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: September 5, 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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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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-v 1" eM Marshal greeting f the: MiddU District, Till]E -- -- :--politico- --, 'whea- 4b. fownotnt-- ----- -- any-Uka- ---a

fresh after
dTlJIREA 8,hertUfore t wit:on tbe elventhIT FLORIDlAtf"LAISSEZ daur nor*- thmafcalf A.c ntury ,
which Jefierwa
day of( February in the yea of oar Lord te ut b 2
tbooind eight hundred and thirty-two) a aat would give, if they were
ill .?Incorporation wasffr led *by the Le 18ffiv. = \ .ar '.
of the Terr.t.ry. of Florida, to aJk
Council Itisthia reoarkatie conbinatioa of,cir.j
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established io the City of 'raU.han. NOUS FAIRE. .
to b who should become Subscribers to the ccl tat ca Utute the existing crisis,

alU!.I&..ihoso_i. <-k.r..-;- nccessora- and assigns- upon -the \PilllllglBIL So ca11o : : -. and ipa t i tat d istiportinco._ which. 0' '

conditionS, ..nilauoitt and rcalricUons provided Inaa .- mAg"I"g1 ae : C1 agitation
Charter, which: said Dank was incorporated by TERRITORY OF FLORIDA < < wide limit* of this Union. UPt "

ftoatDi.-And Dime and style whereas ot the also"CEimuL, on the thirteenth BUI or 7 th .1farhl of th Middle District,|I Tm In hundred; d forty, three hundred thousand I LETTER OF.JOHN .c. CALUOUN, i up,and is before t people for*trial. T .
dolar fn answer to question b shall reaction be -
thou. ,
day February, in the year of our Lord one ging : nr an outfit for a charge d'affaires to the Republic 1 imfr-'De. c .
nod wffht hundred and thirty-four, an act was WHEREAS, to wit: on the eighth of Texas, four thousand rive hundred tic party of Yok, cl-r an Ora. and the consolidated feer .,
MeJ by the Legislative Council of the Territory one thousand in the year of our Lord : lars ; do. tionon1heFaurt1of.My. tics be overthrown, ad opposite Btthsti- -.
in addition to *nd amendatory to the eight hundred and Ihirty-two.a Char tuted for the future Tina word which shall
Florida whereas also, ter of Incorporation For repairing the roof to the public store at the' WASHINGTON, 4th June, 1840. ,
uid charier of i.corporation-And Council of the .granted by the Lgi.lalve custom house in the city of Philadelphia, or for I do prevail, the school of
the iwelflh day of February, in the year of ourLord Territory of Florida, to Gee: assure you that it is with Jcn HalO
ei ono tlioussnd eight hundred and thirty-sevcn, as should subscribe to the stock of a certain persons Bank hew roofing the tlC same with copper, a shall b directed rluctnc I fel! myself constrainedto Shall we,after the progress md., ad
by the Governor and LeffliativeCoonril to be established in the Town of Magnolia, and by Secretary of the Treasury,after causing decline the invitation which with the lesson of experience before us, turn
.n ICt .passed should careful survey of the condition of said build you have
of the Terrilory of Florida.furlher to amend comply with the provisions of Sid Charter offered and 8 back to the Hamilton reunite the <
the which said Bank [BY AUTIIORITY.lLavs ings lo be mad.aauan nit 10exceed three thousand kindly earnestly urge me to accept pucYa got.ernment
said) Charter of incration. a appears by \11 incorporated by the name and two hundred with the
4 enrollment Chater of incorpora- style of 'THE MU.C 4NS' AND PLANTERS' BA dol.1; f to deliver the address to the Democratic crate anew a national

| erna; ( uid additional and amendatory acts, of 0 MAGNOLIA;-And wberaas also on the twelfth U of the Unie States passed at Firs For the pay of the commisBioncr appointed by citizens of New York, ot. the approaching bank, build up aothr funding a.tm ,%
record in die office of the Secretary of the Territory day of February, in the year of our Lord one thouan Session Twenty-Sixth th,. the Governor of the Territory of Iowa to act 0, 4th of July. r.enac protective trf restore the misnamed .
: well the statulcs of the and Territory the American all ita
,' .by public Ihirly-two, an act was i am sysem corrupting
'Florida & aeepiy impressed with the
oftheGov. passed by the Governor and commissioner appointed by the United Staler, in, importance I
Floridaprinted by authority Legislative Council ef and dangerous shall
ofthe or we -
Territory O. 29. question involved in the consequences; ,
the Territory of Florida PUBLIC ascertaining, running, and the issue now bej
Lc i"lativc Council of the I\nu'-And ,to amend the said Charter marking Seutt.er -
ternorand also.a law was passed by the Governor and of Incorporation;-And whereas also' on tho fif AN ACT appropriations for the support of boundary line of the said Territory, in conformity j I I fore the country, and have tho strongest de- admnihe by the past, adopt the opposite

nbcrti regulative* Council of iho Territory of Florida, on tenth day of February in the year of our Lord the Army and for the year ono thousand eight hundred with the act of Congress of the eighteenth of June''sire to meet the wishes yourselves and those I system policy, restrict the :government rigidly .

the fourth day *>f March, in tho year: of our Lord one thousand right hundred end thirty.four, an forty. eighteen hundred and thirty eight the um of one you represent; but such is the extent of to the few great objects assigned to it? /
thou and etIittiundred and thirty-nine aulho.n act was passed by the Legislative Council of the Be it enacted by the Senate and Houso of.Representatives thousand and ninety s.x: dolas ; here that it my defence against danger from abroad, /
ODe engagements would preser.
the District Attorneys of said Territory of Florida, of the United States of America, in For the payment of incurred b out of my
and requiring supplemental to the said expenses under the vation of peace and tranquility at home, and
mj to
Charter of Congress assembled, That the following sums be direction of Ihft power an address of
Territory to institute the requisite legal procefiln Incorpration. I appears by tho original joint committee on tho lbary. in prepare worthy you a free and commercial intercourse /
against such bankmz incorporation, in their sid Chater ot Incorporation, and the same are hereby appropriated, to bo paid the erection of shelves and bookcases in com- and the occasion, wihot an interference with open ,
ftjpectue dmtiicls, us Ilglt have incurred forfei ; and said amendment, and said supplemental act,of out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise milIeu rooms of the capital, for the reception of my official duties a extent that I could within and without 1 Such u the real question -/ .". -
toMPrilifir charters !by non user and to prosecute i ie record in the office of tho Secretary of tho Territory appropriated for the support of the army during i books and documenLl be transferred from the :li i- not justify. at issue, stripped of the thousand minor

ln Ime to effect so thai the said Curter! of Florida at- well a by the public statutes of the the year one thousand eight hundred and forty I brary to S'.veral committee rooin1"' 3 sum nol He who would estimate the and claterl ones, which are mere append
declared null!I and void the I Territory uf Florida, printed by of to exceed one two hundred and dol contest which
Biiflit by judgments: authority the Ihous.nc fifty dages, serve but influence the
b now the
agitates Union
For the of
Governor and pay the one million one lars ; throughout its t
; of Hie proper Courts in said DPlncl, And where- I I Legislative Council of the same,- army lun. vast extent materials around'the
S SiWy. Attorney wfilie United StalesforlhoMiddle And whereas. also, a law was passed by the Govai- dred and seventy two thousand and twenty For the pur of enabling the Secretaries of from a mere surface view, without look revolving two parties.
.Cbrc. District of Florida, pro.ellln fp I I nor and ./ 'islatiir, mlcilof said Territory, on dollar ; tho War and ru.v,Departments:to place in a state ing to the bottom, would form a most erro. The great masses are rallied on the one or the
f j paid Terntury. bath appeared on this) day on behalf j j.f.dTerlrylnd the fourth day of March, in the year of our Lord For subsistence of officer, five hundred and of safe preservation the specimens of natural his neous conception of its true character other side ; on that of our to arrest ; -
[fi by /IIMI the ?our here is i\.1 one tiioiiH-ind eight hrn,Ired and thirty-nine authorizing fourteen thousand four hundred and eighty nine : tory which are now deposited in their respective i mighty consequences involved. and, the the further progress of oppnent. and

: inundert-tand and he lf" m d.lial the paid-Cer.- and nquinng the Distric Attorneys of said dollars ; j offices or which maybe brought there, resulting' we are in the midst of Be assured, i.. return to the old, but, I trust, forever exploded
ml e Bank of Florida" furftilud Us Charter, and Territory to in-litule requisite legal proceedings For forage of officers horsnc. one hundred and I from surveys of the unexplored portions of our no ordinary crisis. The
all the f.anchisc, privilege, rights and immunities against such Banking Incorporations in their fourteen thousand five hundred and secnlyaone: i''f own counlry. from the exploring! expedition now depth and width of the commotion prove that .1 I system ; we, to complete the reaction,

thereby conferred! l ly NOS'IPER, and. halh prayed tcspcclive District, as might have incurred forfeitures dollars ; iFor ;i, in the South Seas by the !authority and at the expense some powerful cause is at work beneath and and take a fresh departure re in the direction
accord of their Charters by non-uicr,and payment in lieu clothing not drawn inkind of ihe United States ; laid down in the State Rights '
thit a tanfac'a nnjht issue I:to taw to to prosecute or otherwise, a not we cannot too early or I Republican
"' igiumon IIhV> said' "Central. IJank of Florida" to the same to effect, so that the said Charters might eigt.ty ihousand and thirty dollars; I i to exceed five hundred dollars.Sec.2. S\I I that cause is. To earnestly inquire what ( Chart of '98, as projected by Mr. Jefferson '

ippcir b'Jbre this Court, at the proper lime audpac O decar.J: null and void by tho J Judgment of the For subsistence, exslufrivo of that of oB-en"i'i And be further enacted, That thr ascertain what it is, we and his On the decision of this
< first havo
i sum I must clear compeers.
ilcould the proper in niid District, And five hundred and thousand four handled of i I a understanding of thecircumstances :
: Ind bhowcaUe ;fany why said C'lurt whereas, ffeel three thousauj: dollars, :
the all
Charles S. Siblcv, of the United and ninety two rs appinpnaicd hy act i(i which constitute I important question will depend, as I be.
; lie ; of
Cbirlcr of lut-urporalian( ) .huud not rt'pealed Attorney Sl.h s' dfl Congress of the twelfth of June, eighteen hundred 'I the present I
tod dlciared null and void: for the Middle Otric, of Florida, pror-ecuting for For clothing of the army, camp aud garrison 'I and thirty eight to ascertain and designate- :i iI crisis,-and for that purpose, a retrospect of',i a lieve, the future destiny! of the countr. If

-HF.RKFORE: YOU ARE IICREDY COM. said] Terr.tory, hah appeared on this day on be- equipage, eoukinglfllil..and hospital furniture, ''I the boundary line between the Stale of Michigan our past political history is indispensable. j i: the side of our opponents should end

J1AXDED[) That ".,u make known, to tIle said half of said Territory, and by him the Court here lour /hundred and twenty five thuusand six huai-|I and the Territory Wisconsin, be, and the same j is well known to all who II I prevail, our free and glorious institutions will
"Cenirti r.ul Florida1,'' and all! Presidents Directors is "1"11 to understand and be inlorroed. / that the tired and thirty fivo dollars! aid sixty seven cents ; ,,, is hereby, re-appropnalcd, to bo expended '!: I the are conversant not survive. A radical change will follow
an.l Mid "The Mcrchciiltt' and Piant< r Bank of / Ft-r the medical ind i the subject, that there has been from the
Cat-liter SloekholierJ thereof, that Map1nolia" hospital 1 department, thirty i I direction of iht Secretary of War for under'l in the character and habits of
they I II"before the iudo of fur Sup no' Court of hath forfeited its Charter, and all the fran. I eight Ihousand dollar; ,,!|. complishment of the same object. formation of the constitution, two great parties I II our people,

tin Middle! : Dislnrt of,F ond.for tho County jf chi, l'rn'llegC rights' ami I niimunilirs, thereby For the regular supplies furnis bed by the Quar- Sec.3. And fu.theenacted.. That in in our country-a national consolidation which must subver our institutions, and with I
? Leon on the "erand Monday of Novernlcr next, :i confcr.t. by riou-u-wr, and he hath pnyrd that a I lermaslor'i. department, consisting of fuel, ft'rngl< i; Ofadefiier.cyot of case party, and a state right j I: them the itself: but if fbrtunatelr. 1

ifiertlie due uflh.s "rit. or fuch other lime ax thp \I\tcirefacias ini:ht i..uc aceitrdin to law. to sum. I I, straw. Klatlnuv. and ,nrmtincr--'--,.. tWi hnndrOI -ard. !' -_.. i.._"_i..-, '.,,. _.,1.._receipts_ _, __ revenue, fr"r, customs. 1___:__ ._ .L _' I republican party, -the I that for which we contend triumph,
jl be the Court House t 1110:1: the b4id4'TJie and Bank ;!' < one dollars uiui-i "ulrccs vi 01 : uiiure en mepart I uuc leaning m flit Sloe or power; the other to 1 shal
I Couil tiny artjouinedto ul of of :Jl'rcunt. lJultcrl' !evenly tlouand ; of the late deposite bank or of the B mk of that liberty. generations yet unborn, with blessings of
uid County uf Leon, at the of Magnolia, to before this ul the i For barrack, and storehouses Iing j the United They even preceded the ex. '
II city Tal.ha'll'e.1 3lptar quarters einhra-i Stales of Pennsylvania to the J Providence, live and flourish and .
t If t" if t ).. proper time and and w cau>c if it i p.y istence ofthc Government itself In may glory
ind County bhlH. any thing they .I. any couldwhiy ; the repairs and enlargement of barracks. debts duo from them, or to bccom" due in the 'I the con. i in free and
\ elffi have, or why the raid: Charter of c thf. ld Charter) of Incorporation should ; I vention, that formed the our happy system ofgovernment.Thus .
ell 1 of fie "Central Bnk oj Florida," j not L-e repealed, and declared null and void. 'I. ir :1 any tlor' i regarded, never has there been amore
Incorpsrttiou I j poU; the erection of I temporary cantonment and cause, the means of thj shall struggle was long and arduous between them I
.hould not be repealed, annu'Vd: and ma tc utd.and THEREFORE YOU AII HEREBY: COM., jr iruiihousen for the projection of the cannon at the .( to Treasury not be gufficicnl :j-the consolidation impurtant crisis since the adoption of
ill! liberties, n hls. privileges and I MANUEl), 'Hut known t< the sail I'' Iretalthl appropriations made by Con-1 party striving to form one the
JI''UI1It.. ; you t.tko > forts on the seaboard ; for the purchase or the re. :, gres>s, (,f the Slates i-lia'l'! national Constitution. The issue involved one
fr ralch.I. !, fy the ejme conferred/ be s-ized, in opl'lln 'The Mercl: antb' and Planters' Bank of. !anohia,"}! i'miry tools and materials/ and of the authorized : and he is hereby Uailet be 'i supreme government, with para. which well call for the and i -
i anJ control uf t-aid Territory of Florida.ind I ,and .11 I'nM'IenUt".itnrT/ nr"clCt.. and Block- j I furniture for the! barrack rooms : rent of quailcr II! .liturt under Iuthorizcltn postpone! the exp";n- mount control over the States, and the other may energy efor
n the )
of of freemen. The t
further to do and receive what the .aii Court h.Ider1 thereof that they te before the Judge of I f-jr officers,(,f barracks, for troops where there are I embraced in this (act following, viz beda' fr hanack appropriation, : |to preserve the l federative character (.f the' final decision cannot long
then end Uicre.of it and idem, in tins behalf, ., our Superior Court of the Middle District of Florin o ublic buildings fr their 01tarchaouses ,; : quarters ,; then existing but be Now is the time for action.A .
\aJ f Accolmod.1iol I! and elorelMusci, Ac. ; 'for the nalio-ial arnn ri<'.' ; j system at the!. same time to I pstpone.
rounder and dirott,-And you are further commwded da, for the Coui.ly of Leon, on the second Monday .| lor the safekeeping of i-ubsmlence, i i'I. for arxiament: of fnrtificatiouthe' j I strengthen and perfect the Union l lear must decide for or against us.
;: to notice of the of tin- i in November the dale of c trent J far as
give institution proceeding next alter this writ or d other nd '' a ; Government
n 6upph ", grounds stand still.
military cannot It
cutanga cxpenitsol the urdnance for J consistent must ad.
*ervite ; ordnance with i the :
; ,b publication licriofiu fcuch other lime the' Court, be adjour'l iudcpe idence and
d !
: ) homo palihc news 8 may tto \ir su:nmcr cantonments, and n.ilita- sover-
encampment* j stores anJ fur arbt-nals l recede but
fr \ vance or when its
piper in the Middle: l"HrjJ.t of Fl'jrica, fur the al the Court Mouse of said County of Leon, intle '|, ry practice hundred and three thous-J and tuppies'; ; repaint eighty of the States. Fortunately, the latter, ; direction is
spice uf three months the day of the dale S city Tallahassee! in *did County, to show, i ill and dollars! ;ore C\'Cltj i improvements at Iho Springfield Irl'>y' ; fur I, utter a long contest', prevailed; and the result I oace taken, if should b in a wrong direc

Ltr ofand; tliatynu make return off!!writ on the any thing I th.Y for theinsve! have, or can sny For of repairs and' improvements at the Harper's Ferry !i was our admirable and beautiful I tion-against the course for which we contend -,
!, fititdiy oflnc next term of our I.d Court, and of why tho said! Charier of Incorporation of "The transportation ofcer' baS"afo when I armory' ; fr the purchase of s-altpetrc anl h.riinsorie' j i federal re. it will be beyond human
duly without publican I I power to restore -
traveling on llious- fur ,
\ yocrproceedings thereon.WmenUlCIIARD. Icrchanh'and Planters' Bank .Magnolia" should! troops ; continuing the barracks, quartersc.. system unexampled and unequalled I, it shortof
G. ORO. nol be repealed annulled, and made void, and all 'I and dollars; lit Fort Lt-avcnworth, : at Fort Wayne,' at Fort (in any age or country. revolution.

: Clerk of our said Court, thl WELL day of I I'bcrtici: immunliel. rights, privileges end franchises For li portation of troops and supplies! viz :- I .Smith," at Plaltkburg,' and *at Jcbsup' ; or. The struggle did not terminate with the I, Lot me, in conclusion, gentlemen, tender
; Jull.D.' ). 1040 unJ sixty-filth sear of by same conferred be seized into possession i Iranyportationof< the army, including the baggage such alJ so many of Ihcm. or such proportion ofcacti convention. The two you my heartfelt thanks for the highest-esti.
f American Iridc>pcndr-nce. and control of said Territory, and further to I' of troops ; freight and ferriag-j ; p I.G.VLLLFORD, Clerk of Jo l and receive what the said Court then and their I t, of horses, mules, oxen, carts, wagons and boats, [I inquiry the condition of Ihe Treasury shall de. one name of Federal, and the other For sixteen efforts my past
lit Superior Court ofthc Middle I District ofFlorida of it and them in this behalf, shall consider and j Air the purpose of transportation or for garrison iriand, and the public interest will bct-l permit ; : Republican-the former aiming to accom- years my been incessantly .

foi Leon County. direct. And you are further commanded lo give !I use ; drayage and cartage a the several posts ;iI such poslponcnienls in each caso to be merely tcU.pOrry. i push what it had failed to do in convention, directed to counteract the policy of that
I notice of the Institution ot this proceeding, by publication hire of eamstl'rs; transportation of funds for the (>r until the close of ilia next action of\ by the enlargemeut of the of school of politics to which I stand I

TICE h hereby given of the foregoing pro. h. hereof in 8 me.puLlc newspaper in the I I pay department ; expense of transport vessels, and : Congicts, a the means of the Treasury In' the i through a liberal and broad grants power, and advance that on which I oppe blieve

reading to all persons mentioned and concernltaercin 1ldd.e VI"tfc of F tbe space of three, of procuring waier al such posts as from their situation prospect accruing revenue ,Ial : a i the other construction; and the salvation of our institutions depend often
< u I am thereby dirutted. from the day oflhe dale hereof. And that I require it ; transportation of clothing from .hal be most in accoidance the public! interests to carry out the constitution, in.its under ;

LEIGH HEAD. you make return of this writ, and of your proceedings the depol at Philadelphia to the btatiom of the involved. |true meaning and spirit, a intended by its discouraging circumancefeleft

I Mit.hal of the Middle District {f Florida, thereon en the first day of the next term ufl'our j' troops; of subsistence from the places of purchase Approved July 20th, 1840. j.frumers_ by restricting, government_ within I with a small bt jet never de
I and spairing. end for which 1
under the 0 have
Jo.2a,5_ bvJOHN KACKI.F.H.II. "1. said Court. d"litlry contracts to such noio'-sa-s ---- ----------- -- me iirans to it. Each labored
assignee had its
\ 'ITNISS.-RICIIARD G. : circumstances of the semce may require ; of ordnance STANDING STATISTICS. leader 1 in the first cabinet formed party I!}f through a period s long and eventful, is;wit-

TERRITORY OF FLORIDA, I' Clerk of our said Court this IGlb day of ordnance stores, and arms, from Iho foundries Being frequently applied to for information by General your hearty co-operation, net far .
To Ik the Middle July, A. D. 18-IQand of and arsenals to the frontierosts Feerl in General
JlanlU1 of District, sixty-fifth year furtifcationllnd all the have Haml see it approach with joy. Once
several on following topics, wo ton, the Secretary
greeting the Independence ofthe United States of P and of lea-) from milta prepare Treasury, and the rche
1 : America. arvcnahi, two hundred anJ eighty seven thousand the subjoined paragraphs for standing I Republican in Mr. Jefferson, the Secretary government fairly placed in prpe i -<
nniEREA5, heretofore, to wit: on the sev- I R. G. \VFLLFORICerkoIthe dollars As in direction, all I have ever aimed at have I
day of .November, in the of I ; ence. many persons are engaged the of State ; both able, accomplished, patriotic, wi f .
e Lord one t theunJ eight hundred and twentvMi year Superior Court of the Middle District of For the incidental! 1 expenses of the Quartei mas- silk business, the experience of each may not : and admirably suited by nature, education, been accomplibe. Beyond. I de>i nothing j
I Chirlerof IiicorK Florida for Leon County. ter's Department, consisting of on public but the I more and become one of the
| >r.ition. -a granted o: postage bo precisely similar; particulars here and position in the cabinet, for the bt retie
inar.ia! and leading
< packet, of ;
tt cdllllS. limilalions an 1 rcfctrklioi.H; therein ': Jeterl expense CO'll stated are sufficiently near the general of people.
Jride by the Legislative of the Terri. I NOTICE is hereby gin of the foregoing pro. 'I courts of inquiry, including the compensation of average |parties which they were the acknowledged With I &c. -t -
respect ,
indi, lot certain Counci by the name and ; to al mentioned and con j jttrned judges advocate, members and witnesses ; extra to b depended on. chiefs. great ,

'.Jieofthe.'lUKK or FLORIDA," ard to all those j i therein, a am thereby directed. j II pay to soldiers undur art of March second, eighteen .-A building 40 by 21 feetand The policy Hamilton prevailed; and theJ JOHN C. CALHOUN.

should bc ome Sub.cnber} to the said Bank, 't tI i ittwsncce I the Middle LEIGH 1 District RE\D Florida, Marhal.of by, I from hundred the fiotilier and nineteen of; lie expenses of expresses one story high, with three rows of shelves N funding system, the Union ofthe Government To .Messrs Charles P. Daly, and others. |

c,tnlrenth*ni and ts..Snn. ;-Aod whereas aU.Jf i Au.2.5 byJOlF.K.\CKLEU.O. M., for the interment p""L of noncommissioned; necessary arlcel three feet wide, and seven tiers one above the :aud the banks, the creation of a national bank, NEW BY TUG PRESIDENT.

Mr Lord one liioutand day ofFebruarv ei-ht hundred, in the and year of I soldiers ; hire of :laborer.; compensation of clerks other, will feed 150,000 worms at one time. "I the protective policy, and the unlimited application PARIS, Aug. 1, 1840.

>re II act "'a* paKM-d by the Governor thirtY-I I I i in the offices quaitermasters and assistant quatermuter. F.om three to five such crops may b fed in a \, \ of the money power to objects not War between Englan and France.u I

stthfe: Council of the Territory of Florida, to | al posts where their duties cannot IKJ season: if fires b kept up on cool days, five I I embraced by the constitution, followed. The do not apprehend war wi ensue. In G

by Ind the said. Chutl of Intorporalion, a* appears performed in charge without of dismantled sucU aid, and works to, and le.npoiaiyagents in the crops may b easily reared. A building of I government thus received its first and powerful I I i the first place, our friends no ground fort f H

origin, and turllre'll of aid Charter of In. I performance of other duties ; expenditures necessary two stories high will feed double the above : impulse in a direction unsuited to its ge-1 I| i ; and, in the second, I may mention, from i[j
nation tf amendment thereof 1
Iud ,
.tbe office of the fcc-cretary of the Territory re- Tallahassee (Florida) Race*. '. lo lerp the two regiments of dragoon complele quantity. 1: nius and character, and from which, it has 1 I unquestionable authority that war is not an- \
a. twrida.as'adi' I including the purchase of homes 114supply never vet fully recovered. ticipated in the highest Louis
[ as by tho public statuics' .f the MEETING FOR 1841 will Trees.-An acre of ground will contain i) quarter. Philippe
miiurj of Honda I THE -:: the place of those which may be lost and become j The first reaction to this almost 1 has been heard
printed hy authority of the I over the Marion Coarse, unfit for service, and the erection of the 14,520 te planted in rows three feet apart, I I. irresistible decar that if he
ST JierfuilHo and Leglbiatu'e' Council of the .,me.la .- On Wednesday, the I3th January next, tables,, one hundred and twenty one uccc thousand t>jry and one foot asunder in the rows ; and if on' i impetus was in the election of.Mr. Jefferson, thought war a probable would not
a law was passed by the Gov- for all Ho owned in medium land will twelve years after the adoption of the constitution I 'have left hb son, the Duke de Nemours in
wand Lc?">l&t'vc CounCil of the aid Territo- and continue 4 days, free rites dolas ; good yield one pound of ,
tyo lLc our& day of March, in the year of our Florida or the lower Counties of Georgia and For contini ncics of the army, seven thousand leaves from each tree the first season. Long ; but with such force had the machine J London at this moment.

LE!one toulnd eight hundred and thjrty-nine; Alabama. : dollars ; experience proves that 150 Ibs. of leaves been impele in the wrong direction, and so'I But why increase the force of the
1or"I :ud requiring the District Attorneys of FiRST PAY-A Jockey Club Purse of $100-1 I i] For extra pay to re-enlisted soldiers, and for ron. yield one of reeled silk. wil adver was period, from the then bellig. ': 'by 104,000 men T Because less army will
pound Many \ nothing
Territory Institute the requisite legal proe4ini mile beats.LcoND lingent expenses of f the recruiting service, forty I erent condition of all the world, that with all calm the inflamed minds of
against I I : DAI-A Jockey Club Purse of$200-21. thousand one hundred and sixty three dol-/ obtained a pound of reeled silk from 100 Ibs. people. Noth.

leir rwpectnc U fcuch tnct8 DankiRg, might Incorporations have in j, mile het". I j sl[lar and twenty seven cents ; of leaves, and some from only 50, 60, &c. i his experience ability and honest zeal, he 'i ing but war is on every tongue. Joy beamson

orlru ft their Charters I by non-user,incure to I!f THIU DAT-A Jockey Club Purse for $500) -31{I For (i.e national armories, three hundred and I Hut 150 Ibs. is ample allowance. j I could do but little to bring back the governI e\'er countenance at the thought. According -

rcl nine t,, tfferl, ,o that te| said char- : mile heals, !{ sixty thousand dollars ; I ment, and give it a fresh start in the direction to a Frenchman's taste, no decoration 4

krllrbt; b declared null an J void, by the Judj- FOURTH. DH-Iroprictor'd. Purl 10 cent.200-1 mile II IIhcats. For the armament of the fortifCatioll, one hundred Eggs, fSf-c.-One ounce of eggs wi.l. hatch I I'j I which its frarrers intended. The funded debt i is equal to the loss of an arm or a leg, or
Itofulc! Courts b"il per and thousand 30,000 worms; 2500 good cocoons, or 1 a
proper in Di"tfctAld fifty ; abut was indeed greatly reduced, the 'eye ; and for death at the cannon's mouth
the Sweep-slakes new open money power a
following ,
w'V1(I.r1/ S- s'blcy. the United For the current of tho ordnance of fair will
AUorm-y expenses quality yield u pound
(ILI flr and will run for, if they are filled, before the i scr- average I restricted to constitutional objects, retrenchment f who would not pass through the dreary
[ tilt] Iidde! W."l"ct of Florida, prt' ecu b | vice, one hundred thousand dollars; of reeled silk 250 to 300 cocoons weigh a va-
; and '
Race the three days. I enforced 1 in
IrfurIidT.rmory. hath appeared ontlis day Jockey j ilafflld Territory, and by him the Court L FIRST DAV.-A p Posl-s'akes, free for all ages be 2 |.. hundred thousand d\Jaf; pound; bushel contains abut 2500 to 3060 ligatures, which bound the government to, 'all eager to be enrole. A million. of men
t. '" "deisiand, and mile heats. Subscription $200, $100; to For arsenals, ono and thousand cocoons according to quality-hence a bushel the .
Cn'el be infonned, thai L Club Race, on tho first fifty II paper system.could be neither broken nor 'could b raised a every one of whom
for before the Jockey ,
'id-B but his
Races. less clap
IIod day of the next Tallahassee Jockey Club energetic knapsack on back with
alllliclrancLi, For and at the
es, and immunini improvements Springfield a
privileges repairs to a pound and a Cocoonsarc
some quarter.
t l 3 Subscribers necessary lo make a Kace. I say and orthodox successor, the times 'much glee as a city alderman would sit downto
thousand five
trll conrcrred, l'.v and lie halh armory ten Iundrc ; b-
rn-ur. fur three dolar measured the bushel if the floss
by heaping
i SECOND DAT. A year
a Sweepstakes. For and the came more unpropitious. The gigantic a civic
Kirtfaciat issue repairs feat
tlt might according to improvements Harper's Strug.
'.lo nminou the oljs, 1 mile heats. Subscription $200: forfeit $100; : thousand dollars remains on them; if taken of the bushel measure gle, which had But does
said 'Bank of Florida, to ap- Ferry armory, fifty ; I so long agitated Europe, i I war not suit the reigniig mon-
P bfQre tins Court, at the 'proper time and second to be run for before the the Jockey Tallahassee Club Jockey on Club I For the purchase of saltpeter and brimstone forty !I is struck, or even it sides. A female ed the Atlantic and reached our shores. pass.The, !arch. Te mea here who are fond of cutting .
-l wow cause if any it could, why the said day of net make Race. ( thousand dollars; i moth will lay from 400 to 500 eggs. and financial have
bi o Raci s. Subs.ribrl necessary to a I expenses embarrassments,,' : no fondness for mooarchi-
&deard! Incorporation null and void thould not b repealed, THIRD DAT.- SweeI,-It ke f>r2 y"l olds, I J'I For system tho expense of artillery of preparing, and for drawings other supplies of a uniform in The mammoth white, pea-nut aud sulphur which followed, bound the Government with, 'cal institutions, and as the republic and Louis

!THEREORE YOU ARE IICREBY COM mill run fur oui.L fublerilti.n $100 Club: Race forfeit on$ the; to third be the ordnance department three thousand dollars ; worms, are all very good to feed. Every I cords more powerful than ever, to this paper I Philippe would never agree, his majesty will

: you mak known to the laid day of the< next Tallahassee Jockey Club Races. 3 For continuing tho barracks, quarters, &c., a* j.': person has his preferences. The color of system, and restored the policy of Hamilton! 1 ]not unnecessarily tr a million of his rabble

;Ji*r Florida," and Presi ,Culier.: Subscribers necessary to make a Itaco.Subscnipti.in Leavcnworth, thirty thousand. dollars ; the silk does not alter its value, one com. i in its full extent, and to more than its primi- I 'to arms. The of these men, at the

rr tb and SlucklioIJer: ihcreof, tha they b to l''hi' above Slakes can be made by For continuing the barracks,quarters, &c.at Ft. mending a good a price as the other. The tive vigor. After the termination! of the war,, I 'close of a would leave them no
1 Judge ol our Superior Court of B letter addressed to the Secretary ofthe T.llahafleo Wayne twenty thousand dllarf; i it carried out in bold relief better campa
ril pierced cocoons, from which the moth has by the mis- 2 or occupation than the
toricl Florida: for the County of Leon I, Jockey Club lime before the 15th Jay of Fur continuing: the quarters,&c..at Ft. a
land Monday in November next after the cember next, when any they will be cbfcd; the ve.I' Smith, fifty thousand dollars ; I eaten out, are purchased by those who pur. called American System, till it was fully consummated demolition of the throne. -

s I this 'nt, or such oilier time a the Cur be rained the evening before Ihe Race. For continuing the barracks, quarers tfcc., at L chase the perfect cocoons. A few hours' by the tariff of 1828. t j I Whether war b imminent .r net, France |

Ci't aj'!. .b adjourned, l". at ibo} Court Houso ; a Mr. F. P. GEROW IS now engaged at the Marion PialUburf; twenty thousand ; boiling in soap-suds renders them as soft ad In its train fulowed. a they ever will, cannot, in common prudence, forbear t. arm J
fT.lhaabeo and 1 County of Leon, to Course and has opened Slables fur I For the barracks, &.C., al I!
jfin"Utiuir |, sho. Training .. quarters manageable as raw cotton. discor distrclion, profusion, extravagance, ; to a certain extent. A strong suspicion ex- "1
they fur tctngelvci| ) have or can 'dY. the accommodation gentlemen who have Ilr. BI j Fort Jesxup, ten thousand dollars ; which
hy have ists here that the four have
much ulterior
l **"1 Charter Incorporation of the'-Banlc to train. Mr. Gcr< w is well known us an txperien'cd For repair of arsenals damaged by storms! and I There is a cash market in Philadelphia for to sap pwer
FLwidahouId| not be repealed, annulled, and j Trainer; and the fullest confidence may b fire, the sum of nineteen thousand seven hUldrldand I all the raw silk that can be produced the the foundation of our institutions, and must designs upon this not believe

:tOld. a"d all Jlbrtie immnnilifs, privileges! placed in his sale management of Hortes' Ctllit-j, sixtY five dollars; supply is far short of the demand, and it ;commands have utterly subverted them, if the cause, for- a word of this, nor do I conceive possible.
** by kame -nfl'rrtd. 1..eized.iol ted to his charge. THUS. BROWN, 1 For preventing; anti l suppressing Indian hosiili* tunately for the country had not been asserted War would inevitably rvolutoai the whole
than of tbe .
hIther .do t"d and coulr1 of said Territory, and July l IS 51 Secretary and PropretorBLLERS tick in Florida! to be expended under the directionof a higher price any foreign A reaction has not only commenced, but continent. Russia to contend
ro "ceire what the said Court then Mr. John Wilbank, No.217 Market
"*Wd Uiere ort, and them in this belllf, shall' con' FCO1T, ) In the County Court of r of CoD the Secretary rcKS uf the of War nineteenth, conformably of to the ai.d act the street arice., and Messrs. Haldorn & Williamson, made great progress toward"j.freeing the country i with Poland, and Austria ,with Italy ; while
V JEFFERSON.: Marcl I Prussia and the other German
'recU-And further from the last remnants of states would
commanded a policy BO
joutire pare. second of July eighteen hundred FIX, Ninth and ,
I of
thirty Carpenter street
1640.MTOT1CE corner
:Cieit PWittu0, of Ue ;K"litutioo of tins proceeding Petition Ion is ) September, thai Term pe'ition -will I and the acts therein referred to,viz: For forage for chase it, and pay according to the quality.-pur-. dangerous and pernicious. How or by whom : find themselves in conflict with tFIuiokY own de.
lcrcnfi in souls public newspaper in"fncl hereby given I alloiraent of Lbs horses of the mounted volunteers and nulilia, happy a change has been brought about, it magogues. What would be the of the
"di filed above slated, for an Morris9 Silk Farmer. 8
L be
( ofnorda I ,for
,I frOI the day e.f the dale t 'pac ofhrooIl dower in the A lands formerly owned by John Scott, and for the hor.e.mules and oxen in the rice .is not material to state. I is sufficient to say, conflagration, no penetration can at present
; tild'lturD .f of mil
herof the tiains ; freight or transportation -
olli. writ, and your deceased, of said county ; the said lands being that the government is already free from i a discern. All parties would be playing a
: roo, On te 6ht day the tiozt vroed.l. term f known and described .the North hilfof the SouthWest I ilary supplies of every description, from Ihe places i PRICES CURRENT IN PHILADELPHIA. funded debt, and a national with a dreadful game. Heaven avert so awful a
u1 the West half of the East L 01! purchase to Florida ; for the purchase of wag bnk fara
Cor three
quarter- Nh Cocoons to five dollars bushel calamity.
in short time
per to
; a ,
ons, harness, and lighters, and other vessels prospect
-RICHARD! West half of the North quarter bo.
Clerk of our said Court G. WELLFORD this 16th -quarer-b, of the North Went quarter, and I of bor.e. oxen to keep up the trains, the demand exceeding the supply. all connexion with the banks and protectivetariff. Russia seems to be preparing for th. fight
4y or July D.. 1810, aed the .ixty.day I the West half of the South East quarter of section tools, leather and other latriil fur repairs, trans I. Silk Worm Eggs, three to tea dollars per With them must fall the whole at both extremities of her immense empire. .

6U y arorth A of tlie United thirty-six township two, range four North I portation within FJorida. including the hire ofsteamboats ounce of clear eggs and American System, and paIr Nine men of war, with several frigates and

8..ff A DI"r DdepDdenc and East. POPE & STONE.. and other vessela. far service in the riv.r i American Reeled Silk, four dollars to five Ip;itimlte; ntTnrinir._ _. aurolus. revenue. profusion aTtstr\* WJOV-A frAaJtr fly imm/ti f* a.il"** ;**

t H.VVELLFORD, Clerk of aUf I J.\ Att'ys for Pet'f.Land era awl on the coasts, ana me expense: 01 main dollars and fifty cents per pound.Brooks' extravagance n ., derangementof the Crenstadt roads,on the 17th ulL, andhad
tbe several steamboat and corpto
8J COr of Florida the Middle for Distric of OF"MIXED for Sale. LANDJyinff schooners LaMing connected with the operation trbapor erujy Reel for reeling and twilailk tbe currency and te bie ofthe coun. been reviewed by the Emperor. Fourteen -

LOD County. 1 0 A: ACRE half mile weal from the rillag.of hire of mocbai laborer, mule crnrs.to thirty-fire to forty dollars. try, which b brought u present con- ships of the line and frigates wert cailtaj

1 11CE i hereby ,T;; or the'foregoing pr Maduon,an Madison County .to b teamstert, and oter af.ln.including Dennis's Reel, about thirty dollars. dition. y assert wi,confidence, that a from Daggerort toward the South j.Jtsdjoa

t t persooa mentioned ua co n- sold on Monday, the 12th of October net at lb. sistence; for miUaneou. contingent' charge Gay's cmplet silk Machinery,400 dollars. few yean exertion ad i tea the 19th, a Russian squadron ass teeaof. ...
.-Ia th.robv < rLEIG e w. villap., Sold for the benefit o t hc and for arrearage egh\1 hundred au and thirty Cheney's Reel, six dollors. will pvec Gothland, cousistiogof" 8 aMps of thb aau+
.T.wnsoad.Terms eighteen thirty eighteen hUD raon a
'(.tAfl1,.( the MiddU DiE HJ.*. made known on tho day of sale.IS : tf. and thirty hlnc. eighteen bugdreds.nd thirty Pientf or Italian Reel, fifteen dollars. overthrow the whole'system of plcor frigates sloops and a T

p".t. kj JOHN F. KACKLEB U4 I &.i 3 ew D. B. EWING, Gaardian. ,I eight,eighteen hundred and thirty nine, aud eight i-Ib. I ote i th. federal col their road b a north i .-

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.which are in the hands of its agent, subject, Whatapicture W u
;} Destruction I hown. .. llincrMtAd, rather tban allayed the excitement duty to castigate him for thus contradicting the of the U. S. exhibited the> t.1"e ,
of Tmacte"y an EartJujvakt.) FLORIDIA.N. which bad been already rising on UM und exposing both the Whig organ and the we believe,to a lien on part in 1B19 Wit excpt t

$. Ternate is among the largest of the Moluc. TilE subject of the resolution A number of tnpw inclodod 7 Which are the people to spre Ii and de

ca or Spice Islands, and belongs to the Dutch. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA: ia tbe sweeping cbarge of union with the Whig committee Bank.What will Mr. Bembry do in the case of trough the land, nothing b }

**On the morning of the 2d of February, at northern abolitionists 1, met aDd determined! upon credit, Whig correspondents, or Whig journals into the hands been seen, except Law's k
half dark andthreatening EDWARD GIBSON, EDITOR. having from the editor of the Floridian a direct committees IDemocratic the bonds which have passed Mipp
8 o'clock the air
past appeared newer to their inquiry Mto the name of the IndiTidual or Whig t This pledge of Mr. Bern the South Sea Bubble,
; every thing seemed to andicatoBOttle Saturday, September 9, 18<10. who furni.hcd for publication the offensiveresolutions. Ticket. of other persons in Holland. M

extraordinary phenomenon, which in Mr. Sibley was again called on, but! bry is almost nothing. I
fact soon followed, for a thick smoke arose FOR PRESIDENT OF THE U. STATES. he had been indiopoMd and had retired from his FOR THE SENATE OF FLORIDA. What the people want to know, is tba:- We see ave tat in three yean, ft. .

.. t from the crater, accompanied by a loud noise, MARTIN VAN BUREN. office. The Dformatio'n inc.en.el1-th was notobUmed.ihonftht they Many had JAMES A. BERTHELOT, of Leon, Will Mr. Bembry, i any case, vote to tax culation of the banks more than do&fanfictitiotu e.A

.. like thunder, while burning lava and hot, The principles (M*.VAN BURXN) has not became been trifled angry with-became and highly excited,and gave ISAAC FERGUSON, JB., of Gadsden, the people, or raise money in any way, for prosperity .pre over the

ashes b rnt and destroyed every thing on only avowed but maintained openly and firmly, rent to their feelings in impolite and intemperate ELIAS E. BLACKBURN, of JefTeraon, of t the interest on those bonds, ever body. was rich il and.L .f

v which they fell. aro dear to the South; and what is more important language." JAMES S. BELL, of Hamilton. the payment gold had returned in pp w 9 o

I Tliis destructive eruption lasted twenty. tkty are the principles? of hit parly."-G KORGIMcUvrriE. :. After detailing tho circumstances of an in. abovenamed candidates belong to the or for the payment of the principal, in case a the paper PI
The scene
four hours and ended with subterraneous shall made on the Territory for soon changed, as
a frightful I suit offered the Star on demand frr lhe t
to goes are b
a gentleman They
noise which made the inhabitants Gen HARBISON!; while Governor of Indiana Democratic Republican party. evitable laws of trade and
Territory approved a law passed by the L"zisla- to : : System, believins /payment 7 crc i
fear that the ground would under say opposed to the present Banking all the change, and we now see If
give to ,
way MEN for FINE COSTS.The to put
lute, IP SELL or It "did not seem to al'ay'! at all the excitement! evils the This question ought b tat afe a
.. I their feet. Passing over some days, we Fame law decreed the punishment of TII I n.1 which had been raided. On the contrary,it rathar that it has brought great candidates for the Legislature. If they refuse 'sion going o to the fourth year, the blab

t come to the 14th of February, 1940, whichproved TY-N1NF. STRIPES to be inflicted on any person rlw with tho food it fed on." Groups of angry country; and they wish some efficient reform\ evade it the people are still unable to pay specie, !
if ,
sold who should from his purchaser! to answer, or they although
thus ,
disastrous. and at allcorners be "
t so At half past 12 at indignant bankites BBC whigs were seen I lof which these evils may
how do like this specimen of IInrri. that system, by such candidates circulation reduced from
Reader, that a
; loud noise heard yom of the street*; come discussed' I merits of take it for granted
t a accompanied best 19,0.
was may
sonivn! in addition to the Ohio case, and even the and the bar.keepers mix. avoided. They are pledged to use their 106,000,000a! reduction
question; HOUIU swore banks unableto
if the
; by a slight trembling of the ground, which worre than: that, for the law specially} includes ed and Mined juleps and cocktails with remarkable far their as legislators will vote to tax them, b > What alm
exertions as power cent but
so ruin
grew every moment moro violent' and awak. WOMEN as well as mm to be "whipped to full an i m a I ton." of Territory pay the interest. per and dir conU
encd the inhabitants from their At thirty-nine lashrs.:* I extend, to bring the Banks the result from such 'a state of
iI sleep. Again : I may Now, there is, at this very time, a pros. things

.t 1'r, half past 3 in the morning, whilst the rain fell ABOLITION & WHIGERY.TttUmonyofthc I "It i is true that ninny were disposed! to get angry : to a sound and healthy condition. They of the Bank of Pensacola not be'ing a. tfons entered into with a circutatjaij000,000 Ob5

; in torrents, a violent shock was felt: the people .N }'.Slar, a leading "If'h'g jwrnal. with the editor, because he did not at once give up j feel and deeply deplore the evils attendant on pect with a state of universal

could hardly keep their feet, the houses But while HO havo dono this, as a matter of the name, and gave !ooso tc their feelings in loud we now have, thro' ble to pay the interest on the bonds. They 'I oerctnt
business confidence
the depreciated currency and
were hnken, and most of the buildings fell. justice and right, and endeavored to rescue them and angry words. But among the whigs were lhoe I are held by the U. S. Bank, or have \been have to b cl

: In many places the earth opened and closed [the Whig party of New York] horn tho obloquyof who were cool, and \\hofc influence was sufficient the mismanagement of the Banks. transferred that bank to some Europeancapitalist. with under a diminished circulation net,.
connection with the fanatics bound to restrain the violence of the rash und the head- taxing the by
we nre to
any decidedly opposed
.7 again. Nothing WHS left undamaged, and on 'f'I10w I They are fifty per cent, in a state of uniyeranjconfidence.
of the Territorybe *
to admit that a parland NO INCONSIDERABLE: long Pensacola Shall the people I of.
f the 15th of February, nature seemed to have PORTION of tho Whig party in this State is did tho Editor of the Star know that people, to pay the interest on the taxed to this interest 1 I .

attained tho highest point of fury. An extremely lincturod, and tlrongly too, with Abolition feol- fact ? How did he know the extent of influ. I Bank bonds, should a call be made on the pay: I What act of Mr. Van Buren's
I violent shock was felt; men and ani. irgOTho such ST. JOSEPH TIMES. ami
New York Star of .later """e which could be exerted these "cool i i Territory for payment. I tion, caused either this
enco by
) 4 mals hastened in terror to the water side, and a dutc.fays : tho Banks We thank the editor of the Times for the
connection with t
a filled all the boats without distinction of rank. fear, from recent indications, that tho udmiuislra- whigs," over infuriated men, stimulated into They have no Banks, or the consequent If
lion of is too much inclined to lo the and distinct notice he has been pleased to 8UpD.
Albany yield and have no interests separate complimentary
"When the of tho and there was, what was it 1 No
p fury storm was past, influences of thu Abolitionists, in which case it high excitement, by fancied injuries, and "ju. of and exertions in pretends to-
from that of the body of the people take of us, our anticipated
I the poor Inhabitants had in some measure re. will ho necessary, at nil hazard.: to counteract the leps and cock-tails?" Is the drill so perfect, : great say there was-and yt it is attempted to lay
covered their how influence." the Territory. Their interests, as does that the cause of those great principles with the
'r fright, thuy perceived com- that they can be wrought up to this highest ; the blame on him because he t
I plete their ruin. Men's possessions were laid HARRISON'S SL VERT Onsioxa.-The following state excitement and then cooled down at I of the great body of the people, are identified success of which we believe the happiness President. As well blame happe 1 b

; waste, the most costly spices and numerous extracts are fr"m a "or k'e II with the existence of a sound and stable and prosperity of our country depends. We te 9bi
i .other and buried GDI. liar iM>n'd in"J1C'clinn, nnd! acknowledged as the bid of these "cool whigs" and "indignant wind at Natchez, or the late rains
productions were spoiled feel that unless the people 1 tako this occasion, however, to cor. t h
the 2 d 1 irM.. l.unxel!, to contain lib currency. They must
by opinions
is under ruins; not a piece of furniture saved, Isle as bankitcs? If it be, it is indeed time that the I injure our cotton crop.
in rotation to public matters. I have that t, there can be no social or political reel an error into which he has flen.Ve
and not one stone house in all Ternate rer people should look about themselves, and pone :Two causes combined to produce the
b. ShuuH I be askfd, II them i ill no way by which. II are not ultra Anti-Bank, as that expression is ex.
r T mained standing. Even Fort Orange, which ills Gci.cral Government can uid the l'lIUIiO of K- der on the tendency of things. prosperity. generally understood. We are ultra Anti- pansion. The los sustained by the bank of
: }d' has withstood several earthquakes for these manripali, I answer, I thai I it /hax long irrn all vb- The Star the United States her
that prompted
I Again : goes on to say, Bank, as regards the present system of bank. t expand t
while sur/.llIrt.j TICKET :
two hundred has jed iitai to my heart lo t e the uftht I TilE CONSERVATIVE BAMC l
;. '%. ,I casion and years the, welfare given and way to thfe oc. I I rtnut aj'jnopnaltd! to that object. With the s.inr- the course of the evening, a few of the more YiUiam P. Duval, of Leon, ing established in the United States, and par. her utmost limits. She had an additional mo-

; truly : importance m Ition of !IIII'! States ho'din the slaves, there apptart excited whigs or bankites, as they have been of Gadsden ticularly so with reference to the bank system tive. Her managers knew that, as a
z Tercate Charles II. Dupont, matter
to our Government is lost. The be. ilutionalobjection) to its ring
u coat !
to in the chartersof
|.i me exhibited
I: "private'injury is estimated 900,000 1lorins.I applied, unbracing 11111 olily| the colonisation oltiiose called young men full of fun and mischief,' John J). Edwards, of Jefferson, of the Territory, as banks. We cannot well of course, when their bank expade tie

\\i?; I The shocks were felt at Gildi and Tideri, but that mil)' 'be otherwise"f ollt'I.' ,"freed, but the purchase met at one of the hotels with an individual- Madison Livingston, of Madison.Of conceive our three the great possibility of the adoption of t State banks would do thp They were
: no damage was done; thanks to Heaven, no of IIoJi-loIH: ",Ag.i'n; whom many: |prejudices, were entertained the above, :Mr. Duval is Attorney for find in the aware that the consequence would a
intridittt iutt ss than what we
Il'nthf tu Congr worse b ss.
J thing
:_ lives were lost. Most of the people will the proportion first thai ptrton all the cmintiy ,hovc1IbtourI his, on interference aci'ooiit of with his! connexion limo local ulTiirs with the of loco the Tern-focos, the Union Bank. Mr. Dupont is a large any charters of those institutions. I pension on the part of the banks, and they

;. leave the island and settle elsewhere.- (which' lI.iiit.r no inhabitants, was free from lI lie.ibj..rl stockholder-is and has been Director fora metalic that the in the
I lory, li.ougii a foreigner, as well as on account of a But we arc not for an exclusive I hoped pressure money

..\... Dutch Papers, July 28th. I t. ion made MI.SMJUII! 1 and AU.MITTEH Arkansashould INTO sonIc reported pis'agcs ofhis) previous history" and long time, and has aided in bringing the currency currency.Ve think that a system may be I and in the pecuniary concerns of the met
July wait generally known as Canada Brown. Il in ppl
;i .. TJie Boundary (lrll'st on.-The report of: IT." asserted Dial he was assaulted with disrespectful cf the Territory into its present con. devised by which the benefits to the people '! generally, might b used effectually pro.

:;.:,;t' Col. Mudge and Mr. Featherstonhaugh! had | I am accused of brirjj: fncndly to slavery.i ;! .- I lanjua e, threatened icith haninrt ai.d so on, if lie dition. He has participated in that misman. will far exceed its ills ; by which the bill!! I duce a recharter of a National Initnton.I .
i From earliest 10 ilic moment, I Ij JI did leave ."
my youth present not town within three Jay* holder secured, and the tendency to
t been communicated to Parliament, forming a I have been the ardent fiicndof, hnmi.i; liberty.. At agement of the Bank, which has renderedthe may b contractions of the I They acted sagaciously to attain their object
What admirable is here exhibi. these and
vast expansions
I A): volume of 88 folio pages. It had not yet the ope of l'iltc'n.: I became a ;MEMHKll:: of an an feeling currency of :Middle Florida what it is. checked and I -and their only hopes of success arises &on
t r. .t, been published, but the times of July 31 has | ABOLITION SOCIL'1 ettabhthed in Richmond ted Prejudices were entertained against bank circulation. may b con
The other two on that ticket are stockholdersin I their which they caused
Virginia, the objvit of which was to ftmciioI trolled. pressure
a long and bombastic article about it, from him "from connection with tlieloco focos! ,
the condition of .flave. and their the Union Bank, and are doubtless con.
rate \pricuro We be mistaken in thinking thus but for this special
which we learn that it "goes the w hole fifjre. ] freedum by every legal me.ii. :My: vcncraMcfriend Is this the social spirit of Whigism ? Is this sidered by the Bank party as pledged to justify may for of; the purpose.
I thinking thus, we arc a reform
The other of the
'fl'I in supporting the pretensions ol Great : j udge'Ga Ich.of Clermoiit wan also\, cause suspension wu tfie
f. coanly the spirit of Bankism ? Shall a difference of the Bank and its Directors in the course whole and not for its extirpation.
; ; linlain: and even sets up a claim to portions member of this :OorietGlut has Intcly ;urii inca heretofore and also system, avarice of the banks and bankers, stimulating
have to
: : '; til" what has heretofore been recognized with.fr.t' \ certificate: that I was one." political sentiment justify outrage and insult they pursued, We are willing to make the experiment of a
-- --- aid them in carrying out the views and policy | the people into speculation by their proffer
--- -
out dispute, as part of the State of Maine\ j jWe I IS upon a peaceable and unoffending citizen 1 Reform, with an absolute certainty that it will o
Democratic Ilcpiiblirau Ticket. of the Bank loans and discounts. The loans and discounts
party.If diminish the evils that banks of circulationmay
If this he the of so ,
ought to be thankful, no doubt, that the I spirit Whigiain and Hankism,
I they are consistent, we may: considerthem be retai.ted. should however increased from three hundred million 1830lofae
1" whole of New England is not set down as FOR SENATORS: OF TilE .MIDDLE DISTRICT. it is destined to be a greater curse to all our experience I i
modest commissioners iMessrs. i i as"virtually pledged to vote for taxing show that no system of banks of circulation hundred millions in 1837 Need we
;: j British ground by the JAMES: A. BRRTIIELOT, of Leon, social institutions, than ever entered into the thc interest of the Pensa.
'! Mudgc and Fcathcrstonhaugh.I ]I I f ISAAC lTJlGrxOXJr.of Gadsden, the people, to pay can be established but what these desolating look to any thing else as producing change
't imagination_ its warmest opponents.The cola bonds, should a demand for payment be and contractions must take
I I The following paragraphs arc given as ] ELI AS E.:: fll1('h1J IJILof Jr/crson, expansions from prosperity and happiness in 1836 to
I public here has the Stars own mitigated made on the Territory, or to vote for raisingthe place. with their concomiiont deteriorating our
i the conclusion of the repot t. ,I JAMES S. BELL, oj Hamilton. I situation at
!t We report, that 'c have found a line of 1 account of the matter at the time. Now, amount of i interest by and through the moral influences.then we will be willing to say present.

,C highlands agreeing with the language of the ,: FORTIIE: nousi: (II' REPRESENTATIVES.( : however, it wants to make out that it was all credit of the Territory, to be ultimately paid !I" Away with all banks circulation. Xoth- 'Vhig Opinions of Gen. HarriMB.

il t second article of the treaty of 1783, extend. i! x..t T1l.LYIII.I 11' 1V1 I1KER, nothing. taxation.. : ing can compensate for the demoralization of Many of the Wliigs think very slightly
Both tickets before the The
:.., ing from the northwesternmost head of the I I DAXIEL J). McRAEXY, I Moreover, we arc authorised to btate, that are people. the people, even if we are disposed to overlook their candidate for the Presidency. The
for the the Banks
1 one goes People against the sacrifice of the pecuniary inti-xests,
i Connecticut river, to the sources of Chau. JOSEPH n BRANCH
: National
: the has declared
:! afterwards
on stated
morning a gentleman here their interests in opposition. The IneUger.er
it', diere, and passing thence in a northeasterly THOMAS R.-tI,'rZRI T,. come I consequent on the system. Why shall we
,, 'tp direction, south of the Iloostuc, to the bay of ._ h ____ -_ -- --_ -__ j that he had the evening before prevented the other goes for the Banks against the People. sacrifice the vital icterct of the many to the him to b a mere SECOND RAT Mum,"

t' Chat tlr 1 A CORn'TIO'e: arc told that we demolition of the office; that an individual had The one goes for confining the Banks within I cupidity of the few? and that it would never do to stoop" to tale

:I J -, t;. Vvrc further report, that there does not 1 were mistaken in stating that the Log Cabin : said to him that he had twenty men, who their proper sphere of operation, and for requiring .. We believe there are but few men in the him as a candidate, when they had such mea

J J.J.'f: ercist in the disputed territory any other line [I which was lately paraded through our streets, were ready: to pull the office down, ifhe said of them such a course of management country who have brought their minds fully Clay and Webster. It is notorious at

tp. of liijthland, which is in accordance with I and gladdened the hearts:: of the Conservatives the word, and that he had told him not to do of their concerns AS will restore the currency to prefer a purely metallic currency ; and Washington, that Mr. Clay has been for
: second article the of and to a sound and healthy condition. The these have been to it their
the ot treaty 1783, \ was drawn along by mules. It was it, and that in consequence thereof, he thought other I the of" Conservatives persons impelled by )-ear in the habit of speaking of him
boldly assume name
that the line which claimed the of keen sense of the which the
f.; on part injuries present
'!i that noble animal, the horse,that had that hn.Ii the office was saved from being ton to pieces. j" they! justify the course pursued the i: the most disparaging terms. This B well
4. the United States, as the lii.e of highlands of"a ; system of banks of circulation have broughton
: 1783,does not pans nearer than from 40 to nor conferred on him. t! We also find in the St. Augustine News a Bank, in its three years and more of suspension the One extreme is apt to gen. known to Gen. Harriso-i and his friends; and

,; 50 miles of the northwestern head of the Ii We did not sec the thing, but heard the I letter from some one of the party here, who ; and openly, even in their very name crate countr.opposite ; and the excess of the it i principally to that circumstance that, at

r;L _7 Comm: ccticutri er,and! thcret re has no pretentious observation made, in earnest as we thought,,,' was concerned in these disturbances, giving a itself; avow their wish to keep things as they system of circulating paper promises to pay geat"hig in procession the back at Baltimore and,Mr.Mr.[
i.: ; to be put forwardas the line intended I by some one, as we passed along the street. I detail of the circumstances. In that letter the arc-that is, to oppose any measure that may has engendere in some minds, a feeling of Webster ostentatiously thrust forward the
tend to limit the of the Banks to a
the of 1783. power pro. of the entire
fr- by treaty We did not know but that, as Tom Cnrwin"had writer says : distrst system. Harrison is most decidedly
The Times the the substance duce a similar state of things, in the currencyof but they prominent ma.
"r gives subjoined as paraded through some parts of Indiana, 4lle.Mr. Sibley! "refused to ?ne up the author. They may b right ; are not s nnd fur Webster, either Hanisou's .
the Tetritory has been in the last four anti-Clay a
of tho result arrived at the commis.I render it
; by WE THEN: TIIK'-ATENKU: IF HE DID OT.I plainly right a inexpedient to endeavor -
drawn by sixteen oxen, as a mark of humility', whenever it shall be to the interest of successor, should he be elected,or a
siontrs... I THAT III'Ul'nCE.1I0ULl: : "* years to the and what
tt.t COME DOWN. reform system, see a
t I land to the occupants of log cabins, thc Bank to produce it. the next Bank candidate,should Harrison b
have ascertained rcppcct reform will do. it. .
satisfactorily But fails then
;1 They by a what need of all this when we have in I we can recur defeated.
.f strict investigation of the J face of the and as significant of the purcness of his democracy PEOPLE OF FLORIDA: Choose ye between to a metallic, with moral
; country the columns of the Star the demonstrative currency, a ceretainty
The Times late NOT.
l t by an industrious perusal and comparison of so our Conservatives here might I them. Are you in favor of things remaining that it combines the greatest with Wheeling too, s a

I charters, treaties, transfers of territory, and think that it would look democratic-like, and evidence of individuals of their owparty, as they are, with a depreciated currency of the fewest" evils. (0 last, thus speaks of Gen. Harrison :

r other historical records, the absolute and in. certifying positively and expressly to that some tiO to 50 per cent ? and are you in favor I I If Gen. Harrison U the nominee, we d(not
be let aristocratic animal
::. disputable conformity between the intent and popular, not to so an which the Committee and the Star both assert of a system of banking such as that at GOKE'iY OF ILLINOIS.A care much what they do I The putriD power
as the\ horse have any thing to do with their which the evils of letter of Governor Kenny, of Illinois, is hire torn down every good thing on which they
: : I spirit of the treaty of 1783, and the demar. did not exist This may seem strange and present, by expansions, could their hands hare prostrated ill i iI .isI

I cation of territory orignally contended for by :exhibition, but would give that honor to the incredible to our readers, but we beg them to contractions, and suspensions, must necessarily running the round in the Whig papers, a a j t I I. their power lay ; bate deranged.; they oar domestic and ftr-
t Great Britain ; that no portion of the "disputed" I humble mule. It was thus we innocently fell compare the extracts below, taken from the and inevitably occur periodically 1 If sort of bon lonche, as a capital thing in favor ein relations,and we DO NOT BELIEVE GEX

.3 territory districts ever could, under tho into the mistake. so, vote the Conservative ticket. If other. Whigism.. As the of it HARRISON: HAS THE CArAC1TYt..nnl
letter of the Committee dated 10th Aug. with. wise the Democratic Whigs approve a this tan.led skein we do not beliete he aww
: authority of that treaty, or uny color of jus. vote Republican ticket. ; ea
lice have been claimed by tho United The Late Disturbance our City the certificate published in the Star but two. -- --- few comments may be useful. The Governor what ho. been wrongly done; we would much rt
Taxes lo Pay he Interest the timer the other would have the respoasiWiSJ 1
Conscious that the moral of the oil party
I 4lr: .States ; that the award of the king of Holland sense more I days subsequent. The correctness of that s9 of it all than place it iu the handi of a Wbi J
; sober and reflecting portion of our citizens Rank Bonds.Mr. "n'hfn Uf Jacksou retired from t-ffica, he left t "
which transferred to the republic about ,I certificate is vouched for by the Star, which t and that WHIG INCOMPETENT.

4m three-fiflhs of the disputed territory," was has been shocked at the scenes of oulnigu characterises the certifiers as''gentlemen well: : Bembry his come out with the decln. and the government hippy situ.ihon in a,than more any properouJ other nation independent on earth But times a changed ; and the Inteflu

, $ ;) t? founded on erroneous data, and on entire ignorance lately exhibited in this city, both the Star and 1 I known." ration of his jews on this subject. "I will j''I' and what kt me ak, is the condition of the couu- : gencer and the Times a now engaged i

I' of facts which have been subsequent. the usurping committee endeavor to make the: From the Star. .devote my best: efforts to prevent the t further ,try now?" lauding and glorifying the General t the

'_.. I ly developed; that the award of tho sovereign, impression that it was nil a matter of nothing:' !!I "'1'111'(;overnltr continue'-"Several }*rnnn run.iifdcd issue of Territorial bonds, and to resist any [ And what is the condition of the country 7i skies. .

if accepted by tho parties, could never have with the Flondian. I'rens What is the of that condition ?
.p .t -merely some little personal flairs not wor., were all..d. aid project for impoMng: a tax to pay the inter. I i cause What
beeu executed under any circumstances, the a aInlItill made lo tear down the nlfice." Tin I act of the administration of Mr. Van THE OBJECT IN GETTING UP TiE LOG
cst on such l binds which Buren
of consideration-and that there be claim.
.structure of the cuumry interposing thereto thy public we chargeIn! ; bo pure romance.: Tin- Governor has: any may j SKIN EXHIBITIONWe
rr- physical and irremovcable obstubles ; that so was not any thing justify nn apprehension; not a particle of IcMimony, tending-, : how that h by the fraudulent failure of any bank hold. I i has caused this change of condition-this CABIN & COON detaiW
14i far from the smallest fraction of the disputed I the part of the proprietors of this paper, or ol..I any i lit)party II pp's medilalcdany*." violence toward. the Florid .. mug 111l'm." This is too indefinite. There 1''changeof excess prosperity and happiness'! confession find, in tbe candid Ohio and Statesman intelligent Whig,

I territory falling within the line of tho United the public authorities, that the peace of the Extract from the letter of the are too many qualifications in it, and it permits into what it i now? What has been the cause by a the
self-appointed in
of the of the getting up
I II I object
,.4 States, a rigorous construction of authorita. !lofit j 1 not sufficient party
1 community was likely to bo disturbed by any Committee of future evasion*. Mr. Bembry I i to cast blamo on the more
: may the
i iI : Cabin exhibitions with which
it tive documents, would actually prove a just attempt to pull down the office of the Flori- I "IL appear Hit t the Governor has, in It lime of i I not intend any thing of the kind, but it is best : President, because it occurred durir-g his ad. Log become
't title on the part of England, to a portion of I I''ministratiou. sober portion of the Whig party its h
: what has heretofore been regarded as tho dian.Ve were not in the city at the time, peace and quiet) IH our city, when nothing had oc. i I always to express whatever is intended for I must b shown that it ,,a Such insulting
i-ured of a moro nerious character than i I 1 disgusted. mummery
;i I .Stalo of Maine itself; and that, in fine, the and cannot, therefore, say any thing from our irardt between 011I4. of our citizen., in a some Ieanrry cauie: I the public C)e, in so plain and
'iI, conclusion upon which certain "official agents personal knowledge; but independent of whatwe of private quarrel," / c. Ac. ncr that there shall be no doubt or dispute a. I!tration. before the blame can b rightly attributed j I The remarks of

of tbe republic hare rested the American hear from others, we want nothing but Signed! bv-"/fro. /'. Dural, "',,,. It'yatl.: D. F. ',I bout-the meaning of what is said. to him. I it j is not designed to appa. extract
H iI. T. U'zeau.A. .\1. the Whig, bloW
I. II.
Ja. a..llitl,
: C&FC, in lead of being the l legitimate results the columns of the flry. Mr. Van Buren into the administration f mt .
i what has appeared in Star ant, nJJ'. Taylor, 7os. nrolNC,J. U. Hll.! The first qualification that Mr.Bcmbry puts came shows that to ignorance that the Lg

.of practical investigation, are unsubetantial) itself, to satisfy ourselven: and the public that Now read this from the Star of the 25lh ult: in is, that it must l he a "fraudulent faUurf," on the 4th of :March, 1836. The Banks bu mummer i is directed. CaD it b that
inventions, brought forward in the absence of
all real investigation 1 there wa every reason to apprehend that fur. Wo tho undersigned, do hereby certify from our I thus leaving it to be inferred that if tho Territory I suspended specie payments in May of h next the people of these U. States a 50ignorant g
conveying erroneous
r B idens of the nature of the country,and calcu.I ther outrage nnd violence was contemplated; from personal having: knowledge headed,*that mob Mr.for the'V'd1'1130; ,..u far t! shall be called on to pay the interest! year, in consequence of a demand for specie s utterly incompetent to
purpose oflcaring
Jatcd to mislead not only their own aiuhori. the main object of which was the demolitionof do n the office of the Flori-'isn' DID) ACTUAl. I or the principal of these bonds, he will voteto to pa.the foreign balances. Universal distress -I emmt that appeals to ? la ignorance mummery e w
I made
ties, but public opinion in the United States the office of tho Floridian, the destruction of (I.Y SUIM'KKSS: BY HIS INFLUENCE: SUCH I tu the people for that purpose, provided then came on the country. Now whatwe tus efficiently and judgme at!
ACT: VIOLENCE, and that: during thc take the place of reason
_, i and in" Europe, us to the merits of the qucs- its tyres and press, and the consequent BUS. of I Ihe same day, he (AUlon) ro..c from hi* bed IlIght, and I I failure\ of the bunk to pay is not a fraudulent want to know, is, what measure or measures What the people I .

tion. pension of the (publication of this journal until from the window of his chamber railed: :: lo a crowd failure. Is that what Mr. Bembry I of the administration between March I Will say the pw the(?"*
you bY
WHIG ABOLITIONISM. I the approaching election was over, or !bo who bildil were, boisterous hereupon, urging all noise idem and Iu disperse disturbanceceaned. and means 7 We hope he \\ill come out and ex. 1836 and May 1837, changed this prosperous I inj a place ;in your gnrto from a tlCof

It u an old proverb, that 44 straws shew i nearly 80. This may have been supposed to ." Signed i plain. and happy condition of the country -a log caLm: in ersatioa. with *_".LU.

'_ 4 which way the wind blows ;" and small! be an object of greater importance than it ''.VitlI tin tlT.tl/tl'elJa., I). 11. .ll'm.'lm .,11.IF.H'yaU.H', Taylor.Gt,. "O McMul-' Again: Wo should like to know how the into one of ruin and distress. I I1 don,Being upon engaged in. political cont topi of iho d*/'U.,btA

lung unerringly indicate the tendency of feel.I really is, but the circumstances fairly warrant Now is it possible for say contradiction to fact of the "fraudulent tailure" is to be ascertained None can b pointed out. No one has io from of and the knowing post the, Doctor.eTerai to b rutJ a "

ings and opinions. Wo call the attention of the conclusion that such was the ot cct. The be more palpable and gross. Comment is 7 Who is to b the judge 7 Is Mr. ever pretended to point out any. Yet Gov. I utensy prent reading and good Iitcrlt7 atil

AMlr readers to the facts developed below : Floridian being removed, the Conservative needless. We have but to observe to the Bembry to be the judge in the matter / Kenny pretends to attribute the chang in I ld .promineni Whig, I acked the Dt 1 t I '

,i the would have & clear from the SUe some inscrutable and unknown I ject of the Whig party in parading f
,e Abolition petitions presented at prcsa sweep Star, that any carpenter's apprentice, of six But we should like to know, what differ. to streets log ten cooj. hard cider bW'I

: JaiL Congrell\, 4,079 'ADneo to the Perdido, and any possible! quan.. month's standing: will .tailthings better once it will make to tho people of the Territory Mr. Van Buren, a if he were responsible for I lurc and uhia picture? The Doctor w that tt

1 Presented by Whigs 3,700 might be put the if tho suspension of the Banks and i the house the statistical account L
turn imposition ( upon peo. they have to taxed to these for the P'
by Democrats, 203 together, than this seems to have been done b pay I. wela 1M of Ohio, thirty thousand
with scarcely a chance: disabusing their bonds and the interest them foreign demand for specie. i sat and the
Petitions members not pie by it and the party. on whether it arises I who d not know how to read BBTLjwich
t presented by
veprecenlug Stale in which the minds of abe perversions and impositions to The from fraud on the part of the bank or: The cause, however, is plain enough, and person in th U. State abut Uiree* Mwr .1
continuon"Severs I thousand and tH these are .a
petitiaaer* reat&od : Whigs 1,317 which they would be exposed. connocled with the Floridian press, ware amilcd perrons, otherwise? Will it not b equally hard and cannot escape the eye of any who will search approaching, t with Irnbi.b c

Pemoerttc, 7 It would uaiurully bo expected that the and a. ihre.il was made, la lear down the o ffiae.' '_ oppressive on the people i the one case the for it with 1 view of finding it. Look at tb w.. Ut .tem pwtion, ue ooc*their p.

The member from New Uan>phire, which Star would gire a* mild an ccounl! ol the This wo charge be pure romanc**,"-St rt other 7 *a I circulation of bank paper in 1837 and at this .,oa are excited ..1 tem a T tsJkU1'5 t* ,
and themes l w can
State is strongly-Dam.cralic.refuse altfgrdtrrtnr whole series of outrage as possible< It says : .. He (Mr. Sibl, .PER y) refused CONTRA.u give, f tip the :author. Another qualification is, that the pledge present time, and or.rde will see at once oberMJ a Jet that 'the democratic party b4. cbl.'ht

<< -.eut any Ato&iaa_petition! "At Ui. tin appointed they spla eajlad; but WE THEN. THHEATENED THAT IF HE of Mr. Bembry extends only to the the powerful cause o all the DU now attend object upon the leaders .f .th .i py.
;iMte.4 .r tl.. incarnation raifht, they found a DID NOT THAT HIS OFFICE SHOULD bond the and business but I bad imer met on. who wtil wiU.t -
. C5T Wektra, by; the News,&at Governor l btur(.ro UM 4ilnrataUnf a1I1. did net teal l at COMB DUWN.It-7 lld4l M* WMc.vrup.ndeis t Md by the banks Now, Mr. B. ought to I in punir concerns of the Mu and tbwktd him Cor 'e

_i t :/iaro BMucaed: SL Ao ustioe, ca the 23tU MMXir t* give uptime "", u"l..nd" )eI'inJ.t..... / JU SLJufuttin* ),nu. know that none. of the bond are held by 1 1 of lbs whig pr.

_' '..-. He WAS nui by the 'i City turds," appear reur...at for all UM Mtl COd f rM dotjr.h. ttok.either Th to it letter. mtletne did not Does the Star know who the, Whig cor. bank, except we are to conmder in that con.t Cirevkaton of the B i d truth* O<.Yfrfr UM t statement is confirm lbrTb -

11 r :.ccottdiatotown. \vaorftcaireJ if, or t 'lh*ir f/ieudj; to whom it wu respondent of the New ii ? Is it pot his .dition some of those giYl to !Union Bank, 6,0.0 I 18. 10o 183S. !,4<,< 0OQO.. looO Is adriu o tbi persons present, .:

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Froti.. A" Yorder &prtU. ofthe contest, in the opinion of the Telegraph. to
differ .
of the Secretary of the Treasury.ihe The expression is about ; but it so happens that in the i to the variations in the weather and .' -- .
a I -
"Tb. striking and is de. -
one question upon < _
of the ; .
--1 1
ofdrafla .
dwltnl is
at poinU, involved .4AVCTIOY4EEB
currency the J favorable anyI ---
.will" rived from change, manifest a disposition i T 1st of Letters remaiaug ia tie Of '
Jrbfirary and thai a custom several of the whole I POl m
high-handed we among subject of which JLJ fice'at : .
11I011 controversy divides
i come into Flagon the lit I
it *t If the bolder of these drafts I I Asiatic rulers the market at the present low rates Taahu ,
b.rcI on to make way with their brothers i iI democracy from the if not taken months o'Sep
"Inr aristocracy-the im that U.an they .
b' and hire been considering
them for payment, they I I and other near relatives who passible gulf which the average harvest is se. to the Genera! Post Office dead lelUn.Anderson ANDCO1SSOfl '
separates of .
or Iftail IN'hI accident' a day IdDgerU might contend cured, the prospects are more in lavor the
clellY cf
rept, by whom they are drawn thinksliSSderU : with them fer the Ie throne." The I freedom and equal rights from the advocates article than otherwise. Wnliri Johnson AP Merchant
Telegraph Business Allen
ihl Man. '
at Johnson SALE DAY3 Wedp .
of and
turned! back to Washington,, applies this to the contest a splendid government, privileged orders cheater continues but Allen) Charles Calyi day Stirday& _
r now going on, and the demand for ) Lively]
.pff'.bere'be ii eompo disunt e section
"107 other be laid, of mercantile that it is i upon this, Mr. Webster was loAhamVm Lambr Robert 2 Will be .DAY ( 5A
would any ) ,
a contest
who Ba Sy
now as to shall have the not so inconsistent WHIGISM & dANK FEDERALISM lizell it Anderson Robert 1
1798. 2
as first or
boold give in payment of a jort demand I might at appearin Barker *., at 11 .
throne" WmJBlackledge
fMII thai draft Boston and or the power of Government Mr. I opposing of his There indicative of the Limerick Melsnda 'c ,
tile bank or a on every measure administra. a to many
on sigs ( James 1O.OOO Ibt.of BACON a HAMS
cheCk beetsthe holder happened to keep it a day in Van Buren or the Banks. Not Mr. Van I, tion, for all the leading measures of that ad. (fact that these two ae one and the same, Bro. wn Handy Lawless l-ovell Lieut Lawrence Cbs Sam MIDDLINGS SHOULE p I\C ,
of should be refused .
hit pocht: ,lie payrrenl it when returned, Buren as an individual-because the contest ministration had reference to that very sub. wit some little modification. Byr Lloyd Jackson AIwgnecker Thj attention l. pbi d I Ibis lot ) ,
il.ltead PVi11 I
!rt.er, ject-the I Oritlon Lieut Forbes of Bacon .as the nl
th. would be Nor this Samuel I
tDd tho Talbu
I .bo. ld fire draft on Arkansas, Missouri, same if Mr. A, or B, or C, or currency. was questionof "In the great political contest of 1800, the city Bal ch Henry S McDonald Michael Tfrms a credit ol1It JanoaiT i ,. "
1obim Would the char. D recent origin : it had been of of Richmond Va. I la. approved
matter ,
other remote point not was the candidate of the Democratic I con. save about 254 rotes for John Brownen Stephen M.ller L paper. HACKLCV o
Cr.0,118 be wholly blasted, .. to ho- party troversy, dividing the two Adam. ; of those, survive and _
or.ocb: a houso -but between great political par. : with one ex Brown Joseph B2 Edward ep 4 6 Auctioneer.
1cler A promjltneu1 The arne character will!]! him as the representative of ties almost from the formation of the ception, they now go Harrison. Richmond Byrd Capt James H Myers Andrew .
B IDd lor j" ht to attach to the Government for iimiar! the principles of that party and the Banks. ment, and drawing the line of demarkation govern urrive gave but 91 tel for Jefferson; of these, 6 only Bryant Thos S Moore 2 CMoore'Wormly Will be old at Public Auction
and Christopher
toDdoct" The Telegraph is right. That is the na. between the democracy and the aristocracy Buren., .This, with is a one exception of go for"Mr. Van Berry Lewis R 2 On SATURDAY th 12 i .
fpeir the Bu
the above as one instance a. statistics laYs llockCsjtE D 2 McCaclairSMcClendenMrsEIizabelh The WEARING APPAREL .
ture of the -the followers Richnond Bag do
We contest, and the editor of that jour. of Jefferson aed the disci. Enquire.6 which cannot much err."- Ba rnard Billy .
of the and misCitations i The casdLtorti count, R.J. IIACKLEY,
perversions of '
hundreds nal no doubt felt it so strongly that he made pies Hamilton-as distinctly as they are political faith are living monument' of their Baily Dr Joseph 1 Melrose Thomas 2 lp Auctioneer.
of the Federal Whig now drawn I -the ., Brown Patrick
press. tke confession between Daniel "Webster and Republcal oftltr. : Merry Lorenzo
without I
reflecting on the bear. Gen. -- -- A_ Black Neat Morris Robert & New England Rum,
it is not true that if the and the --
l first place, ing l it would have on the motives and which respective parties with J::T We are authoritod to announce WILLIAM I Branch Albert Mubry James American GmCogn and common

Lit be not presented within the time that the: pies of his friends the princf of they are identified. In this question D. A10SELEY, Elq. and Major JOHN L.T AY. Blucles Mrs Julia A Morris Thomas Brandy, Madeira Malaga and Claret Wines,
\ whom) it is drawn u thinks proper," Whigs. currency, is involved the subject of a LOn a the Democratic candidates to represent I Bradley Ez< kiel McCluskey Charles Havana white and double-refined Lf Sugar
agent Ofl Who, then, is to govern: the country? Shall national bank, a protective tariff a system of tho county of Jeffcrfcon in the next Legislative Carpenter Win T Mills James M Crown'*, Myers', and common Span b

that the agent is authorized to refuse payment. it i be the Banks, or shall the principles of the internal improvements, the assumption of the i Coulcil. __ __ July 18. Cater Martin 2 Moyor Daniel Raspberry C igarsIlavana: & Lemon CofFoe.Spcrni Syrcp, Candle,landed No. 1 sap.
discretion the Ca &C. tons
ip matter. Jacob Munroe &c
The agent has no Democratic Republican party of 1798 debts of the respective States by the General ( 'Y care authorised to announce WIL Cady Mores George Mr I bri" Luna, and f>rae by

The time within which the draft must be pre. represented through their various as Government, and the collateral and minor LIS ALSTON, as a candidate to represent Capron lames 'Ic.\lister Lucretiaow1 Elizetl May 30. SPKNGLER &LY. IAN.
sented)}is prescribed by the Department ; and I for the Presidencyand candidates questions of policy growing out of all these Leon County in the next Legislative Council. Cc: Mr Nichols: Henry Bacon Shies

bolder of the draft does not present it other offiees, hall they combined, and which together constituted COlnelJame Nelson Th/lla P 3 0 casks just landing schr Urchin, and
if the govern the country, as they did the creed of the I. rr Newsam Cupl D P F for sale by
Hhin that time, which time is known to the former through their party, and which R. BERNARD'SRemedy Cady Capl: 2 Neighbanrs' James july4 Sl'ENGLER &. LYMAN.

I ,the Department is then authorized to; representativcs,Jefierson, Madison and they et one time denominated their Ameri. I for Dysentery, Diarrhaa, Summer Ca tron James Allrarlc Neal William

Sired Us payment at any point most conveni. Monroe. This i is for the people to decide. can System., Complaint, Colics, Cramps and Spasms. Cosbct Thus Oliver C.ipt Alfred Ut Flour landing ,from Sugar tic schooner and Co Urchin flee and for

entt-t the Department.: The Hard Cider Part To all these, the democracy are, and I N all the above compliul this Medicine has Cole Carpenter Richard Odum Jesse I J sale by
this ) ever have been proved certain buth children Obrian Jos. I 4 APENGLER & LYMAN.specie .
Express deems a great hardship; The and strenuously opposed. In I remedy to and I July
The brutalizing : .
debasing effect of adult IVunicrnui 2
this Capt
the toBlimnnial
the editor of that journal, we are sure hard cider" early part of his administration, General which be arp given of its I DI viuport Chas 2 Porter Dr John B\ and New Orleans Funds
but well how that provision came into; I electioneering, is becoming so Jackson officially declared his hostility to the efficacy. Prepared may by Roberts.seen where Bernrrd the Medicine i h I Dunn i Mitchal! \O Peacock Dr IIowcI 2 -Forv Inch the highest premium
very Norfolk
\lows but it did not suit him to let his reader I apparent at the North that it has attracted the United States Bank. Mr. Webster and the ForfATein! TalUIiasse, by ,Va DtIUil Green K Powell Miss Mary J will b paid ny SP NGLER it LYMAN.

I the'law who, might be ignorant of the matter, j I attention of the pulpit, and clergymen of all federalists of the country would be ruined sep 4 6 IL\DOLPI & LEWIS. I DiD mpsey vat John P 2 Paine 'IrthO 1 3 June 46

there through its : parties are calling without one ; and when the President vetoed Daniel John Jeremiah RadalUr "ev York, Charleston and Georpia -
.... know that it came Whig public attention to it. It the Strayed, C Randolph Wi M 4 1. Funds ""anted-'or which the
friends.! I, will take years to undo the moral and social tion of that institution, the Opposi. FROM the Subscriber the 24th June, large I Durham Bevorly It"cl Mri Rebecca I highest!)'rrmiunm will be paid.

The history of the case. is this. The bill, j i ills engendered by this Hard Cider ( attempted by panic to create the confu. Horse; he formerly belonged! to Mr. lc- Doggtti/ Wm HJd J June 5_SPENGLgR & LYIAS.
Whigtsm. sion DarlingLot
and Carty, ot St. Marks J R
ruin had fortold. believed be in I
\ Chairman they The Presi. now to I
.. .reported by Mr. right,.tho of Late accounts from Ohio dent that ucigb A liberal I Dews'm B I'uberti: Nathaniel Flour, Bacon, Lard, ltolas'B
that the reward will be
represent removed the 'orhoo. given I
Committee of the Senate, did public deposites from the !
Judirlary for the eaid I i Doggctt Henry Roach J 2 l.. landing
Horse Spencer
the various to house in this
contain this provision ; and it was object-( churches in that State have lost thousands keeping of the bank, and Mr. Webster and c"y- delivery C.P.MAIICK.my I i I Pan:el Conc! Shclman: Roney James P acificamd for Fate: by

not the Whig leaders, that these drafts of their members since the Whigs the Federalists declared the country in a state Tallahassee, Aug 4 G if I|.I.IIve.ct[:' Strums, Her.ry A 2Swain M.y30- SPENGLER. &LYMAN.
: cd by : 'j
of Alniu-
the office of currency ; that 'commenced their appeals to the sensual pas. revolution. lie issued the specie circular: Horatio N NOTICE.
would perform siuits of the people. The designed to save the domain Notice. jcALL soti Josiah Sa.! ey Isaac N 2 i)URING my absence from the Territory
' would from hand* to hand*, aii<* be i Temperance cause public from lliosc Fra"e Smion Abraham James
thev Pass havinsj claims against the Estate Sanforr A. Drake in J Daniel
of are
that would be has also suffered dreadfully. Truly have grasp of speculators, and it to the 1 i j I Fo Robert 2 :llb.eny
put in circulation ; they not I preserve : Metcalf, deceased! will plea' c j' ylh John G Oy att'irizcd agents.
presented for payment 'far a long tune, andthatthey banks been denominated soulless." What actual tillers of the soil, and the public funds sent them to the :Subscriber properly! authenticated tire. '! plotting, Kiciianl J Sntl! Stephen \V m my _atili __ 49 J. H. LU.VN.
care they for the from being swollowed in the and all who are indeMed, to taid FI Ci1n1a1m! GeP Smith James --
would perform the office of large temporal or eternal welfareof up paper of broken >latc, will come( t V Lost or

bank no cs. Tile Whigs therefore moved an the poor deceived people, if they can riot banks: ; and the 'federalists, with Mr. forward and p.iy time same. R. J. i[I!I I }Falclnrlc'r'r.edanr! Alexander!A Smith Saxon Mrs Rev Thira ll"nry A 4 :0TF of hand for twenty-two lUilal. dollars given

amendment, forcing their presentation withu; in the wealth extorted from them ? Webster at their head, declared the measure Agent for A. Metcalf,IBCKLE1 Administrdlor., !, F.her'Vm{ f mith Thomasgmit'.i 1 George to the subscriber, dated
" prescribed time, under the penalty of hav.jiithe I Below is ah account from the Trenton Em. a deliberate warfare of the Government up. sepG, 180. 2m 6 I j, Foole Or Lyman & Uarramanfhcppard -otnc! tune in January for last. All persons are cautioned -
against the
I trading said note. A
place of payment changed! at the dis. :iportum I of a" Hard Cider" meeting at Monmouth on the currency, to be resisted by all means 1 -Notice.-- -- -- -- I GofTJammMGreene Wm B Nelson John reward will bp given to the finder on returning libra te

f cretion of the Treasury Department. The :! New Jersey : fruits and at any sacrifice ; and among the first ALL perrons indebted to the Eltalr of Isaac I I t (Ireen Mrs Mary J Skipper Staples Wilhan: Ja'yv4,1840 43 JAV E3 C. WELLS.DK. .

, amendment was agreed to, and, as far as our I "After dinner was disposed of, the grand of their rcsistcncc was the ten cClIlrebelliou" e are hereby requested to settle the n-e i j Giigor' Dr W W S.lulbuury Henry F. S. BEATTIE

memory serves, there was no opposition to itJiv :scene commenced perfect Saturnalia, baf. t. at Boston. immediately, and all those having demands \ii! ;, Go r.lamm James T Sparkinan Henry HAS rC'lmFt the practice Medicine in all its

Whig member The editor of the thug description. Small boys were seen surrounding present them for settlement. I Hughs 'VI Siokly Joint/ and render his professional scrvices _
any the cabin HARRISON I IN 183G. R. J. IACKLIY, i Harley P G ThomsonV"m to the community.. HU o.Kce is at St. Marks
and I
Express knows all this, and so does perhaps I I', drinking porter other See what the friends of :\(WEBSTER __Fep 5 2m 6 ? AJminiflratur. Halo m Josephllcamy Thornton Benjamin jr .it the 'house ofz. C. Spcr.cer. 1'
Old -
! most of the Whig editors ; but it suits their !,j i it liquors. men, ripe for the tomb, were -- -ELECTiON- -- -- : I Ur Isaac P ThQla AllenTrembcley 18 ic 2:;, [The Star will
OTIciL: copy.
t I _.._n ..D'.w .,..--.prl_n -n.l--- .nll"rPllr""p,1..'. '----'. hI'.n- .u rnIL_._ |I :staggering, ,! around. ,with. large. basins. in their thought of the Tipnecanoe- hero in times .past:: OTICI is Holliook Aaron 2 E L jJTj PRIVATE
t' -I. -
purfU. i ; hereby that I
given an election for Harrcll SALE.
manus i tilled with Uatns PORTRAIT OF HARRISON George W 2 Valentine Henry E
ter, and throw the blame upon the Democrats i intoxicating 1" four members of the House of Representatives I h Hall Licut John } Christopher C 2 I HAVE recered 01 comiigimrnet.and i: will tell.
in Congr Ss. I and imprecations resounded every where. Drawn by the editor of the Bangor Whig of the Legislative Council of the Territory of Flo. j Hi ggins James 1Viiall Capt Wm 3),0 feet fiM quality f JriIc boards;

Another curious feature in this: transaction Brandand whiskey were obtained, and ma. and Courier in 163:>.'36.I riJI for liio Counly of Leon, and for four members Hunter Archibald R Walker N WWilliams 5U,00 >! dt

;, is, thai the Whigs, after vociferately calling : uy fights took place.: While these scenes I I "My political course, such as it was, whilst' ,of the the Senate second for the Mic'dlo! l District, "'i beheld! I| I llarney l ln Lieut Col George 3,000"kl' .I' : tberboarding;
were about the cabin I was connected with Monday of October n x ensuing Hoyt Khenszerj Wood Joseph B 19.0 CntliQg;
enacting the .
furnish a ring was : Whig, met the '
t the Administration a 'currency'for lacing lie I2lh the i-ii9! and
on I clay, at following places in >ai the use of mercantile: and other businessmen I! formed by the males and fcuiles, and a 1'il'.1 j!approbation and applause of Mr Webster Counly under tIle nuporinlendance of the follow ing Hainillnn, Marvin Willey Dr George 3,000.' joice;

I of the country, yet denounced the pec.anoe Song was sung to the tune of a ;,|I He saw with deep mortification and chagrin, IIIFJ"cctors of election. Hogcr MM Kitty Whiddon Elias 10 lime ;

tion of the hill because it did actually, c.1 Methodist Hymn, and William Halsted was'i a 1. of those who had been most I 1st. In St. Marks, at tlie' house ofMcGill & Mi.l- Higgins Junes I Wright A F:b2a bU:(ucklrd cod.EDWIN. .
t seen walking the bareheaded I I clamorous in bringing him to the field dletomliispeclors.NallianielHamlin, P. II. waim rm Holbrook Elijah Walker Joseph 3 DORSCY.Notice
said, furnish a currency as good, if not bet. I among singers j i filing and A. Al. Alexander.:
Han bon \\ is! Wbtman F
ter, in seine places, than gold and silver after the manner of a Minister at a religious ;!\ off, like a band of mercenary Swiss cowards, 2. At Culhberl's Store, Shell Point; ID'pecor Mrs Farah Williams! John Ilciuy F 2 alwnce fr-ia, the :
revival I to join the standard of the lumJ.hleJ DURING my Tffr'.tory,
------- j miserable old man Henry Durdcn, A. T. Gavin and II. B.! Walker. -mery P Wood Adjt Ceo W F & Oruiond
A SIGN.JrPCE Followers of the great and good Wesley! ::, aid half idiot, who had been called the hero 3. I Tallahasbee, at the late auction loom of Ii.1 Johnson Spinrer Whitaker Richard thorised agents.JIcKlalght JOHN LEDGEHWOo.-are my au-

Tn KEn, of Virginia, in a late let- what think you of such desecration 1 Can ',I of North Bend," and it was difficult for him J.butt Hacklry R. Betton, on Jefferson street; Inspeclo', Tur: Persons crlling for any of the above letters July II, 15-10. :50 _._ _
William Iiliard
ter,o.Jsefcs! : y< u support such a spirit as this ? Do the to repress that resentment, which, as a man Eppes. and Francis W please| say advertised. I. SEARCY. P. M.sep4 LU JnEn-LUJBC.U.

words Hard Cider and Cabins" sound 1: elevated principles, he could: but feel. 4. At tHEAD '
Log He .
"Iff could doubt! uhctlicrur party arc true to : George YoungV Inprcorl, Gco. Young, FOR SALE-130OO FLCT
.licirprincip'fs.tlial.: doulit, would: be rermvo.l when! more pleasing to your ears than those of"God saw a body of men, calling themselves Whigs, Lionel Fletcher and George Monroe. (BARTERS 7rn Rrcr.: F. If. : LUMBEl. al beds. jn,t received.

I lOOK to the i'ppuF'Uon ; there I i ce the same ndrtreirirt and Country; ?" Soldiers: of Temperance i: ready to abandon his fortunes, and blast his 5. At ParihhV Store; Ilspetor. Theodore 'rum I. Tallahassee, 20th Aug. 1640. from !
wl.h whom had coiitrnd 1COO. 1 bull, Humphrey 1). Miller: and Kidder M. MOOr ORDER >O. TAFT & ALEXA D '
we :IJ in the hopes, for the 1 l.
battle. the
The old Federal S atfs of the Union, -the" nl.1 why sleep Artillery upon your purpose advancing into- 6. At Minchin'B Store, near ilcuben Miit"in ments while the foe the breach? rest of a poor old creature, who, when in the l office which bo
Fedora! (ruinilic eo f < ui- State-tlie old federal j are effecting ; Irl'pector C.pt.Josepl B. Join.-on! J. }. Tratlie may vacant il the Company of thoTallahai NOTICE.LL .
Icidrre in our counties-arc lo be P und at this have ye, too, lost your Philanthrophy in the :\; Senate of the United States, was an objectI and Reuben :111.liDt ,!ee Beat, wi be held at the Court House, A are hereby forwarned trading for

day in the ranks of the 0'pofcili-ja. a< they WHO \j debauching cry of Hard Cider I j I i of an absolute contemplated whowhen in the Given of my nd,It Tallahassee, IhU third in Tallahassee. I. G. Tiilinghasl on ti second and Thos.Sulurdky Barnard in Sept.E. will -.._ P'prlOnl attorney given by /me, to V\ in. P.a

In the dart cf Mr. Jtffcrboii. ai.d Mr. IadlllollThe .- j Oa Sunday the revelry had not ceased. field wafc a COWARD, and who, for his cow day epleltcrI80.. M. GIBSON. Judge. Judges of lid election. : act Monroe, to collect my wages aa a Private in Cart.Bumney's .
] ire ri'iiMslcnl in t v\ig; 6uud, *c are con- j The Federal fig was still waving, and scve- ardice at the battle of Sandusky, had a petticoat I Part 2. The Beat at Shell Point District is by theCommander Company the said power of attorney .
iistenl ID tiur vflWu to rcc that whH.Ihfr h been .
vcr having given consideration of of
power n
ral Democratic :, voted for him the NOTICE. Tho of Elections I of the Regiment. divided into two a purchase
bid ablilrd" ... j Wiiijjs" were seen laingin by gallant spirits who Inspectors wilj 1 a Horse, whii proved to be unsound.
the fence in the had achieved which find the law now in force / lo :the qualifies Companies known by the St. Marks and the She; !l
The which the I corners vicinity of the a victory, ifhe had been relating July I 18 51 JAMES WALLACE.
principal question
on partiesof lion of votersin Duval's Point Beald the dividing; line of the name shall bt
I cabin of the of locomotion. obeyed, would have ended in defeat and disi ComIJlionlage( : 34'
Democrat and Federal first divided, was deprived power approved March 4, 1839. th Wartulla I ifer. An election! for officers in & in angle Wirlzel seed,
I j Such was the great Federal meeting in Mon. i grace. Asa friend of Mr. Webster, and as tp sid Beats: will be held on the tecond Saturday il of Fall Garden Seed.for sale
on the union: of the Bank Money Power with I mouth." American citizen, jealous of the character of NOTU E. :rptrmbtr next, at such place as the judges may by % RANDOLPH &LEWIS.July .

Government. That power was then in I : I I my country, I could not, and would not unite TAKE:up and tolled before \v. C. Campbell i:, d Capt. W. Walker and Ja. Culhbertwill 18 51Forty
its SILK \\ ORK Kccs.-The Germantown with of the Peate for the County of act as Judges at the Sl-eli: Point Boat, and
infancbut. ; it was active, and concentrated Pa., Telegraph states that ten dqllars per I I the Whigs in singing the praises of the Leon, on tle Ullco 21st day of Augu.l, 124), by Hector \c.-! >r?. llnnnttiille and Livingston will act a Dollars Reward.

with money at Us command. The other ounce is freely offered for silk worms' m !' two and three penny "hero of North Bend;" Barefoot, residing in the tctond or Tallahassee. Judges at the St.Marks election. R ANAWAY from the subscriber, residing( in

party! had but the of and eggs and because I would not play the Swiss, and District; of said County, a email chestnut Sorrel Part j. The Comm.ndinl Officer of each Company i Midison. county, a very likely MULATTO
sense right: wrong: in that place. I I IL obey the pack that would have me chant hOe Horse, aged about nine with small addletuk not named abote, wil:I cue of any vacancy: ,' GIRL,named Francis, aged abut 18 ; says, when

the stimulus of love to the people, and a lo\e We (have been surprised that our Sonthcrnplanters L I to master Harrison I !, and a small blaze'er face, valued at fifty order an election to t e in his Beat, on the ; questioned, that she belongs Ir. Fisher. She
for liberty. These saunas Billy Was charged ; dollars: by E. 1. G. Tillinghust, S. N. second Saturday in September, and will aIIpoi nl IMS been for some time in the neighborhood of
had hold Uaniellld
they to f o the do not enter the ofilk..
on production I
up with and
I with
treachery, into the Tallahassee and is
'' playing Jas. Barry, sworn appraisers-wliichaaid: Howe, if Judged of the ame. I I supposed yet to b about thE
people, as the inducements for their support of If it can be profitably raised ut the North, hands of the enemy. If the charge applies tome lot claimed within the lime prescribed by law. Part 4. Tho Captains will, at nid elections j i Fame place. The above reward will paid for her

the part The people felt it, and answered: surely the milder climate of Georgia and I 'I it also applies to :Mr. Webster; for I can will be advertised and sold! agreeably/ to the acts of or in M'fikicnt time for duo and lawful none e.1) apprehension, and all reasonable expenses, if de-
the call tin- Legislative: Council such made and cause the men of iheir ie pecmc Companies to I be,; livered to A. E. Ilrri at Talahu."e, or to
and the tell and tell in case o- !
; revolution of 1600 was the Florida wit! be most propitious to its produc. you, you truly, that Daniel Web.ster vided. D.McRAUNY,Clerk, yr warned to acseinble for Company; Muster on thfi MAYS.N. .
consequence.ft!! tion. j ,!, under. possible, circumstances, can be Np 3, 1830. 2m 0 ByV.C.. CAMPBEI.L. D. C- fi rst Saturday in October, immediately! after "hIm rim: B.-If the said negress is harbored by a '
!jut 11115 war ot the Money Tower on the I guilty 01 me utsnonor! 01 auopiuig any step, rnui-ttr the Captain will fOfa.d; to the Adjutant a'' white man, the extra sum of $40 will be given for
rights aud Our climate possesses a great advantage Notice. correct muster roll of their Compares the detection and prosecution of the offender.
interests of the people, is perpetu. o r performing any act, that will lender him statilg II
al in its nature. It never ceases. It is inherent over any of the Northern and Middle States. I J! "accessary" to the elevation of a coward; ofthe TIn: undersigned will apply six weeks afer number and_kind of arml, accoutrements I Hickstown. Madison co..aug 15. 3
Our Springs are long and dry. These to the Judge of ihe County By order of Col. S. N. D.UIEL8 f
are t
in the nature of social institutions. j] "hero of North: Bend; of a man w hose BALEROPE. 1
Lon for Lcltcis. JAMES: F. HUNTER,
Ailniinistratiiii tho E
on lalc
elements in the of
Put down, as it may be and as it has been, i important raising silk. By genius, small as it may have been, has been 01 Charles! Brady dec'd. Adjutant 7th Reg 1. F. M._ 2 0 0 Coils Bale! Rope daily 'ex peeLed frotn

gain and again, it still revives and returns to the first, successive crops can be raised ; and I jaded j; with excitement, and who is the laugh scp4 6 ALFRED OLIVER. KUNAWAY New York per schooner Antarctic _
second will be sold low, at pmate tale,
from the clear of the to
the contest. It is:: in perpetual activity. On loss which is Sustained, we get at the North great from I|' j ing, stock of his foes, and the pity and contempt -- --V.- BUTLER---- -- On the 5lh of Aogu, from plantation signment. EDWIN W. DO1ISEY con

the other hand, the People, the confiding, the and ; of his friends." ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW of Anson Ferrcll, Decatur County, G:., aug 15 3 3. Bcrry'n Row.

deluded People, when they have once con. spells of cold damp weather, w hen the ; NOTE.-Will the Madisonian deny that the Pensacola n Florida a Negro man by thr name- of Dave about County Court of Jcflerson.
qutred their worms are about to prepare for spiniling. ) General had es g Iltyearsotd, the feel eleven. inches high.
foe, they relax into silent inactivity a petticoat voted him now' ? ';
and leave The young, the old, and the more inefficient I "Abu i'T ILL practice in the Superior and County very dark complexion! with a mark in John L Taylor ) Avsurnpsit. Returnable J
their opponents to carryon hands on a plantationmight be more I verons. COUlts of EdCambia and Walton! Cultie.; the fore-head, about an inch beg and va. >to September termIt0. .4
their machinations in secret until profitably also in the Court of had when he left Samuel W. Barronton. }Attachment (
they once THE WHIGS AND MR. VAN BURE.V. Appeals a ". on a blue cloth coal or 3 _
!non think employed on silk than on cotton. Any sort of 5, 1840 6C. rvi
Scp with velvet
a satinet and
they can venture on another clarstriprd pantaloons _
con Daml.es0
hand the leaves and The Whigs pretend that they have no confidence .I HE Defendant,
test for domination. a can gather feed tho irgro hat. It supposed he has a free pass,given: and all wi _
We worms. Florida, and the lower parts of in Mr. Van Buren. Their acts belie UOAUOING.I b y some it-ckless fcoundfl, and was discovered on t notice of the institution of the above suit by

Bank banner are now is unfurled arrived at that point. The Georgia and Alabama, are destined to be one l their words: No longer than the sessionof *. MAHER the public/ respectfully, that I.e is informs his friends take hand is way to St. Marks. Wl-oever wil deliver th attachment according ; and will appear, and plead thereto _
and the Paper Mo. prepared lo a aid I'avc lo house, or ludge jail, tflaw. POPE & STONE 1
ney Power and the People are once more of the greatest silk producing countries of the Congress before the last, to use the Ian. Tew Boarders, upon reasonable tirm,. His acconi b handsomey my rewarded. any bal aug IJ 3 Attys for Pl'fil j

brought into collision. It is by union with world. _._ guage of !Mr.\ Ellmore South Carolina-, modation.ore good-his lodging rooms perfectly. ANSON FERRELL. Pork and Bacon. _
---- been and Flour 4
dry recently newly plastered. *
having Decatur Co.
rllairet Ga.Aug. 24. 3w 5 .
Federalism and Consolidation alone that itcan The Bank Power the 140. FLOUR
r* People. The whigs themselves have concurred in t Residence corner and Monroe bbl 1t

attain ,ictorv. Hence arises the facts We call the very particular attention of rendering the most remarkable proof of their: (.treets. 6 8t ilCpS NOTICE. ,! 2 casks PRIME SIDES PORK

gated in the letter of Judge Tucker, as well our readers to the following article from the confidence in his ability, firmness, prudenceand Notice. S IX WEEKS after date, I shall' apply to the 3 do HAMS

'Suit still more conclusive' circumstance of New Hampshire Patriot. It deserves the patriotism. The !ast Congress by an almost Subscriber intend r residing in New Or. l<,n.for Judge Letters of the County Curt of L'ol the Now landing from scbr. Victoria, from New Or- I Iean
aU those in the city of Richmond. who in I 'I'UE County of Adminidrltion upon l ,. and for sale by EDWIN W. .
Commission DORSEY
most attentive consideration the unanimous vote of all parties, at a moment as a Ierehant Any Cot. Estate of James Birronton late of said County, _
as shewing
the election of 1800, between Jefferson and of the greatest difficulty in our relations I ton consigned to him will be thankfully received, deceased. PERKY L. BARRONTON.Aug. _ji25 No. 3 Berry's Row._ iiV I

Adams and are now alive, voted for the lat- true nature of the contest now going on, as with England on the boundary question, 'I and orders for the purchase provisions, drc. .29, 1840. 5 10O bbls Herrings, _

Ierate, with Federal Harri- to t which party shall direct the policy of the will be promptly attended to, when the means are received per schr,
one exception, with Joseph from
him the
clothed power of a Dictator"gi.ing t W.C. MILLER. Sale-An Bay and a fast JUST Uankey I
furbt.e.J. ecelent :Ire and
Ion Whigs Every is at stake and the : For pale by
_ _. country. thing ; him authority to make war and voting j iep if 6George Hort. Apply to July 8 2t 52 BETTON& _
--'- people are now called on to decide, whether jim 810,000,000 and 50,000 volunteers 1 be. Aug 25 2 4 W.M. H. FRANCIS. FSIER. s' -
We find Kd Icy has arrived in town,
in the
the National
Intelligencer t they will sustain the principles and policy of sides the and is his '. Reckwith's PiUs
it Digger
regular army navy to carry profession. Sale-Two lw > C .,
flowing remark, taken frcm a Federal Whig the Democracy of 1798, or yield the Govern. on with. The manner in which he discharged Where be wants to" be well known, For harness, complete.li'Apply I to I"\I. A SUPPLY. warranted of th 5 fresh/ and temedjr for Dytpepsia. -

Journal, the Telegraph: Van Buren will I ment into the hands of the Federalism of that himself of these weighty powers and dUe And cash is his decision. 4 au? 22 aug 2? 4 Wil. H. FRANCIS received and for sale by .cnQine. Just

hue Mno brother near the throne," and the time: ties, proved that the trust was not misplaced.Our Dissolution. NOTICE. July 6thI840 RANDOLPH & LEWIS.

"entire prostration of our fmancial institutions Mr. Webster and General Jackson.In .- honor was untarnished, our rights maintained : THE Co-psrlriership heretofore existing under DURING my absence from the Territory Cl. -
his late speech at Keene, Mr. Webster style aid firm of Lloyd & Irwin, is this F. Wilson is my authorised Attorney
(the Banks), will be attempted." and peace: preserved: without callinga day dissolved ly mutual consent of both partners. i in fnct. A. R.STEPHENS. i BY ROBERT RAYMOND REID,
occasion bestow fine
took to
Through an impulse of natural honesty, a L some compliments single soldier to the field, or the expenditureof Any unskilled bu.ints of said firm will bo ad. Tallahassee Aug. 17, 1840. 4 GOVEKNOK or FLOHJD1.
upon General Jackson, and declared a dollar of the appropriation." jUJtel by either of Ihe 8ublrlberl.JOlN it is made known to
Suable truth will often be U out, which amore that had not the late Presidenl' interfered with M. IRWIN, Notice. WHEREAS MEREDITUofjacksoii me ta

calculating spirit would conceal. It iso I the subject of the currency, he would not The following is an extract of .a commercial JOlN K.LLOYD. QIX after date, I shall apply to the Hon who was confined in the jail of laid County under Co. 1

with letter received in Charleston S. C. Tallahassee, .A ug. 19th, 18. 4 ud e Jefferson County Court or letters 1 S charge murder, has made his from said
the above extract from the Telegraph, have opposed his administration. At the first I of administration on the estate of Jojin L. Lof- jail and is now at escape

and *e give the editor great credit for his blush, this, to some, may appea but as a I LIVERPOOL, July 31.-Since our advicesof St. Joseph (FIn Itnces. tin, JcftVrscn county deceased. NOW KNOW larg I, RO ET RATMOND

candor and honesty. Oh that we had all I slight shade of difference ; and Mr. Webster the 24th inst. per Great Western, 1 the CALHOUN COURSE. _aug 2 4 6t MOSES ELLIS. REID, Governor Florida, by virtue of the authority

such to very possibly was not unwilling that it should I transactions in Cotton have been rather extensive Annual Meeting for ISni 1 commence Engineering and Surveying: Trsted in me by law, do hereby offer .RE-

contend with We should have no hereafter be understood, that he was a Jack. the sales of the week ending to-c ay THE tho Calhoun Course, Tuesday, the 9th THE Sub>criber respectfully acquainls the own WARD OI TWO( HUNDRED DOLLAR aror

I eootention. The people would see things as sonian, differing with the great man but upon being estimated at 90,780 bales, of which day of February next, and days free of Mills and Plantation, and the citizens' the apprehension of dIe said fagitire, and hi. safe
they are. We for any Horse, Mare or in the U. States. of Florida large, that he purposes to appropriatenia ; delivery to any jailor, or other officer of the Terri
should not have the purchased I that of minor 6500 bales hare been taken Geldinl a of
a single subjectand importance. on speculationthe First Day-1 nile sole attention to the above business. He is tory Florida authorised to receive him.

I IaJent of the country devoted to pervert the True, he opposed General Jackson in all I common qualities of New Orleans and Second Day-2 mile heats- $2.140 ready to undertake the completion of all kinds ol The mid Bryant .Meredith is about thirty years :i

: truth, to make the worse appear the better things ; but he would have it understood at Mobile having been in demand for the lau'e'r.. Third Day-3 mile heats-Purse f 60. excavation, embankments;roajds and bridges;anc I of age, five feet eight or nine inches high, darkeyes
rI differed with and Fourth Day-4 mile heats-Purse for moderate compensation to supply plans and I and hair, and rather hard or formerly
i reason, and delude the with falsehoods the same time, that had he not purpose, for these kinds rather better from heaing
people I Fifth Purse of works Georgia, WllkllOr tounly.gGiUn
Day-Proprietor's profile ofthe Ijvols and contour*
him the of the he, have in instances been ) appertaining
I reunions,,and misrepresentations, with eva upon question currency, prices so me gob. (miles heats-3 best$) t these sciences ;and estimates of tbe expensea :. under-my hand and the acid

; **Bti'tad uhirlungs and noncommittals. would have supported instead of opposingbit tamed; but Upland continue depressed i aDd .-. The Officers' of the Club guarantee that the I aUndir. their completion if requiredcommon I of the TemU-iy of Florida: ,this

Van ''administration. out of favor, and there is no change generallyin parses .advertised, shall be pat up before the I tee*, iusi. Long experiecce I. 18lh day of July 184
Buren "cannot have a brother near the I "We have said that the question of the cur. the quotations; the market being more quiet horses are started. By order of with invariable success and approali will RAYMOND; KEID.

and will endeavor, therefore, to pat rcncy, at the first blush, might seem a alight the last day or two than at the commencement JOHN D..GRAY, President no doubt insure confidence to both om.up By the Governor: _
I Prrra W. G.urie ,jr. stairt ia tha CqurtHouieaug22 J "
I Secrctarj.aug McCANT. Secretory of Florida. .
: wn; the bank This, then, is the nature affair for two great men and great statesmen of the week. Buyers are extremely sensitive' I 23 4 lamtF ol. JOHi11. IRWIN llnrt: .2 '., :_ ." _



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LEGAL NOTICES. PROFESSIONA NOTICES. Twenty Dollars Reward. I I 8TOBAG MINERAL establishment has SPRINGS.been opened for the D1NCE. W A.I-I TS BETTEB =
would '
; -p-- -- -- --a__ _. 'ft PORT LEON. THIS refer the
AT ia
1 STRAYED or STOLEN from the Sub.rrber'l Mason, by the subscribers and now pubic torecently Ibe1lumerou.
County Coon .f Jeflter*B. DB. JOHN H. POPE ) of the 3d instant, a LAOD, from Magnolia will com ready for reception of visitors. Arrangements in thi. paper, with YOlaat&rleuen the fft4j'f

William Wynn } Atwmp.it. Retureabl OFFERS his professional services to the people SORRELWAGON HORSE, main and tail ratherinclined DANIEL the Storage and Commission Business h.i vo been made for the accommodation of a reasonable relative to the happy and IHoneiic'Go,ISllIIllIrie.

9rjtrm,184O.IIiive I County. Office in Monlicello, I ; to b white; two small mnrki on his hips at the above place the ensuing month, and number of visitor*, and ample suppliesilaid ad minis'ration ofMOFFAT' L1FE'I '.r Ita.

7 Olhrtr. )AtUchm.nl for $148 r over the store of William Denham 4 Co. by the gears; no other marks recoUected; has been solicits a share of public patronage. in .f f the comforts and many: of the luxuries of ihecountry. PIIEriIX BI"'TERS. PILLAit ,

.: T Da1q 0 MonUcelloMay 30. 180.I _____ purchased recently from a gentleman from Macon Port Leon. August 1840 2 These who patronize this place during Those who have paused the

1 HE Defendant,and all I J. Itt'CANTS, Georgia. The above reward will b given for him Taken Up, the summer, will find their situation more pleasant red to, will erY that jn almOllt letteN abo,.! .
Uke netice or the institution of the abore .nit by delivered to me at Tallahasssee, an additional HORSE than usual. The Springs and Bdhing.ll ulell are attest th* fact. that no inccmvenien': CUe.*
j and will and plead thereto ; Attorney and Counsellor unD, reward for the Horse and Thief. Tallahassee, on the 30th instant, a and servants attend 7
{ the
.Uhmt appea a IN horse is his in good order-the water delightful, taking of these mediXS IDYttrt!
.eiD to law. POPE & STONE, WILL ractice in the Courts of the Middle tugS 2 HENRY NICKOLS. Bridle and Saddle. The Gray ; in attendance to the calls of the visitors.Tho : ca ses, bat that the patient.

15 : AU',. fo PI'f. I and in the Court of Appeals. Office two hind feet white up to forward his fetlocks. The owner and- waters of the Suwannee Springs are justly I operation, !, universally left"ithoJltliordita j/ e 2
I at Tallahassee Fla. tf 1840 Cotton Press Screws & Horse Power is requested to come pay charges invalids I ?
fl NOTICE. apri16, tako him Apply at this office or to celebrated for their medicinal properties- many be ttter 51.Ic ofht'lIhh than Will elOpe.roncer 1.4
Q.IX : : !. I shill apply to the JOHN Castings. away. J. R. ROBINSON. have found great relief, and othersrestoredto to being afflicted with diew prlJo'l
.. WEEK R date P. 1 ,
K- Jur County Court of Leon ATTORNEY DUVAL THE subscriber who intruuced the cast-iron tug health and vigor by their use. For a pleasant acute suffering, great relief i, obuSi II.ea-> *
I County Administration upon the Estate .T Screws and Castings in Book Binding. resort during the summer months,this place equals ho urs and a cure .Jlt a few
-.. lr County, de-. WILL practice in the courts of Middle and the neighborhood of Tallahassee, hai resumed the TilE subscriber will continue the above bust- any other situation ia Florida, or the adjoiningcountry. !three ... generally effec ted 14 t.lor

a .oCMicael. McNarn.laeohaid. H. BLOUNT. Florida, and Court of Appeils. Res Iron Foundry business in Baltimore; and is prepared I at the S. W. Corner of Washington In cases of Fiv a .f .,-

I St. MarkaAofQrt I I. 1840. n dence near Gen. Brown's to furnish the cotton screws,delivered OP board ::1 Square and Munroe Street, and having a complete Charges will be moderate. biliou. affections, it i is nnneVewS;1 IOn.lad IU

jan 2 26 of vessels in the port of Baltimore, for ole hundred assortment of the best of Linen Paper, he is now E. PONDER, u ght, a, I believe the LIFE forms to.
NOTICE.SIX and twenty-five dollars each. Also, Castings manufacture Blank Books of description JONES MLDIcTi15 ,
enabled to every Juno6,1840. 46 RICHARD niver.0Ily admitted art
S. \V. Cannack & ITIcdicus lo be the !l n.
i month after date, application will be made A. Long, for hor.-o powers, all kinds of machinery, and for suitable fer Banks, Public Offices Merchants .ffeclual elite extant in all m sPeedy' aid
AT LAW diseases
I the Honorable the Judge Gadsden County agricultural implements at moderato prices for and others, in single or complete seLls; The Lin MrD.ci.xr: of *l el>..
: for letters of diiinisnion administrator bo- TALLAHASSEE FLA.'lU Baltimore other HE Subscribers offer for sale the followin g ar are alo!
a acceptances. Deed, Record, and Docket Books, T relief affections ot the Liver ami BOItlel lIelJt|
nis non of the estate of Elijah \V. Sweat, doc'd., ILL practice in partnership in the Supcri- Baltimore, July 1840. JAMES MOORE Blank Books used by County Courts can be btain- tides, low for CA8I1- and been proved in hundreds of u.u

ole of said county. I Courts of the Middle and Apalachicola Id' For tho utility and good work ma'chiuf ed at short notice, ruled and bound in any style Cognac Brandy halfpipcs qr. casksHolland have come forward, and case where ?*t* tarienc.

July 18, 1840 51 JOHN H. RHODES. Districts, and in the Court of Appeals. Their' refer to Col. ll. \V. Braden and JClVil required, and warranted equal to nothern or any Gin in bbls. in taking ihem requested ih.Ti; '

w NOTICE. office is, for iho present, in the new court house. I lis, Esq. aug, 8 2 3 other manufacture. Particular attention will be Whiskey in do benefit of others.' In their might be pula hedclrespe.tbe

t3. c l-,4: IX otenths after date, I shall apply to the Hon.Kp -Dec 21 2 paid to re-binding old Books, Newspapers, Magazines Floor Lard, in Molasses kegs they! restore the tone ef the operation Stomach i,, ..aQrw.

b 1 Judge of Leon County Court, for I letters dil.I Dr. Benjamin It. Taylor I HEAD QUARTERS FLORIDA MILlilA 1 Pamphlets, Music Books. ic. in plain or Corn,,Hay the I digestive. organ, and in'igorate.stren..-a.

.41 I aiory.administratrix on the Estate of J. T. OFFERS his professional services to the citi. ADJUTANT GENERAL'S Orrict, ornamental binding or to match patterns. Paper Manhaden and Cod Fish in Ibis functions of the whole body, indTbLTl11!?

J ;. 4.oalate of said County deceased. Tallahassee and its virinily. Office Tallahahbcc, Florida, July 5th, 1840. ruled for Bills, Letters, <$-c. Boxes Pickles in jars both sexes(for they are perfectly! DiJ T** loan
t CATHARNE JOHNSON, a his father's residence,on the Washngton GENERAL ORDER-NO. 10. lie has for salo a good assortment of Blank 300 [bbls. Lime.McNAUGIIT. invaluable: mean of preventiJ toeae Mcstorin )
: P. gEILS.iX Square.Tallahassee. Books Letter and Paper,rwled or plain, of
By Agent, The Officers commanding Regiments in time Mi- Writing & ORMOND.Port ? health. u"ean sad|

may 81_44_ 30th Nor 1839Charles Mia of this Territory wiltranlrit to thisofnce a the best quality. Ruled paper ..f every description.. Leon. March 20th, 1840.For In affections of the head, whether i .

1VOTCB. I It S. Sibley lift ofthe names of t"e ComDi Officers in All orders thankfully received and promptly attended --- with pain and giddine.i, or marked t Ice mp' ld
their commands with the date to. P. AHAYWARD.Tallahassee Sale or to Kent ous calamnily C(",.
respective impaired
6 months aer! date we shal apply to the his professional serices as Attorney together Julv'l3-tf OR the present section, 8, (Lafayette'! mental energy"EJllBlslrcnglh j,
w : Ilonnrableih. OFFERS of their appointments.By F year ttownship a Lions Gf the leant flatulence,|lollS Ipl-
; Judlu' L County Court, at Law in the collection L of
of j-ituated 4 miles North: of Tallahassee
) .ppelila
JCTl: .S of di anc order of His Excellency, Gov. ft. R. limn Cotton 'Vei "in;. t and the J multiplied via
: I of the c- debts, -c. in Middle Fllrid". He will attcn<) all I Road whiih there : lIympto II of .
the ,
Cotton on Georgia on are u
: ,
CommanderinChiefJNO.. GRAHAM subsciibcr, Weigher tiered dlgcllllon THE
ta.L Jotuf A. WILLET ; Lire hOICI1iES f"rTto
t u deceased late ol he Courts in the Middle District. TIn will
lid about 80 of cultivated Land well fenced in. be
last acres ,
.Ir Adjt. and Insp. Gcnl. F. M pursuance of an act passed nt thu g.iS' po!8c!s the most salutary
coualr. TADDYW1LLEY Office in Munroe
Streetin tho crtkacy
bion of informs Apply to F.GERARD1N,
? buildingrormery the Legislative Council, respectfully I Constitutions relax-d .
: ,
WM.G. weak.
f PONDER, .ccupi'd by Wm.'ison, as a Strayed, the public thai he is prcpard to weith Cot ap 4 36 ,__ Port Leon. or women, are under t h. or decayed,ID mea
I april 4. 13 i 0 3fi Administrator. Tnlahs 16J8. 40-tf the first of April, Cither ill Ihio; ilia Railroad infl..,
Walker's Mills, fbout I Ion oily or DISSOLUTION. ii ,mE 1.lrE.1 EDICr-'lS, Old. cougCA: :ac*
: 4.- ioiyE OF L-IHIE, and SOLU. 'I 1MVID S. WALKER FROM Sorrel :Mule with a_ the face, l lint-tales are iiianur.iciun-d at the sune place as Co-Parincrfhip heretofore be. ,consumptive habits. are soon relieved andn-J d
': C 'ilON Cf CHLORIDE of SODA, for df5royirj ATTORlfEr LA IV C. and 1 of n bay color, with 0 scar blue.n left check those used by the United Slates generally, and THE the Subscribers in tne existing Tallahacsee cured. Poverly of Mood end ernari.JW',
Pestilential $ bone and was about 5 o'cl.! A liberal reward l likewise by time weighers of cotton in the city of j
; l Contgign, : years will
Decomposing Er i 1 Exchan2'e is this dissolved mutual ere long meet the happiest. .I"1?}
WILL practice the Courts of the Middle Districtof / day by COIII'enl. Ch&g
fluvia, and neutrafiziiiir or offensive will be given for the delivery of ono or both t New York, and have been examined by the In- : | fluid '
Etr&.ip ; The business will be closed G. \V"il-c! watery will beco.re rich baTJ
Florida. The office is the first room to the tihI :1 by J. and
them Walker's: Millsor John of scales and of neid and
for dale bRANDOLPH LEWIS. at al Capl Myrirk's sjiector weights city proved and the I hiiibd be !
I.. 1 covered with '
over J B. Tallahassecwlerc, he E.O.WALKER. liiin.; iwlio is duly authorized to settle limo ame. flesh ftnu
Dulltorcin may near Tallahassee. correct. Price weighing i 10 cents per bale. an.I 4Nervouslioordeis
4 healthy.
always b D. M. SHEFFIELD of Cotton.Tallah.ifs .
I tin Subset i'-er |irteDts l oil those indebted to Gosfenliofcr A Havics.CO Aprit I1otII:4'1.! ) ; W- TAYLOR.Copartnership. I nf every kind, and from
Dr. A. M. RANDOLPH ; (e, del. 12, 9. f wht
.. E'L' .F". liinn note or r,":n to call and eel- 91 MISSION 11 ItCh .0 ANT I vet cause an"Ulg', fly I'e'-ure the effect
#1 tIp irmoGI tt!!. uv furl.ar account cannot be HAVING located himself Tallahassee, of- NF.W: Oll.J.' S.I Orange and Lime ul'&cry, S .Lir* MED-CINES: : and. all that train of sinking ofT55,

.b git I.) .1 accounts unsettled by the first of Sep professional services t to thin public. I REFERENCES Bout;. E"q.Ml."sS. FOR SALE FOR CASH ON! Y. TIll: subM-riln-ra have this day formed a ro-i I|' ictie.-. and Iremours, which I so dreadfully a/fed, ?,*"
.- tom'jjr L Kut ip suit.! Ho is to be found at Ibe office of Dr. J. H. Randolph Boiton &. Fisher, : 'r-imil'[ at Port L 'on. ulld'r tin? name'v| ( weak. lh sedentary, and ihe dc.ic.iH, th.
!, on Monroe] Street. ANURSLRY. containing about 2000 Oranjr: i of 1 Miller & Rowli> to carry un tho STORAGE will| ;, a
k'r! 25. 1(84(1.( i() J2 LEVI CARLTON. Kerr & Kirkscy, tlort time,be succeeded by cheerfulne?
May( 42 Tallahassee. cs. of an ago to bear in one or I t C< iMMlSSK )N buMi.es It' of heallh. 'and every
) 'F 'pre-age
; ice.; two after transplanting. The Trees
ye.irs ert I Thy h.iv; a large and commo
  • us warehouse,
    ; Jl
    '. 'z, labt I S; )iUtEI. HORSE. !17 I high, I THE Co-partnersliip hitherto existing between. .. 140. 33 ly and thriving condition. Directions will be given. h hope, by fc'riet attention and prom; tness in; the ,and rela.xat.ori! ; of the ver.loel"| by too frequent ia'ilulginteof
    P. DUVAL and WM. H. BROCKICNBROUGH the thu
    : unite l.ind: f.-a, with a hrgc wart .) his heath For Saleor Kent, which adhered to, will insure them safely in removal execution of orders, to give 8.iti>fj<'lion lo all who pessionN, medicine alar.
    has been this dissolved and invalu.iblo!
    i L ui
    ti' "infuroiiti will : thankfully rrccir and libcj. consent. -" at ST. MARKS recently occupied by I)oRsEv, Auctioneer, Tallahassee, or \\'). Me] G EO. MILLER. I Thusc Wmr) Inve Ion: resided in hot clinuiei

    '.j' .J. rlwalJrd.% JOHN B. GORMAN.July WM. H.BROCKENDROUGII will continue to S i I C thf subscriber. PossesMon given im- NAUGHT i'oit Leon. mar 14 33 Refer to- JOH.N J. ItO"LES.lte'Hs. and are :languid arid relaxed in t'cir' whose! system
    ltc' ) ) 6 reside at Apalachicolppand practice in the Apalachicola the may taker THE LIFEJfDiciE3! with te) ;
    59 ______ _______ ; and the : mediately. Apply to undersigned, CHEAP Belton & Fisher Tallahassee ; happiest
    I --- lislict. County of Leon, :and the Wm. HOUSE. SIGN AN etlects; and persons relmm'mvin4 tit the
    or to M'Naught.Feb. S.uth,15
    & : "
    For Sale, Court Appeals regularly and in J iVmn and Berry fowling, a'tatcs or West Indies
    .. 8. r Po.t LPOP Feb. I 1 110 a loors i impor.
    i inxnSOME) 31
    A :LK7HT BAROUCHE, with adsden, if special!.v employed -- --- ----- -- t taut artIcle of health and lite.
    t : :. harnt>.coinplet for two hortcf by Talahaulee, Nov.20th. ] STAGE LINE and Paper Hanging. Valuable lands for The follow! inif cases are the
    "i ,'ortLe.-i F.b.rt. WM. M'NAUGHT. U II E undersigned most respectfully in forms tIll Sale.r'D among most recent
    J :.f. -_ LEGAL. NOTICE. From Columbus, Ga., to Apalachicola, Fla. rJ citizens of Tallahassee and vicinity, that hf 'HE subscriber having a greater quantify of cures effected, and gratefully acknowledged by tha
    I .. j Ten Dollars Rev aid. TI.oma Bahzel and Walker Andcrsun Altor Four Horse Post ..Coaclus.Via \ prepared to execute, in the neate>t manner an}; H land than is desirable! (for his own cultivation: 1|dition
    I' \ t. ". AN\-\AY horn thu Subscriber, pcs.ding near nays at practice in ropnrlners-liip in th ofthe above branches, at short notice, and at price I .tfers for sale thn' valuable! plantations: -one,,,it- j j Case of Jacob C. Hunt New Windsor Onan r.

    f-. k T.UahfIIt. (.n Tuesday.\' night, the 30.h of Superior Courts of the Counties of Jefferson Leon which will induce those wanting work done to giv- I lI:1t1 l on hack Creek about thirteen miles: ea.t; ':. J County, N. Y.-A dreadful tumor destroyed new

    t.. J joe last, sri old African NV>'m. mined, Alfck, bci' Gadfdcn, Frnnklm, Calhoun, and Jackson, an him a call. Country orders promptly attended to. I 'from Tallahassee, containing thirteen hundred I 1 ly the whole of his face, noao and jaw. Eierienced

    t. ng to DupaC.o; .. lit wa hired, to in the i-oart Appeals at TalluliatFeo.A N. B. Paints of all coiors read) prepared and I acres, 600 of which are in a high state of cultivation quick relief from the use nf the Li:. \f redi.

    t. i ;i.e 'last I. 1..1! i-y, Aurijotfc-r: < f .!ir!>r,'ss of Thomro Ballzcll, Apilachic! Fort mixed for use. T. B. CLARKE. ,, the residue! mostly rich hammock land with I tines aid in Ie"! than three months Wall sntirsfy

    ",4T tjs! city. The al>. rr\ wil IK- give
    i apprehension in any j jail ">f U-o .rNw.n. i.nd all ," 15. If.JO.-IfCAUINET Talahucc.JUI Broun's Femes, Ga., and Irwin ton, 21)t HULL'S I the crops raised upon this plantation have not been a new pamuhct! now in press.)

    t t. coils paid by beiug delivered, t. me TnHdli! we. -._ -. Ala. Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam--I'surpassed by any in the country. Another, about L Case of Tho*. Purcell seii'r. Bl years of ife_

    Jot, 25 _52 JOHN R. LLOYD. MAIiING.. NIX 30 HOURS Stage travel from Column The reputation of which, has become established the name distance noilhcast from Tallahassee!: was filleted 13 years with. swellings in his "-

    ':,,: r,. NOTICE '1.... TUT.: subscriber thankful: O bus Ga. to New Orleans, in splendid Coaches, the most safe and efficacious remedy a< I' :ontaining about 700 acres, of rich oak and hickory *entirely cured by taking 42 pills in 3 week*.
    past fa\'ou"Ueispcctifully { level and beautiful land ; with CO or 70 acre in cuttivaticn and! Cuss of Joan Daulton.AbC'rdecn.Ohia-.rheuml' _
    n n road ;
    that 1 along banks of I discovered
    t. institute fur
    : given, ait in the ever
    hereby lhal ;-i': informs the citizens off i isin time
    IS e" another in Hamilton yeuis entirely cured
    about mile
    ; he Chutlahoocl'ce r. 'I county, ten from used the
    out' of m\ I Influenza Cough Colds Asthma
    County ,
    C Lpon county upon| a mort- 'T; Tallahassee and, vicinity that Whooping Life Mcdicm for Worms in
    Suwannee conlamin '
    about children
    DAYS OF iie Springs 2000( and found
    I : made and ..xc utcd to mo, by Ferdinand : he continues the OEPAITURF.From Cough. Spitting Blood, and all affections: of h ;
    r Ilg No. L H : to carry on Columbus, on at.. the I acre*, a small part in cultivation, with farm houses them a overeign remedy.
    I Lot Lungs.
    forty-ilnce (43)) in the ; i Fridays
    i '__ Making bruifeu in I &c. 'I 1 his 'land "u of Case of Lewia
    : 6 o'clock A. N this superior qualry: for the culture l- prriodiVal sir.\.htadacba
    useful !
    half of the County presenting the
    quarlcr-scctiin ol'Iand. situate, nil its 11. remedy to public,
    the I
    at old standof
    variety of island -always relieved by a small dose
    ; in I Leon -' From on the same days and same : the is authorised sea cotton.Also -now entirely
    )lying and being county; and that I shall Bless and Ribolds Chalahoochee proprietor by a Physician from I j free from
    I It t 1 apply, according to law, for the foreclosure of said opposite time after the arrival of the U. S. Mail Coat from whom the recipe was confidentially ohlaiiicd to I a tract of 400 acres, at lh= natural bridge i it.
    upon petitiun filed this day. Cl.Vyau's Store, where he Apalachicola, via lola.and meeting at Fort Gaines stale that "he has used it himself! and in his on the St. Marks, about J 11 I mile. soulii; cast ofTallahasfee Case of Adon Am3S-cured of a aio'.inveterate
    mortgage br hippy to \ order.fr'1 his friends and I cxtcn.1 l half of this iC and obstinate dyspepsia' and
    unettth, 1840. CHARLES B2CK STEIN. wi Persons desirous of going from Columbus, Ga. sive practice in /'ulnionary affection:!, with ; tract i a ri h al'uvialsoi general debility.
    $ \ une7 w 4 public generally. Sidcboar.ls Bureau's and furni- to New Orc"nR. will find this by f. the chrpr.tmd i ishing effect. The happy combination of upon it there U also a finn mill l'f'at. with greater Ca.c of Adah Adams, Windsor,Ohio__rheom .
    .i.... 4 ture of every description, made in a fashionable and S frgetabio. 1 than in Middle ti.-m, gravel!, "vcraUt.ctiOIII, and
    i : expedition"!, as as the, safest and I substances, ot which it is water power any Florida general nervous
    ; .' John C. Jacobi, tubslantial% manner and on reasonable terms, and I wel entirely composed,'i i dclllJl' had ben confined
    most comfortable iimterzectmt the I These land will be sold at moderate price, and J seven year.-wu raised
    way a : are peculiarly adapted! to diseases tIme
    Measurer and Inspector of Lumber for th he hopes by .strict attention to business to merit Brunswick and Florida Line nl grcill, and Stomach. of Lui.gsLiver I i reasoniblrcrulils, and if desirab'e: tlu purchaser from her bed by taking one box "pills! and a bottle

    j r r..t County of Leon, and receive a liberal share ofthe patronage .f tho making a travel of but 30 hours by stages::through This medicine has been used very extensively, can hate Union Bank Hock: upon' a part of tIe! of bitters-a most extraordinary cure-she is now,

    ..j: :o' OFFERS his services to those who may please public. JACOB BLESS. the whole roulo. Time from Columbus to Mobile, and the proprietor lus; not known a single mMancu p urchase. W BilADEN.DC very healthy and robust \n-aU.'led by bor

    )! t V* upon him. Charges moderato.Tallahassee. 54 hours. I i in which it has failed in giving rein.f in disease; I 28 21 _ _ hu.-hanJ, Shnhel Adam
    1 furniture
    N. B. All kinds on reason -
    March 14, IB O. 33 repaired Fur the Leather; Case of V.m.: Badger. wife of Joseph _
    r __ __" able terinB.Tallatuwee. Proprietors, I for which it is recommended, ; even in eases a(- ,! Lime, and Hair. BaJjernearly
    \ Last Notice.ALL Fcpt. 7th.) li3-tf WILLIAM CADY. I pro.tchiii< to consumption, attended with bleeilin-r! ; j I y tHE I I Subscribers have c'liisttinily on !bane! a I similar to atuvc-rcu1t! the same.

    It'' : persons indebted to the Estate of T. M'-: Chattahoochcr., January .fO. l'30.! 27:? tf I furthe Lungs, and where all other mncdies had I .1 coinp'ete assortment of LEA: TiinR.MiitdbJe: Case of Susan GooJ ranr. a )oung umiarrieJ

    I t: ,decease!, are required to come forward To l-Ialler. --- N 01'1 CE. -- i iLL failed, (he most decided and flattering success has u for Gin Bauds, lIJ.fIIlh", C.'irrinire. Tops Ben's and woman-suhjttt to ill health several year?__an.

    ct and settle without further delay, and al to whom IRON SCREWS by the Schoonor & person indebted! to the Subscriber prior lolh attended its use. Common C-.Ids, which are g. ne I Shoes, &.c. Al"o o cjustanl >r:"pr>ly of LOll:, and: .i1!!course of the Life .Me Jiciiies entirely restored

    ; l the Estate is indebted will hand in claims for Uankey,fro 1 Baltimore,arc now ready p j Ikt July, 1)11 N"ti\ Book Account, or oth- rally the effect of obstructed pirat>on, will I IlAIlt, fur Piav-rin! : .ill ol 1 which, they plF.rii f r-is HOW hale a'd; healthy.

    '. ..r adjustment., 01 they "In be barred. forldelivery on the payment of the same. Apply to erwi'e. are lit rehy notified that the bills will !beprenentcd yield lo its influence in a f sv hours : when used in \v f rcashoi: in exchange for hides, at their Tan Case of\li.tI Thomas daughter[ of Eli: Tliomuco'.igfi ._..
    June f T. R
    l( A M ALEXANDER.admr.ELIZABETH : 2 BETTQN. by UPMJ. F. Toornton; Jr., wilii whom Asthma, I H'arscnrs, Wbcczing, ;1..1 l shorti.e. ot Yard. BROWN & GAL IAiTil. and! eymptoins of cui umplion- cared ill

    .:' McGAJTTY, admx. HEADACHE, s Iion--NE RVO s-.I I they are requcMod to I.tlt. breath it gives immediate rclnT, ;'proeurmg Iranqui!; -Tallahassee--- --- -, Any.. .1 I i I. _!lijW: : |-tf ,I I i Oiwis. Her Ktrr. cured of a severe attack ofnia'mimatory

    I StMak.ApriI6I 1840 The extraordinary reputation that Dr. Spohn' 1 July 49 J\\hI.LfAl. I relit and slee,,. III v i hooping; c.,ugli, it 13 uithuut Notice to Cotton Planters. rhcuinatijin m ONE WEEK.
    3E'r Case ofS. Colvin
    -cured of
    :! sabscriber to for this complaint pP a rival. It operates by gent:. cxpecloration! and I II JAMES COAT' RIGHTS a verc afack of
    a' r. 'ihe remedy digressing ia every day Lands for Sale. IMPROVED: CO s arlet lever in a few by the Life .Medicines.
    OF LAND near his residence. gaining, ia certainly a matter of much atlonif h-, the may be gl"Clito lIIf..ntll'Ith perfccl -al':ty. 'I'OSW Gl!\:. I Ca. of Harnei Gays
    I tl previous ,
    1' Apala. Twojrood aliuj N.Y.wuilla
    lotlfP. ; For sale ,
    desirous retain their in labor That much should have PURSUANT bv RANDULl'H & LEWIS.
    t Planters capital ment. so suffering existed offer for TAKE this mcrhod nf informing! the nan
    Company low
    : i.- now Il"and' 25 I very state of health a year and a hilf-did
    I ; can b accommodated with mos satisfactory crcd- for ages without any <3i>cuvcry or any Itici. entry. the following Pie Land* in Leon County.: i _jan _____ _- LeN th.III have otaMishid: : a sho,,, in dniru'v.lor r. m>l xpect to recover. Mus T. is now able twa
    ____ ROBERT: GAMBLE. nal preventive or cure, U truly a subject of much I b the if f furin-hinc Ihem with nbotc
    In Town 2! South-Ran: 1 Eat, m.cctions 7, 16.( ADELPIil HOTEL. purpose ll.r k about and is rapidly. recovering bulh stilih
    Welaorce. Jteln, Fla., 26lh Nov. 1839. regre; but Dr. S. now assures the public thai I 18, '19, 23, 25.26.3.j 3G-and fractions unsold THE undersigned having purchased from Gen. articles made on the last improvement. Th impr and lrenth.,t

    I XOTICE. s a remedy has been invented 8 will convincethe i in sections C. 9. 1,1 15, 17 and 24. ; BROXVN, ttat well known t,.tal.I..h'l. : h vcment l< in the rib? \t hut Ii wear out flr>i. Case of Bi-njamin J. Tucker-sever* ca. 0

    ,. .dc my absence from Florida. Barton C. most credulous. Tho principles: upon which i ill. In Town :South,rang., Ej".t--.cclions- I. 2,.1.I ment called the City H .tel, in the city of Tatla.hastec When the ribs wear out at the place when; tIle Fevera'.d \gue-tured in a very ,!orl'pace oime.

    a..1- DURING: Uonticcllo my agent and altoroey. acts are simple and plain. It is an admitted fact 5,3, 1 11 1, 12,13,14,15: ] 22, 2J, 24 1, and frsclions of:.j have opened iho house under the title of 1 lecth pass through a new .ct can be obtaii.rd i ir t Direction, followej: strict V.
    t lop F. that this complaint, whether called Sck: Ilesdiclie and 10. the Adelphi Hotel. five minutes, l t'y simply sliding the breast
    JOHN TUCKER. : They are now making important a quarts r Case (,Amos Davis-Affcclioili: of lli .f jaa R U or Nervous Headache, arises primarily (rum ttie In Town 2 South, range 2 East-sections 30 and improvements and repairs, and "III have "y the tf an inch, and pulling a aed;e under each yidc of I alter trying doctor1 remedies in vain for a longtime

    _ stomach-those who) think they Invo the Nervous 3 1, and fractions of H) 2:and :.i2. ensuing fall an exldisitc Brick Building creeled t he Gins which will give a new set of ribs as food : was cured by the Life Medicines without

    NOTICE. Headache may rest assured that this organ, the In Town 3 rangr 2 Eau sections 6, 7 I' on tho property, whereby they will be able to accommodates as l'ie' first, and so on, until they are worn out i iu I trouble.
    -.. ..,3 THE aubrciber offers for sale, his VALUA stomach, is the first case, that the syi>lein has become and fractions of 5. l G, I 18 and 29. strangers vUiiing this in five or six places. I
    county a Extraordinary case of Pratt who wii
    PLANTATION on the Armenia lake, I vitiated or debiliialeJ, through the stomach I, 'In Town 1 Soulh, 1 sfclions23SO? nalisfaclory nitnner. The Public dp.endupon I wi I keep constantly on hand Friction Ro Lyoian:
    range afflicted
    Lt \.fst-- may with Phthisic 20) oIu-affccted a perfectcure
    ct .being the. East half of the N. W. uare of ec- and that only thtongh the same ch.inncl must they 31, 32;33, 34 and (Various of | 20,27,28, 35 every attention to their comfort Gins and Box Gin, which' 1 W:1Innlln please i in in 24 hours by the of Ihe Life Medicine:
    ; use
    East ant
    ion two two North tc
    township '
    one ;
    range expect a rrrioralion of the natural and healthy 3G. JOSEPH:: CROSKEY every respect or no hale. My pri.'e for "Friction
    *lke West. hlfoftbl N. W. quarter ofBcction two, "unctions of the cyntcin. This object Dr. Sphon'b The whoV.! Town 2 South, range 1 West, ea. DAVID F. WILSO. Roller Gin is $4 per saw; and for time Box Gin $3 have Thousands of persons afflicted ia like m Puts Doer.
    twn.hip two, range one, North and Eat A'to, remedy is eminently calculated to attain. The sections and 3G. Tallahassee. Persons by a judicious use
    cert 27,26,35 April 3d, 1840. 36 per saw. wishing lo buy Gus for iheir
    a and PHE.MX Birrcas been restored to the enjoyment
    half, of the N.g. of section three, ,
    I t quarter truth of this cannot be controverted and next would
    Al do wtll
    r position $1.23 to $3.50 per acre in current bills of the ------JPo crop. to rail and enmine thL'e
    Slle -
    .t and and of all the cornftrts of life. The Bitters are
    township two, range one, EIl.i the' sooner sufferers with the headache become Territory. Gius. All orders will be attended to with
    _ f I. : ; known as the Fuller or Bcmbry plantallfn.TJer. .- convinced of it the Kooner their sufferings end These Lands offer advantages for ONE Iwo Horse Sulky Wa ln. n ess. prompt pleasant to the taste and smell,gently astnng. the
    ,! .1 is ICO of land which for wil pasture range one Hone do do-with hat &c fibres ofthe stomach and that lewity
    - aou open in restoration of health. Sphon pledges: 'Ins cultivation and superior Timber. ess i. Old Gins repaired at the shortest give proper
    I ranked the omplete. WM. H. FP .tNCES notice, and i in which a : A. nothing can
    fertility etc. good dgslion: requires.
    may among
    I :J b professional reputation oti this fe. The remedy Cash payments will bo required for h.ilf fceelions NooSlb. 183fl he I besl style.
    r best land in the Territory. with. be better to and nourish tie congil5tion -
    Thee lndlll' be had at the ) ecarice. adapted help
    may spot and smaller fractions of sections. purchasersover -- "- I refer the planter to Mr.I R. L. Edmonds
    ---- of
    in a few yards of the great Armtnia which all Al LT >o there is nothing more generally acknowledged
    In of
    stomach this CARLTON
    t 'i: acidity or sourness remedy these may be made on tlio u terms of the Q.uiny, for information as regards tle..c Ginf.
    : cannot .urpaescd io lhe world. There or to bo pl'cuJarlj efficacious in all i ia.ard
    ',.r pasturage b is vercign and invaluable : a a general 'family Company; tint \\r, l-4th in ,!: h, and],2 anu 3years Merchant Tailor. any planter from South Carolina who has used
    _ ; i alf a new well con\eienttolhc dwelling, with medicine, it is now adopted by many of the for payment of the other 3 4ths. iOULU respectfully inform the citiims of t W. COOPER. wastingIoss of appetite illt.lghtion, depressions

    j :: plent7 of oxcelent water. I mOll respectable families. It never sickens the Lands in (jadsden and Leon, ettilabln exclusively 'f'f of Tallahassee and its vicinity, that he has Mar 14 33 tf spirits', trembling or shaking! of ihe hands and hoibi '
    Thu purchaser can have from 2 to:years indu'l or pioduccs of the effects I returned from New obstinate coughs, shortness of breath,or consumptive -
    &lumacl any unpleasant for cultivation! will al- There is now growing a fine corn Leon habits.
    { ciop physic. .
    ec John Carnorhari Cloth, CasMineres and Academy.HE
    .I'f to Eq. at Apalachicol.ior! Vealings, of the newe.t
    '; on the farm, ruilable for the purchaser.RICHARD Directions for use accompany ueh bottle. the Subhcribcr; and settlers \ill be preferred Ir the style and time finest fabric, which he pledges to V. Trustees of Leon Academy announce to The Life Medicines possess wonderful efficicy
    I IL CROWELL.J.I,4.1& F.. SPHON. those the Public! that in all nervous disorder. fil>, headaches weakness-
    M. D., purchase of their selllemcnts; provided they make that call on him to have made in the they have engaged Mr.
    I 49ELECTION Proprietor and Inventor. their airang nients within a suitable time. newest fashion. To pleIJthe gay and fastidious up SHEFTALC and Dr. looa& to take charge of ihe Male!;: cs, heaviness and lowness of spirits, dimness uf ,

    d NOTICE. O" For sale in Tallahaf., l ly Former purchasers from the Company who am rein the Subscriber! has employed It. R. Pilgrim? whi Uwill Department of the School just established by them sight* cOI'fu-ed ihoughl wandering of Ihe mind,

    U', A N CLECTJON for Colonel the Seventh June 2 47 RANDOLPH & LEWIS. arrears with their payment arc respectfully requested give his undivided auction to the utting in this city. vapors and melancholy, and all kinds of hystericcoinjilaints
    Florida Militia o to settle witil the wilh Detmantmeimt'rallahmaasce. The School will open on Monday in are gradually removed by their $4.
    1 n.Regiment to 1lthe vacancy PAINTS OILS AC.95OO Subscriber or Mr. nnt, the old]
    1 Methodist In sickness of the stomach flatulencies or obstrnctions !
    occ.ru-red bj the r resignation of Fisher, White Lead in oil ke" Carnochau during tho season Oct. 20th, 1S89. Meeting House. In this now tlpmltlo I
    ( in of
    100 I Ibs
    It lb j establish! Academics -, are s.ife and !,and as a purifierof
    in the they powerfu
    wt. (lcVd: by the officer of the bal in and 25 each-Linseed oil J. D. IWOWN, KIRKMAN City !the Trustees Ca:Ftme.tly -
    .evera Spts. TurpentineBrushes AUERNXTHY. th
    ; & 1IANNA. appeal to the LIsa blood, they have not their equal in
    ,; I in Cxnr.ly,on Saturday the 2th iae &and Window Glass of various sizes. Agent Apalachicola Land Company. COiiiiiiissiou merchants pride, and invoke the aid of
    ., J lle.x>ru of the E. ctkm t. to the under- For by Oier Mr. Harnard's, Tallahassee their fellow citizens: they trust that while flour world!
    b a
    _ me .Ic Ntw Orleans. medicinesMolEst's /
    ishing Academics For additional particulars of the above
    .i 22 are liberally
    .S ) jan supported
    days I Ia't"wrg elsewhere
    : Taahu. l lheO R-JNDOLPlLt LEWIS. '
    t I Refer to R.K.CaiIand around "Good Samaritan of which
    : JOSIWA Hinry Bond. them, the inhabitant of tie Capitol of the see a ropy

    V u'y 4 49 Major T.YLO Aprilg7l839 .___ 3tr ItU.TIOVAI. _Jim.__17__ItKW.: u___ 24tHlHE ( Territory will hence l foruaid manifest a more devoted acrompjnies the I medicine- copy can alnay'l b
    t t p CaunadinJ.STORAGE. Copartnership. TiE Subscribern have rcmoxed their enti/e c*. interest, in cherishing their own obtained ol the different Ajonls wlio! liars th
    $ city I
    ENGINEEUIXG. in! 1lotions.
    Ihi. day entered into from their old stand in 13cm-nj''s I medicine for sale.
    r,! i ffT\llK: .n O havii'g tasd. of the THE bci. as r.geneial, commission and for t Uow, to the New Britk Building on Monroe ktrcct, subscribers: respectfully acqunintihe citi- The scholas-lic year wilt bu divided into four French, German and Spanish directions can be

    JL ITv. 'iuu u a J1 lately ere by I afdtn: Uuch.nt under the style of McNau ;h 1 next door lo \m.I.\\'yal Si Co, where they wil JL zeus of 1'ullal.aste, their friends and the ssions of eleven weeks eacl.: and the obtained nnpplicatonl.t! : the oifice.J75 Bro dw."-

    '1 'i CZ4I2Ef : dealing in iaddlei, tt idles and solves into coparlncr.hip, f> he to |
    JAMES OIUJU O. 'Marlingaltt JI r- < r purpose of CIVIL the Trenmrer of the B.ard of"I rut-tecs. .
    --f tr iCC&icIflK t ForwrnrdlnaBn: IncssTAJT .r ortLeonJsn2.OlU40 I 26 ruse_, iif all ilfM-nitionii.; Also u general >rtMionlof KNCISEEHING; ; and, accordingly! kolirit a share o Orthography and Reading, i Prepared and sold by WILLIAM B. MOFFAT.
    A AL -- Harnus Trimm1I;_. Bills and Sport, Coach their patronage, in Limo making lc\el-i The $S I 375 liberal deduction
    XAUEn conducting. at'ove with! Witling *nJ Arithmetic [ DI ow W it y. New Y Clrt. A
    w : ;.t t.1St!Apr:l4" COPARTNERSHIP.rTPlIJE Gig and Hiding Whips> TrnLt, Cai-pet Il.rp:s, ju>r,and in.pioving of al1 kinds of roads, bridges; TIle above with Grammar and and I 10 wade to these who purchase to sell again.

    % Iiward --- .bscriberb kave tmere intop.trtner&hip f'alutt/ fiatldU Bag, Hal lluxu{ ,&c. &l'. Lining aqueducts, embankments, &c., and in the| humbler History I Geography, AGENTS-The Life Medicines may also be nil
    iAorr.q7 JL the of J. 4- CO. and Harriett Bridle and Top Lca'Jurog: Ctilf/ .\Jlruc. branched of this vast science, such 12 IO *
    th- wl tcfcUU, t"e Taaba.e: ku' an the survey The above, uth: Greek and Latin, and General of any of time principal Druggist in every
    witl of land
    .D" B..n.! carry tfaefavsinres of MERCHANT T)ll.i tOaiUiS.fmctp skins. mug PIotIimigplanningaiid estimating null- Literature, Ihurughwnt the United State aud the CantOas.
    _" A.h.-. ; .. .Z.gl. .i..Wath LOttSt >oth ia this |rhc and the city of New SaddLes, Ueriius.' Bridltt .Varlingalet, made races and ditches, canal, &c., on scientific and French-extra clurgc of 15 Ask l)Moflal's Life Pills and Phenix Hilters ana
    c 'ri YorkArrangements Lave been made for a cr n. ] to order, at fchort notice. practical principles. I 10 ,tur.
    I 4'.o .i1a ,bt.O. Whoever IfJl By order uf tl.1t Tru.t u. be sure tunis fac similie of John Iotfal'.iu
    .iUi4 4otw mccire 1 .LN ad supply oCl0 CMsimeres Vct>l- WAnD & MAY.N. LLOYD & IRWIN A. M. GATLlX i ill Upon, the label of each bolll of Bill*" or bo* olPills
    . .I .t: .ad. FOLLEKSBEE ,dc.and a 'large -Lelt of Iltdy Ilu Lie R. Rtjiaiiing done in all the above arliclca as Tullahasser april J H I, I84U 37 march 4, 1340 3-2 -
    "r." t'kthn and
    thy are now
    ; p pHned to ullU.l. 42
    aceoiiunoilale 15 ----- ---
    _ ".a1'HI', ,..7 '_______-Al_ ______ _____ ____ __ their ClJeI aid the ,uUit.[ in any article' --- may NOTICE. REMOVAL.---- Thee valuable! Meoicines are for sal LEWIS by ,

    _ ;; :- "J 11Ver Vare Ac. C4UOdCtflLhtc1le. One ( e par livers, 2| Watches, Jewelry, &c. rill Ill: Subscriber has just received and offer undersigned havo removed their tock of RANDOLPH & .-

    f. pa .:tJ8TjNJr1X. WJtde. ,residing in A'cw York, will enaMe them to GF'*> fH'HE Subscriber has on for sol low for cash, Gentlemen'fine black TilE from their former stand in Berry fb 8_ 23 Tallahassee.5O

    _ D a lias'e renoved! la the exeoa aU.tr.S.nJty iuad oa Ute nu>xt rc '. hand a very handsome ./.- and UUSM Fur lists, Gentlemen a Uow, to the btore on the corner of Monroe and --- -

    -4 Ceunl4f d fcyrIJ 10n J. !). nULL __;- aSMJrtlllf'nl Watches,Jew. jjy'4 Cape, Travelling Trunks, do. Bag; T ia Clinton streets, recently occupied by Mos-n- Gorman Dollars Reward.

    _ a'a..- W5.uJk. C*;wiaer UE K:, r'ry, PI.tedVare, Silver hng Valceses, ash. a good assortmeu C loths, C &. Hall, where they will continue to keep on from the Plantation of

    ---- n ... .,. beau.TW Tstta1r&*secNsv. 97.UO9. 15 \ Spoons-, Cutlery, & which were inJ ready made Clutlin hand general assortment ot stape: and fancy Dry kU I. RUNAWAY iu Ga.Ulen counir.

    tf ut.i( as'i'Aesbi JVOT1CJC.ay lie offer for wile on his usual CARLTON.. Good, Groceries, Boots and Shoe, Hats, Hardware Two Negro Boys,
    _-I L ? t' I rDIS. Ho will receive new Tallahassee. NOT. 22d, 1839. and Cutlery Crockery and Glas.kvaie WilliamG rZ*
    n I HG abneuce : O. i" .o.'.. C eu.. D I\usO.&J.8. W.AJUTTLX. **. mjauth,*.., WATCH svpl'lies HEl'AIRINQ during tho winter. MWdle-District oT Florida-- almost every article suited to the wants of ihe ,7JfJ left on Sunday morning 'last, is ib0 l or-1

    ..T.11 ..iar1&Ofl4c. ., P. Is slirrided with mudi Arthur M'Gill J In Loon Superior Court., country. Their friends and the public are invited .fcycar. of age, stout made rather a downCast -
    &mi, HI' .t KE1 i to AS ability and PCOXO1 Pt.bess t.vs. to call and examine for themselves. left baUd
    ; with hi'
    I. .I li& look. when fiddle
    _ & ToNoYomberTerDI spoken to,
    .4 as at tbop in die Southern .
    t any 30
    country. : May 44 JAMES E.
    fc CO. and and had plenty
    Jec 1. G ; : Jan .t FRF.lERLCK'FOWLE. >es P. Worth. A..mp"it- once belonged to Mr. Harvey,
    # ';2 UEembersdtheGrat4.a.ad. I'tiur s _. Damages : NEW MILLINERY < .
    r." 'I' $3000-Attachment for ?1384. AND DRESS clothing.
    1 TI T- .r-: Car LMI CisiKlperitic c a therttwesuhar ? IVoUce. rHIHL above named defendant, and all other MAKING ES'fA LISIUIEN. William i. about 25 year e six feetknerc high.his .

    cf.I c.st c ; I Tatso. I19i .*>. jUI.J faid" liE Co-Paxiner iiplwreiofoicexistinsinltbe JL persons iuteretrfcd, are hereby notified o'the lather bends back whet standing ereCt

    : u. ... Ct. I -.*.tJ..1c *iM.t I ..IP11LSPYthI niabo,4Urii T DallOoSTIWART- BAn \UD, being I |nktltutwn Gf the above named suit and are her 0- TilE Ladies undersigned Tallahassee most respectfully informs i I isis a pleasant countenance and reads and W |IM

    .G r. 1J 1 .(ti capitol iaarQ 'in TaUauattl discoUred ly the deal of the aeaUi '&rtoer, allperAuas J fcy required to appear and plead to the decoration! abs has hous in and vicinity that well. U b supposed h* i/i make for North Caf
    t_ I .rt". u. OM UCJT MM. Toes wh siot eaU I i i.J.pted to the flea are refl\lcatodA make tiled u> th ..oi., according to the statute in auch opened a the above line, on 1oi 0-' olina.
    L' ,. s .I&a br Cbal..oJ sin the ntsim. a b Mid.TSOflL un.odiat* .ettl..iit, and jU having data wijpleaae caw made and provided. roe and atreet Mesan., and Gorman between the stores of Mr. Franci. I will give |S5 for each if secured to I en f i

    Q -. -" WW prMat the rmie.B4VLaDJr.. Dated this 13th July, 1840. ( Hall where she hop., then, and all roajORa&l. rkmrmrm paid far their di*
    .1 rom a stud attention
    to the
    r J r' 1t Om 4F.adsiiftfrrtlnrs rf D i E. Barrifiaj PtrUtr. JAMES A. BERTHELOT. share of public business, to merit a livery at th. plantatioa, or to m 1allskP&!
    1 ifaoMaB4.I AU.1 for PJ'1f': Feb 15 J3 tf MRS. M. A. CLARKE April 11, l IMO.



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