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 12, 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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.M Lhous&d B>fbt .Udr aid thirty-two, a b-a d of bird1' e/e. : .

"'r Incorporation w..grto4 tb LefitUtiv .. Strange as it may appear, this dU--x>very
of Iho TerriuVy of Florida .
Council UBuA
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b 0'ralhu :I NOUS
ofJulr when it tftificd it
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MM! Bnk their "i crcs orm and auignv, upon tb m\< DDT 4 1 aadrtwrfsraa wu M dear and, distinct aa

{ .limilaTionv and triclioni providedsaid I : C&o \AtUlC1s gI1mnUIm aii .S71s v. it k!4 ercr,.a, and so ocmtinned (or eiiIIt
,which aid Bank was incorporated by nuQ
Charter .rRRIH'I''UV. nL v- .Ow. teN ionlfaf. At tiifs tiP, howeTcr, l was
the .CurraAt. V.IUA: ,
and stjle ot
the Dame whereas aUo on the thirteenth BAN or 1 To the Martkal of the Middle D Be it enacted by the Senate and Iiou.of Representatives I uttered exclamation fdehigLtand S-M-JOJ. tnkea with a socoAd iafUramstioD In both

FaoJrDA.-And", in the year of our Lord one thou. id uf lhe United Stales o America in Cm-', med an altitude of most anxious nU.ntion. eyes, occasioned_ b/.balbing before I had en--
day .
hundred and an act waa gin gel .mid,That the Wowing romt b and : tird/ recovered .from the small This
td ciit thiry.four. WHEREAS, to wilt OR the are paid out of apparently desiring thoroughly to enjoy ihc pox.
pined bl th Legislttive Conclor the Territory in the year of ei:1th any lereby.ppopilted.1 b ,for the new sensation. Some simple sounds were:: produced ,a thick, strong 61m over the new

of Florida, of addition to whcroaa to aUo tbe one ter of thousand eight 1 hundred and tbirty-Uo.a. Char preservation repairi; construction, and incidental next uttered by the :Dotor's asi.tant,, eye, ob trncting my vision in it for about
taiJ charter itorporation-And Incorporation was granted by the Legislative and contingent of certain fortifications in : rifiy eight for.the but
the twelfth day of February, in the year of our C Councilof Territory of Florida '/ expenses I and Immediately repented by the child upon years seven or eigbt
DM to such the
hundred vix
Lord one tltoucand eight hundred and thirly.nevcn, as should subscribe to the Hock of a certain persons Bank .4 For"ea eighteen of Fort and forl' : thousand whom the experiment was tried. W.dl years the film spoken of bas appeared to
by the Governor and Legislative lo be established in the repairs Niagara, twenty seven decrease until I .can.now distinguish different _
an act wa* passed Town of Magnolia, and five hundred dollars ; were next spoken in I similar manner and a I
Council:oflle Territory FJoridafurlher amend should comply with the provisions of said Charter For end similar shade impeifrctlfcenn even now see
[BY .' rebuilding epairin the old fort at Os. re.mf and even whole sentenced I
said Charter of incorporation, .appeara by thefcririnil said Bunk was incorporated by the ald AtTDOBITY.l) weo, twenty thousand dollars after tolerably well through a telescope or microscope -
nDf ; the
bring pronounced by who
style of ,
enrollment of said Charter of -THE, MERCHANTS' patient
additional and or MACMOI.IA And BASK of the States "pain of Foft Preble, three thousand two only half hour before was both deaf and ; 'Ut is remarkable that no *pectar.Iesi -
lion and amendatory acts of ;- whereas or tho twelfth Lf Uni passed at the First 'hundred doTTirr; I"
the office of the of the day of February in the a.o. dumb. The of evinced out of the great number I have tried,
record in Secretary Territory year Lord one thou Su.w tl Teg. irt Congress. For repairs of For Scammel, three thousand chid. course no
of Florida, a well as hy the public statute of the sand eight hundred and thirty-two, Kn art xva o four hundred ; consciousness o words, but seemed to I have ever afforded me any a*iitance. I use

Territory Floridapiintcd by authority oftheGov. piped by the Governor and Legislative Council of PUBLIC-NO. 4. For repairs a Fort McClary seven hundred and utter them from the delight exercising anew occasionally a thick convex glass, but with
and Legislative Council of the same,-And the Territory of Florida,to amend the fifty(
fmor said Charter AN ACT to continue (tie office of dolal; Such )tittle aid. I am now about seventy twoyearsofage.
wonderful result
of faculty
alsoa iaw was passed by the Governor and Incorpor.tionAnd; whereas also of Commissioner of i attended
'here. on thin fif. PenIOnf. and to the repairs Fort Constitution ."
Council of the Territory of teenth day of tranlfer pension business.I) ; thrttoonnd us. As !language would fail _
tjefUIalivc Forida. on February, in the year of our Lord heretofore transacted in the six hundred and seventy one dollars altogether lo -
\he fourth day of March, in the year one thousand eight hundred ond thirty-four an that offi-c. Navy Depatment'to For repairs of Fort Independence and sea wall convey any adequate idea of the emotionswe I What was the engagement which Taglioni

oue thousand eurhl! hundred and thirty-nine,utlio. act was passed of by the Legislative Council of the Sect. I. Be it enacted l ty the Sena'e and House of Casl'c' island i one hundred thousand dol.r.; experienced,, we state tha impFe! fact, had the modesty to demand in the Theatreof
Territory Florida p
riding and requiring the Dlltrc Attorneys of bald Chatter of luJI.lemental to the said ?fHe..refeltI"p* of the Uni'ed Smtrg: America, For Fort Warrcn.one hundred and fifty thousand whiCh indeed needs not any extraneous rm- Drury Lane One hundred pounds a
Territory to Ititlte le requisite legal proccrtljnpapamut l- by the i in dollarit
a original assembled. That the
applar Congress! office of
such incorporation in their enrollment of said Charter bellisbments to heighten its interests.We night for herself three nights a-week and
banking of Incorporation flon i r oj I Pensions shall be, and the CnuniS For Fort Adams, eighty thousand dollars ,
respective dl'llct. 8 tiiifht have incurred forfej.torci and said! amendment, and said supplemental art, of conlinued, tntilhe fourth day of March same eighteen For fortifications al New London harbor, ; have given the name and address of 600 to be paid for tbe services of her father

of thrir charters by non taer and to prosecute record in the office of thin Secretary of the Territory hundred forty-three.( five llnitMaml, dollars; twenty the Rev. gentleman who! recommended the I ns bJIt: t.UlaslE'r; 900 to her brother and

the same to effect so that the said Charters of FJ'rda. &well a by the public statutes of 2. And be i further For Fort children in order
of the .SlC: it enacted That a Com- Schuyler eighty thousand dollars ; thnt the spc(tarle may sister to dance with her, with two benefits
mifhtbe declared null and void by the judgments Territory Florida printed hy authority of the I rni Nsioner of Pensions repairs of Fort Hamilton .
Governor I i shall l he appointed by the Fo twenty thousand h:ve an opportunity of ascertaining theirondition for herself guaranteed. to her at 21000
in nid District and l Legislative i one
Courts And
: where- Council
of the proper of the saiac,- i' President of the United Stales, by and with dollars ;
Charles S. Sib y, Attorney ftho United Slates And ''hprcI also, a law "8 passed by the Gover. advice and Cotisentofthje Senate;and ihal he shall the For repairs of Fort Lafayette, five thousand dol ( previous to the operation we have hrilf benefit to her brother puiranteed at

.(or the Middle District of Florida, prosecuting: for nor and Legislative Council of said Territory on'e I('I rule. undci the direction of the of lars iFor just described. J200 -in all /GOOD! All thus! monstrous;

lid Territory, hath appeared on thia day on behalf the fourth day of March, in the year of uur Lord j War and the Secretary of thi Navy Secretary, such duties repairs of Fort Columbus one thousand six In addition to the above, we find the following it actually disgusts the mind to think of

tfaid Territfry.ad by him the Court here is (iven one tiOU83nr eight hrndred and thirty-nine aulho-1 I|111 re'ation lo thc various pension laws a may be hundred and sixty two dolaa: in the London Sun: such sums being lavished 0:1: a parcel of
tounderetand and he informcd.hat the nid"Cer. rizing requiring the Dislrie Attorneys of said i i prescribed l>y lie Prelident.Scc..3..And For repairs of Gntc -Williams! five thousand We'have .
I'I great pleasure in bearing testimony j jumper---even the effrontery of the demandis
Territory to -
hath institute '
tnl Bank of Florida" forfeited its Charter, and requisite legal proceedings il further enacted, That the seven hundred and thirty five dollars ;
all the (franchise privilege*, rights and immunitiesthereby against such Banking Incorporations in theirIcspective .Commissioner shall receive an annual salary laid of For repair of south battery Governor's island to the above well-merited'observations I offensive. Hero a knot of the very mean.

confered, by NOW-USER, and hath prayrd District, as might have incurred forfeitures two thousand five hundred Jo13rs. And thai) i'Y' three thousand five hundred dolar; _. of our hbernl contemporary who has 0 omitted I est of mankind-the very dross of Frisian

that a lunfu'M might issue according to law, to of their Charters by non-suer,and to prosecute ,: the privilege of sending receiving tellers and For repairs of Fort "" fifty thousand dol! to add that people affl-cted: are flocking (from life-actually think their cnperings worthy of
the! "''Centra! Bank of Florida" to ihc same to efect. so that the said Charters ; packets mail free lars all l
lommon nil might I i bJ ot pontage.I ; I' quarter, and many from! the continent, being paid at a rale which the liberality of
appear before this Court at the proper time and be declared nui void by tho Judgment of the i I I Sec. 4.: And be il further enacted That the pension For rebuilding bridge pver Mill creek, near Forl I') Dr. Turnbull, and departing in nttions has offered
place,and showjcaue if any it(could why the said proper in mid District,-And whereas, ,, bU1Ich heretofore transacted in the Monroe, five thousand dollars; I gratitude scarcely ever lo their
Navy and
Charter of Incorporation should not be repealed Charles S. Siblcy, Attorney of the United Slates i i j i Department.shall be transfeircd. to the office of the For repairs of road. from Fort. Monroe to said joyfulncss of heart in ih'-ir happp relef. greatest benefactors. Tbe noblest poet. the

and d ec1ared null and void: for the Middle District of Florida prosecuting for ,.. Commissioner of Pensions, and that the clerk now bridge one thousand dollars ; Ue think the Government oujrlit lo most profound philosopher, the greatest mrrlnniral -

"HF.RKFORE YOU ARE HEREBY COM. sid Tcrr.tory hath) appeared on this day. on behalf !t'employed'' in Ihal business: be also transferred to For )UCliaSe of land in the vicinity of Fort Monroe step forward and purchase .lhi irjvafuabledineovcry I inventor the most gallant soldier,

MANDED That yu make known to tho said of said Territory, and by him the Court hrrr-it I I at olro.i one thou and dolln for the gij-HTal l benefit of man all would be regarded as exorbitantly
"Central Rank. of Fioridn..and all Presidents, Directory is given to understand and be informed that the j I i Approved March 4tli, 1844. For Fort fifty thousand dollars ; k inI. Jfth overpaid
who the
"The McrchtnU' and Fort Casw'H, min a hlade'of : by -urn which these vulgar! and
Planter/ ihomand
Cashiers Stockholders thereof that nit Bank of Mnp- For six do'larn ; I c'sr
Ibej bf before the Jud c of our Superior Conrt of nolia" lialh) forfeited its Charter and all the Iranchise j I 19. I For Furl Sumtcr twenty five thousand dolul; grnss to grow where none ever grow befere. frivolous contributors to the cupidity the

the Middle District of Florida for the County of Irivileges. rigliU and immunities, thereby A N ACT to amfnd PUBLJCNO an approved the eighteenth For repair. of Fort Moultrie, ten dol! was deemed ; public benefactor, how much Itnliin opera themselves! entitled. to demand,

Lon, on the second Monday of TCoveml-r next confCrfd. nOI-r. and he hath prayed that ..atrire 1 of January eighteen hundred ent ii.'. .".,. ";we lars ; greater is the glory of 'him who unveils the I nnd by the prodigal folly of fashion actually

the date ufthis "rit. or ouch other time ulhe facial ini:ht iccue according to law, to sum- entitled. .- -" -I'flPtt 1"? ac.1 enhted.' 'An'I, For Fort Pulficki, forty Tour thousand dollar ; beauty of day to the blindI! -''rn the charm obtain. Of course it would be ridiculous to
inon the Kind 4< requne the judge of the di For fort "n Foster's bank Florida, fourteen )
be adjourned to the Court House of "The Jtrlh.I. ( < of East ; of
.. .
Car may of Leon, tho a of Tallaliattee. i o r\ii-, .rPparbclte thin ( at the" 1 and \Ve-tTcnnesaeeloboldacouitatjacks-n '! Ihou5"1 ," dollars ; speech lr the dumb, and wakens the Inr- f j suppose tint all this was fillI! p'ctv' on the
a city i. proper time and place, and .h} ( W ClU1C if it ; in said State" 'I For Fort mony of sweet sounds the dif ? I of.lhe
June Pickens.
paid County,to show, if anvte \ \ then- r..Idwhy ihetaid Charter of any j! approved the eighteenth, eight thonsarid dollars! ; j to I part Terpsichore herself. The family
.''. "'\Q"11\'wL of Incorporation should :j eig'itcen hundred and thirty-eight." and for For rlpaill of fort Barrancis, fifteen thousand j of the danseuse were here shadow the 16000
< ,'toft-0.11! 0... Bank ol I. Florida;' note( repealed, and declared null and void. 'I' other purpose! dollars! ; i ij [From the St. Louis Gazette.] ,

ihould nol be rj.caleJ, annuled. and mate ,'oid. I THFJIEFORE' YOU ARE HKRliBY COM. I S--C. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of i j For repairs of Fort :Morgnn len thousand! do!.II jUaltoon.We11Ii.ht paid a \'isit.o. I'I was virtually the payment fir the salutatory

and II libel lies. im.lulilicF. rights privileges and M ANUEl), 'I'ha you mike known to thn sail Representatives of the United Stales of America, !'liar* ; i M r. Koch'i mastod .n_ nd ,! ,exploits! of one exhibitor.

(r..cisH. by the same conferred, be seized intopdsw The llerctnl') and I'lanterk' Bank of Magnolia,'(I""in i' Congress assembled, That from and after the For repairs of Fort Pike J five ihiusand dollars ;j t that| ; his .skeleton be only regret :J From the

fll t$ and control of WilJ Territory of Florida au.dll ( C.llhier. Directors and :IQC -1 jfirol,! *' Monday in April eighteen hundred and forty, I For repaint..f Fort Wood, three thousand five I : cannot accommodated I ) Albany Argus.It .
I and further to do and receive what the aid Court thai be I{ t'' with the lodgings better suited to his : Mr. Cavenaugh, a deranged of
bJer thrrelr I they before Iho Judge of;, bcre shall be two term of said court held annually; j'I 'hundred and eighty do'Iars: ; J nur- ; person,
ihta and ihcre.nf it and thrl. in Ihir behalf! Miallco.mder our of the Middle District of FI'lri-j'j I II V the district Jude a Jack-on on (lie second I For repeirs of the battery Bicnvcnue, two ihoti- I ni'iiis dimensions He I is now in a glass i Westmoreland, Oueida county, under the

ind direcl,-And you ate further com- da, for lhe County of Leon, on the second Monday Monday in December next and the second Mon. 'Dlr 6\1 hundred dollar,; case about nine feel. high, and fifteen fret t Charge of Messru. Stevens and Fuller, of

mauded, lopive w.ticeofthc iiikiituti'tn of line proeednJ. i in November next after tie date of this \vrit (;r '> day* in June then following: and the 'n e days of| For repairs of Tower Dnprc, four hundred dol! to ng. The bones are all exhinited' that county, on his to the at
entirely asylum
: by publication ''Hrl'ofIIOI, (public nl\5. cucli other time as the! '. may be adjourned aid court for lie return of process and of, :'lars;
piper thc Middle F''ri' a, for tho to, at the Court llou:e of said County of Leon, in pleading shall! be held on lie second .Monday filing j For repairs of Fort Jackson twenty thousand to their proper connection. The bones ol I Hu'Ison! becanv refractory when they reach

spice t.f ihrcc moiitln from the day of the date tile city Tallaliasec in said County to show, i i' I September and Marrh. in each and every year. or I''dollin ; the l-gs and thighs arc in thrir proper posit ed the draw, and attracted a crowd of persons

hereof: ;and that you make return of this writ or thc any*linn j they for themselves have or can say. Sec. :2. And be it further enacted, That the seventh For repairs of Fort St. Philip, three ihousandIhrrp fi i1fls ;also the t terrific looking head and 1 Iws. passing to and from the steamboats; and

firrtdiy ofthcneit term of our aid Court, and ofjour uliy the raid Charier of Incorporation of The section of the act which! this is intruded to t hundred dollars ; ja The vertebra are, however in three these crowded the p-issage so as to prevent

proceedings thereon. Merchants", Planter! Bank: Magnolia" should amend, be, and the same is hereby, repealed. II For Fort Livingston Grande Terre, Louisiana the of the
seperJtc'plare!, each including the tail, about I I progress carts carriages, &c., until .
WrrxEu-Kll'HARD: G. WELLFORD n:)l be repealed annulId. and mad void, and all Sec.3. And ie it further enacted Tbat an additional fifteen thousand dollars ;
Clerk of our Mid Court this I6lh day of I I l liberties, rights privileges And franchises term of the circuit court, of the: United For contingencies of forlihcationi, ten thousand (len feet long. The entire. length of ihe the weight became too great and the draw

July' A. I). 1840, and sixty-fifth J car of I by the tame conferred, be seized ;into possession Stales shall be holden' in Knosvie. in East Tennessee I 'dollars ; animal i< about thirly feet-his height fifteen! broke precipitating all who were on it into

American Indopcndrnce.R.G. I I and control of said Territory and further to on the third Monday April in each and For incidental upen.er attending repair of for. feet. If we recollect that the balkiest! animal the basin, twenty feet below and in twelve

WELLFORD Ork of I do and receive what the said Court then and there every year which said trl i-hall he hel hy the lifr-ntions, fifty thousand dollars : Provided how. known -the clf"phant-is only nine feet water. Il i.s j supposed that at least eighty

the Superior Court of the Middle J I.tric of I of it and them, in this behalf, shall consider and district judge; and should ary pr.inlof ever, thai in case of a disappointmenljiq re. feet high, and about! fifteen feet fell with the draw surrounded
Florida foi Leon County. I dirrtl. And you arc further commanded to give l law arise, al aid April term, a: any cause or matter 'ccipts( of revenue from customs, or languor other. long. we persons by
1 notice, of the Institution ol this proceeding by publication of controversy in slid court, the said district :sources; or of a failuro lo collect IRfTdebU due shall get some idea of the enormous proportion horses,baggAge wagons, carts and Ihe filling.

NOTICE ii hereby given of the fore-oine pro. herof in some public newspaper in the j judge may. at his di cretion, adjourn the same over.,,from the late depositc bank., or froinTic" | bank of of this huge nnim\l. limbers.

V- to a1 1 per Ola mentioned and concern. I' Middle Di.tric of Florida Ar the pace of three to the next term. j I Ith ie United States of Penns>lvnnia so that the Dr. Homer, well known as one of themost Instantly citizens nn to the scene of danger .

therein, 1110 thereby directed.. months from the day of lhe dale hereof. And that Approved July: 4 h, 1C4Q. '\ means of the, Treasury shall not be sufficient to distinguished anatomists, if we mistake and put offurboat to the rescue of those
LEIGH RC.AD. I I 1 you make teturn of this writ and of your proceeding I meet the ordinary calls J for the service of lhe year,
M.lla of the Middle Di.lrirt of Florida, i thereon en the first day o! the next term of PUBLIC-NO 20. according to the appropriations made by Congress not, in Philadelphia, has been within few who were struggling life. The surffj

Aa. )JOHN' KACKLER. D. M. '! o unsaid Court. AN ACT in addition to the acts respecting the and also the expenses .authorised by this actthe I days .n !!g'jent_ .visitor. in Mr.: Knc[':: of II.I-roo Y-a-ttA, MI wtaraoaiin'g hats,papers,"
WITXF-SS.-RICHARD G. %VELLFO RD. judicial system of lhe .. President; of the United *t.t-. .h-i! *>, --.* &c. As 'these
TERRITORY Unite i authorised. upon al ary time, of of cnre the numeious remains on exhibition soon ns were taken into tbe
OF FLORIDA Clerk of Court $ 1. Be it enacted > and House I. l.rnlment.
our aid this IGih day ol/ eC. iy flal.
To the States these facU, from theSccrelsry of the Treasury to th ere. He N, if we are rightly informed, of bouts Ihe broken portion of the draw was
, the July, A. D. 1840. and mty-fi'lh'! year of of Representatives of the United of Americain
.1arhl o Mi /irr I: the Independence of the United States of i Congress assembled: Tha whenever il shall so direct thc )x>.t )oncment. until after the clcse of the opinion that Mr. Koch has succeeded in tak.*n away, nnd then commenced the search
i : j rent session of Congre-s, until Congress
S TITUEREA5, heretofore witt OM the) eo-1 j Amerir .happen tha neither of judges of a dicuitciurt i 'otherwUe direct o( the whole or or such portion.hal bringing lo light a spccimin of the Tetracau- nnd efforts to recover the bodies that bad

f" f cniernth day of November, in the year of I\TIFOIU, Clerk: of .flhe United States shall atend It the commencement the appropriations mde by this act I the state of 'l lodon ofGodman species whose exigence fallen under it.
f of of the said
I the District f a session court or at lhe time
cur one thousand ciht hundred tnd twrntvwne Superior Ihe'rreas'iry shall seem to him to require; any order was doubted nt the lime when that distinguished At sundown, 19 bodies had boen recovered -
Florda; for Leon thereof
County. appointed on to
any adjournment open
U.e t Charter of Incorjioration waa granted, oil, in I adjourn lie! raid court in person, either of the for postponement to he made alike applicable to naturalist announced it. which with one recovered to.day, make

'Ondjtl"n".llnla"ons, by thc an-l rcRtrirtioi.n therein'po" is hereby given of the foregoing pro said judges may by a written order to the marshal, I each, item of appropriation, so .I the fate of Dr. Hi'rncr has been greatly interested nn acgregnge of Iwecty persons ascertained
LegiMaiivo Council of the Terri- NOTICE facts at the lime il in made, and a due regard lo
lorJofriutda.tnacertlnIhnk by the name and !I, to IU! persons mentioned and concerned 'tj'.urn the courl from lime to time, ss the cur the' public interests, will permit and all contacts by the vertebrae oltho a.imal-whid, muslin I to have been drowned.
therein I directed. require,to time or limes antecedent to te'
< arn thereby I
.I the or FLOIUDA ;' 1 may any entered into in of i have resembled the hu-
nu,1 ard those
to all I pursuance thee appropriations, so many respects
of the and all Farewell A
should LEIGH UED. Marshal. est staled terms sid suit, Eyes. very respectable physician .
l bctomc Subscriber to the Bank, !' court to made subject to the of this proviso. anund which Mr. Koch has t.iken the liberty
laid m -
u r mreuwn and oldie, Middle District of Florida, by actions, writ, processes recognizances, and other b 21st cnndiLoD. informs us that be was recently called
aligns And ; July ,
;- whereaa also, i 5 by JOHN F. KACKLER.D.M proceedings, pending in such Court, or returnable Approved to designate as a giant fourteen feet 1 1I
01 tl. aentflntb day the Au.2. lo prescribe in the rue of a who
February of
: m person
year be acted at such hnve
lo. or to upon If il be the columns of
Wi-ord court .hal high. spinal a mm I,
tdousald eight hundred and thirty- J was suffering a severe chronic inflam-
and bo and
I and be returnable I", tried I
three day head.
act was For the of books and documents he must have been at least fourteen frethigh.
t paMed by the Governor and Leg. | determined al such adjournment or adjournments exchange public i mation of the eyes, one of whicb was so
CouncIl of the of for foreign publications.! And if their iu those i
Territory Florida, to were "giants
amend i in the tame manner and with the same effect I if | much diseased as to threaten a total extinc-
aid! Charter of Incorporation, a, j Be it resolved, by the Senate and House of Representative it is than have read oh.
by l> the appears I the aid cow t had been duly opened and held at the days, no more we tion of the sight. that the
ordinal) enrollment of said Charter of In- of the United Sates: of America in Perceiving morbid -
of such session, other We that the bones in (
I commcnremenl or day however
torporation, and of.aid thereof, of appointed I Congress assembled Thai the librarian. under' theluperyj.ion I presume condition of these delicate organs was
amfndmert re- all
herder, and bound or required '
or cord IB the )ffire of the Fecrclary of the Territory Tallahassee (Florida) Races. to the said court persons either ns jurymen, wit- I of li Committee on the Library be q'ieston are a very equivocal guide in thi ,: occasioned by inebriate habits and the only

F.oria i well I by the t.ub1ic statutes of the MEETING: FOR 1841 wil I nrrses appear, parties a or ollienvlne, be bound and authorized to exchange such duplicates I may ben j, case. We cannot close this statement, without I. hopeuftheircure the entire abandonment of

Terturj Gusernnr of Florida, .ivi.zited ky authority of the THE over the Marion Course, required to attend at such adjournment.hal or adjournment i the libiary for other books or works. 1 I expressing our surprise that Mr. Kuch'j# I strong drink, he required his patient to substitute -
and ., Second That he be aathonied in same
iue Council of the lie way additions Ihe Fauna of this
nm- lich
On the 13th next, accordingly. i ( to countr Y
for his
ADdherci also! n"edndy. January I to documents. pure water usual spirituous
a law was passed by the Govfnorand owned in Sec. 2. And be it further enacted That the exchange I excited little the po.
h hnve
and free for all Homes presiding : so interest at ea j
LeI i.lative Council of the said Territo- ( Third That hereafter, 5fly additional copies of I; tntious, and the assurance was given that the
f.OI the fuurth Florida, or tho lower Counties of Georgia and I judge of any c-rruit court may a his discretion (l printed by order of either House. That gentleman by his ind, litigable researches '
day of March !in the year of OUT appoint special sessions thereof! to bd held at :lie d.umentl. : injunction would be obeyed. But some time!
Lr> one thousand Alabama. and bound for thc of exchange has contributed toward c'enring
h eight hundred and thirY.hine. FILeT DAT A Club Purse of $100-1 L the places' where the stated sessions thereof are.lioldeu to purpose passed away, nnd his eyes evidently grew
r inSand i Jockey i in countries.
requiring District of I i foreign l doubtful points, connected wi h the
sessions it shall be
Attorneys h which special up the knew
mile heats. ; comrII worse; physician the cause and
114 a ,
"lerrilorjto innitute Approved, July 20th :
eeeingg against such the requisite legal pro-in | SECOND Di-A Jockey Club Purse off 200-2 lent fur the said court to entertain 3. subject of fossil remains, than almost any i was willing that his patient, from bin own ex-
tileir flanking Incorporations and to near and decide all cases .equity cases in oilier living man in the Doubtless '
mile beau. country.
( respective D.strict*, .might have incurrcd Club Puree for $500 3 error, or on appeal issues of law, motions in ar. From tho Iond..n .Morning Advrliser. ; perience, should know the cause also. At
Qrkitures TIIIRO DAT A Jockey Cuvier if he the and
were now on ti '-
or their Charters by JOA-ler. and to I rest of judgment motions for D new trial and all Extraordinary Cure tflhe Deaf Dumb. stage, | length the man becoming much alarmedsaid
mile beats
Hine lo .ffect> ,0 that the SId ctr., FOURTH Ou'--Proprietor'l Purse. $200-1 mile ., other motion, and lo award executions and other --Dr. mod of restoring or developing -, prised of Mr. Koch's labors, md nth I.' to his physician} "Doctor, did you say I
1nlfht b declared null and void by the Jud-r. cent. final and to do and transact all other busi- Turnuul'l z iasnl, would not have been insensible to ,
"*torile, hcaU. 3 be*l in 5. Entrance 10 per process, senses cifhpnring nnd speech i is must give up brandy, or lose my eyes?" Notbrandy
prcper Courts in said Iiltrictl.Ald lakr are now open ness' ,end direct all othr in causes 'either. But his recent' rare and rich di-
And the following Swcep-t> al coverit's "
protdtg :: the
wonderful of "but all
berea.CJllrl. S. Si ley, I 1 undotibledly the most discovery odly, replied physician .
Alorfjofthe before lhe in the circuit trying
and will for if they are pending any mike ubout little
I fur run impression on '*
the "
1" Middle District of Florida p pronecu. b Raco .>n the three fllt.l. by a jury in the same way and wilh thc I l the! agf. On more than one occasion; w i spirituous drinks. "Then farevxtt eyes!
ting cue t the !learned sensibilities of
fotaid l Ttrritony* bah appeared on this day Jockey FIRST DAV.-A Posl-siaken, free for,all ages 2 fame force and effect 8 the same could or might J have laid before the public accounts of the : our eastern anvans I- said the infatuated drunkard; drink I must

.' b is ((,nid Tcrnitory and by him the Court mile hrsla. Subscription $200, forfeit $100; to bo I be done al the slated sessions of such courl. 1 miraculous cures which hnve been actually if they hnd be 'n the remains of some and will I cannot help it."

gives. to unde"tald. and be informed that for before the Jockey Club Race on the first Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That writs oferror poodle or :rirnalldn. So we judge at any ,
run and hesitate not to confess This fellow
Ild I witnessed, "Lich.wp of President
'nnk Florida" hath forfeited its w was worthy being
Clla..lld day 'of the next Ta'.hulee Jockey Club Race. shall lie lo the S'jpre'mo Court frm all judgments rate, from the notices: of Some '
all the 'Iranchives, and i immuni- : I Ii had we not seen we-could! scarcely have newspapers. ofa "Hard
privileges Hacc.SECOND ofa circuit: court, in cases brought there by Cider" Club.
'thereby 3 Scbscribern necessary lo make of them of the "pennj'w-ise" order, think it I _ _ _ _
conferred by and halh much
nl-uer. I DAy.-A Sweepstakes for three year i writs of error from the district court in like mlnI I believed. However as too p'jblirtly ;

t re!.that a nirefatiolgh iiwue according lo olds, 1 mile boats. Subscription $200: forfeit $100 h; I ner and under the same regulations, lmitilona I cannot be given to a discovery calculated lo good matter for a pun And others from (i BlacJncood's Opinions of Theatrical Dane.

w| before .id Florida," u ap- lo be run for before lhe Jockey Club Race on the and restrictions, an aro now provided by I confer upon human beings blessings whom something better might be expected l, |t ers.-Blackwond (old Christopher North)
I this Court at the proper time andrkf10 Club oferrora to rendered suits many it in briefest .
of the next Tallahassee Jockey writs judgment. upon ; despatch the manner.A I
*'how csue if any it could, whylla said' leCl1 day 3 Subscribers to make a Race. originally brought in the circuit court. i s scarcely\ inferior to existence itself, blessings contains a strong article upon the state of
*terof Incorporation should not repealed Rae"f. necessary olds without which life lacks its chief value a GREAT PHENOMENON Our t theatrical) lie looks
declared THIRD UAy-A Sweep-slake for 2 year I See 4. And bo il further enacted. That judgments readcrswill upon the encourage-

\ null and void; mile out. FuUcriptiop $100: forfeit $50; to be and decrees hereafter rendered in the circuit I discovery by which those excluded by the absence remerrifcer that; during the summer, the !; ment of minot theatricals as the cause of the
THEREFORE YOU ARE HEREBY COM for before the Club Racoon the district of the United Slates,within of from Ihe desirable
Jockey and courts
run tudday any speech or hearing most strange renewel of ihe eye of our fellow citizen t r
you make known t the lid of the nexiTalltha Jockey Club Race. Slate, cease to be liens on real estate ouht and communion with the I decline of the regular drama, and the monstrous .
'*k of Florida' and all the PresidenU.CssJiiers, .hal intimacy i Capt. George Davey has been a sub E
Subscribers to make .Hac. tcls, the same manner and like periods of uninteUectual
necessary reJ encouragement
hr0,5 Dirtet05 and Stockholders thereof that they b Subscription to Iho above Stakes can be made b 7 judgment and decrees of the Courts a of such State.: I external world, are admitted to enjoyments j ject discussion in the newspapers. The puppels.

the Judge of! our tioperior Court of C letter addressed to th.Secretary of the TallahasweJockry now ceaso by low to be liens thereon; and the respective previously unknown to them, (10 receive lh. statements which have been made, are not Speaking Taglioni, he says:-

*d4t Diitrici Florida for the County of Leon I, Club any time before the 15th day of DC.ccmber clerks of I he United States courts in such I l light of heaven with its all delighting In all particulars true. He has been "Thisvoman., whose sole merit is, that '
44| second this Monday in November next after the aut when they will be cbced; the entry to State shall receive the like fees for making searches I tions! and hold converse with their to. and gives the following stati appealed ,-I she dances well-of all merits she least mer.
writ, such other time the Court Ihe R -
or at before ce.
o bo the evening and certificates such liens ,
*' respecting[ as are now much cannot given lo sucha be found in the itorious-IS actually feted throughout Europe
Marion too meat to of Mr hand
11 adjourned to. at the Court House in tho Mr. F. P. GEROW is now engaged at the allowed for like services to the clerks of the publicity y. ,
City orTllahulo and County of Lon. to show, Course; and has opened Training Stables fur preme court of sl(1 State; and the eighth', sU-1; discovery as this, we unhesit.tin ly lay before C- pt. Davy is one of our most respectable -received at the table of emperors"and

UVlhil!* they far themselvta can *y. the accommodation gentlemen who have for:1.I and tenth (lie act, entitled, "An the public the wondrous facts which we citizens; and the statement which ho has furni'hed emuereseed-huzzaed by courts-presented

Sf JUw said Charter pf Incorporation (fhe"B.nl train. Mr. Gcrt w is well known I an per Ito amend the act of tho third of March one thousand witnessed on lat Wednesday. of this extraordinary phenomenon, with n purse of'.diamond* by one aupe'ftpu.

t&4.lorida"' oid, and hhould all not b repealed, aonuled, enred Trainer; and the fullest confidence Horses may bi;: eight hundred and thirty-seven, .Ilited'An aclsupplemenlal TWO patients, recommended to Dr. Turn may he implicitly relied on.-Somerset, .31'd. lent fool-nnd with a chariot with solid silver
c4 tlbrti.imluniti privileges placed hi his taf" management c"mllt. to an act lo amend sys. its wheels
"acLiiejs judical bull's care by tho Rev. Dr. McKinley, of 1 Herald. spokes to by another demanding
by conferred cited THOS. BROWN, S
ama l .
b ted to his charge. tem of the United Slates, and for purposes,
f l P 1C'on aid control 1 r **W Territory!, and July IB 51 Secretary and Proprietor passed March third one thousand eight hundred Kilmarnock-one named Margaret Shields I, "Dear Sir: You may have noticed various' for a few nights of pirouetting and bounding _

*rrl there do and receive what the 'said Court then I the Court or and thirty-nine:' are hereby repealed.Appruvcd aged nine years whoso parent thought the statements in relation lo the new rye of our at the Italian opera, a sum-which would ieed

'eTatd of it and (hum, in this behalf shall con.u r"r"jEFTERsoN SCO IT In County July 4th, 1840. had lot her.bearin when quite nn infant by worthy citizen, Capt. George Davc). Capt.Davy t. tbe peasantry of a province for,a month; and

give dctAod you are further commanded r 1840. the other named Mary Wilson amassing money which might raise the droop
Ol f the institution ofl this Petition/ lor Dower. > September Term, -- aged I, has seen some of the statements and
7 pIwicatiun 'hereof''. 'n some public! newspaper proceeding mltricl is hereby given, that a pe'ilion wi ill ) PUBLICNO.21. thirteen years, of Templ lon Hum, Kilmar pronounces them to he inaccurate. He has lag sculpture, painting, music, and literature

1'Ubd4Ls or rioridt,for tie apace of three NOTICE as above slated, for an allotment John Scot o t f I AN ACT to Grenada to remove in the oce Miminnirpi.from Chocchu- nock, whose parents My *hn wai born dat if given me Iho statement of the case, which ll of an empire._ _ _

l 0 I froDlhe day "r H>. date and' tJ> ttiTizrclurni in the lands formerly owned by ma the and House of anddurnbWer6 introduced into the nwhere send this and wish to A BENrixEjrr The
heruC .o.'ef the land. tint Sec. I. Be it enacted by Senate you day, expresses a BT AIT OLD GUAID.: -
of Mid lid
ofhi. writ, and your Ioed. county; of the Uniled Stales of America, we attended witness Dr. Turnbull'a that in fact Whig model Presidential
.. On first dal thi known and described as the North hilf the ut: Representatives have published, any enors may for a .Candidate.
sat& Cr 01 lut Weal quarter lhe West half of the North EasquarterIhe in Congress assembled, That the :Sand office aler ouetnlion*. be corrected. The case imy: give rUe to A Military Chieftain who fights by deputy;
half of.lhe North West quart Chocchuma, in the county Tallahaichie, State i ofMi.iNipp1 Into the of each of these childrenthe
Wnt-RICHARD G. WELLFORD, West and shall be removed to and located in the ears valuable investigations.: It is necessary to a Statesman who corresponds through &
C&rk of our said Court, this 16th -lhe East 'half of the North Wcmt quarter, poured a few drops of white is *
day of so c- in Yalabujha eountv, in said operator say that Capt. Davy a highly respectable, Standing Com'iitteea; Lawyer who pro. ;

fV Eth year of July of tbe A. D. 1810. and of tbe UM United aixty. the tion West half of inu the, Su1 East>n, range quarter four., Nand Lh Stat and it shall be the duty of the registers and liquid and added a Imal bit of lint to pre worthy and respectable man. Professor' vides for the poor by selling them at auction ; '

I ldepndeoc thiry.ba the of public money for land office. I it* wre ther. allowed I to medical have and Partisan
fc t.of A : East. POPE & STONE. rr.iYf .ic vet escape Granville und other men examined a trading offering to join every
.K. G. WELLFORD ,Clerk of aut 1 J., Au'ysforPct'I." within sixty days the from books and, after passage and whatever of sit quietly for and huur and a half, wbon the I the case. Respectfully, faction in the country-*provided it don't get -

Ul 8op1 Coutt*T the Middle District of LAud for Sale. else act, belongs to remove to said office,to rerd plac of location, Doctor slowly and silently approached fnt'' Aug51840. LEVIN HANDY. into the nevtpaptrs.'-Boy State Da*.

Florida for Leon County. 1 04 ACRE OF MIXED LAND.ly'II. hereinbefore provided for.Le the one and then the other, with, his : I Statement*- "In tbe yw 1779, about tblast I -

N O11CE : oe a4 half! mile to vbe A Jull't, 18. ;in bis hand; and in both case 'no sooner did of March, when- about ten years and TBUTII.-He who speaks fightlyof femaksocietyis
tdi. i 11,111i.n of 0. (foregoing rra 'lareof MadUon, in MadiM CDtl..F. he two three of the'pa.' old inflammation fell a numskull knave -the former
on.: told on the 12lb of t the come.wihi or yards nine months an upon or a
Oc GUt
I' .--.I. Ue *aid.jrillife.Monday, Soldlor the benefit of L. of litBtC-NO. 3 certain fortification ti; 'nt. eye i d; lted.feeling of saprite. tbeball of my right eye and continued in a not having sense enough to discern its

thCrSb1cIaIfl4p.ql..r : 1_T.TowD6. 4. .. ,AN XCT*"Jlki United-ri for Lb, ywr one and m moment after, a UM licknl'of high degree for about six weeks; separation benefits, and the! latter hazing th* restraint it

.. 4rt' 'tliddle da 1.. Tar.m. w!o ifo dy of ale.. f '- : \ tboijund 'oifta nvndreft and./o1. tha\valdai. _became more distinctly a; took'place, and a discharge of corrupt pus. lay*co .&> vica*.
.JSOHW F. KACKLEK- ,, !). :51-: "DC. w J P' HX> : OQarlaU r

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.j 'will bo I Committee, which had already been appointed other laws';if a to be bid asida toithovt
oraflbcted much"more subsian.tinl. .there persons never having taken the" trouble country with their bills, until they information And is that the (aw.
by something coll ct' tht, state of
I that Branch to
And by Territory
I in the dollar
TRE.FL41iDIAN. I worth but ten cents : I under
I t It depttfd on the actions and conJuC ]j to read the resolution adopted at Bezeau'8 I the shou'.d: then complain, will not.th ifI I sought for by the resolution ot the Senate of th blessed patronage o.the Union Bank 'b .

TALLAHA6SKE' FLORIDA : of the Bank itself,.and on that of those'who and compared that resolution with the certifi. I Baflw' people answer : The people did not.com-I the United States, and.to inquire and reporton this I the "prosperity" to" which it brings u*.

___EDWARD. R, ...(. ;jos_, jsfaTpa. have the control of it. I depends on the e1. I I cate.If they had, they would have seen,j4i plaio. No one told us we werevrol.g.. We I the condition of the Banks the atfAafiWLoco ted": Mr.the B.growth.t lJs us of that Middle the bank ha "'mw14J.
offence to
I 18 JO. hilfit! the Bank can maKe of its situation, of beyond the possibility of doubt, that no comj I were making money in fine style. It was u 1 'J his was such a serious nnd Florida in "wealth
Saturday, September it sets population. 'That "
'- -- its j mittce the citizens of I I m.'st profitable thing to us, and to our Foco Mr. Hcmbftha! ha.sljth lat d l the
-or-. = ability to ndcffn; in due s;ason, its nbliga. was ever appointed by I to
% i7RibiNI; -. U .:. I I a' their I him ready to leave his party, and he is cum.pletetyupenmd people extravagance, to runntng, debtto
beard sieckholders.
; UP 7111Democratic T by They were paying up
Tallahassee and
tioi.s. It depends: too, si-tnexihat the as far as we br I herii'ids wild: i speculation*, vve have '
)1 upon the I turned over, when ,no douLt4 .BveVy
debts lo
and their other
stock debts
ART'' r .v A"N .B U. .t'N'\ ) addressing
_1', spUt exhibued by thoso who th nlth'e j, any one else, for any such purpose as I .f Halik ten dollars with one doll.ir'a worth Hf I tint Iris old, Loco foco friends actually lotted man and woman in the TcrrUorY'will"r
-- 'RrpUfl'C.IUIftEts; ; I j t A rends ofjhc Bauks 54e the the President of the United' States. : i the tank' nnd doing depreciated witness to that hidaiid do
a 110 j Ithe tip pear. I I h property. You, the people, seemed content I 'gnint *, by so many now mo,
;1 There doubt: a meeting held at Be. I the value of Union Bank bill from 10 and grievously deplore[ it, and will
TriW.WD. aTcrs the'y l tnake-of-TJeing wtlltJtglr>restore I was no I with the matter; and aa you were so kind j deplore it 'aUl)
FOR HEN \TORS | *LBJAJ4 : DI'C1C'F. j I the Bank to that ( of proceedings, that I zeau's, 'hUt we believe a gyjat portion of the .' so good, so gereroru, us not to find: fault I 12 to :30 or 40 per cent below par. Won- more as ihings rolf on in their inevitable

) A. UERTHELOT :'f 'Lion, Lp t will ejtbl iJso bring their-notes I citizens know nothing; about it, until some j" with us, why we thought it was all right, I der'iil Prodigious f fWe c course. But this stimulus of a flood qf Uuk
soon ; to
lAS CfERUUSONtJr.of Gadsden, i up to what of is lo society like the
time afterwards. The resolution adopted at mid that our course met approbation. I should really like to know day paper stimulus of a bottle
ELIAS E. BLACK llUlltf, of Jtfferlon, par with the bills of thu neighlx>ring States. I your reached whiskey t to the drunkard.
r p \ that meet:'g prescribes I the object h raisirg If you, the people, have been oppressed and I the year that this horrible information; A short scwnn
JAMES j. BELL, OJ ll 7)2dtOfl.) When tit-Y see that such n spirit as that I I ohe committee, and ulso prescribes the duty bamboozled by all this It. is your own fault, I thn ear,of Mr Bembrey, that his Loco Foco i; of ligtit, and life and joy,-but the gay dream

prevails among them, the bills of thnt Bank I t tf that committee) i| >< ai.d you must tako the consequence. We I l lI friends talked so terribly agui.ist the Bank ? is soon over, and 'ho curses ihe inebriating
: FORTH! HOUSE K u- Pr.JSF.-"ATVr.S.: I and his
\11 will become of more The published account in the Star hns I ha\'e gained our object. If you are in u I h How he must have been astonished and horrified I draught, own fully. II ncrt-r yet has

t ; NATHANIEL W. WALKER, value.lfjr'iatl'they nlt arc told by the Prci.dClt I these words : {If. difficulty, we w;!h .\ ou well out of U ; vvevi I Did they luwever, talk differently happened and never will happen otherwise,
DANIEL MJKAENY \1(1 ; but that the
I f from what they talk now? And how, and gay; dream of'pajer
.. I.f must take of ourselves
of that its has I l.'tt.Ittd. That a cnnimitlrn lie nppointril.I i care prosperity
one Agent -
JOSEPH BRANCH BUlk approprilled
I I \\ ailupolIl.' !; Kxci-lloncy; I I.e GII"I'"jf ..f Florida, : I I Now, we should like to know of Mr. Bernibry I when, and w! ere, did this'oJdcrlul: change was soon by Cimmerian groom and
THOMAS' BALTZELL. : to !hia own use the t funds uf the. ink. darkness.
__ _. j I I Si list r.-. |.liiitly:t ...1.lU-. on l.i'lialf uf the CIlizrilHj what answer he, or the people, could: I take place? Nothing of the kind ever came
: ,-;Tiz.TANi11.ttN destined to meet the drafts of the Bank : ul v llic ntco iiy of witlidrawinjr the' iinlilu ,'Irom So far know, the But. when did this
t to
: "' Tlie jirinciilfs| be ) 1Tisnol j make to this ? None, none none. The I our knowledge.' as "prosperity" and this
l inaiulnirieJ uuMirml when they see that reef to thousandof !I, llic'lronlH-r I II 11.1 on1y"'u\\'rcJ but e iy nty eight people could only : we have been a set Bank Reform party have always paper begin and
vjl. say
in llic and thi-ir iiipnt-diato end
sr<' tJ.] ',' to th. South; and what n> unininimr| I city, i ieqiJi--' rent : I talked and how did it last.
the drafts of another Bank arc returned of dupes and dolts." Mr. B. would i probably I same 1 llllguage. Tiey certainly always long It began in 1835
huh, thry are the prittlp't "f hit party? -( i KOIIGEMe. Where would ask is the authority for r ,
t we I nnd ended
the of the banks in May 1837 for
crriE."Gen. protested, shortly after i large sale of bonds 'be very glad to be permitted to hold hid against gross mismanagement at that time (tt be .

t 11,\I.t.'OS. whil* Gov< ni President of United States ? There was I __ __ i'J violation of II saniB st.ile. From the
I o|'i)ruve<1 a law fMVfcd by tin- L"lsn friends of that I I people a depreciated currency, moment of suspensiou
: tu.e to i F.I.I: MEN for FINK ur COST- Balk are clamorously pro. no other meeting that ever we heard of; and I I The Magnolia Bunk. I tno duty they owed to the people! and in \'f. t the business of ihe country has been in dis.
1 1 horaniflaw' drrn-rd tie IMIIIM'mit-ir! til" THIitTY I claiming) that i few Democrats have talked I The| public arc aware of the attempt to revive elation of their sundry promises of the great order, and the currency depreciated.

MNT.: STKH'Ks to IIP '*It1IC'I ie<1 <>n ny perwmIlius down the value of the bills of the Ba k some I we believe it is not pretended that there was this broken institution, and establish it in I benefit to confer. And while they We cannot exactly tell at
frolil; ulio Mior.ld: ABSC"M 'iroin In.puicluixo..! other. Now ask where is the author. I they weio what precise
i E Ilradi-r, how do yo-i Uk- t-lim h'ccniif-ii| ..f II rn-: thirty or forty per: cent-are we to".be sur. I any we I t the city of St. Joseph, without there being: t thus talked against the bank, they declared it time the pressure began to be fell Severely

'.5 B .in,iii. in ddditiuri to tic: Ohio' race, and tvcnvtme I prised that distrust seizes upon the mcncyed I ity for the committee to do any thing more any legal authority .for so doing. The cir- I iheir intention to take all and every proper l Different illd.\iduals would If'ellt at different:

r \ thin tlial, fur the law specially mrluarsOMKNns i interest I than make the inquiry of the Governor, re. measure they could lake, to produce a Dl'uerI tim"1'C-hlit in 1839: it began to
in the great cities, and in the adjacent t cums'anccs under: which the bank has thus; rear so beavi.:
.I \\ wrllan.. men to be vliip cd 11 fullthirlxniiir I erred to in ihe resolution When they had I been I state of things. If we mistake m.tIr.. L ly, that it made a Loco XVJCQ' of Mr.
t lalllll.nOLlI1U: S'atos. And particularly when they see established, were detailed in the Report, Bembry,
that service \vcrefu dus officio I Bembry concurred in all their views, and and I'D, a few months we find
performed they
Ii :: .\ & WIIIUEHY.7tt i iIi that it is I') the interest of these persons to I 1 I made some time since by us, acting as Commissioner j ihisprosptrilv"
_ -their office was at an end. They had i talked we dare say, as much as anyoneami so completely al an end, that som five hurt.
II,' tut .\'.Y.S.'ar.! a ItjJi ;it h un.al.!, I bring about the ills, the existence of to examine; and 011 the state \red
_ im'-tiy' 'g f j very I no more authority to constitute themselves _I I : report i 2 2I now he i.s the cai.dulate of the bank suits are brought at one tem of the

"l 1'ul win-it* 'UI IIUdll'." ilii as 3 1I1'1\1'r.* wh.ch they arc so ieelicgly: lamuuling ; that I committee, and, i.i the name of the citizens of] i and condition ()that institu'iun.! It was there I party, for the paltry reaso.is; assigned by him. I Court-"wide spread rui.." is to follow tho

p' 't ,, l.hll i""lil't'tlud\\IiiZ J p.ti'ly njr'u1,ttf iiiul N-'W"III..Itd!Y'.rnJ j HO-II l I.,, IIMMHil.rm lie "I.I..qu.\' u bile it i is their i.itercsl to do this, they have 1 Tallahassee, c.pen a correspondence with the I bhowti that the Directors of (hat bank had I :, Mr.I Bembry will have to look out for some I payment of debts in the legal: money of ibe

: t Ii|' any t.. ji lion t i int- .n i !I' -. MI< .'roir, .i the power to do it, if they thii.k: they can get: President of the U. States, or with anyone I passed a resolution, declaring that the bank better reasons than these. '1 country. This i is a most lamentable state of
_ _
L. to :Ill-it; tlial ,url..nll\O 1O :IiHlt I : \fl L. els.-, than; they had to negotiate a loan, or Indo p J Mr. B. declares, himself great admirer of our Territory, and most deeply do we
sustain i i:1 ni.cl
public) opinion$ $ to thrni : doing it; I was ready to pay its bills i'i!' specie; that this : deplore
_ I O.S t Ill I. lf( rI III! Wilier |'l.llly i', tills SlUl Iini any other business: illl flic name of the cit :I the credit system and it is very plain) : that he : it. But shall we applaud! that which has
uliea they fi id that, at the C'id' uf Iwo I resolution had been in several
p ; lured, Mild rtruiiyiy too, wi It AI-O ilinn 'ItI!1. ali a L published newspapers ;
** izens of Tallahassee.It j understands; ; KO; liltlu ot iti ,naUire, that n,!1 caused these evils 1 Shall we to the
ii half yenrs of siispcnsio: <, they arc loss prepared I indeed, would be state of things, i., Georgia and Alabama; that a lead. I would have into hU head the ideal live and passive say' ac.
1 TIltV Ymk St.tr ifii l.it r i!:; ... : ...', r ; a pretty I sscrn to got I agents i.ihis niter: "go OD
p. ft'41, ['.... r. ft'-.i iii li.'hii. n.. I Hut ilie .Kiiii.nMri-ay io nay sprcia tui: ; whcl( they first sus i t'Zt committee appointed by the citizens of t t ing i t..lI.kVhig journal in Alabama: had recommended I l tr that if the Loco Focos talk sigaii .t tho mismanagement thou faithful: l and meritorious servar.fcj fifth's

$t t..-ll .ll' .\I! ) is t"<> llll. 1. I.K lol.t! I.. ,; l'i uI l tcj 111.4lifiini i. pended. any place for one specific purpose, and that I tilt bat.k: to the c.llidcllCC: <] of the : of the bnr.k which has IJ lilt the 1 : Go 0:1: Continue tud" these thiags Throw

_ r <.*.s of Illtf Ab'.."Vitli. l I", in \lii. 'M ,.t',.tlvm *1 hcse are IK! ;.* thi.gs that cause the tills of purpose expressly and positively prescribedto I I people Alabann: as a specie' paying bank, I' currency of i this Territory tha worst in the I :jout your bills and call them in just as you

,i.. ': .I\\I.I.c I tiV > .".c..ilrJ. 4l !J I..z..f., IDC iliitiTdu': I. a Da. k to hedc, rrciaicd ; ai.d not the talk. t them could take upon themselves to e.xtend I "foiiniled on a solid! specie capital; ," when in I i whole United Stales, that the credit system I .please. We will not complain. You have

p : t their powers as far as they (bought right ai.dproper. I I must be at an cutr e assure Mr. B. that stimulated' us into ,,
that be .! 1 the Democrats fuel it did 'prosperity during two
JLur..1: i.VCT Or'.loo-Th. ''oI1.\Vi:, .: may in < by insisting: not possess a dollar of specie.
t This think would he a ; : i he is \
we much
t.rani.Y mistaken.i ears. By refusal
I r.tlf&1' tJi li'1" 4 ""Ilk I H.-< ii4y' |1.r. |1'<> utltf tll.eI. r o,i the the : the 1 : i In i very y your or inability: to pay
If talcing of thesn
Balk however
nIit'rs proper and) despotism too revolting t I.) anv' mind t to consequence publica- i ij.t' the .i
:, c.lIar 1 I s.i.'I .11.1.:1. "'. M..tt t .hl.\I.I..I..s: Among blessings of tfiis credit system, Ispecie, weare reduced ti> a situation \vbirh
j I : t..Ie' IU 2.) It fct.. liy lillllM'l to Culii-iili ill.cyli measures to restore a sound) and sifo cuircucv submit to. And ) ct lli'u i\irtu.illy 111' I 1 .--." ..4 :'? Motrs came in on it, and the \1 r. Bembry tells the people-! with all becom- j jI I f widespread nin: will Lc our portion, if
J lit .. to the coti.:1rv. claim ill this I Directors, although ::11".!, I 1 we
toil* in r< .Jtioa I. puo'ii- I r put by committee. ullprcj ?.r.I] i it: c gr.t..itylbat: ;! have to pay our debts in specieor its
4* 8'ht.1! 11)ii'S M'hf.d. n tiii-ri* IK ii.. wn) liy w:1II1I:: J Is it then surprising |Ihlt[ a number of ollrmost 1 r.iiii :i get.iU-man in :1. Joseph sis much specie ; "I., iii.it yjh'o'ii v.-n rn su-- "., r. !: 1 lent but q-aivn
,t'" I till (1 i<';."14l (i".cit..i..t < :'III 'I' I l'l/ : -
I f ii i "-iMtiii| I jiivcr lii.ii Il..j- Inn> be 11 an tbJi of the IVrriiory. i 11.1'1/) '" linn I'V li: <- "I'! !" ofllii t nt ti IMI. .\ LO.iinu bills 1 Is Irrlk dozen the credit of
thc St.tr letter the President of the United your tins .. ..
t to I : ,. .
: .:t ea <"> "-I lira t to 1 1 t'e irli le if tin tu jilusrc-; it is such a beneficial tiling) for th.; Territory this did not woik well they tried ; n.ther 'IICf' r"'!1..'" 01 ">'If' nstistr V." ui> -j-" *
I t States, purporting. II) lie addrcs! -cl by aCommittee I people to say and dn 1 Docs this exhibit
f /eal'l'rupflu.f'dtulllUt lil'l'1' II.i .. move, fir whieh w c refer our reader; to We cM! !luot that Mr. B. would have
; : ai.d: th.i .it!f the thai expect
'J, ii ,m .1. i ie ;..h:. no$ .lni2' II."I. I"'., tttc e npp artt I, pi:i pie Territory a 'suu1 ,iled I fur I that purposeby a j I avfssturl of" prosperity" in the country No!
: f 4t vie to be II' CJiu italic nut objection' i.s cm. t tt*. money: slnnild. lie, orntwcd to : great: extent i tnl'ctiw: of tie eiti/eus' of J'i3.ths.ec; should! ; I a liter from a correspondent. in St. Joseph.1'hev !j : o-i such dai.yerous( groiu.d: under i: It. rather shows a most deplorable state of
: oppic.l. nibrjciiijr ."I i .t..J 'I. i. *il'nn.juwi' 41 1 the faith of the and otherwise ; arc i i'siiing lost Xutes. payable the 'facts: of the e:5l. Can he, tell, or mauC: tlii.iga. ,
oil : Tcnitory forward and declare "tht
t..... huh may lie iliiTWi"0! "dtctl. l>ut t.c! J'Uf- II conic no public even a rough gues as to how much of I lilt ]: _ _ _ I
." \\ (Ilild be- : : and : meeting:: of thfs citizens, wj-.s held:! coi.s itutii" twelvemonths! afusr: date. Thetwelve : | Tearing
idvantigeois Down
f t Ii..e s.f f II e ''rp.rdOIlJ"1'! i)1..4 K i belclclalln I: money borrowed I by I tho lrr:ion Bank: on I the the Office of the
rI .' / tent thr fir At pe'olziu iItrdutt int I'ongr stT the rest If the Union. I Lot us SeP how the 1 .., ::n r>r r.li"ill p. tl.e"rummillee aforesaid! ; fur. months after due is i written in a unjll hand : credit of the Territory, h:: < gone to ''Start" I i ..orhUan.i .
(! <>Mti<>ii lli.il L all the c..ii lit ly .iicive Mi. ,i.unwinili I I! any Mich I purpose. I and will be rtot to br IIflicrt'illanut) t The Star thinks
_ I .!... ( |I.r.) luvini' no 'lIh:1.liLoinls., wat free truiii Hie thing would, work, if the rest of the Union; I Tliey ditillt.t1"11.1nw of i the metiig: at very apt ;j poor vcung men in tins: ; race of I fortune ? and I j or pretei.ds to thii.fc; that
.. "I"I.II J had imitated Florid and more particular cxaniiiiatio: than most persons how much of it has start the rich 1 jihere: is not sufficient evidence to show
our that
:){ .Ijj-j t in made to Missouri andrk.ina<<) ; ;i Legislature, run 1 the tinif; it w.is lid! Tiif-V had heard) to I beMire goneto
:.. Nt..V: R" HAVE SLAVEuY AUMHTlID I Ir 1N- \ as much after borrowed money of a committee) having,: bce.ii appointed:; I generally give to bank; notes. jn.ui.; tn ihim additional force and p werj !j llhere t was; any such cause to apprehend thatatter'

1.IT. I But to think of a bn.kcn! bank; revived] j i and means i in the race he was alre-uly! run. would be
only pt m.ide
Territorial bot.ds for the of to tear down
,1 *. I 1Ir.r.\lCrJ .f "'ing fri. to ns-o t t.) wait (Iii lisa (; \ "riIM; [but nothing was 'I tany u
am ( Mi ly i-'nvrry. J II
.t' I the U Life & and land refusing tit ils old bills, having ti.e j ni I ig ?7'1'1 It poor !innng men ot'tli t 'f tr.I olHce of the Floridim'.or lhat
t, Fr-.ni' my earliest yniilli 10 'bt urL'<'nt II Will .1. I IM4 i uiol, Trust ; ever paid, intil a aflerwanl, that they ever pay I ; any threat to that
..:. K e been the anlfiit f iini of lituu i li'xTiy.'' :M IV.sacoIa has. Us., 83,900,000() heard of, about) a (Cornmi't: : r bi"ir appointed asiunuice! to i;"ue Post ..tl'It! CZtS. the {!: ritory arc th.lt.seal cd) to be- caught wiih such 1 1ciaifis j effect was m.de. The publc: is to Judge' of
tli.u::c of .-ig.vCfl. 1 !"'( .i IIt.I! a .MCMBKIv I : uf '. to an ( to : dim'i to bank assurance. What an exaltedin.i Jthat, aid we from
i.:b'C 1 republish the colam.i of the
.1 SOCIETY cMabluhrd: m UK-'I- I can j.'ivc \f r. B. some iJr.i of hownrich
...id if : I Life & Trust[ owned out of the United States.! /Hie appearance of the Ad.] t thce bank t folk! hive of the : I Star itself! what
rp: n Virginia, thctlbjt''ltl \\hI'a; to nuio'uifittr i i "pi..iol1 : the rich mr-n got. ITethall leave him we conceive J full and coraple'te -
I Territory, 400,000( drcs in the Star, v\as I the firsl t i.titn.tion:
ilie i'diti'ii of iIva', atid '.rcure tlioirW.duiu
J. (. I gullibility of thf\ pc'pe-11U1: this is sur.-ly to figure tjieshaiethe I eviJence of the I fact.
}1: ( liy every lcjj.il iiir '.11 My' vl'u.'rltlic: Do. of IVusai: oa Bank, say 200,000( ( that most, if not all of them hi.d of anything up j'ftor ones zjot.By .
Jo.' friend, Jud:Q Halt(iIIU1| t1(' .it.iit cojulyvu< alKo -. (if the kiad being in CO..tl'l1Ii'latiwl.-; :, .n.iii" it a little too St tr.U".. There must I be I ISUlilt' I the returns made bv the Bank to the I The Star further objects: to our chanicte-

t tl a incinWriil' liis! >ocictv, and. Inm l.tcly: >ivcn me \ 84,500,000( [ Anil' WIWfI''e tuk, is the cviilince of the I bounds to the credulity, and: gullibility ot I I Committee; it appears; thnt elrren rich men ri>i.g the Tallahasseecorrespondent of the
u t'crIIl t'ato llial I vv.is on one-third
Oa this, there i is to be paid of Committee fir such the people, in illation tn these- banks. pot rf: eighteen hundred thousand :t. News
I'.i --._,___ u" ._ '.' _-:.=_'. --. : : appointmci.t: any any t dollars lint Augustine as the "\\ Correai .
Flu minor)'. j Interest: on the boads. at (;pr' ct, 8230,000 c purpose 1'h'fI; i is the t-vidfiico of any ; Sr. Josui-ii, 4th Sept.' to. of that; t ticenty-firc and rich nun : otone.hal I : -ydei.t", ; of that paper. We did tlwt O t. oa the
amount individuals
make the i Do. on 000,000, at 7 pr ct, say 40,000' mc-etinpbtfing held to appoint any such! Coir "Dear; Sir : 1 send you enclosed herewith I eighty : got a- S
s 1.- ;. ntQt'ln'\ltiH try..to, pcople i I Ix.titfrc.iz1hs of'ti&: -..m.This authority of the correspondence tsdf. 'Ihe
f ut tC'.e lt ,t IUt \ ... mittee 7 7Air. a revised ediiion of a familiar! woik, heig: a I Itecertt s was w bat II

: cause of the depreciation) of the bills ot tht \I Suppose the rest of the Union V4 was\/,in/ww a Dcmury sa\s-I i( l'-i.: ; 'l'; );.11 110 ..,I i i.-suo of the broken Magnohu (baik, or' they got 0:1 their Mock. II it\' much tiey! writer, after describing the previous see cs.

i U..io'i' Bank There is soweilsiig: yo IiulicrOtisty ,. anxious i.i oilier wonJs, the Planters'and ;Merehau:.j..* got on their pCI sOIH.I nolf-s ilicn'inted, we says : He then threatened to tear do n the
,4 similar,
cOdlliol: how would the fglrl's stind I provide a remedy for ourciatrd dprs I know not. It i is, h however. we !bhe!: \ t.f'r !' "
bank; of Florida, I II.r.. ( ;itt.r. f'ashieruhich earn oI ce. Who docs the Star
: t abs'inl in titi! that we really do nofciow 1 suppose the ire
will them. There are 16000.000 of pet). cllrn JcTli. : \\':IS'I'n'. coinnsen.bio ii; violation (If the ni.indares of t tbolav.s of'public cot riely: that the nl'!II-lt i is rut re-tern to ?

t. hw to trc.it .t. To laugh at it, woulthiid pic h i the U:.ilcd Slates. W'e viI allou d.- ; and is he not still anxious 1IIfI., if'. of tbu country continues to out if --mnll. nut
pour : | the .
Ii. .,V bebecmnhigoii, sosetiuiiga: i s'iljeriniu\ ; d I 33,01)0 1 for Floiidu. Fjolicia. then, bears t to lie is, what i U the remedy which bo whiles i ill.' .l i.'IJ'.!, with uniiHialK iii-.giistmg: feaHires. I. I ll'ith these data to help Mr. B. in i his caj !- !''Foco !!! writer It .r the letter may be n loco

vet gravely to argueiignii.bt it, would be lik<2 tho ret of the Union t the propoitiou of 1 to to provide ? Ila.s he thought of any ? Has Fiiuliii, all its recc'it isvJes; retnr.iedi : j ciia! !j'ja: we will leave him to fgure/ ont tho I uny: have been written to fur.

a philosophical .iisf"II'.i'lI; showi.ig that tlx 3 ;(). The dnfcrei.t Slates, or the people of l his friends of the Bank party thought oIan -i,j upon: them with; "specie requisitions": accord j i share \ !tile!) the pooryotngnKvi t go!. nbh evidence that a threat was made lo t tear

!'ing to the terms of Iln'ar'au Ited advertiseinnl It| down the office !!! Prodigious Docs
used the
4 v in.MI really was not, as some people t<' the dillbrent States, would then Le in debt They arc now going: 0:1 their fourth ycar oj f FrospeiJty. :
and after the redemption of Some time since f euitor of the Star
some the Conscrvntivcs human
hc1iean id of : expect to'g.It
lb wereI
cheese. hundrtd depreciation. not that any
green four and fifty times than FIJ long enough lo sit t.
:.:. It 1:0. .0t ife.j: iiiat vie fi.id persons very cc.. ida now IS.times. tsfy them Have thry not had a sufficient[ S300, you to the will pitiful perceive that they of have resorted I very fond of t talking about the great benefits I being by flummery of that sort. His own
expedient: 1
live old do ihat which is calcula.. time to their imitating the Union Hunk had been to Middle Florida. I party cannot but blush fcr him. If he cannot -
!: .XI'IUS: to ; 45U $4,500.00U is provide rcmrdy if they ever ii I. their superiors, at least in contrivance; by i

g. tea io pnj.idico their own interests.t Why I '? I 'I'\\1.0 TUOUaAMJ:, MILLION. of do!1. tendlo do so ? We do hope that; .,lr. Hems tilli I ig up t their bills! payable at twelve months: !1 I! We do hot think they aru quite so fond.+ of the better make a better defence than that, he bad

r sw>uld ilie Democrats wish to depreciate the' lard !! Thc annual. interest which would bry will enlighten the people as io this remedy! after date, ia such a manner: as to escape any j I: theme latch""c* arc pretty sure tKv, T are say nothing.

: bilU of thi U..IOI Uai.k ? I would be tcj I Le the enormous amount of 01 81 O.OO.OUO which he and his frieads are about providing; but the eyes of the most scruti-iivting:, ; observntioj I ijOt.-.There are too many; suits on the .t lockettoialk \Ve had no doubt at the time, nor have wa

: their own injury, and t'> the benefit of dlir) UAE ASD T\VLNT\\% fir we take it for granted that Mr. B., illll'a\- -a trick lo deceive the, unw.irv. I : about prosperily. Mr. Bembry, how. now, that it was a real bona fide Conservative
I*.. lU.\JJlBL idcrsland, by good authority; I that (there has i is bold letter;
CltS. They all see thM. They all sec i JIILL1O4\;! !-equal to the :amount ot: t ing his old 'party; has not abandoned; all hopes bee-i a small amount of these Post Notes .I over, enough venture on the theme( by one of the persous eugaged

and foe. ] that it will advance their own interests debt incurred by the U.Kted Slates duii.ig the of providi"g some remedy. seated for redemption, and! the reply was ltrt 1., : aral assert that the Bank had been "the cau.,c i i'J the disturbance. We do not think the

; ,,1 to restore the of Middle FI.i rj. But that ? .bat of great prosperity" If) .Middle! Florida and editor of the News would be all
; currency last war ; and a LI greater than the average; is enough Are the people I to they are not? duo untilll'xtIan.'h, but at likelyto

I tl k da-that is, the bills of the Union B.iiik: and I amount of the whole annual cxpurls for the rest satisfied' with some 'feeble remedy forth ft they are :as good as Union money aid: better ;, bad "stimulated her growth ia; wealth and pubi! >h SUCh c letter from ai anonymous

the Life & Trust-to a sni.d; : condition.! ,. labt six years present evils (,f a depreciated currency ? I> low. If they are, it must be in Alabama or 1 population in a most striking degree." correspondent, in relation to. such a matter.:

What (fly it would b iu them to do that \hat,do \ou think of that, fellow citizens: 7 nothing to be dono (for the future ? Is this I.i Georgia; us they do not take here.I : \\'e shall nol stop to inquire how far, the His appetite fur slander is scarcely so ravenous -

which injures themselves, aud which they las not this borrowing business this charming wh.lemallertnbei..fttotheBar.ks.nlllltl.: ? Directors:have said neglected when to say laughing'; that one and of jok-the five/ hundred suits brought at the last term oftheSuperior l as that.

know \ill benefit their oppnents Credit Sv stem, been somewhat 0\crdu.e Ihuse who manage them, and to those who ig;: about Cavert draining the specie, that this, Court, is compatible with) the existence In addition, we again tell the Star that a

Who is beiefitteJ of f herein Florida ? Caa a thing of tins kind 1 1I are interested in producing and keeping up)j, was to prevent him. (Grant it-and n preventive of this "prosperity" which the bank I i is respectable gentleman in 'Iowa claimed the

c the bills of the Bank? The stockholders al.d[ work veil 1 tor Fl-jridj, which would be utter these abuses. If :Mr. Bembry is disposed to to circulation before this their notes said to have produced. But has I.. Ben merit of having: p.evented the teari.'g down

jL those indebted to the Balk And who art run: if the example was followed by the rest be satisfied with this much surely the people would take here, and that give them credit bry forgotten: that as late as April last, lit the otfice. I If he wishes the. name, and will

f- they I What proportion do the Democrat j of the country 7 are not. abroad; but now--they--.--are.--no-go.- held( very different language. lie was then send us a note reqllc t.rg; it. he shall have it.

who arc in that pobiiion bear to ihe Conservatives I We do not pretend to say but that it may Who knows but that the Banks may fiid: Mr. Betnhrysavsthathistvear( he" was the Chairman of a meeting called to take into The editor of the Star no doubt feels annoy.

: : 7Ve make I rough guess, as at one.I benefit a few. If i did not, we should tot it to their interest to get up another four;years not ignorant I that banks were capable of eon 1. consideration*' "the distressed situation of tincountry ed and mortified, at the fact that his own

F to fiut'. Why, then, not throw the blame (If f: have seen such avidity shown in getting thcsw I of suspension What guaranty; h have we milting frauJs; that they were liable; to errors ((Leoii county.) This did not look columns have furnished the most conclu.-ive

th depreciation on those who profit by thai; Tcrritoiial<1 LId to an :almost l indefinite ai.d that they will not ? Wo may rest assured l judgment; exposed) the evils of a depreciated like" "ro l'erily" and "wealth." a.d pes'.iive evidence ia relation to the mat-

: depreciation-on thus to whom ihe illimitable. extent. How 'far it would ha ..egot.C thai if they fi..d. it to 'heir interest so to do, it currency;" and that he "always consulercd 1. : At this meeting it was resolved, that "tho ter. The Star says:

It the depreciation is, the more easily they Ircatcr can if the people had not taken the alarm, will be done if they can got the least possible! that the consth itcd: authorities'were under : ni'>st I energetic was measures to on the hitirt.of lliepeople" '. \* tn the ci-rl fit alp \vhi(-h tho! Fluriri.n hrinr

I pay their debt to the Bai.k INow lieav.m o. ly kuo\:. This much we know, excuse ; and we feel a moral certainty that; I strorg civil and mural obligations to pro- spread ruin" being necessary visited prevent "\\ ide T-rward:. from lie Star it w try far from jU.I rliR!
on the ll -
people i inca c onslruciLn! wlnc!) is attempted to be lorce*
55 thes e persons hnvc it very much in that nothing can gorge the appetite of a Bank. excuse or no excuse, unless something 1 be tectthe community, as far ns possible, ngainstthese : e they should be called upon to pavMheii Ujr>n it."

1 their power t,. discredit the Bank and its I.il. Again, wu ask, is not this lli.ig:' overdone 1 ? done on the part of the people to prevent it, faults or misfortunes." !j debts I. the legal and constitutional coin of f Here is the certificate referred to :

t And, IJbe most efficient mode to do this i is to Cal the citizens of the Torritory.the Territory i. there will be, in this Territory part iculaJ y. Mr. Bembry! was one: of those who adopted the country \\8 liio lH1dcr*i.c.r.l do herrliy c.'rlify Im Out.

.Din about the country, ai.d proclaim to cv* its-ell'; or the State when it becomes one, a continual: periodical visitation( of this, state; the Centrevilh: Resolutions; of,tho last yearyet I We do not intend to inquire iato the fact personal. kn," Ittd tee. latlr W l'",..tIm,l"V"li
ry of we now find him a candidate: on the hank whether it was so or not, nor us it materal Jill h.i vin* !heaiit-J: a mob for ll.. |urpo.-e ?
lhat, lo ihem. tlin get out of it without h time, and expansion, .ponsion nnd contraction. to du. ut-Innl.
o .c w.11iilei; th.t Lorol'o.cos side. lIe supported what he calls the the case. It shows, however u the .ffiet0' i lie Fl., 'Ian. PID ACTUJ
a state of
die Democrats, an* ruining tie Bark": that doii.g something to cause prudence in the Some i ideas of this kind, we [presume, camp fOcI ticket: of the I list ear. :i pecuniary condition of the lY SU"l'JU DY HIS INFLUENCE SUUJ

they arc discrediting; its tilli! >, that tliey have: iiiunugement of those concert. bo that the into' : the mird of Mr. B. when he was a Lo.co Mr. B. seems to'feel y very sensibly that: incompatible,: with any real prosperity.country, totally It is r "AI T. UF.an>VlILENCE9 d.y. he (Alston 1 m.J) ro l.atdur.mf'.-e froas. hut, the bi'l: """Sfill. b4L

-r already' depreciated them to somj thirty or. Territory bhall be saved; harmless, ud the I oco 1 Have they vanished ; or is he dis. there i is something like what he calls .' inconsistency" preposterous, u contradiction in terms to say from llio window of hi* tliuuitx-r ralfcil: C' a CIO**

from I posed to be satisfied with diminishing the in all this, but he declares that country is ruin \vJu) were tKiMiiToii.o. them, lo dl p"." JUl'o d
forty per cent beo'pr, and that no one people b protected another, and anolhI present that it i is prosperous, when is t C) |I | urgIng rba CII
_ cr and ilN, without looking to the future ? oaly: "apparent" and not real, and that all follow the payment of debts in the "il"l. whereupon all "OISC and di II.U
i knows what i id to b tho consequence ; arid I peihaps three years of susi I Are legal and cea..ed." Sii'i.eil.'
t that if the Llcnlocus doi* talking i pension and depreciation Something the people to take; no thought of the morrow ? the blame of it is own g to the Loco Focos I! constitutional coi.i.j "'Mirkael Ledv.tM. It'm. H. Jfyatt. G J. 0. .Vr"Vi iJ.
_ slop oughtto T I here i.s
abut This
tho dOf, The I Are the legislators of tho people) to come b C.j something: so particularly funny I i in; i state of things, we are told in the pre- //_. U. H. 'hues, IK. If. Taylor."
of -Bank that before bP
mismanagement Conservatives
_ propose ibis something amble to the : I
just resolutions
j fore them and say, We must not talk ngainst ns rational as the wolf] referred to, was ow. Let the public ( what other posSIb"o
; : l long the bills ,.1 get lower and lower!! I nothing, except to be permitted to do just t us I .. the Banks ; we must not say they hn: : bfjcn: blaming; the lamb, because he the wolf ate j ing to the suspension of specie payment I by .construction can there be put on it, I than th3t

Now allhi i JUKI calculated to depreciate,I !I I they please. '.The leoplt, we think, by this mismanaged ; we must not say (their bills him the bunks. It must, of course, have ..commenced I. there w san intention and threat to pull do' n
;; the bills as much us that ran he dote; by any I time begin to feel ihey have had enough .' tire depreciated for fear they shall be de But what i is still moro curious, is to hear i soon after that suspension, which was the office If there or intention
of that. Tko see and feel how 41 stll; Mr. Bembry talk about the banks t in May 1937. We can was no attempt
eort of talk. P"ope! hei.rl: g the/r/enef of hoof..1 ) things are preciated morn ? being "elOSed readily conceive ho*
the that such threat down the uffice. >
to evils" of a state of or to tear
aud have been, and they distrust the future. I What folly'| j is this ? The Banks must nee a "tlcprecintr'd curreno things must exist a con
Ba k talk thus the fear "
they Where did ho i siderable time bt fore in the could the ww'-'
-iA setinE express crssarily be more or l less under the influence / catch that ide-a Instead: ihe sober citizens of our name of common sense,
th fate of the bilif the people) talk about The Com. to Addrcts the President.Wo t of public opinion ; and how is that public: of being an evil it is a harvest to the banks, country) would resort to the desperate cxpe.I I. vidual named have, "fy his influence prt-
_ te mismanagement of the Bank, and know understand that some of the Whig, opinion! (fo bi known unless by talking nnd nnd to ihose of its friends who are indebted i to I dicnt of' setting at dt-fiaiicc the laws and con.stiliition tented such act of violence!"

I ing that they trill talk, they begin to think iid .still insist that a meeting of,the citizens of1 I writing ? If no complaint h"i made of the it. Tho former, if it has exchange to of the country and forcing ,on the The Editor of the Star must nwnafaewr*

Union tad Life & Trust' bills may noon I be. Tallahassee w OH called to appoint a commit J Banks having mismanaged their concerns, i.sil sell, can put I nearly its own price on its dr.fts, community a depreciated paper. money in a new Dictionary, and cha.igethe iuea'tiewordsotiho
of, less not o fair inference on their that receiving payment in its own bills. And the: place of the legal coin of the country. We .
come value Un
i they now are and i address the President of the United I part fore*
; tee to *
people have no cause of complaint and : ; latter can pay their debts to the bank with so do not stop to inquire into the justice or in. t English language, _
this 1 feel
necessarily,adds d little to the deprtcia.two States ou the subject of tho late disluibancesin i I none 1 If no complaint In made, that their much less,, property, i.a H the depreciation.' justice of such a measure. We only refer fo I other. meaning can -be'given to the ted liclts .

,of the. Lie. this city; and they complain of the cenifi.: bills are depreciated, is it not a fair inferwnce Let not Mr. Bembrey then talk about ihe U ns incompatible with that state of "wealth", I I than that there was aa intention to pJl"vf' )

I. But the. foct.is, thnt it i not much that the cato signed by several of uur most respectable on the psrt-of the Bank; and will they not bank being exposed to (he evils of a depr cia and,! "prosperitywhich AJr.' Bemury claims j t the Flcrldian office. ,

talk: of. either.Bank ,Conservatives or Ami.Bu'ik and .i..intelligent"citizens, protesting against readily seize hold of it, that in the opinion of !ted currency. Let him substitute l\\epeopL\ ': as being. caused by the "operations of the -

-! .5 Dtm()rro" C:1 do towards, the dpre.clstiv. that act of the Committee and declaring t I the people, their notes are not depreciated ?I in place of the bank, and ho will' say somethi I. l bank.If Tu! CartoN Caop-From every direc.
- This the Banks least I ">e that has reason in it. can be'onl.in the rnost tate 1 t lion we Lear accounts of the ravages of*
; af the H1! r,f the nil'k. notion "no public meeting of tho citizens was held I J I the Union Bank, of :desperate. ,
..1 ( ; '. ', Ths has already had the folly to do-at least, some We now connote .Mr. Bembry's reasons I thi.iTgg, when sqch a me8 ur ,can even bo catcrpWcr.. ,'; with 'the heavy iwjjj
pA .
.1 2; .' .. .. .:' : urt.g. iere.. cnnMituring raising the Coramitteeof.any l of its friends have done it for the Bank. for leaving his old party, and joining the Bank] I thought of by any good citizen{it.mutt be'in ring the l last .tin* monlhtr ist hAJaba
; ; ; if. .{ t jv -i-: .!jfi >!.. ructi I Conservatives;, He I that state of things
.; ; .? yv-rtosA. I If no complaint He made by the people I assigns virtually but two characterized by the pre. c rop in- oath Caiolin*, Georgia ;
R I..I., ) .... :....i.. 1: ,.: c'rflit tt ;t4L4 Tb. c(1ftit: 'ry t\et rra! from:! what !is to prevent the Banks flooding the reasons: one that the Representative Branch I amble, when tha safety of the people" is 'to M, n rIyone.bshf.' Th. crop rn'LOUItwill

of the Legislative Council, directed the Bank become the "jupreme law of the land," and I also be bht. *

S- *
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In Field.to I lDural* cowdun into the rattka of the militia I -

d---Q liar." -----. _.. ___, _
'u1ctiieg _
u: -
Drecto aDd &ockbode' or voluntoera. .When they rIsk their h> confess to I-- -' "---- c __ _u -. :;; __-
1 e* Lcc that my ._ -. -
ha had -------4- _- _, !
agaiJtb. nst the 4j ; sT1
VflOUflI Cf more than[ ruthless their backs an instrument C bmigei oT cbe AdelpUf CfoteL
t he ought writing, intended on T 1st .TlAtterr n>ar mJ"f tn tU JrV t Q
not to be exposed to the l lush of the to fix falsehood wi myselfS\ 'Scptenbei' 1, 1840. JL4 ficri "
abrcs tI&icns the totes cl couskin, aud : t ::*IUhaMM.; FlaVoo lh.lsl of IftI
** tar Ills : atlhe will f any sergea.aor cur1'| r.tl. Mr. Celling >me that he knew nrtbing of a'' j Board and Lodinp i,y the day. & 50 if nt laira wrt in ihn* flMctbk.-hty 'UJ lM peat NE1ior'arst.
a $c unt extraordinary Dural should have, thought better of this meeting that 1 believe was known to I! O-nnrr., I QQS3 th* Gram! Pn. Oflfdemd btUr *
is : bftiula of the nut. mat mid almost every su| pi T. Aad c JTr'ro.buxzi
the ,
endorsing 1 ter, ad: every child fa rrn Wifler2 Jnbiisoa. AP
acknowledged Ins town I
error and couM I'Br.ii iist
repent 75 Allen John J' i : IiYS-.iWcdn'i1ay* ar it ..
** not restrain B .ri.
rf1 of $500,000, which., < ed of it. His my feelings, and Cairn -
A, Miwa.il. persisti ig ia it, shows a want struck him with I 50 AUeru nbIes -
bike'Tha ;
t'' to we the property of the, j of sympathy with the 'eeliugs of the ncople of a cane I btLitually wa k with, and followed ti.i asitf Lod'g. P 00 per monlli. Bu.h ii Lively bipton Ja.T.eI *c.IiDJn&ac: :- : 1

aI Ho further rirturfy'Jjbecause 1 Territory* by uo rneius calculated to ren up i my blow trith two other?. After he got. Board" by ilieqr. 50 00 Rtuz ham Wm .Lmhr: R Aerl J Wil l lie aM THIS DA r f. fL-n? .) Cr.*. .
him up, he observed ; wiUioul Lodjciiir. 45 00 Hal zeli !\ndi-non srti.drr R-ln-rt 2 : a:11o'cl-ck
something tthlcli
acceptablo to I
them. did ep ,
Gp1 ioi' -
as he sa> s, tUe! Baukw distinctly bear 'I l > hy th.' qr. 3500ind Darker WmJ Limrri It Mi4at ,
em 'j* M r. JUuval yuoke jilso though I understood ito be Cat. hildren l G.OOOP..o( It C"N. s .remelnt offlAM3.tiL1Mi3
as we .
tIai of itS (1CbLO3 are ziiwrmed1 thr 1 a; c..ond trrauts, ialfprie; white Bti. kkJame, LIr-i Lwnnee
UQ .
thc proCY ri'1 a certain law introduced by himself to be. replied, Voti can have redress I if: wr-ai.tjj full |.riiv. I r'.wn Har.rty .. ,, f irotrhmi3 Utt and UOtILU1.R'.

oliotu He itsists: likewise, tliat Uic t found on a particuhr: of the you feel uggrived, ot.ly iu'e your terms Ifurso tteJ. each iif af, $) 50by CyrjniI Lloyd Jacktcft A Tlu aILS lion of Ibe Q2'C'u laviUd 0 tHr* UtTerms

**tX k u'frU 'k page statute EXU dl.** His ) i iLe day, I 00 I Ir,1 Inn Ltent 'orbei of U..cuwsa fl.mlj I l/ f P$1m l in Tall .
claim on the yrop'rthy' and I the djtct of whica law he did reply, thi..k wn*, "Never mind per day.IKo Ls.f itv ker kiamui l lITcD
not } a er.-.dit 1.11 the 14 f Jana hR.
ex. > nr. i
Mr. f .j aion.h: 25 00 izionib.it I Bakrh Henry 8 Ppaper.
41k Copulan per
and nad! JlicLadJT.H'rFL
but >
1 the pe0p10' fraiMloniicplai fls which, he told the people, was ; started off. I then up. Cai eaiJ, ,' 37 t-2 Pro ? ev j. HACKLE,
prc- braided i t 11 SlrplirnBrown .
rid lenient nnnncrin which its debt, cious I above all other thi'g .vid, to use his "H him with irgni'itnde. saying to him, [ Fir jii.gte. M J Jon 'ph B2Capl N'jrcr* Edward Pep 4 C Auctoict.aIX .

Ltof, the the askance had I own exjression, above "apples of gold 1 01IeCttj. aaJ it or have tottered i.en i rbared in alt Th 3 *
been picture* of silver. What a was he did you ever si-ice c..s. by il.c x>re Caritop'er C On SATURDAY tie IZth iant
tbC P1-' il h<"ineto dirt '**! not you have been in Territory dur, un..ii tiny tti| ,.Iiiie for a "on-r-r pt-rio-J. | flir y Liwii Moore Warmly R 2 ,
explain did
to P ; nor h" say e.JOiigii to let i.u are ii nndnowynu : Acug'lgt'd e.arra ire expntrd t,, i bi. ,vtI..I|, 4l jie ,.. j ,iii F fl.1''k ('art E D JI1tZtI1 Vr 3 TIK. WEARING! AVPArU'Lof ls%. SU_' d*.

w/foo// ( rboirowed 8OoOOC I he.i ers k'low whether it was a ba.k charter Get : slandering Gov. Duval and:1 rvrry .|'*>nh! ____ 7 P49.11 Pirnard Buy IetrndeieMrCvLteLIJ cea.srd. :*ateoliJ coiat K. J. U tCKI.EY;

i iids 5 or a divorce bill, or :in amendment, to >fitn?. i. Brown by a secret petition.; lie ap.iin Ten Dollars IlewarU. Ba-ly Dr J-.ph n SIelro 11nnsas p 4 GJamaica Auetiiarr.

01jt' ; | and hone1 the act of rep e.l l, "Never iru>id, Mr. Copeland." Brown !* rikH'irk II
M 1eJlOUS on iucoiporatio.i. This being the! c. I re. t AY from Lt. $uUCfll.rt.rri..tjnfn.a1 r Merry Lorenzo & New England Bum,

f f'Col D" "'"' ue ippLud* *hOrn for i1, hw hearers l li could not!, xvcpresiiinc.judjje e. plied| *'Go, you d d ungrateful, martin. ''l'rfllaj.lr! ., ca Tut -diy inplit. the ;1O il of NVaB'lrirh .Morr Robert : na du..t-1I.'lii* I.is.t&i.c tr.l riI.flr -

heretofore defied taking correctly as to the vory headed, shall jw.pntcd scoundrel." Tins is jir J U-t. anita .Mrirjn M.-sro. naiiii-d Alixk. !b Albert Mubry Jiuuri f.- I >n.iy. M..Iiira.M.il4. ,*.! C nfrl Wiiri',
any of i -
; Bnrik has qumtum merit Mr. D. Btu fte4 Mr! J.U!
to CharifK Dupuut He A )lrrrui: TtirEl Hiv ata ntni;. aid d-Hihte-rrfiiiPd loaf .r '
fl" precisely the >rQ'tiii-y.
tiid her principal I| was entitled to for conversation that occurred betuetn vstju-d U I | | .og
and n t..t t Bridtry Ez kid Ch':1c ..
oi: of
I'e' account the Mr. J.nu&ry. hy It. J. l1.i. k'ey, Auriionce-r of' 1vCiisry ilrn ,, s, Myra'. .ini1 r'nimv's I .h4 '
prt votes, not bv the bribe of f said law. It is be Sheffield and mseIt'winch will be 1hii (- rh- Carp' liter vmT Mitt.' Jax.'s M
( cLiiiili, .C to hoped, however, that: Iy tti b- gvit ( r ni 4 ( .g.tr.1l.iviii t'1T e-. fw'.II < Tandi*. Ni. I.l.4Ii1
S p1-.ct4 w I* rendered. but of those that t Ibv this time they ha\c looked over the statute' to ilfcr materially from many: parts of, j i 'Iit pnlirn 4 Mnr.'r la.iei RMr a .::i., ,. y"r & &c I ideti UiL..ue.
grCS ( 1 |his statement in tim Floridun. '-' 4 said .y t.tii dt-t.vrred r Ji-i-i %lurr." iOr0 f f, and I.'rs-r-!
airway re-wlewd to Uio public, book, and decided how much In sripportofvihat 1 t. me i-i TjlUli 3''e( tyJj
hate percent he u | I have stated I July -J5 5i JOHN il. LLOYo. CjJ/ Moa XrMU'.f-rMi fizateIIr.n M .TSl'KNGI.FIl: I .YMAV.Bacort .
lllsists are aid OUK'lt' lo i entitled to, hich he t-i all who were Ci
irtjall.v |
cli Jic hopes is i to be paid on the;; :r > Tfie Qun; )?Tii I r Mr* L- crctu.
vnl j would seem from thithat the, day election. pre seiit on that occasion. y ( itn.rl will pu'jlisli the ah .Tr | C.. ...tl Mr cio.41letiry Sides.
Jt tiirce
tin .
f> I.rward.h.it-n -i t tn t.i'! i.ffi 6 .auu.u liu u j.cti'' Uithin, at
fift, nut lA||| llieir "ow alt" elh5r in a L i After praUii'.g himself ai-d his law in this Mr. Sheffield endeavors to produce the mi I. r:. Co neTL1ams 1It'4 T..a.i.&s P 3 for t S41c Uy '
1 Sale A CU
quan itv 'f > rT \in A D P F
tint I
pres ;ton a aulted dim For ut
lit much a hope ofget.. classic and because he wiis pvrft.ppIy ? sLv4 tTK> GLE. & I YUAN.
; ttfgtfv ( poetical style .Mr. D. ur f UM C j
dun; : we.it on to politically| II. KRAN'CISM *dy Capl !AUinaro! ISVisht-fni, Js ne' ::

'i lo.v>. Tint d.sy j is j.avt/or a while call the attention ot'the people to the mis'Jreds Bro opposed to Gov. Duval and Gen. __! P I 1 7 < nrU. <, ,lrr.I. Citron J' iiiM \-l\Vili.vn! Flour, %ziar and CoGce

tI TV!, phi no l S to appeal to the iflueure: f ott other memi>ers of the Council, (. ot now, for( w ,, Whom he has termed bank candidates *. IIEUNARD'S ro Ul Th-.* OIi.et C pi AL'redCirp 'I u-l U-.ci-.g :lioiii; t v Mhootirr Uri .i., ante? for
j-torj, uiih tic! cnufiir? t hpp, no donla. we believe, candidates before the Legislature. This attempt to, give a Remedy for Dysentery Diarrhea ; n'cr 'In-hard Oduice ah? t>y -:
t ( Uiik-d M tlji 5oplu\ political cast to the matter, is us ridiculous Summers Cofli'1 Carle' O >ritn J P (IItJ3t.iItail'4JflCpluiflrPUufltiier I ju lv4 'PIA'GLKR! &. LYMAV.
hive sa is nae out their j _
b-> 'pointing \otcs ud letti Complaint CoZies
tlKfte fj the ood I n i* ataurd. The ), Cramps and Xpasms.N Ca,.! SM 2
"jjj fnor. will <-Lrne up M tinmirk and 1 people otIjcci 5uke k w hole matter grew out of t Dtvi 1 pcie andov Orleans Funds
Of uiu that he did not |hi all I the aye ro.ti[ !jinn I thw MciJ.riitc p.rl CuVm 2 P .rirr Dr J. n B

nte llr tojl. U. a.J I'15 ''rie'idson tlie same do s... O ie 01.icu! >i-.:.i was fauly ani\ed at t ]late)* ageiicy in) putting; afloat a statement calcu- proved a certain ri-Tedy, bol'i! t., cliililrt-n. Iii'd:' !j i D n.: \\liirlu, !' I'c.w k |hr Ilrl2 WI I Wanted* .ai.l -For -SGuEft-ht-hihe high K -LY.MA.N.uy l prrunninI .

Thas oilv c.tn tney relwvn them fro m Mr. D.'s reinnks that he to fix lhc charge of falsehood upon my. I ad lj; rs'ii.ntrous; tc-inonit! !, arc given ofiScjCv I I i IJVIIMS Jritn K r wcil Mi-.. JIary J 5; 45
,,,.M : wus j Itte
self\ d Irom i 'i a1 Jutuu, P _
a > that aio-c.: 'iichii.ay l he j.er, where lhe ?:&iiu 1aitiii1rey.
of tlut vilest like vlpdte.nc i -
of other *
: es lruZfl the imnnt-ition$ men ; aid tli.it. it lie ws elect'-d, In conclusion, I would remark that the I sold.I 1'reparfi by I It.1't! S. Bvrn-.rd, .Vwrfo.k.Vj. L'. jt.rt-lnah t( .. : 1r i; T..W York Ciiarle toii nod Geor-

jccr, i UK B.' k eitahg-JC. ingratitude t ] he would do better than nil others-llmt is time I first accosted Mr. nt Korea em 'ral.'ihjsii-! Da r! .1! j..lm C Haud-. jri Wm M 4 i_ gla i'tinds Wanlrd-F r WhiCh IlIMS

for B ink f< !; in I IColjnfl his own opi.uou! How many per cent better intention Sheffield, 1 had n ol sep4 C \XDOLPII\ : & LEWIS. Curium I'f\i rlv" lta* .-ll Vfr UcuttctDrsruti I 11..MU-> inn.i..i w.4 !ti- uov.U. ?
of _
) t
; assaulting him, and should 4 W.u t IU 5rK.NCf.ER &. I.YMAV.
D-"nt' a' h'3' colleague on the WuS not precisely stated. not( >: JItoUiS'.n j jirisnr i.e
| j have do.ie so, but for the insolent Strayed, 11 1) bt J RU
Conservitnetickt*. Gener. \ Brown, tike; it' manner of TC'RO l th' ut'Scri'-ernri hIP 24ih Tuii, n tar Di vui B M, '10 Li F, lEaroii, Lard, IHoIassrs.
c in
\ his :: tiojerN h irl
uracwltat htrji' grivi ILl / /thczr Bourse) inPcnvicota e publish a couunu acation trom Mr. provoking reply. I regretted in an in.-JL Ur y II >rt-h ftirtner'y' be'i-iiged t<> Mr \'.-- D oigrtt Henry K JI y, .*ii .ir J i'an ''hislifyC... Uuiiaig ,, ) cbr

t1 the bo..d: <, and tc!: in. Cutcrcstttut peli.d, gi\iigA/j accout.toj tlu cause ot I( slant after haviMg given way to my pas-i-n, I C arty. us! St. .MirkJ, ar-r'i! i !f'.t'r t now l i '.P HI I el Go'oii.i Si-li! >ai: Uosi'y James ric.at.h: it.r ..- Ill

y4tfl % hut the provocation e.xcitcd me beyo-d: ii.at .t'.tzh'-.JrIo'l. A libi-rat n-warii tt ill tic j ii Eve' n fu! Jiv M ? 3J f-pENOLF.il fc LYMAN.'iOTlCE. .
tJicTpnii'-rymiy shortly be tad t'eJoJtopa '"-' attack maiLb\ him on Mr. titi1ield. : my' i ,tor| llie .. 'n oix Mf..tn.ui llfi.ry A 5tvvui
f 1
ability j to restrain! it. U. B. COPCL VND. -.nt-ry i> saId II r! ; to iiiv h"m lli '! i -il-ii'i* II i'at N .
\. 1'aey assume. tir>t : that the It will It- sceti that it i confirms tItA ', >. C. F' :
| : substantially t M vlJKII. Kii -oti J.-i.iti Sa-'y Ivia- : 2Sf T "ItlM"iny a -.! fr' it tV- Terri ory

Ooienior J J u't' "' ''ore the Pensacola the| uccou.it j.uen by Mr.S.that Mr. Copeland j j ISAliBACL'C _Tt"vi'i_ I ,T.i'*.*?. 4 6 if i Fi jur r>.'it.;.i f't,r in >mSin.Tn 9 Jatiit .\. U.ic1.1: .i Dt-iifl ..I'tltciy &ruiv

b-.ds ardth.tt tiier.fre ihe 'IVrrit.iry i is not t I \VilI bo given on Siturday, the 19th ir.st. Aoticc. -- For Mill Ito'irrt" J3'.u (j Alt r.z Li Hfe-enl*.
ma de tile attack on him, 5 5cause he iJiu ffield r I ri iI a'4) i \
| i.ii.aril I I
', LL p i-i" Sl! Sfly V
liable f'r .her ititert-t or pri -cipAl. Co i OH the old Thorn isville K-nd, between the' J tl.nse 1 dk.Mif ji-ni a ain-t th.- E 'alr < f -
''Uad F-! I.T.UG I'[ ,- .
subscribed ,1oh
lo a petition ihe nrnjini'm MotfaIl.Cciea.-nl ; S l.o'.i
co.e3d thit the bnds "denying j will |>lpi r or MLsa.ti.
ti.i.: \
being prr-
P. further | reside.ce of Wm. i
:: Cupt. Lcs'.er aiid the .. Kr'I' 'Jer V U I
l ll!' "
new "M t t ic S e.- n'n-r -dI'I I.'iry A NOFF'f hi .l t.' .
In inch proper au'.ln-nt.f atiJ 1 r iwf-niy.ii. d- !
meeting, H the Committee y > ir .r i
4 g
tier seal, the Tcrnti-r) ciniot: IK called < a t f> was ap. Ai.d all pt ..r".r Acxter: : SKUih% M Tt-r-.t A
Methodic j( Church, about eih: mile. north of) w no art- nJr ti uMil tile Ua.k of PcnsacoJa hs been: |H l itud; referring, \ve preMioie, to the Coin- -p torw .d and j> v It c su.e. 'ii'p W..i f ClitlJ I tlO.IM ,,I I 1411r1? i'i -..inry 1.4. AI' artc
pay. {l.rP.II- uir.Ti't -
Micd to insolvency.Is till uec \v inch dratted the Ad'lre*>s to tinPre.!. IIJjIsCC. All are inritid to attend, wit.h. R. J. Ii irKLF.Y. i f.iotPr. I.c I.j I. .;- K-i.l'. ot ilsrrai.iaJ. I ..u.'tt ', ; 1 1 i'i i>ir' JuT (he 'i d ii"A ii!..-r it l li"
tout, diiiiaciio: ol f ics. 3 \ I'-r A. .' Gjiit ;rJ :.i ... n -. s -
pan l .lttcait. Aiim.iii : I rt'rt jjinn to -la.Vr! | onrpl'iriT'iiff it lov4.
I this the WHi'.ic: Uiiion llank is gninU : sid ctiY. Cv looki:i 7 at oar article of to-d.i\ J Jv t a pc. -J fii 6 s-rtur. i: L; ..' t b'fli F k.1-1'-r Nvu'i I Ju uii' -tj j '

> S ; j '-i that head, it will be seen. beyond a ps SiLbC ju i lean.ed that. on Thursday ---.-- -- ____ j 1.1fi-u :Mr. M iry J e.-}.t. *.' ', !1i'il: : \ FS ( u tu.: *.

nureii ?" save Iiimvlf who of doubt that m ornii.g last the Indiai.s ; \otiff. c;i--r Ur[ \vy S kfbury lit-'.r- 13 U. F. Si. XtCATTICriu
be pent bihty Corumittee attacked '
to no the hot
wars ever :-eSIr. & LL perroiif i ili-blrd lo llie I'tutC: : of I4, (G ai .*4iui TI Sj'vKrt.1.. 11 u.y ; : j- : njid li* '. .- ., ill a!: .ta

: can T Very wJl We are gtad to sec it nppointed fir that purpose and that; no meeting of Marshall, in Gadsden countv. There J P, jrtli. 't- .y I-. rluiiiirduKl .. t :t? tit! .-t- eS., \V ? ii kiy J > ii'I t I'r.iw'i'* ri.rt tt-ii..r.! 114 f.tI."t'IftAa Pttii..i .

Cut is it Jiot somitt hat |>iliful frr tlio5.w ho I i was ever held tar the appoiutnie.il of aucli vras no person; in the house at the time ; I but I ;'. [preset.l li./i.Iv, aid at: t: tli'.e Lavih,,; d.':u.ji.fan i IJnrry IMi j .Oi ? *u.lk \\ .9 crs '. "c C3 cvr.a. .i v. 114 Ii .lee is itt "I. Msrk,
for i.tu-iiciit.! ;, u i' JO-PJI!, 'I j ,i.>i.-'u II -KJiii.i'i jr .tl !.i 'ji-uji .e' 4.1 t'. 5"'i-i.tt r.

err nloui so tn'icli! nbsat "pUbhCtdih,'' tl:e i Committee.o they firt-d on the overseer, who was at the} j' R J. UACKF.r.Y, ; g I er lr '1';4"iitt A.i. ;tTrri.t'.t t j .y lf> |Ic in f TFu..St.-ilrnr..

I b.i r4i. lie made his 'fp 5 2-n! C -\dn.iij r3ior., I SI I i-... :. a1'ii 2 L
bnor of iht Terri/ory, and sll that, i | The meeting that was held was Lr a difitjiLreut cscapiand the India.s,: '\ t ti.r'r1' Il.ifUiGr. W2 V, PV t JPKIVATi: SALE. -
I rt lit E
f J conn: : o.t; witli t'te' iittlc quitbu! of ihe liw jt: j object ; ni.d that: ubj-c: vais (specially set fire to the house. The overseer saw four tIndims. LLLCTION 'OT.CE.o !; l HH!" Ii. u.K'i II \\Vk'h u> fi- my tTij) it>r CUli.ii "S3"i IIV"1 3apI'ie0 fc-fi FPV fir sr J >; u>til iii,< uUand tsflaaII.

fiad' olilisili-n* f the naturi: ? of thf ... j pouted &,'t IT the resolution sjdoptcd a; the Mr. MarshiJl's: Iii jn for tr"i'f II !'ifi'i* Jr".f-. ... aO i,,,,t V.iuVar ;I o'.D, I, >i (ijalu- fluorinjr boards;
inib ,, .. iir'I li..
j ') ) o! Krprie..talav. Iof .t.--r .\r.-t. !I.Y.! RIn. \ rr NV
fcitl 6jntv/ as they ttrr.i them ? j jinselL,;. It vvoiill >eem tla.dlr.. C 'pi-lai.d i S-TIC five or six iiulea b l-jw Lavi*, o.i the t I'l-j tc:4.i.11v.- Coi.n-il st! tne ier, tory .' i ; rn- } 1. nit C- '. \V !ii uuI 4 ;er .! : i.ui-' -0' -S 3.4 %ie4terboarthn. 0

Ch.ittaho"clu" mad t n i4 I ); l.'io '<. fly ol' i eim, an iiII'ls1 I!I'.-, : K'ciz.. I ..'ni hug;
have I r \Vo..l
If they tin..k. as th"ir party prerd< i u, [ must conuii.ttd: the assault o'l Mr. Jr. j jA m.p'; U I II 1I.Du) I. "
.i.t l.rr !:KM: Oi.jo D.-'rit :, u itt) b.lic1'l.tarrt t 1 Herr I .vn! Piijf \VitaUrr, r.ct l-r 2 -* ai.d pa1c5!;

tbrt lEit t 1cr? '1 th 'Fcrov: u vvi.t.uu; : evtr ha\i g le.! the Irotii.lc to ste ai jt.V i ". I P 'bt, 'l'llLI7 i.1 I c1'.i.sr it1t I llaintil.,n Marvin! U\.t-y: |1r G ." j 3-V--t: 0 *- j-M't;
4e KO ck !
: fflurulU* a .di riftiufuiiv: to-j..d to piv lh pri 5ilie : whati..3 ta Ihe ceitificale sig ed l Lv him.: Every iidividu d 1 now livii i ii the city of j 'g.' I hi- .i i. ,, y, d I fi t. ib% 112' in .jli I Mo_t I Mr-i Kl: vit Wiiifid ra Ll.. sV. i 1 t lo t,. i'-i m*d;ro Richtnotid. t "' rpc !--jj>'-r.titt nj, : ti.' l ts.I!li f IL.'ijin JTH-.I II *
v\hn in tlic m.-tjo 3 >- ; il A
f ciptla--: inrerl.: \\-.\\ sli.il! ." e ch ri *. lo tkf Editor of the Florid ian : Presider.tial election i n.c- ,r .,t rut-II'.H. ** 1! I II ll.n.f"UUj.:> \V ris itkt-r J.;-..ephVURUI. j FM> i i 3'J EDWIN W. DOR&y.

I ttr.z- tins :ien't t-j t-v .t-j-: j p ,\ ni
II qiu.iie: : ? A..d il"t'ivy i are ;.t t tiu: m p. if p r .i1 f li.e 29 li of AUJ.U&T, tin- Account i I! favor: of Mr. Vat Rurcn.Evtry J .r..N i-m.Kj Ha.nl n, I l. H. v.ji r i_nA. I II I r. 11. r>. A:r* ar- V-1 j! Iii J. i r. F t trRNG iny a!,* nee ir in the Territory,

aud /i'Jv i.tt.u. t 4 1441 .1'. Al jt.t. r. Ii-_c I.i Alt-Met pV ,ir t to V. F I !l M. : 3i: 3x.'t"ii & Oriitf .r.- .uJ.ly -
?J v m i : viiv :i t como r I Ii Ir I). M. Sti.iiH-.i ol'a ;; iiidiuJu.il: ny i'y i-iy
: d.ffic-ilty! which one who voted i. I I .
except t ?
9 u'tirMSt.ir. .
ShfH i'.i ; In-it'-r'or, i. I.; i-a-ti -J j I t 4 I- A\ iI .-r p t i. ha'd 7' --- --4 rJf LEDGER'VOJ(
i OiCt:. a J s. ; i ? L i m h.tvc an saul- .cc irrv-d tiet'Vw bun aJ msolf a sliori I'for Adams ..t the Same time, are now liuriisoi ""' "' it. : 'l (i.. t I:. : ti I.i:. .. Ii 4-t Ptr-oi.i- I ?f..r _.; It lt.L ) 50i -
H'C JIMct it r .) .0's- It-it. r wIN.JM .
fir a d q'2t )!. t. I 3 L 11. J ui!. -
; I 4 a i.t a r. suer. :fl t s.Ce LI Wbgs. lijAMV, nl th .- ate an ii-in iviu of,I i. 8.i.rti.!
J :i -nj c. I.ucY.. P. M.4 1. LL'Eo.LUMnE.
Hit u .itt are lue JMMJ; O to iJih.k .f It iricjius ] V. ; Mr. SittMiJirui has J. Jl-cCi I 3 .-tj >;<.T>UII ulir, i; Sn-n c:,.'>, 'j'ur C.
livo'ignt .
iy proper to UVirtLx that Si2.W ? th uil! n. Lctio.i, \Vi.ium tli.liarcl and Yri.cI'I' i 5OR:; ) SAI'tj -130,000 FEET VLLOWrt'
j pie 4 <*j' Mc. ar*. l). ;w> .t aud Uiow u. t..rn.1'i"ii.j" >i /.is private gn-va.. b.t're the public! :: 'lip.-- : ft? : L 'MSEU, ofellindi, justrt.nvj

w I ; ) tj id taat it s? .i1 -i-iJ--J 01 j. 'is Luc oiiivr-t; ui j'id.' : '. It is a Kihject i. ir:: V\ i: ar jjli or.i. u l a.m-.u n eV, liLL %l 4. A' < < Yutinj.-: ."; In >rctuiro.. Yo'ji JF-.41' ( 'I tAP.1lkS ?TH I'JCT.. F. 1*. r.-n V.alktrs.M' *N.PO .
j i ig. i .h:i- .r. 2 ,. An, 1:1).
: mt cn.i'i i qjf a fiscl; th :t 'j *:* -.% Iti j IICII th j, i$.>!ic can feel no itereai, a.J.very : U. OSELKY, I.-q., -nJ V aj .r OllL.TAY- L_-i'i t. ii-> ,i.o i.eiir,; .M-jiiroe. f :, .j. i. ; iuiivr.H T A FT i ALEXANDTR. *
: ll.uv fcuf.s 1 i-Oi i a> t.e l >. ID: CXK: did '-iii "
they l.-it ir. >e se ri'ty forbid it; and but I Jr rep'c iof ; li -p.f i"r-. I !no.l'iriTurn- Part 1. Aii { ('tii.u .<.*- d .'-. u f .1 l ;nrf o'f-rr'' .
: ( had : i 'r c-jii.t. 1.1"jcjf' 1fl in :Ltf null Lri'I ncu!', J .-' .- D Mnir jud 1C ildi-r > li. -. YOTICI
iuet.4iT lot LJv>rctl tt* P isaCol- tijii e of iru. ) i. > i.ffice nt.ith ii.it lit va-ar.t .1. t:.. < ifM/y; > < ,
jiurpiiao ct.rrectiy.; : itio iiaccumcifs i in'o .
iaj..d %' auiii'iriu iuj iortni'it [ I Jui> is. j A' .X'.iirl./, ai. n, n.- r t U it <-ii Mi i ninyV; ; I ?! .iSa-te It-df.? wiJ i! fc ?>P; rsi rh. f'iit< t II I ..'i'C, LL J ir3.atd iff :*. r? ,f ..jj .varil, tra Jiiig f.T 3p.iwtr

this a-M-ni bciore; ; tiicy Doei i unich it* his ftlen! 1:1: t'ie r.I.; UTJ uf Uie f /-\V nr<- authoriNed to announce W1LLI.S 'I j !n i.trifti.. C.j p:. J i-euj: B. Jo.IU-OD, ..11: Tr, U-c HI 'I 1 *** n tI( C ii.l S .t' !'y in S t U j j -: I <.ll ttit-y t'***" !>_. Ci*", tt "' P.al .

i.g ti : ih; p?t.j'l? ? tfi! ir. -tioUJd: &t haiofyen! t.o'tct-1 1 by me.i ALSTON candidate alj<1 K ...L'.il1 ui m I':. I. (;. 'I I-L,: dl ti.'j 'iiu! UarH t. ..! t 31 n-fff. i.i c iie v i.iv ai, a. a iruiLv i.i C'.t.I.

not Mr. I) IM it k .ow (he o .g'.t t,> k .ou', !ii j h vil! t La uell recollerteJ by hundreds nt j as a to represent \ tjivtii i.j.di r i.iv I.BH.', at Tallaliai.fcc ll.o I!i.rd ,, Jncg *>t tt4 ekr! 'n. f.J t u.- F J- >* f ill"te'tST (

Kst ihJ) t.;..'rc Uus cuia.1arv cuJ c' } letjjw L 'o.i; County in the next Legislative Cout.i*d. i l'J> I.4 "st-pic:it .cr, 1:4 ). Part 2II.... 1.-'t' ,: S s t t..r.t D.-i 't t t! : t ;-.v.-. r.tOt1 i'. : t-t" .1 iI ."'.
tmy cinz.: is. ln.tt o.i the .tgtst Col. I_). L. :
LiJ bert j W. :M. GIDsON. Judjp. 4 :.,u.ii.nd.-r. i.i the ; ti.vd. ir I I. Ii' *.
: ti'e J i : Lisl.. Co.rjcil I --- --- i-rt -.t : I WI. .rW it j.'lo:%t 1-i a.Lispe'4
Uve ; s>he F. U i!1' 1.1 a ..1 other cilizo .3 i.f: I'ui.t4t--; _
.11 A Hill KU, i .iJuI,.. III-- k 1%'' % I) I t! arkit'd t.u .r : )i iy t' I i..i \v ALi.Ar
I'ginut' tne' IViivtcolt bmds had In-cn es-1 .v ere arrtJ'sUiJ U u.e oldie I N'rITtie 1..iNct..rii of '.Section? un' -
poi.it b.tvotet. I hv. ? B'-t'. tie: I't 01 Ie an*." *i-I- :
dreJ by tiov.; Eit'. ? Ha Jet U ...u : ; did lhe uw now force lo the t 6.: MangleWli (zcl st c !.
: ( oral ia relating : .
ie cr 1 1..s.jlditirs, t.Oiit i to town bv (iuv. llt-d. j iry | I (- %V i ri III a 1 I f:-. A n (' I-. t'.r t ff1. i tu
Brottnatu :.:rave.i. tin* fact:, T' uKT'iigurtaau ak a"d j' (il'k i.-. l':'<\., to Ml* El Z Jai'r.tiuu'jf' .%5 ca lien ol vnlr ,in | iuv il* I iii.ia, i >n, | quaaj4 .;*:(t Br.tt'c % i'i t.( hruI! .- i4iu! trvn' a: .d Y"I g &.d a uiIiIy. ot Fat th.r.:. It S' '. ai

; : that J'run the Ciecuj\e O.Tic pA-i i r orderly q-Jictly :iloig: the'streets ...t j_ i.|. r :( J : n T, E'-q: ''I ..i'! !. on C., ...ty. a 4. I-jy.; C -p 4 ) r iz I '- $( ;-4. P a- 1r j.' : .a : r > t.N.CLI'1ltL1.
: : -, .J: ; 51i
tliat a tu'tsj ? called %
j -
v.ia '
tr.t.fi..g -- 4f-.2nLt: (. 1 ; I 'IV. u% I r an.! 5 r.. C ttt.t .. i-i. -
cuaiinj.iicatird: to the C4rn uil u.ider the si-- (C' IJcZ'-au's R' 1 A l* : o'i'tci:. -
.iit. urE.A.MATIO.I '
L-ji'g >- .i>, fo tike i'ltocon. I ii'art a )i- < at !.' S t-t. P.HI j .-ai. ac > Dollars Reu-srd.
tiuurtsof! tii.Crtcr.or; a..d the SecrcLir sioftheTtrntori : ,' ; I'Y! oBF.uT R\Wi iNO KKID. i rjEjIAKEN up er.J loued tenure W. (T. ( un pbci: _r_. It ';r,. i )L., a-d L : ny
j ;
> u.e iitc uicasurcs to relic" J E Ju v > s" Ui 'Aia 3--: a-
eary a >U o ot lio! Pej< e lor Uic C"Ui>ly oiJAD i W& NAWAV irr.'lt |.ir> iit.l l-fI. ra.fl'! f'l
? If they have uot, lrJu p' ltjcintheyacc e ci.iz'tr'iin tin nfulr, ir.jati? ar.d op.'j j froternor fifth" Territory of Florida.. ori the il-t day of AU& II-I. IJt-t I. by JK,iti 'tirtir' al il>fSi :Muk i it! !i.-ii. Ja M ..-, .*. .. n vwy i.l! Ic Ml'I.x'nO

jut Vi the people fur the stale-: [ dr. .. -:,-t ii a'l-i.i! r r MJ r.crr.t .l.4t.'I r at I L1. arc ol rt-uii. th I'arf ;{ Tli'- $i.tr.js'l.u, Otil'or "fi'i' C'.-*.-'tiliil i iat ., r.air, .1 l Fr-i-i-x. d l IS ...
pres-j > i. v :tii which they were t.--ated, in i > > g in < >e on J xr Tji.aii M-e au alM.gf ; i s i\*. -li
tne.it they made I 1. iy, r.iiu..fI L & Uvli! i f t.'ial. t-/ili wi.itfi'I 1gr. ) -I r.'I hani C'oi >y nut i-aii.> d .it i* c. wil, 1.1 K- .f".r TIC I'll. uflCr i 'I ? 1 1 r"t .. h
dcccuiug them i.-i a tnu< .J.a-.u from ot n'y(, a nnail i .r.tS4I4I Sorri i qvu4-t JP r.rML r. >
'I r. ig: trops the fr.s.i. r : t > ...'. i r. Uti MitU II.. (lgi.i ll I 4IiI : nli r an tl--rt.jn t. I h k > 'it >n i.i. B-il. ..si i> I .
I II -, < il i; i-' e- n i" huf )i., tl tif
material l.0communicatijn ugeJ u iiii.c t .r uilli $-lia.! uil*tcl : ( ii i n. l:t. or It-
ju1.It.The a.id .irre.iug pc ceaUo ciuzo.i?. j:,. I. h i;.. ir itl.-. t.I 'v arc 4jfinsi lie |..rtc of l milt.-, dli.i 4 MI. |I Itiiize in lii I ji':. Vj'i-rtl' al i..l: _. -c r..l S.'urdiy! m SV--te, s:5jrrf an t c til Jrv li? '" ..F!! .t A-- ai-il .- t.i> ,.-.. yl I Vu anl -
from the Eiccutlve F.'-ri.: .. \ijP('.by otf-i a KKU'AIU I 1) OF I\\1 > Ju.tr_ ..I !1,1.1IIi4.'. .,. .
ia taor or.ii < ith T.,. J .
g iary .ivocatioii jut tuc .ustcjr.jj ol *rr by E. 1. (;. 'I i-i.. |.f.a-l, S. > Damam )i. -A r. a'e r war 0 ii! ;t.* d t\;>- r -r -
ti tiii: L vI>REI> I.'I.LAIIS 1'ir tIps el i.in art I Tla. CaI.ifl' I it .'i iJ L" i-Il "* Trli. ..
up, Ja a'l l
: of un roprioty ot conduct ag ii..=t > Uur-y. P-v. ru ap|>raiti ri ..I4-i i> iil Hor e, ). -ij r-nt. l.--ti.a .1.! rxjj.lis_ n"ils
For Ji.l Cfl.* Tv_ I I'tnti CU-idt_ ot' r. II *l'll : .. r IU it-i.t I t;iuu- I..r 't33.P' J%$ t 1 $ ;lrr- liter J C. "
the Ptmacola lan\ tlii'in., linyj i .t L'jlu.it d v .il..ii ine I.sei. pie--tfi' > -a* in % UdirK at I !iaL* or i- -
j wi l. "April2'Jui. *- w.I! br jdvi ril 'bv Jon 153 }.-5'JO t ')ads c'idors?d This taeiili.ig v. af called Ly the bean.-g o fa t" .I l a Ji s "r ".iJC, Lit ii. .'i> ''t f ** > *" ii- L'-gi- I-iitu: C'oiiin i.; in yutii icfaoiy rjt* mad** and tro : (! I ) ii iTIi Itnr C..uu.a; .uy S1;: .ti r i-ri I-" : T R -I.: tIe) 'I nry.f** M Inr r 1 t h.' a -

u. EJtrjit jovernor Cotinur. drua and :t h playu.g a life, from Caj't.' I Ie-, J'' I. c l"rf-1*' i" Uitir !..<'i c in ,\eini r, n ;it.ui I,). ttL% I 4S Y Ciii k. S.i- trriuv'!: it Ortu.i-ir, :* date after -I Fit'Ii! : M >ut 1141.. u.e Tin ,.ui. .! $ 4) I.! P :i.i rut

3Lg .w,2ls2'J May. Sealed itnd! j ." z eau' Long K'Knn lo the Adelphi I flottl 1 I :iiid; ,'r r-ioii-!.'j:t li'iti ui-ft 1-ru- 11 t&.l ..) I itt fl'-"t

lue ) ci" '.,x >2 jUi-li. r, of tie I iVarr fi'i-tjljout __.__ ..rrc, l i>:;..! r r'.f i-f Ih'ir Co ..irir.ien'u. .1'* Il.c'atusi .'.
SrCrery: s.t sTne aWc nl:ITback.. The ceiled vsdde. -j---- '' i -i | -- i> f. jnjr j 13EALEROPE.
meeting although l. t: TI twr a.4 KJHII ,it f"hrnia.
rt.t &c.
um4iJ c .ry. .Ir.rtty t.> ci'ry mi<* ii. i-tici licjs A'otice. ij-i a&-'i.treiei. ,
: is colluded from receipts bv tne of. \iv\ Tig-tJ.cr, v aj t.umorciis; the rtnitn ./., r.i.t.--ri.i. if Pair.,'., 3ji,r..v -.l Fc'r i4'y I Iliii, rglUK i.rtUr-.: nf"p.'j' "i* sVt t. afttrL.inl lv! crur ft tI. tf. N. I l''oru. .
f the several baaks on file i.i this ftHaicMssrs. l dud there i l ra i. were pers-j: i lli ,- slrcxtc % I jJ : < :
*>! .\.1iuiu&Irati n i>o tIC L.,t.s- _ -mt 7 n IteI. F M. /- "l J' 1'rt Afn. |. r fii.r .- Pr i.--t ,

Dupont snd Crown any t i. C41 1 I). I-'. U ivin! was called to tinchair, -. T 1 '. Iii :in i I V. I ii-_. MI t-.'- Tc r.i-.rv: .rr Cad < / Ctur es. Cradv, Jc.-.j. -ItLT.\A\VAV, I'j-a til lif &..*U Inw. at J'nva-e # Ii-. tr .i** fiie c jtlgrm -

deve ot (1i .r '.'. i tb"* ati i ..l'iclii i>* in itit ml.ircero "lT- C ALFRED OUVI.R I! <: .-nf. Lj'iVIN V.'. *M > 'S'' V.
gutter uugiit than llur, to'ihow i aiid i w as appointed Secretary ail t:;<* p in'ni >,t i f hc .p I'-nit-i-. :,_ On the a,!t ut A\su t, from r'aritjl,onitl" -MiflS 3 >._ 3. Brrrt" b.iW.
1114 Pe.iaci V. An." FrririJ, I4-r4tur C"t.lv. ( _
boud -
eudorscdi -
) were not : ceedi.tg' look pLc; as pubhstifd! i.a the Star I nir'jl the ai.sL.Iggiti lid: 'u c-M-rt! I.'K-II .J -- -
p lS (Joy. Ejt,1 I i. A lTORViY: A 1)I < -4 t tKI.LO'? AT LAW. a N''ifr'> flail l>> I i.f* ii a i >r i-t Date. .ii I".otI" County Cowl of JrfTerson.
111 *, Lu! a.iil II.CIIIM -
a. Floridian. rfjrne days alter the ru. I. kr c' 'ili. lrly, jr'ij a<- Ak
\ pi t\ > r-.r- ii >t. f.\<- It I .I. \ei m i.rs i 13)1.) J hii L. I'atlor .
M*>t .a' !I. t.titer ia i lie ijt-ii ( I'cnsacnla \Vcst Florida j Aimv* Ki-i-r-.a' Jr
ecd'j bit <> tt..r iil!
ut consider: ti! of .n F M' < 11:1 1,if. ,
S'Jggestion I cecdit.gi growi.ig out this cneoti.. I had _) iiik
nitk: .
g t-ry roirpirxmn., a 1:1 Y .
Mesr. A U..rK: I Ii I..tii .j..u.d te Srprjiti lr.p 4J 40.
j toi-nni' ted M.L
D t l.tt >
111 evir 57. Ii B III Cu' -
44. at and Uruwn as an btsult 1(1( the U.-eu putli3.itd, 1 neaid, >M.I! much uMoi.Uh. r.. t ..rh 41ad Iu'i V jr.:4 si'rri.'i g..l 'n.tyked li.i-t..r.--d.; iitmiil :iti .fid: !o g. aii'i. ar'ii'-i V. BnrrIot.t AMarl. r.il !".. ,.I:41 34u
: .u. e uj>.tn tic l'iO.iln-r, V C>o l- ol t"-cat.ti ami \\ at-ai: Cuiir Lie
peujile oj IIHJ Tern urv if they arc mural Iv nrigfiH :.it that : ua banded I cIf r ; na a pe'nio.j secretly in k;>y liiri e (" d iiutUwi<, ai..ud: oe |> <>* nl"'' in thy C .'jrl of ipp-u.* i TjUlicc.. .
Ld i.ly ix uidilu; l bvad. for llit. i l .-. ki-l iittt a -Ivet cut a i. f-ti;> -u ;i..d .Li ,& n->, it.i inrprohaf. M MT Di-frndinf, and all olh>utirrr-i.b.. %,,'1
pay tne e ai b.Ut ttgiature: *, arn'>iig l the! IrRel.d3ov. of{ by pi or p UJc. S. j. j. IS-1'J' fj; .
they l"v: ____ ___ ll t. biIrf.U) t 4 1 t.e t.us i ,irv |'-"*, J vi-ii t.fci't.: -r iI 1 tl'.tr ;fl.'tstuUSufl of Uit.- at.i t -
-re thai U iad, i: is the extreme of tuess Held, sia'i that uo sucli ntecti.ig as t .1.1. n, 'lacIj.e at h'unror alirouJ. i houldIM p. >y
g BOAKD1r.iii \ \ >tinIt Le: -pii.indr""!, aiiC:! n J;> tt rrni o-. a'loin.c.it and will d
,il nil ; app* *', *r prad 'lurtla
p.P1.4fr4 liuie-i I tl ,
( ( rr < f
t ir l I'.C
t to
that c..de L.Ir la gK clear of pas mg f by t tt ttial me..ti t .ed h-il .ktM place, ard to .t the[ Cl. i.i.,, ri'j u- tfil u hen| or wiicre Hi"". S< IA tIER r >ptnlu..ynd iieIrrn, Lja I'i, r.dP. fin wjy: lo >l. Marks. \V.n. tr wi.l dii.rrr lii'TiJ ; c.-oid ..' to U-. PPPE Si-STONE.

t wh.cn s Lt.le beutr than a legal qtiit j'.t-: gc..tcmo.i! uuo piute>acU to act u committee i.o I 'i UK f.ay i.c.r. I >e jTu ii-: iJ | l.e z. j reparn! l.. I < to ii.y hou r.t I u':;C l.l.j. ai-y j31J, -lo..l | jn-s Ij_ 3 Asiy.rori'rff'

Patriotism to IM produced by the Here oeif.co.itlKuleJ. Tnis paper[ I am in. .- ;..iv.. di-t, at > istancc from each other, an leu Coirrt.-rt1, op .ri rca.ouabe! trrii.n. II.'. iicoiilr t > lia.: d-u-eiv- rewarded. AN O.N FF.'JRELIDicitur r f F"lour, Pork and Bacon.

'tunned, was i ite.ided In be used for the P''ir. many if tie Cowakiil. 4. IS4 5
ot the of the |(irrniient ol'tlic 1 UniU-d States lr", Caving bcm lecmlly r# | aired, aud uciny 1L.i.-; ijz-- ,, I'iIMC PORK

Weurriuid, ia our iiotiee pf the caudi.tes poe dncrediii.ig prIceedibg r ilut .iI l Territory, ran aiTorl de-ju.e. [>ro- tert. Rt -iJintc corner of C'l'iluu t gd 31ixirottreel8. I.oTac :. tOia tt fitS

wli<> addressed he mealing at Mic:co geuitern-iu profesai.ig lo act as u committee t. cIi.ii.' lo 1L Our r.IIIe[ ,,13.l rely ;nuh upoi 6 ut bet:5._ \V EKS aftrr djtr. I slul? ,pl 'y t.* iL 3 d" II VMS
under Uie tok n meeting. 1 fell much excited I'**; **** heart'. anj ujnia welt rhar rJ anO "Vv
ukie jfun in Notice. I"'X ). J-uv ti.'u- County Curt of I I.r Oil an.tir w lr-s ich,. Vwloiia. fnwn New Or-
to call lie attenttuu the .kr the
ol peoj Ui +i this attempt to produce an impression, that g"1"1 "fdrr. Ji i* cotoriou-t Uul the tit-U-rtiuri.-dri's r'11E cr'iucr i.uI. Iii Tt'i4'In, :; ic N. 0.. t t.r Llirr of Administration iif''i tinof -; > *, and i..r ale by EUWI.N W DORX,
petcu of .Mr. Furmy Du al. lie i is lauded a uhich I self :me of a nn 'le! Luaii 2ijAto I i.ut< many In- Liilatc- jVy5 Xo. .
had 3
meeting my pre. dun lo Iliylit.a3 I1a11% a* a Coir mi-Mon Jtih. I. Aiiv Cott Jellies I5cfr"i-toi.. Isle itt' sidCit'i -It" ,! .- Irf It- .

fur it ui the St.rad he LI sdto h.te dime scit, atui uho' e proceedings 1 bad higued Kuully, I ril' u; on I IEP people or F'.rida tu 'hfr.iCl t>
ltd) jxirceU better than on any former occa.Tb ; Secretary$ had tn/t exisJcd in | oint <.i( I ; i 11:1: ainone lh nic cI I il-o.tvui| < h. f w In. h lut- and or jfr* for Ib'pitrcMi"- if pr t. t-u.i, & .'. 29, S LT-T rrt *fed |i..-rf f r. Jntph UIc'i-. f.-i.i

F.oa. bank davs linii imki.ig a direct cbirgtot: falsehood uraiiy tiuw! irjui a LU.ln..d !.Il! rir.g. ml: Le |ron.pty .tLzideJ l e are really furrn i,,-':. W.
J'd-gainst myself a.id all those participati init. f mrk liCi'i to ll.d .NilLL-.it.: n:1: fru.ttn : Il-jrti'. Api'-i lu _.' ? 't 5-2 UCrFON-Ft-II! .
5 lCOrgC C
Lieu the speeches of jur or.tor are ratedW I.i thai slate of feeh.ig 1 met Mith Mr.' j.uI|>j ipil't ( li <, t) r, a.iJ to l. mi tin- r :.. ,' m l tor -' -i AM 22 4 WM. II. FJM.--CI5.iJ'I i Berkvritus Pill'..

to much I U'IJ'tm -4eu 11itCt1tti; ,iadr tv the Lti.ttd l t Lt.-b Edl.y 'ha. arrived m tu II
per etnt. The time may goiii I ar. "ShftTield comi n, I 'or-ale---Tv'! --I ft SUPPLY ol liiiti-
ig upj.i the ide walk of Jcf. tn their b 1. !'". t. u I iJ.ggvr i. his pri>l ->>su.ii. II ty .' : t \.t rrrmled l4rMM-dr IX* D I ; -
nve wuei the beauiy of our women and tneir I understood I with Han rs-t, &c.cr.iI'ts. Arp'r' ,. k. PPqa. wirranU-d l'i -J> a .d frco'ne. 'Justre.eiir.au.t
ito i Jer jii street, who, had Lfu tjivtci tinker my hind al l! r City <>f St. *tnrr' Wai.U I" Lie wttI known. '

'dlrtue and deali. and I Iy banding arou.d the file Ai., ,liiif of Ea l-.oiii4 And ra-h is Ins ' >a'c! br
*), the fairness in ig the o statcmci'ts for j t tit.* 24t.uguFt. Ui > au r :.. .... July Ci ,. 1840 \NDOLPH & I.KVfS?

of and their aud *g.ature I Ii4O. I Dissolution. -
our men religion :
; ItBwI(: it '. Viio.vf) RIIID: UKIN'G my aUvnce: from lh- .
: iii Territory. Co PIlOCLJL.TIATIO.t
ru : Cparliers..ij urirlu orn oder
Ucir 1 uill i>owr ) lo a candid statement fni tinj;
mrity will all be rated at io much proceci j Governor tl FioriJ II. i tI.et'.I.aad h in of l.l.d &. I trwis.is 11U4icrif. f I)4v.u F.V-d'o m my KUi>ori ..>d Att.tri.rv BY ROBMiT K.iYMOND KEID
of the facts (hat; actually occurred on that oc. By lltf Go .
rrr or : -
Percenl. But to rctura to Mr. Duval aad ) dii y d-au1v.it l ly inulual .oi.-ept ut b. tti t p .' A. TKIMIELNS. GuaL or rLomni.7'IERKAS. .

Lii speech. jcaaion' in the difficulty between Mr Sheffield _J. .M'C'ANTi" tSccfeUry ol Fets-Ja.7 Any i-nv til i.wu
He 1 a.
commenced, by attctnpUug to justify! j i.ig i Uiiguage: 'islieffield, 1 undertrfatid that 1 fiO3t31hzi, Ku l" ""* aaiI" at sM >rita' Kc J'JU.V v!. !IKALV.sei. .. I Iiou. IX WPfk a'tr rfair, I "tall arp'y t tb" lion. .hc, w,4 .i1I5iiLd in ihjnl .*Ci'.tJ t tf C..s

Ja Tote, while ia the Lege1aiiu.CouuciI for have been round a petition to __ i" i4iiiJ tMinp uii, fborl ai.tf tinck. i .'; zt. LL Yl). uifge ot! Jt-fTriatx. Cont.lv C' url or Itir ,. it-Her. ban made his eacapfri.miaaJ
i you carry.ng -iw.ii 30 jcjr ..f JiP. be b. !Ion Mr.! T4Ilahl.ce.. \nz. 1st!,. I 114i). 4 ot"adii
: taj i iHe it -
soldiers ia J* ; mi tlc Cbl-IIC i.f John L- Lnf- |aJJ. Bd n'* at la- pr:
UJ1..g the ace of
er' c Mia, j subscribers to to the President of the e
get l k. oJ"Uu uU-iUi.d -
sjaiiugi J
; ud. ia.
(Jecwf | I Im. iJ.tT'crs
St. Joseph vr'ia.) Itaccs. u County ilrceawil.ua NOW RNO.V yi. Thtt I. Rzafa.ixD -
I1). He voted for a bill to that effect, and:I be I Uuitcd Stales, denying that there M as a UU"J; 'tic &id* I'V' '' witu .%.r. J. U. Kyan, i.ejr i La. CALHUU* UtUiC.sI. |I SL4 61 MOSES EI.Llg. !Ir. n, G< Trrn tt of Florid*. l>y Vre ol t>M>auai r.

tkiiw atierapting justify it, becaus it wIs'Ceo3ary 1 lie meeting held by the citizens of Tallahassee, 'l.d* re. J'l ht wtTiirr of$ 13111 .> ejr is r Mjue t -ti Li n I ,j E Ai.s.t ox-licg rl84I, Ai.totn enc- lltisinerrins anti urveyiii- .IT rlei! in me by law, do fc-rvhr "ff.rsfRE-

to Gor. Call, tu euaoie him. ue j and that the committee appointed by I that ,praIc ptlp.rt y cearg.- ard tke him wjy, or J ..inlic Cailiolili Ci.rp, s n fii.-.dmy. tiu-gu, rSttlHS i. iVAItnOF.W( 1iUNDIEDDOI.L-K&! ( ,
mi.iK I
lie will t> dtall *ml. loaw.. cnrr r.-uii-rIiuIJ j Thr.j o I) bL'-
"t'pwe, better tu govern them. Now, peo.> :; i meeting! were eeltUronstituted." He replied, v HK airorduij> RY LANDER Jail j I dy of Krbruary 1111 l, and ct'iuijrti.fye 'av .. fro-J > '* of MlN! ar.J Pj'itali-ii; and lh<* ei'.ij 2..D- In- *p|>re'ienciuit of tbVlmrrr 'aid IaO1I I! ftud

pie&bi)1t biie djScrnt taste and different feelings I ) evasively ay i.igM* o, not denying the nret.i.ig >i Mark,. Auymt25. l 40. -' !t j |or-ny ir.t JJ.yI H ,r>*,I IKI'IT 1ars or hplsPupc2iJO.f'tlthrrin$ !' .U "rfute,. oli I'.rid l *l larjf'Ihit tie |P0r1W.| $ I') .prup nat tory! rFlot t- any J* utiintorwd jailor, .r.tber to rrertv liiin.:

thee II.1 s.f- altrlltlriady ii If 11 iiu aii..v tuii e-ji.. UK isk
aad tf
thiag< ; Mr. Dural iblilu ex-ritjy, but we bavd gotten up a oxmterpeOtiod. Cause and lfcc ;f S rond tay-2 mil li r u-HurK $400. lo uudbrake Uia ctimelcaraliviia. 't.j t t diib "i1nrid Bryant llerrOtth i U ibftat lliifly rear*
< > U
Uihtiud he should at .iy t me bo called ( ." --dtr,'' said i, "-You must know l fBlIJErix.a 'T.tisi, ? i'ut4u4itrd Aug. 20ih, Third Day-SruHohraU -l' r.e,00. em >aii>lf 'r se, file [eeligi.i i.e j j chihltLi.. d4rk

Latu UH nukary service of th country, we'ihere' was a public rnceaig, fur the.drum WAS JL, _IB4JJ, ..tgnrd by tileriTiig C.,. Allen! 'nd *l II. '| KuurUi DJ4 unit; :.4.e4-! Pure $ I IUQO. for nrnlrrale pp.n.iitin to i.upIy plan.;;iUnc *-y and hair, as4 rather hard uTIt an- .; :or rt v
tel ti) [WIt )11)) iuIl.i.ttlr.t lo t L. a .,tr from W lk Boc
r I .11 Filth Georgia,
bate ito objection, so far u he u per.) t beat juidthe life played i acted as Secruta. I'ay-rrupriHor Pir, $<. fjUC. pr.fiW of lUe. levo's and ruatuarol w..rk* coanty.

J>% concerned, that- be, and others bo ry of lhc meciiig; aud it is too ootorious to ted my him cI..r..1.r.as hair (fr i wo a .uxiar wrought tick ou,;*IK luijilie l/y ury pu itcii iLJ3lt> The Offitrof(utile heal the*-Ciu'3 br-t I.i 3.) Ulring t tbei ocienc>-. ; s,4pLIuisaIr t lp tI ;: Given cuderoiy! band, sari the s.I

Uuuk with him oa that wibject, siio-iId be *ubtU *tid. Woo did subscribe to the petition ed lo >vzliow a j-Ae. lia| piece To itje Public p.- purs an iidn-rliatd ht1| >U guarenlea ii before that L the i, alleuiiMg their compltruoo it L rrqi- td- of the TerrtAij ol Florida,thisl8h
ji uj tlc common dtlMug trtn tftmfled M ci iri. day orju'T.'iSJA.
ts$ >.ihatdisciplue ; but we rotut object, m denying the meeting lie answered, taunt' will, he ro.y atUmui .0 $iilJow in :li $!9c WI, ; Hor c "are Ured.| "Uyodrr.if -. .: c. .ib .i1vria'e Md.p2OhIIQ.1,p WillM. ROBERT RATMO.ND REID.

aa m oL tbo (fat &mL iodepeodeot citi. tngty, rsubscribed to U tor one-1 know of It requu* IiLttagre..ie.tRA1tLEs fiiXVKY. JOHN I). GRAY. peii tT oo dibtp'ure fojai4riir} lo V-illi panic OfficeR By tiicr Onvernor:

?4fl$ 1 ibe i REAIIXGTOX.Tbo.n 1 PITT W GuT R .jr.fecUryr : ai4fIi.U4 Cp n.P M ** 3. MC-JAXTS of Florida, ii -
Territory, to introducing Mr. bo such meeting. I-replied, > .4 Sept. 9th, 1840. g'22 4 jrmiF. *. *. -iuV't2 -4 .. joax M.IaWJ P1U' -. .*- -. >- -& < -
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J establishroeftl ha. 'been for : -
.Do.Da the
-- : t- -" 4_ LEON. THIS '' DEJl
1 County C mit *f Jeerou. STRAYED or STOLEN from the Subscriber, AT PORT wsson, bjr the subscribers aruri BO* .IN&'Jo 10 IJaeD'B1-1..W.td.r" _".
t William ..D.OBI POE i ht of the 3d .in.tant a LARGE LADD from Magnolja ''will corn readfor reception of visitors.Arrangements 'ma.

Wjnn ) Atwmp.it.* Returnable. b'roeon" people SORREL WAGON HORSE, tail rath.r, DANIEL ths' Storsje -Comroiaaion Business have been made for the .accommodation era reasonable ..I.tin reeflctl.r to in this paper,with 0. ,

H"eJ xtitoBiiKenibertarfnJMO.Oliver S of "! Office i Monticlo, inclined to b. while; two small marks on his bip; at the above place the cnroiag moa'.b, and number of visitor, and ample supplies laid a4miohtr.tieaof thq happy anj dt 8J 1dm
AtUCbtoeftt for 148
$ over theo 0 Wilam Denham 4 C. by the IOa; no other marks recollected; baa solicits a share of public patrone,.. i in of the comforts and many of the luxuries of the PHENIX MOyp'i Llll "G
r Damages'$30000 Mnntiel p from a gentleman from Macon, 1840 2 Brn.s, .
HE Defendantand *U other)Iftfereslcd, will Port Leon. August, c lIntr1. Those who patronize this place during Those who hay I
Ue J. M'CANTS Georgia. The above reward will be given for him the summer, will! find,their mtoation more pleasant praied t .i _
notice of th, institution of the,,ve uit by additional Taken, VP. red*vattends.JI oIiMrY. that "-
delivered and
% attachments and wilt, appear and plead thereto, Attorney and Counsellor a Lav, reward for tcine the Horse at Talbhuee.and Thief. an N Tallahiuee on the 30 Ji instant, a HORSE, than usual. Tho Springs and Batlri .Houu are I 1114 fact that a. Inar.. r.ralt.eat

tccordrof to law. POPE & STONE. ractice in the Courts of the Middle S HENRY NICKOLS. I Bridle and Saddle. The horse it Gray ; his; in good order-the, water delightful, and .enrar.lsiu the taking of tl.iacor.y-.oetfw't.,

If&a( U. 3 AU',. '((11' PFtC WILL and in tJyj Court of Appeals. Offico DeS two hind feet white up to hu fetlock The owner I attendance to the call of the jltor.. ease.; but that tUop patient Dlediei-' 7.

Fla. tf U requested to come forward, pay charge and The waters of the Suwannee Springs are justly!' ,tion, i. -iu.re.r
at 16 1840 Power
NOTICE. Cotton Press Screws & Horse -p UItY8f1ally
Taluuae .pri celebrated for their medicinal invalids IeI'Ll 1.. r
WEEKS take him away. 'Apply at this office.or to properties-many b ottler state otbeahh :. .
aOer date I hall the than
t to
SIX CasUUKs have found relief and othersrestoredto
JOHN P. DUVAL I I J. R. ROBINSON. great to being aHeted IJperieed1'f
the cast-iron log with
Judge of cli.
.County Court of Leon subscriber who L .
health and
THE vigor by use. For a pleasant .4 f.
County. for letter ATTORNEY AT LAW in acute suffering, all
ministration upon the Estate Screw. and Horse-Power Casting Book Binding. resort the great relisfh ,
months equalsany
Michael practice in 'the courts of Middle and. resumed the busi during summer ,this.place houn, and a Cuto Ia .
McNarron.lateohaid County de- WILL the neighborhood of Tallahassee, I subscriber will continue the above .
other situation in Florida the generally
'tea". __ Dr. R. H. BLOUNT.. Florida and Court of Appalls. Resdence Iron Foundry business in Baltimore j and is prepared THE at tile S. W. Corner of Washington or adjoining three"'1'. Secte4 ia ..

J fI ___St. Marks August t1840. near Gen. Brown' to furnish the cotton screws,delivered OP board Square and Munroo Street and having a complete country.Charges will be In cases or ruu of uny descrlj1

.- NOTICE. jan25__ t6 of vessels in tbe port of Baltimore' for one hundred assortment of the best of Linen Paper he i. now r moderate.E, G PONDER, bilious 'ectionll, it ia UDDece..ry aI
mot*!* after date S. W. Carmnck & Medicus A. Long1. and twenty-five dollareach. Also, Culing I enabled to manufacture Blank Book of every description Jane6,1840. 46 RICHARD JONES. u;bt, aa I believe the Mzjct It.
,application will be made I
SIX for horse all kinds of Office Mer admitted to I '
the Honorable the J ATTORNEYS AT LAW powers, machinery, suitable far Banks, Public b. t. 1D0It .rc *entversaily .
: t,. fur letters of dismission ndge Gadsden Coun- agricultural implements" at moderato pice for chants, and others, in single or complete sells; NOTICE. e'ectuaJenro Utant in aU diaea_ al
as administratorde boo TALLAHA8SKE, FLA. Baltimore acceptances. Deed Record and Docket Books, and all other THE Subscribers offer for sale tbe folio win j ar The Lira Micitii.i are TT O "

Ins ate non of said of the estate of Elijah W. S'ut. doc'd., WILL practice in partnership in the Superi B.lin\or.Juh'1840. J.-lF. MOORE Blank Books used by County Courts can be obtained *, low for CASH- I relief affections of the LiverVJ 1.

July 18. 1840 county. .of llio Middle and Apalschicola L I IC7" utility and at short notice, ruled and bound in any style, Cognac Brandy half pipes and qr. casks bee proved in hundred of Bo... II .

51! JOHN H. RHODES. Districts, and in the Court of Appeals. Their ehilel. refer to Col. H. W. )Braden and Jesse Willis required, and warranted equal to nothern or any. Holland Gin in bbls. have come forward, and rtquC'ille4 ca. wl

NOTICE. office i Ii', for the present, iu the new court house. l Esq. au$ 8 2 3 other manufacture. Particular attention will be Whiskey in do rience in taking them might be .t uJ

sx months after date I shall apply to the Iron Dec 21 I 2 __ paid to re-binding Books, Newspapers, Maga- Lard,in kegs l.enf'.h. ofothor,. In their operation PI"rllhe4 r.

of Leon County Court, for letters diemissory Dr. Benjamin JR. Taylor I HEAD QUARTERS FLORIDA MILITIA, ames, Pamphlet, Music Books.tc. in plain or Flour, Molasses they restore the tone e'the Stomacb i iaauQ.

as administratrix& on th. Ertale of J. T. OFFERS hi. urofeiunal .".irrslo the citi ADJUTANT GEMIUL'S OFFICE, ornamental binding or to match patterns. Paper Corn, Hay the 0-ge.live organs, and inirorata-II

.Johnson, late of said County. deceased. Tallahassee and its vicinity. Office Tallalaiec. Florida July 5th 1840. ruled for Bills, Letter, %c. Alanhaden and Cod Fish in bblf functions of tbe whole body. sad 'Ute

CATHARINE JOHNSON, a, his father's residence,on the north fide of Washington Gr.NERiL ORDER-SO. 10. lIe has for sole a good assortment of Blank BozesFickles, in quart jars both sexes.(for they are perr,, tlllll' _

:By her Agent, P. KESB.msy i 8quar.Talahaascc. The Officers commanding Regiments in the Militia Books, Letter and Writing Paper,ruled or plain of 300 bbls. Lime. an mvaloaWe! : means of UyadlptedlallQ"; )

31 44 30th Nor J89Oharles _ h nf this Territory will transmit to this office alit the best qr.slity. Ruled paper "f every description. McNAUGIIT & ORMOND.Port cstoring health. prnelltml di,._ It .

: 1VOTCE. S. Sibley I hI of the names of tile' Commissioned Officers in All orders thankfully received and promptly attended I. Leon. March 20th 1840. In affections of the head whether .

SIX months after dates we fclmll apply to the his t their respective commands, tlgeIerilh the dateofthic'i S to. P. A- HAYWARD.Tallahassee For Sale or to Rent will. pain and giddiness i or marked by aCCom the l54on.

the Judge of Leon County Court, OFFERS professionalservice a Attorney :appointments.By July' -tf the prevent year section 8, (Lnfayette i calamnity impaired mflnlaltDtr'1i, Pier:
eo tllor at Law, in the collection ol FOR tat,.>n. of the heart j m
for IeltNt dismission a* udinitiiidralor of the estate ant 4c.in Middle Florid' He will order of His Excellency, Gov. R. R. Ran Cotton Weighing. ') situated 4 miles Nortlj of Tallahassee ,loss palp;

; of JOHN A. WILLET deceased, late ol said Jelts.ihe Courts in the Middle! District. attend ni I Coinmander.inChiefJNO.. GRAHAM, THE subscriber appointed Weigher ofColton I, on Iho Georgia Road, on whirh there are ; dered strength, and ihe multiplied '1111pt.o1 .r cI:

county. TADDY'VILI.EY.! Office in Munroe Streetin the buildingformerly Adjt. and Incp. Gcnl. F. M. of an act passed At thIS last nation I- about 80 acres of cultivated Land, well feared in.. 10 digeslionTgz Lira MIDICJRQ _ill be rOV

WM. I.;. PO.NDER, I occupied\by \Vm. Wilson, as Bookstore.Tallahc.ste.May of the Legislative Council respectfully in. Apply to F.GERARDIN pOtlSd.tbe most salutary effieacy.
april 4, 10 0 36 Administrator*. l-2ih 1633.1 Strayed forms the public that he is pre paid to weigh Cot-L ap 4 _36 Port Leon. Constitutions relax-d weak
IILORIDE -10-tf :! Walker's! Mils rbout tie first of April I ton either in this city or at the Railroad Depot.- pr women, are under the immediaS a'Cd,1111ta

I C- TION OK CHLORIDE OF LIME and SOLU. DAVW( S. WALKER. FRO Sorrel with a bbic in the face, His fcalcs aro manufactured' at tho same place as DISSOLUTION. THE LIIT MEOICIXW Old Coughs, A"h iDl&Je1le. tI

slroying Conlagiun OF SODA, for de.: A TTORNE Y A T LA W G. and 1 ofa bay color, with a near a his left check those used by the United Stales generally and THE Co-Pa.-incrrhip heretofore c/isti'nf be consumptive habits, are soon relieved lOci ..
Decomposing Pct-lilcnlial #
C- ,
hone and about od.! A liberal reward the Subscribers in tne Tallahassee cred. Poverty of
fluvia, and was 5 years by the weighers of coimn in the city of)f blood. end
o (nrale by neutralizing strong ( r ollVusire odors; WILL practice the Courts of the Middle Diytric will be given for the delivery of one or both of New York, and have been examined l.y the Inspector I- Exchange, is this day dissolved by mutual con-: will ere long meet the happ ,' emsj4 lilli'
52 of(
: RANDOLPH & LEWIS. Florida. His office i is the first room to the riht' them, nj Walker's Millor at Cajt John Myrick's, of scales and weights of srid city,and proved sent. The business will be closed by J. G. W. chill! watery fluid wIll become rich.Change; I1Id .

NOTICE. over J B. Bulfestorc/m 'L'allahasecwlIere: he may near Tallahassee., E.i;._WALKER. correcl. Price of weighing, 10 cents per bale limns,who is duly authorized to settle I the same and the limbs b. covered with aelb alld kllalllit
always found. it.
THE Subscriber requests All!| tOO)) indebted* to Gostcnhofcr & Davics, D. \. SHEFFIELD,Weigher ofCollon. J. G. WILLiAMS IleDlthy. ta4
tIf"i lmnjn note or open call Dr. A. M. Ta Halm April 1st, 1840. WM. WTAYLOR.Copartnership. Nervous disordets "r
aCCOUnt and
to eelli RANDOLPH CO IVI MISSION HI Ell CHANT us ceO ='. 12.9. f erery kind, ud (
J Immediately. All fUrlher i indul' 8"r.e cannot be HAVING 'located himself Tlallisset. 01- NEW ORLEANS.REFERENCES. Orange and Lime Nursery nr cause arising, fly be'ore the eKetli Olll..t.
tember will accounts unsettled by the fim vf Sep' : professional sen public,. .-II. Bond Eiq, FOR SALE FOR CASH THE subscribers have this day formed co Luc MEDci5ES, and. all that train oletie sinlillf.TI'
bejput in suit. He is to be found ONLY i *. and lis.
nt the office of Dr. J. H. Han Messrs. Bctlon & Fisher, at Port Leon under tho tresnours, bleb so dreadfully
:July! 25.1B.10..52 LF.VI CARLTON. dolph, on Morr Street. I Kcrr & Kirkey, A NURSERY containing about 2000 Orange of Miller & Rowles, lo carry on the STORAGE name weak. the sedentary, aud the d'iicalfl ag tilt

I$ Notice. May 20 42 Tallahassee.Messrs. and Lime Trees, of an age to bear in one or k COMMISSION businewi.Tfury thort lime,be rucceeded by eheerruloe.! .iJ j ia .
two &ad
STOLEN from the Subscriber nn Saturday night Law Notice. Molyncux Wilhcrby, fy Co. Livcrpoo years from after Choice transplanting.Cuba Tho Trees WCI reraised have a large and commodious warehouse, presage of health. 1lJ

SORREL HORSE, 17 hands high, n I rBIHE Co-r:rn'rthlp hilhfrtocxi' : .tin
c white hind foot, with a large "art Jn hili (heath J. W.M. I'. OUVALand W/!. 1 H.! BROCK- which adhered : Directions will be given. hope by s'rict sltention, and promj tness in the relaxation of the 9e111elll, by too freq,1 eart1a i'

,p supposed to have been taken by ome nrerro. Any; ENDROUGI has been this day dissolved. by mu For ominuiIioustand Sale orRent, HOTEL and to, will insure them.safety in removal execution ofonmicre, to give satisfaction. to all who rfulgcnceof the passion. this medicine it
information as a : tranpianting. Apply to EDWIN V I. certain, and a..ft
will be thankfully received and' libej. cOIttnl.W. : may entiust business to ihei.i care. remedy.
;, at ST. MARKS, ii-cently occupied by Donstr Auctioneer, TJlaha WM. McNAUOHT Those
ally rewarded. JOHN D. BROCKFKBROUGI1 .1-i- ce, or who have long resided
GORMAN. will continue torrndeat the subscriber. Possession im-IuIi Port Leon. GEO. MILLER in boi trm, ,
JulyS 52 ____ ; AI lacliculppant! practice in the .\lialacbieola I I mediately. Apply lo the undersigned given I mar 14 33 Refer lo- JOHN J ROW LES. :and .re languid and relaxed in their! "hoe! 'I.talnt ta
",. of CHEAP Me'lor. I3elfon & Fishier may take TaE LIrE Muncisa with .
For Sale, nistrct. Ile County :and the or to "Win. M'aiight. HOUSE. SIGN AN Tallahassee ; Il e
HANDSOME LIGHT BAROUCHE, with Court Appeals regularly, and in Jfie rson and I Feb. 8. F. GERADI.V. ORNAMENTAL PAINTING GLAZING Berry & Dowling! .' effects; and persona removing lit the ftSf11

,. ';;. A. harness complet for two hordes, by Gadsdrn! specially employed. ------ -. -- I and Paper Po.t Leon, J.'eb. I, Ic540 31 State or West Indies cannot store. a mora ? .?

ron Leom.reo.u.11.. Tallihamr.ee. Nnv.9Ulh.( 1t2O. Q'rwr; LINE IIF ,H....:, ... .Hanging. rant arlicle of heallh and life.
M'NAtftiHT. I ." -- --
n" Valuable
Tl: rTfiHv informs the lands The
;' Ten Dollars Reward. LEGAL, NOTICE. From Columbus. Ga., to Apdlachicola, J-'la. i citizens of lallaftassee and vicinity; inai nc r 1HU uiLVV1 IJOIIII" a for,ica.v.Sale...-MI,,, _!l1aw.i.ng' cats- are- _among. thernot_ reeeat
: from Thomas Halzel! and U'alker Anderson Altortiojrs Four Horse Post _Coaclir if .prepared to czccule in the neatest manner any JL land than desirable for his own cultivation 'dersons bencfiiled: """' *"

1; n.'NA\\\Y'. en thcSubttC'rllof'rWO'clin4'nelr Tuesday 'heOih:: of at )practice in copartnership in th, of ihe above branches, al short notice, and at priceswhich ;: alTers for sale three valuable pcntatiuns-nnciit! r rI Case of Jacob C. Hunt New Windsor

.June last, an tA] African Negro,nigh i-ained Alrck.' be'. Superior Courts of the Countio *>f ..rrflron, I.t will induce those wanting work done to give ualed on Black Creek, about thirteen mile rut, I County, N. Y' .-A dreadful l tumor deatro'fd Oraa&1

.1) long to- DUflolt.f-| He wnshired lon on, Gadfilcn, FVnnkliii, Caloun. and Jackson, anI him a call. Country orders promptly attended to. I from Tallahassee, containing thirteen hundred I ly Ihe whole of.his face, noso and jaw Dur.

; + "'1\ 'last January by R. J. Huekley, .Auctioneer of in tlc court Appeals/ at Tallahassee.Addrct.8 N. B. Paints of all colors ready prepared an dmixed I acres, 600 of which' are in high state of cultivation .. j enced quick relief from ihe ase of the jjj -

l r S *hii city. The above reward will be given fur hi* of Thorns n.llzdl. Apalacliicola. Via Florence Fort Gaines niakcly POT'Sand for II"". T. B. CLARKE. the residue moslly rich hammock land with t cincs and in less than three months wassnfi,,?.
Address Walter Anderson Tallahass-jee. FihlS 29 If :all the tured. ,
: 4 apprehension of lie Tcrriior.iudah I necessary farm houses and oulbai'dinjslllf t (Cas* reported,with
1 11 I wood
t : ... a :_any jail. t-' *r* ;.I-_ ._ June_IS. 1PW.-tfCABINET IJroirn' Femes, Ga., and Irtcinton., ..Ir.. .10 rrnnm r.it.ff UDon, tI.s:_ nl., t.I inn Lit A ....i I.J.AM, IaS" D.I..!... .,_._ :. _._ eugrat j.r.ia
Q 1' "} uClug 1l1'lIven"" 'u .1It. all 1.lIn.ttee.Jliy Ala.OLY. -- L7 n r'V uv. v."' --- -- r-.r. -- I"O 'J
_. 23 52 JO"V. I l. LLOYD. MAKING. Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam, surpassed by any in the country. Another, about CscofThos.Pijrc1len'r. 84 years of'
NP.1CE----- ---- HE:: subscriber thankful: 30 HOURS Stage Irlt from Colum. The reputation of which, has become established as j the sprite distance northeast from Tallahassee way aflictcd 18 years wilh swellings inhlrn\ -
; J--. .. .. to New Orleans, the safe and containing about 700 arrc., of rich oak was
for favour splendid Corl'CI. most efficacious, remedy j and 'hicko- entirely cured by taking 42 pills in 3
IS hereby: given '*** "all! institute sail in the a tlfll'Y informs past the Hcspcc-ofT 1 level and beautiful road along the banks of I ever discovered fur ry land ; with CO or 70 acres in cultivation ; and Case of Joan D3uton.AI..rdeenOhia--rJeuml.week*
of t
1t: County C.-'t Ion county, upon a mort- ahluhzaice and that ha Cluttahiochcc) River. I Influenza Cough, Colds, Asthma, hooping j j another in Hamilton county, about ten mile from i i. m five year*-is entirely cured-has
L {ago made "d cxut,1 lo me, by Ferdinand Le c.: .:. n he vicinity DAYS OF DEPARTURE- Cough. Spilling of Blood, and all affections of; tic! Suwannee Springs containing about 2000i Life Medicines for Worms in children osed the
to thecji1iti
l- N ; Cllirlea and
l on found
t. Blrux.i"1 forly-lli.ee ((43)) in iho South : 'u Cabinet carry From Columbus, on Tuesd.iv'' and Fridays, at the Lungs. acres, a small part in cultivation with farm houses them a sovereign remdy.
J hair-i the County quart\'t.t-'ctl"11, ofUml.Mtuato i. Making brisineFs in C o'clock, A.M.FromChattahoochec. N &.. '1 his land is of
Ihis Case of
superior (
presenting useful qoali.y: or the eulr Lewis Austin
: -- the remedy to the public -periodical .
aUld belli : at old stand I ,! sick-heaaidi
tfln, in lon IOllali.pply hlllvOw'.y ,
? and that
L1. county ; I the of
on same dsyssnd same the proprietor uihori ed lure Pea island colt In. always relieved
Riholds by a Physician from by a small dose-now
i. according lolaw, for llipfi4.oniro! of mdnorlgageupon : -. 9 I'n Store where opposite lie time after the arrival of the U. S. Mail Boat from I whom the recipe was confidentially obtained, to I. Also a tract of 400 acres, at th" natural bridgeon I free from it. snivel.}

i4, biitStli, 1WO.petition CHARLES filed this day "i bcluppy to ( \CI'yat'order frla: his friends, and. Apalachicola, via lolaane meeting Fort Gain,. state that he has used it himself,and in Ins exlen- the Si. Marks, about II I mie: < .out;, east nfTJlah..f'"C Case of Adon Ames-cured of a most iiueteriK
11 BiCKSTCIN P.rlonl d going from Columbn, Qa. iii practice in ; ballot this tract is rich and obstinate
u ne. 48 4 public generally. Sidcboar Is Bureau's and furni.ture Pulmonary affections, rib aston a alluvial sii i dyspepsia, end general debility.
w to New
Orleans will find this by fi the ishing effect. The upon it there is also a fine mill seat, with Cafe of Adah Adam
of every decrription, made in a fashionable and nnd CleaI'l'ft happy combination of vegela- greater Windsor,Ohio_..rbe'
John C. Jucobi, substantial: manner, and on reasonable terms, and, mom. gravel, I.ver affections, and general
I IB -Measurer and Inspector of Lumber the most comfortable way, as it intersects the are peculiarly' adapted These lards will be sold at modrrale debility Jiad nervous
for he hops by utrict attention to hUliltsl to merit Brunswick great to diseases of the Lui.g i price, and' been confined seven years,-. mtnltrd
County of Leon, and receive a liberal sliart ofthe patronage ef the and Florida Line at Chattahoochce,I Liver and Stomach. reasonable credits, and if desirable! th? purchaser from hjr bed by taking one box ef pilis and a bottle
making a travel of but 30
t his services to the who may please pu blic. hours by stages through I This' medicine has been used very extensively can have Union Bank Slock upon a part of the I of bitters-a most extraordinary core-she is Ma

V OFFERS! npon him. Charges inoditralo.Tallahassee. JACOB BLESS. 54 thr hours.\Iwll route. Time from Columbus to Mobile,, and the proprietor has not known a single instance purchase. W BllADEN. very healthy aud robust woman-attested by bet

March U, 1I0. 33 N. B. Al kinds of furniture repaired on reasonable -, in which it his failed in giving relief in disease De 28 21Leather ha baud Shubel Adams.
: For the I
Pr"lrietnr. for which it is recommended even in Lime and Case of trt. adger. wife of
lit Last Notice. lfrl; ; cases ap- Hair. Joseph Bosr_
persons indebted to the E"tale of T. \*- Tallahassee Sept. 7th 1 1 1839-If Chattahoochec \H.LJ I CADY. proaching to consumption, attended with bleeding )-HE Subscribers have cmistaiuly on band a nearly similar to alon-mt! the same.
r ALL r.1810. 27 if. for:tlie Lungs, and where 'a : Case of Susan
1 ,deceased are required to come forward To all] other remedies had complete assortment of LEATHER.suitable Goodaranr a young oamarnta
i and wsllle! without further delay and aU to \ horn SCREWS Planter by tho Schooner I NOTICE. I failed the most decided and flattering success has (or Gin Bands, Harness, C.irri.'ge Tops, Boos and i woman-subject lo ill health several jnn._.t
IRON from ALL persons in-JeMed' to the Subscriber prior lo attended iu use. Common e.]d., which are Shoes, &c. Also a constant supply of LIME, arid I n.al! course of the Life Mediciues
I the Cblatc i i. indebted will hand in their cUuns for Hankcy Baltimore,are HOW ready I Ilordeh.rrJ gfne entirely icstertd
iII- -adjustment they will .l o liarred. on the I"ymeutolahe samo. Apply' to,I i iso 1 i Julv. on N.tc, Douk Account or other rally the effect of obstructed perspiration, will HAIR I for Plastering' : .111 ol which, they ottirow cr-if now bale and healthy.
ALEXANDER.admr. June f T. R BBTTON. I are hereby notified that the bills will !b e yield to its influence in a few hours : when used in t f ircash: or in exchange for hides, at their; Tan Came of Miss Thomas d.ulue-rofEi'I.
2 -
t -- presented by Benj. F.lhorntn. Jr."with whom Asthma, Hoarseness and Yard. BROWN & and >
: ELIZABETHMcCAfiTY, adlns.St Wheezing shortness of. .GALBKA1TH. cough symptvns of eoosumptioo-eared ia
; Mark... rrilI6, 1840 3b HEADACHE, SICK OR NERVOUS. they are requested aule. breath, it gives immediate relief, procuring tranquil Tallahassee, Ang. "I-1 1. I I-KM l-if four weeks. Her sister cured of a severe attack of

-L1 The extraordinary reputation thai Dr. SpohnV Jnly4 49 JOS. WILLIAMS.' I I rest and slee,!. In whooping cnugh it is xxithout Notice to Cotton nflammatory rheumatism in OKK WKXX.

firiHE subscriber wirhcs to .c1l1it'\'Cfol valuable remedy fur this digressing complaint it every daygaining Lauds for Sale. 'I. rival. It "porsles by gentle expectoration, and JAMES BOAT RIGHT'S IMPROVED Planters. Case ifS. Celvia-cured, of a severs stick of

'. M. TRACTS OF LAND IIcar his residence.. is certainly a ninllcr of much aslonishnxnl. to notice the may be given to infants with perfect Mf t,. TON SAW CO scarlet fever in a few days by the Life Medicines
PJsaters desirous to retain their capital in labor PURSUANT previous Apala- For sale
That so in.ult have cxivtl ., by RANDOLPH & LEWIS. Cac Harriet
i t-uffcring .lnul Company now offor sale and I TAKE this method: of Twogood aI laN.Y.-vuia
l t Can be accommodated with nms s"tl.fllctflr crrd- ed far witout! mcdiritul I.r jar 25 26 I informing the PI.nlers low
I eges any discovery or any the Pine 1:1. very state of health
ROUMRT GAMBLE. l entry following Lands in County that have established a ,1.oIJ in Quin. a year and a bilfWii
I 5 preventive or cure, i i.truly a subject of much In Town 2 South lor the y. not xpect to recover. Miss T.
Runpe I EaM of is able
'efferlU NoIIH9.. t. leliolli 7, 16, HOTEL. purpose furnishing1 them with the above now la
Welaurce. ). fli.,2bth re:xtct ; but Dr. S. nlwa.url the) public that 18. 19,23, 25. 26., 34, 3.36-and fractions unsold r TIlE undersigned Laving purchscd from Gtn. articles, made on the last improvement. The im walk about and i is rapidly recovering bolA lealta

OTICE.DURING ,j .fuch a remedy has been invented .will convince in sections 5. 6. 8, 9, 14. 15, 17 and 24. ) Baowa, that well \no\\'n ctabm.l- provement all in the ribs which wear and strength.
nb-som-c from Florida.! Barton C.. I the most credulous. The principles: upon which it | In Town 3 South. ment called! the When out first. Care of J.
Benjamin Tucker
my rnp.! I EisI-cctions 1, 2,4, City lintel|, in the CitY of Talla. the rib wear out at the place there the, -revere ease e
Wonticcllo is agent ami attorney. acts are simple and plain. Il is an admitted fact i iI [5,8. 11,12,13,14,15 22 23 liasi.ee, have the teeth Fever and Ague-cured in
my I 24, and frictions 3 opened house under the title of pass through a new set can be obtained in a very short space e
JOHN F. TUCKER.jao I Ilia I this COnl.I.lilt.Iuther called Sck: Ileidclie'orNrrtous and 10.Iu the Adelpru Hotel. They are now n.akl1gisnport.: five minutes, hy simply! sliding the breads lime. Directions followed! strictly.!

R S6 : Headache, arises primarily from tile Town 2 South range 2 East.-sections 30 and I ant improvement and repairs, and wi.l; have by the, c fan inch, and putting a wedge under each quarter ride of: Case of Amos) Davis '1fCClion. of the Lirer

NOTICE. --- M timaehI-thIose who think they hive the Nervous I 31, and fractions of I 19, 2:;ld M. ensuing fall an nil nsi,c Brick Building crccted the Gins which will give a new set of ribs after trying doctor' remedies in vain for a losf

ubribrr off r* for tal. )his VALUA- J Headache may rest assured that this organ, thc In Town 3 South, range 2 East-sections 6, 7. on the property, hereby' they will be abt! to ac. a* tae! first, and so on, until they are worn as good it time, was cured by the Life MeWc Des wiliest

THE PLANTATION on the Armonia lake,. i .t.mIJ., i is t\r frt ca<>e, that the syt-tciu .bc- and fraction of 5, 8, 18 and 29. L-ommodalB str.-ngcrs visiting; this county in a five nr six places. out trouble.

i I conic 'ili.t.d Jlbili'ate., through the btotnach, In Town I South range 1 West--factions 2S sat.sfaclory. mumer. The I wi I Extraordinary; of who
being the) East half' of the H. W. quarter of ec- ,:) Public may df'loCnJ keep constantly on hand Friction Ro case Lytnan Pratt was
alt lhal only lmc muol Ihey 31, 32;33, 34 and fractions of 19, 20 upon every allention to their Gins and r afflicted with PhlhiuM 20
1 tion two. township two, range one. North & East; I expect a restoration of the cnnl. 2,28. 35 an'I comfort Box Gins; which 1 warrant to p'ease in. years-affected a perfect!
the West half of the N. W. quarter section two, ; of the Thi Idural Dr. hllhyI 36.The JOSEPH CROSKEY every respect, or no sale. My price for Friction cure in 24 hours by the use ofthe Life Mediciaes,

,t E township; two range I.ne. North and Eat-U A'so I I fUII'IO,1 is syftcm. object, Sjhon'l ; whole of Town 2 South, range I West, except I I DAVID F. WILSO Roller Gin in $4 per saw; and for the Box Gin $3 Thousand of persons afflicted ia like nuuer.
remedy > oininenlly calul.tcd lo tedious !'.26,35 and 36. I Tallahassee. April 1840. per Person have by a judicious 3IorrTs Lira Pius
t tho) East half of the N. I E. quarter of section three, i I truth of this position c.mnot and I jd. 36 saw. wishing lo buy Gins for their nse
1' t lw rn hip two, range one, Noith and East andkno ': the i-oouer with the headache cnlr..trt.d.become At $1.25 to 1.50 per acre in current bills of the i I For Sale, -- -- nest crop would do ucll to call and cx.imine( and Pnc.-vtx BiTnas been restored to the esjojment -
luftrer Territory.These !! two Horn, Gins All orders will of all the cotnfirts of life. The Bitters
be ars
; f .n as Uic Fuller or Bcnibry plantali< Q.- I convinced of sooner will their sufferings end I I Linds offer O'iE Sulky Wagon. attended: to with prompt
of Jand uhich for advantages: for pasture r.mgo I I ono Horse do ness. pleasant to tbe taste and smell, the
There is about 160 acres open do-wiih lnomplcte. & gently astrings
in retiloralion of health. Dr. I'cdgc-s: his (". e.
( cultivation and
r 4 fertility of soil, etc may be ranked among the professional reputation "ft thin 81.1'1 fact. Cash superior Timber. I WM I.lI. }'PNCES Old Gins repaired at the shortest notice, and in fibres of the stomach and give that proper leoaty
t.{ lands in the Tliesc lunds 'lay within The remedy payments "ill ho required for h.ilf lerlions Nou:I h. 182.0 the be*; II-.Y It'. which good dip-slion requires. AS nothing W
best Territory. be had at the apolhecance.In and smaller fractions of ----- ,,.. ._ ,._ ,. __ _.._ __ ____. ,._
a fvr yards of the great Arntonia lake, wliirhpasturage : may all uMirnoysof this sections. All purchaser L. -- --- --- --- n..r.p. ...,. ,.1.1....... .? .,,,. ,k. t.. c:.imonuii, 01 h-- -b..u_.-. ..f.n'ftA..1'... .. .I...!. ....I QU..u= L .1....v..:;_
slcmach .
i acidity or remedy over there may bo mide on thu n ual terms .,f the CARLTON, Quin.' for lion, there U
: C&lInotllE Kur|> sed in the \' thd. Then ., intormation' as regards these so nothing more generally acknowledged -
is also a new well convenient to the dwelling' *, with I is sovereign and invaluable as a general family I Conpan; tint is, 1'4th in cash, and I 1,2 anti 3years Merchant Tailor. any planter from Soulii Carolina who has Gins nr t to be peculiarly efficacious ia all innrd<
1 medicine, it is of the used
now adopted by many for payment of the other 3 4ths. 's: : I'OUL 1) inform
respectfully the citifns of t"l'm. wasting,loss of
eiecleul water. appetite indigestion, depressiouefspirits
,. plenty CCOOPER.
most respectable : It never Mckrnn Ihotomacli Ljnds Nf/ of
Gadsdcn and Tallahassee
indulgence. famili, in Leon suilahN exclusively and its vicinity, thai he has liar 1-4 33 and
t Tho purchaser tiae from 2 to 3 years f trembling shaking of ihe band lirnkm
or pioduces any the unpleasant effect* for cultivation will aUo be 6<>ld as ii'ualon| returned fioni New York with fresh obstinate
of corn' application a ,
There is now (growing fine ciop of Cloths supply 'of r coughs,shortness of breath, or coiuanip-
.r. pb.ic.Dircctiml | to John Cornoehan : CasMinrres and Leon
Esq. at
on the farm suitable for the pun hawr. I | ApaUchirol.i.or! Veslmg, of the newest Academy. live habits.
RICHARD H. CROW ELL.J I for UI accompany each bottle. t the Subscriber; and settlers u ill be preferred to the style and the finest fabric, which' he pledges lo I' TilE Trustees of Leon Academy announce to The Life Medicines possess wonderful efficacy
E.: SPHON, M. D., tF of their settlements those that call him
.1, ..1840. 49ELECTION .. and Inventor F pow'huc ; provided they make on to have made up in ihe Public that they have engagod BIr. i in all nervous disorders fill headaches,weakaen-
their airang)rncils within a suitable time. newest fashion. To pleas Ihe and SHCFTALL and Dr.Moosc to lake :
gay fastidious I charge of the Male es, heaviness and lownes of spirit, dimness of
NOTICE. I O:: For sale in Iho
liy Former the Subscriber has
Tal.luw. purchasers Department of
C"mpauyho are employed R.R. Pilgrim who School just established! sight confused the miad,
?O 47 LEWIS. will u' by them I thoughts, wandering of
ELECTION for Colonel of the Seveniegii.eoL h jnne & in arrears with their payment, aro respectfully re. give his undivided auction to the i in this city. and
AN ulting vapors melancholy, and all kinds of hysteric
Florida Militia t 611 the to settle with the i D cuartment.. The School
I nextin the old cAmplainls, are gradually removed by their use.
oocawoned by the resignation of Col. A. A. FisUer 250O ILnile l.ad, ii oil, in kegs of 100 lb.aud Carnochan during the season. Tallahassee. Oct. 20th,. 1E89. Methodist Meeting House. In this new attempt to I In sickness ofthestonachfiatulencies.orobstflC,

will be IwVd by the officers of the several beats i ir iu 1 I 5 eacIs-Linieed oil, Spt, Turpentine, J. B. DROWN KIRKMAN; AUERN.4T11Y. IIANN.U-. establish Academics in the City Ibc Trustee* ear- lions,they are safe and powerful!! and u a purifier

r Leoa Cotinty oo Saturday 5th inO. l Jru'lie &t arid Window GI Aouriuuslizcl Agent Apalachieota Land Company. Commission noolly appeal to the pride and i iavoh the aid of of tha blood they have not their equal ia tiis
Reports of the Election. to be made lathe underotgo For by Office at Mr. E.Bernard's, Tallahassee Ntto Orleans.Merchants their fellow citizens they trust. that while Boor-: world!
d at Tallalias .iihinlen days thereafter, jun 4 22 ishing Academies
R.1NDOLPI1 LEWIS. I are liberally supported For medicines
& Refer n.K. Call and elsewhere 1 particulars of the above
JOSHUA TAYLOR Henry Bond. around
law. them
According U Commanding.STOBJtGE. April 27 1839 ._.__ 3l REMOVAL. Jan. 17 1839. 24tf the inhabitants of the Capitol of the see 110tr t's "Good Samaritan" a copy of whichsaccompanies
: 4 49 Major Territory will hence
July forwaid
I Copartnci>blp.THE T'l r: Subscribers have removed their entire es. -- manifest a more devoted the medicine- copy can always kobtained

mih eriben> have his Jay entered into i from their old stand in Berry's ENGINEERING.fJIIIE tutions.interest in cherishing their own city insti ol' the different Agents who have the
d anu Usaoed one of ili e l liow, ;o the New Brick subscribers medicine for sale.
TOE uaoersgii ; peoeial conunintiion and for Building on Munroe street, respectfully acquaint the citi- The scholastic
.:. Houses atd IFliarf lalciy
YaIrL J. & N. .. solirJla. slam of patro&i' *' Ormond. WM. McNAUGHT.JAMES I continue: i i.a the same business as heretoforejI: public generally t'ut' Uiey have associalrd them rate tuition weeks each and the following obtained on application at tbe offices375 Broadway.All .
Jealing in Saddle*. Biidltt, selves into allowed l. to be paid in advance ; letters immediate allention.
.i 1 OR1IOM). Maitingtlft and liar. copartnership the purpose of CIVIL the Treasurer to post paid will receive
4; forwardlu DhlbIncI I of all tt tions. Also ENCINECBINO and of the Board of'ft uflees. .
arelYl ort L u guieril assortment ; accordingly solicit a share
TAT 6 ALEXANDER.Port ZCol.RTNEBSIIP. ttfllarntt TrinniMg*. Bills and Spmrt, CocA, their patronage in the making concluding level o I The Orthography aod Reading, "I Prepared and sold by WILLIAM B. MOFFAT.

L @. ISA April 184 3 Gig .*d RuJrAip.$ Trxki, Canxt Bags, ing i and improving: of al!! kinds of roads, bridges The stove with Writing and Arithmetic, 10 I 37. Broadway New York. A liberal deduction

-i$3Rmrd.. UE S'.ll..ihCt l \ psn l"rsbip fnluet, &/! Dipt, H.t Thza&c. &r. Mirt .?, aqueducts, embankments. Sic., and in the humbler I above with Grammar and Geography and made to these who purchase to cell again.

ths 3d under ihc irwM.f J. 0. DULL 4> CO. ni.d Harness, Rn4U and Top Lealhir, HogCdlj,.MQroc- branches of this vast science, such as the History 12 AGENTS-The i..ir)1edicinesmay also be W
T.1ahaM The
OS.O CsTiii..1 Evjiia LW W&\ .-any on the brninrss of M EnCHANT TAv r.srulMetp H.iu. i ing ofl.nd plotting planning and estimating survey millraces with Greek and Latin, and General of any of the principal Druggist in every tow.
sHdssonber. susn.* M CM.i""k.. '; L'oaS.boh% this |Ihl" nod l the city of Saddles Htmett. BridUs *nd MarttngUt, made and ditches caaab, &c., on scientific and- I"rench-extr.Literature, 15 i thomghont the United Stales and the Caaaias

.with .r nt J & lm< Wfc *.. "U4 rrta ra Yuck Anangenienifi h.fle twcti miuie for a cit it.I to order at short notice. practical principles.' By order charge of 10 I Ask for Moffafa I jie Pills and Pbenix Bitters sad

1 &$th aiiatf moeive (be slant aduU mijtply of'lod. CM"in.eRs Vest I. WARD & MAY. LLOYD & IR WIN. ofthe Trustees. be sure that a ftc similie of John 'at'.ipaIDI'I
Tra.,& .Ui e aveS. *'uzek.tnd *targ as* len of Ready Made, N. B. Jtqiatiinf dene in all the above articles as Tallahawe*, april U I. 1840 37 march A. N. GATLJ. M Upon the label(each bottle .f Bitten or kox Of
Joihin and thy arc now prepared lo aceornri io- usual. _42_ may 15'Va.tcbes UUO 33 Pi:.-
!.KS .1 late their cu iou er. aid (be pubiir, in any article NOTICE. Tbtso valuable Medicines for sale by
1 are
Wkt*, .ed. Silrer Wore A. called lot &1 tht-ir litvo. Oae oftbe pnnrf Ilr.W"l .Je'elrT.4e. THE Subscriber has just received And ofler-, undersigned JREMOVAL have removed RANDOLPH & LEWIS

.sN.J<& Xie il reskliMg; iu New V.rk, will e"le ta to rM,tfei Subscriber hat onLlUhnicnl .ale low for cash., Gelltlemf'n"line black TilE Od* from their formerstuti their stock of lbS t8 Tallahassee.Dlari -

O. la" e A* itl nc aJIrdei6jirvmptJy 1 I lad on tl n res, JL hand. very ,handsome "; and S'1- Fur Hats. Gentlemen a'ay' : Row, to the store on the corner of Monroe in Bern1* -
( J. D. auooUlf.'C'lt of' Watches Jew. Caps Travelling Trunks do. Clinton aDd I '
ivoc.r t lonabe tE BsgsT I. streets recently Reward.
b Menr S _
V.U W3-u k. c. UElY E, *lry, Fisted Ware, Salver: ling Valees,and a good assortmen Cloths. C man & Hall, where they wi/contin ; Gor-
TatUlia.meeN 17.1818. \ Spoons & mere lid to keep Oft WAY thePlanUtiea ef
4'."ip fau. IIOTICE Cuth-ry .C. which ready eiadeCiotl.ing.; hand a general! assortment ol staple ." fancy RUNA from
1 Lc ofl rs for sale on his Dry subscriber OaiWea eoaatr.
% / ot s) iicual L CARL'rOf. Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes in
..4 .I. a terms. Ho will receive new T.Ua,- Not. ted. .. ware and Hats hard! Taro Negro Boy*,
.1 tIltING Si s. Cutlery, Crockery and Glaaawail
D' my .Terr. I4IPl'tie.| ; during the winter. witla
JUehsr CV4enoa- almost named George
article Geor-e and Wiiiiasa.
Q. Kf azuxr aJ.I. W.AJUJTIX ace my .h WATCH 'AEPAIRINQ Middle Di&trtctof every to the wants of tk. .
p &
.Oi.awi4, r. Arthur M'Gill 8a"S3 couniry. lleir friends and the feft on Sllnd mtraiag hut is aboet
...1.. ri KERR.ilhlil'U la .ttelHk4 to with aa much and ) !? Leou Coin public are invited .
a* DiaM.Me .cl ability prompt. u. I. to call and ezauiM for themselves. asBHEttJcar*olage stout nade. rather a do
Eaii.idI& SZ"' G.l toss as at any t&op ia the Southern conntry. James P. Worth. >TONOYOfTIflflJS4h. May 3d 44 JAMESE.t4ftOOflkco. east look when apeke'to, fiddle with hk leA aaa*.
Li..3 ssiesntos of Grans! sad Podl Juries Jan. a FREDERICK TOWLE. 3 A..mlt. I and tad bad
v1c'WLT U. ltiE th Dssascs ones Wcngtd to Mr. Harvey p1c117,
.-,. l. Loosi &* $3000-Attachimot for '1 NEW MILLINERY AND DRESS _f dothiag.Willi .
T" t.-, Conntjr Cce Notice.THE above aamed .t 1.,
NebarT.ri. ICO, wh po THE and all otber'I MAKING ESTABLISHMEN is six feet klf* 1
...C= .. -ad.I. Co-PaTtnrbit heretofoi c eststinin'lhe: "*tcre tcd, are m aaxMt is years St age *
o... .M cL' 4w iMtifiosI &I & fay STEWART < BARNARD? beW tp t inltitution of the abe earned hereby witVnd notified o1h a THE undersigned most rwpectf'ally'i1 his koera iath.r betide bask whew aUndisg.
p orma
by,. ," ,mttizjc.; J. at .,.tofu 40 Talla. I di by the death of the fcai t narmer, allpcr by required to appear and the are hen i. Ladies OTaUaItU..S a" vicijy. tbal baa a pleasant coaateoaacs and reads and wrikwell. *:
kFioI, g.A -" '-Tlioasi who o not call to decantio! it i sh. has opted a houM i i. the It h ba will make 'RorUi Cwelina.
.. b.ull &... J ,a io4 ptcd to the bit mr requested to make med in the um,. accorditig to the above .. oa )_ sapposW for .
..i.6.t ..( $-,.r Hw will not b d. I imme4iata MtU K nt, and aU Uvinr claim wit 1 NM .ade and poYickcl ItatQ&e in sue it roe anti rtrttt Mwan., and. Ulwee' tb..t of hIz Friacti tttu. .
less. Mottb. LIeU IwiUgitSf..ehltsecnrial caaIITWJ
: TJO. 8RW I p pr .me. Dated this 13th : i 4
....t. v.-. t. O.&. 8 '. .Eo B BERNARD. BarTiri.r PwtB- .r. .lAMtl A uy. 84t. from a Ibid lUtatiooFtb to t. h..Ii.-'1Qw1t. u4 all oab4scMres Nict.lArlMir

e. -' __ .tl.Ufo D Tih1aba.. JuT Ie, t$3?. .,tl July ii 51 BERTHELOT All for rl'ft', alt RrtlO(pubUc petea ,. a at tho pluUUoan-i*'to *.. TaU' ''
14 g tf > R5. M. A. CLARKE. B.K. w r.-

April 11, 1840.
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