The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: August 29, 1840
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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bed .
tJao..nd sight hua.red ud tbirty.LV0 I "- : oa4r spd. .
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? C uc | of lho Terrler of Florida, to Ito ; of a ban for Che wewengor, aad kiespiaj, V

B. k be established 11 City of TsllahaweeVd the ramo, MTnteeo UroiuajMi auo* haadra4ighly sad,1

Ihould become Subscribers, to lh dellarr. aForeopperiagthoroofof ,
those I
to .h WgAuI1 gQ o tao bopital beildg.
nucressora and assigns thLvtfhuons < i2 V i Vat
Phd S.I. upon : !.tt m.'GI P i, a _:: New and..
I limila i iao* and resirirlions provided m C V .V \{ n Yoik- fur olhor Mieoaoarj oxpoooooupon
'EIUUTORY FLORIDA V the n'f>o sad .Its dcpeadeacio nine UtwOscnd
: ,
rier, said we 01' Head .
Ch .bc Balk incurPr'I'd bJ I Quarters -
Alflitta' fire
handm! dollar
I name style wt the .CCtTUL 0 To the Marshal of ADJT. Flord'a I Fut time Quaaw."r tbowitxliix *; V '
; and
th INSP. hundred,
Mil DU : aVeewary of Uie tWin"at
repair hospital
"-And also, on the thirie" 'th OIIi" sixl d.lJ I& 5., .
WOA. wh"ll
greeting : Talala/sl.' 17th t For;; Norfolk. and it. throe t&ousaaJ ,
iho- Uut Six Nations, dependencies, Aft
in the of Lord one nrv.t 18. ofNew
February our York
diy hu.idred year act wasfuK.1 WHEREASII'retoloro? to wh: o the eighth < ORDElt-MO. 'II.: five hundred dollar ,four thousand hundred dill!,*; .- >'r
t-ifht The ;
I lhirty-f,
a TerritoryIFlorida the year of our rollowmg in.tructions have been received ] For the Seneca. For furnishing hospital number three at .-
the of
of New
by the LefMative Council one thousand eight and :rorn Hi. ROBERT York, six thousand d illar cols' and
in addition and meWIJ Iuadr thaly-I\o.a Charter Excellency RATMOSD Ruo. .FA ": for building a liablendi, >lar necessary.Appendage .
to .r"nd.lorlIO .
of whercss also) of Incorporation was p ranted by the Lli.14Iivt. oicmander-in-Chiefof the "'lurid. lilitl Thalteulion Fur the Sioux of the Mi V *, and for current repairs on the other
c.r"r iotorporation.-And Council of the Territory of Florida of the Officers fMir-pi forty-two thou '
to Brigade building*, wren thousand dollar
in the ot our 8u.hpUlon" Commandini sand five hundred and *;
of ten dollar
day February year
s as should subscribe lo the' stock of RegMnenla. and : ; For the
and ly-even, a certain Bank Volunlcar Corps, is ernexly in. For the Ya-cton and necessary repairs to the asylum Philadelphia
hundred thl
Lord ole thousand eight Jovcrnor and Lrg.slaliveConcil lit be established in the Town of Magnolia, and yoked lo thin strict fulfllHL of the injunclious three hundred and Sioux,four thousand and 5l* depcndonci roar thousand two
act passed by ihe ( then forty dollar?
In should with the IH ; hundred
amend comply provisions ofsaid Charter cntined. y of duty on thn and fifty dollars;
Flonda/urther to For than Sacs and FaIn,
said Charter:of the of Territory incorporation as appears by the wlicl said Bank ti incorporated by the name and part of Officers relative!: thereto will meet with [BY A.UTDORITV.l thousand eight 'hundred and, the 1\1 4lloori. seven Sec.2. And be it further enacted That in addi-
of I' and merited seventy' dollars tion
style the
of MElCIU'S' AND PLANTERS' BANK disapprobation. sum ofthree hundred and thirty thoa-
enrollment or aid Charier incorpura- For the Sac and Foxe of the
Urinal and Aid and amendatory arts, of 0 MAGNOLIA,;-And whi-raas alo, .1 the twelfth V The Officers commanding the different RegimenU Lau, of the United States four thousand five hundred and Miw'wppi fifty sand dollar*, which was placed subject to HM diposiUnn *-

leJrd in the addiuona e Secretary ofthe TerritoryVfFlonda day of February in the year of our Lord one thourfan'l wil hear in fiind constantly Gcnrra Order No. 9-- Session of the 7 ..pasted at the First For the Sacs Fox, low forty dollar*; of the Navy Department by the vcondAction
strict irtA Omahaws.
a* well as by tlie public slatules of the eight hundred and Ihirty-lwo, an act was by a enP.nct; with in lo be hoped Congress. and Ollocs aaJ Alissourias of the act of Congresn, making appn..prmalions
Territory ofFlorida.printed by authority ofUieGov.ernwand pawed by the Governor and Legislative Council nt f '&an efficient protection wil be afforded the thoasand. dollant for the naval service for the year one ih "-

of the s.ime: ,-And Territory of Florida,to amend the said Charterof frontier against the savfi; ,e. PUBLIC-NO. 24. For Ihe Shawnees and eight hundred andlIirtl.DIO"the rurth .r am

,-kcreaa al Legislative oa I.w.WitS piswd Cuncl by the Governor and Incorporation;-And whereas also, on Ihu ff By order of Hi: Excellency, n R. REID, Com- AN ACT to annex a certain tract of lend to the eighty dollar; seven thousand one hundredand of i ihreo l.undred and forty thousand dollar of the

tM'wIaii'e; Council of tie Territory of Florida on le.nlh day of February, in the ).ea of our maldor-il-hief Cn
the!fourth day cf March, in the year of our Lord one thousand tight hundred and ihirly-four an JNO. GRAHAM!, Be i' enacted by lho Senate and IJouso of Representatives and sixty dnIar| >; Shawnees. two thousand improvement of tho navy t* hereby dir cried if no

thousand eisht hundred tnd thirty-nine autlio.rimot act was passed,by the Legislative Council of the Adjt :and I/if p. Gen!. Fla. Ma. of the United States of America in For the Seneca, two placed subject lo tile disposition ofthe deparlm-nt ,

oe and the DUlrict Attorneys .f said Territory of F JOrd., Hupplemental lo the aid Congre; cmblrd. That such part of to'n- sixty d.n.rr.! thoasand six hundred and aforesaid, for the purpose of completing tliet'wrteam -. f

rquirin. Charter of EXECOTIVE DEPARTMENT ship tw.n'y-lwo. of two, vesel* which have been cyniutcneet', incase
Terrilnry illtllll the requisite legal proceedipmrt Incorporation a* appears by lho original r.nge east northern ivey. For the WyandoU. six thousand
such banking incorporation*, in their enrollment of said Charter of Incorporation Tallahawo, 17th Jjly" 1840. State of Alahama. as lies east of the Coo'a and forty dollars eight hundred that amount can be diverted from that appropriation

tjarciive dull icts. *s might have Incurrcd forfeiurei and said! amendment, and said supplemental art, of SIR-General A RIUSTUD having determined to river and wan eede l to the United Stile by the For the Wean, three thousand dollars without i impairing the ability of ihf 21 .vy

of llifir by nn wer, and lo pros-cule record in the office of thin Secretary of Ihe Territory remove the greater purl of the Regular Forces lu Creek nation of I.dianll."y" a treaty concluded on For ; Depart flutist tu make P uynientawider exi.li">f Contracts -

lbs i.ime clatet so that the aid Charlcrs tif FJ"rda, a* well I by the public lalute of the tl! East of lho Stiwanncc, it is hijrlily important tha IIInth day of August, eighteen hundred and OIKJ thousand theVy.ndota., Manatee and Delaware i prior to the fourth day of March, e-KM-en

declared/ null and wild by the judgments Territory of Florida, printed by authority of the thai hit troops in the Territorial 'lnicp the Militia f.urloen, he, and the same i ic hereby annexed to the For the dollar" 'hundred and forty-oi e. and il that cannot b* d..n"
might Winnebaro
of the b Courts in said O.lrlctAud: where- Governor and Legislative Council of the Same,- of Mlddleand West Florida, and the Imibabitsimisgenerally Cooxa. land district; and all surveys, sale, and hundred and ninety-two thousand eight : eonsmiently with the rights of eonlmriors and tM

,jChsrteSS.proper Silil'-y, Ailorney oflhe United Stales I And wherm< alwo, I law unx |.ae..
Middle of Florida, rttid nor and Legislative! Council of said Territory, on co- .I.ld' o I he alert to iei.t -the in.ur.iul of|I.aid tract ht-re'iy annexed as aforesaid, shall be as expenncs of the Commi ion appointed to three hundred and forty thousand dollar a
for tho Territory bath Dullct appeared on this proe-ulm day on behalfTerritury.sMd ,i j Ithc fourth day of March, in the year of our Lord the enemy. No douoi me i"aiann, uj,*lime--*i"such". would ha- ..__ a.0 .._ __._. ., ,.- -examine-- :-. Ift c'aim: r.L under_ treaty wi.b| the Winneba. I so diverted to tin. object, from the ppr'pn,.).n
I one eight ( and authorizing the departure of sueh a number of men from the proceeding were had, funned a part ol for the SIOUJt ----'vJrrr8t"'J faycar referred to. shaft be tho .ftIi.s
him tho Court here is, I tiloUllnr Itl.lred thirty-nine aakject to dipwiti
by (
Middle said district: and erroneously fire V
District further. Ulouland
of.1d Iiv. will to attack no file h
aliioiidi-rrtandand bcinformid-lial Ihe nnd requiring the District Attorney of said Keek dnd dull.rr uo. Secretary the Navy fur Ibm purpose and VMS
Iaid"Cer.-I to institute the the iU'emenlJ' and it i is thc uuly of every citizen, App.uved July 20 h, 1140.PUBLICNo.. For said aura of ihreo handred thousand d/-
trllBk of Florida"hath forfiitud Us Charter and :Territory requisite legal proceeding whether in expenses attending the removal Vit..... __. and forty <
and against such Banking Incorporations in their or out of servile, to be prepared not nehago Indians from their in prescrTbtarsnYff-'ec1 IS 'l. fflOBWJHl/niSiS1'0".
&l]|the (.Inlhie, privilege, nghU irmuliliPIIherebl I tu the prrsejit residence
respective tu miirlit have: incurred forfci- only rep enemy but to give I good account 25. Wisconsin to the neutral ground"acrom of
nflrred. by NON USER, and hath pr.y'dtha Ihllll of him time Mi* now on band, applicable to the constroctioa lho
a ( nnghi m>UI according tlJ law to lures oflleir Chalerl by non-iserad lo prosecute You will hI appear upon O'i frontier. AN ACT making appropriation for the current I'iwippl| river. extimaling the number at four Ihou- said steam vessel of war *

Hinmon, tejC"a t" 11.1! "Central Bank of Florida" toipuotr the fame lo efftj.-t, *o In at the raid Charters inig itl Volunteers direct the Colonel Commanding the and contingent expenses of the Indian Department sand ive hundred to cost ten dollars each, forty- See. 3.. And be it farther enacted That all appropriation

before this C.url. at the time and I l doc.arcd null and void by the J'Jtllentl.r the in *ervi-*>, to cruse an iuce..ollcoat. I and fur fulfilling treaty stipulations with five thousand dollars; *, and all remaining baLneLsufappru-
proper I lle" ) r Courts in mid Dillrict.-And ing to be kept up, between the posts, and in the ad. the various Indian lube for For the erection of a gristmill for the Winneba-
| ,.ld iihoWCaUve| fany could, why the said I wllrea! hammocks the year one thousand priations heretofore made for bmtiding. rebuilding,
pl.cr ji< ent and and will take.fieaurest
Charter of Incorporation should: nol be repealed ', Charles: S. SiMey, Attorney the United States swamps; you .I eignl hundred and forty. goen, as stipulated, in the sixth claim of Inn fourth replacing purchasing, or repairing TCiwet of war,

and declared null :and void: i Cot the Midalu. .,lric of Florida;, ;pr0ccutiuO for iminedidte, if you have not already done so, for the I Beit enacted by the .Senate and Hobsoof Representative article of the treaty with them, of November first, or other veels, for the ao of the navy,or lr the
of the Militia l if ,
-BERK-FORE YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED I! said Terr.iury appeared on tugs day, .n behalf onlcru organization and your I of the United Stale America in Congrewi eighteen hundred and thirty-seven three thousand ,I purchase of limber ordnance, or anj other articles!

Thai y.u make known to the said i oh'taid Territory, and by hil the Court her,- are nut promptly obeyed, you will report thedehiiqu.nt assembled. That the following sums be, and dollar; : for building, arming-, equipping icpairing vessels

"Central fUnk. Florida.1 and all! Presidents. Director I is given lo uhd'rtand and beinlormcd thai the .I ofti.o land an I refractory, to the cud that the Uw they ale hereby appropriated, for'the year on* For expenses of breaking up and f.oi.ing in of the nivy, or for the repairs of vessel in

?, CI.fner"' and Stockholders thereof >hat j .ai.l! "The" .M.rebuilt.' and Plant/ r*' Bank of M.ip. I To the Militia may be enforced against the them. 'I lhouand eight hundred and forty, for the purpose ground after the removal ot the Winncbagoes, a* ordinary, and repair wear and tear,of yeN in

thr/1 before the Jud e of our Superior Court: of J nolu' hath forfeited its ct.rt.rlnd ah the fran- we look for protection of our i of paying the current expense of the Indian Department per sovenlh clause of fourth article ot* the same comniuio/J. together with any material "lt;ch.

the Middle h District of Florida for the County of I chi r, privileges. rights and i nmumlies, thereby ioI:1eufld( firenides; but how can Ih.y prove Instru.menisol ;'I fu'filiog: treaty stipulations) with the various Ireaty. len thousand dollar; have betn. or nuy be, collected under any ot" ibo

conferred by.non-wfr. and he bath prayed halctywithout orgunizition1icipliiie and Indian tribe, and be To carry into effect the treaty of the Ihi'd said hereby
Leon, on thc second Monday of Noveml er iiexlaficrlht to i I contingent expenses; lo Seplember pproprialion, be. ar.d the same Pare
subordination ? Our should
date of this writ or such other lime | tcirC facial mti.'hl. IM.UB according lo law, to tuin1110:1 People not permit I paid out of a money in the Treasury not other_ cifhlefn hundred and Ihirty-nine witii the i Iran.Orred to one head of appropriation be
a ttl : ihe fIle Merchant arid Pt stiterti' Bank tl.emsrlvei to be lulled into a false strurily; it is wise Scotkbridffe and Munscc tribe of Indian called "
; Court rdjouni"d lo, al Ihe Court House of t.ld. f appropriated I ratified the appropriations fur the increase, repair,
uidCountyofLcon way b at ihe city of Tallahassee., in I 1 Magnolia," to appear before thin Court at the I inipos"ble to tell when or where Indians may make I For I Ihe current and contingent .xpenves of the sixteenth Ma,. eighteen hundred and forty. thirt.ix ,- armament and Jcqi.ipn.eni of time na'y, and wear

Cuuntyto show, if thing they for Ihemidtei proper lime and plai.e.: and i-htw cau'c if any it thiir appearance; we should be prepared fur them Indian Department viz: hi thousand lo hundred and sixty.five dollais and (ear of vessels! Ira irmcommissio'i; "ard the a"'tOI'lt

Lite or can 8 >y. any why the said Charter .1 couldwhy the caid Charter of Incorporation fchouM I every w'li re, and at all times. It is confidently believed For the pay oflhe superintendent of Indian af and forty cents.Approved of.ud appropriation, arid of such o'' her aa may be
nol t>e repealed, and do< larcd null and void. that with, pickets around houses al all exposed fair at Si. Louis and JuIy.SOlh} h840.PUBLICNO..
Iocorp,rltn, of lie "Central l Bank ol( Flr.dl'j: I IsoiLd ,, the several Indian scent, hereafter f-r tike purposes, and the materillh
\\ ith citizens well armed AT H IE, slid ore-
YOU ARE HUlgBV COf ; ; as provided t It y the acts of June thirtieth which have col/ecf'i/
not, lC rejealeJ, annulled, and made void : 'fJEIEFORF pared for defence with Militia ilelermiotd to eighteen: been. or mar be hereafter
sad a1: lilies' I In"'U(III iei, rmhts.I) privileges: and ; UFD. yiu: mike knuxvu to thin s.ii: <4'i heal back and ; the a with the Volun- hundred and thirty-four, and of March third, eighteen 2S. for the same, may be expended and a... by the

(rlnrJu-" \.\- tie panic rUI, I'.rrcd. b ''iz 'd into |( "The :1 !'anlh' and 1lnll er.' Bank of .Mi:nolia." teem fontiii'jally pursue in inolion enemy on a; line beyond the hundicd and thirty-seven sixteen thousandfive AN" ACT making appropriation for time naval service Stcrehry of the Navy in building, replacing.anning .

put'1'" aiid control of t-aiJ Tt.rritory of Florida, j I nl'c Presidents Ci"hicr>, Directors and Slockho'Jer i-cU'erncnls, we f-lull be able at lea"l lo hundred dollar.! ; for the year one thousand eight hundred repairing, equipping; and emp!o'i. g any
ind further to do aud receive whal the sail Court > tin, reof, ihtil they !I.e before the Judge of until the protectourselvifl thc F'ray of .ub-a:enls. nuihorized by tIle a'l and f rty. vessels whieJi; Congress may have authorised, or

then and tlicre.of, il and lh'I in lliif l/eliali: xliall' t j, our Superior Curt of the Middle District' of Fl ..ri.t t fall and winter, months more ululi active commence.operations Care and I of June thirtieth eighteen hundred aud thirty-four Bo il enacted by the! Senate and house r.f RepeHeutativcs : may hereafter anlhoriso to bo built, rebuilt purchased

I consider and direct.-Vid you arc further rom-!i d.i, for the Coii'ity'; of Leon on the second .Mondayi.i for shoil, tune effusion| thirteen thousand dollar*; uf the United! Stales of America in Congress '.'r replaced in such manner a* the interest

minded, to rue Illice of the ilttiluli'u"lhi." vro- j i N "ember next alter the dati. ; of tins Wiit, or ofM activity oJ "tid a destruction, may prc'elltlhe For the pay inicrpreUrs, as authorized by the assembled. That the :fol owing sum be ap or necessities of the service easy require..

i teed rgby publication lurt-ofiu sointi public le" 5. ,Ij sueli other% limn 0 tht. Cour. lay be adjourned -You will lakn to ofp.0ierly.| the formation same act, eleven thousand three hundred dollars; propriated, in addition to the unexpended balances Sec. 4. And bt r it further en.icled. That it ahtll

j in the Middle' Diftnet of Florida for the 10 al the Court House of!a id County of I Leon, iii1II'e Volui.lecr rare throu encourage huut the Fur prc" i>ls lo Indian, aulboris d by the same of former appropriation, out ofany unappropriatedmoney be the duty of the Secretary: of the Nary to ease

Pip of : ..Tallahassee xi.d lo show, i I Compinies Territory. act, five thou nd dollars m thieTressuryforthic to be 1 laid after
t three inotilhs from the day of Ihe date city in County The Executive will have pleasure in endeavoring naval service for the !Jwfore Congre, annuallyas soon

. Lereofjaud tiialynu make return of lhs writ on the I' any thing they for tl.emst\'cI! have, or cn s.iy. lo for urh CUII'l'aClclI trifle and .cr ludanll.; at year one thousand eight hundred and forty viz- the beginning of each year as practicable, a slale-

6"6tj oftiic next term of our said Court, and of why the aid Charter of Incorporation of '.TheMerchant \ m'ut"It proouru Tall ihax,ce Guards, the Indep iident the dulribulion. of annuities whi'e on visits of bu. For the pay of coininiMioned, wsrranl arid petty ment of the amiunU e..peodearing ihe preceding
*" aid P.onler; Bank Magnolia" should im-si with the i offi -ITS and seamen, two millions fiscalur.lor orueehanic.llnd laborer
prll'dmp I' j' tupriritendcntii and agent, and two hundred and wages
flr erl"J. | City Gn: s, tint lola Volunteers] and the Centre- I
WrrsEss-Uk HARD G. WELLFORD iril be repealed annulled and made void, and all I yule llossars> wul hold thvm. lves teadinetut to when areinbied on public business, eleven thousand fifty thousand dollars; employed in building, repairing, or equipping vesseU -

Clerk of our said Court, ibis 16ili day ) I hcriies immunities, ri..hls, prl'iled and fruiichiieu I match, wherever and whenever! they be directed I eight hl dred dollar; For the pay of superintendents, naval construc of the navy, or ;n rcceivi mg and securing store

Iuy' A. 1). J 1840 mid sixty-fifth year vf by the bamc conferred, bci-cizcd. i.ilo pl"el.I and the pub service require.may For the nectwary building( required at the -ve- I Inns, and all the civil establishments! at the several and material for those purpose; and for the purchase
American and control of said and further lo may ral 1 agencie and yarJK, aeeuty.foarthou.and hundred o' iruto/iaU and store for lie
Idepnd"nce.R I "iol Te.rnlory Y-MI will f.icililale, as much as possible the orgaiuzation *, repair thereof two thousand six and twenty came purpo*
Clerk of do and receive what the said Court then and ihcie of the Hegiincnl intended for the U. S. ,IIIl1a r.; ,l ,la'! *; a statement of the cost or estimate value of the

the Suprilr Cour of the Middle i Diklrict of of il and tl"l, in thin behalf! 1h.dl. consider and "nict-Ihu Companies lomposiiij whir.h will bermiustrrcd For postages, rents Stationary, fuel for I..offit"e", For provision, six hundred and twenty thousand store on hand unJer this appnpriatioii in Iht

Florida Leun direr.l.: And you arc further: commanded to give arid other contingencies of the Indian Department I dollar; navy yards, at the commencement ofthe next pro-
fo cruu Terminal service Lube
out arc
ceunly. notice of the In lilution ot this ; they I iind fur and incidental Fur repairs of vessels! in cedl"tg lisF the cost or
!> proceeding by pub- received into the U. :. neivice for the term ot tr-insportdlion e J ordinary, and the re. year; estimated value of
VOTICE is hereby given of the foregoing pro. I !iication )Ron of in Mime puli'.ic newspaper in the thr"e month each will conaUl of 61 Privates Ihirly.six' thousand five hundred dollars: ; en\oe'.1 pair* and wear and tear of vowels in commission, article received and expended during the year;

ii ceeMmg lo all'eronl mentioned and concern- '! Midd.c: Di,lrlct of Floridi, for the ""Ut of three 1 CapUi.i; 1 company list Li QI. I kecond Li.ul. 4cijji For the salary of onr clerk in the office of the one million of dollars; and the cost or tiunaled value of the arti :!e* be

sdtcrein, u I am .reeled.. j ml.lhl from the day oflhe date hereof. And that j superintendent Indian affairs, south of the Missouri For medicines nnd surgical instruments, hospital longing to thin appropriation, which may bo on
thereby i > 'aul$, 4 Corporal, and 2 Musicians.1
LEIGH READ. you make return of it IK writ and of your proceedin (I liver, one thousand dollar; store, and other expenses on account of the hand in time navy yards, at the close of the next
MEN must be olicred! lo the U. S. Bon w.Il not I
Mirchal of lh. M'; dle I! ihereon. en the lirsL day of the next Icim of For carrying irto rifl'cllhe of sick, seventy-five thousand dollars prweJing fi cal year.
l> .irin of FI.-nJ, stipulations cef- _
: be received: i-urh are the instructions fromVa.h S .. Va .. ... ...... : V ----, a oat wncn-
raid Court. --- ---- -- -
Aug.M.5 by JOHN F. K \!,!KLER. D. M. our lor hut al the name fuue, Milt caQt H inl ; lh-,
> j, WITNF.SS. RICHARD G. WELLFORD. in. ; you wih, viz: navy yard at PorUmoulIi, jN'e* Hampshire, twenty ever. m opinion oflhe S creUry oflhe Navy il
l he di.liin.lly ntider.slood, that the C'oinmandcr-in- th ; \n the
TERRITORY OF FLORIDA j Clerk: ..f our i-id Court, ihis 16th day o' For the Christian Indians, four hundred dollars; ; puMie interest/a usa any
with the
thicf his lo be Conduct For
great ren improvement and article of .
provision, Ueri&Is--
m uihor
of the
For the the repairs st.tre for
of Chippewasof Mississippi thirty-five necessary ,
To fa Marshal Middle Ditlrict July, A. D 1840. and nxiy-fitlh year 'I of in Florida, trying occasion .
of th the of llie United states of Boys upon many thousand dollars- navy yard at Charle! ti'wn, Massachugeits, seventeen a di.ferent appropriation from Ihet under which
greeting : \ Indeiicndence *. and m peifeclly aware, that they have often For expcnreM incurred by the Commissioner in thousand dollar: ; they may have ben purchased for time naval

1,1IIEREA. lieretnfore, to wit: on the ev- !', America.R. \VFLLFORD, Cletk: of j I I evinced a va>or and painulmrn wunhy the iuntaUoii cxanvnalion of claims, under the third and fourth For iniprovemenl. and necessary repairs of tIle' service, it ball he law'ul lor him to authorse such

day of o\'el.btr. in ihp year of' the Fuprnor Court uf the Middle Dii-incl of I of men. arlide: of the treaty of Jn'y, eighteen hundred and ravy yard nt Brooklyn, New York, eighteen ..hou.S.I u-e. and it sh> ill b s his daty ;o certify to the Secretary

our Lord 'III Ihelron'eijrhi hundred ,n,11wcII'-, I ; fur Leon County. I I am. Sir, very respectfully yr. ob. et.itoBiiti' ihirty-seven. Wilhu.iid: Chippewas of the .Mi.si.s 5ip- nd duhljrs ofthe Trcus iry, the value or cot of the art'u

nl1ICh Incorporation, tvas granted o-i j j / ForJa- I : RAYMOND REID, pi, three hundred dollar-; Fwr iiiiprovemenl a&d necessary repairs of the e'es thus used; and thj Serretary of the Treisury

tterondilimi*, liiniuiiona an I rrririclioi.s therein | of tho foregoing pioi Governor of FluridLCot For the Chippewas of Saginaw, five ibousanJ navy yard rl Philadelphia: PtmiMylvania, five I .icand is hereby authorized and required to cause the
) d. 'jJOTlCEis hereby given JOHN GRA HA M. Adjt. k 'Jnsp. Geiil. Fla. Ma dolhrsFor officer of the Tica
fro u by the Leru.llu'f Counn' i'! of th,! Territory .1. s, to al! mentioned and concerned right hundred dollar; proper ury to transfer tbs
f Florid a, in a certain fink by tie! -na.te and cc..dl therein; I persons d. For peTers ullt'nding the examination ofclaims improvements and necessary repairs of the amount of such cost or value upon the book of .

tjkof UK .. 8AU OF FLORIDA" ard to all hoc '. & LEIGH am thereby I dlecl Marshal QUARTER MASTER GENERAL'S OFFICE against said Chippewaa. of S' 'iIIaw. under tie navy yard WaaLinp.on; twenty Ihouswnd dotla l- theTreaaury, from the appreciations for wSieli( time

,hoUuld Uiroine Sublfbcn' to the said Bank. oflhe Middle EL by FLORIDA MILITIA fourth article 01 the treaty of January eighteen rn article may have boon uidLo the approprialjoa

tiicir .ul .M and afMpnr i -And whereas al.o. Au29. 5 by.JhlNF.KCKLL1LD., O'II"t tlorid M. TALLAHASSEE.July 8lh: 1JWO. hundred and thirty-seven, three thousand five hun- For improvement ard necessary repairs of the from which they my have been or may be taken,

ocihi" sveIItt.entLi day of February in the of FELLOW TITIIENS 1 a m in.-lructed by IIi, Ex- died and f.fiy dollars; navy yard at Goeport, Virginia seventeen thousand 5', that the actual expenditure under each may bo

urLord one liiuusand; eihl h'mitred and yt-nr thirty- ellency ROBERT UAVMOND REID to proeeed to cot For iheChippowaa, Menomonie, \Winnebagoe two hundred anJ fifty fifI1ulI accurately shown.

thee'! .a art was ptuxed by y the Governor and Legi I I ect all the Mu.k.-'U, Rftl, Shot Gu" and Aeco.iI nnd New York Indian, one thousand five hundred For improvement and necessary repair: of tins Sec 6. Armi be it farther enacted That the fo-

: ,/ Council ef tho Trrnlory of Florida, to I I trcme n.. that may have been delivered lo you by dollars; navy yard near Penacoia, thirteen thousand dollars lowing sum, bein.c the unexpended balance fTa

timid Mid Cliaricr of I Ins ,iredcce. or. Thom- who are in poxscujion ol ; former appropriation, which lilt been carried t., the
: a For the ,Ottawa, and Poltaw alnmies.
by ""he original 'Incorporation. appears I -uch as belong to the Territory aic requeued to Provided That no more .f the several appropriations credit of time s'tplusfund, be, and the sa'a; ihere' -
Charter of In- thousand hundred doJ-
lid two ninety
"'t>rttiun, and ofsaid amendment thereof of deliver them to the,; undersigned or to his agent at thirty-four last mentioned for the improvement and repair y reapp oprlaled. viz:

the offit-e of the or rein Tallahassee (Florida) Races. tin Olfice forth wi'h The immediate return of the lars or the navy yard., shall be expended previousto For distribution a* prize Money amon; i' of.cer .
the Choctaws
7 the thousand four hundred
Territory For fifty-five
al well ccrtlary' will above mentioned arm is required for the defence ol thin fourth day rf March next, lhan shall Be <> and crew of tIme private armed brig G >o"'
T .ori. by the p cs '* evenlyW ;
of Florida lhlGerrlulJ THE ; the frontier and fuithcr prosecution of the war found by the Secretary of the Navy, upon inquirir Armstrong per act of thirtieth June. oiVh:>- n.Crrd .
I the Mirion Course, nine hundred
Uy authority of the over For the Creeks, sixty-ihree thousand
Jled made for the and
'ner., and .. i I at the avige foe.Ii purpose, to be absolutely( necessary thirty h four, two thoaan nif'>* i> id
*M hereai Lcgi> Council .f the sime,- On Wednesday, the 13/A January next, I I is lo be hoped tl.al1.bis call upon you will rai nnd forty dollar; for the preservation ofthe public works, the security j and xeventy-fivo dollars and twenty rent*.
a law 'I the Alabama
Legislative all was passed by the Govmorand and continue 4 day, free for all Horx owned ini be maue in vain. For paymenlof claim presented by of Ihe public properly, and the prosecution of Sec. 7. And be it farther enacted, Ti.ai i sr ri

ihe uurth day of Council March of ihe laid Terrilojr.on I i Floiida, or the lower Counties of Georgia and I Respectfully, your (M. rent.j emigrating company and thousand allowed bytbeae.six hundred public buMneM at the renpectivc yard j appropriated, from any money in theTr-- .r -i
sn year of our counting officers Ihi'ly-eigl.t For ordnan. and otherwise
thvusuid Alabama JOHN B. CO !INS ordnance stores, sixty-five appropriated, for the immt-di pj / yoflhecotutfrom
wi&ItLfwis4sig!? and effltl: hundred and ihirty-nine FIRST DAT-A Jockey Club Purse of $100-1 j Quailt iMastu' "rner and lorty-six dollars! ; thousand dollar; Apalachicola Bay.to tii>- ...-o t r ..t f
., requiring the DI.tric Attorneys of For the Cbickai-aws six thousand dollar*; For defray the the river for
,4 mile heats. expenses that may accrue for Mississippi the asrerlaiii.rtt. v tho
Territory to
> irstnrt such the requisite legal pro.'Llnp JEOSD! DAT-A Jockey Club Purse of$200-2 HEADACHE, SICK OR NERVOUS,, For the Cherokee, seven thousand six hundred the following purpose, viz:-for the freight ..rllJlrancportah..n 'i practicability of establishing a navyyird it t ma.I .
Banking Iiicororeitions in and forty dollar, of material val station vhich
and shall
mile heals.THIRD store of description text su scrre t.i-r- f
Districts, A mighl have incurred Club Purse for The extraordinary reputation that Dr. Spohim'sremedy For the Delaware, ten thousand three hundred for and every 1 of the of the Gulf of \lexic.
whirfage commerce .
roll'rI.C>eir Chart.-ra bv and lo DAT-A Jockey, $5o for this dii-t.-etfinir. complaint is everyday and for'y-four ilollar*; ; dockage; storage and ; e i of
PUtUte the /.wr mile heats of much I1lloni.h.lII..ot. .. von; travelling expenses ofoffil'etllLud transportation len thousand dollar, to be expended u r i direction -
same certainly a miller
1.1) vflect that gaining thousind dollar
so the said Char- For Ihe Caddoes. ten ;
DAT Proprielor's Purse, $200-1 mile of seamen; house rent for when of the Commissioners of lilt- N Lird..
I I k FOURTH should have existed .. purser, duly y
declared That mudi suffering
"jflit null and void so F the FlorMa Indians, nine thousand six hundred
the Jud-
by 'r *
10 cent. authorised lot funeral Snc.8. And ho il further
eaIoftbe heals. 3 twit in 5. Entrance per for without f ii medicinal ; expenses; for c.minmi.isii4, enacted. I v i") vet
Preper Courts in Dintncl eges any covcry or any and len doll*'.
*,-And nrw ,, clerK hire.olfir time PreMdenl
.it open of
rent time United
ereu-Charlw And the following wrel'.11akelare of sia'ioit.iry, and fuel tft Stale sImm) b 'e ialboried -
U much navy
S. preventive or cure, truly a subject .. thousand hundred
t. p11. Ibe Middle Sibley.Dutricl Attorney of ihe UuHed and will b run for, if they areJUltd. before the re.iet ; but Dr. S. now a.*urr. the public thai, For the 1,1. dollar seven eight agents for premiums, and ine'denial exoenscs of the transfer of auy money fr.. 4 i jadi
Florida, pron tu the three first days. amid seventy-five ; recruiting; fur of time naval oilier h., .
twg" Iorjd Jockey Ruce r>n apprehending deserters fi-r compensation apuroprialioua Iw a> f ik* il
Tirniory I hath appeared on this day. appropriation
rnhalfofaaid. FIRST DAV.-A P<"l./ the moat credulous. Tho principles which it. ; per diem allowance to aa by 3 t (Tongresii. -
Territory, and by him the ( Subscription $200, forfeit f to fa I upon dollars person attending courts martial and of in approved thirtieth June, eiglittn t ideJ
ln' (,, undCjitid Court mile heala. JO acts are simple and plain. It i ioc an. admitted fact I comt
and For tho Easkaskias and Peoria three thousand
toS'l 'B" of Florid ", be inrurl run for b.fore the Jockey Club Race, 01 fr.tdlY lhal this complaint, whether called S ck Heidzche quiry,or other services authorised by lawfor printing and thiny-four, il shall be the duly of'ihe V etaty
hith forfeited ill CIa- Jockey Club Racel. dollar; and stationary of | oflhe Treasury, immediately alter ie ,
all ihe of the nut fr every description, and f-r or Nervous Headache, ari es primarily ">m tae
iruichiKa six thousand and dollar
the Kanzxs.
For forty
privilege and ; Ihe for the sho.il ipto
.mmuli- make a have beefl .
working lithographic
la year
3 act. for bonk, r.\
necessary imve the Nervous press; mips
tbe conferred SabrilHrl stomach-those who think they 1
that!a by MI.ur. and he hath SECOND DAT.-A 8wcep. iakes for three year V Headache assured that this thebt'imach Fur the Miamirs fifty-two thousand six hundred charts, mathematical l and nautical iniliu.nenls, cause all such transfer lo bo repaid,by r.ta .fsrs
piIt I. Ultcu might' ISKUC according lolho oils, 1 milt heals. Subscription $200: forfeit ilO;, may Mlhal tire organ.has become and sevenly-eixht dolNr; chronometers, model and drawing,; for tho purchase on the book* of ibe Treasury. so as top r is the first
I m"n ,
ca system !
Mid 'Bank of the commission to examine '
Florida For
/ tr Club espouses and of fire oacb appropriation the whicb
Pit ap- for before the Race rrpair engines and machinery fur amount* wvru. >t-
Wore be run Jockey ;
lo the
u ,. vitiated debililaleJ
Court, ..1.II.e time andtaTrt CluliRnc or through claims, under the filth and sixth articles of the Miami eJ
: Jockey the of by Cougrouuf
pcc.t, proper of the repair steam engines in yard- for the
or a?" cause if any il could, why' the aid second day 3 Subs-ribcr net Talahll.eo a Race, and that only through the same channel must they, treaty eighteen hundr and thirty-eighl. in purchase and mainlenence of oxen vavy and horl; .. and f Approved July 20tb, 1S40.PUBLICNo.2T..
( r. necessary natural and V
ar i"corP''ati.in should! not bo I expect a restoration of the healthy ad.lition to he appropriation: of last year, fifteen
aDd\ declared i I null mind void'I' THIRD UATA Sweep-stake fr2yarolJs, functions of tIll syvtom. This object Dr. S|'hon'., hundred dollar for carls limber wheels and workmen' loot of I
; -
be .
forfeit $ ,O lo for of I letters
$100: ; description on public
THE out. t ubscriptior attain. The every ; postage
is calculated
M SFOUE YOU ARE HEUEBY COM. milt run for before the Jockey Club Race: on .the Ih.rccay I truli remedy of this eminently c.mnot bo controverted to and Fur assistance in agriculture stipulated in the service; for pilotage and lowing ship of war for AN ACT to pnvid: for the expend of making a;

'aak of That you make kl'l.a M the said of lie next Tallalia.ec Jockey Club Race. I the sufferers pillion with the headachiebceomn fifteenth article of the treaty of Oulo'ie.r sixth, taxes and assessments on public! property for 'as. exploration and survey of t-'iat: part of th.; .N.'U

Fiord, ;/' and all the l'relideull.Callier.: ner<'nsary lo tnke a (taco.Subscripti..n convinced kooner of it the nooner will their sufferings end eighteen hundred and eighteen, two hundred dollar sis ance rendered to vessels in diirufor; incidenal eastern ooundtry line ->f the United Stairs id'cparate

"jw-w"" l and to kholder iner-of., lhat they h to LlI above Stakes can b" made b_> in restoration of health. Dr. Sphon pledges; hiprufci : labor at navy yards nol applicable! to ,any other the State of "aine and New HA J-
Judge of our Superior Court of letter addre sional this fact.
.1.1 t1"'econd' : Florida. for lIe I County of Leon, Jockey Club any lime before the 15lh day of De,. be> hud reputation the on remedy dollar; dIes and oil for the use of navy yards and shore Be it ena Ted by the Senate and Uouoortlrs.'. V

date of M CI'd'y "' November heat after the cembcr neii. when' they will be ch3sed; the entry I may all at apothecaries.In of stomach, this remedy For the Menoiuonies thirly-oue Ihoiuvuid eight talions, aud f'-r no other object and purpose what euutite oflhe (United Suu of Aunrw-. IJVjgrtan -

ant u L 1-r'tt or such other time .the Court be rained the evening before the Race. acidity and or sourness invaluable general 'family hundred and thirty dollar; ever, four hun.Iredand fifty thousand dllbno assembled, That the auto ot twr.ett .->-j
? <>Urot'd' 10, tl the the Ma.. is sovereign as a the Omabas four thousand seven hundred For contingent fur thousand dollars: b > and ilis. samel h'-i-3 '
Q.TII Court llouso in th* Mr. F. P. GF.ROW i u no.(engaged a medicine it if adopted by of tin For expenses objects not heroin < a r:
//11. and C."*tq Of Leon'l" show riou Course, and ha< opened Training Stables f.'i i r families.now Il many sickens lhklomach <: and forty dollar*; before enumerated three thousand dollars; propriatoJ, lo bo paid out of any moni i,; I K?
ah7/Vtbrng/ they fwrtliemoelri,*. have or can ...y.Ir the accouimodalion gentlemen who hue Horsto :i I of the feel; for the OUowas and ChipPw li.&ly.t"'o thOll- For pay oflhe officers, non-commissioned i officer, Treasury nol otherwise appropriated, lotritajia tie
Foida"b.rLr' fJ "P"raliyn ufh"'-B&nk train. Mr. Gen w is well known as an expert. or piuduces any unpleasant sand four hundred and sixty five dollars; musicians, and privates and subsistence of the officer President of the United State to cauw to t ho : ict

**S 'old t be repealed, and vn cd Trainer; and the fullest confidence may tx s of Directions phyKic. for each bottle. For the Olloes and Mi soqriu, five thousand six of the marine corps one hundred and sevenlv- an exploi alion and survey of that fart of i.r N V '(A
tnd and, ;lllbrle immunities, privilege I placed in 'his 5afet management of Horses commit accompany fc. SPHON. M. D. hundred and forty dollars; five thousand and fifty dollars and (otyeenta; eastern boundary hoe of the United Stalet, n
I r"ai 1 .m cQiiFrncd, IHJ seized ted to his charge. TH08. BROWN, Proprietor and Inventor., For the (.I"., thirty-four thousand four hundred Fur provisions for the non-commi.-sioned officer, the adjacent country) which separate the avf -

':114,10 10 and control uf said Territory, and I July 18 51 Secretary and Proprietor 07:: For vale in Tallahasse l.y't and six dollars; musicians and pi i vales serving on shore, servants Alamo and New Hampsbiro from the 1r.r4J,
receive what the said Court For the erection of houses for smiths, under the and washerwomen ihoasand aad Province.
tad then forty-five .fifty- -;
'ide*t'.aldd them ia ***** behalf, shall' I *>n' B1LLEB.S SCO IT, ) In the JEFFERSON.County Court o t June 20 47 RANDOLPH k LEWIS.R second article of the treaty with the O ages of four dollars and ninety-nine cent; Approved July 20th, 1840.PUBLICNo..

I tia B <1 jou are further cominandeil I t% p4r V 1840. -- Dollars Reward. eighteen hundred aud thirty-oiue. eight hundred For clothing, forty.three thousand six hundred C
: elilul' of Petition lor S September Term, Ten dollars and dollar A
17;%M [ this ; sixty-two and fifty cenl;
"r, m some pubhicnew.pap..r proceeding(; is hereby given tha a pe itioti wil I ANA WAY from tho Subscriber,reading Des r Fur expensed attending lh. examination ol For fuel, sixteen thousand two hundred_and set.I AN ACT to provide fur lho support of tbo Mili.

'KII Didriet' Florida,lor the space ofthrei i NOTICE as above slated, an allotment 0 f Tallahassee en Tue.d.'ll/rht. the 30th o,f claims under the second article of the treaty with I eaty-fonr-dolUr aad twelve cents ry Academy for tao year eighteen bundrbd a..>l

-'O"U foio the day "f the date here..f; and thai I dower in the lands formerly owned by John Scott, June last, an old African Negro.named H Aleck hired, be; the OMgu, addilion.to the aporoprialion ofeigh. For keeping burrak. in repair. until new ones forty. V .4

; icturit* of ll' .rit ud of your proceed. deceased, or said county ; the Mid lands SouthWest bemj li long to Dupont of- Auctioneer* was t f leon hundred and thirty-nine eleven hundred dollars .; shall bo erected and for rent of temporary bar. Bo it enacted by the Sonata and Hen,e of KepresenUtives .
I url, 00 the < the North bI1oI the me,lasl January, by R. J. Uackley., c cf
described the Slatno of
first known and thousand dollars United Am.
day stoat term iiWIT5IJR1CnARD I. rack at New'York, six rici i,
I&Court. ua t' quarter-the Wnl half of the North El this city. The above reward will be given for ni ir M For the Qttowas four thousand three hundred I For traa portatioo'or officers, noneotnmissiunedoffioor I Congress aemhlodTbat tbo following ineps bo,

G. WELLFORD I West half of the North Weal quarle apprehension in any jail of tbo Temtorr.and arosis "l dollars *. mtuiciana. aod-pmales, and expoases ol I r and the same are berth/, appropriated, to bj ptH Vout
l'er-lhe ii
Clerk of oar said C'Jur this I6lh da< of the North Went quarter, am paid by being delivered tu me in I. For the PoUawatomics, twenty thoosand two I recruiting, eight thousand dollars;, -_ of any ncney 10 the Treasury,.no: otiurirrsaapproprUUtd
6. of July A D. 1810, and the sixty. the West half of the South East quarter, of sec:- July 2552_ JOHN R. LLOYD., hurdred delJa"'i. For medicine i hospital store, surgical instrumeotKaod forj e aupport of lho ililitiry AtraJ.ewy .-. SI

*Jar of tb IDcepnde orce Unite..J lion Ihirty-siz, lownuhip two range STONE four, Nortl NOTICE For the Pollawatomie. of Huron foot hundred I pay of natron *nd, Ijo rpitai.stewards, fe>r IlrVy.arothouqIed oijht hd dro 8tt..0; A and East. POPE & dollar'; aud dollar forty TIZ:
; four thousand one,hundred forty ; V
1.shall institute in th V
suit\ 6p.
R. G WELLFORD Clerk of any 13 3 4t AU'y for Pcl r. IS hcrlb'l'iteP.tb.1 of Leon e For. Lbs Potlawatomks of tho Prairie aiztoetUitiusand 1 For' military-More pay of armorers, Jr.eeplftj.rna For pay of oflieert, etdota, tad] racatelaa> fiftj
Court county upon a -
'r of tb. Middle D.td of Lad: for Sale. County and exeruied tome, by Ferdinand L dollars i.'repaaraccorawruenta and ordnance*lore*: nip*; ihoasand two, hundred .CdtIntJV eight
Florida for LD County. 1O4 OF MIXED LAND 1'1f f I. care Lot No. forty-line* (43) in tbo Pout for the PotUwatoraioo- of tho. Wtbuh. ,..twontj r and flags, drama aod-fifo"*J two thouaaad ibm hun. S dullara; V -V V
the vii BIHX
upon For Sab 1atenc
one and alialmilra .tlio thousand dollars drddo'Js.ri'V. > officer* tad cadeta'forty thoor -
loCE.liJ1 ei,. ( pro lip Madia n, in Madison Coooly, Fla to bold .o half of the County quarter-section rounlyt and ort land'that, atloati Tahaasi II V For tbo Potiawitomie of Indiana" ;_ Mveutect I 'Fir ooniiDfoiit oxpowaeoor. Rid carps yas-f'oi- i *and and foar dollar*; "* V

.0 r p o. oee ore.r coo. u O Monday. ib* Itlh of Oc.vrbcrneit, at th 8 lying and' being to Leon Ia for.the foreclonuro. ofaaimortrare.upon a thousand dollar '-> ". frifsrvIigea1L! '.f. tUp.'fo! fl:rh "Fr r"f* _f tffirf.j||<:[ ***, urrntji.nnsiI

.U .U aaid village. 8o for lho benefit" of too heir c If >ly, atseordmg filed tbisjlay For the PUnkeabaw*, eight kindred doUarjj.-* diem L.loW| BC tot %Ue dmj_wrta. marti iaI.a.o,1 nine hundred and thirty sfxdoltara ;' Vp.

LEGH: READ.S L T.Townsend.Term. petition CHARLES BIOK8TZfN.f r.f 1M .ra... able Ua.-cl.4;>. I oar' Molrj, eompeuatIoWjJpEedvocte p. FVr eJothiay of officer**sory at ,*t ro
$. a 11* MU4I .tF1W.,' made known o ibo day offals.aug neth, 48 w 4 v [dollirs; it. or house rent where Urea wriw pabte qurten'aa n&ninetyOUznt V V P V VS
fcy JOHJf p. ,KACKLEE, D. Id r. 15 3 9w 'D. B. EWING, Gadin; V uos7 "

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.. BANKS. I We recollect at the last Presidential et c.1 etect i roust call the particqlamy !

Fw defraying the oxptoea ofihe BoaH of Vit- moral nose of tho community. It wu I From of f the the o 4lh New July-a Hamp.bhc Harriron 8late Whij'. %isn i paper& Journal, pub., We must disabuse the people of the mi- tion, that the Richmond Whig claimed I! citizens to thi aing,aUi o

item' al:Wwt Point% ,two tho.'*ud dollars; t 1 1F I what we expected,.for when we )mew Leon h linhed. kj Eta and F tnder'. that have been' made totbe1fl t gin ia, by a majority of from 10 Jo 20,000. I IAIr. things here, that a ma lik Mr. C o
traniporti- ahouldtake
.r Aid, fbraf.Utionnry, printer, lince it was ooo of the w>ll l obligeane representations I it 7,000. These upon himself
aome eight Me F1araderlU in Buren by some t
lion and pMUft, Iwalvt thoumnd nine hundred year ***.Ela as to the vieWs of the Democratic party Van got or ftfUe&grieYance of G Dunl:1

and thirty op* dollar and fortjr five wntf j most sober, orderly, well conducted commU. of'your Bubscribers by giving thta short Danks. We have been represen.ted Whig journals too often are almost as,wild in B rown. It true that i. D
For rtf>air. .,improvement,and expense of build ni ties that we have ever been in. It gave us lettera place in your valuable paper. to Whig Senator I i Goy Duvj) j .
banks and mer. their as of Bank .
aDd f.nee', -- all and
: inff,rnwnda, toada, woarrci, boats, Tou'rs.&c. DAN. STOR RS. as wishing to destroy I t Attorney th Gen.of .
terto! doV- re.pleasure, duting our absence, to have it H far authoriseon f the of the
; I nvtn thoonnd seven imndrod and' fitly chants and other business men ; and the peo. As as present appearances candidate Bank

; t |ara and fifty .entt; ", in our power.to pay this deserved compli. To the Whig Abolitionist of Amtnca: asked what shall we do opinion, 'WE CONSIDER' CERIt I I t tat to.be thoughtsucientojj71 pan; ,
officai I
For. pay of adjutanla( fiftdnllara and dUburinf. merit to a community i in which we had passed My Respected friends : You ara. ingnged pie generally are where shall we TAIN that following cote' will begbm unprovoked attck of this nature. JBatiS
hundred iForfocmn 1 1
ccrk1 I .
nine and oflha library one years':; We regret to find things :in a fcood, a holy cause, a cause aipenaM discounted I I
KO.many : man'.n cease how shall we get a note R. Island 4 any
and 1 Vermont 7 : between
c ihouaand dollar; otherwise aud U must be a subject of. :sooner or later triumph, get exchange M 14, I, culty gentlemen and :
For binding books,injured at the fire in Fo l>uafjt now \ to oppress his fellow man. But* haws be44 1 where will business men deposlte Connecticut 8, New York 42, New Jersey 8, .the most friendly feeling, I

eighteen hundred! and thirlh eight, Iud import regret to every friend of 'peace and good or. and ,haonless eaves. tends 3 Maryland 7, I a ble
t wise as serrienH AS; their 1"1 &c., &c. All this to Pennsylvania 30, Deleware btween.us.. JWe belong, i it i, ?
dollar money
-.*ed For filched minceUineoui, three! hundred" item* and ;incid ntal ...zpen.du dcr an ociet.,. I have no doubt you have the bcst-inier'ts of! our views. We do not wish to Louisiana 5, Kentucky 15, Ohio 21_ in the I em parties, but that I believe te the t .

Nee ..,yen hundred and twcnty-iix: dolUrt anJ. We did not see the Conservative pro es. your country at heart; but I, confers.I have j I misrepresent wish to reform, to amend, to aggregate 164. To these we add as highly 1 I cause of difference that does exist I oy!

i4 iwrnlr-five cenU. sion. We arc told they had-as a mailer of m y doubts whether it is best, at this time! for destroy : we the horrible probable, Maine 10, S. Carolina 11, Indiana I \Vi you have the kindne.o fu

For the partnjput of eogmrering, fio hundred course-a little Log Cabin, dragged along' by j us to divide our political ranks. I ,wish not I check and control, so as to prevent 9, which, added to the former !stimgives 194, I, a an insertion in paper andollW

..c 4olIir.. to dictate to any one the course he shall pursue excesses into which the Banking System, the whole number of votes being 288." Your 1
F..r th* department of pliilon phy, seven hunfr s some mules ; and. we suppose, a due quantum if ob s"ant'
.. ... .. rl"I-r11 do'lar and tvvrntyfive ceniv; but for one I have the greatest confidencein \ as it now is, is continually running, as TIMES. I .
of the DIFr'ERENT 1.
rtini'iii rtfrliPmiittry. rtven huudrrdt of Hard Cider, or something General Harrison. I have not the least overruling nocfcssity which it cannot GEN. HARRISON AT I SHEFfELD.

't-4rlllllld iwttiily.five cents; kind. We presume they nominated their doubt-but, if elected, that he will do all that through an In May 28th, 1840, in letter to the Hon. I I The following is the
a i i* \ -. .. trii.i nl 01 drewiiijr.) three hundred I candidates for Senators, and resolved, no he can for the down-troddcn and oppressed, with who wished to Mr. Williams, he says, that he requested the To His Excy. MARTIN document VAN aud u:

t dollars. and soreniy live cent, and doubt, with a hearty good will to elect them that the constitution will admit of. lie has a We have met none committee [Wright, Gwynne, &c.,] to give 1 I I the :
i itiiu-nl of tattler, two )hundied be thai some of ]_
banks. It persons Prer Unie
.' -if they could ; but-they cant soul, nnd can jfCl for others': woes. Finallymy destroy all may the information !sought for in some of the nu.mcrous I I Perceiving in St

ii ::4T. '. ,iiontof artillery, three% hundred From the Mar of August 25. brethren, will you split our ranks, and let !' of our party, seeing the evils brought I letters 1 received." I I date ot llth July, on extr Star of tta

t j*> > Martin Van Buren preside over the nationfour the from time to time by the Ise yeery" t
f ..,...t .w farewell nnd
4 tl rul|ri..1' t'uli unlliio! Military, Arnd- Auo./ CTH, Itf40. years more ? Then, to my I fraudulent breaking of many banks, Columbus Ohio, he : "I have no committee i i I D F.Vilsn, W. W. Taylor, Wya
f" (.',1.' ..,. tlio 11I..1"II'I or of infantry lite- At a large!! and rrfju-ciabln! meeting of the citizens country-where, oh where shall you expansions, contractions Dud suspensions, says i Bryant, J. B. Bull and Thomas Brown L

"'Ty and uriitirry Uctiri, or of practical of Tallahassee; held nt Caj>1. B .tran'" loi'g get our contribution money to help' !the poor time of so others, may fellow citizens, confidential or other. I fessing to act as a committee of ,

k, i '. .!'i: n'l-l that: i It* |ny and rm >luw, ..nJ' *.llall.t' room. Ol. D. F. WiUon; "us calli-d lo the chVir, slave ? If I am wrong/I am willing to be from tune to many wise. It is true, I employed my friend, Maj.G I j of Tallahassee the citj
better for -now wfc the
I .. Jilt, t n I lowed that it would have been
than The
IKI 4 4Mi i % I ' t. t 11) Jw to i Ihl'I |I'tII't''f of matin-malic. ; nnd that chairman tlatrd in it few br'u-f remark* the excitement Yours :' the that: there had been no banks of wyne, to aid me in returning replies to some i citizens of ,'falahse' protest

0 thr! "pay nnd fin'tlumcnU of tlio inlruclor. in tlu-nc and commotion) which prevailed nmonjj !the respectfully, country of the numerous questions propounded to letler l as wrIten ai, j te J
bUlIl'hi.'Ih.llI., !' | l! in. no rasp ho ;los* than; if allowed by citizen, on account of the MILITART\ FORCE being DAN. STORRS.. circulation but -by that, they did not mean I without sanction from nuthrty a i WI

Jaw to tho ascuianl pro-lessor'! of mnlhrmaltr stationed; ill the city ; that several of the citizens Lebanon, N. II., June 26th, 1840. that there should be no banks at all. They me. individually;and oo
tf;re. 3. And he it furllicr enurli-d. That' tin hnd bvcn arrested' while pc-art-nMy, wa'kinjr' : the public .._-- --- 'But it seems that :Major Gwynne was ;, public meeting of the citizens was hel coo

1 Mutant |Ibru1Ftora( of clluca liall hI allowed the l si''rt'ctlib,)' ;posted! ti...rJof militia. When up. Tim noon CASE. did not mean that, in their opinion, no system chairman of a committee of the citizens of stituting or raising the Committee

I.. MIIIP (compensation is now nll.<\\cd by law to lite: 01. motion of Muj. R. IIayw. rd, il was rcsu'vcd.! One of the best views of this matter that of banking: could be established, under which Cincinnati. When the famous Oswego letter I, for any such purpose. aor

other UHMnUut .profcssori in the ins'.uution.Approyrd : Tint a comniilttc of ten.be appointed, to tni-et.....at I...... .......... uuu...., __ t. .L. o4ih..r or n inobu irauciuieiu tJ.J.;..g.a, hOse deceitful R. H. Berry, S. S. Sibley, D. M I.
July 20th. 1840.TALLAHASSEE. U. J. Iliicklev'H t I auction ro '111. At v "<".n .v. !- was received, it was read and, as usual, with Shefl
I hill. Kxcrllency: : the Governor ofFlorida. ;I Whig paper in Virginia. If our Southern I- expansions, those rui lous but inevitable contractions W. Anderson, B. Croora. Thos.
row. to wait upon; endorsed and handed it
--- such letters 1 to Maj.
--- .
-- .....-s.JIy. .n \ui. Oil b'lialf of the denbergcr, D. McRaeny, A. E.
r : avl r I Whigs listen with orejudiccd cars to whatwe : could he prevented. I
11'1.\11' ""T & 1DJ.
rn' al. ciuiC'iis, why the nceeNM'.y (,1 withdrawing the mililia Gwynne. But it seems that when the answer Jas. A. Berthelot, Wm. H. Har
: (film the frunlicr aui itatiining them among I Democrats say about this subject surely We feel confident that, as a whole, the I :
I, FLOIUDA : was prepared, it was signed also by his I R. NunisJ. 'V. LeviausLA.'mson' \!
our citIzntg \\ill.inlhe uly and n'q'\clIl their nn. they will some little attention what one Banking System of the United States has
.: mediate removal.) pay colleagues of the city committee. Of all this; I I R. W. White, I G. W.

.t EDWARD R. GIBSON, EDITOR. The chft...Ulan appointed the following named of their own party says. lie views the subject been injurious to the pecuniary interests of the t I I knew nothing ;" nor, in their capacity of'I Dickerson, James T. Searc, B.!

1 Saturday, August : :' -- gentlemen In compose) said committee : as it really is, with reference solely to country at large. We believe also, with Mr. I I Carlisle, John C. Jacobi, !
18 to.
Win. i'. Uuulli'n. Thomas Brown, Col. Wm.Vyatt committee, hd they any thing to ( my To
its merits and without consideration Vice I Geo. F.
r--- -- the Harrison candidate for the f linghnst,
party Tyler,
t p \ II J. Hathaway, M.
r FOR PRESIDENT OF ): Co! A..M.: alm. Capl.; T. Hfzran, t l letter. : L
THE U. 6TATKS: ;, U iMord: Waller: \\'. T.'.)IlIr, '1'. R. Button, and L.II. Presidency; that it has done more than any Can contradiction be and I Demick. John Miler, Stephen Mile

; MARTIN VAN BUREN. Bryant. I From Washington Globe. thing t else to corrupt, the public morals." Believing I any more gross I Nathl. M. A. Spengler! N.[

-- -- On motion, the chairman.' added to the com A rare Fxltibitinn-IIonr.'ity in a Federal P palpableIn In May, he acknowledges that he I Daniel, R. V. Limbeck, W. II.Michael[
i all this cannot, in performing our .
1. Or; We publish a letter from Mr.\ SalE;. mlHrr. 'I i Whig Editor-The Hoof. we had requested the COMMITTEE") to answer Thos. Baltzell.Fi'ini.
On motion, it was! requited 1I1II.ltllo secretarynutily citizen, do otherwise than I I t I
a good
; FIELD, one of our most peaceable and res. the cominitice( of their appoicttnCflt.Fi : The editor of the Lexington (Virginia) duty as I Ito the letters, and give the information the G fli.he.l

., pectablc citizens, detailing the circumstances 'c meeting then BiHoiined.PAV1DF.. I i Gazette, C. C. Baldwin, Enquire, a decided raise our voice against: the' system, and sock 't sought for." Some time afterwards, when. II I WIIIOGERY IS

ts connected with the outrageous assault: on R. n. (Corti.Axn WILSON, Ch'n. 'i I Whig of the modern school, treats the case! amend it. In all this, we act in concert i the commentof the- public press had reached I We are informed by rEDERALS1.: from arioui

him a few days sin c. It speaks for itself.In Sec'ry.This .1[., of Lieutenant Hooe like an honest man. He I with thousands of the'best and wisest of the : him, he turns about and asserts that he "knczcnothing' I quarters that the Whigs ha'e collected a
meeting and their proceedings are np.I! maintains that it would have been absurd !
'; conjunction with the- assault on Mr.\ I as land. .' of the committee answering the Oswego :I few names gentlemen now acting with the
pealed to as authority by thi* committee for i I in the President to set aside the finding of the! is and simplet'if '; I
The in Democratic and
J \ : BLACKBURN, and the insults to several other court the accused j matter dispute plain letter, (and, of course, of the same oi party. are using them t
1 : thc address to the Governor, and to the President convicting upon chargesand li our would let it come fairly be. I I I I prove that the Democratic the old
gentlemen, those interested in our city may specifications to which the testimony I the t other letters) aud that in their capacity: ( party i
of the U. States. Whether they do furnish j negro .I fore the people. It is-Shall the thousand] i I Federal party! Thi Is one of the most Inn.pudcnt .
f sec how its peace and good order nre inter was -tot applicable! us it would be, in an I)jof committee, they. had nothing to do with
the authority is best determined refer. : bunks the continue toI falsehoods that Federal Whigeryhas
ordinary court of criminal spread over country "
the jurisdiction, to set
rupted on merest pretexts. I his letter. This one s.mple transaction j i invented, lot the course of the States.
'I -- ----, onco to the only resolution adopted at thet' aside a conviction of murder upon one in. I have the power, as they have now, to expand : present
I i ought to satisfy the people, of General liar- of t (counties of cities, of towns, and of awe.
; THE FENSACOLl J\. meeting ; and by this, they were instructedwail i 1' dictment, because improper evidence was ad. I and contract the currency as they please i ilo !''rison's' unfitness for the station he aspires to. t tenths of the suni\ul of the old Federal

: ; The notes of the PciiMcol.i! : Bank now 'to upon the Governor, and respectfully I milled on another. Having illustrated this II suspend the payment of specie when and \ party, give it the lie. But let us resort to.

...( pass an Pen :lcola at fifty cents for the dollar, inquire behalf of the citizens the ;. point, ho proceeds to another, as follows, viz: i how long their interests suit them-and virtually -I j i j THE INDEPENDENT: TRE \SURY.i names also.In 'I.
on ,
why j 2. the law and j
By common the uniform i The that the
.t p. as compared with the notes of the Alabama of the militia from !' I and actually: violate the laws with impunity I Whigs pretend Independent I 1619 the Massachusetts Senate passed
necessity withdrawing practice ot'the under it
banks. Tho poor people who hold these navy negrocs are and their influence [I Treasury bill was passed against the wishes the resolution! viz:
I following
tho frontier and them witnesses white In; through controlling
stationing our competent against men. {Iof
notes, are thus defrauded among j I the people. How can that be 1 When the As the sense: of the Senate,that
i : ', out of one half ofl citizens within the city, and their i Virginia, they arc not permitted to testify against I in the legislatures, set the laws al defi. Rso
$ request [bill first submitted i in like the
was to it avar ,
. l. what they hold. Is this I I Congress, wa* present waged .ihou
: right ? Is this just"J a white men, I because that: is very pro. ance ?
immediate removal.
..,'l .,t not monstrous And who is it that con. Now where is the in this reso'u-' I perly forbidden by an express law of the'I. This is the state of things now. The i,(rejected. A new Congress was elected. j justifiable and religious cause, it i to not becoming mr
authority '
people approbation
.submitted them und express any
the bill
;, trols the Bank ? To whom docs the Bank t S tate. They arc good itncsfts, however, Conservatives and Whigs virtually claim that; |I ; was passed I military naval "
.. tion, for preferring charges against any one to i in many of the free States.!' They were, .I by a considerable majority. or exploits.
belong I More than half of the stock Wongs this condition of il? ings should exist. The Of the Seaators voting for this resolution,
the Governor the
tho President
V .% or to :against t then, competent legal witnesses in the case. !

'. to persons now connected wih; the U. S. Governor, and these after the main object of The question then\ arises, what right has the i Democrats think a reform necessary. They; :; -Pa: !,n the Trcisury Sill! tnd j m e l'ctJar: nine are still living, viz:

j Bank, or who were lately connected with the meeting, the removal of the troops, had Federal Executive to rt'pealthe laws of the I t think that modifications and restrictions maybe ::; tin Van Buren."-H. ;\. WISE. JOSIAh QUINCY,
:ti Elihu Chaunccy, S. V. S. Wilder, CharlesA. a ters. But we venture: that thcs long letters expedient? Arc our Whig friends, are the the benefits that banks can afford, and at the bv* the Whics.- Ti.ev. el that it would becceptable SILAS HOLMAN: ,

Davis, Thomas Biddlc, (cousin of the late had another object\ in view, beyond that of l freemen of this and land, prepared to surrenderthis same time diminish the evils thaC are now so 'a to the people, and would add to DANIEL A. WHITE,

I President: of the U. S. Bank, and who had monstrous despotic nuthorilinto the: manifest, and which so heavily; the :,the strength of the Administration. SOLOMON STRONG,
at one ume a man trom mat DanK 01 some : a.rjitifviiiff.;\ the citizens. or asserting their hands of the Federal Executive Yet this press .,
rights, winch were to have been me : .L .L.. .. ,.... XAHUM
I tun millions. I pretended soth very principle involved in me case, lor : r'r -.1 -- I P TL"U"-T..clt- has Pennsylvania MITCHELL.
) 1 hese are the who have I
men grossly violated. The address to the prc e President is universally censured by the cast her vote for President and JAMES llCHA.RDSO.
had, and have now the control of thus bank I THE ,\ TI-W.\R PARTY or i nv.cr : S.
:: ;; dent was to abroad fur cflcct i.1 Whig: press, because he would not repeal the J312-tl.\RT-1 t voted for C. .J'.
4 go upon a Federalist. Her I
and we sec the situation to which they aud.their I l law of the land authorizing negroes to give FORD CONVENTION, AND ].I vote was Of these nine, EIGHT are modern Whigs,

:, agents have reduced it. elections in the States. It was ostentatious evidence against white men. As a Whig.as \VIHGI8\i.! j i|given for Jefferson.Madiso! : nroeJ:tckson.Yan .I worshippers in the log cabin, and supporter

.. f Cut this is not the worst of it. They con. l Iy forwarded to conspicuous persons abroad, a Republican, intensely jealous of Federal We publish, in an adjacent column, a L ,: Buren. Do you thiuk she is going to I.I of HARBISON. Mr. ALLEN is the only .

1 trived to the bonds and widely circulated for this purpose. encroachments, nay more, as an American I striking article from the Globe, from which'! I turn traitor novt I ception.In .
of the
4 get Territory to Hence a boast that this mn\c would bo worth freeman, we, for on ,cmcr our protest against i our Southern Whigs clear view of I I 1524, this disgraceful resohiiioa was
the amount of FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND may get ; "The sovereigaPeopic ;; have I -
10,000'otrs to the party in the Presidential such a monstrous usurpation of power bv the Jt the political tendencies anti feelings of their always aright f EXPUNGED from the journal of the Senate.
; DOLLARS. Those bonds\ they Federal E>.eclltin'. to interrogate: those who are candidates I I The voted
Now I j I against
election. we can trll them, for we Northern brethren. We beseech following indi'idaaL
sold, and the it 1 Let us not he misunderstood ( them to p for their suffrage. ."-Van Buren. I i I t the
pocketed money, or spent iispeculation. :I know tho f ict and the cvidrnce We are ( to expunge. survive, viz:
cnn point to
ponder it. We also call the a I
It i is gone gone gone But I no advocates for< negro evidence against; ;, on attention of j jour "-.-- ask my Committee."Harrison. I I.4nnrcr [ THOMAS- II. PERKINS,
that their has them in
41 the interest is to l he raid. Who is to pay it ? t move injured Georgia, %tit lute men. On the contrary, we are strong.: Democratic Republicans to the tacts detailed of the Committee : We think it \ .NAHUM- MITCHELL,

: The Bank cannot do it. If it cant make i its as ought to have done, and is greatly deprecated. I ly opposed it. But let the loathsome, the t in the article. Let them show it to I best that the General should play mum.'.' PETER C. BROOKS, Gov. Emrn'i

disgraceful h the degrading law 1 lie repealed by t their mistaken fellow citizens, that thma\' j! father-in-law.
4; notes, in the place of its location, worth:I Now for the fact that this was n meeting of 'Congress, by the representatives of the peo. see the character of the party at the North-=- i i iof A New York: Whig has bet- $1000 with I S. P. GARDNER, of Worcester,

; 1 more than fifty cents in the dollar, comparedwith I iu| le, and not by the Federal Executiie. What another Whig. that Mr. Van Buren I TUFTS do.
the t citizens of Tallnhas ec. That some were t that portion of the which j gels the A.4RU. ,
the notes of the: adjacent country, how- frpresent eeman can tolerate the bare idea ofExecu. party necessaj electoral vote of that State. I' now a New York Whig.
have doubt but asked S1'RO.YG
we no ; a meeting rily controls and Being
: must control, the and
p is it to 830,000 in its live[ legislation Give; this to policy I I S. STRONG do.
?! ,jr.
get specie or equivalent power your why he bets his
called by the heat of the drum, the ringing of Executive, and he \'oti movements of the Whigs. That the Northcm against party, he explains It: .
is! a despot, and JIENR
;, Will Jaudnn, Diddle, &c., it t It is not t arc .
pay He J IlllBBARDofBerkhir.
a bell, and so on, \\ IIi1st some of the citizens his slave" Whigs have the control of the Whig very naturally. bets, he says, "to
; lvy) that they will. It would be, it seem!*' 4 make THUJI.4S L.-YGLEr Frkln.
., were in their beds, could !scarcely be called Thus suith editor is money.
., a a Wh'g in Virginia party, evident from the \ery Iure: of I f MAN OF THESE is now a Whig! ,
like nfter
throwing good money bad. meeting m me of the citizens of Tallahassee. Why Come from what quarter it may, it is true Democratic t things ; and the selection of their candidate :, To the Eai4T-f; the Flsridian and supports HARRISON for the Presidency..

: \'_.do not, the bondholders will come 0')a this unusual call 7 why not defer the matter I doctrine. for the Presidency settled that conclusively. 'i.DEAR SIR :- : I WHY do old Federalist rote for
t i : .- .itiiry for their annual interest, and I t till morning, when the subject bo Well, what ii the point of attack against I point Oil the I HAJsod SURELY FOR THOSE VICTORIES
was to acted On the first ballot in the Friday, 21st instant. I was attacked :
4. 1 1 : ;ir thi whole amount of the bonds. ? the: President in this case ? It is, that he has]f Whig con. 11 in a most brutal I I OF WHICH IT WAS 6 UNBECOJCEW AMORAL .

4 TV; ,. :':.... we toiolo. then tIt upen _ not ALTERED tltc LAW! It is that he1: vention, every Southern delC'gate'uted t for {n name of R. B. Copeland manner, by while a man by the: AND RELIGIOUS PEOPLE TO' ol

j IfARRI20ANU: THE AIIOI.1TIOXIST.C" has not USURPED THE \ Mr. Clay. There could be no doubt of his peaceably I dogo DOt
i* :,,ct:; to impossible for the Bank to restor1 VOVER\ RIGhTFULs I persuing my business, and as the attack was APPROBATION no, they
1j'' We publ sh below, H short but OF CONGRESS < ,!:superiority over General IIarris. but the I for him for he done for
cnmprehen. ; II|public, it is but just that thing h
usclf: and sooner: or Inter the Territory) Co. call the South t! they should be made any b
five letter from a prominent leader of the Abolitionists on ) to oppose the President : Northern influence of combined Ultra Fed. callciKon the interest of b l he has I
be /Air.
rmint to pay ccHUt.c not this became
.t : to his brethren generally. It will| case an I ,I cralism and Abolitionism laid him on the 'was about crossing Jefferson street, when I t Simply bus he is A Fn.EJLSL'l.ClrLE
.. dollar and Usurer! Yes, the who f
thousand the
annually men nnd I
finally very daily ,, Government
would administer the
'be shelf killed him i I was called to this
the confidence by
: : seen he has that: Harrison recklessly charge him with politically. The same control '. Copeland, who
hole hundred thousand dollars. Here usurpation, complain FEDERAL
v fvf >eckoned UPON PRINCIPLES.
will suit their purposes. lie has satisfied i of him also because he does not k that that influence exercised then, it musl'and : to me to come to him; I advanced .
is a millstone: put upon our necks, nnd upon it usurp m i i'he. ; I(juitc near, unsuspecting that I EVERY SURVIVING MEMBER OF
them that he will do all that the Constitution '' lav.making potter! will continue to exercise over the i was getting
resoltr. to pul it Ihcrt. i. party. j into. any difficulty, ( serious THE HARTFORD CONVEX LION also !-
fit jjur posterity, if ire It is quite as the ', i
not at all : sequel
allows him to do, to emancipate: the stares of remarkable that the Whig: Why is it that we thus find these Hart-i I .
q. What then is to be done! when the call 1 ditor: of the Gazette should think t! las proven.) as nothing unpleasant: had occur. supporter of HARRISON.DANIEL .
the South. How much; I M that! / We do not it ncccssa. i I ford Conventionhtsand these Anti.'V nr Fed-1;; I cd between us. Mr. C. then asked : WEBSTER, Harrison's des-
L hall be made on the Territory by the bond ry to give i reasons for venturing to be honest me, "if
exactly know ; but thia much we know : j,crahsts thus arrayed on the side of Harrison 1 1 had been carrying around a petition for the : tine Secretary of State, was a leading antiwar
-: holders, for the of the annual interest n any thing which relates: to the Admhistra.
payment I that he is {for( laying taxes {for( the benefit of ti ion. Honesty\ und candor in the: j' Whigism, and against the )Democratic Republicans ')urposn of getting subscribers"My answer' : in and out of Congress.
: r 7 Shall a tax be laid on tho good people nit so rare aras, "I have not" JOHN DA VIS of the United States Senate
I! Northern industry ; and if that produces any t r.cwspapcrs I of that that : :J! I Plainly and simply, because they -he said, "there is such a ,
::: b of this to a debt created for the j party we. never ex. 'r in Whigs
Territory Harrison
; pay cport circulation" whose falsehoods the
? I surplus, revenue, he was for devoting it to I poet to meet with them without, an apology., ,' 'h always been thus arrayed because replied, "I had a
a\'e. ; they
: sole benefit of ;these- broken speculators: 11 j Ih h Hour what >aper in my possession the other day, now delight to circulate, was a bitter antiwar
Mr. signify.ag
the emancipation ot the! slaves of the South. says: : 1 Thai Is the onlv way the interest on the debt, '! 'a W-l have boon a in' i that those ho subscribed knew nothing ofi Federalist,and on hearing of the capture
: told
This I he has: publicly declared to be an object\ by some of our 'j principle that he will if
I | ; elected conduct 'r
.or the debt itself, can\ ever be paid. f friends: that it imprudent in the public meeting of the nt'the citizens of Talahasce 'I of Washington, in 1614, is slated by a paper
dear to his heart. Mark how differentlythis ft'l'ry us to |t ihe administration of the Government on Fed. ;j'I : as was published in late Star." in Worcester, Mass., where he re-
We J e this a ,1 puhlisht
call the people to ponder press opinion that it be used
'- upon upon : ( speaks of Mr. Van llurcn. I If he is i injure the Whig cause.; To this might have to'1; (ral: principles! ; antI\ that under him they'::''well," he said, "there was such a meeting" !s ,to ,' pulled off his hat and given three
these things. Such is the condition wo two | .
present elected, "then farewell to !" that : ,will re-establish -I 1 remarked, well, if : 'I cheers!
my country I.urief replies. Fist, t : we shall always do''usliee ; the ascendancy of Federal:, i "very there was, I
: of the that the last
Territory, Legislative i is, farewell any prospect of success to the j: ; wo trust! even to our worst enemies, 'I 1 ptho' principle, put down by the successive elec. mew nothing of it, or I should not have LErERETT S.LTJ'-ST.4LL mm
Council the lafor the collection I s jutiscribed: 'ber of Com
suspended 4. '* my name to the the Whig Eteuth'e
the heavens
cause of Abolition. And whore, oh where, fall. We scorn that pu. t tallanimous L ions of Jefferson. Madison, Monroe nnd' paper"-hc then Ab1ition
Can the s aid, "it was a G-d d-m of the violent anti-war
.of a Territorial revenue. people 1 s. : criminal' prudence lie, and at the !mitea one most
( : Mr. Storrs,) hero )hall0 which, for J Jackson.: These
gii our things must ; tend 's i.ime. i.-.stant of the
.( ,bear an additional tax to pay this foreign in. p larty: purposes, wntiM! countenance injustice surely to gaTe: rrc a severe blow on: the ::Federalists, and was on the committee
coiitriUilion lo help time slave ?T" lhat is < the of those who do t h icad j
} poor pen eyes not close them with a heavy stick .Massachusetts which reported
( We which he held in his legislature.
to loc.
terest ? And is it right, and proper, aud just, ;vcn a were taught by m\ternal'
how and here shallic get the money and ;'J that M is ,with a determination not to see. th innd, and whether he knocked down 't the resolution in favor of calling the Hartford
I p u'cty honesty t the I best policy that me or
taxed ,
that they should' be thus 7 ,. _
influence of the General\ Government to I I.,I the right i is the ; --- -- -- n lot, I am not able to say.: I was much stun. (Convention. We request our friends everywhere

This is a question that the people' should I I J emancipate' the ,slaves' of the South I j r nay: the lightnings always of heaven most t prudent"blast us if; and we I wIt,(; PREDICTIONS.: : rThfi icd), but not so much so as not to feel several to give to the public the names of thasurviving

put to every man who M a candidate for any: Mr. Storr Inkes a very just and ncnsiblc' I e!(ver should) forgot the lesson. \\'0 owe Whigs brag' too much of what they o:Hhcr. blows which were repeated in most Federalists, who took an actirepanteforc

I .oce in the Territory tnd particularly to lire : view of this matter. lie is a long.jighted: I{ *.i hiphej- allegiance, to truth than to partv. ire to do in the Presidential 1 election. This r:apid successioi.. My head and shou'ders and during the war that tbe pePw

for Council Let Our second i s an old habit with them. They have trom. : x:vas very much cut and bruised, and in fact *? where may see what &
r p ,.candidate the Legislative | and sensiUo\ man, and sees clearly that the I I' reply is!, that we cant help i \r rtfplitlC1

tbem be called, upon to state their;opinion. cause cf Abolition 'has much to ,b il.ihlMiig right out whatever we think. We: I I ILhor neil through all their jourualsthc! very 5.). ny situation in point of looks and feeling I 'they:: are now asked to elevate
from vas
hope thing else
jn than
all id I t h er, reasonable any cmiahte. The ob j
concealment a. scorn all statement of Senator Tal
,fairy and explicitly on this point. Lei there the election of Harrison ; but thai.iho dec. j.I franknc trickery. |I rnadgc. ipxious document I was charged with In a late work on sice it i said t
*, r :
a lofty
independence I to him Harrison is
an According ,
lie DO eqctrtocatirtn or evasion. If they find. I bon of Mr. Van Buren w death to all their'Iii ngcniouj" idor.we wtimnlc above all ill the to get 4c ircnlatcd, fir the purpose of obtaining signs. 'nara is to a cnain exte,prevention o
price, a votes but
&try rindHa'ft diapos to equivocate! or evnded hopes certain death to all pnspPcts of as.! n s one nf tho noblest trail of the human I I for this some 20 or 30.r c have ail1natch 'I ic ares, is sul. :joined hereto. .\s"m be per.e s oic I h been stiaclorYeb.tht

>a qvfti M. let hint be marked as one who'jwifi fiitUlM (Ciom tho General Government, either I jc haracter. In a word, such unfortunately is statement of the New York eivcd, it It nothing more than a:expression *! among men hn" deYhemh'
I Senator: in from f n want of ckbou
one n Massachusetts I knowledge of are !
? there
IbM tax th*people for and on aceountot'1 of ur moral constitution: that ena. being a meet. ( r.o
in tto way countenancing the crusade: in of the a P'
t in the citizens of it.Ve commend to
or, of
the g Tallahassee
4 \ve .. ,. case contest between Gen. t
Bi4 speculators. cant b ilrnt, and Appointing
s will twt tie:
__ t ,against the slave property CM .the South, or of; 44 We hop our friends satisfied. I J fackson and Mr. Clay. The Whigs of that I i committee to address the President of the: *C naderation of the ei o B*

The Comerratke had their; Conrention, :s"yyinz"a contribution on the surplus reve. arc We 1 I Jrite States. document rrnsrpt New Fai -
ood d Tis to know. : J
/ n not say that the columns of'ou lay believed it, or pn 7UW to believe it, with my Pyne

frux Ifarnxm Wh\g\ Log Cabio Barbecue,at { .Due of the Govemmant for the purpose of a re op on to the freest discussion of the ,wholeubjecl. paper It tl he same sincerity as they would I liE*Id g and was by UPftN 2 ef our
jdtca place oa Batttrday (aat.Few ,It wuaugas) I !:I emancipating our shres. It dooa seem s ." I c rcdtt: what Mr. Talnudgc seem to I most : ) citizens I I (" old btl aa t aoe-'
: .Jr &fafr. k vouU':MOQV otteodod :t :i I strange to us, wonderfully strange, that any Ah, Mr Baldwin, you arc too Democratic I Clay was to ears.Mr I( ind am one in whom by; I a have friend of Mr. Copeland, hero'o DU too t pri" a
get an I
". tha 00007, departed DO doabt at the I i Scutbarn man &huldvjat this matter u the r;>r your party. If you continue to act upon I \'ota overwhelming I 0r friendly every assurance is i t cfH a. .
: 194 votes were to be Q I.e to myself;) that after t' '
.-=*.1JD of not sad dicorder whldi our Boqtktro! Whlgt Ti.W it. lila Ant of the tl i*' principle that you "awe a: ligkcr t l"i.IG. Jackson.: given against Ire this having 'Thereiiia i a ; .
U'reotIj troth tAi Alas Mr. Clay but eve 8\r beating, I WAS still fellow. ir 011wbicbIs'8et&aia
to 49
nee to !,
will got
parry you soon s an the
bad m vJ. ran tioMto tEp.; 4nj t *. I ejtrapriiijftry political hallurinationitbatvr : ed upbTMr.Copelanaa. TD
I rD od that the modern Whig party' hare 1 rtiaao[ Whig Senatorial calculation I byhimif Ii ; i in
: ir'f p4'r4ei.. '.fb .sb waft! r. 1M It cab call to our ralnd. It th) I for no jm am not t had not been ungrateful t Go'. 1 iI D" t a o ,
ruM you. / uchtobedep.nd.hon. G- TC. Brown, or Dnn1an I{ j,ln. r a grrTa -b.h d..

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Wo regret to learn that tho Indiana have had come from California in charge of the I I Seventy vessels from >'W.mr. antbot.4ti-isaoiac. I _
prisoners -
Pursuant to public notice, the Democratic again commenced their outbreaks. On Tues. show the,had no documents of any nature to]I rived at Lierpoolwitbin MOSCLET. Es..aJ:*f>r WILL L: D counties cause of the violent
from the different met a proceedings ol r Colonel Thornton the Democratic'osdnicte; L .
Moo Delegates cello, on Saturday the 22J inst. ThCJbwiic the I I
persons were present: a few miles from Moniicello, *?as attacked, prisoners: consequently, by order of themilitary I State of Illinois, of one I 111 18 Commission JEer h .

I FtoK JZFnaso* : Col. John A. Cuthbert,I two negroes killed, and four negro children, commander, the irons were taken L with no difficulty in "We a Authorised fo announce'W SAJ.EDAY8-W.daezdaysud : .

I Wm Kettey, L. Coleman, John B. GraveslUoyd ,,, from 8 to 12 years old, carried off. The suls from their limbs, and by direction of the con. in i the object of bis i ALSTON, is a candidate; rprt L A New sEng*stal..

SkanD 1.V.. C. Smith, James Baugh,pp, negroes, we are informed ,comfortable quarters and wholesome food I in Ihe Great Western. County'o thane Leguhti Council.LI Jp--t Antrkan aR
Hardy Moore, Wm. H. Rid.. were property were provided for them without delay. It i is % e. Gin.Ca Wicaa c
Jena Walker, of Mnj. A. F. Holmes. = slated that Lucien 1 aooo Brandy, Madei & 1 ,
Several murders military gentlemen whose Havana ,& Loaf S.s
W. R. Taylor. brutality of Canino, died at J. wane gar<,
dens, have been recently .committed in n,,d excited the I _I BrownX Myers. aad coaenTohasco.. SpaajahCigarHaTana
James ){. Gachrirt. Archibald I the vicinity indignation even of the authorities 29th. June. He --
GADDES' was 66 I .U.e ISUi inst by the Rev. Miles Mr,,, Candida No.
Smith jr., G. W. Philips, W. S. Gregory,I of Mineral Springs on the SuwanDce,as 4e. of Tepic, to their utter consternation,p said to have died of the 'Bradley, to Miss Celia AM ?cder.u.1 of r Rasptany It Co.p .,,icc.,,landed s",

Robert Larku.s, Isaac< Ferguson Jr.L'Io'f. tailed in the following extract of a letter to were where compelled to march to the quartet,p which Napoleon fell a briJwaandfonIeby ..

Berthelot..1"homas Bait..' the from they found themselves placed undercharge stomach. May 30. SPKNOLFJI & LYMAW.
James A. editor C. F. Duerr I _
; Esq., dated ,
Michael.MADISoN of a with the ,Htu. QU.na TTH RTOT. FV M.Tallahassee. I
H. strong guard privilegeof I .
MillerV. The civil in Bacon
Gen. Mocxr war Spain Se.
7.dll. John Wiggins.H 'j PLKASATTT, occasionally through the 28lh Aug. 180. ck JOt Urchin, sod
: C. J. Jenkt.is Columbia County, Aug. 15, 1840. A grates. ra having entered France. ORDER flO. 1. 130' fur sale Kr
Allen G. J huson. circumstancial account of the history of by the French I. An election (u r and other b1
"The Indians authorities Captain .
AKILTOX : have again been the : \ & LTMA!
their ,
of the insalubrity of the I I murder at outrageand the sufferings of the prisoners,I the frontier. Five which nay be vacant tl o Company oftlf! SPENGLER
In consequence of the Delegates did net at. destruction in our devoted coun. had been forwnrced: by the consuls to the ..Beat,, will be held a the Court loa.e, Floor, Sugar and Co.e

weather, many from slckncss.CD try. Yesterday morning, about 11 oVJock, British and American ministers resident in accompanied him. i ., on the second Saturday in Sept. J ust landing from the schooner Uri &d for
t d, and some were absent they attacked the dwelling of a Mr. Howell Mexico The difficulties ; I. G. Tilling hast and Tho. Barnard will act sakbrJuly

Hamilton county, owing to Indian depreda.tions and after killing his wife and two children, into both of whom had warmly entered pacha were in a train of .of lid election. .4 SPENGLER &. LY)1AN.
attendance. The the cause and had demanded a full 2- The Beat at Shell Point District is by the
full report explanation LIVERPOOL
had not a set fire to his Thenco I -COTTON. Q and New Orleans Funds
premises. .
as to the sound and they went from the supreme government, and pled American of the Regiment divided laW two pee -For wlikb the big Ust premium
of these gentlemen to the house of a Mr. Green, killed his wife satisfaction for the injuries which their arc now i known by the St. Marks and tho She!] will SPKNQLER LYMAN-!
of their coun. coun. b paid oy -
healthy condition respective and burnt up his buildings. Mr. H. and Mr. I had been our circular per British D.t.the dividing line of the same shall be jane

ties, were of the most cheering and satisfactory G. were both absent from home at the time. j trymen Official compelled to suffer. during the first part of the t \ River. An election for officers i in 4 -

character. This I accounts of this infamous transaction gradually-lost-there Beats will bo held on the second Saturdiyin in New) York, Charleston and Geor
morning, three or four citizens started have been forwarded" Funds Wanted For "<;:ch the
the -
Colonel JOHN A. to British and r next such place as the judges may
vote, sell
unanimous pressure to and the a
By was called to the Chair, and out to ascertain the direction taken by the I American! governments by their respective. on.hand have been, Capt. W. Walker. and Ja,. Ciithbert,I highest premium ".1 be paid.

CUTHBERT Jr. and W. R. TAYLOR Indians, (intending to pursue them as soon as ministers at the city of Mexico, and it is con. prices act .Judges at. the Shell Point &at and I juneS SPENGLER & LYt.N.Flour
Messrs. A. a sufficient company could be collected,) and fidently hoped that and pretty steady. Hunneville and Livingston wi act as Bacon, Lard, Ionsss;
Secretaries. prompt energetic measures turned for at the St.Marks election.
appointed trailed them to the of Robert export are landing:
plantation San. will Ie.
On motion, Messrs. Jenkins, \Wiggins, derlin. Here be pursued by .those powers to ob. t ion of order, and may be 3. The Commanding Officer of each Com Pacific,and ro sale: :clr

Larkins, Baltzcll, Berthelot Smith, they found the dwelling house tam ample justice and remuneration for the and fine Uplands not named above wii" case ofany vadncy, May 30 SPENGLER fc .
Gilchrisl, surrounded by the savages, who kept up a )prisoners, and satisfaction for the national I are an election to b in his Beat, on the L\'I\
Oregon-, and Baugh, were appointed a fire upon it ; and it is supposed that Mr.\ i insult. preference being given to si Saturday in September, and. will appoint NOTICE.
committee to make nominations ; and Messrs.Gflchrist Sanderliu's l leans and Mobile. Sea ;;w of the same. DURING my absence froiK tin Trrri'ory
Miller and Berthelot family was shut up in the house.A steady and 4 Tho Capliins trill, said A. Drskeand Daniel M'Ricnr. are
Baltzell, a of citizens SCENE request, full a elrcti"nl atturized .
in my
company start
pursuit sufficient
time for doo and lawful notice
committee to draft resolutions.The In a private room Bank tained; a large lot will be my a>.h 49 J.H. "
early to-niorrov ; but I fear will not be sue. adjoining a room. the men of their respective Companies to f t
committees after a short interval reported ccssful, as the woods are almost impassible, Bank Debtor, (Comes in and takes ofT his I on Friday next which will to assemble for Company Muster on b Lost or Itlislaid. .

the following resolutions and noraina- owing to the late rains." l hat.) My note, sir, for 82000 is due. I have forcing is adopted. We Saturday in October, immediately! after hicli, A NOTE of hand for t"enty.two.d"lu.,.tta
"Sea Island, ord. to ihe Captain will forwa.d. to the Adjutant a by George Young
unanimously adopted
{ : : dktodsome
tions, which were We have been notified to pay up all next week. I roll of ., tie Subbu. .
also muster their
been obligingly furnished f fair to fair Complnic. : time in January .
by good 14 1.2 All
It is the duty of freemen a i"i .lt. are cau ,
WHEREAS, have come 'to See if I and kind of : tioned pnn. "
you, cannot get indulgence arms, &c. against trading for the said A
wherever residing to guard the blessings of M. Scott, Esq., of St. )lark with an 'cx. and have it renewed. 18 a 20; stained, ord. to I By order of Col. S. N.accoutrelneDt DAIFU reward wilt he given to the finder on returning literal it to

liberty ; and whereas, these blessings can tract of a letter from II. :M. Spencer to his'I I Bank Director, (Scarcely condescending fair 'to good fair, 8 a 9; j I JAMES. F. HUNTER. Ju'y 4.1840 49 JAMF.SC. WELLS. _

onlv i t be secured by igil.mce and watchful. !i father at St. :Marks!, giving an account of an I to look at him.) You have been favored a long: ; 12; Upland, ord. to mid. 'I Ito I Adjutant 7ih Rcgl. F. M. DB. F. S. BEATTIE

ness on: the part of the people and an attention uttack of the Indians upon Indian Key, dated ; t time ; you have voted in favor of Bank reform good fair 5 3.4 a 6 I I I To the Public. HAS resumed' .the practice Ied.cne in all its
of concern, taking to 6 1.4 a 7; Mobile and ., eltaracterharing been availed t <-ies and tenders hit professional service .
ti natters public) cure ; you have voted against the banks, and y by acontemp-
sentiments fully in all suitable KKY WEST, Aug. 21, 1840. ,4 1.2 a 5 1.2, fair to good individual, who caBs! himsrlf CRAIILPS H. to the community., His olico is St. Mark,

express their And whereas, the subjects iudi.cated : "I 1 suppose you have heard that Indian now you must suffer Ihe consequences. Yournote ; good to fine, (6 3.4 a 7; and not knowing to what fxt.nl at the I'use of S. C. Succccr.jtlylB a

occasions. resolutions : Key has been taken by the Indians and burn. must be protested. mid. 4 3.4 u 5 5.8, fair to 1 slanderous: my rharactor _j l! 2m [The Star \:Ui copy. .

in the following: are believed ,, ed down-mosl of the. people got clear. Dr. Debtor. Is it possible 1 Then 1 am a ruined !16 3-4, good to fine, 7 1.2 sprcaJ. :> becomes my duty to present his PRIVATE SALE.
beof lct'i' and pervading interest, and wore :. m man. My credit will sink little a ; to the public not because I consider HAVE received
to on
; Perrine. :Mr. Mutt and his ; my rh I consignment sell,
i wife and
two to mid. 9 1.4 9 3.4 fair "il
a ,
I i
ideratio:1. !: (nor! is considered! in comrmnity where 30,000 feet first
th\ of con! earnings years must be swept and quality flooring; jards. ;
That the of !!I cRcsolcCd and James Sterdy, were all thai the away 10 1.2 good to fine 11 a ; known.) I man of sufficient character' to en. W,000 I d/>
1. : sufferings: our : I must l boo: reduced to ruin.
Indians killed. Thore were about 150 In. ''o rd. to mid. 8 1.4 a 8 3-8 him to the notice which a gentleman under I 30,000 "' 3..& wealherboarJinj: :
frontier ,.,
brethren on thc have enlisted our Director. You have taken arms againstus circumstances, would be entitled "
but i
dians, with 30 canoes. Thelanded in the up < 9 a 91.4good to fine, 9 to 10.000 scnntling' ;
ai.d; deepest feehigs; and we cannot sustain he i is not known.his assertions taken !I "4
trsjaicst: sympathies ; ; night, and hid themselves in Mr. Housman's our .( may b 10. sills and flat ;
a'id relief from the horrors Dfbtor. But I be '; .; but living here, without any, vili'ble means : I
must ruined for joire
and that their our \ opinion's'sake I i IMPORTANT ... ) 3,00" ;
!Messrs. Glass and
garden. Blocks and who has settled!
got up no residence, nor casks limp ;
of an Indian: war should: be earnestly and i in the night, and saw their canoes on the 1 I I I The schr. Emblem, nt oi can 1:1I: from the impioiisnrs!!of his con 10 bis pickled cod.

vigoroa-'ly: pressed upon Congress and the bench, and gave the a.mn.) Blocks in Director.9 you make your bed, so you I Matamoras: brings some may justly considered a furtive' an.l run*. Feb 23 33 EDWIN. DORS Y.

President. and our ll.cuizels: in the the cistern, uider: the ware house thereby got must he.Debtor.. I news. The dates are I a he once dtca-npt-d from l!:!plan; and i is j

with zeal and ardor due to the I cannot for moment think ofruin contracting debts amongst those who Note t
States! a a 23J July. It URING from
his life, be badly burnt. appears my the Territory,
saving got i *lraii :rs to him, w'thout of
wounds of a deeply injl1! red and suffering | and disgrace, and thcrtriumph of my en. I I republican leader had any expectation Messrs.lhori .lrKncught &. Qrmor ere'myau
"Dr. Perrine, wife, two daughters and ll-em. swindling and hon'st
son, ddruldIJ; the .
emies. Can be done for J I I ? edngF>dt JOHN LEDGER WOOD
i nothing :
peoph. me of the inquisition \\ uln-rrver circumstances nhoald
got under Mr. Ilow'. house, and his genii onsupecti,2 I
son crept I July J 11. IfrtQ. SO
2. That our admission into: the Union is' out and stole one of their canoen and saved Director. Every Democrat should breakup : I 1 bad raised an army of the puMic! hat! h.U.r I cautious of -

looked to with increased: solicitude and anx. '! l hi mother and 2 children. ; you should all l be ruined, and your sufferings attacked the palace, and j The Mid Remington i ii! ahout I"r; feet six LUMnER-Lt IBEU.FOR .
Housmanand I
Capt. i
I high, bright and
complexion bright hair : FEET YELLOW
the first wish of true Floridnn, would bri'ig to senses. of SALE-130O
every you your the President
ictv, ns : his wife of the window ha had of his fore-firerscutcjj'
jumped oui as the I one it i i" to !"e jnjt received
as'aa object d ar to every friend of the :, Indians broke the doors open and got clear. Debtor. I have a family who little dream I dates the city Mexico f in some difficulty! ;or oilier, for some l from W.lker's t Lt:1ER.; .. ll-7t

S.mth, and, in our opinion, us the means lies i I "The Indians burnt house of my embarrassments, and to whom the Urrea, although the that he has committed. '. il swindler TAFT i ALEXANDER.

calculated to relieve us from our Indian iron.Lies. Mr. How's old every left that except disclosure will come with dismay and vio. !jIence. IcsQed. In the melee, I vagabond is unworthy the confidence a'nd re- Port Leon July 8 1840. 52 3t.
one ; they ', with all l Can of any community, and it is to be regretted
t nothing be done for me 1
I were killed. and NOTICE.
]' his books, papers, 4c.$ hut took all the cloth. I sixty ; he does not conduct himself with that decency
3. That: the present National Administra. Director. Not as long as you remain a !i Bustamente had issued : pors..n are hereby forwarned trsding for a
ing l they could fiud. They took :Mr. How's I I ; propriety winch! he should. do, for the preser ALL
the confidence of the of Democrat. of "if given by me, to \\ m. P.
of attorney
tion deserves people black woman and her 2 children with them. -one threatening thunder I ) lie feelings his reljtives of tho samp
Florida, and especially! : fir its efforts to produce ,I I Debtor. Did not our forefathers fight for I Urrea; the other in Ihia place, whose nlme stand unim- Monroe, to collect my 'aires!a a Pnrite in Cs.pt.UurneyV .
Ois: wounded but dan. Corn thC "said of
Capt. was not
very .and whost piny power attorney
freedom 1 Did not father sTied character hoaetty,integrity :
condition of the own his :
a-Lealthy my in which be calls
currency. people been consideration: of of
gerous. It was the intention of the Indians virtue cannotb as I| Laving given.n a purchase
4. That we xiew with decided a probation to remain till daylight, and then kill the bluok, and give up his life or the field of bat.I children, who have gene : STERLING aill.t. E. ALLEN. a H Orp, which proved to be uusotiod.July ,

the effort of the lower house of the last j pIe as they came: out of their houses. There peo. I tie for his country's liberties ? Have not I Mexican family. He says Ga., Auj'.20, 1840. !I t,[ Id 51 JAMWALLACE.._

the to the true always been free ? And shall I now sell 'he is determined I langle\Virtzelseed'
Comci: : to enlighten people as my not to : i ,
were but G soldiers on Tcatable, about a mile Sale-An excellent Bay Mare and a j RntaBaa&
f.t .
condition: of the Bank?-regardi-ig it as the liberties 1Dircclor. much they have abused Horse. to I I I cf F"I Garden S rds.for sale : |
distant from the who and fired Apply I
Key, came out i ion I Trotling by RANDOLPH : LEWIS. '
best movement n our history towards the assertion the Indians but Do as you please. I wish youto and what justice exacts Zl 4 WM. II. FRANCIS. ]t &
; they only laughed at I I July 19 51i "
of the jus-t rights of the people. ; be convinced honestly before you leave i ity of the nation." 1Democratic
them. the Sale-Two 3t ( -
They stopped ou Key till 2 o' ; or tw 'M n\
5. That we regard with decided disappro. clock next (your Locofoco friends. It you can be so from all quarters to quell 5"t with Harness &c.complete. Apply 'IIJIl.!.i Twenty Dollars Reward.R .

bation, the conduct of those Bai.k! officers day. { convinced your note shall be renewed as It is Stated .that the p opl. p ff9J 4. M. II. FRANC1. ANA WAY from the 'ub.:cribo'-, resdin i in

Dr. Perrine, the number killed, was l long as wish, and perhaps increased. Madison cunuiy. ". c-j lively MULATTOGIRLnamod
who urouid avoid enquiry)' as to their condition: among you had declared for Texas, NOTICE. Francis: aged ubrat 1 W; says, \fhtn:

and defv a scrutiny into the conduct and man. one of our most worthy and enterprising cit.' Debtor. You seem to be fair enough. I dant general, Armije at URNG! my absence from the Territory, CotDavid questioned, thbt slio L.cnJ; !to Mr. Fi h.r. She

I ajement of their :ls ;tuiors.: : i izens. lie had been a resident of Indian: begin to think the banks had better remain: asthey : F. Wilson is mv nuthoried Attorney has been for. one ll Dtih'orhorr of

6. That iho people arc deeply interested in for several and are. May be the Democrats have gone "Drop a line, if you I A. R. STEPHENS. I TalahaPef.! and is supj*"cd yet \<, be aViut the
} Key
1 years. was extensively t:o far. the fish said to the angler. ', Aug. 17. t 1340. 4 ( same place. The ab ve reward wit be pa'J for tier -
hiring a bouid and good currency that engaged in the propogation of tropical fruits, ( apprehension and ail reaiona Ie {, if de-
j arrived in
Banks chartered solemn ? Director, (Looking up.) Take a seat, my This may be old, but I i eorg'e Edgley town.
were upeu a en. Well his ;, livercd to A. E. Harris Talk. has'rcc, or to
the cultivation, of Sisal hemp &c. and had Digger is profession a
; dear sir and I will all aboutit.
gagement to furnish such a medium ; that the I explain you be printed a hundred times. Where he wants In be well known, :::J. MAYS.Hickstown. .

present derangement of our currency is a re. produced numerous' specimens of his success [IHe explains : talks against the Sub. And cih i is his decision. 4 aur! '22 I MrnVson:; ro. a-? 15. 5

preach; upo: us as a people, bringing great injury in i the culture and manufacture of these articles -ttI treasury, in favor of the U. States Bank, (; Notice. I County Court ofJeflersea.V .

and loss upon those not connected with \,, t of a Southern clime. His exertions, I i in favor of post notes, large issues of bank: North Carolina.-In 58 week after date, I shall apply to .the Hon I l I \ i'liamVyr.i J :\l-.mj..tir.. Rr'.urnab'e

the Banks ; and that the next Legislature' arc I; i industry and success had induced the favorable pnpcr, and abuses the Democrats and Van for Governor, as reported, Judge Jetrsor. County Court or letter* ts.Oliver. )>to :epuml -for rtprn.isn.Hzrvey $I4CO.

bound I Buren.] Moorehead, (W.) ". on estate of John L. Lof- At.lehmer
their IK exertions
to UitC! *! by some consideration of and such S3
Congress ; en. Debtor. All that looks plausible. I wonder Saunders Dem. county, deceased. T 1 (1
( JcfcrJo
suitable remedy, to prevent, a continuance or ) IIFI (.rfndant. and aU others ?rrestrJ.:
recurrence of the evil. I couragement had been afforded him, as to I never saw it before. Your reasonings are ELLI lake notice of ti" institctioii of the nSove ut by

7. That, whilst we deplore the incorpora. : prepare the wny for an extensive business, in strong. The people are ignorant on the subject Whig majority, Dissolution. I attachment ; 'nnd wil! aiP"u. ni i -fad :"trfto.

tion ': which of our fellow\ citizens were j banking: and I begin to think they dont L Ten counties remain iii: Co-partnership herctorore existing1 under rp I 1 according to Ilw. : & TONE
of many preparing
Banks i h i
many our Territory, we II the style aad firm of Lloyd & Irwin. is this 'U: 15. : Atl'v ff.r PI'S.nALE
yet consider it proper to treat the evil with a : to engage. The premature: dt1 of understend their own interests. which will probably I ly mutual consent oC both partners
Director. That is the word, my dear sir- majority. rnsctllctl businf of raid firm be ad: ROPJG.
*iew to its correction if possible, and not iti Dr. Perrine will be deeply deplored bSi;:; "il
either of the FubrcribcriJOHNM.. Coils! Be e daily cxeztnd, t
i You The by ROe iro:1
ignorant. are getting right. people In 1836 tho j 2 00
manner to invade the just rights of any. : friends and fellow citizens. of their and Whig IRWIN NrY..rk, p--r schooner :1 Antarctic
6. That equality being the base and foun. i i are ignorant true interests unless was 5000.and the electoral JOHN U. LLf YD. will be sold low, at j ritae sale. ti> cJvre .the con.agttnienI. .
cation Erom the 1Y.. Comincrdal Advel'li l they give over the nation into the hands > EDWIN V." DO. SEY.
nf our free institutions! we consider er. Mr. Van Bnren by about ee. Any. 19th, 1840. 4
the TilE CALIFORNIA AFFAIR. of the better class, such as lawyers and bank aug 15 3 No- 3. Beta r6W.I .
privilege, enjoyed by thoe having land directors* as will\ probably be the Engineering and Surveying. ,
ruined forever the ,ul.ger
and negroes mortgaged "to the Banks, of ex. We have been furnished by Capt. Clifford we are Illinois. It is I HE Slb.criber llu- owners I I County Court o3Trff LT! I in relation. the rabble wil rule the roast. rep8ctrulllcquair.t.. i I I John L. Tjyl I ietemabh.yR.
emption from sale under execution, as a most | with the following statement to of Mills ctizl'ns Assuraps *
Debtor. The huge paws" of the farmer cratic majority:' in this I tl S-pteTi. erlfrm.1840.
dius feature in our laws, which should no arrcs's of American and English seamen in at large, that he purpows to appropriate I 1
:. i V
longer be tolerated,but immediately abolished. California. It may be as well to state that t mechanic and laborer are only fit for work, 5000. The Senate : sole! alieninn) to the a'' nve business. He j is :I f1 W. Bdrrorto-i. .Atta. hn.e ? fjr $131 34

and they know nothing of public affairs. t to 14 Whigs. The ( to utulfrtake the completion of .all kinds ot t i D3nge.$40000lIE
Clifford much doubts the truth -fl
The Bank of Captain very I II I; Defendant an til: will
Pcnsacola being reported un- Director. You shall I tamed consists of 44 iODl, embankments! ,roads and bridgesand; : otter irterelted.
able to the interest on he Territorial I of the account published in the Mexican pa. are right ; your note compensation to''lpply plan'and I l t.t t kp notice of tho intuton of V' e abor suit by
pay members
] .
be renewed ; you hall be sustained ; go i I Whigs. Eight ; attachment. ; and will! e" in-* >ad
bonds and .translated tn the Journal of Com. of the leva's and contour* of works apper ap % p there.
: given to her, and the imposing a tax pent of it
which is estimated 1 according to law. POPE
safe make .
of this morning. home you are ; yourself easy. to these sciences ;, and utitt. of ex ; ,
3 upon the people to the amount of of 830,000per () merce On the 7th of April the English and American j [Debtor goes out. be Democrats, giving them attending their completion i if required tle i 1 aug 15 3 At'ysfrPI'ff.STORjGC -

annum until the payment af 8500,000) the of California Director, (Aside.) This is another convert the House, and 12 in the 'ditching not ertn exempted. Long experi i.\ -
residents on coast ,
:t becomes due, being likely to be presented to to the I thought .that t the Whigs had a with invariable success and approbation will AT POUT
monej' power.
: the next Council near Santa Barbara, were without any previ bt insure cunfidenve to both parlies. Office 1.ECl.
9. Resohed I vious notice, seized upon and thrown into fellow was made of sterner stuff. His old::1 House. Well done, in the old Court House. DANIEL LAiD from will com

That the application for that t could tell for what father would rather have died than given up Missouri, from all 22 4 JOHN M. IRWIN. tlii* Storage and Commission Busi- t
purpose be met in a becoming manner, nnd( prison, no one causes. ne! ft the place' the sn.rig month and
: ; in this But he will now be made a tool ab.f
examination of which way. ; usual majority for the
:I treated with the consideration. due to the After undergoing an St. .Joseph (Fla.) Kaccs. I policils a .ha pul.lic raTcnage.
recommend himself
made known the Cover- he will now try to us Port Leon, 1840
nothing public was CALHOUN COURSE. I Augi- 2
rights and
interests of the people. 1 by his violence and abuse of his old friend I I LINES I .
called the
3 Resolved nor chartered a Guipuzco. HE Annual for 1841 wi.l Taken
That in selecting candidates, were I I ADDRESSED 1O Meeting cmOenc
; He will talk and night and will 1 1p
politics day ,
f above which finally left Santa Barbara, on the 7th I on tho Calhoun Course, on T". a,. the 9th I Tallahssce.; on the a HORSE
guided by a reference to the sen. Dj FREDERICK BKOMN, on IN inst.
tonents May, for San Bias, with forty-six prisoners Ht last ruin bimoefT! by it ; but we will get of February next, and continue fro ilayc free Bridle and Saddle. The horse i! Cray ; his
; by an earnest wish to intrust the and that is all I about. Be- "If .lilllo love .
board half of which number were English, his services, care annie, Mare or GcIJinp : U. Stale* two hind feet while up: to his feto. The owner
on ,
the remaining halt citizens of the U. States tween Fair child, whoio sweet and ) pny cbarc.
ttpaUe who will abuses mile heats-Pure $400. take him at this
men, investigate all .that be Day-' away. Appl)
can bought.
miserable sufferers loaded withirons ) buy up Have given a beautr lomj
and endeavor to-correct them, who are cnetoies These Day-3 mile heats-Pnri-e $6. augl 1 J. ROtNS:
to monopoly and exclusion, and who ', worn down by the cruelty they had re Later from Europe. Ne'e may'at thou feel those Day.-4 mile heals-Purse $10. Pork
and Bacon.
*fll not be deterred from performing their ceived, and expecting, many ftf them, to sink ARRIVAL OF THE GREAT WESTERN.The Or e'er be forced to mournA Day-Proprietor'miles Purse best p300.in ) Flour !FLOUR
duty by either denunciations or scurrility.! under the weight of I their accumulated misc. steam ship Great Western, arrived'at "Love Officers of heal@ guarantee 5): that the 2 bUs PRI.ME PORK .

Retolvcd, That confiding in the integrity. :, ries, were crowded like condemned felons into New York about 9 o'clock, on Sunday morning I. May wisdom guida thy ynung a advertised, shall be |p it up before the I casks SIDES

and the hold of the vessel, where, to add to their the 16th inst. bringing accounts from Ad virluo be thy prop are started. By order of :3 do HAMS:

ability of our fellow citizens, ': suffering<, they were inhumanly.depri\'ed both Liverpool and London to the 24th ult. inclu Lilt bill alone! to nltun: :'. JOHN 1). GRAY, Picsident. Now landing from scar. Victoria from New Or-
JAMES S. BELL, ,V. GACTIE jr. Secretary. I Icanl. and for sa'eby! EDWIN W. DORSEY .
ELIAS E. BLACKBURN : of light and air. sive. To form the blissful bride, ? 4Bcckwitu's 11ItF July 25 No. 3 Beriy' How.
J The Guipuzco was eleven days on her The Great Western arrived out at Bristolon i With "Love 2l -
Jr. PiU 1OO febls
and JAMES FERGUSON A. BERTJIELOT, ;' passage: to San Blas, during which time the the morning of the 15th ult. after a passage I. In future days, howe'er nut SUPPLY of this celebrated( ivmedy! for Dyspepsia JUST received J.er lerng. from

*e : prisoners endured every cruelty and suffered of only thirteen and a half days. L..t' D1cm'ry fonJly linger, warranted frail h aid gcnnlne.: Ju 4 and for sale by-

Citizens respectfully nominate them to our fellow; every abuse which the brutal feelings of their The new steamer President; which was to Think, that in early youth, and fur sale by July 8 ?t_ 52___DETO & nSHER.
Senate of -
candidates for the
as next 6th, 1840 RANDOLPH LEWIS.
could invent. Arrived at San the first of this month)
1'lorida persecutors leave Liverpool on day THOU .erllbe object of & Twenty Dollars Reward.
and recommend them the
port ;all to sup.f Bias; they were, with as little delay as possi1 made an experimental trip to Cork and Dub. And ''Lovens PROCLAMATION TRA or STOLEN brain th. Su scriker.

true lovers of their country. 1! We, landed and immediately forced to corn lin, and it is said proved herself to be a first BY ROBERT RAYMOND REID, on the night af the 3d .jntnt a LARGESORREL
meeting was addressed by Messrs W 't WAQON HORSE tail
i ruencc their march to Tepic, a distance of rate sea boat. GOVEINO Or JLrnA. r.thr
Moscly. .lltzeH. Berthelot, and Fergu.I.D. 7HEREAS, ilis made ki.own to me, that incline to b whitf; two nan marks on hi!
: sixty miles, whicn they performed in two |, There is but little news of importance I to On Ihe Mh of hip
IOn, gear'; no recollect! :
Retting forth the necessity of action for of Anion Ferrell, y BRYANT MEREDITH Jackson Co rark ; .
tl '! over a mountainous road, with the i the American reader, among the copious extracts !
days, said purchased recently
r* correction of the evils and abuses men.l a Negro man by th* ; was confined in the jail Count, er ;ent.man r:00 lJcon.
|KM in the resolutions. After of 1 thermometer standing at 90, having no place we have made. No later intelligence 18 yean old, five I of murder, h.l made his escape from saiJ Georgia., The above b given
a vote tc at TaIIhss-4'e, additiozalreward
thinks i! whereon to rest their weary bodies, but the had been received from China. dark and is now at large me an
to its officers the Convention ndjoorned I. very for the Horse ar'd Thif. _
KNOW YK, That -
i hard atones, and no food to supply exhausted The Cotton market was rather depressed, the Tore-head. 2 HENRYNICKOLS.
-the utmost harmony and good fee 1. had when he Governor Florida, bJ virtue of the author augS
morsel provided by the and decline bad taken at the
"8 prevailing throughout.JOHN nature, save a scanty an id with a' Velvet collar atripod vested in me by law, hereby off!t a RE
I hand of charity. latest dates. hat. Il is supposed (ho OF TWO HUN DOLLARS. for Cotton Press Screws A Horse Pqw.

AacaLLD A. CUTHBERT, During the march, which was laboriousenough The weather in England had been quite negro by Nine I1)cklowacoundl"l' apprehension of the said fugitive and his safe er CDltnzs. .

w. R. S.IT&, Jr., S'I. Ch.'n j i to exhaust the stoutest frame, the unsettled, and some fears. were entertainedfor his way to St. Marks. ti any jailor w other officer of tie. Terri. THE subscriber Screw* and the ;\.ir in
'f.A.YLOR to receive non r.wt Castings
S prisoners were urged onward by lathes infficfed the coming crop, which is calculaud may said Dave to my houan, or ; lie Florida said Bryant auturlld about thirty yean the neighborhood Tl.hlne. .resumed U ..

Taa 0\)". Later from England. : upon their naked bodies, and one, who have an effect on the price of flour here.! f bo handsomely. rewarded. fire feet eight Merllh or .inches high, dark Iron Foundry in '; and ia prepared .

yJe: President steam ship arrived at New sank, under fatigue was barbarously beaten Indeed it In staled that orders to purchase to Decatur# Co.. Ga. Aug. 24. \ ag. hair and rather hard of hearing. ;tormcrh., uf vessels to furnish in the the cotton of screws nal oJiYr pai c p.board hundred

Monday, 17th, and the mail ttemer with the butt eud of',a mushet, to renovate considerable extent were brought out, I by; -. GoygsWilkinIOC cunty.gGinn and port dollars eachAfoCaaUaga Do
.1".A and his the Western. American Flour at Liverpool coder my hand and the sea:l twe"t.fe
Beached Boston same day-the latter hie strength, arouse drooping spirit for hor.c powers, kinds ofma4ir.y; KM tor

..I& e trip in 4 days less than the President. .Armed at Tepic, the situation of th&prIc: is 38s. 6d. to 90s. free, and 23-u & ."to 2S is.. SIX WEEKS..:Jude after of the date, I .: of tb Territof y .of 184 FlondatlSihdyOfJUIY
Wi151 souers meliorated. by the in bond. The arrival waa large. Baltimore l"ptanc .
II called -Revolution in Spain. was soon County Cor'i., Uetw'.or I RAYMOND REID
: attimoeIuly 1810. JAM
ohtijo and humane exertions of the British and American Stocks had considerably inpro,. $ MO
nothing but a tumult in Barcelona,, Eul 'AT James Barrofiton, mos_ I ICTf For Jbo ntihtyaadgegdpok
,. .Ct in the cabinet, anij the repeal of i ilair. an American consul at that place, for it was ed. United Stale* Bank.hcrotold far u, deceased. -PERRY. .r .e& ,;Scr.tir7 o?FJorWa.l chhiesjrefar Co ._U..
found on investigation, that the officers who 6 on the 24th ult. AII,1 18. fb-.. .. 5t ., I -



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-J_- -_- -_ _Eia1 1. .. __ ALEGAL. '---V l_ -J--l- --_ : b .- nlNEBA W.SO WANETTI.-
NOTICES. NOTICES. OBD1NARCE, Book BiadUtg.HE bua.D !. I Htal been'opened' for the t-r.ottld. nft, BYL
A will continue THIS ,
-. PROFESSIONA T OrdaetDltle W. Corner efflwibi
POPE opot l. ready for, reception of !r U this piper will Uw PUbl
NOTICE. DB. to. kepnr and having a comp 00e4 .
.Gm Square and accommodation of a raa
WEEKS after f ale I shill apply' to the hia .nic to the people phibit'and' on the day or Manro,the best.of Lmeo Paper, be is now baY been made for the kid relative to (M happy and tonefe;ial..i naatadminisi
.rtmet euppliwi
profeon and
SIX OFFERS Sbop of ample ration of
able! number ??
of L MOFFAT'SI .of 1k0
Judje of the County Court County. ,Ofioe in Mo\oUo, April 28. 180. enabled: to manufacture Blank Booka of ner1. in of thecomfbt.S yjitr of the luxuries of!the PHEMX BITERS.wr p'U8AJU
County, fbr Idlers Adnvnistralion upon Ibe fce. over the store of,William( Denbam tf C Section 1.' B* H the l endant and ::ription suitable for Banks Public Office, : many place during )
oralHd. wlio who
b Thee Those have
tale of Michael McNatron.laleofeaM un\T, 4ep.akd. t Thai from and country. p.lront.tb. perused thelettc.
: ; .iao
30,1$40. l ol the in single or
Montie11M I Counal City other, complete pleasant ,
Dr. R..H. BLOUNT. 1 I'e of o Talahus.all *W OBW. hanad Rooks and all other I the summer, will find thjr Iluahon.more red 1o. will observe that in almost .Of ; .
the Docket ,
--JAflIES.T. after passage ordoauce. Deed, Record, and } are thus fact '
V I thin an usual. Springs attest that no IAtI
all) other inconvenient
St.MarkiAgtistI.1840._ _, 111E- hotels placesor County.Coortscanoeebtain.sd ,
Blank Books by l and'terrai-M on.
r ATTORNEY returtn. are aid i good order-the water delightful tends the taking of iW J 11ft
which fV-ritous: or o and m, style IUfodiei?. i.
NOTICE. .hops in al shorl notice any I
rule bund in to the call of the 91ltol. but that the
mwnlh aP.er date application will be made TaUaJutssee?I FftrT ,A or shall b sold' 1\al be 'de VIOU'bl inrbided to required, and. equal or any Tho"anduc waters of the Suwannee Springs are ju-iiy!1 operation, it universally patient Jefin.ith..t r.-li.:2

SIX the Honorable the Judge ofGadsdsn CounIT Office on Munroe Street. in Wyatl'a. new building within prohill1i.specified in the other manufaclure. Particular I .tt en li.n will' be I celebrated for their medicinal properties many invalids bettterstateofliealth| than strong? '**

for leltera or dismission aa administrator bo ___ May 26. which this 'leftl.ra' as rlae.t I paid to re-binding old Books, Newspapers, Magatine have found great relief and other restored to being afflicted with disease WM exDeri%%* InU

of, the estate of Elijah W. Sweat dec'd. vending ofspiritous; or vinrus liquors. ; Pamphlets, Music Books, tc. in plain or and their use. For a pleasantac ,.and .
nil non J. CANTS-- That the lame to health vigor by ute suffering, great relief te obtained ioV
2.: Be ;it further ord.inrd. match Paper
Sec to
or equals
ofsaid pallerns. months tlui place .,
late county rnlmtnt.llndag. during the summer hours. and a cure
ofthis ordinance is
July 18. 1840 51 JOHN H. RHODES. Attorney and Counsellor a LI penalties! shall be imposed for vio'ations the ordinance : ru Dll LUer.4c. assortment of Bl.,.k any resort other litu.tio in Florida, or the ..dJODIDIcounty. I ihree days. generally effccud i.! twIn or
ractice in the Courts of .ire imposed for vloIlllOnlOr He Ilu good
f I ICharges cases of Fun ef
I NOTICE. WILL which this is an amen linent. ruled or plain,ol every descripikm
and in the Court of Office to Letter and Writing Paper I aj,
.Appeals. will beJune .11
Blnk bilious affection it i.
months after dale I hall apply to the Hon in Couucil this 13th day fJily.' 1840. ; Ruled wfevrry dfS" hOI moera I unnTeirv for m.,
SIX at Tallaaassee Fla. april 16, 1840 PUed i quality. paper E.G PONDER *
tf ht I believe *
; of Leon County Court, for letter die. L A. TOMI sor1. orders thankfully received and promptly attended RJ CHARD"JU&E8. u as the Lire MZOICTNU ar.II '
missory as administratrix on the Estate of J. T. JOHN P. T oot- mien dent to. P. HAYWARD.. 6.18. niversally milled to be the moni 'peedno. ,

Johnson, late of said County deceased.CATHARINE ATTORNEY DUVAL 3*.. BARRY, Clerk. July 18 51 Tallahab, Ju1y13.-tf NOTICE. rffeclual cure eamantin all diseases of ihatSL.d j

JOHNSON Subscribers offer for sale the rolowlo | ar The Lira MEDICINES are alto a mortei JiL I
I her Keax. WILL practice in the courts of Middle' and FLORIDA MILITIA, Cotton Weighing. ruE low for relief affections ot the Liver and ufs i
1 By Agent P. Florida, and Court of Appeils. Res- HEAD QUARTERS subscriber, spp-inted Weigher ofCotton. CASH- Bowel .
31 44 OFFICE THE Br.ndyln and qr. cask ben proved in hundreds of caaea ? j
_may__ _ dence near Gen. Brown's ADJUTANT GENERALS of act at the last sos- Cognac h.1 pipe whrrep
_ _ _ _ 1840. an passed Holland Gin in .. have come rorward, and quested tWiT *
5th that
Tallahatt-ec Florida July I
NOTCE. jan 25 26 ion of the Legislative Council, respectfully in.forms
i in do I rienceinlakinf them might be i
: 10. Cotton Whiskey Published riff :
GENERAL lo weigh
SIX months after dale, we shall apply to the S. W. Carmack & JTIcdicus A. Long, The Officers OIDE&-NO.Regiments .in the Malitil the public that he is pre ra Railroad Dep't.is .- Lard in kegs benefit of others. In their operation in much
4 of Leon Court commanding either in this city or at the the .
the Judge County ATTORNEYS AT LAW Flour.Molasses hey restore tone ef the Stomach
,; of this Territory. will Irnnsmil to this ofce.a H scslcs the s me place ns ,
forleitrnt dismission as administrators of the e. I j are a : Corn Ihe digestive organs, and invigorale'iiTe'
T.LLAHASSRE. FLA. lipt of the names of'lhe Commissioned in | those| used the United States generally! and cetera
: tatr of JOHN A. WILLBT deceived late of said by and Cod Fish in bbls functions of the whole body, and
practice in partnership in the Superi command with the dales of in the city of thus -DOlt
county. TADDY WLLI.Y WILL their respective *, logether |likewise, by the weighers cotmn both for te
t in sexes( they are
t WAI. G. PONDER, of the Middle and Apalachicula of ihcir appointment New York, and have been examied the In- .XI Plcklts. quart jars invaluable perfcolly adapted I Ian to eacb)

april 4, 18 0:16 Administrators. District*, and in the Court of Appeals. Their By order of His F.zcellency. Cov. R. R. RSID i spettor of scales and weights of i-tid city I ,and proved 300 bbl. Lime.MtNAUGHT. health.In means. of preventing d. aad

offire i ii, fur tho present, in the new court house. CommanderinchiefJNO.: GRAHAM. coi reel. Price weighing, 10 cents per bale.D. &ORMOND. csloring
Administrators' Notice. Dec 21 20 and In"p. Oenl. F. M. M. SHEFFIELD Weigher of Cotton. Port Leon. Mach 20th affections of 'the head whether ccompuit4
with and
E pain giddiness,
: ALL persons indebted to the estate of Hccu Dr. Benjamin R. Taylor PAn"'NER Tallahassee. ('et. 12. P. ffLlE For Sale or to Rent nus calamnity impaired or marked by the gm.

; decessed, of I.eon are herehy FFERS his orofesMunal the citizens IIP.WM. section 8, (Lafayette mantalenergy*
county to the
rvirel entered year i ;
l present
o H. FRANCIS I r higiie premium will be |paid lor lotr o FOR tations of this heart, flatulence,loss of apper.lTi
notified to make immediate payment; and all those of Tallahassee and its vicinity. Office 1st January 1840, un. Bank ; Georgia or !l" ) situated: 4 milvs North of Tala.I strength and the
: having demand* will present them to the subscriber at his (a!her's reidclce.on the north .ide of Washington Cw-parlnrrship oU.sf.ndof Slle Augost hi a s.ee, on the Georgia Road, on whim h I multiplied symptoms of disor
dcr the style of FRANCIS HART, a the I da Life and Trust Company, Noitli and South : dcred digestion,THK Lire MEDICINES
*, duly attested for stt1ement.V Square. bout 80 acres of cultivated Land, well fenced in. : sill| be founl
II. FRANCIS.Feb. Carolina Banks drafts Northern Cities in
II. FRANCIS. or on to the most
ESTHER ROSE, A.lm'x.J.T. T.lahlsce! 3Hh! No 18:9O :: Apply to F.GERARD1N I efficacy.
is made
1 27 application to Constitution relax -d, weak,
DEV AUN. Adm'r. Port Leon. decayed.in
t m.
March 21, 1840. 34 Charles S. Sibley BERRY: & DOWLING.or 3 or women, are under the immediate influence/!
FFEHS nisprolessionaiservices' as AitQrneyand 'I\V.\1 n'Klr't Mills, roout me first of April 1, Ode 4 L. A. THOMPSON. DISSOLUTION. THE Lirs MEDICINES, Old Cough, A'lhmall
I. ChLORIDE OF LIME, and SOLU. Counsellor al t Law, in the collection of JB. 1 large Sorrel Jhllpl! wilh a blaze in the (face. Orange and Lime Nursery, Co-Patnerrhip> heretofore er'nting be consumptive habits, are soon relieved and speedil IID4

OF SODA for d.- tlcbts. fa. in Middle Florid.i. He will attend all 1 of a Lay wjlh a far on his left check FOR SALE FOR CASH ONLY. THE the Subucribers in trio Tallahassee I I cured. Poverty of bl'od. end emaciated \limbs\ ,

Irojiof C MitK,i.it, LK-vuiupuBillg rt'ltlliunt tlfluvia. ihet'uurtsin the Middle District. l.nc ald'wo's aboUl [jeiirs od.! A liberal reward E Ixclian e is this day dissolved hjr mutual con. : will ere long mccl the happiest change

!e and neutralizing strong c r offensive odort; Office in Munroe Streetin the building formerly I will 'b given fur delivery of one or both of A NURSERY containing abeut 2000 Orange s en(. fhe business will bo clased by J. G. Wil- : chill watery fluid will become rich and;l 1..It.mie and tia *

for-nle by 52 RANDOLPH & LEWIS. occupied by Wm. \\'ion. as u Book :ll.re.Tullhste i thEa. at Walker'*; Mill,or at Capt John Myrrk., and Lime after Trees of an age to bear in one or 1 hams.who is duly authorized to settle the same. and the limbs be covered with flesh, firm ..J
two The
NOTICE. ''a 11h lti3S. 40-tf' I near Tallah:.wee. E. I WALKER. ye.1 lrn"plnnling. Trees WAre I J. G. 'MS. healthy.Nervnuadisordcts.

t i: THE Subscriber requests all tboso indebted to DAVID}) \\ALKKU: Costciihofcr & Davies, raised aO1IMISSIONMERC1IAN nd thriving from condition. < 'id,, are in a bo healthy April 1st, 1840. WM. WILL of every kind, and from .h u

.on note or open account to call! and set' C T UlectlonliI given ver cause ari-in I A T TORXE YAT LA which adhered to, ; inlure safely in removal Coparl ncrslilp. I Tal
tie immediately ItS further indulgence cannot be II 4O. LIEW : w1 j Lire MEDICINES: and all that train of
t OllAF.N and tran-piantinz. tu EDWIN W. have thin day formed sinking 1BI.
Apply lubtrrhers a
I given. All accounts unsullied by the firsl of Sop WILL practice in tho Courtsof Uifirict REFERENCES Bond. Esq. THE: Cp: i dles. and lremnun, which so dleadfull iffetl
DORSET, Auctioneer, T'llahahkee at Port Leon nnd the : tb,
or Mc- r name
lenihor will bc#put in mil. of Florida. His office is the first room t. the rijht Meter Hutton &. Fisher WI. I Ik weak the sedentary, and the de.ic.ltftilli.*
N AuGhT, Foil Leon. mar 14 of Miller & Rowe! ", to carry on the STORAGE | j. (
: July 25. 1840. 52 LEVI CARLTON. over J B. Buir6HtoreinTtllaIiasseewherchemayalways Kerr & Kirkcy, 3 C&mMMISlUN ". Ihorl lime,be succeeded by cheerfulul'.*,and eervprtsage
be found. Tallahassee. tu"'le of health
Notice.STOLr.N IKIVK: a large and commodious, warehouse,
from theSulit-cnUeron Saturday nighr Dr. A. M. RANDOLPH. Mesfrs. Mnlynrur, Withcrby $ Co. LiverpooJfareh ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, or tin.-storage of mer'hanllizr and cotton ; and For weaklier, deficiency of natural strength

:S SORUEL HORSE, 17 Lands high, awhile HAVING located lumpen, ) in Tallahassee nr. : 23. I40. 33 1, and Paper langing.GLAZINGh; lope, by k'ricl attention aid prom; Iness in the I I and relaxation: of the vevelsi, by too frcquenl ia'

I ( hind foot, with a large *art jii his thcath, lrofeionnlertices to tIme pnblie. For Sale or Rent, 1 II E LindLTnitrncfl Ifst re"pcctruly informs the cxetuli'm of orders, lo give uti.fJc1c/ all who i dulircnte of the ppssmns ihis medicine is a safe,

.. I t '. supposed to have been taken by fume negro. Any He is lo be found ni the office of Dr. J. H. Randolph hommodious stand a HOTEL rBH citizens of vicinity, thai ht'i lay enliuat business to en re.GF.O. I I c certain and invaluable remedy.

information will be thankfully received and liliej. on Monroe Sticet.Jlav at ST. MARKS, recently a occupied by tf prepared to execute, in the neatest manner any I MILLER I 7 h.,s.e who hue long resided i in hot eh'rnalcs)

ally rewarded. JOHN B. GORMAN. 2C/ 4 I!! the subscriber. Fos-es>iGn given liiiJJ& oflhe above branched at short notice, and at priccn I Refer to- JOHN J HOW LES.Menr I and are lancnid and relaxed in their! whole! system

:; -J'iIy8 5-2____ ___ ____ ___ ____ Law Notice. J medialcly. Apply to the undersigned which will induce those wanting work done In give fiction & Fi.he Tallahassee ; I may take and THE LIFE AIEDICINES! with tie hspptrsieffrclx

: :) House to Kent, THE CO.pl rtl'rhip Iillurtl: existing between or to Win. M'Naught.Fcb. him a call. Country orders promptly attended to. Berry &. Dovvliug: .' I ; West persona removing! Iu the Soutlu-ra

,. \. 1- \ l\ DUVAL \tl. II. BROCK- n. F. GERADIN. N. B. Paints of all coiors reud prepaied and Po.l. Leon, Feb. I I. lir'40 31 I State or Indies cannot store a more impon.aut .
I article of health: and life.The .
the (
For buhnee of the -A -
year. mixed
KNBROUGIi, has been this day dissolved by mutual for use. T. B. CLARKE.
I : a; : convenient i-tory Dwelling! House, eminent.WM. : STAGE LINE FrhlS tf Valuable lands for Sale. ; following cases are among the moat recent

j' ,i : with a good garden, tiljalcd on L'fay-' II.BROCKI NBROUGH will continue to From Columbus, Ga., to Apalachicola Fla. 2 rH hUE suo-cnber h>vii.:a greater quantity of cures effected, and gratefully$ acknowledtfed by tn.
>otto ftrcct. For further particularsInquire :de HULL'S _H_ land than is desirable for his own cultivation Id eluolis bi-nefitted:
res al Apiliil' hicoppalrl practice in the r\ plla.: Four Horse Post Coaches.
." JOSEPH C. CRANE, or at this office.m I 'istrict. ohd tIme of Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam, xrfers for sale three valuable pzntatonsone..i.: I Case of Jacob C. Hunt, New Windsor. Orange
ch.c.l. County Leon :and the
y 55 43 If Courl of ; The reputation of whirl..has become e>t.bhshcd ait i lated on Black Creek. aliont milt''IIt I County, N. Y.-A dreadful tumor destroyed
and in
AppeaN regularly, J and n ar.
fl Notice. G;! dcl ifbj>ecially emploicd.Talliharseo. t.lTrsCI the m"ltlre and cfllcacious remedy fever >om Tallahansee, contaWiiiij thirteen hundred l lV Iythc whole of his face, noso and jaw. Expertenced .

'UIE books and accounts of DANIEL DAXIEL.atH Nov.2UIp. 15CJ9. discovered for acre, 600 of which are in :high stale of cultivation quick relief from the use of the| Lie: .Med'u
:i __ I Influenza Coughs C->ld". the residue rich ]hammock land cines and in
: M'RAC.NV & Uiwes arc in the l.andnof Alhma1flopiny mostly with less than threi months wanured.
,, LEGAL NOTICE. Via Florence, Fort Gaines, Blakely Parlor'sand Coujjh. Spitting of Blood, and all affections ofthe the farm and Case .mirvly
A. E. Harris, for collection. All accounts will bet 31 necf-rsary houses outbuildings! c ( reporter,with wood engraving,j ia
) in suit if not settled immediately.; Thomas Haltzuli. and Walker% Anderson Alter Bror'6 Ferries, Ga., and Irtrinton, Lungs. t crops raided upon this plantation not been a new pitlllphelufw! in press.)

FRANK IIA WfS.: n t.t.s at Law. will practice in coparlnen-liip in thr IN presenting this useful remedy to the public !urpa f>ed by any in the country. Another about Case of Tlios. Purcell sen'r. 84 years of are-.

Superior Courts of the C.unticl of Jefferson,, Leon Ala.NLY 30 HOURS Stage travel from .m. proprietor in auihori-ed by I Physical from the same distance nnitheasl from Tallahassee, was afflicted IS years with swelling in his l Ir

John C. Jacobi, Gadlden. Fruiklm: Calhoun. nnd Jackson, ann OLY Go.l.New Orleans, in upleiidid Coaehes, whom the recipe was < llio oLained.; to :containing about 700 are! of rich oak and hickory wax entirely cured by taking 42 pills io 3 weeks.p-

Measurer and Inspector of Lumber for the i the court Appeals at Tullaharnec.Address n a level and hrauiiful; road along the banks of stile that I.e has inied it him>eif,and in hi. cxtcn- lane ; with 60 or 70 acres in cultivation ; and Case of Joan Daullon.At' rdeen.Ohi)rbeumtisiin

County of Leon, of Thome B.ilizcll; Apnlschienla.Addi he Chattnh-lee River. five practice' in Pulmonary affection, with anlon- another in Hamilton county ahuut len milo from five year*-is entirely cured-has used Ihs-

if t] )his services: to those who may please ess of Walker Anderson, Tallahasbjee.June DAYS OF DEPARTURE( u lulling etl et. The happy| roinhmati of "..gctable I!I.e Suwannee Springs, containing about 2000 I Life Medicines for Worms in children? and found
: OFFERS 15. 1P30; .-if subftunccii, 81 wintli it i is entirely composed small in farm
upon him. Charges moderate. From Columbus, on Tuesdays and Fridays, acres, a part cultivation with houses them a sovereign remedy.
: TaI.bl c. MarcH 14. 18iU. 3 CABINET 3IAKI\G. 6 o'clock, A.M. a are peculiarly adapted to diseases of tIle Lungs &r. I his land i in of superior quality: for the culture Case of Lewis Austin-prriodir.aI sicb'headaclio

.t". From Cliattuhoochec, on the Liver and :Sloinath.: t of sea inland cotton.Abo always relieved by a small doe
q Last Notice. TM1HK; *lh.inkfal: snrr.e dnysand same -now entirely
1 per"ons mdcbtco to the EMite of T. M"- -_._-.j-.r------t---:_ JL fir psist"ubsl'nbr favourRrspcc- t time after the arrival of the U S. Mail Boat from This medicine has been used very extensively! a tract of 400 acres, at the natural bridge I free from it.

it ',deceased, are rqlrerto come forward ; V- til'ul'y iiiforins the citizens ol V Ainljehicoa; ) vin lola.and ir.eetingat Fort Gaincv.Pertirm4 and the proprietor has not known a single instance 01 the St. :1ak", about 11 I miles south; cat ofTal- Case ofdon Ames-cured of a most inreteriti

t ALL without further tle.lay al to ,.'hol i'iillali..ee and vicinu'y that desirous of going frol Columhu, Ga. i in which it 'has failed in giving relief in diseases: l lihl..CCi h'lfof this tract is a rich alluvial: soi and obstinate dyspepsia, and general debility.

;, rt is i el.ted11' hind in claims for lie CWIIIUrt to curry on lheClllt lo New Orleans w:1 find this by far the cheapest fur which i is recommended ; even in cats apu pon it there I'i also I fine mill scat, with greater Cue of Adah Adams, Windsor,Ohio_rheoma-

4 adjustment, 01 they will% be turned. llakinz bl"i"CFI: il and mo>t xprditinn., as wel as the safest and (p roaclun eoi.Miniption attended with Ieedinl! water power than any in Middle Florida.Tncsc tim gravel, Ever: affection, and general nervous
) most comfortahle for the Lung's and where all other r.medil'l hadfailedthe land will be at moderate price, amireaFonuble I debmtj,had been confined .
-l A M ALEX \NDER.admr. .I pta"ol.ty at lhi. Ilal,1 wav, as intersects the great s.It seven yearn- was raised
ELIZABETH lcC4ftiY, adtix.tt : rTZTL .f BIrs..1 n nd Rlh"lds r.1'ipposite Brunswick and Florida/ Line at ChatUhoochce, l I mobt decided and Mattering. success has credits, and if desirable. th : purchasercan from lur b,.d by t4kingomlebox f pills and a bottle
I' (. ; Makl..1piI61 1840 3'"_ Col. "'YIU'S Store. where be makug a travel of but 30 hours hy stages though. a ended the iu ule. of Common c lds, Inch are Ilnf have Union lank Stock upun a put of himiurchiase. ofbitteri--a most extraordinary cure-ahe il now

f t' } valuable: will be hippy to reeeive ordcrxfrom Ins Ineri'Jxandtho ronlr. Tinif from (Toliimhna In Mobile. rally df..c obstructed d pcr.'piration, .wil j W BltADEN. very healthy and robust woman-alUsted by her
fVlHE: sutmciibcr wifhcs to 1161vl'rol%1 public; generally. Sidcbojr flimrenu'a and furni. 54 houts. jricld ill influence il a few hours : when Ultd in De 26 21Leather hnl>a.iiJ, Shubcl Adams.

-t 1 1I _fl TEAOTS OF LAND near ti rhirl''c'n .in fashionable For the 'IlhtoloulcnlllVhczilg, anti shorlmol Case Mr.Uadpcr! wife of
lure of every d"crlltionllsrle a and Proprietor Lime, and Hair. Joseph Badger
1 in
Planters desirous! lo retain their capital lab.r giyC ilmediate relief,
0 I, .; crede Mibhtanliiil% manner and on reasunaMe trlp. and WILLIAM CADY.) procuring tranquil I Subscribers have nstan'lj on band a nearly similar to stove-result the same.
j can be accommodated with m"t' sutikfnclory Chattahoochre, January !0, I8JQ. I CSI slid 6lee In whooping; ct-ugh. it is without Case of Susan
27 tfALL
ROBERT GAMBLE.Welttiirec. lie li-jpCK by strict alien''ion tl buninetui to merit rival. It acnmpele asortttDtotLIATHBR.oUabe! Goodaranf. a young ulIuarrMd
: a :
oftlie "pcr.te by gentle expectoration, and fur Gin Bands woman-subject to ill health
liberal share
r Fla. 28th Nov. and receive a patronage if tl1 be given infants with H.ruus, Tops, p's and sever.I jearv a
perfect safcty.
Jefferson. url.
i.1 may t S &c. n.atlcourpe of lJi Life
1 public. persons in4e' ted t the Subscriber prior to Forsaleby RANDOLPH AlsonconstanLs'ipj'ly LIME, and Medicines entirely Pestered
I !: NOTICE. JACOB BLESS. 1st Julv, on N.le. Book Aeeounl.or otherwise jr 25 26 &LEWIS. HAIRfor, Plastering : .will of which, they otI..r er-i_ now hale aid healthy.

1! : my ibbence, from Florda. Barton C. N. B. Al kind: furniture repaired on reason. pi re IK re!>y notified that the bills will be V l low f..rcashoriui exchange for hides at their Tan Case of Miss Thomas,daughter ofEi: Tliamas

p DURING MoRliccllo, is my nt-nt and utu.r- ahe: *. prexcnUd by Bllj. F. Tliornton, Jr., with whom ADELPJIIOTEL. Yard. BROWN &GALI3EA ITt). cough and symptoms ot COIJl&I1IDt'lionared ia

, 047. JOHN F. TUCER.Ja Tallahassee !epl. 7th IR3tfNO'I'ICE. the, are requested to settle. THE i It! Iurcha"ed from Gen., Tallahassee, .Aug. 'I'I ,l. ; |.tf four weeks. Her sister cured ofa severe attack of

1 it M i' < R 26_ ____ V July 4 49 JOS. \ILLA'J BROWN, that wel establishment Notice to Cotton Planters. V nflainmatory rlicumalism in OSE: WKEX.

p [ E NOTICE. E Citizpnl of TaiLhaf-re (O are requested toclciir called the City Hotel the city of 161a. JAMES BOATu RIGHT'S IMPROVED CO Case ofS. Colvin-cured of a severe afiek of
for fsle his VALUA 1' and their lots and back Lands for Sale. has have: opened the house under the o 1 TON scarlet fever in a few days by the Life Medicines.
off. yard" SAW
. subtribcr rs ; (II) keep GINS.
I THE: lake. PURSUANT lt previou notir., the Apala. I the Adelphi Hold. They are now making import Cane of Harriet Two <.d balina N.
PLANTATION on the Armenia $ clear of filth! and rubbish Th Corporation Carls TAKE this method of informing the Planters y.-.i.
tie East half of the N. W. quarter of .e(.- ,'il go round the City nn 'crnf. .IJs an'l l Saturdays Company Land tOW in offer Ir sale and I ant improvements and repair" and will have bythe I that I have eJthlu.hcd a Iho,, in Quine -. a very low state of hi-allh a year and a half did
bog entry Pie fall y.lor
f"I.i.g County
J townshfp two, range on( North & East L; and it if rerjuesUd and lubbixh In tie 2 ensuing an ext Ilite Brick Building creeledon I the purpose of furnishing them with the above not xpeci lo recover. Alits T. is now alls to
m 1 lEaH, section 7. 16. thin .
the West half of the N. W. quarter of section two, he collet ted and Jepnsilt-d on the .tr.et. early on 18, 19, 23, 25. 'outh-Rllt., 36-3ld fractions unsold I Ij commudulA properly, whereby vi they will be able to ire articles, made on the last improvement. The improvement and wak: about and is rapidly recovering both health

township two, range one, North and East. A'so I the morning of those days, and on no other days in j in .' ;ctioms 5. C, B, 9, 10. 14. 15. 17 and 24.luTown Halislaclory strangers The"iung this county in a in in the rib* which \'ea out first: strength.

t tho tit half of the N. E. quarter of lee.tion three, the week, The WI weather hiving' set in, the 3Sunthriingi* I Ea"l-sections 1 1. 2,4. attention r'ulnl'r. their Fublia. may depend j When the ribs wear out at the place where the Caso of Benjamin J. Tucker-severs eiss e
upon to Fever and
: township two range one. North! and East ; and propriety of Micli an arrangement is manifest to al! 5. 8. I 11, 12,13,14,15, 23, 24, and frictions of 3 every cumrrtll. teeth pass through a new set can he obtaii.cd i in Ague-cured in a very Lort spies o
Fuller plantation.T .- for the health of the ar.d I it 22 five minutes time. Directions followed; atricl. .
r' I, Inown I the or Bcmbry who have regard city t and 10. by simply sliding the breast a ,
,_c '< ia about 160 of land which, for that the citizens will DAVID F. WILSO fan quatprt Cane of Amos Davis-Affections of tbd Liver-
$ r e aces open is hop-'d generally comply f In Town 2 South, range 2 East-sections 30 and Tallahassee Aril3d inch and putting a wedge under each fide of
,t fertility of soil, etc.. may bo ranked among the with the above regulation. : rtnd fractions of 19, 29 fcnd :vj. 1840. 3 the Gins which will give a new act of ribs as good after trying doctor's remedies in vain for a long

.i beat lands in the Territory. These lands lay withjn By order of the City Council, :4.I In Town 3 South, range 2 East-sections 6, 7, For Sale, .the first, and so on, until they: are worn out iu 1 lime, was cured by the Life Medicines without

a !; a few yard of the great Armonia lake which A. E. IMKRI.*, and fractions of 5, 0, 18 and 29. ONE two Home bulky/ Wagon. f.ve o six places.I trouble.

1 f aslursge cannot I* surpassed in the world. here: apiil 18 38 City Marshal. In Town I South range 1 West--sections 29, ) one Hone do do-with I Iompivtc. ., & WiVI I keep constantly on baud Friction Ro r Extraordinary case of Lyman Pratt who was
! r and his brother GRAT- 31, 32;33, 34 and fractious of 19, 20, 21, 28, axu 'x 1 wsiranl to please i in years !
t ; plenty of cxcclent W tcr.TlM JAMESB.GMBLE associated 36. 3 1839 every respect or no sale. BIy price for Friction cure in 24 'hours by the ue of the Life Mediciaes
It If t purchaser can have from 2 to 3 years ind'il this day m Roller Gin is Thousands of afflicted in like m DDCr.
Tho whole! ofTown 2 South f4 saw and for
the Box
1 CARLTON per ; Gin
\ business at the old viand &. REID, under range West except ,
genco. There is now growing a fine ciop of corn ofGAILr t have, by a judicious nse of MOFJAT'S Lilt PIUS
It tedious and 36. per Gir.s
25,26,35 lW. PerSn. buy for
: t the and of JAMES B. GAMBLE Co. Merchant
Tailor.cyOULLV .
on the farm. suitable fir the pun (lIafer.r name style & next would do and PBEKIX Dimms been restored to the eojnj-
Al to Jl.50 acre in current bills: of crop and examine
the )
ask the liberal share of 1.2 per I inform these
rcHjicctlully the citiims
:' RI 'HARD 1. CROW ELL. They : same public patron of Gins. AH orders will be attended ment of all Ihe cotnfjrts of life. The Bitters 10ft

1 July 4, 1840. 49_ age bestowed on the late frm.JAMES Territory These Land. offer advantages for and Us vicinity, that he has to with prompt- pleasant to the taste and smell!,gently astnngt Ibs
returned from New
.. NOTICE.AN B. GAMBLF.J. cultivation and Timber. pasture range York with a fresh supply of ness.Old Gins at the shortest fibres of the stomach,and give that proper l wiiy
ELECTION G.tA TT A ILf:. superior Cloths, Cassimercs and Vestings, of the newest repaired notice, and inlha which
ELECTION for Colonel of the Seventh J an 4, 1840 22 Cash payments "i1I bo required for half sections style and the finest fabric, which he pledges lo best style. good digestion requires. As nothing eaabe
Militia the and smaller fractions of ,. All those I refer the planter to Mr. R. L. Edmonds butter adapted to help and nourish has cons'itulion -
. J( RgiwenL to fl vacancy To Planters. stelion purchasers p that call on him to have made in ,the of
.oc."iuned the resignation of C A. A. Fisher SCREWS received the Schooner over these may b mnde on the usual terms of the newest fashion. To plell! the gay and faslidioun up Quin.-y. for information as regards these Gins nr so there is nothing more generally! acknowledged

; will be hcVd by the officers of tho .cyer&beats inLeon IRON Hankcy, from Balrurelc by now read Company; thai ", l-4lhincashand 1.2 anl:years the Subscriber has employed R.R. Pilgrim who any planter from South Carolina. who .used to be. peculiarly efficacious in ill baird
County on Saturday, the yIur'delivrrg for payment of the oilier 3 4lhs. will give his undivided auction 'tho them. \v. C.COOPER. wa"tint.lo. of appetite,indigestion deprewiouofspiriu
tho of the
Reports of the Election to be lade to the undersigned June on f payment T. Ilf.R BETTON.Apply lo Lands in Gad"dtl and Leon, suitable exclusively DeoarimenL t tilling Mar 14 33 tf trembling or shaking oldie bands and limbs

.I at Tallahawtee. within ten days thereafter, 2 --- -- for cultivation, will al
according *.'. Jomu.TAYLOI, Seed Peas for Sale. to John Cnrnochan, E>q. al Apalachicola.orthe Academy. live fatbits.
July 4 t 49 Major Commanding. A LOT of Re and White! Cruwde Teas and :Subscriber; and settlers will be preferred the: I Notice. THE Trustees of Leon Academy announce to The Life Medicines possess wonderful efficacy
a Cora Peas, <>r sale. A pply to purchase of their settlements; provided they make LL persons indebted to GcoacK \V. GRANT, Public. that they have engagod Mr. in all nervous disciders, fits, headaches !eabJ

;.t STORAGE. JOSEPH F. C. HARLEY. their within a suitable lime. are requested to rai on W. R-HACKLEY, ES1., SHEFTALI. and Dr.MooxE to lake charge ol the Male! es, heaviness and lowness of spirits, -

: THE undersigned having leased one (f the At his Plantation in the Dutch settlement. Former Blil'g"nu'nl purchasers from the Company who are and settle their account*, by tIle loth of April.: Department of tho School just established by them sight, confused thoughts, wandering of the mID .

Houses and Wharf lately erected I by April 23. 1&40. 29 in arrears wild their payment', requested All accounts net paid by that time will be put infcuit I in this city. Vapors Dud melancholy and all kinds of hysteric
Messrs. J. & N. Harnlin, solicit a sharo of p.tron.a PAINTS OILS AC. to settle with the Sub.cr arC ber.respectfully Mr. e G V.GRANT.march21 The School will open on Monday next.in tho old complaints arc gradually removed by their UM
in tbeReceving n 34KIRKMAN Methodikt
House. In this In sickness oflhe -
25OO Ibs White l>ead, in oil, in ken of 100 Ihs Carnochan during the season Meeting now attempt t 0tst.bish stoi.tacb.flgtulenciesorubt
A Forwarding BusinesTAFT S J. B. BROWN Academics in the City, !ho Trustees tilJn,they are safe and powerfu!, and as a lIntier
and Ibs each Linseed oil. ,
ALEXANDER.Port TurpentilE18ruII'I ; ;* HANNA.
Leon 15th 1840& 38 2 and Window GUni>of various sizes. Asrent Apalachicela Land Comf-any. commission Merchants app.,1 to the pride, and invok the aid of of Hid blood, they have not their equal in tba

April, For tlc&by Office at Mr. E. Barnard's, Tallahassee. Ntta Orleani. thtir felow citizens: they tru while floor I world!

f 8 Reward. RANDOLPH LEWIS. jnn4 22 ishinjj Academic are lilt'rlly.uppned clsewhero For additional particulars of the above medicinesMoffat's
: : & Refer R.K. Call, and henry Bond. around them, the 'nil of which
on the 3 inltant between Tallahassee April ?? 1839 38tfCopartnership. Ite pit'JI or the ser Good Samaritan a copy
4p aid Robert Cop *, an English silver Watch, .____ REMOVAL.TH Jnn..17 1: 9. 'Uf Territory wit; hence forwaid manifest a more de I accompanies the medicine- copy can always oe

: : with the subscriber's name on the back, written! E fubtrib\1'have removed their entire el.hblithnent ENGINEERING. voted inteest in cherishing: their own city insti I obtained o! the different Agents who have ue
with Ibo point of a knife. Whoever will return THE subscriber have this day entered into froa their old stand in Berry tutions. I I medicine for sale.

lid watch t this office, shall receive the above, /. I genoial coiumimion and for Uow .0 tho New Brick Building on Monroe street, n'UIE subucribers of rmpecifully! acquaint citi- The scholastic year will be divided into four French, German and Spanish direclions can be
the nf next door \Vm.H.Wyatl & Co, where zel. 'J'.lol.I see, their friend. and :he of eleven .
J. FOLLENSBEE. vs rdinj II'rchllts. under (>tylc McNaughifcOrmoi.d. they11 sessions weeks ucl: and the following .obtained application at the u&ce.375 Broadway.All
; continue i i'l tho business public have
same tla.t theJ asxocialrd
WM. McNAUGHT. : themselves rales of at
May 41 I t, in I Utters ImmCl Jiat
Tallah.ae into tUltlola1uwet tf paid advance lo poet paid will receive
dealing in iaddla, liiidlei copartnership, iho I
t' JAMES Oil 31 UN I Marlingala and liar I.r purpose of CIVIL tIme of'I tention. _
Iht Huad
Watches, Jewelry, Sliver Ware Ac. I. 51usd$, of all deitcri lions. Also ENGINEEING ; and, accordingly solicit ultee
: ort Leon, Jan 20, 1840 a general assortment a share o Orthography and < B. )10 F% .
Reading Prepared and sold WILLIAM
AUSTIN Jr. &L CO. 2 their in the $| by
of Harntft Billi
Trimming and making.
Spur. conducting The will,
:D: CDe alove and 375 liberal deductioa
have removed to tho CO-p Gig and Riding \\hipt\ 7iW, iiijj.and inpioving; of al' kinds of road, The above with Wrilmg: Arithmetic 10 B.oadway. York. A

$4, store formerly occupied bv I T AU'rNEISIIP.. p Va/ises Sadtlb Bog i, Hal Boxei.&c.Cnr. Ikirting t, aqut"duct embankments, &c., and in the bumble bridges I. History., Grammar and Geography, and I I wade to these who purchase to sell sgsin.also be na

I Wm H W.t. & Co.. where under the firm of J. B. BULL &CO., and Hamea, india Top Lealhtr: Hog tCetft Morocco branches of this vast science such as the Tbeabiveuptli 12 I J AGENTS-Tlie Life Medicines mal toW.
an Greek
survey and of
they are now opening beat wi'l carry on the bnslncbaof: lIEltCHANT TAILOUS I. and Sketp ,. mg orand.plotlng: planllg and estimating mill Literature Latin, and General 'I any of thf principal Druggist in the every Cauaiias.;

tiful assortment of articles I in both in this place the city of New Saddle*, Hari'M. Bridles and Martingala) madeto rlcl cltche & on scientific and French-extra of 15 I Ihuruhonl the United Slates and Hitters abe n4

_ their line, such York. AnnngenientK have L(1 made for a CO I. order, al short notice. practical principles. order charge Jo Ask 'for Moffal'a Liie Pills and Pnenix ;

f Gold. L.r. Anchor Cylen- .ntlfc full supply of(Iotli, C.\simnel, Yes WARD 4, MAY.N. LLOYD WIN. By of tLo Trustees. sure Ilut a fac siniilie of John Moffat's signatureis OfPiils

der and'Virge Watches; Diamond, OnKi ings, etc. and a largeClothing ; assorynenl of Ready Alnde B. iejaj;ing dGnc in all the abovo ariicle.iasusual. Tallahassee, april II, 1840 3 IIR march41040 32 A. M. GATLIN, upon the label of each boltle. of Bitters or box
,Ruby, Oafish fc.; Broarhee, Diamond i. and th>y are now prepared to areommo.lute I._42_may 15VtcbeM -
osaic, Came; Enamelled fcc. Gold) their customers and the pulilie, in any article NOTICE. REMOVAL. These valuable) Meoieines are for sate by

Work. Ecr Rings. pinlnll. %Van C. cal d (Of in M'rIino. One of ibe partners, 31 r.I \ .Jewelr&c. Subsribr has just received and offer. THE undersigned have removed their stock of RANDOLPH & LEWIS,

.FUr Table and Desert filrer; residing in New York, will ennUle them I in; THE Subscriber has nu for 1.11 cash. Gentlemen's firma black from their former stand in Berry'a fl 8 SB r.Uaba--

Cup.Silver d. C ndte Cake dpou'l% eXecute all orders promptly end on the mol reasonableterms. -i. ave handsome and Russia For Hu. Gentlemen a Row, to the store un the corner of Monroe and I

Castors,Tea Seta, Coffee 'Sick. Spoons; Cut. J. U. BULL, assortment of Watches Jew. gy's Caps, Travelling Trunk*, do. BagsT; la Clinton .leeti. recently occupied by Blersr Gorman SO Dollars Beward.

pery, Guns and Pistols, Canes, Astral Lamps, Mar I1E.NRY W AOF. city, Plated Were, Silver; ling Valeeses. anti a good atnorlms n Cloths, Cmcte & Where they wl continue to keep on from the Plantation *t
TallahasseeNsr. 17.1838 Spoons, Cutlery Ac. which ad ready made Clalhing. hand: general .sortm nt RUNAWAY .
tie Clock*,jfrney GoAl tc. a staple and fancy Dry in Ga !:n counlT.2Vo
wliieh tk.y their fnends and the : V be offers for sale on his usual L CARLTON. Goods, Groceries, Boou and Shoes, Hats Hard
V erms. Ho will receive Tallahassee N,)". 22d 1839. Negro
pnblic kali and eiarpiae.Niee I new ware and Cutlery Crockery and Glanwaie wilh
1 aLisencefrom the Territory Jai
named William.
and Oaorgi
r.paihng persefially attended le.Tkt my supplies during the winter. almost every article suited to the wants of the George
waL and JOHN W.AIOfLE Iro my autho.ntcd WATCH REI'AIRING Middle District of Florida. *,/: / left on Sunday morning list.ii aboolJKayeari
.. Their friends and the
D .. agents. P. KEBR. I attended to with &much ability and prompt .Arthur. M'Gi. } In Loon Superior Court. country.to call and examine for themselves.public are invited I of age, stout made,raltoer a dawic.sil.ok -

__may 29th. I 1840 4 at any shop in the Southern ?To JAMES when spoken lotfiddleawiltihisleft: *""
a country. NOYmbrTermIS4 111,30144 E.
large 4 eoumodiotu dtoeJ-! fB 1 HE members of Grand and Petit Juries- Jan : FREDERICK ToWLE. Jame P. Worth. ) CO. and once belonged to Mr. Harvey,St hadpWVI

containing 8 Rtxmt tchere tW Damages f 3000-Attachment for NEW MILLINERY AND DRESS dolhing. .
al lit
for Leon Cavity Superior e 13. \
A Court Notice. above u'ld'' defendant, and ''' MAKING( E3TABLIdHMEtf.: William ie about J5 of six Ii
t&b.e.ftd, fedtd November Term IH39. who .have: paid I THE F : yean age tcrtd.
, ".. CG waj a,BOW notified that I( am prepared topay them' V BARNARD, being in lituiiva. ; above named THE respectfully inrarmt reads
a ot81EWART. suite and are here Ladies of baa a pleasant countenance and
_v... at ray ooe.North ofLlia capitol &a.,in.TaUa.btaM dissolved by scnier farmer, all I by tUUdidppe3r; and plead, Talladaissee and vicinity, that for ;*
the aaako
.SUCLANN.DLIIL.' declaration! sire hu opened a house in the well. It U supposed he .iA
: J.U I" >.v until the 1st Juue... Those whod'boul 1 F>cri"Ds indepted to the firn are requested to maJcemmcdiateseitIsm fled in Ibe-Wine. according to' the fetatute in aoch above Hue,on Moo- oiion..

_,orUI ; I by that time, and lip thi r.tur.; b pad. I II. .it'and.aU having claim wil I mad and provided. V and roe atrttt Measis.Oorman, and between the stores' of Mr. Francis I will givo |t5 for each.If aeeured aol Jt

.BAKOUCHC 1 .I. anOWI please present the same. Dated IbIs 13th Ball' when she feme*, id 1b t
w Jaly, 1840. frurna thm and reasonable charges pa
r tw* boneo, byffJC. admuiistratora of ), E. BARNARD,Jr. fiarririif P strict attention to lb. brinee t. merit .
.- ott rtn.r. JAMES A. i a .
O BERTHELOT. abUt of pnblio llrery al tho plantation, or to I '
IttfAUGHT. M1J d.oouedlateMirsbaIM.t I Tallahaue* July 1839. -40 tf July 18 patron. L'W )
AU'I tor
PI'f F.bI52 1 tf tfRS. M. A. CLARKE. .,
April 11, tNO.

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