the Conservatives county ; Wright Harrie style Wm. Crawford jr.
to
for the have been
of Messrs.
And reflecL pause you account arrest 'Wilson Mississippi playing. known and described the North hilfof Weir George Canon.

But and L. H. Bryant on the ground that they did And has it come to this 1 Do those whose West quarter-the Writ. half of the Wa.Tetl Dr Edwaid Atachment 52344.12-Damagss $5,000.00.TIIE .

this j i. not all. We here have Mr. not state that they were out on business, "and reckless disregard of law has reduced the 'quarter-tho West half of the North West White MUi H H ,nod al others Interested, ira

Tyler adopting, in advance the Administra- who were charged with having gone therewith people of Mississippi\ to their present'misers -the East half of,I ihe North \Vci. ql Williamson James notifd.or institution of lie said
ion, other than brutal. the Wet half of the South East quarter, Wiahart David suit, by attaclunepl the Term aforesaid -,
our Independent proper purpD8t1.U I bIn estate, expect by force, by rturabl t
Treasury and fighting tion Young,Wm aid
; L ho I thirty.iix, township two, range four are requite : appear and plead t the
a4optsit too on BOrne of the Being implicated in the above foul charge, and shedding the blood of citizens, to quell opposition -h and East, POPE & declaration cue,as lbs law directs.jnay6 .

very grounds by I demand of you to know, whether you make to their course? It would indeed' nu'15 : 4) Xtt'ysfor I. .0.-SCARCYI'. ."". M. 421 3" JO.BRJtNCHAtt.CorP1' ,'.

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:' r'I.1 ,_-, -I: J : Book BlBdlng. MINERAL -SPRINGS. WHO WA T8 .ETTI'I

p- PROFESSIONAL NOTICES.DR. members the Grand and Pel Juries iobscriber will continue the above bun- establishment has been opened for UM 1-1 I
LEGAL NOTICES. THE the THE THIS the subscribers and is now pubic toihnum, lbs
.'p :-"_,__________ _-_ -_ _- = Leon County Superior a at the S. W. Come of Washingtoo season, by in this .t.AluJ Ieu.r
; NOTICE. JOHN H. POPE November Term, 10. who havo net ben paid and. Mnnroe Street, and having a cWnplele ready for reception of visitors. .Arrangements recently paper with the ,

the Hon. biB to the people are now notified am prepared to pay themat Square of the best of Linen Paper he is now have been made for the accommodation of a reasonable relative to the hsp7 and bflne6eid
months after I shall to srie assortment
date apply professional administration e'
t SIX of Leon Court, for letters dis- OFFERS County. Office in Mon CUo, my oAce. North of the capitol square, !Tallahassee enabled to manufacture Blank Boob of every description number visitor, and ample supplies laid of MOFFAT'S LIFE .
Cosmty who do not of PHENIX ILJ.a
1 until l the 1st June. cal Office Merchants in of the comforts and of the luxuries the BI"TERS _
tnitsory administratrix on the Estate of J. T. over the store of William Denham Co. TOe suitable for Banks Public many >
( 4 by that time and the will Mt be paid. seLls These who patronize thin place during Those who hue peuled
th
signOre
; .
4 Johnson, late of said County, dectiued"CATHARINE Monticello.May :.180. rtur. BROWN, and others, in single or complete country. red will obtefT' that IStt abe,1
z JOHNSON Deed Record, and Docket Books, and all other the rammer will find their situation more pleasantthan "" III Ilrn.! ,

P. Kna. .JAMES T. ARCHER of the administrators of S. II. Duval Blank, used County Courts can be a-blain. ul al. The Springs and Balhinj-Houses are aunt lU fact, that no i iattends ineon''ienee' cisc_
her by ,
t By Agent late Marsh 1 1M. D Bob the tl I
4 may 31 May 26 1 deceased ed notice, ruled and bund in any style in good order-the water delightful, and .enu.t.in but taking ofease these medici-i.L.
a *, that
the
44NOTCE. Tallahassee, Fla. PARTNERSHIP. required, and warranted equal or any attendance to the call of the visitor patisn wiLbftca, .

build- LEVI HART entered other Particular attention will b The waters of the Suwannee Spring are justly operation, it universally left ill
i.
Office Munroe Street in new I
on FRANCIS manufacure.
Wyatt's M.H. betttar state of Itrtt
: shall to the celebrated for their medicinal -many invalids health than ,
months after date, we apply ing. May 26. V V into 1st January, 1840, Under paid to re.binding Bob, Newspapers, properties wu tJpt '.
.. I SIX & the Judge of Leon County Court, the Co-partnership of FaNCis& Hiar the otd. fUdofWM.I. lines, Pamphlets, Books.. &c. in plain or hare found great relief and others restored to being afflicted with direa*,,and ill all pn.

for letters dismission a* administrators of the en- J. M'CANTS, style WM. II.a FRANCIS, ornamental binding, or to match patterns. Paper to health and vigor by their use. For a pleasant .! acute t suffering, great relief b ob'.ajDe4

1' tale of JOHN A. WILLIT, deceased late of said and Counsellor FRANCIS. LEVI HART ruled for Letters, } resort during the summer months,this place equals I hours and a care Ja generally etreete4 h t

county. TADDY WILLEY Attorney a LI __ He DUI. sale a 4c. assortment of Blank any other situation in Florida, or the adjoining three days. ''ItI

WM C. PONDER ractice in the Curls of Strayed, ,of I In cases of Ftvt a of
ruled
WILL Letter and Writing Pa or plain country. I every
and in the Appeals. Of- pbout the first of April, JOkl per deacription.a..IlII
bilious
april 4, 180 36 Administrators.Administrators' FROM Walker'l Mil Ruled stevery description.lllorders Charges will be affections, it is
tf 16, 1840 blue in the face, quality. paper moderate.E.O'PONDER form
-- fice'at Tallahassee, Fl. april Sorrel with a received and promptly attended ught, a. I believe the Un *It
thankfully
Notice. and ofa color with a scar on hi. loft cheekbone / JONES. nf MeDtClIIU :1
JOHN P. DUVAL, 1 bay to. P. A- HAY hRD.TolabSe" Jono6.1 46 RICHARD .r..Hy admitted to be the Ue
of HUGh and about old. A liberal reward effectual 1n00t '
indebted the estate 5
persons to was yenrs cure extantin all
ALL ATTORNEY AT LAW I for the of one or both of July 1 13-tf NOTICE. d 1lel.let or that
will
O'E, deceased,of Leon county, arc hcrcliy be given delivery The Liar M.DICWI .
notified( to mako immediate payment; and all UJlehuinA WILL practice in the courts of Middle and ; them, at Walker's Millsor at CaptJohn Myrick, ColonVellhinl. THE Subscriber offer for sale tho followin ( ar relief affections of the are Liter also a iu i**
"
Res- of Cotton, low for and !
Florida and Court of WALKER. CASH-
Appeils. E. C.
lub Tallahassee.
dcmndl will prevent them to the cribN near THE been proved in hundreds '. ufc
dence near Gen. of an act passed at thw last sos- Cognac Brandy half pipes and qr.caaks of eaus whet
Brown'l.jan
fnr settlement.ESTHER have
duly come forward *
ale.ted, Gostciiliofer & Davies, and *
25 26 sion of time Legislative Council, respectfully informs Holland Gin in bbls.Wliifkey rcqaet that
ROSF. A.lm'x.J.T. .
B. __ MERCIIAN T nenca in taking them lheirtz
COMMISSION ,
might be
I the public that he is Io weigh in do VU Ii.be4
DEVAUN.AdmV.March S. W. Carmnck & .Tlcdicus A. Long, NEW ORLEjIXS.. rrl benefit of other In th..ir IW tilt
t ton cither in this city or at the Railroad Depot Lard,in kegs operation illlUcJa
4 21, 1840. 34 ATTORNEYS AT LAW REFERENCES Bond Esq they restore the tone ef J
the
His scales are manufactured at the same place 'Oi Flour, Molasses Stomach} &
Superior Court for Leon County.-- TALLAhASSEE, FLA. Messrs. Bctlon &Fisher those used by tho United States generaly. and Corn HayManhiaden the d.gcstive organs, and ''Dllgorale.tbe 1Itrcthea

NOVEMBER TEst, 1U4U. Practice. in partnership in the Srpcri- t Kerr & Kirkey, likewise by the weighers of cotton city of and Cod Fish in bbls functions of the whole bOI!', aDd thus leraJ

WILLIAM A. CAR r,. WILLIAM CRAWFORD jr. WILL of the Middle and Apalacbicola: Tallahassee. New York and have been examined by the Inspector Jinxes Pickles, in quart jars both sexes,(for they are PcrfecthYadsPtedI.514)?

end THOMAS C.IOH. trading &c., under the Districts, and in the Court of Appeals. TIIlir Messrs. .Molyneux, Wiihcrby: 4- Co. Livcrpoo of scales and weihl of stid city,and proved 300 bbl. Limp. an invaluable means d. )

firm and lyle of TVm. Cruwfrdjr.': if Caron.Altaehment office IK, for tho present, in the new court house. lhrt 2:3: 1 1040. ___ 331y coirect. Price of weighing. 10 cents per bale.D. McNAUGHT & ORMOND.Port cstoring health. U4

$I, O.Oj-Ulnage.: $3,000.00.THE Dec 21 J20 _ To the Citizens of Florida : M. SH EFFIILD ,Weigher of Cotton.Tallahassee. Leon. March 20tli )1840. In affections of t the head whether ale4l11pta-
with
",,p drJtlduut! al othe" intccstl.d, arc -'n'lor- (? P. f pain and giddiness, or marked
Dr. Benjamin R. for losses by m,
NILE take charge of all claims snslaiied For Sale or to Rent .
r..b notified of in&litulion of the said ous calammty impaired Pft
"t t suit,by attachment} returnable,tIl. to the Term aforesaid OFFERS his nrofejMonal' services to the citi I by our tiiizcns in the war with the TH'ilE highest t premium will be paid lor Notes o FOR: the pre enl year section 8, (Lafayette tations of the .heart. flatulence' mBntal,'loss ener ..>Iq"!.

and arc to and plead to the Tullaha"sce and its vicinity. Office Florida Indi.lll; and t'il, as their attorney ir. fact JH_ tlin Batik State Georgia or Augusta, Florifda ) situated 4 miles North: of Tallaliaxsee strength, and the multiplied or appel4te..
; appear
;i r declaration: filed required in raid care,as the law direct a) his father's residence, on the north fido of Wuchinplon (if authorized to net a suchpr.'sccut* their claims Life and Trust Company, Noitli and South on the Georgia Road on which there are I dered diction,THE Lire IImp\onll or diaor,_

f 16 g3nJO. J. Alt. for I ) Square.'alahasser. i'cfore C'ngurss. or any other tribunal that may be Carolina/ Banks, or drafts on Northern Cities, in about 80 acres of cultivated Land, well frnred in. to possrM the mont ltDICHlqill be (_
may BRANCH. salutary
I"'f. 30th Nov IftVOCharles : of such claim". is etficacv.
created by law for l til'!"adjudication immediate application. made to Apply to F.GERARD1N, Constitutions rclax-d. .
---- woak
OF and SOLU. .nr _dh.2.
L17IE
.t CHLORIDE Thos-is who to have my lVICel, "II BERRY: & OOWLl G, or ap 4 36 Port Leon. --- -'. 'sJuuIa
may IDea
OF destroying S. Sibloy cc.irc __ or women, are under the immediate
: H': SODA fo rail Oil Titus H. PuVAL, Iq.: atTjHahasMjo, who ode4 L. A. THOMPSON. THE Lira MEDICINES inmme-es III

.t Contagion. Decumpobing Pestilential: Er OFFERS l his profesM mals ervices as Attorney will the requisite of attorney, con- DISSOLUTION. Old Cough., Ajhm*,,
fluvia and neutral inp ; strong i\'f ; : at the taininj, tin which tlc business will be Co-Partncrrliip existing be- i and.pdil
1 i; for sale by 52' RANDOLPH & LEWIS. debts,ant. in Mi,ldic Fl"ridi. He will attend all undertaken: trml by upon FOR SALE POl CASH ONL Y. THE the Subscribers in tne Tallahassee! I cured. Poverty of blood and emacia ll
me.
t NOTICE. jhe COlts in t lie Middle District. Ma 26 43 31:1.. P. DUVAL.JET containing about 2000 Orange Exchange, is tin day dissolved by mutual con :, will ere long meet the happiest efJane'4111ba
) A chill .
fla.d
in Munroe Street,in the building formerlycccupic'r and Lime Trees, of an to bear in sent. The busines-s will be closed by J. G. Williams watery will become rich and
Oier one
!h: THE Subscriber requests II!| those indebted to Tr Florida Star.QuIney; Si ntinel,St.Joneph ago o and the limbs be WM|1IIIf.
by Win. WiUon.ns Book Slurc.'uJalus two after The ,who is duly authorized to settle Ihe flame.J. covered with flesh firm
on note or open account, to call and settle 1 Gazette, and the NC\'H of M.Aususlinc years transplanting' 1'rtt wereraised ,4
; '(e May 12tli ItJ.W. -10-tf Tiu'II'tIjr"la from Choice Cuba Seed G. 'HLL1AMS, healthy.
immediately, us further indulgence' cannot be will inert: the above for thiee mcnllii, and are a healhy. Nervous disorders of

i, f given. All accounts unsettled by tho first of Sep 1MVIU) ( ) S. \iVAUvKU, and"forward their accounU to me at Tallahassee.. and thriving condition. Directions will be given April ht. 1C40. WM. TAYLOR.. yen cause arising. fly every before kind, and from.w'_
teml'cr bc W. P. which adhered to, will insure them in ibe effects of T
If'L "i put in suit. A TORNK Y A T LA 1 1T, $G. 1) and safety removal Coparl ii ci'ship. LIFE MEDICINES I and. all that) train of sinkin .Viclies.
EDWIN W.
to
July 1840. 52 I/.VI: CARLTMN.Notice. ------- transplanting.< Apply subscribers have this formed .
day a co- and
\ WILL practice in the Courts"ftle Middle Districtof DORSEV, Auctioneer, Tdhlahmasacc WM. THE tremours w hich so dreadul1alf'ett
Kent Me
For Sale or 0 lU
: Port Leon under the
Floridas: office is the frt room tw the ri.ht at nnmeof weak the sedentary, and the dciicat/
} hommodious stand: as HOTEL NAUGHT, Poit Leon. mar 14 .if|
: from tlieSuut-criber! on Faturdnv iiiht J B. 'lalhahasscewherchic, may : 3 Miller <& RowIe, to carry on tho STORAGE thorl lime,be succeeded by cheerfulae *.?! I
STOLEN over
I Bultc"tOf. il at ST. MARKS, recently occupied by and ,
Si COMMISSION I *
bu
!ines' 1rJ
HORSE ? NATHAN'S of
)J7 health.
.f fl\\ white hind SOHI.LL hand high a always be '( ) :__ ____ _ _ I!I I !ft1ift thc. subscriber. Possession given im HOTEL. Thi-y h.ive a large and commodious warehouse presage
subscriber lakes the For weakness
his of
I : \llh 0 large wart .ju slicatli I I I I I 10 the THE liberty informing deficiency of nitoral
undersigned
mediately. Apply
to IIIUQ been Ur. A. 31. \1JLPI friends onJ fur the storage of merchandize arid cotton and ttrenrti
( supposed taken by sonic negro. Anj the! public generally, that lit ; and relaxation: c-f the ve-wels, by too '
t IfurldIOn wllo! thankfully! aid' Iibea. I JAVl.\ (; lo.aicd! Talhlssee, of. or to Win. M'Naught. has purchased the house lately known as the hope by s'rict attention, ar.d |'rllflll| tne. in the ilulijenteof I I the passions, this I medicine frequent in-
GERADIN.IVoticc.
rf.c\.t > <- t to public, Feb. 8. F. j is tab
roc thr a
ally \ '| .iolhcn 'FLORIDA HOrSE"Quincy, which under hIt execution oforjpis, to give siti>faction to all who certain ami invaluibte remedy. '
JOI OlMA lie is be al the office of Dr. J. II. Randolph
U to fOUllI .
8 eutiubt business to then
t -July __._52 __ : on Monroe Strctt- snperintcndance has undergone thorough repaiir- may care. Those wrIt' have long resided in hot elinutct
.: ; ;; subtcri! ers, having soM their stock of and in which he is now ready to receive and entertain (;r.O. MILLER and arc languid and relaxed in t'icir! whole
ji
( (o Kent la .1 THE
) -_.- to M. SWArM, hereby request ail per- .' to the bcslof his ability all who may favci Refer toJOlll' J. KOWLES. may take THE LIFE MEDICINES I will ue, true,

: j .!' For the bal'lro of the year.-Aconvenient JLau IVoticc. -- l.n.indebted to them, to rail and{ settle the same, him with their patronage. Messrs' Helton & Finder Tal.'ahai-fec!' ; effects; and persons removing to the happihl

Jl I two story Dwelling: H<>usc, 1' I I I 1. Co-parlm-r-hin hitherto' existing between hy cash er note, immediately' or the same viI be To those! who know him,he deems it unnccessa Berry & Dow'ing, *' States or West Indies cannot sore! a Southern

with a good ganh'n, "It.(:tcd on L fay- \%I\1. 1'. DUVAI4 und \V.i1f. II. BROCK- I lodged with an attorney for collection. !, ry to make promises with regard to the manner it _Po.t Leon, Feb. I. 1 P40 31 taut article ofiieallli! and lire. more illlpor.

..1 cite Urcet. For further partial r. ENBHOUGl has born tin day di!$olvcd by mu t P. H. SWAIM &CO.; which tho House will be kept. To all others, lit Valuable lands for Sale. The following cases are among the most

i it qUire. of JOSEPH C. CRANE:, or at this office.: I r11"/I.: ) _St _i-'v' _i-l 1840_ 36 3m______ has only to say cat! and judge for yourselves, a& cub tnbcr having a greater quantity of cures effected, and gratefully acknowledged reetnt bvth,

I -may_55' 43 tf ________ WM. II. nROCKE BROUGf continue to --- STAGE "LINE I you lid him,so speak of him. TlIIE than is desirable for his own cultivation deisons brncfuied:
It. NoticeirjJ reside at ApaUi'hiro |11.111| practice in the A pata- ISAAC NATHANS. Case of Jacob C- Hunt New
idlers for sale three Windsor
valuable
,HE bl" and :U.COUltl of DINIF.L DAMEL, chicnU; I Ilisttct) ai.d I County of Leon :and the From Columbus, Ga., to ApaJachicola, Fla. Q.uincv.April33" plantations-onesit ,t County, N. Y.-A dreadful tumor Oranji
uated Black Creek
\ Jaand M'RACNY & 'UAWCS the hundsof.X. Court of AppeaN regularly and in Jefferson and Four Horse CoacIu'S. on about thirteen tulle tIlt destroyed star.
in
arc I-os. CHEAP HOUSE, SIGN AN from Tallahax.sec coritniniiig thirteen hundredacre. 'Iy the whole! of Ins lice, noso and jiw. EiptrCenccd
Ga !sden if .
-. Harris, for collection. Ail will be hpccidllv eniploycil.Nuv.2tith,1
F. acrcultl quick rcl.cf: from the of '
600 of which in of use the Lire Medi.
cultivation
Tn ORNAMENTAL PAINTING GLAZING arc a high state -
r i fuil, if not sealed immediate; JIIHlfec. rifle'. and in I less than thre
s munths
the residue! rich hammock was
-- mostly land with !
'I'i entirely
i 14 and .
Paper
2 30 TRA.NKHAWES.John : Hanging1.riMIIE
: .__ LEGAL NOTICE. I I undersigned most respectfully informs the all the necessary farm houses and outbuildings cured. (Case repontewmth a wood engraving ala

i C. Jacobi, Tloma! Balzel! and Walker Anderson Allorncys H the raised this plantation have not been a new pjnifihlet! now in press.)
upon
crop
citizens of Tallahassee and
Via Florence Fort Gaines that he
? at in in tin Blalely o rt r's vicinity Case of The*. Purcell. senV. 84
Lumber the practice in the yeariuf
Measurer and Inspector of for copartnership i is prepared io execute in the neatest surpassed by any country. Another, about an
t County of Superior Courts of the Counties of Jefferson, Leon and Brote's Fernet: Ga., and Irwin ton, of the above branches, at short notice, maRer and at any the same distance noilhcast from Tallahassee! was Bided( 18 years with swelling in histr*

I.c0 Gadsden Franklin, Calhoun, and Jackson, uni prices was entirely cured by taking 42 pills in 3
700
I which will containing' about acre, of rich oak and hickory week
induce -'k
TFEJIS his services to those who : Ala.NLY those wanting v- ; done to give
may please Cue of .
Joan ....
>
moderatea. in tho court of Appeals at Tallahacscc., 30 HOURS Stage 'travel from Colum. him a call. Country order attended land ; with GOon 70 acres :n eultivatirn ; and Daulion.: Aberdeen,Obio rbeuma-
>! him. to.
rait
t Charges ONLY promptly
a
t T.aaec.March: : upon 14, I8i0. 33 Address of Thor!!Bali/ell, A|>'ilachicola. to New Orleans, in splendid Coaches, I N. B. I'aint of all coiors reads prepared, and another in Hamilton crunty about ten mile from ism five year*-is entirely cured-has ned the
Address of Walker Anderson, Tallahassee. level beautiful tlie: 5u Life Medicines for Worms in children, and found
,: --- n a and road along the banks of mixed for use. T. B. CLARKE.; \ annee Springs containing about COCO
t;' Last. Notice. June IS, 1R39.-tf he Chattali"o'-hre River. F.-b 15 29 tfhULL'S acre% a small put in cultivation, with farm houses them a sovereign remedy.

I t LI |i"T-.ons indebted to the Estate of T. 111.1. : J 'I' G. DAYS OF DEPARTURE- ,I &.. 'I 1 his l hand i i. of superior quali'y (or the future Case of Lewis Austin-periodical sicl-hciJteha
_*.:. : ':"C: ', arc required! to come C.nl lL\II -always relieved by small dose
;s: :'C' :: thankful! From Columbus, un and Fridays at of sea inland! cotton. -now entire!,
.ld .'...Uu\\t' out' further delay, and all to whom ,',"..".... Til : 6 o'clock. A. M. T'Jelda)1 Vegetable Pulmonary Balaam, Also free from it.
tract of 400 at the natural
thcir claims for .... r past favours KcFjtc The of which,haM become l a acre bridge
hand in etta bli Case
reputation
\ i.deitedjvi1l of
late \ as Adon Ames-cured of
t Cliatlalioochcc) s most invetmli
t- _' on lhs.ur.e led the St. Marks
I : tifht)' informs the citizens f'r : daysind snmc on about I 11 1 miles South east of TalahaMcc /-
_. r tho most safe and efficacious
tarrcd.
.1; 14juLI4'tt, 1.1 tlc: xfill be : : '--.g. Tullahssbee and \icinity that time after the ainval of the U 5. Mail BOlt from remedy ; half of this tract is a rich alluvial sIJi i and obstinate dyspepsia and general debility.

1.: A "ALEX.UEl.olmr.Jl he continues" to on the A;>alachicola/ via Ioljand meeting at Fort Gainrv.PerhonH ever discovered for upon it there i i.i also a fine mill seal, with greater Case of Adair Adams, Windsor,Obio_rheumatism

: : "1 1cCA.TY, odlx. tL iLi Cabinet Mal/my carry IciMfios: in desirous of going from Columbus: Ga. Influenza, Coughs, Colds, A"thma.Iloopiny water power than any in Middle FIIrica.Thcsc gravel, I.ver: affections, and general Dt"OIlldebiii'

4 _E "h ::? : !_ Otr.UL __. ____ :- -I_ z nil its variety at I he old slandornl"2 to New Orleans, wll: find this by far the dlalf..tInd the Coujjh.Lungs.Spilling,of Blood, and all afFections of lands will be s-ilJ at moderate price, andeasoniblc "llad been confined seven,urll'-'II n lr

fccvcral valuable mol cxprditiou as well tho and if desirable from hjr bed by taking one box erpilia and a boti.ofbjttersa .
J"c P.I.-I v..1' :lie* to 1..1 and Kiboldn bppoki as (hi. u-eTiil credits : tlu purchasercan
W.VT ell' LAND near bis residence.Bf 1 Col'yaU's Store, here ho most comfortable way, an it intersects time great IN presenting proprietor authorised remedy to the public.. have Union Dank Slock upon a part of tlieurchae. most exiraordi'nary cure-the i I nova

f. their capital in laburttri Brunswick and Florida I Line nt Chaltahoorhcc it by 1 Physician from very healthy and robust woman-atUited br her
>
*!" 'J,\, -j wil bo happv to receive orderl ffln his friends! and whom the recipe Was confidentially obtained, to W BUADEN. ,
husband
c to hu : ..dst<"i w.lh moa satisfactory credo public! generally. Sidcbojr: Hurea u's and flirimi.tureofeverydescriptionmnaale making a travel ofbut 30 hours by singes!through stale that he has used it himnsefarid! in his extensive De 28 21Leather bbiibcl Adams.
Case of
4. KOr.UlT GAWULE. in and the whole route. Time from Columbus to Mobile! .Mrs.Badger, wife of Joseph Bai.r-
a
Lime and Hair.
fashi'laLlo in
practice affections vith ,
.t Pulmonary astoninhing -
similar to above
nearly result the
<9.5H.N 54 hours. -
.tlanr'eL'c._. _ion, l'la.2rftli-- Nov. 18 Mibstarilial manner, and on reasonable term, and cflett. The happy combination of vegetable ''Tn. -lIE Subscribers have constantly on hand a Cae of Susan Goodaraot. same.
he j-trict attention to business to merit For the Proprietor. J complete assortment ofLl-A: THER..uitdblefur a young DI.'DIniewomanIIIj..cl
: co'rzcL'. hopes by sub/ance ot which it i it entirely composed Io ill health
i and receive liberal share of the .if tho WILLIAM CADY. Uin Bands, f/arness Carriage Tops, Boo's and several jean-
C. a palronagn ,
I I. n t I 'i. of ,ia my oeent and altor- public. Liver, and Stomach. Also constant supply of LIME and in hale
)ntieclo ---- -- er- now and hcaliby.
h d \ JOHN F. TUCKER.: JACOB BLLSS. For Sale, This medicine has been used very extensively HAl: R, for Plastering : .111 of which, they offr Case of Miss Thomas
N. B. All kinds furniture repaired on reason- and the proprietor has notknowna low for cash, or in exchange for hides,at their Tan ,daughter of EiTkoowt
r '.: .1 4 rt t 2C ___ u_ _-__ able A HANDSOMILIGHT: UAROUCHF. with which : single instancein 'aid. BROWN & GALBRAITH. cough anti! symptoms of consumption_cored is
it has failed in
terml.Tlah.I"ee relief in diseases'for
NOTICE. harness compl r hlf (!. giving four weeks. Her su>!cr cured of a seven atheist
il3-tf Tallahassee Ang. Ildr| I ISIW l-tf
Fcpl. 7lh. __ which it is recommended in .
11ITE subsr'ibcr .ff.-r for sale, liis VALUABLE Tort Leon, Feb., WM. M'NA UG lIT. ; even cases approaching nSammatory rheumatism in ONE: w u.

I ,, on the Armenia lake, NOTICE. to coLsumption, attended with bleeding Notice to Cotton Planters.I I Cane of S. Col via-cured of a severs attack of
.a. PLANTATION' rfflHE Citizens of Tallahassee to Lands Sale. foijlhe Lungs, and where all other remedies had!
arc requested I JAMES' BOAT\\ RIGHT'S
tl.e East half of the N. W. quarter of section fo IMPROVED COTTON I scarlet fever in a few days by the Life Medicines
being _H_ clear and their lots and back to previous the failed,the most decided and flattering has
two one, North baM; up keep yard PURSUANT notice, Apala- success SAW GIN:. Case of Harriet Twogood Sauna,N. .-wuin
West two, tuwmlilt N. ,W.range of wction& two, C:1: of filth! and rubbit.li. Thu Corporation Carts Company now offer for sale and attended iu use. Common colds, which are generally TAKE this method of informing the Plan a very low state of health a and a halt-did

the hilf two one, North quarter and Last: A'so, wil go round the City on //rcdnekd.iys and Satur entry tho following Pine I6lnd. in Leon County. the cfiuct of obstructed perspiration, wi I ters tint I have tabiit-ln, d a thoj in Quinry not xpect to recover. Mus year T. i is now able to

: township the )half of, range the N. E. quarter of scrt-on thrcr, hays, and it i if requested all litter and rubbish In Town i South-Ranjf lEaH, sections 7, 16, yield to its influence in a few hours: when utd il l for the purpose of furnishing them with the above walk about and is rapidly recovering both health

_- } Cal ore, Noith and East ; and lie collected and deposited on the streets, early on 18, 19,23, 25,26,34.3', and tractions unsoldin Asthma, Hoarseness, \\heezir'g.' and shortness of articles, made on the last improvement. The im- and strength.

0 tvwifhip known two.tic! range Ful.r aar Bcmbry p1antatc'n.- the morning of those days, and on no other days in ecctionI5, 9. JO. 14, 15, 17 and 24. breath it gives rcln-f procuring tranquilrest mnrcmcnl is in the rihs which wear ont first. I Case of Benjamin J. Tucker-fevers cats of
: IS the week The weather in thai III Town 3 Southrange I East-sections 1 and sice,). In hooping it is without
is aho it 100 acres of land, which, for' warm hiving let 2,4. ; c6ugh When the ribs wear out at the place where the Fever and Ague__.cured in a short spies of
t ler open the propriety of such an arrangement is manifot to all! 5,8. I 11,12,13,14,15 1 22, 23, 24, and fractions of 3 a rival. It "pciates by gentle expectoration, and teeth very .
of noil et' be ranked among pass through a new set can be obtained in time. Directions followed: strictly.
feiltlity may I who have for the health of the ar.d it and 10.Ia may be given infants with
Tlieso lands with- regard city t ptrfccafrty. five minutes hy simply sliding the breast Liter-
< in the Territory. lay a quarter Ca c ofAmo., Davis-Affection. of the
t 41 Jint1 is that the citizens will comply Town 2 South, range 2 East-sections 30 and For sale by RANDOLPH &. LEWIS.
hoped generally
tla 'v ycrd* of the prcat Armonia lake, which with the above 31, find fractions of 19, 29 ami 32. jan 25 26 cf an inch, It 1111 l putting a wedge under each sido of i after trying doctor's remedies in vain for a long
in the world. There (regulation. the Gins which will a of ribs without
| u lnrapt"catir.ot lit furpatsed In Town 3 South give new set as good time was cured by the Life Medicines
By order of the City Council range 2 Ea&t-sections 6, 7, ThFhhIO'1'EL
with as t'le! first and so until
is a"'o.new well con\en"nnl to tho dwcliug. and tractions of 8 I on, they are worn out iu trouble.
18
A. E. IMRRIS, 5. and 29.
undersigned hating from Gen. Ive six .
plenty of rxco'.cr.t! water. THE purchased or places.I Extraordinary of Pratt who was
In Town I South case Lynian
Tbd purchaser can have from !to:3 years indulgence april 18 38 City Marshal. 31, 32 33, 34 and frations, range: 1 "est'-lecionI2", 3 ) BROWN, that wel known establishment wi l I keep constantly on hand Friction Ro r afflicted with Phthisic 20 years__affected a perfect!

Tnere is now crowing I Eno C'OI of corn JAMESB.GAMBLU and his, brother :GRAT- ; 1. 27,28, 3 hassee called the Oity Hotel I, tho city of T Ia Sins and B.x Gins, which 1 wairant to please in cure in 24 hours by the use of the Life Mediciaei

01 the farm, fuitable .baser.HUIIARD \ this day associated in 36.The of Town 2 South I hue opened limo house under the overy respect or no sale. My price for Fiiction Thousands of persons afflicted in like manaw-.

U. CROW ELL. b"Iinrs', nt ho old stand GAMBLE St 'Rain, under sections,'hor 25,26,35 and 36., range West except tho delphi Hotel. They are now making import Roller Gin in $4 per saw; and for the Box Gin $3 have, by a judicious use of MOFFAT Lira Pp1

___ July,1810.. 49ELECTION ________________. the name and slylc of JAMES B. GAMBLE & Co. $1.50 per acre m current bills of the ant unproV'menl and repairs and will have by the per saw. Persons wishing to buy Gir.s for their and PIIEKIX BiTTEas been restored to the enjo/-
NOTICE.N Th
: for Colonel of the Seventh bestowed on the late firm. Tl'esu Lands offer :advantages for pasture range on the property, whereby they will be able to accommoclate Gins. All orders will be attended to with promptness. pleasant to the taste and smell,gently astriBjs us

_____ _. Regiment ELECTION Militia tf, fill the JAMES B. GAMBLE, cultivation and superior Timber. stringers veiling this county in a fibres of the stomach and give that prupertewilj
}.rido vacancy GAMBLE. satisldclory niinner. Tim Hnl.lu. 4..on3 OM' Cimm ttio hortevi
J. GUATTAN: may r.rai..d at. llvtIVC, run In which a As nothio'ei
ot'Cl. A. A. .Fisher Cash will for good aigrslion requires.
occasioned by ; payments required halfsertiml
altention
!ilalul b upon every to their he best
J 4, 1840 22 cfrfurb. style. nourish the constitution
n and be better adapted to help and
will be hc'-d by the otfcer! the several beats in smaller fractions of sections. purchasers
rt
Al JOSEPH CROSKEY, I refer the planter to Mr. R. L. Edmonds acknowledged
To of there is generally
Planters.IRON so nothing more
Leon County.'on Saturday, the 23th insLReports over these inny be made on the <- terms of lh
_ l DAVID for
F. WILSON.
Quinry information as these i i.itd
all
Election be made tothe undersigned received by tho Schooner is 1-411c in cash regards Gin, tlr.. to be peculiarly efficacious in
of the to SCJEWS Company; that ,and ]1,2 anti 3yearim Tallahassee, April I 3d, 1840. 36
I stTallalu, within days thereafter, from Baltimore, are HOW ready for payment of the other 3.4lhs.' any planter from South Carolina who has used wastingloss of oppetite,illdlge tloo, depreaiomiiJspirits

J .. wording law. JOSHUA\1 TAYLOR, foifdelivcry on the paynmenlofLhio bame. Apply to Lands in Gadsdi-n and Leon suitahln exclusively For Sale, (l!em. W. C.COOPER. ,trembling or shaking of the hands and limbs

aN July! 4 49 Major Commanding. Juno_2 f -- T.R BETTON. for cultivation 'i also ho sold as usual, on application : ONE two horse Sulky' Wagon. Mar 14 33 tf obstinate coughs shortness of breath,or eonsaap-
one da do with -
: STORAGE. A" Seed Peas for Sale. to John Carlo'hal.l Kiq. at Apahthiroi.i.orihfl omplete.! HOle WM.- FRANCES harness! &c. Leon Academy. live habits. wonderful efficacy

leaFed one of the LOT of Red and White Crowdo Peas and Subscriber; and settlers will be preferred l-) the Noo8ihm, 1839 Trustees of Leon Academy announce to i The Life Medicines possess

THE undersigned Houses and faring Wharf latelY erected by Coro Pea, for ull. Apply to purchase of their settlements; provided they make --- THE Public that they have engagod Mr. in all nervous disorders fib, headaches, !eabJ

JOSEPH F. C. their airangwurnls uiihin a jumble time. L. CARLTON SHEFTAU. and Dr.MOORE lake es, heaviness and 'lowness of spirits! ,
to
&, N. Hamlin, solint share of patron IARLEY. charge of the Male of the miM,
a "sn J At his Plantation in the ) Iunlclcnt. Former IIT.II'I'T from ihe Company who arc Merchant Tailor, Deparlientofthio. School just established by them sight confused thoughu wandering of teric

Business April 23. 1040. 29 in arrears; Ihllr payment', aro respectfully re- 'JOtJLl I> respectfully inform the citizens of In this city. vapors and melancholy and all kinds hj .
A #
Fonvnrdliij oi
Receiving ---- quested to : witn;, the Subscriber, or with Mr. 1 of and its The School will complaints,, are gradually removed by their
&. ALLXANDEK.{ PAINTS, OILS, &C. tIe vicinity, that he has open on Monday next.in the old flatulencies,or obstructions
.JAl1 Carnothan In sickness of the stomach
the
during returned from New
15th 38 250O lbs While Lead oil SCISOJ. York with a fresh supply of Methodist Meeting House. In this nw to Ser
Port Leon i. kegs of 100 lbs attempt and as a pun
H J. B. BROWN Cloths ,they are safe and powerfu .
CaM-imrrcs and establish
the Academics in the
of City "limo
VcstingH Trustees
and 25 lbs each-Linseed oil, S >t newest ear- lbl
in
ir $5 Reward. ] Turpentine, Auent Apal.iclncola Land and the of the blood, they have not their equal .
finest
Brushes, and Window Company.ohrmce style fabric, which he pledges to neatly appeal to the pride, and invoke the aid of
JL/OST, on the 3d instant between Tallahassee! For & GI.loariuu8Iizes. at Mr. E. Barnard's, Tallahassee.jau those that call on him to Stave made up ill time their fellow citizens: they trust, that while? flour- world! .. .

_ ,: .d Robert CopelatidX. an English silver Watch, "lle by R.1NDOLFH LEWIS. 4 22 mi.west fal'hi n. To pleuso the gay and fastidious shin;; Academics are liberally supported elsewhere I For additional particulars,of the" above of d'c'T*' BIC'? '

tho subscriber's name on. the back, written & he Subscriber! ban employed R.R. around them, llaemnimabitammtsof the see JIofTil's Good Samaritan a copy
wit I83D S8if Pilgrim, who Capitol of the
__i tbo point of a kDife.Vhoe'er will return ._:Apri7: KKIflOVAL.THH will give his undivided trUetion .to the filing Territory will hence forwaid: manifest a devoted accompanies the medicine-a copy can *'*.a11the
receive the above' Subscriber have removed their entire c*. more obtained ol the difterent who
.said watch to this office, .hal ELLIOT'S COKiV CIIRE.DR. DcoanrnenL. interest, in chcrUhing their Agents
_ own inttitutious.
-- reward. FOLLENSBEE.Tallahassee. ELLIOT'S l'L.4STLRI'ast.oinuscJ with fr(1 their old stand in Berry'sRow Tallahassee, Oct. 20th, 1889.Notice. city medicine for sale. __ I..

May 9 41_ unctmmon success : And wherever it (has .o tl New Brick Buildii'gon Monroe street, The Ichola tic will be divided into four I French, German, and Spanish dinectioas C&A "
year
next .A BroadwaY-
to Co where
Ware &c. been introduce!, has supers' tied the Ukc of other Wm.I.\VyaU S they willcontinue .LL indebted sessions of eleven weeks each: and the obtained on application: at the office.375

Wnhcs .ewelry'Slver ill same: lll"iur61 a hen: loforo-"iz: persons to G FORGE W. GRANT, following All letters will receive immediate attention.
,, D AUSTIN, Jr..&.CO.bavo remClicl(aai the clre of oornfc. ilealing in iaddlti, IS i idles, Marlingalu and liariaates are requested to call on W. li. .CKLKY.E5,., rates tuition allowed, to bo paid in advance to post. paid
removed to the A few applcation"will entirely remove the largest the Treasurer of the, Board of T
S and settle their Trustees. ,
of all descriptions. Also n general assort- accounts by the Isth of April.- Prepared and sold WILLIAM B.MORA
by
corns alJ prevent pnin.
"torf formerly' occupied l.y isicntoflfarnvs Trimming Bills and Spun Coach, All accounts tit paid by that time will be in Orthography and Reading $J Yort. liberal deduction
Price SO cents box,with directions for put 375 Broadway New A
&, where per The atovo with
Wm II Co. Ile. lIuit.' Writing and Arithmetic 10
Wyatt Fur ale il 1" nt the Drugstore ofRANDOLPH Gig and Ruling H'liipt, TrunLt, Ca-e fla ', G W. GRANT made to these who purchase to sell again.
JoluitG I
The above with
they are now opcuinor.1eoU' : A. LEWIS.: C. ,fuiddbs Ban, flat Bow,&r. kt. Uirting.11a1cI march UI I 34 Grammar and Geography, and AGENTS-The Life Medicines may aIIobobl d
of arlidenin
hIstory,
tiful J amortiucwt Bridle arid Lealhtr jj Iowa
CUd May 16111, 18. 41-t Toy logCu/Moroc.eoand&ietp KIRKMAN; ABERNXTE1Y.[ & IIANN The above, with Greek end of any of tile principal Druggist in every .
EIII-i:: their line. 1 --, .----.- bkinf. Latin and General and the Can.
tho United States
Ihorughont
Gold. Lever, Anchor, Blender -i Copartnership.THEsuWnWrhijtfve Saddle, llama Bridles and Marlingalut, made Commission merchants Literature, 15 Ask Phenix Bjturr "d
for Moffal'a Lile Pills and
and Virge Watches; Ring*, .DiaKul, OnYJllb.Gan1l day entered into to order, at short notice. I New Orleant. French-extra charge of \Q ,
DiawuiwI, Refer It.J. Cail ond By order of the bo sure that a fac similie of John Mofi'at'liIiPltU'
- 4..; Bro.rl M C4iiiiini Hiun and forvurdmj .1 WARD & MAY. Henry Bond. Trustees. is the label of each bottle! of Bitters or

&
!10 Ear ftis cud Pi.MJ S iu War*. &, OiuMu4. MINAUGHT.P usual. 42 may 15 ENGINEERING. march 4. 1840 :32 for sale by
Medicines
Fdiiv These valuable! are
ie.Tabteaid fleseil y.rb: dttnc, I JAMES OUA10NU.
&idC.u B&.hieU. I ort Leon Jao 20,1840 25 Jewelry, &c.A ,hUE subscribers nspcctfully! acquaint the citizens REMOVAL. '. RANDOLPH & LEWIS.
: Watches *
aliM e
c4IcsIkeesI.f4 undersigned have removed
; CMf CULt .JL of Tallahassee their friends and the THE their stock of fb8 28 Ta
CalLofSTea&a.CI2ee VI" to.u; ffVlE Subscriber has on from their former stand -
ar. public generally that they have associated them in Berry
G.aaiiid FiCa A"11 LaapN.MIL- A1'I'NEISIIP. JL hind .very handsome selves into Row, to the store on the corner of Monroe and
4I : nilHE fchtibC6 pir n'lip' : assortment of Watches, Jew. copartnership, for time purpose of CIVIL Clinton 30 Dollars Bcward.
u Clock*. Fo G..1 J .Modcrthefiiwof. 0. BULL 4- CO., and ENGINEERING ; and, accordingly solicit a share streets recently occupied by Mews. Gorman -
Al tf. U ". f (ileu4e au4 the wi'l-carry on tiie bmrnrM ot MERCHANT TAI- aIry, Pitted Wore SilverSpoons their patronagoin the making constucting. level o & Hall) where they will' continue to keep on : from the PlaataLloa

;c'l lb. s. LOttS.Lothin this l.ar 80J( the ciy of,New Cutlery, &c. which ing,and improving of al!! kinds of roods, bridges, h3nd a general assortment staple and fancy Dry RUNAWAY in Ca..d.n coo ty.

N;:: paia*!pcrsooaHj alteade4 t. York. ArraremL U.ive. been mae for a.
r, iantedfi "ivplyofClotl a, C mcr8, Vests the new brandt of this vast science such aj the and Cutlery, Crockery and Glassware with named George and William- G Tg

*'"r nue ,. ( eQ. &I4 *.large assortment of Ready Madelolhine.aod WATCH supplies REPAIRING luring winter. of land, lolling planning and estimating surveying millraces almost every article suited to the wants of the 'left on Sunday morning last i is***

..4.: thy arc now prepared to aoeonuno. attended with much and ditches, canals, &c., on scientific aDd country. 'Their friends and the public are invited jean ofage stout made rather a tfow-j
Az to as and
4 ability prompt call and examine for
to themselves.UaySO .
acd tise jiuUic in his 1
with
8 IZ.iizs. iceze .It1 their cuaioniera tay arirl.fPtk practical principles. calL look when ,poke'to fiddle
> *- -TT- a a at a. dvsp tn the Southern
1 : bseibflr famtrij s D .
_ CNd.e .1 W. residing York will enaUIc u to FREDEICK Tallahassee, april 11, 1840 37 NEW MILLINERY AND DRESS fir clothing. ,
p.
< the
txecaieajl rdersrrutiijitjy rund on rea William ia about J5 years of age six feet J i

hi t1.a ir1 41 .EHEU.UAB tf.Dl.yiEL. .aWDI J. 0. nULL C Notce e : Subscriber NOTICE.bus MAKING E3TABLI3HMEN. his kneoa lather bends back when .Ua<"*Jjtisl I
Ett UE lE Partnralp just received and offers HE .
I' T edaiogintbeDam THE ,, undersigned most *"
_ respectfully Informs and *** *
haj a pleasant .countenance r' I Iw
.. sals low for cash Gentlemen's I II ; / *
fine the Ladies *
ISHOTICE. black
-I 17.1K33. *
TallahaMeeKer. 4 Tallahasaea Norttt >
'c. dissoUed the death of and vicinity that .%U. It ia d he will make for I
by scour
allperenas aoppos
.WnW.ri r I lit and Russia For Hats
a yx#*.*i t I rme Goalleraea''i and 1 1sf. she has opened a house in the above line -
t tLz. Ui- initpied to ibm ftra are ,on Monroe
Cans
I Travelling Trunks do.
e. < Bags; T i a street and between Twill
:.a.Y. .< e4ffcata W will fce N'TULING .y*VSAOC frm t'Teri.ry, hi.J 'irawediajto feul ro
.w.>f tte. FT's, J w n.a I ,. Kcuacr and J ju W.Aurut are my actbo please preMnt the atme.E.BARNARD1r.. mere and r aady mad Clothing. from a strict attention tf where the hope, them and all lOUO. l. charjes paid
.: to the basinasa to the to n
m
: r" P. ; Surviving Partner. merit a livery at plantation, or .
I .
t: !I agsL KERR CARLTON. share of public patronage.Feb Eo-,
B.
lh' U July 14, 1839 49 tf Tallahaaaae
Nov. 22d
TaJ1bA" 1839.
"n..a lS 16 J9 if WIR8.
J4a : M. A. CLARKE.. April 11, INO



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