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

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A S,heretofore to wit:on the eleventh H ji 4
WHERE t Iht tbe
ar February, in the year of our:Lord ft !! a -

bill> thousand .eight hundred tnd thirty-two, a ,t.- -.f .,. _._ meat wii.bmd un.1duwneitnhf try tbe _
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Incorporation wa grafted by Leji lHlf
charter -- I ___. ___ ___ Fr8nf. eftibsjslytnd'o q pofct Of veracity
Imive Council of the Territory of Florida, te a "LAJSSEZ f ,ther 6 was a groat deal of discussion :
jUnk to be ertabliahed in the City of allahawee, pious, F A f'1' '

L: tnd to thoM who ahould become Subscribers to the .'. 1 $ 'I"J'G
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said Bank, their nuccessora and assign, upon the I ant aaaaaa a cmmMro. aamumuiBBna. -- .Ftmnort OrrtcB, .

1. conditions, limitations and restrictions provided in C o"a" ( ,:,i n i Tbo Fieiclr; GovsrwnfBtibfijl.. rreeired

aid Charter,which said Dank waa Incorporated by THE FLORIDIAN W duringrthefwfjom' ofthe.'negotiationswhich
LII ,course
the name ant style ot tbe BARK or ( recommend, to fair and candid I ;8. Resolved.rfbat; thj --o---
,. And whereas CIIUL thirteenth Whigs to a tIiedovernrnent.sp tq'of tbo I I other. ,Motions, and give the,--nctory to our old ,.CQnjmeaced,sjaUrau Ilultu y.tr,
the and oftb
FLOUDA .on /* published weekly, at Tallahassee, Florida peruse, coolly dispassionately,,II moneys of f from institutions .. the .
most reiterated ,
day of February in the year oar Lord one thousand the letter we is ., banking opponents,'long will we and our deocendents: ,; ,incontestitk -

tight hundred and thirty-four, an act WIlled Ten: MI-Five Dollar per annum, advance. publUh to-day from Mr. CAT.HOTJX indispenmble t the safety the I rue the fatal errortBut: if we,,stand firm proofjr-not* :only" of the desire ,of :the

by the Legislative Council of the Territory i to a committee ol'citizens aembe at t fund b Geomet andthe rights of the I and_defeat should first the I courts of 'A09t'rf( frat Britain, :PVusaiaandRus

4 ef Florida, ;in addition to *nd amendatory to the Advertisements inserted at the usual ratca. West Point, Georgia. It us con., people.., loss may lx fonote. -w ort& iirto:come'to an undfenUhdlflfl'with
.,1 charier of whereas ilso a ron: ;
iucorporation-And .
Mid 9. Reached, That the liberal,
ton! the twelfth day of February, in the rear of our Communications and other artiole for insertion I, taming something very plain, distnct and Jefferson principlesembodied L a rallying! pomt,*around 'Wfck&4he- shattered the_ .French,:GovcrnineMorUheVeceVttfy .

;_ Lord one thouiand eight hundred and thirty-seven, in the paper must be directed,to EDWAKO R GIBf conclusive. There is no mist or in by ia the ,Declaration of: forces e,1Qwbe might rally, and .rr.1gelr.to" eSeet"'* *'tps eificf tiotf of
mystery Independence r"et.
act was pawed by the Governor and Legislative Editor. ,and.sanctioned in the Constitu. day theLevint, but .
an this alsdby
it. It states the of ; we now,.at juncture, : thegreatimportiuice,
f CouneitoftheTerriloryofFloridafurthertoamend I Ic position the two parties,, tion, which makes a l land of and crtical which ; 1
refuse 'have
Letter our to sustain our own principles and courts nev r. c ased jo at-
said Charter of incorporation, as by the on business connected with the estthli and the relations existing between them the asylum of tbe policy
and of
appears h li oppressed nation, which ourselves Inch (o'the moral that the union and t.
meht,to S. PIBLEV, Publisher. every on and-our prosperity efec't
enrollment of said Charter of 54MCL
riginal incorporation : their respective principles and the have ever been cardinal principles in the Democratic s
-- -- -------- people of depend and old concurrence of the fivepowers ; :
i and said additional and amendatory act, of ---- clearly join our opponent to w.o 1pro
record in the office ofthe Secretary of the Terrioryor TERRITORY OF FLORIDA, the South. The choice is before them. faith ; and ever attempt abridge put down our old allies, who have pledged duce in an affair so seriously and, intimately

$__ Florida, as well! I by the public To the .Marshal of the Middle District, From the Georgia Jeffcrsonian. th present privilege becoming citizens and themselves to stand by us,all confidence in the connected with the maintenance of Euro ,

l Territory of Floridaj,'rinted by authority oftheGovvernorand ouners of soil among us, ought to
resisted South The four have
greeting : FORT HILL llth b would be lost, and the victory, achieved pean pence. courts seen f
Legislative Council of tho same,-And Aug. 1840.GENTLEMIN j with the same spirit which
:E chertl a1soa law was passed by the Governor and WHEREAS.llerctQiro! the to wit: on the eighth ,, : I found, on my arrival her i alien and sedition laws from swept the by our desertion of our own principles and with toe deepest regret that: .I their efforts to ,

Council of year if our Lord )\ our statute policy, would final and altiiin their object have be n fruitless and
legislative tho Territory of Florid, on one thousand eight hundred: and Char.-/(/on the 2d instant, your note of the 10th ult., books." b complete. ;
the fourth day of March in the : of our Lord thirty-two.a : With I notwithstanding even recently they have
tcr of great etc.
Incorporation was covering a resolution of the date respect am, ,
granted by Legislative I same at a we turn to the other side
thousand hundred we shall find
i eight and autho. ,
r eoe thirty-nine Council of the Territory of Florida West JOHN C. CALHOUN. proposed to France to join them in the ex-
,to succperson. at Point

r ricing Territory and to requiring institute the Diltric requisite Attorneys legal proceeding of sid to as should bo established subscribe in to the the Town stuck of of:Magnolia certain Bank, and,, 0 meeting: the leading topics of, requesting the day, and my opinion also on The on this Harrisburg important Convention point, a striking, which contrast.nomina.ted Messrs. J. E. SCOTT, and others, Committee. tan cu'andMehemef ion ef an arrangement Ali.basedon between ideas enounc the Sul. ;\ -.

;c respective against such banking incorporation have incurred, in forfeitures their should comply with the provision* of said Charter, the course which, as Southern State Rights General Harrison, put forth no political [From tine N. Y. Com. Advertiser Sept. 17.] ed toward the end of last yeai by the French : .
distict. might
A which said Dank men, they ought to take the
: was incorporated in pending Presi. creed and
the themselves
by and pledged
n'inie LATER
but FROM
of charters
lhlir by non user, and to prose cute style of -THE MF.BCIIANTS' odiittal election. EUROPE. in London still the French Government has ;
the same to effect so that the said Charters : A'D PLANTERS' BANK his ; and I hazard nothing in
asserting ARRIVAL OF THE it could in this
BRITISH not though
OF whereas QUEEN.The join arrangement ; .
might be declared null and void by the judgments )1GSOI.1-And; also tl ilo| twelfth I Coming, as the request does, from personal that not one ofthe resolutions unanimous.

: oflho proper Courts in said District: ,-And where. day, eight February: tho and yejr cf our Lord one thousand I and political friends, desirous of getting all ly adopted at Baltimore, nor similar steamer parket: : British Queen, arriv. and has made its concurrence with the other -

t uCharlesS. Siblcy, United States hundred thirty-two, un act was the any ones, ed about midnight, and by her we have powers dependent upon condition, which
I Attorney
efho by the Governor light they can, to guide their own could receive I
passed and course, not the
Council votes
Legislative of J
wi say a those
the Middle District of file of have considered
to prosecuting tri Territory of "Florida to amend the said Charter: and those who think with them,at this impor.tant majority, but a tendon and Liverpool papers, powers Incorrpalible
Territory, hath appeared on this dray on behalf respectable minority. Ihe funnier with maintenance ofthe and
i aid of Incorporation;-And whereas also, on thin fifteenth crisis of our nfi'airs, I do not feel There doubt ( the 1st, September and the latter independence :
him tho myselfat were, no
ofeaidTerrilory.and by Court Tiere is civ- individual members
of tho Ottoman and with
day of in the to integrity ,
February of Lord Aug.21.The
onr I I
year liberty to withhold
toundersland and ho
en informed,-hat the raid"Cer.trtl an answer. who the State
s'ncerely profess creed
thousand Rights .
one right hundred and ; British the future of
Oink of Florida"hath thirty-four an I I infer from t Queen hns about 100 tranquility Europe.
forfeited its Charter and the resolution passen
g- that the but
act was by the object they were few, and few. The
passed Legislative Council of represented
: ill the franchise, privileges, rights and immunitiesthereby Territory of Florida, the :|of your request is, not to ascertain views geriandfull| freight of a most valuable car- In this stdto of things, the four courtshad; :
supplemental to the mass the
said my great were opposed to State
conferred, by NO.V-OSER and' hath prayed Charter of the Rights go, among the ret several boxes of no other choice than to abandon to chance, :,
Incorporation, |on merits
general ofthe
appears by oripi- question to which and the
a interests of the South specf.
the .
that a sire/&cifl might issue according to law, to nal enrollment of said on fur the future, the afF irs which they
Charter ol' the Correspondents Hole's News great
resolution of Room.
Incorporation refers
,, and
rummon the said Central Bank of Florida" to i j! on which I have on vital questions of the the federal char.

.: appear before this Co-rt, at the prop"time and record and said in the amendment office of,tho and said supplemental of the art,of!, several occasions fully expressed myself in acter ofthe government t'rif, the extent LONDON, Scrr. 1st.-I write al the mo had thc-ir engaged to arrange and and thus the to prove of '
I place, and shonjcausc if any it could, why the said of Florida, a well by the public statutes Territory of the I my place in the Senate, but on their I, of appropriating and bank ment ofthe cars leaving with the passengersfor impotency, to expose peace
a bearing
money a
of should Europe to danger or on
Charter Incorporation not he repealed Territory of Florida, printed by authority of the : on the principles and policy of the State I j I of the United States-so innch that it is the Quen. Owing to an unaccountable daily increasing ; ,
and declared null and void: so, the other adopt the resolution _pfproceeding '1
Governor and Legislative of the frame,- Rights Thus regarded I know I delay, the Liverpool of 3ls> and tlv. t
;; -HF.RKF011E: YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANUCI And whereas Counci I party. not known, the nomination of the General'I' paper: without the of
law .
.. ), That you make known to the said and 1 Council wal passed hy the Governor on'i|' hew I can better comply with your request,I I'j'' made, instead of a distinguished competitor letter mail due this morning from Liverpool I co-operation
'I' Franco-ia brin about
Legislative of said order b
"Central Bank of Florida"* and all President Directors Territory, than! by enclosing !I Ij have not nrrivcil thprefutp .- T : r-".1 ,, .to, :. _!f.! (
the fourth day of March in the of Lord i; as my answer to this por. ( deference to n portion; .f,i.o Cony-n.1 tj> ?- !r
Cashiers and Stockholders) \ thereof that one thousand eight Imnlred and thirty.nine year our, nutho- 'j J lon of the resolution my reply to the RepuMican I tion deadly hostile lo the South, on the most per of Ihe 29th will! be the latest the, Quee* lions to the Levant, and conformity with

?. they h'before the Judo ofour Superior' Court of Tiring and requiring the of saitl party of the city of Now York, to vital of all these questions. I ni take out, copies of which I send jou. engagements which> the fnor courts havecontructid .
lb* Middle District of Florida for the County of Territory to m-lilutu j I I address them on the late oflndej But ihis communication to you thit you ith the nand ole nature to
j on the second Monday of Novemlcr i ext against such : r.. anniversary it has been said that pledges before an \ Sul: ,

; Lon date uflhia! writ, or such other time ni the icspectivo ings! Banking, as might Incorporations have in\l forfi-i-II.,;r |j' pcndonce, in which I have stated my views of election are of little value, and that there is may inform your merchants of the reason i ensure future peace.

Cur may be adjourned 'fo, at the Court House of turcs of DstriII CJlatrf by non-user, inclrrtl to prosecute: ,j the true issue involved in the present crisis, I II no assurance that those given by the Baltimore why their expected correspondence wi! not Placed between these two choice, and .

: of Leon, at the city of T.lah3rlet. in the lmeto efert. so that the said Charters migJil 'I and the highly favored opportunity it affords Convection will be redeemed, should come on hand. The bagi will probably go pers-iadcd of the urgency of an immediate ,

: cud County,to show, if any thing they tbom- l lie declared nul void by the Judgment' of The ; to the complete restoration and the their nominee succeed. I admit that confidence out by the Britannia." decision, and in conformity with the impor- \ ,
the said Charter of pertna-
selvcs have
Incorporation or of can the lAY"Central why Bank of Florida," proper Charles Courts in said District,-And whereas, nent ascendency of the old Republican State I in politics ought to be yielded with caution .I I The intelligence by this arrival is of grcnl tant: intff-t involved therein, Ihe four court :
S. SiUey, of the United
Attorney States interest. "Wn from it
-;. should not be aiealeJ l, annulled and ma' c void (for the Middle District of for I Rights creed ol 1799.i and am compelled to say my experience I gather an impressionthat I h i ive thought it their duty to restore to the latter

and all liberties, iml.unitirl., rights pri vleges and said Tcrrtory, hath llorida.on prccutiog, be- i The'iews taken in my reply will, I trust, in life has not added to my confidence in the the peace of Europe will not be broken ol" the two alternatives, and they have ,}

franchise*, by the #ame rnufcrrc'l, be seized into half of said nlpearer, by him the Court here not only prove a satisfactory answer to your professions of public men. But if no confi. at l kast for the present, notwithstandingthe subsequently concluded with the Sultan

'I; posseftmn and rontrol of saiJ Territory of Florida, i is given to understand and tic inlormecl that the I, leading request, but go far to answer the oth. ilcnce could given to those who profess our determination of the four ,powers to enforce .i (ronvrr.tioii destined to settle, ia a sati*. :'
:1: "nJ further to do and receive what the said Court b <
"The Morchai.U' and Plant rs' their ultimatum its
en and there,nf it and them, in thin behalf, thalluidcr lid iiolia" hath forfeited its Charter! and Bank all the of Mag-franchise er, asking my opinion as to which of the I principles, pledge themselves to their sup.: Pacha of Egypt, and, the rcjectior by the of factor manner: ihe complications actually -

los and direct,-And you are further com.antled rights and l immunities, candidates for the Presidency has the best port, how can confidence be given to those preparations exiting in t'ic Levant. ;

:. to give notice of the institution of lhi!pro- Iri\'iltgcs., ., and he hath pr.iyed; thereby that a claim to the support Southern State Rights who openly deny them, and tell us so bfore. England to curry that determination into cr.fel.t The four powers, in signing this conventin -

:h ceding.by) publication 'hereof some public nc vn. teire mii'lit IFKUO men"-that is, as I understand it the hand : We build our hopes of pe tee to
facias elec-
according to law, to summon I by ? Ought the want of to 11)0\ could not but feel the greatest regret :t
per in the Middle District of Florida! for the 111 said 'TJie Merchants'' and Bankof ion of which, would they have the best carried far b tho wisdom und right feeling of LOUH Phil. thus
.MV ce uf three months from the day of the date PJ\ter! prospect so as to join open enemies, to putdown find themselves momentarily separated )
Magnolia, to appear bcfore this al the for the success of their and. I those who ippce whom recent indication must have con.* (fiom France in affair essentially European
Vt! eof; and t'ntynu make icturn of this writ the and principles solicit and seek out aid in I an so
or lime place: and flicw if i it
proper cauio uny vinced of the tremendous thai
,,t tt, day of the next term of eur said Court, and of couldwhy the mid Charter of Incorporation fchould policy. supporting our principles and doctrines 7- consequences ; but this great: diminished by the "
will follow the first hostile
jur proceeding thrreon. not be repealed! and dci lared null! and void. The qucslion supposes that the nature ofhe Should they betray us, by going over, after inevitably gun I reilerat}_ which the Frenchgovernment
fired '
that ii the continuent
e': WJTSEs-RICIARD G. WELLFORD. THEREFORE YOU ARK HEREBY COMMANDED contest docs not admit of neutrality] as I they reach power through our aid, to tho tariff on European made to them, that it had nothing -
this 1 Kjih of
: July A. I D. 1810/aid(), and Court sixty-fifth day of That you nuke known to the 8li\; \I experience shows it does not, and that the I abolition, national l bank, consolidation, Consequences that must involve every pow: lo object to the arrrangemenls which -I -

: American Independence. jcar "The Merchant! and Planters' Bank of Ma!nolia," State Rights party, in support of their own I and the utmost stretch of unconstitutional 1 er, and prove terribly destructive not onlyto the four powers desire to make Mehemet

R.G. WELLFORD, Clerk of and all Presidents, C.i."hier,-, nir'ctors. and :tlek.boJeu doctrines, are forced to take sides, having no I1 I expenditures, would we, would the South, life and properly, but to existing states: All accept provided Mehemet All consents ,
thereof; that they lie before the Judge of b ,
:: the Sureri"rCourLoflhe Middle DiMrict of our Superior C url of the Middle 1 : District of Florida other option but to choose. Forced, as they I in worse condition than if we join the sovereings. The interest of every na .lo them; that in no case will Frace oppose

Florida foi Leon County. for the Comity of Leon, on ihe second Monday. dre, to lake sides, I do not see, I must say,, side,the great body of which consists of the lion in Europe i* against war-the persona the measures which the four courts, in concert

I TOTICE i is hereby given- of the forpjoina ii: November next after the dale of this writ, or5UlI how they can rationally doubt, if governed I I I supporters of those measures, and raise thetn interest of Louis Philippee and his dynasty wi'h' the Sultan, might judge necessary

;j 1'. rising to all persons mentioned and concern-pro- !, oilier lime as the Cour'. nay be adjourned I by a regard to the success of their doctrines, I by our assistance to power ?1 On the coptra- \\a. against war for there can be no dout that to obtiin the assentof Pacha of Rpt I

:.' sd therein u I am, tlicrtby directed. to the l, at city the. Court floune' in of said said County County of to Leon show,, in i i'': and the interests and safety of the South,p I ry, will not our situation be greatly better 7 I; overthrow ihe war in of Europe would thrones cause Ihe eventual I and that ihe only motive which has prtvented r .

Marshal of the LEIGH READ. any thin"fTa\ahu.cc; they themseh'el! have, or can say, and, let me add, of our political institutions I If those who have pledged lri.moolvo (... ... would not be some the among which his: France from uniting with the otrnr powers -
Middle da last
Diftrirt Flor
: H.
Au,.29. 5 by JOHN p. KACKLKIl. 1). M. why the said Charier of Ineorporalion 01 Thc and the Union. I principles and policy should betray us, we The ti on the occasion, h deprived ,horn consideration t

:Merchants', and) Planters' Balk Magnolia" ..houlclt ]I I hold the party supporting the ro.electiol j could, with consistency, honor and effect, op. present aspect olmatlors is undoubtedly of various kind*, which renrtr. i
TERRITORY OF FLORIDA be annulled, and mado void all I ; threatening, more than it hns been rit :
I repealed so
I / of Mr. Van Buren, and him through them, pose them for their betrayal ; but with what t eO it l impossible the French governmentto
To; tlte Marshal I'berlios: immunities, rights, nnd franchises : time sice these
of I.R7 Middle Ditlrict, privileges any misunderstandings I
18 xvoll a! his oil-repeated declarations, to consistency or hope of success could we lake t a part in cwerclvte agaiost
by the came conferred be seized i'tlo po "oVIQII *- b -but we do not believe that France will .
greeingTIERFC. : and control of said Tcrntory, and further to I especially pledged, in the moat solemn man. turn round and resist those whom we had 1 join Mehemeat A'i-'
." \: heretofore of to wit: on the scv. do and receive whal the said Court then and there'of tier, by the'BdlLimore Convention which no. raised to power, when we know bforehandthe I ihe Piiclia in the resistance whii-h he threatens The four courts, then, entertain the well
'ltlwllh day November, in the year r ofour il and them in this, behalf shall consider and I Idirect. and without the aid of France lie must
him would
to and take ? from
course they that their
Lord one t hOIranJ' hundred irid twenty- b principles policywhich rounded hope separation;
eight And further commanded to I und will sub mi...
Ii nine, a Charter of Incorporation : you are give State Rights men have held to be their But France this will be of short
the .ra* granted ,1 (ndil""Iliritalio"j" IO.J rrntrktior.K therein true and orthodox creed. That and oth- : and duration will interfere .
I Ii hereof in some public newspaper in the you aside, suppose both parties to oe govern- and not any manner
'provided ly the by Louis Philippe the ambassadors
Legislative Counri! of the Tcri. Middle: Dilric of Florida fwr the space of three ers may judge for yourselves, I insert the resolutions ed exclusively by the love of office and party to with the relatrona ofsincer'e friendship which
toryorFI.ldln certain: Rink the and J nf f and
I vie of the "lhsl I or FLORIDA "by ard to name a hOe j j moiilU from the dIY: of the date hereof. And thai adopted by the ConventiO., unanimously considerations, an important question still remains in them.Prussia, Austria in, we put no faith they gf t> earnestly desire to preserve with
II make of this writ and of They are not character with r
uho you r''lUr your proceeding and would ask all I address .
: rlioulj brvntuo Siilthcnbers to the said nrk.. J *" of who profess the to be answered : from which of the mind France ; and moreover lliey.an.xiously
lie firKt Ihe term his his
ticrOfl en day o nexl feelings or his
,7 t.elr *urc<**or" and aligns-;-Aiid wlerea ulso, our:said Court State Rights creed, and regard the prosperityand two parties thus regarded could the State polished manner themselves 'lo the French Government

,:. on scvenlevntli day of February in year of WITNKSS.-RICHARD \VCLLFORD[ safety of the South, if more could basked Rights most certainly calculate to receive in order to obtain ils moral support, notwithstanding -
: onr Lord one ;, eiht hundred and party attach much important also to the ,
.:' tlioussud thirlytlireo Clerk of our x.nd Court, this 16th day ol 1 ?- assistance, in carrying out their princi. \I cannot hope for its Material
:;: an act "a" the they
Governor and
panted by Leg. efforts of King whose interest and
islatife, Council July, A. D. 1840. and sixty-iirth year ot '* 1. Resolved, That the Federal Govern and the in I .
< f the 'J>rnlory of Fiorida, to pies poiicyjudging exclusively by cooperaton.The
the oflho United Stales 01 tho interest of whose Kingdom
Independence ; as loudly
amend said! Charter: of Incorporation ::1 appears America.R.G. ment is one of limited powers, and derived 1 (tercst and genius of the two parties ? I c.1 influence of the French Government
I for those of
: by the original enrollment, of said Charter of In WFLLFORD.CIotkof: solely] from the Constitution ; and the grantsof I jdo not mistake, the course they ought to a I pence as any power, and i powerful Alexandrii:: ; and not tho
: ma
I who has talen's! and of
1 corporation in the,oflfuc and ff.iid of the amendment of tl'rl'r of record I t I the Superior Court of the .Middle District < f po\ter shown therein ought to bo strictly f'!'is a clear! under this aspect of the subject as'character to the weight four courts hope and even of the

of FIofda. I well I by Secretary the public statutes Territory of the: Florida. (for Leon County.NOTICE .. considered by all the departments and agentsof I any of the preceding. adequate emergency. friendship of the French Government that

'r Territory of Florida, printed by authority cr llio; : is, hereby given of the foregoing the Government, and that it is inexpedient I I admit as a maxim, of the truth of which''t GRET BRITAIN. ihii influence be exercised ..itI Mehemet -

Governs and l egis'ltl.e Council uf tIC! saine.end ,- to all!. ( rIOI"Plhnned and con pie and dangerous tp exercise doubtful constitutional -1 I we have but too much proof from experience, I Mr. O'Connell commenced his repeal Ag.itation Ali, with the view inducing Pacha to -

whereas lito. a law was passed by the Gov. : t if in Enlanf, by a meeting at Liver hi adhensionlo the arrangements which
rnor and Le cerct therein, as I am thereby directed. powers. j that you give to either, or I fear any party, give ,
y, on the fourth Utjvc Council of the aid Tcrrilo- LEIGH:I UiU J: U. Marshal I 2. Resolved, That the Constitution does an overflowing treasury with a widely extended pool on the 27th of An.ust. It was; attended, are about to be pioposed t(him by the Sultan .
day flf March, in the of
:. patronage accompany
.ort eght and thriy.iiine; AUJ-.29., 5 JOHN P. KACKLEK I 1). M I .
'1' utllltl and requiring the District Attorneys of by power to commence and carry on a general 1 it, the effect will b(that it will rely, to main: tion, who displayed their usual etthnsiiam! : I- lIthe French Government could by thetJrat'iins .-

,; sid Territory to institute the requisite legnl'pro- .Q system of internal improvements. I tain itself power, on tho influence and !1.O'Connel was tho. only speaker. In efficaciously contribute to put an end -

I .,-1 ctetlutst heir agairut such Banking Incoflor.tioll in; 3. Resolved, That the Constitution does tronagc of the Government, and not on paS course ; rem irks he glorified the to I Ille l complications ofthe Levaut, this Government .

,g [ rlflecti'c DwiricU Chart,,A might hle: incured and Lf not confer authority upon the Federal Government wisdom,patriotism and adherence to princi. Queen, as one who-wouM be sure to re:ider would acquire fresh titles to the '
rs by non-uier, to
prosecute the time to effect, KO that the mid Char directly or indirectly, to assume the pies ; or, in short, it will become n spoils "justice to Ilelmd, ,"and exclaimed with true gratitude and esteem of all the 'friends of

erl might b declared null and void, by tho Judg- __ debt of the several States, contracted for.Ia P. party. It is only where there is a reduced Mjlesian fervor, May she live long and b e peace.

mlntol WlIeres the proper Courts in said Uistrictp.-And Tallahassee (Florida) Races. cal internal improvements, or other State pur. treasury and limited patronage, that the true ploiious-may her husband love her belter Correspondence th Com'c Advertiser.

fctatrs' for>Charles the Middle! S. Siblcy. Attorney of the United : ANNUAL MEETING: FOR: 1841 will poses ; ,nor would such assumption b just or genius ofthe parries discloses itself. At such than the husband of any other woman i in o.. 1 1840. -
:. ting Clr Kid T. rritory, hath Florida on,this pr
in twhalLof.5J Territory, and appeared by him the Court day On Wednesday, the 13th January next 4. Resolved, That justice and sound forced in fall back lo snv' :--ic __ .L 0.. iiuiil_La"J" :rajul.rriftlipr! } uhf boA? t. tTe C.p'stiAb were'very' busily preparing. for
ere u t<) undeistand, and bo informed. and continue 4 days, free for all IK"- o""t'd II" jititicy AJIbid itio rcuerai oovernment to roster I. popular on which our system rests I, twrntj.
gl\'CI Hint! the lower of Ucorgia andAlabama I principles The will no to this lasl it. The Americans had again been ward
rio-ida or Coull" taxpayers
p Je id-Bii.k;. of Floridl" lulli forfeited ituCliar- one branch of industry to ihe detriment of and fromvhich the party derves its origin ; ** l lJ -
: : considering that roynl are "special edict" not to Kcep company -
cr and ,
all by
the ,
.1 InnchillI, privileges and 0 1 another cherish tho interests of add which the prayer
immuf111 FIRST PAT-A Jockey Club Purse of $10 or to one and, let me to Republican
:g thereby conferred, by :and ; : path somewhat expensive. ," i. e. n ith the English vessel, )>rj I e-
non-le the another of its ascendency.nnd by
mile heats. to our
injury original
portion portion ty owes \
iU pujedihal a might iwue to I t of would be of no avail. Nous r r.rOM. -
; .tirefac according Club Purse of$ -2: There were two gatherin repealersat :
DAI Jockey reasonable pnlance
l SECOND ,0- that citizen and every alone it for length of
i: .lo lunlUICUI 'Bank of Florida, tl' common country ; every can, any Dublin the last week of August but the -
pear before tllil Court at the proper time ap wile> heot. / I section of the country ha a right to de continue itself in power, against the superior '
niiRi DAT-A Jockey Club Purse for'$5fl0--: of them was Ihe of a Second P. S.-Tuesday morning, >i-pt.
: pl&cc,t'i i-how if could the Notso upshot passage rmlolUliolproposed
r (U' any it why lid mile heats, mand and insist upon an equality of rights: wealth and influence of their opponents.

.: and Charter of Incorporation thould not bo repealed DAY-Proprietor's Purse, $.00-1 1 mile!' and privileges, and a complete and ample pro.) with them. is just at such periods when by Mr. O'Connell"tliatcaudidatt ta( 1st, 9 A. MAu- express has arrive frMnPurisr
:di declared null and void; FO\JJ I for Parliament shall not be required to pledge bringing ihu important news thit M lf;- -
lu-ats._ 3 best_in 5 Entrance 10 per cent. lection of and from domes.tic I- their relative i is (he greatest, and
THEREFORE YOU ARE HEREBY COM. And the following Sweep-suites arc imw open h U,I persons property It ., e.gt }.- .t : : themselves to support repeal while the preP hcment. Ah has refuse assent to th. UIIUil.

< MANDEI. That you mako known to llio) aid and will be rnn for, if they are Jilted. before the violence or foreign aggresion. their opponents mo ICat, 8Cllg UICJr pnu\l. sent rrintstry remains in A somewhat : turn. of the four and- declared- im..;.
power. powers
"Jank ," and all the Preidcnt1Caisiers; Jockey Club Race <>n the three first days. 5. Resolved, That it is the duty of every pies] aside, that they make the greatest efforts Inme and conclusion. would dcr nsiYe.but repel force
impotent he act on tbe
Directors and Stockholder thereof that they be Finsr DAV.-A Posl-stakes. free for all ages 2 branch of the Government to enforce and to carry their favorite measures ,and policy ; I
::4 jefora it,. Judge ol our Superior Court of the forfeit to bo The King nnd Queen of Belgium left by force. I
mile heals. Subscription $200, 110; practice the most rigid in conduct just wo now witness it. It is, then, justat ,
Middle Dwtricl Florida for the County of Leon, run for before the Jockey Cluh Race fi first economy & London for Brussels on the 24th of August; i .A disturbance took place at'Vulenem on _
I ing our public Affairs, and that no more revenue such like the whon the
periods, present
S. on the second Mcnday in November next after the day of the next Talldhifcsce Jockey Club Races. previous 'lo their departure the King und the 23d Aug., and Spanish.Minisur* have

date of this' writ, or such OLher time I the Crt 3 Subscribers necessary to make a \Uace.SECOXD : ought to b raised than is required to de. ,treasury is embarrassed and the patronage of interview with M. Guizott nnd another' resigned. .' .. .

111 Ix adjourood to, a tho Court house SO DAT.-A Sweepstakes for three year fray the necessary expenses of the Govern I the Government is most contracted that each an with n special envoy from Austriafier which From China it,is said, all tbo American _
City I
oCTalialiojtco and County of Leon, to chow, ol Js, I mile Subscription $200: forfeit $100; ment. will true to its own principles ;
party prove
if heat. I returned to Windsor and the next day had Macao,with full cargoes-the
be ships
toy thing they fur tliemaelrta have or can I before the Jockey Club Race, on thu lrf
iwy to be run for 0. Resolved, That Congress has no pow.er and when, ifever, the State Rights party may .
underDanish colois.
bj aid Clurirr of of k CUb for home. British carried oo
I Incorporation the Ban second of the next TalUhas-ec' Jockey set out
of Florida" khould not be repealed ennulel.! and Races.. day 3 Subscribers ncccfsary to make a Race. to charter a National Bank ; that wo be.lieve I calculate with tho greatest certainty on tho Lord Fa'.klancljlhe'! new Governor of Nova and freights i were from 71. io bl..per,.:
made vOId, and such an institution one of deadly hostility -! of the one in restoring their .
: r? alilbertie. privileges! THIRD DAT.-A Sweep-stake for 2 year 1 co-operation Scotia, has propably arrived before this time ran. S ,
and franchises, by conferred seized forfeit to be the best interests ofthe danger. and aud the opposition of .
Mine tie nile out. Fubscriplior $100: $50; to country, principles policy, .Chronicle nnd
: .. toto Halifax. Sir Cclin Campbell the Gov.ornor For see Times
: p<*sension and coulrl of said and Race the third favor at particulars
Territory, run for before the Jockey Club on ous to our republican institutions and the lib. the other against the i
further lo do and recuire what the said Court then Tallahassee Jockey Club Races. 3 of Ceylon; Lord Falkland married a which I send you herewith by express to-
the of and :
and day of next erties of the country, within the control of their old cherished measures policy.
there on it,, IDd them, in this behalf shill conaider to make: a Uaco. I daughter of the lite King William IV, and Portsmouth., ,
Subscribers nercasary concentrated and above the Thus I regard the present romarkable -
: and direct-And you are further commanded Subscription to the above Slakes can bo made by money power Mrs Jordan.A Yours, G. P.,'P. .
,.. give notice ofthe institution of laws and will of the juncture the most propitious that :
'i jo Una proceeding letter addressed to the Secretary of t the Tallahassee people. a revolution has been effected in -
J publication hereof, in lame public newcpaper in Jockey Club lime before the 15th day of December 7. Resolved, That Congress has no pow. ever occurred for a thorough reform of the: great -
the any lime honored Commercial ?.]
,, : Middle District of Florida,for the closed the to London ; Bartholomew fiir- [Correspondence Ad'e
t apace of three next, when they will oe ; ontry er, under the Constitution, to interfere with Government and restoration of the Constttu.
onibi, from the day of the date hereof and that has been abolished at a time PARIS ADC. 29. .. .
; before the Il-ico. Bartlemj- .
be named the evening intended it should R
control the domestic institutions of the sev. tion to what its framers ;
t jou make rctuma of thia .rit, aDd of)your proceed- Mr. F. P. GEROW[ is now engaged at the Marion or bi of amusement. All booths. plays, shows, The treaty of five powers. signed on the '
7 Lags thereon, on the Grit day of the next term of Stables for eral States, and that such States are tbe sole but, at the same time, the most dangerous
Training the fair is
Course and has opened excluded, and Constnntfnople by
< &c henceforth 15ih
: nro July was conveyed ,
c .D'i Honcato and of that conceived, if not promptly and I
Ceur. who thing
every can
aa.RICHARD the accommodation genllemen bae proper judges appertaining b only lo be held as a sale of oxen, sheep, Mr. Moore on -ihe, 3d flf A gust..3 lY'is understood
_ G. WELLFORI train. Mr. GOK w is well known .an experienced to their own not prohibited by the energetically turned to a proper account. It -.
afair has
CUrk '
: of our said Court, and the fullest confidence be of the Abolitionists the betwaen horses, &c.Soms' thai Admiral Btopford rcceye.
Trainer; Constitution all efforts has brought to a .point long struggle, -
_ : dl1 of July A. O. 1810, and"the sixty.I placed. in "his silo management of horses' finullt- others; made induce State and consolidation' n tico is t taken in London papers of instruction! fore forblockadeit,Syria 'ndEgypt
to Congress I
filh Rights
__ *year.. or of America.the Independence or:.United ted to hi. chlrJo. THOB.and BROWN Proprietor to interfere or with the, question of slavery, ort school of Jefferson and the school of Hamilton ., a pri vale interview between ,the Queen, and after tho oxpiration 'r certain_ jlday{ On:

: July IB Secretary nnd the Duke of Wellington at Windsor, the 4th of .Expelleocy Resbid,
.1 p August
: hI. G, WELLFORD, Clerk of take incipient steps in relation thereto, I -when one or the other must L. -
tua Superior Court of tbe Middle of a .peranent. where the Duke two days .a ,bit.I .. Pacha hai ain jfodiencoo'ftho SullarfjoreceivB ; ) ,.
Diaric Land for Sale. calculated to lead the most alarming and L ly prevail It is, indeed ; a death passed {
t '
Florida for Lon County. 1 tffe/i ACRES OF MIXED LAND, lyinJL.W'Zone dangerous consequences, and that all such efforts tween the two hostile systems,'ia which thewhole'Union I The interie.i.is .8id, have, ladled an.bo'J. order concerning' tha rtransmissiibn. ofIke

and rnilet webt uorn tho ,il- The adorjva. alio_ ,visitorfrtr to AlexaotJriabjf' Rofant Bayiia '
NOTIce I have inevitable tendency to diminish but'more especially we ef the Treaty
i hereby gif en of tbt foregoing pro- la go of'Madison, in Madison County Fla., to betold an Windsor !, .. l '!ofrbkhtetfafictfonr? .
twcnfays ,' Gansequetfc
i z Ur t&J plo. mentioned and con.. on Morday, the 12th. of October next, at thesaid the happiness of the people and endanger tho I South, have the. deepest stake: ,If at.such i 8cri '':'addressed I beTAIeMnd.ia. -::

.u s tere diroct.d.Tted : Tillage.. Sold for the benefit of the heirs .of stability ,and permanency of the Union, and when. ? all' is at stakwe, forgetful! 01 1 r The following lme'm'rn'd- m,' left COI top1&oHhtb;! ( _ _
slon to M.- G iz ttai pub received
LEIGH READ. I.T. be countenanced friendto I and unmindful! of shoulcturn I I byLord: PAlm The Sevrl *
MoraL Townsed. not to by
.' Aupp of the'MUale District ofrioiidt, Termi marie known OD thin day of tale. ought institutions. any old and th fti. fn tbe lisbeil in tendon on th 28th Aupwt, tnJ I oftcial\ coiomuaicattoo that th fluffjon! of
i I
Vy JOHN r. K ACKLEft, D. M auf IS 3 9w D._B. EWING, Gurdi. our political against our nanal alc. .

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$j Exed\c\ ,'W'I {or.1\- ,'\i p6ie of con.ieyng 'lisas* their own jxrefe* ud.they feared that Oar Extra*. Calhoun, things are strangely situtc4. "The Federalism"'contesCbetW'nd.rn0Crc3 the, *_' two principles.. of the*, T"" ; ,
the! thtaatufy! << of Uj,, tJltodLaqreceigns :I]ihe superior ec rily it i famished f for the io We understand! thai hhe' Extras of the F10ridlan The county i ii decidedly: lli.B'Dko.o. -that !formed the .peper:money
; i in ::tHe Convention the
rf much that lb Bank party, itteinpte4tbFE. began BywuJ 0 cowarr. f: '
I .t.o !!IeheJ tOIIbe a.tlro lt9'l1aoD. ,mediate redemptiouofbe bills, :would briDgAiscredit : | art J b7 DO'_ '0fns acceptabStrto t' the so, exwted'unto this i
I hid Hardm, a Director of the MagnoItV CoosUtut ouf? *f has day. c o't two

TttE: F&ORIPIAN! on brnks of,jihe. nature of i hose ajeady > Conservative:Candidate. Tficyddhl look Jfen tuuxn* To..CfCore the electionto It b inherent in ,the very nitore of society', tl t mnationoCth- mL pa

chartered. *into dly on thetaand3boyhaY; th> l'Dtlt1 their candidate, and for other purposes, and will Continue't exist s* Jong I M society ThE thipl_pjeiaow again ben -

TALlAHASSEE. FLORIDA: Can it be, that the n .writer, who% thus'speaks denounce them to the paopta as "tfutmb 'they l tried to purchase up the St. Joseph ex ists. It is a contest of tho ftp against themany a collisioc. Tli.Ptd *Saaof'thatd _

papertU" Well thai tr killing J Bpt we belong to the of the combined few against the da-: t m m hMfc- an, pa the ,
EDWARD ft. QIBSOIT, EDITOR. of there being no t1.restrictions"Jin the ew Times ; but it happened tn ; 'terra> peorf b

t 4atu4Q, Oe r 8, IS4Q. York system of Free Banking, is ignorant hope the Floridian will live over" it,.and that St. Joseph Land Company, and the purcbaae jointed many. one* more uaiso WI t Ba
.. be nude. their It would contest of this nature I they once ,
could Finding a m .
ihstlbose banks cah issue no bills bat what our Extras will flourish,, and be well thumbed. not seem tbt pwe
.FOR P&ESIPENT! Of THE U. STATES, intended them for. candidate could nol have even a chance as a could exist but a very short tImO--Ihflt the i power : the State deb o'1
they.receive from commissioners appoint' I That was just what w. withdrew bhn and now few. imitate Great .Britain, and "n.
necessarily overcome
MftBTlH J VAN BUflEH,. ed by the StaUto superintend thc-w: I I Iff w*could only:get them to be well thumbed ,run Representatire him as the,Bank they candidate for the Ben; many So it mus seem at first sight,but experience th ; ducal l'Goermnt of Eurpe te I

EMmtcreOfe Repirt>IIiu. Ticket Banking System of the State. And these.I by the people, we have a sort of an idea that t ate from Calhoun county. lie is the. quota shows us that in all ages,and with scarcely a hi 1.t a

FORSENATORSerTwMJDDLE\ DISTWCT.. .\>ills cannot be gi.yeno then until they .have: they.would help not a little to do up Bank:I to be furnished by ,the M-gnolia Bank, to exception, in alaitie and i in- all govern t ug The.t.
: Alien and
Cons VftIsm in FJorjda. They would set:1 the of$the Territory. We have m et.ts, the the Sedition I Laws
JAMES A. BEITHELOTof Leon, deposited; vitb the said commissioners, an / I Legislature many hat b te vcim two again into b"
before stated be is a Director in that mstitu-\\fi w. We alone, in Ye priaciples ;operation.was
ISAAC he people in the right of thinking-and Stch
FERGUSQN, Jr.tfif Gadsden, amount of State stocks equal\ in vafue\ .to .the way endeavoring justice
ELIAS E. en, Bankism and ConnervatMro. would lio n. escaped this generlsubjectlon.of one. portion 2 t o fl Great
E.BLACgBpRN Jefferson, issue
of bills wish to Britain. The
amount they go .
leaves in and the state
Harden I
Theyth The withdrawal of Mr. of the community to another, attempt da that
JAMES S. BELL, of Hamilton.FORTflE also have certain amount of e way of all flesh. We should have a cod f forced persons to*bare o cot
% roust a L Calhoun, three! candidate : two of them, ;Is now making, by one vigorous effort, t many and

t These.commissioners are authorized, when I complete reform of the system; be no more I Mr. Dolin and !Mr. Arnau, ore said to be thIn e contest the formation of tbonstitution. e asylum! from political a religious a
'HOUSE, OF RE'pJ>>:SF TATWES. commence a OPI
t NATHANIEL W.: WALKERj any of these banks refuse for so many days, troubled with Bank suspensions, and refusals I Loco Foro and Anti-Bank ; the other, the C They were disposed & com to l. eona,
,. DANIEL McRAENY, ,the exact number we forget,to pay specie for to pay. The holder of a bank bill would I editor of HIP' St. Joseph Times, AVOWS himself Mr. Jefferson has, in these few words I,, t try; wh they cnuW enjoy both cr and

then know that it I'I thorough-going Van Buren Democrat', concentrated the different principles on wnich r \ liberty. Under some I
would a
the stocks thus be b
: JOSEPH. BRANCH -the ir bills,to sell immediately in reality, re- the I
nnd ..lIlhe Harrison Bmkites: will: vote the two parties divided: against principles of liberty,
THOMAS BALTZELL. of thebank deemed in specie when wanted. yet aI
transferred to them and the bills ,
-- pay for him. They think that if he I 1:1 elected, "The hcrii-hment of the people then; was one prejudice against the Irish

$,. .' Th principles I.e (Ma. VAN Bmn) lias .not in specie The consequence of this is, If the 'ople could only see how they me he will lean gently, as far as he can, to the rinciple. the fear and distrust of them, that of the lists passed.a law, p t Fe

only avowed bat maintained openl/ and firmly'aro that there is a moral certainty that the holders defr.iuded out of their hard earnings by these Bank side. They are di-posed. on that ACcount other parly." take up any alien, and send of
dar to the South and what U ; o the
; more impor bank con'raclions' and '
'tant Aey ete: Ae princip'cs of hit party."-G xoacx of the bills of a Free Bank will get the tpecie expansion; by making; to forget his: Democracy, and) even his The one wished the Government to b cun.tr upon his own wj
money plenty at one lime and scarce nt another in the hands of the under !! The whole a
r McDumc. in a few weeks Van Burenism, and give him their support.' placed people, e sure body of t

1 Gen. HiatysoN, while Governor of Indiana And this Voice from the Convention ; "by filling the country with promises He will receive also the votes of the Ami- hope that it would b adminier for the supported the law. Fe.
approved; 'law L. yet, I to pay, and then refusing to just how xjnefit of the The .
) Territory a passed by the ;giilatore pIty Bank Van Buren men who are disposi to I great body people. And the Sedition law. It was
to EF.LL MEN for FINE COSTS.- there are no restrictions" in a systemof and whin they please, and re that
: or says virtually setting think that thp.vtiigs calculate too much on I other distrusted the people, and wished the the t people might discuss the .
Tho Itame law decreed the punishment of THIR Free and that it has well the holders of their bills at defiance if' m coo-
Banking, nigh poor -- I, B.mks. Government so to give duct of the of
.i TY-NINE STRIPES to be inflicted his sympathies in favor of the conatitute a th
on any personthus ruined" the State of New York we the people could only see these ofcer th Goyenmtu
great say the the
sold, who should ABSCOWD from his purchaser! Ret Under such circumstance, it is difficult to I power to few, many. the Seitio was
t, Reader, how do you like this specimen of Harrisonisni ally, we hardly know what to think or in their proper light, we should soon hnve how the election will go. Could tho die The one wished t abolish the State Gov. This, also,to a man i j

', in addition to the Ohio caw, and even to say of this. Its absurdity and falsehood l things ai they ought *o be. There would be say reel question be made betwei n the Bank anrl I ernment. The other wished to retain them. Such ..eerl comprehensive Ip
worse than that, for the law includes universal from end of te
special/ all supposition of Some one fry one unionto .
possibility. General Hamilton and Gouverneur
I WOMEN as ,,'ell.. men to be whipped. to full passes the other for radical Anti-Bank feeling, the latter would carry it I t Mon law, that in one case a iodividua1wujand .
reform of the
thirty-nine lashes.:' fifty banks were created some four or five a whole more than two to one-not that the peopleare were the two leaders of the Federal party.. imprne under the circunj.

years ago. In the crash a few failed. We system. _ _ opposed to Bank in themselves, but M r. Madison thus gives the views of these ad or this following
ABOLITION A. W1UGERY. sacs ofenc
have seen nn account of the winding up of, Good Blood. frauds l leaders: ists Fe.
: and indignant at the were firing a at Trenton
they are disgusted slute,
7 .. But while HO have dono this, II a matter of we think, two of them ; and the State stocks The Whigs cannot help letting out, every and impositions and mismanagements ol "Gen.Hamilton said: "In his private opinion I he lieve, in honor of John Adam some political *
: of another are now offered for sale in New, and then their aristncinlic had no scruple in declaring- supported a.he was,by and Mr. -
.1 justice and right, and endeavored to rercue them now feelings, and these institutions in the Territory. Theywish event, a Baldwin wished "that

Lix t,,_ [the Whig party!" tfaw YorkJ] fiom the oMoquy<< :> York bills to pay its bills first.nnd other liabilities, the they do not seem to feel that, while it elevates something done to restore a sound cur the the! opinion British Government of so many of was the the wile beat and in goo.won that d, the wad might lodge in the breeches" of Mr.
'of connection with the fanatic being paid
we few it and he doubted much whether thing short of il i Adams, the then President. Poor
rL :to admit a degrades many, themselves like, ency. any
that a parlandNQ INCONSIDERABLEPORTION In the banks referred to
we one paid Badm
t In Walton, the Bank; candidate will suc- would do in America." who had been taking a glass or two
of Ihe Whig in this State, i Utinctured wise. At ii late Whig in
party 94 and the other 06 cent. The bills ol f meeting Massachu orh
per The of the public mind led him to anlicipale much
progress fined
ceed. key was and
wild Abolition
!Lndr9nglJ' too, foul to
> the bank, of course, were paid directly, andthe setts, the son of Mr. Webster made a speech', In Escambia.we, have heard of no change the limo when others, a well & himself I the District Court of the imprne b
inglL"'c would join i ia the praise bestowed by Mr.N.cker on
other liabilities follow for which he T
was cheered. This I
WHS well Nothing has" occurred to render Bankismmore is the spirit of Federalism.
Ihe British Constitution, namely, that it i i. the
'E. f'lr. from recent indications, that the admiiti a. And this state of things, where there is an enoughbut then they gave "three cheers for I acceptable to the people there thin I i it onl/ Government in the world wElch unite pub I Federalism was defeated by the election
lion of Albany the nWlute for the billholders has
too much inclined to yield lo security near
'az. .wiirbl- .Cffilj, "alrHirf"; lo cbunleracY'tlie I! milieu lilt 6'*,... e>_.., ''OICO *,,,.. YuiK! t the blood"- hi nob!* blood of the Godlike! .1! has been heretofore, nnd we ought therefor-I lic strength house with individual of Lords U.ecurit a most,."noble institu.tun. -i j of Mr. Jefferson.

y Influence." We are not surprised that a Bank Voice This is degradingand disgraceful ilieactors. to look forward to success. "Thei. No lemporaiy Senile 'have business i The party kept up the contest under the

4 Ihays,, N's BurnT OIonos.-Tho: following from the Convention" should attempt to brine: Mr.\ Preaton, tno, nt Ihe'Richmond mooting t. Bank luflucncc In the next senate. enough to anuwcr th- Pat. .wi ['name of Federalist. until the war in 1912.

: extracts ire from a work recently) prepored under discredit on the principle of Free flankir. i said, "that he believed in blond-that, The interests of the Banks are likely to be "As I Gen. Harrison'* inspection, and % Contrast it with the of Florida Mr. of da n food one could be fltablsbt.d: on Republican Federal under
acknowledged as system our Clay was noble blood"-that is, someof well taken care of in the next Senate, if the Wa not thi*giving the Reblcn the idea
: late as the 2J insl., by hinuell, lo contain Iill opi n. ba nks. Compare the winding of the N his family principle up merit that republican h
up were, or had been rich. of the would
; ions in rolalion to public mailers. Mr. Dank Canservative ticket prevails, so far, nt question, or there can be no good Governnienl t
.. Should York Free Banks with the winding up of the Van Buren, he said, was decccnded from a without a good Executive. The English! make it more acceptable to the people. Bat
asked il them is no wabwhich Magnolia, Commcicial, West Florida scrub. That least as numbers are concerned. We have model was the that ." it not do. The half
t tho General Government aid &c. is, his fa'her was a man. only good one on su >jpcl.Vhal woul treasonable count
can the cause of I Emancipation the situation of i And poor nut heard what Directors the Life and Trust I "\ is the inference from all these observations -
I Compare the holders of the those people the of the
I answer, that it has long bun an c are loudest to out s many party the
t jtct ntar to my heart to .:e the whole of thy turplta oe. notes of the N. York Free Banks with those; II for the Log Cabins. We know not cry which has put upon the ticket in East Florida, to I I ? That* will we admit.ought Lei to go one as branch far .! tithe Republicanprinciple Leg. war, killed them for a time as purue party. i They

#.1 k venue appropriated,. Uuti etyret. With the sanction who hold the bills of the Union, the Life &; most to wonder at, the impudence of the pretenders take care of her special interests. In Middle i islature hold thom places for life, or at leaxt during made a feeble effort to tack democratic to it-

.c rP me of to be the no Stales conTluti holding: .**t the objection slaves to, its there tting'apptartto thutapplied Trust,and the Pcnsacola Bank. What think t or the weakness and folly of those Florida we have: good behavior. Let the Executive: also be for Iifl ." bt: that failed at once-and the party lay by

c embracing not only the colonization: 011 our readers of the comparison ? who permit themselves to he duped by them. :Mr. Dupont. Director, (and President "He sees the Union dissolving, or already d n silence, until the election of Mr. Adam
pio lolrcd-fu. evils in the whichmust
: ; those that It gives us pleasure that Ices operating States them renewed
freed but our
maybe the opponentsthus gave
;,. : of the freedom of olheis." purchase afford us the of Mr. Dupont A a state Government tern) and a large Stockholder of the Union soon cure the people of their fondness for Democracies hop.

t. .' / opportunity exposingtheir A sudden passion has seized Mr. Di I Il tiiik. -fce sees a jirral progress has been al His known principles assured
I was the first person to intndtue int> Corner is total ignorance-perhaps, assumed of! upon made and in slill going on in the public mind. them, but the be
J1. Mr. Duval! for name must
the and the Union Hank.Ir. .
proposition thai all the .. pout, of the Attorney change.
above Mi Conservatives Fed.
country i>oun many for
the subjects Bunks and It He ih will in tb.e be
Banking. ena.blee go.ing th.rh. thr.fore. people unshackled still
(which, having no mhibiUnU was free from the I i into a State Government. 1.t :\ Edwards, a large Stockholder.Mr. from lln-ir ; ." ali sun.
io show in
HA what hands Mr.
4 objection made : the great Dupont, prtj.lce ofbis influence
: to Minsouri and
Arkansas) fhould Stockholder. ,they changed their
in Livingston, a As Slates, he thought they ought to be ab".1 I- sk
interests of the I '
banking particular for
HAVE Territory have fallen. ,
SLAVERY ADMITTED INTO rushing into it and
once. This is It But he admitted the came out Rational Republicans!
IT." going pretty strong in :Middle| I.hell. necessity of leaving: in No a
What else but mismanagement mid evil( con.sequences lie is for Florida putting on her "mailed armor Florida. I.p I them subordinate jurisdiction" word of Federalism! But an examination of

-g 1 : From" I am m/accused earliest youth of being t. friendly the present to moment slavery.-.1 I forward to could instruct resultwhen and teach:hose the who come I ," and making a demand," which, if not In West Florida we have Mr. Harden, Director p $j !"IIo of Republican acknowledges G.>vcrnment.himself "not' to think favorable this JYawn Republican,-shows its perfect

nave been the ardent friend of Luwan people, arc I I acceded to, why, u-o suppose, we must raise in the late :Magnolia Bank now galv:z-i I ImzelllUto anc Federalism. Not a
themselves so deplorably ? Gouvcrneur Morris the other '
tii. : the age; of eighteen I became a : ignorant :i an army, put on our u mailed armor," and a new existence, as the Merchants'and ; great Feer. iota of except, carrying
mond ABOLITION SOCIETY. established in Uk h- A VOICE; FR-; :THE CONVENTION: ," in 1 I I fight it out with Uncle Sam You are much Planters' Bank of Florida. al leader, speaking of the Executive Depa their Federal doctrne prhps Webtr &
; t Virginia, the object of which was to ameliorate ment of the Government, says:
the condition of slave, and procure their ihe last Star, says : I I too bellicose for us Mr. Dupont, and the pe 0- The Banks, us a matter of course, will join Co., far } most ultra old

.::4r frcedom by every legal means. My venerable "On the 3d the article pie will hardly know to what to attribute this:: t teams, and Mr. Harden is the quota of the "One interest mut be opposed tc another interest' Federal school.
t! friendJudr Galchof Clennonl countwas, SI no taken January on banks su .den change of opinion, and this new born Magnolia Bank. That Batik expects, i no vices as they exiif, mu.t be turned against each Well The election Jackson put JyWd
'IT was and read I other. I In the jrtond it
up by-sections. Mr.l: place must have
a member thIs great
Society, and has zeal. It 1
lately given i mea excites distru. t. It doubt, if it furnish its National
r j causes nppre. quota ready for se r- i it Adams
certificate that I was one." Wyatt offered the following amendment to"the pirxunal proicrh; mast have the aristocratic Rebicni.Vebter, ,
= 10th section :-" Every stockholder of hcnsion that there is something behind:, something vice, nnd prepared to go the whole hog, it will spirit( ; it must love to lord it through pride. If the Clay, the Harl r ; t3 & Co.,

i Mr. Baltzell "and a Free Banking banking' institution in .hia: eaw, snail>eII whatever not altogether right nr proper ; but meet favor from its compatriots, the UnionPensacola Rccon'l brarch U 1 b drpendcu', "e are bet Her laid down their name. They were reduced
any may be, we beg Mr. without To make dependent, it should be
and for
.1 Dupont ,
to Banks. i1 to tho miserable
: y&dem. liable, in his private capacity, for any liabilities keep cool-be not rash-remember life. It then do wron iL be aiJ. Ho be.Iieved ., of a party without
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A writer in the last Star finds fault with of the incorporation of which I he ,I the Indians on our hands. Let we have I Great blow up--among--the Baltimore fco; be hoped so. The wil, will strive-to- establish a name. The people were sick of Federalist!

Mr. Baltzdl for voting, in the Convention, in shall bo a ciocLKoMor.to thq full amount of I his I t i them, before we buckle us dispose of : Bon tec.. their domiiii, and enslave ihe re tThey -they occuited that. National Republican!
i M
: ,favor of the following resolution stock ; and no transfer of such stock shall on our mailed ar. I The always did. They always will. Tb o proper security j-they scouted that too. For they
: Patapsco Fund years
mor, as and Savings the
you .
propose enter lists with City Bfaln tlicin i i. iu form them into
I1; : The General Assembly may provide by be considered ns a release of such stoc k. I our kind Uncle. ,Trust Company, the Mechanics Saving Fund, intere-sl.." separate J were nameless, until 'Veb of the N. York

.: : <"4a\v for die institution, in this State, of r a holder until the lapse of two years after We understand that at tIe Quincy t the Chesapeake Saving Fund, all went by the .Ho contended i that the Executive should! appoint I Courier and Let us call

t 4.4,. .M&y.sleHtof Free Banking." such transfer." The ayes and noes were I Mr. D. was reminded that he had, meeting, board in two days. The Baltimore Savings the Senate, and fill up vacancies." 'ourselves Whig!!! Under the inspiration
this not very "lie did n>l hesitate to that louden and fishes & Biddle's
required upon amendment, and ..L rr. since either Institution saved itself nay 53,00 breeches
The writer for by keeping its
remarks "A which or introduced doorsclosed pket
: system a proposition must britte the demagogue They niUfcl made I of
Balttell toted in the negative! I bt 1V&igs-and Wkigs
*'well: nigh ruined the great State ofN. York, in the Legislative Council to divide In expect higher office under the General lhan: under thougt b.

J .*by its wildness and rascality-a system Here the gentleman had n fair opportuni. I the Territory ; and he was asked how he re. At the last session of the Maryland Legis the Slate Governments. A Scuate for I life came.Vhat

." which permits any man to bank on his own iv to show his patriotism ; h.) was a abc k. concilcd that wilh his present zeal for a State l lature, a bill was passed in the lower branch, would bo a noble bait." has become of the principles of Federalism
41 holder at that time in the Union Bank, I but Government where the Democrats "State attachments and s'atc importance, have and National which
?? He had
,hook without aKy of
the wholesome was asked if such a a majority, restrict. I"l Ihe bon Republicai
measure crn of this counlrv.V anni hi-
strictions of law ; to shave who whom re.he was not willing-as evidenced by his vote, J would not necessarily retard the time l ing and regulating these concerns, or jrre. II I late, but we may perhaps take out c the ca.n.t teeth of i tbeICI the people repudiated clecos o Mr.

."jpieases, and cheat whom he can." -to make himself liable! in his private (::a-1! when a population sufficient for the formation tenting them, we are not sure which. The penis.." Jefferson and Gen. Jackson Ar they ex-

If Why do not persons, before they pacity, for any liabilities of the in corporation ; of a State would be in the divided portions of bill went to the Senatewhcre it was rejected. These were the principles, as recorded by t tinctl The thing is socially and politically
presume to the full amount of his i i
stock T The
Lthe impossible.
Territory 7 Ercry"hig ruled against the bill and Mr. Madison, on which the two opposing principles must
before the crery I
J come public to instruct it, learn truth is, he was then legislating for his own Here was a poser. Here was a dilemma, Democrat toted in favor of it It is thus tempted the organization of the Government.' exist, and continue to exi as long a society
something about what they intend lo write interests, and was not before the that and
people, so. and how t the Government .
to deluded
of people
get out it, was the question. are and swindled. I was on "wealth,on the "aristocratic spirit."
We have seldom seen a more exhibition :iciting their votes!! to him
give in
gross a seat And how do
our readers think he did attempt Bunker 11111 Procession. The Democrats took another vie\Y of t the What position, we would ask our readers,
i than "
in the
() ignorance aOO\'e-so gross> Congress. Tempora mutantur, etc. lo get out of it ? If does the Democratic
subject. Mr. Madison now hold? They
every man, woman and We are where' gives us that also: party
lhat finds we always hare been. '
1 one a difficulty in believing that tit We readers
beg our in
to to this. Its the country was to until po-'scss the same doctrines, and the same
hr fg not assumed. guess A flag was born in the "George Mt on"Argued strongly for an election
$ The writer i another instance of the case where all the day, they would not ,guess: it. It was thus: procession by thcosloc.iam of the larger branch by the people. was to be principles, as have been avowed by the Jet

of Free would seem to assume that a words are true, yet a falsehood is told. It js' lie said that it was better to get half a loaf ; ;, with the above inscription nnrk-: the grand depository ofthc, Dororatic I principle! of fersonian Democratic Republicans, from the

system"without Banking" must necessarily be true that Mr. Baltzell voted against the ;; than no bread ; and he thought that Congress ed on it. A circumstance occurred duiing the Government." "We ought to attend to the time of Jefcrn.Vhat position do the
restriction Who can really I[be a. be the right. of every d.11 of tha people." Every selfishmotive
might unwilling to admit the whole Terri- procrss.on: which thowed! the Whigs principles they
mendrrcnt but ? Not because is' meaning ; d pro-
4 .so stupid as not to know that: in establishing ; as ever} f'mlyatachment, ought to recommend -
: any system, the Legislature can make what i insinuated or rather asserted, that the amend.' tory as a State, but perhaps would let in a attached: to the inscription. Boston, it is BIK!) a,ly.t"0 policy 5 would provide> no feasT None! They cannot agree upon any

.1: part of it!!! known, Ins" always been Federal; less carefully for the riht and happing of the or they are aware that they are 9 distasteful
restrictions it and Fcdcml
ever ? Did ,
pleases not the m- ment increased the liability of the stockhold. That lowest thai of -
is the the
j a bright idea for a Senatorial highest order ofcilijens.' to people, that they fear publishing
terwho calls himself" A toicc from can. Republican, and llaitford tm.
the Con. ers, for it had directly the contrary effect. did"'te-is' it not ? We not his Conventionist, "He took thin occasion to repeal that notwi Ih- They dare not trustlhe people with
vention know this 7 If he did may use exact and Na'ional his solicitude a
what shading to e&labli
not, Republican and a National Government -
Instead of words but that Whig. During of their
arrogance and presumption in him to increasing the liability, it dim 171- is the substance of his ex. the he never would agree toaboliult the Stale principles.In .

t instruct the people attemptto ia7i.cdit cusc and explanation. different procession places, persons: were appointed at Governments. or render tbciii absolutely insignificant. this they act very prudently D regardsthe
to the
There in fact The article proposed to be amended bv give signal for cheer They were o ncrtuMsy .the Genera success of their party but where
was, for I th
no necessity the in. THE ELECTION. ing. In State street the word wasTHUEE Government, and 'he would careful I ilo -
troduction of the resolution. Its Mr. Wyatt was to this effect b equally, honesty of itt They electioneer in one place
adoption : The CHEEKS FOR preserve them.
.. ., / news from all parts of the Territory THE OLD FEDERAL
I' for
rr- .&lien pt)t\ l wootmnnnd'rirf IY b ng-ro' .. C"ilLLI-1- ." -Ir uh..n: nn ne L of ismnst cheering. In tho East thu Baukltes PARTY, 0 I' )1.\Q .\Clnl &TT".1 .Daring fr! his primiry object-for the polar Harrison, as being opposed to a
p.- it from the nature of its charter is committed, or cannot it icatfollowed by thehartictt *t r o bU political OO'UJQ-bw prm-rwiion:I o; National Bank and ,m anolher.as being b
very unless even start _
things, the a Senatorial cheering dur. the
of the
when is ticket. lie
tt. dissolved The riht hdd it favor
.constitution should contain or expires, shall be in. ing the day!! the pople. as an esanti&1 of it. In one olace.. he is represented
; an express prohi. people are BO as very & of civil liKj rtv tk.i
1'IduallyJOI and indignant at the frauds & put >' as Jener&onian and he baa
tlr. liable decen-- Republican,
severally yet
bit ion of it. The for officers of
Legislative Council r .u. lions ] State,and particularly I
can ine oi all put upon tliemfrom time time Mr. Editor : I was the Ex
payment its ueots. to by the not a little incredulousat should at fixed ultra Federal Coosolida.
DOW institute .CUllf period*, return endorVeber's
a System of Free thai
and although! it Banking ; I It will thus be seen that under the of mismanaged and corrupt Banking institutions the charge madeir your paper, against from which they were at first taken." t DU 8 tre principles oldie Constitution.
wondrous amend.
may seem : Messrs.
; strange I Territory, that they are determined F. Duviil and Bannermnn' of Mr. WiLson said: "Ho wished ( in The
to vigor the nominated
Mr.'BaltzelPs voting Convention that
jto the Voice ment, or
from the Convention do liability as a stockholder mark their for Government, but he Hamsor
we i sense of their conduct by a to flog soldiers in service, ( diso wished that vigorous author! him
sending or said make
Assure him, they can whatever restriction would be lessened. Under it to the Council ly to flow from the inexpedient.they o
put he would be i few or no-ie of their I bedience or other misconduct. I could immediately source of all audio .
they on it, even to l liable ** support. I nty.) The Legislature ought to be the any public declaration of .
please making them only for the most exact prciple
keep amount of his stock." ers. We see however that in the East anoth.er scarce believe it, for this horrid practice of transcript of llio whole
ten dollars ,
specie for each dollar of paper Under the article as it was he ticket i is flogging' soldiers his become mode society. is The Democratic Convention.jield at HIt
was liable for run,besides the so abhorrent to necessary only is for .
|#hey may have in circulation They may "all the debts of the bank." ic ticket. It is regular Democrat. the mind in this enlightened Ihat the people to act c collectively." i impossible more, had no fear of the kind. They pro
And started
also if this as the Division age every
they choose make them TIck. Mr. Dickinson the the and
deposite an despotic : "H doubled the principles policy
falsifying Voice from the et, and professes to run government of Europe Is abandon policy or I claim pele
amount of specie or State stocks equal to the Convention, by tion. It also simply on that ques. ing it; and ;hhall Flmida intervening into a Republican Constitution a vene party. For the rluton

,amount of paper issued. Finally : they may suppressing what it was that was to be amen. thus is composed of Anti. Bank men, the march of civilization young and retrograde in !''a ration veneration for wealth.for He had .1 ays understood that, adopted by them at the see .
showing the humanity, and
put on the banks any restriction ded, would lead one to believe extreme. weakness of the poverty virlaa wcralh") Calhouns letter in of
they that under
please. every ? by Bank party. the legislation of Messrs. Duval and jects of Republican encouragement"Mr. ob our paper to.dy.

And yet this wiseacre from the Convention' voting against the amendment, Mr. Baltzell In Middle Florida, the Democrats B.umerniitn, revive the practice I hope not. Maduou "Ctntidertd thupopular. election or Compare tbeir open avowal of principles

would have the people infer, that a power to showed himself not willing to make him ceed in but will sue. ..1 I am a (Cnlher, And the id*!n of a public one branch of the Legislature, aa essential to ever and policy with the concealment and
establish every county one. In flng.gmg plan of fiee en
( a system of Free Banking, excludedthe self liable. to tho full amount of his stock." by a small majority ; in Hamilton Madison. i to a child who, in the burst of youthful govciumenl"Here of the larlnr CnventonVe! (et -

power to: place restrictions, or rules: or No further and Jeflfer.son patriotism: had pullanlly ventured his then, was a line distinctly drawn fidont. one adopted
colnmcnt need by a in life fur reluns
bo largo one
regulations, for its eXflrc It is insult made to show proportion to the his The parties divided and
8e. the
an could
the utter"falsehood' number of votes. Jefferson country, who, in the heat of blood, or two parties have got a majority Har
the will :
to the give least
community to think such nonsense can charge. That it 200 majority. In Leon fiom want of: consideration, had committed cntue.1 exist from that day to this, and Convention in favor of it
has been we arr certain
not made
impose on individual in it. wilfully and until
any deliberately, ecu. In Gad den the Bank some military fault, i. too much. How wi one or.the other obtains a
But the New York Free Banking System! knowing it to be false, can only have happen. ticket will pro- could a fond inothor, bear such complete ascendancy. OCr The opponents of the Administration
ably succeed. Our
'Jt has,, says this feeble voice from the Con. j ed in the case that the. writer was ignorant ciently active party in the have not been Buffi tender sister listen to the tale of a a brother's scene; M The Constitution was fore and the will not call in question the truth of what Mr.
rentioo, none 01 the wholesome restrictions I of the substance of tho article contest ; they let degradation It is painful think Federalists, thinking thot'tho of the ADAMS .
i pf J Iaw.w It !J intended to be ho Bunkite.* gel ahead of them. Too to oil il.! If Government power may say in regard to the Pt
M scarcely possible that tho amended. If he knew what was the of the influential many our statute book be polluted by such a low,'in their was to woakimmedialy commenced Let them read the following extract J
object men

IV- be writer writes.can Imo Does? any he thing know about that that.of Mr. what I I of the amendment, ,it is impossible that b6 with the -Banks, which, are ha directly* given connected the Bank hftHven's Whatever name I might, let think the otherwise blot he of removed.the forming a union measures of the Government to strengthen it the by I(te from John Quincy Adams, dae Qotncy

Clay J could beso'tupid ns not to see that the pas. pnrty It strong foothold then- The people, who voted for-such pentlenvn aristocracy, the Money Power,'and seeing the I October 27, 1838, to a
declared in the that n lawyet (hat appnt
win vole
-' ganatf, the principle on sage of the amendment diminished the liabilu doubt not, will 10011 seo' things as they .nlone would prevent ; them I efet produced in England by the union of I to inform him of his nomination a
which my supporting
that systern l i. founded. wu the "great.etfieneil !!, jty of the stockholders. Ho could not but elsewhere.ri', and will respond*to their fellow. citizen* fir the Council.! That vote alone ascandidates I ermentwith the Bank money power 4 date to the 26th Congress : .

ditcovery ofike age." Mr.Cluy: I I ,see that the one made the stockholder liable In West shown they can have no proper sympathy and the funding system, I'thev immediately I, _".I belicwit important that the inhabitants

1 _auc.borittOllpt..#.&. .1.. certainly_ to go for something .I' for 6' all the debt." and the. other (the n.mendroent i .ulrti..I.t'.1.. s"*_.II.mllt/OI'Florida*...__.._,u.wo have .nol received. with the feelings of the community.! I tionul brouirht Bank forward, and their the nrnnortmn ol the 12th Congressional Disi.r: 2'sachusetta
- VI.,1QrJU : t'xC'cpf} .mat me Ami- Funding 'AI during
y-- p'lnk : made hitn liable' for Bank ticket will A rtJLNTKR. Sit-e' should be tat
) only the "a. sneered in Jackson and National debt was
The tyOtm! oVnogucid, by lop the'! The U.S. Bank pronounced : the 26th (the last), the l43 sys-
*t wrjter jn mount of hi. stock." Washington. In 'ranklinrthe North rn in Bills & Post Notes. blessing, and the whole Cg the
Star j mouey power of the tern of of
wtf soppo d |a ihs New York Le ;.. fluence ann that of The United States Bank haa sued Adit
We wish the editor of the Star would ex. Columbus and New been? on : country was arrayed against the Democracy Government

:latofip by (o ptrtM., *xc ptiflj looN 'ira.eMtfWtW erciM some sort of a supervisory power over York speculator' conjoined with that of the one million eight hundred and ffty even defende and sppre by Jefferson, Madi.! neliL ort&i, domestic,pr t,
Life & w
vkh chI ', thousand dollars fog a.
may pouibly c.
MOM control the eleo her bills l and In
already ,
: his correspondents and not let them poet notes. M, TBT $
us t tion.
put to Some AS
!" I', TIM oppsd Jc k l"N k di n,1 I the trouble! of eipoiing their falsehoods. certaiaof of our friends are, however, Judment against her, and twelve per cent in. A National Bank, and a National Debt, STRENGTHE'4: PEBPETATB
the the
carrying demacrutic candidates.- terest allowed.: The Bank baa appealed. was cry of one side No Bank! no Debt!I'

.. ici Funding System! was the cry of,the other. "tht RG." l8rIUTIONS.



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unanimously "better -
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dopted c.
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expressive ef ihe feelings of the THE' tiwm M W I ." "i07 .
Church *Eo o'1ft
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the sadden *,. &c. toLe. ". 'r( _
death of the Us elate .c.o81 UAI ItAat
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We la ,a 1 "aegre ha1s&iI1..t _
are assembled to exercise the DranlJand Cip -fvra, hana.1& Day hii sold "'.
mournful at i. Wd.f tU
lege privi. Boofci,.Intake, Book Ti. ou.1icJ. t.D or'FJ.rWa..y.
mingling ..Beeotdt
together our .sorrows, and Receipt Book,, >7wtf : r and ..: OP1'WoHUNDlIRn
offering Bank fool M w ;; EtW
oar sympathies U Booiv ota ,,Bill Booh and : m
I our sister chorea -payable and nol SU. .DOLLARS'tad '
Quincy for .
the 11 a
death ,Metaoraatloa B ,
of olu
their beloved ,&.c., &c. by' land ia '
Jjr Ric pastor the Rev. Joan I .: SCHOOL any F r dsDmy loVeaft ttatoflalia ,-..it-- -
> p
pw4 Three AngeJl'e School : <..or.pi. 1 :.*'bbek petwxCw 3 '*'t'a1l be I
yean have Dot Classics;eerie No*. 1 to Snsitb'i ry, wtho, :
I gone by, since this sumArit hmetic and I mtjJ oak aadaaderw found aJiel or abett! 4V.r ia.u7'iiWa7; 'U,
__ 10 plar/the disciple furnace of Christ! after being severely tried I phI and Atlas Grammar WiHardV, W ocIbrido'* Geogra' gro which wth there***.. Ip**" ,1, 96.18. of r''J I'.ti n& ttoJarfiartiaUt&taftli)... .
domestic affliction, and rendered I Olney's Geoffrapby; and AUae,, has been carl5T cure jens, detIds.tiOiIl *rbtebSi ., .
by disease Geograpjiy and
---- : incapable of Atlas Walker's Dictions Ian-one mik on the ,.
continuing his I .
ministerial I I I weM an Jaetfeea eTtibt.thro gbont .4c11 -
labor ry Playfair'a > -
h a colder Euclid Day's Algebra about 30 miles I
to the mild region was providentially directed Grammar Jacob's Greek ,VaIpy'" Greek bck from Ibe month- of "I the Tettiionr, atrktly carry into fU.E.ct 1M
hARD. climate of Middle Grammar.Jacob's Greek to overflow. Oae-efitb I
__ Florida. He came I Reader. subject theparcaaso act eoacaram* Pairob ta,pr vd eraary,11th,
= IPR among us an entire stranger eoafflicted with bron. Book Adam's Latin Grammar.Na onal Spelling r money to be paid ia cash,an the hlane I i 18331 dan Mayors It.4aXIt5M4It1be1h M1!

j .:- diUj, that be bad hardly powers of speech for or. Slat* Elementary Pencil Spelling Book Copy Books,. IA aye equal anna huitalinesu l bus of Cooatil, un4.tker.fflcenusrtaIaIgtoIw

__ __ dinaiy conversation, and with faint hopes of eve *, Cypbitrin? Books, fa ,'Ifc. wi Lk.for the prch.money ties Townaad.Village ia I Tettkafj ara tborted S
again resuming his labors in the sacred desk. Hu STATIONARY : pree. For faru apply to C. U vigitaac aad etrictaeea io the enfote.nt .
dson's -
______________________ We need not record the rapidity with which he p Writing ,and Bailer's, Ames' and Hubbard's beat S.Sibl,, :aqr.,Taab.ee. or t th aabribr at ae of their Police -
-: : : -- became extensive/) known and beloved! especially and Letter Paper ; Envelope Drafting SI.AurU'line.-ifby mail, postage I entreat the fobabfoaU nol to Jet their

among the followers of Christ; nor how sincere Post and Wrapping-Paper; Folio Post Commercial 1 ALE WATSON. homea.lttltl'u. tbemevkee coembtalji tf.assist

LOG CABINS AND HARD CIDER.Our were the prayers of his brethren that he might be scription Packet of Post Viper and every other de wptember 26. 1840 9 each other in tb.defaic*of Ueir eulcmeata.
prcdily restored to the work of winning wools to Blank] Paper; Maynard & Noyes'p. A Block Huufa should bc.cooeuactod ia
WalkJen's B. avery
Heaven for which ho ,Reeves & Kent's BUck Inks Steven's .. GARBL 4 CO. neighborhood and booaa
; UM.
ardently (
have above a panted. Within a Blue every apes frontier
readers Ink
vignette explanatory of the great Whig argument I few months, his disease beg all to yield under the Kmn in ,pints and quarts; Walkden'* and HAVE last received, by recent arrivals from N. or io any,other exposed situaiian sboldbepro-.
A Log Cabin Trap, baited with a barrel of whiskey How humiliating to every I II genial influence of our climate; his fervent prayers boxes. Inkstandf Ked Ink ; German Copying Ink ; Sand an extensive and seasonable assort, tecled by a picket or paJ .. _

) American, ought it to be, to see one of the great parties of the I and hcrt stirring exhortations were again heard iu I box es, File Wafer cups, Pounce and (ounce melt of GOODS among which are a large invoice Every ciiaeo,whether at homier abroad xboalij
country, thus the public assembly and in Presses Black Sand Wafers of all co of Boots & all of which be prepared at all limes to .'
the baser sensual of ; less than a twclre, lors Shoes they are now repel be atucie of tbo
passions the
appealing to people-and calling; on them to I nonth be was enabled with regularity to returns II toria sizes. Seating Wax ; Prince Albert, Vic opening for ihe of the public. ene my. for none can tell when or where the Seminole .

revrl in the delights of hard cider, mm and whiskey. his beloved work ef proclaiming the crors of Christ, and Common Steel Pens ; Letter Stamps, Tallahassee, Suet 26 2t 9 Indiana may appear. ,

Have the Whigs made a just calculation of the moral of the which ended only with life. Penknives, Desk knives India Rubber &c. &. Dissolution or Scattered and at a distaaco from each other u.
people of the The Copartnership.rBlHE .
t spiritual destitution Florida ALIOBlank. many of the dwelling*of oar citizen ft is im-
United States ? They are pouring out a flood of Rum and tI soul with filled hit pious: I Bill Paper, Dills : Copartnership heretofore exlslin? under are,
Whiskey, from one grief, and so absorbed his thoughts and I Lading, Notes of hand Es:. JL: the and firm po iblo that the Government of the United State
cud of the union to the other, proclaiming to the unfortunate, Oh ye who love! prayers that ho felt constrained to sever the ties of chance lug Card.Draft, Mmic Paper, Blotting Paper Play day dissolved style by mutual of Fr ncu&. Hart, ja this! or that ol the Territory,can afford adequate pro;

ram and whiskey come to our standard and drink fill-come home and kindred and to leave his little orphan ] Ritchie's patent Copying Preu with corleot.W&I.. H. Lect ion to alL Oar'people'lDalt rely' ranch upon
your and guzzle at L I child for app aratus complete. FANCIS. fearless
a hearts
season.and devote himself ,and veil eharjjed aaJ iagood
will and pleasure. All we ask to his Master's LEVI upon guns
your m payment is, your vote to perpetuate the Bank work here until it might pleaso the Lord of tho -- Sept. J? 1840. order. Il ia notorious ihat UM detanaiaed '
rower over the Legislation ol the liarvest, to send The Book Talaha resistance of
country. more laborers. His location al bUlilel will be continued in future a single maa lad oAea pat man/ In,
.. u__ duincy did nol diminish hi. sympathies,or prevent Is also' continued, where all kinds of work can be lam II. 9 by \iI. dia nstoflight. *- ; .
DEPRECIATION) "OF UNION BILLS. i Questions his labors from being often extended to destitute done aa'expeditiously as heretofore. Blank Work, FrcDc. sep 2 Finally,1 call upon the peoplesf Florida to.Vber-
to be seriously thought" churches, and neighborhoods Ihroighoul Middle of all description., made to order and ruled to Tin Ware Manufactory. isb among themselves thove yaipatbies which aaiuraUy -'
We have never seen any thing more pre- nnd answered by every Voter in Florida, and even to adjacent portions of the \Vest. pattern suitable far Bank, Public Offices. Merchants any. TiE Subscriber continues toca.ry on the aboy a flow from a common enflertag. ,.

4 ponerous than the attempt made by the Ban!k Florida. 11 was our happiness often to hear him from the' and others. Deed Record and Docket, in all its branches, and keeps con I ark them to defend tbemeelve,and.to help aadsupport
sac red desk when Boo ks, and all other Blank Book. stanily on hand a geerla.ortmnt. which be offera :. each and
the Are or dispensing the feast can be obtained other to lend their best aid (or
L party lo charge on Democrats the deprc. you a Republican, and a fiiend to the table of the Lord. Hislast sermon was holy preached al at thnft notice ruled and bound in any style requited a wholesale or retail to suit purchaser furtherance of iht efforts made by the United Slate

nation of the Union bills. They talked about equal rights and equal privileges for those from our own pulpit only a few days before his I ; and warranted equal to Northern or any Sep 26 9 WM. H. FRANCIS int tbeir behalf. '. ,

; the Hank so much it is said with thi! e blessings for which our patriot rathere fought death when the fital disease had already tllJuon hold I other manufaciuir. Particular attention paid to Monroe ,plrret. Given under my band at tbe City of 64
of his body, although the ardor of his soul for rebindin old Book*. New.papers. hgazineltI'l1m. Strayed or Stolen, Augustine East Florida, lhia.24th'
:: utmost gravity that the New Yorkers woW)(ri and bled; for laws operating cqiinlly on the : salvation of perishing sinners, and the fervency of I plil ots, Mu*
not take the bills withont a great discount rich and poor, making no distinctions in fa"orI I his breathed prayers for poor,destitute and neglected Florida, I binding, or to Iratch patterns. six. years old, fourteen ROBERTaAYMONDRflD,- -
forth in all their. wonted f.r* and The subscriber, thankful for the patronage he I hands high branded on the left shoulder with Governor'of Florid -.-
Bow did happen that the bills of the LiftS e of either, and more especially in favor of the nei s. Who that heard him can forget that occario bright*L I' I has heretofore received, hopes by a utri'l attention letter O, black mane and tail. The said horse Ibe formcIy By the Governor '

ura :Trust Bank were not at the same depreciation rich ? and rd,so few of the world were present to listen to. his business,to meet a continuance of the same. belonged to Mr. W. Taylor. A libra reward J. McCAMTt,Secretary Florida. 7

t and bow does it happen that they arcnor D Do you or do you not, approve of the to these great messages personal and sacrifice prayers of love, delivered el Tallahassee. 3. 18..J0 P. A. HA.YW to AltD. horse wi given for the delivery. sid EngIneering nnd Snrveytay,
some even this W. &. H. KIN DON, Subscriber
at the same rate T i The answer to this laws I passed by the Council, by which the afterwards ek and charitable disciple of Christ was gentle forced:, Present Mail Arrangement._ le.t 26 9 Jeflcr!on atrer I.Tallahassee.NOTICE. THE of Mills and respectfully Plantation acquaints, and the the eilizea owa.'

: will explain the whole matter and will satisfy obligolions of the people of th-j Territory, to with the In ny.\Vhat is the Lord about to do of Florida at large, that he purposes t. --appreciate
people Tallahassee
any candid mind that the talk of the Democrats the amount of three millions nine hundred rcf'iso oven to hear the word of, Gnd for they" obstinalo- Northern Mail, : TAKEN up and tolled before W. C. Campbell I, nil sole attention to the above business. He is'
thousand Hut if like his Due Sundays,Tuesday& Friday, at 7 P. M. of the Peace for the County of ready to undertake tbe completion of all kinds ciavations
has had nothing to do with it. dollars, have been given to a few l pisrd of man,' he Master, he was 'rejected and dei,. Departs Mondays, Wednesdays,& Leon, on the 2ht day or August, 10-11, \>j 1... for ebnkBiePtfaroad* aDd bridgesjaa -
The Life & Trust redeemed its bills by individualholding) bank chdtrtC'rli. and nl his of was MMD taken home, to receive Saturdays, at 3 A. M. Barefoot residing in the second or Tallahassee moderate to nppiy'-yil ?_-
V crown of the
profiles .
glory among the saints above. Li Closes Diitncl; of said levels! and contour of work appertaining
previous evenings, at 9 I'. M. County, a small chestnut Sorrel
.rdraft.* on the North at some 3 or 4 per cenl t ready,rich, to make them richer, enabling the full confidence of Christain faith, we can rejoice St. Marks Mail Horse, aged about nine years, with small saddle t) these sciences ; and esuraates-of the ex.
that .
premium. Of course its bills and ccrtifi- thrm to riot in wealth and extravagance: on onr brother has exchanged a world nfuilil.end Due : marks and a small blaze in his face, valued at fifty penses attending their completion if required -
sorrow, and pain for the unshakable TucdayThurftday&Saturdayal 7 P. M. common ditching not even Long aperieece. _
: joys of Ilea Jul an by E. I. G. Tillinghast, S. N. Daniel and exempted.
tales of deposite would fetch a fair price i in the credit of the Territory while the pouman \rtn. Yet, with entire resignation to the will of Departs same; day. at 5 A. 31. Ja a. Barry, sworn appraisers-wliich said Horse, if with iovsriabie success and approbation will _

Sew York and elsewhere. They were depreciated has to earn his livelihood by the labor of I God we can mourn over this severe bereavement Clos.es previous evenings, at 9 P. M. not claimed within the time prescribed by law. no dou bt insure confidence bola parties. OfSc :
I in the loss of so faithful and up slain iu the old Court House. _--
e hid i hands and exemplary a minister Mail: will l be advertised and sold to the of
but little in comparison with the then, perhaps, be taxed to : from the church agreeably act g2
pi), at large, and of a pastor so full of f Due Mondays, at 12 M. the Lgilliye Council in such cane made ad oro- -aUf JOHN M. IRWIN.
tills of the Union Bank. If the latter could for the money borrowed for his wealthy affection and care for thc flock, under his prcoha r Departs same day, at 2 P. M. vid D.McRAKNY.CIerk.: NOTICE.-- I

t have so mann ged its affairs that it could have neighbor charge his afflicted-while rclation.we deeply, and sympathise in the grief of Closes! al 1 II P. M. Sep3,1840. 2m C ByW.C.Caitriru.D. C:, DURING my absence from tho Territory,Col. .:

redeemed bills the Did give the daughter of his commend the orphan Bunker Hill Mail : Flour, Pork and Bacon. F. Wilson is my authorised Attorney.
Us at same rate, (then the you auihoiily to LegislativeCouncil lo be a father earthly lo the love to Him who has proinised Due Monday, at 6 P. M. 5 FLOUR in fact. A. R.STEPHENS.

bills of the Union Bank would have beentnrthas to appropriate your credit, and tin- We therefore adopt the futht-rlesj.following Departs Tuesdays, at 5 A. M. 2 bbls PRIME PORK Tallahassee. Aug% '$$7, 1B40. 4. -

muclAs those of the Life & Trust. means of the public to private uses, and toincrease 1. /too/red. Thai it becomes 1'rcsbytcriacs resolutions in I Closes previous evenings at 9 P. M. 3 casI SIDE Notice.

And why cojlJ not the Union Bank do this 1 i the wealth of private :individual" Florida' to humble ourselves before God, under His Thomastille Mail: Now landing finn schr. Victoria from New 0 THE' undersigned will apply six week. after
sci ere chastisement in Duo Tuesday, r ', to the Judge of the Caaxtof
removing, by death, the at 6 P. M. County
Did} leans and for sale
Because: it bad been mismanaged. you give the Council authority to only resident ordained Minister: of our denomina Depa!Is Wednesday, at 5 A.M. July 25 by EDWIN W. DORSEY L eon, for Letters of Administration on. the Estate
nut the LiTc & Trust is now on a pat or pledge jour properly and your labor, to pay tion; and that the Churches in Middle Florida I be Closes previous evenings, At 9 P. Al.al I. No. 3 Berry' R )"- Charles Brady, dec'tl. ,.

nr3rlysO, uiih th} Union Yes. and why? the debt contracted fur the benefit of a few of invitee October to unite in selling apart Saturday,the 24th Jacksonville Mail : Beckwih's' Pills. __sep4 6 ALFRED OLIVER.
next as a day of for
fas-ling; Due Tuesdays.Depart 13 A eelclnted remedy Dys- I NTIIESUPERIOaCOURTOFTHEMIDDLE
Because it suflered it* drafts to be protested rich men, in cass they mismanage the ii and prayrr. ppia. wsrnted freh and genuine. Just
at 2 P.
netolced. That/ re for
talc ,
in ..e\ York. This: put its credit down at t concerns and could not themselves pay ill the deceased, we will as wcar a token the usual of our reaped for for Closes, at 1:| P. M. July 6lh, 1840 RANDOLPH&1.WIS.by IN CHANCERY. t
mourning Tallahassee
once, as it naturally would. As long as i it t Do you tiiLik that the j pcopu! f-Inuld be thirty days. Sept. 26, 1 1840. Oliver .
oct 3 10 J. G. SEARCY P. M. TAKE NOTICE. (> *fey and James Fitch l']
3. ,
paid specie in St. Augustine, nnd paid its .laxed 30,000 a year to pay the interest. or tho Cd, Thai our Session bo requested I to rWlHE Public are hereby I ately partneriituadin.nuiderthe I t
above cautioned
cri\ftsin New York, all the talk in the world that they are bound( in honor and honesty I to convey sympathy. lo the Church expression at Quincy of our, and sorrow to the and re i: LIST I OF at LETTERS Tvllahapsce,remaining on the 1st in of the Oct Posl'Lu. JL. for three certain Prouiivxory Notes from trading, dated rm. Richards.of Besley Isaac Filch H.; EdwardC. Bassell ,I'1 _

-ould do it no harm. As soon, however as pay 500,000 the principal: of the bonds givento tat 4.ioti' of the deceased. tie r. If not taken out within! three months, the? Quo payable note as follows.llth to wit: and bert'\V. bora, partner. ) o.
Rtmlrcd, That thc-ro: proceedings be entered I will be sent to the Gcneial Post died MOV. 1839, and payable i on trading under the firm of Rich.ards _
the Pcn.-arola Office
while dead I
itfoled! bank numbers of as ctth 1st
example of the Union Bank u S on tIle records of the January 1841 interest
; Church and 1st Jan.
published in ihe tcrwipapcrs ii. Persons applying for any of licm! will please 1840 wil froU Bassell Sf Morn : Joseph CROSS BILLrewWr
and u-ns unable to pay specie, and could not t are scaiccly able! wilh industry and economy, ne of Tallahassee and Quincy, and their say advertised. One-amount Note dated$2,903 B and Lemuel Brew,tcr, lOa

n1w on tie North HI 3 or 4 per cent, nnd to support our families, and educate our children insertion requested in the -Charleston-- n.,. Observe., ) Ander'on Walker 3AitaSur Johnson Wm Siu tLc January, 1842 llth with Nov.interest 1C39, and payable on I trading as J. tf L. BrewsterDISCOVERY

lettliat 1, t drafts it had drawn be protested, .witejims&'Vnfii.-M. i ".__ r iy l 1340-amount *2, 0a from tat Jan. and Warren Keruball-in behalf] & RELier.

dfl.nr$jj it and and
Do think just Joseph
right, 2
\ '
you proper OBITUARY. --
T fairgs as snaiwronie"inThiirc -
It itself in the ._ _. JollrLe.ci,6 -- I '/ -
placed same class with the Ucion ----- -==- Alexander !/ $2,909 00.
Bnk. between mm and man, that our means Dcd; : on the 19th insL of conje tire--fever, I Dr.:;: Allen Milton C Johnson W S Which notes arc signed by the Subscriber, and tributc.&c.-ComplainAal.and .. I -

There is another good and sufficient -huuld be taken fiom us by taxation to supply BENJAMIN CCSH T u..l\a. son of Dr. John B. Tay Adams Harrison Johnson G C S D an'I. Bird; a security thereto and payable to UreliusBirge and James J.Birg e,j { -
-l lor, of this city, aged 22. Alexander Miss V Kinky Elijah Jobn G. Pellus or bearer. the consideration I for -
the f.iilure created ,'il.p. Defe 4nb.
why credit of the Union Bank fclmuld, I a by ignorance. \i
Death l and old age are natural awodationn in the Brown J B Keyser Charles C whic the above notes were given having 1
suffer during!the slit tweUe momhs :-Theexhibit fraud, extravagance, or mismanage.inent? human mind; nor do we grieve bitterly and ion g, Braden Dr J A Luviiia J II 2 pay the same or any p.irt fiie.1.i ut;i IT appearing to the Judge by af&davit that the

made: by tbe Hank ii.-e'f. A corn Arc you willing that Bank Stockholders! wh er. thr man of silver locks drops JMto tile gray C Briant Daniel Lloyd Nicholas! co by law. THOS. SMITH.Monticeilo d Urelius Dirge and James Birge defen.

|parillon of the state and condition of the for we have been anticipating the event; and beside', Bullock Capt F. D 4 Lively LukoLavender Jefferson Co..Sept. 19th, 1840. ants above named are residents without the Territory
I should in addition the other of Florida but within the
to advantagesthey ; we feel that such has Itogert James R Robert 8 United States; It
a had bin
Bank one that butup
January; 1, 1639 and that of I day; 41A in considered and ordered that
April, the said defendants
both of Bulch! Lion Lsavill R ,
t possess over their: fellow citizens have joy and sorrow, have iWn full and Judge2 BARGAIN !
1540 was enough to milk; a New York met I that he has nothing to hope, and little else live Bryan ThosBlatkbcrn Murliii John L or P ((4 ror- Urelins Birge and James J. Kirge; do appear and,
chant or a U'all street broker look about him. I Mieir property mortgnged to the bank; free for; do yielded to death as the ripe fruit to lo the ,, Major C E eign letter) I WIL. SELL A BARGAIN. in the TRACT: answer tle said complainants bill of complaint.

It will' he recollected that the Bank drew frota execution; whilst your house, corn and hands of the gatherer,-and all is well. b ondjanlcaS My rick Ca pi John lh But Bulger Lieut James McCanU 2
in( April, 1639 drafts to a ccntidcrablc Bmourit cotton can be taken for debt, their land and when youth i ill summoned away, and the cold Josph 4 of TaUal.aS in the County of adjoining be taken pro eonfato. It i ill further ordered tbat *
Nathan ,
Bailey ; Mann L
to receive Wm
ave the frame Capt
gr opms that but yesterday the Lands of Gco. E. Dennis this ordor be "
a large amount of which Juo D. pnbhfthed'in one of the
\\rre pro. negrocf cannot be touched by the Sheriff was young, active,and full of hope, how different Barrett Thos Miller Mrs S E newspapers
Paiish and others
levied Such ; containing of rich oak printed published at Tdllabassee the District
an occurrence ns that, connected I. Canyou votu for. men who sire for perpetuating I the *sensations produced! and what a painuir3j I Jennet James McVoy Daniel and hickory, and hammock !IandMwo aforesaid, once a week for Joar months.
with the fact tint tbe Piesident of the' and nnprcsfive let-son is taught us, of the! Bloxfwm 2 Munroe George acres of huodredt'ent1.6v Dated 3Ist '. "'
which arc day D.
iiwtitulion had lately returned from : this state cHli'ings; who aie Lrotight fra il 1 U-IJUIP by hicu we hold our exislencc. Bibcock Mist Mary Moor Christopher cultivation. A of nndcr ofAugust.A. I84O. -
making never stream water raas ALFRED BALCH. --
i wle to a Urge amount ol( Territorial bond forward and suppoucd by those who .ihii ,(. uWe are as clouds that veil the midnight moon; Brae Bembry y Mr Bil.'ings! M McCaleb Alexander through this tract of failing. The BUILDINGS on Judge of the District Middle Florida.

ID Europe, looked queer ; undo of course in 1 by these abuses of legislation; who arc intended Streaking How re'lItlefAlytheY'Fce the! darkncu and leamand B alut:1I1'1I08 4 Miller Morgan JohnMcCormirk Peter 2 thr premises I are, a comfortable, Dwelling House Tes-l-R. WELuoap. Clerk. '7Sep 12_
radiantly!-yet I Houses, and Cribs Gin
a Huu
I short lim-, the credit of the B-ink: began I to t to be used by thi banks ar.d their Night clfit-cs round, and they are }oU ( qUiycr'1 BillingKby James ABaanrrnian Dr Chas I 2 Cotton Gin and Screw. With ro Land will Se.be ELECTION KOTJCE.

jet rwse and wor" This, was natural. It friends, to prevent nn) reform or amendatioti Young Taylor had just stepped forth upon I I Chairs B SChipstead Chas Maxwell McMillon Thomas Dr Robert sold, fiflj-MJven .bare.of Union Bank Stock, anda NOTICE is hereby given that an section for
followed an of verdjrt lewu of life. The < 3 small lot Negroes wanled. of the House of Representatives
a matter course. sky above hi n was clear The terms
of f the system; who arc, some of them, dire!t. Henry McKinne David wi of the Council
Legislative of the
The exhibit( the Uink, 1 -the air around him balinny-the prospect before Cohron be libra-applj lo the Subscriber, on the pre Territory of Flo.
January 1839 James
lie,'ed thus : I ly and largely interested in forcing on the him bright! and hopeful; life, with him, was in the roweD!! H II2 Massey Maher W.nMacDanald Daniel miss LUKE G. LAMB rida for Lbs County of Leon, and for four member*

country a depiecialcd curenC'y'ho; aesntt full flow of iu spring tide. No cloud had arisen I" Carter James W Win Sl't 19th, 1840.ft. 8 I6l. of the Senate for the Middlo District will beheld .
Liabilities: upon his hop&; but that which A-ii.BhiLsoL Rytti.iEt e n the 'second Monday of October nut eoBaiag,
kindly star ever I I ) WHISKEY,
Depoites that the of the people i il4 I'h.dg.el. to I Carpenter Richard Nicks James R the 12th the .
$553,000 property glitters upon the robe of earliest morning, w 'u U for sale by being day, at following place in said
uI CadyCaptA4Carmtck&'aml Newroin D MI LER&
Circulation 551,000 pay the interest and principal of these I'.ai ith shining benignantly upon his pathway. Bounding ,' W Neighbours James con, 18th J80. ROWLE. County,under the superintendaaee of following.

-- $1,104,000 Bonds given to the Banks; and who must, as Hlong in his the youth rosy full and to musical enjoyment way of trod the by each and one :' Campbell Win C Nicoll Henry 2 Charge* of the Adelpbi Hotel, inspectors 1st. In S election.,. Marks, at tho. bouse of McGill & Mid.- .

heavy item, to be sure; but they l had,to a matter of course if culled on to pay vote rushing on the future with a keenness appetite present, to : Carr Wm A Orinans Miss lichen 2 i Setb. 1, 1840 dlcton In,poctuu.N athaAiel Hamlin P.H. ..ailDand -

Wit; for taxing the people to pay these ,bonds! devour its varied an4 wild pleasure,he was suddenly 1 Cletnmons Greenberry Oliver Win C Hoard and y day, $2 5fDinner. (> A. M. Alexander! .'. -

Cash balance, in specie. $104,750 Let the people coolly and deliberately think stricken down even as falletli the young roe oftho I I Cox Coleman Gtorge Miss OEcerCommanding Co. I 00 2. At* Cuthbert's Store. Shell Point; Inspectors,
forest before the unerring aim of the hunter! t Lucy II A 6th Infantry S uppcr| 50Dreakfnet Henry Dnrdcn, A.T. Gavin and.H. H. Walker.' .
Notes of other banks 67,450 on these *things, and vote arccrdingly.We Carter Miss "
Amelia PridjrelAli ,
He had s 75 3. In Tallahassee at the (late auction 'oom ofR.LIIIJIS114IUI11 .
Bills of -.. -- .. -. -- just entered upon hue practice of his useful }; Carter Ellis Tatter air Elizabeth _
do exchange maturing 104,390 rr are authonicd to announce WILLIAM l and honorable professions,and hid fair to rise to CritUnden DrllECollins Pay son Mil Catharine i a lodgin1..,.IJu..i3Zuii" ou-ou per mull lu. J.lltt !,'if ffnauiCppe rzuu.4yvT_ -
under protest, securities D. MOSELEY Esq. and M.jor.'OIIN L. TAYLOR eminence; hill talents were superb;his atl.tin menlsexcellent John B Parks David by.C.I the qr. W 00 *. -

dqwmited in bank, 345,331 as the Democratic candidates to reprcsS-enl, and his earthly prospects most flattering Caldwell'John Pybell MrPatterson Hoard \ithoul Lodging 45 0 4. At George Young'; Inspectors,Geo. Young,.. ..

Territorial; bond* disposed of by the county of Jeffirrfcon in the next Legislative lie was genrrajly known, and as universally beloved. -. I Cliapman Thoc R Dr ,. 'I by the qr. 35 Lionel Fletcher and George Monroe.

John G. Gamble 547,000 Council. 1ulyl. Cheerful in disposition, ready in conversation Clerk or Secretary of Paulin Lewis Children and Colored servant., halfpii-e; while 5. At Parish's Store;InspoctorTheodore Mood
._ Miller sad Kidder M.
and mirthful and pleasant in companionship' Florida Council Putuam J G 'scrrantr; ful price. bull, Humphrey D. :
Claims or the U. States, good of BUD Q.VA areas.Tallahas he became the favorite every circle! and endeared Dearborn t Major G Patterson John C Morse each meal, $0 5 6. At Minchin's Store near Reuben Hinnfogs; "

Course, 14C 00 ee, September 29, 1840. to him large cumber of acquaintances. Duval Saml H Pearce P ilip T by the day, I 0 per day IOlpector..CapLJolepb l B. Jobanoo, J, F. TraWe

p. -- REGIMENT ORDERS. Heavy indeed has Iho hand of affliction fallen Daniel James 0 Q Matter Furl Fanning .I'1 the month, 2 pr mm ith. and Reuben Manning. ".
$1,182,921 The Commanding Officers of Companies composing upon his devoted parent tnd sister! Who shall Donaldson J J H awls Mrs Martha J CanUe..ea'I, 3? 1-3 Given under my hand at Tallahassee the tbirdNOTICE.

Now the Fevonth Regiment of Florida Militia stay the torrent of their grief, or heal their wounds, Edwin W Roberts Hiram Fire single, 5 day of September.1840.
here was something to keep up the will cause their several) commands to assemble at inflicted afresh by the king of terrors? Let their Dorsey DevinsJSDulin 3' Recce JRoberts by the month 10 pcrroonlb.Genllemen : M. GIBSON. Jadce.

'edit of the Bank. Let us see how things the usual place of parade of their Companies, on consolation be, that a dutiful son, and an afieclior.- Willis Nathaniel will be charged iu all cases by the .

lokedii April 1840.Immediate Saturday. the leutli day of October next, at one a te brother descended to the tomb, leaving no stain D lonbult Mr Ryan Joseph D day, unless they stipulate for a longer period. Tbe Inspectors of Elections will
Liabilities& o'clock P. M. for drill, trined and equipped aCl.ord.inr or blemUh upon his character. Dewey Joel Reid Gov R R 26Vaw.orrJoirn Aecoun's are expected to bo Milled at the Mid ol find the law now in force relating to:Jibe ..' .,. .

Depoll teJII to law, for) military duty. Commanders of Bat it were vain to write or speak. AlaiJ our Redman M D every month._7_sep J 1 cation of YOtu.,in Duval Comptlaiionp g 354"

; $279,809Circulation 15 Companies will cause any vacancies which mal young friend has ceatod to be, and we are left to Douglass Mrs Eiiza Riddle J : Strayed, approved March 4. 1839. 6_, aep:*-
exist either in subalterns commissioned
or con !
mourn .
Evans Bnslns Snoll Hamlin V Subscriber the 34th June a large
Due to hanks & in Fla. to be filled on that day. and returns made He with and FRO\llh Notice. *
otbers.not 306,169 fleets was us the foil blush vigor of
Ely Dr Horace Sumpter John L2 c be formerly belonged to Mr. Mc- thos having 'claims against the Estate of ;
(Interest on Territorial; bonds, forthwith to enabla the Commander of the J.cgi- oung manhood-ihe sun creased the heavers, and F osretLewi. F Southerland Dr CaTty, of St. Marks and U believed now to b e in ALL Metealf deceased, will plea*, present -
in 'en ment to complete tie! roster( of said Regiment; and he slept to wake no more! Wm H 'I A liberal reward will bo authenticated
Payable July, 6S, I Fobes WmFftircloth that neighborhood. given them to the SubKriberoperll ,
it ;is enjoined upon Officers Companies of to "lie came like a droam in the morn of life, ; Wilson Spoond Mrs for the delivery ef said Horse .to my house in this. and all who are indebted lo saW Estate,will come.
in the requisition th's order
vigilant carrying out He fled, like a shadow before its noon." Fisher Woi Saxon Rev Henry tHiowtrl city. a P.M1 H El. forward and pay the lain.
all and dealing with them
To $1,213,033 noting delinquents as. Died, suddenly, in the Flags Settlement Mrs Foby Lawrence Miss AnaSmith '1a11ahagseeAug4 6 tf_ I 1. IIACKLEY
meet which, the Bank bad : the law dirocU, s* the necessity of a thorough organization NANCY Asia HOWE wife of Joun Howk aged 18years. Fair Jeeepb Burton : i, Agent for A. Metealf Aclll l lor.RP .
the Court ofix
demands VILLIERS In
Cotton of the Seventh Regiment the SCOTT ) County .
$75,000 Gaillard Mrs Ann A Sheaharo CharlesShurey 6,1840. 2a 6
Ccu1& energy of every officer and soldier in the Rtg.DlenLAdjutant __ Gaiilard D A G' farts, > JEFFERSON. ] -- 41'
(query specie) 8.930 Henry Berry Quarter Master Tnoman HEAD Quu.nb.TaU.hassee. Gorman John B Scott Reuben Petition lor Dower. September Term, 1 40.: Notice.ALL _

-, 83,1)30 I Livingston Fey Master J. T. Hotter, Surgeon I J. October 2d, 1840. Green Lieut Col John 3 Troiner JohnTradewell NOTICE U hereby Yen. that a petition will persons indebted to the Eabteot'( Issue

I5ow this! is certainly a very beggarly ex- S. Robinson and Surgeon's Mate I). H. A row, REGIMENT ORDERS. Graham Mrs Sarah Dr Vim as above stated for' an aflotmacoLt I. ire hereby requested to settle the sane

ibit compared with that,of J.u'y, 1. 1839 ; having ten appointed commissioned and qualified : The Seventh Regiment of Militia! under my command GerowFP Taylor Wm W dowel in the landa formerly owned by ; immediately' and all tboae.Laving 'deoaaaeU will

lad. bken in connection will bo obeyed accordingly. will assemble for inspection and review at Garner John N R Taylor' General deceased of said county; th.. said lands: being preeeat them for.U! 1enL -
with ihc L ol "
piotcst ; known and described tithe North b\lf of the South..Went LL11ACrtZY. ,,
**draftj 8HEI.MA'N.N. DANIEL Court House Square in Tallahassee, on Saturday, Hay wood Wm Thorn Seaborn .,r .
the previous summer, zpUios the Colonel of 7th Regiment rl*. Mi 'lia..:. the seventeenth day of October instant. Lighttroops Hukina Michael Thens Samuel quarter-tbe West half of tbe North East aep 5 2m .. 6 :;_ A4 '.' z.
rePrHMtion at once. It wo ld have been quarter-the West half of the North West quartertbe -'--
will be in uniform. The
** toe : NEW FALL WINTER complete irOOpid Holloman Jesse P Thornton Benjamin G East bait of abs N rtb Went quarter,and Tea Dollar*-BevnunRANAWAY ..
same,if eye', Democfat and Bank 4- GOODSala the liae will cppear in 4ark coats Huston Edward THHnghtst Mrs Ad!inc of -Toaa th.Sat.cr4b.rP _" ? '
*aig in the Territory had gone before the TH E subscribers are receiving clothes and ibo whole to be armed and equipped Herrkk Wm Ellis Veal Wm the West half of the 80atb East quarter four. North see. e.:.'T".r1riP.'Ua6' 3Qtb of So.Jo. .

uiak notary( aDd protested that it .altbe from New York and Boston their stock of ac'or41nl1o U.. The line will be formed at elev en Hill Lieut Jobn H Wilson Samuel lion thirty-six, to.DaWptWo.'ranrs .,1uC.a. old AHea( rfefro> aaaed Aladr,.,:

, L IqI Bank in FALL AND WINTER GOOD, eoosirtinjj I of o'clock. Tbe right will rest on .Adams aUeet.Commandere Hayes Miss Eliza A Wilson John and East. STONI'r. long to Cbartea Dapwit*f Qatnc'. Ho WM aired toCM -'
.d the world, and tbe best mang Bagging, ftnn t Prime Negro Cloth, Fancy' Fri mu of Companiee will report toAdju taut Hicks Wm H Wilson Samuel B S apt 153 4i AUy Ust Jaauary. by R.J.llaekby,;ctlooeref",.-
ODe -
tocA- hat its cole were'M' good ai I .Irish lAsses, 4-e. together with a. general assortment Berry for dut,. Tbe.Commander:expects every Hall Miss Elizabeth Whi i: WmWalker ; eo.atT-COlln of Jcflcrson;, ibis cky/tTfc eJMv rerf rd wift ks Hrn for po

r aad aflver, and that every body ought) tc of StsF1.. cad. Fsney Dry Goods! Alw a Officer thobne to be eaergeticio complying! Hearth HDL Miner 1 uh* 1 Taylor ) Anampeit. Returnable 4 "iebneioa'ia ::51174iT..f;UMt-Tan&ory.Uai,_ .. -

deem then such. All ibis would DOt bare general assortment of BOOT and Sitoti of various tbe foregoing order. As the .it atoa of oor section Harler Peter G :,s. >to September term..1'Smatl r3. ftItt-paid by b isg dliTere4 ta a*. .-..'f'.

: Thing; would U&ir descriptions. JAMES E.BR,00tIEkC1 0. of country at this time, 'makes It the interest of all HarrwJfieaUTJohn tWaflaceAndicuir M W.' Barrontoiu. ->Attachneot' for$ -July 15 SS, ,.Jo H.1.18Y; \ 4
natural .
taur.5 Tallahassee oct 3 JAPLOmL good citizens to be zealous ia establishing our i miR ion'Jamee- PJewcUSAt .'Walker Mm L DAmage 490:09HE .
Q w1D
according i to the! laws of trade and tia on a firm footing'it ia prceumeJ that aU Com* WbidJoa Elias T Defeodaat,and all'.other* InlerwtadTwni times pii.iaci: '

weT; and the credit of the .Union Bank 'roaoders of Companies; ,will' bo.rigid ia enforcing Jobs*") Daniel ".iWyatLWm'Daaiel take JMtk f. tbo.inatitotksa'"of the abort.rait'jatt tare* ,and iomd iaeltt L ttor'-

!atill been ju4$ wb: it ,hub cen,, 4. 0 BBLS. I'RIhIEZ4ORTJIEI1N. FLOUR. the law in every case of neglect of duly U tbey Jimenoa .Willis Joabua cbro at; and will appear, up plead tbcrett"Tauglj Fc :Sate A qo8liiy oF _
lid waat iris now ..' I 1ori1k' .1 1 will J be beld responsible. .? ?I ;10' <; .accordion to law. POPE-lc STONIi'f. stare of WM. H,
,, oct 3 JO-, /AMPS. E. BROOME: &.Co. ; 6HEIA1AN: DANIEL, 'J.G.8EAaY; PM 3 .Au' scp 11 7 III $'!* atnet.t .

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.- ', Bctrar*. sg43 = :: AL NOTICES.f : = ..FEION--OTICE TRAYED'Trr*Btr Dellanr frow.U* bscriber, CALHOUN COURSE..'. I THIS season, b/ the sabjcrjbersiand to new 1 peb le t1irL5i, vthntazy Jet&en 121e'

"- ; DD'PWE" S o'STOLI iaitant a LARGE Aannal M tbt
.f ..2' '' on : THE stf'i$4 ththhAn1rit.7u.MbrpAD8 -
' tAwcsiVi ISO u4 tail tha Calhoan Count, a Tnacday,u Id been made for the I I aeoeamedalion > .
pWcsaional to the ptopi* RREL WAGON HORSE, oralS v- < ..
FFEB srric*i rt 111.
'g IX 1.W1..ppl1 to the Bon and continue &ve $ I. ot
afterJUJ.; of fr numbeTof.viiitO'PP .
day unable 'w L1P1
1 if for Leon of,JeersaR Coual1' Office in MonUcelto, ;incllntd,to.W.white; two, atnattwark O Feba.ext the States.FirstDay IH P1LLg.
odf* .the Ckmntj,CoUrt Gelding, and maijioftountry. .
COAtt7'o'e has been for any M. i n i f the comfort .
the of William Denham by the other Ho y .
: I r store 4-C tetrr no mark rleuc T hose .bs boy
for leltere i if adMinUtratic* "PO.be Macon, mile heal.Par$500. TLee "bOl "u f.u ,puue.t UJe letton .

Jc%. 5E1hfra4Ue4YItI of MM wantr: -. 3 18. __ purchased Georgia, recently Th above, reward.I will be given i for him Second Day-* mil beats -Pars* $400. the numer. will &I { 1 red to;wm obwfVe t&ttin almost! cv alloq
1 ROBERT WHITE.SIX J *- 'Porte .t id sa I itteet UM ftetrtal no,
.1'AlT8 Miter*! tome at TallahaBss, and adeluonalrwi Da- f- than usaal. B'oa. ;-
'.pt..iNt' Attorney a Law, a Day 4 mile heats-Pars* .; in T. Ptl' I attends the taking ef,thesi- *trt
an d for lh. Thief. Four good oreru .
r Hon ,
"i4thce. in the Courts the Middle Pnrse $300. In calU of bUtibatths .Ueat..1itb
o Da-Prpr.tor' a
wy alto .I shall apply'to the Hon. WILL and in the Cour of Arp1 Office t ugS S nYNCKOL Pi ( bet best 1 5.) he waters of the Suwannee tn.u J ope rtIoftirM-tmivsr3&Hy .I.a"j ia a''r"liDr

Court or letters at Tallaa-asee Fla. The Officers of that |Ith.cele bet ttst.ttOheItIIIha
BAf* Jc6noa.Cowav Cotton Press fl Howe Pow guarantee brated fer their medicinal wu uptrieaee.l
or adraisuttratioe the state ef John L. LofW JOHN P. DUVAL, 8rws parses as advertised, hall be pat up before the val id. have found greatrUefand ethers restoredto ta fceif tfflieUd with disease, aDd III all

, < ,of Jeffvfscn, eocnty deceased.S3 ATTOZ1flY AT .LAW subscriber Ca.Un. the eat.l u Horses are started. 'By order of 1 health and'vigor by their" use. For a pi u.n acute eafiarinj,, great relief obtained faai*

auj 4 et MOSES ELLIS practice r in the courts of Middle and THE Screw. and Horse-Power in JOHN D. GRAY Preildent.res I ort during the rammer mODt'bjpae.a hoars, and a core is 4neraIIy effected Ia 1 .few

Cematr court .f JeflTerftOB WILL Florida and Court of Appeals. flea the neighborhood of Tallahassee has r.o.m0 the i PaTti W. GAuriia,jr. Secretary. an, other situation in three da 1" >' 1W *

William fjma ) Anumpsit. Returnable deuce near Gen. Brown'i Iron'Foundry business in Baltimore ; an I' prepared _aug32 4 lamlF country. In easee or Fun, ef every description.IM

VS. >to September terra,!840. j jan 25 !6 to furnish the cotton screws,delivered OP boar I .' Ji t i Charges will.be moderate. bilious affection, it ie ,onneeeseart fer nL "*
nl t--'l i ne > .rall u
Harrey Olirer. S Attachment for $148 50S. of vessels in the port of Baltimore, for one For \1 Apply I to E. G'PONDER, ,a;bt. .., I.believe the LIT. Moicwt ;VaII'
Carmack & IWedlcus A. Long. Harness, '.
W. &c.compl.l. JONES 'as
f 300 each. Also June 46 RICHARD raalJ1umitted le be the
Damages dred and dollars WM. H. FRANCIS. 6. 1840. most spesuV,1!!
T HE Defendant and all others inleretted, will ATTORNEYS AT LAW horo twent.fv, kinds of machinery Cutnf'for I ang 2? 4 NOTICE. effectual care extant I In all diseases ef that eW.

V tab aotieo .f the iostitalion of the above suit bjr TALLAHASSKE, FLA. agricultural implements, al moderate I- STORAGE Subscribers offer for sale the folo"lo | a The Lire Mwacurui are also a:most exaJiL.

attachment; and will appear. and plead thereto, WILL practice in partnership In the Superi Baltimore acceptances PORT LEON. THE ., low for CASH- relief affections ef the Liver and Boweb ,,k!

according to law. POPE t STONE, of the Middle and Apalachicola "Baltimore, Juiy 1840 JAMES MOORE. AT Cognac Brandy,In half pipes and qr. ca.k been proved in hundred of cases where .

I 4g 15. 3 Atfys for Pl'ff. Districts, and in the Court of Appeals. Their : l Fur the utility and good work of the ma I ANIEL LAOD, from Magnolia, will com- Holland in bbls. have come forward and requested that tie!

NOTICE. office is, for the present iu the new. court house Sc, refer to Col.l.W. Braden and Jesse WilI I I ..jKineace the Storage and Comml.aon Business -I Whiskey Gn do the nce In taking them-might be pnaHibe rw I-

Dec 21 20 8 2 3 nt the above place,the ensuing month, and ,benefit others. In their
.. '1 month after data, application will be made I liu. E'q. _ang ) Lard,in kegs '' operation i.AdlIa
SIX Oadtden Coun- Dr. Benjamin B. Taylor I solicits a share of public patronage. Flour Molasses 'they restore the tone ef 1 the Stonaihe =
the Honorable Judge MILITIA I ieI
services to the 'citi Port Leon, August, 1840 digestive organs; and iavigoraU
boots his
fur letter of di.mi ion at administrator de professional I Corn H.yIUanh.den the
I I 1j non of the estate of Elijah W. Sweat, dec'd., OFFERS> and its yirin l. Office ADJUTANT GMERAL'S Omce, --- Weighing.- and Cod Fish in bbls functions' of the whole body, and ibw ,

.is of Mid oouotjr. I a hi.father's residence on the north fide of Wash Tallahassee, Florida, July 5th, 1840. Colon, appointed Weighfr of Cotton, Boxes Pickles, in quart jar. I-both soxes,(for they are perfectly. H". ..

C July 1840 *l JOHN H. RHODES. inglon Square. GENERAL OaDER-NO. |OV. Militia THE of an act passed the last sas 300 bbls. Lime. an invaluable i,means of preventing. diHtseaii
JsTOTICE. I Tallahassee 30th Nor 1839 j The Officers commanding Regiments in the Council a McNAUGHT ORMOND.Port ., cstoring health.'. .
ion the Legislative r"pect.fuly.n.Corml & '
months after da-te.l shall apply to the Hon. Charles S. h if this Territory will transmit to this office a the public that he is prc pard to weigh Leon, Mach gQlh, In affections! .of tIioJiead, whether i iwith'pain'and

SIX of Leon Court for letters dismiseory Sibley, lift of the names of'the! Commissioned Officers in the Railroad RentFOR giddiness, or marked
Couuty I Ion either in (his city or at Dept.- For Sale or to boy'Fie,
as administratrix on tho Estateof J. T. I OFFERS his professionalservices a Attorney their respective commands, togeiher with the datelofthei His scales are manufactured at the same the present ,year section 8, (Lafayette ons ealsmnily impaired men< .al east.tiona :

.J lmscm,'tte of said County 6ece..ed.CATHARINE at Law, in the collection of r :appointments.By those ned by the United Sties generally! and ) situated 4 miles. North of raUahalee. -. ta of the heart', flatulence,1.?. ,-lite,,.
debts, Middle Florid He will attend alljhe I Cov. R. R. RaiD and the
4c.in strength
j order of His of multiplied
JOHNSON l of in the Road which there symptom
District. likewise by the weighers cotton city on tho Georgia on an, 01.IMIU
Courts in ,
Dy her. Agent P. Kxaa. Office in Munroe the Streetin the formerly CoinmanderinChiefJNO.and Insp. Genl. F. M. New York, and have been examined by the Inspector abut 80 acres of cultivated Land, well fenced ..n.Apply .- dered to dlre-tlOo,1'II the most Lin MKTHCIKZS wilifc.'fM,.
of said and
31 44 of scales and weights city proved to ,
occupied by Wm. Wilson, as n Dook t> re. Constitutions .
( Price 10 cents bale.D. Port Leon. relaxed !ak.or.deea
1YOTCE, Tallahassee May 12th 1638. 40-tf Strayed, correct. weighing per ap 4 36 ._
t ebout the first of April, M. SHEFFIELD Wetgher of Collon. women are under the immediate '
months aner,date we shall apply to tho Walke' Mil. DISSOLUTION. orT inauwjea /
.. SIX ,of Leon DAVID S. WALKER, FROM Sorrel with a blue.1 the fuel Ta llaha us ce, O :l. 129. f be z Lmt MDiciN"Old Coughs, Asthmas ,,*
the County Court existing
Judge left cheekbone Co-Partnerrhip hereofor consumptive habits, are soon relieved
I of the ATTORNEY AT LAW G. and 1 of.\ bay color with a Ica on THE Tallahassee ans"tpj j.cared. j.
for letters dismission as administrators estate $ A liberal reward Orange and Lime Nurr the Subscribers tne 1 Poverty of blood end
od.! emaciated
.f Joint A. WILLKT, deceased late ol said WILL practice tho Courts of the Middle Dmlrict and was about S years of one both of FOR SALE FOR Exchange, is this day dissolved hy mutual con : will ere long meet the happiest ChaD fob,

I county. TADDY WILI.EY, of Florida, //is; office is the first room to the right them will be given Walker's for ihe delivery at Capl John o Mynck, NURSERY. containing about 2000 Orange se nt. The business will be cloned by J. G. %Wil chill watery fluid will become rich aid, ; aid tks
at ,or A
WM. G. PONDER, over J B. Buirsstoritin TcIIaIasseewhiere he may ncarTallahasi.ee., Mia E.C.WALKER. and Lime Trees, of an age to bear in one or 1&,who is duly authorized to settle the same. and the limb. be covered with flesh, firm balsamic..Zi .

4 april 4, 18 OJ5 Administrators. I always be found. two years after transplanting. The Trees were I J.G.WILLIAMS. healthy. *

I maBaffadc Mangle Wirtzcl seed, Dr. A. M. RANDOLPH Gostenltofcr & Davies NNE'V raised from Choice Cuba Seed, and are in a healthyand April 1st,1840. WM. TAYLOR.. Nervous disorders ofevcrj kind,and fromwkat..

B and a variety of Fall Garden' Seeds, for sale located himself in Talahlssee. of: COMMISSIONS; ORI, NS. thriving condition. Directions will be given Copar'nerhlp. vet cause arising, fly before the effects ef Ta.
RANDOLPH & LEWIS.July HAVING which adhered to, will insure them in removal Lift MCDICMXJ, and, all that
by profesion'rlservices to thl REFERENCES!!. Bond,Esq safely subscribers have day formed a 0 train of*ink lr.aniielie
18 51 He is to be found at the office of Dr. J. H. Randolph Betlon Fisher, and transplanting. Apply to EDWIN W. THE st Port Leon under tho name p *. and tremours, which so dreadfully sffct ta,

OF LIME, and SOLU. on Monroe Street. MtBU" Kerr & &Kirksey DORSET, Auctioneer, Tallahassee, or WM. Mc- of Miller & Row, to carry on tbo STORAGE weak the sedentary and the delicate will ;in a

CHLORIDE OF SODA, fur destroying Afay 2f. 42 Tallahassee. NAUGHT, Port Leon.. mar 14 3 & COMMISSION busine ihort time be succeeded by cheerfulness? ,and evtry

Contagion Decomposing Pestilential Ef. Law Notice. Messrs. Wilhciby, 4' Co. Livcrpoo HULL'S They have a large and commodious warehouse, presage of health.

t fiuvia and neutralizing strong or ofTrnsive odors;, Co-parlnrrMiip hitherto existing betwren March llolyneux.. 33 1 y, Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam, for the storage of merchandize and cotton ; and F For weakness, deficiency of natural strength,

foreale by. 52 RANDOLPH & LEWIS. THE 1. P. DUVALand W M. H. BROCK- Tho reputation of which,h I become established hope, by s'rict attention and promptness I the and relaxation of tbe ve-weht, by too frequent in

'I NOTICE. ENBROUGH has been this day dissolved by mutual For Sale or Rent, the most safe and efficacious remedy execution of orders to give: satisfaction to all whe dulgence of the passions, this medicine ia a salt,

Subscriber requests all those indebted to consent. ominodious stand as a HOTEL ever discovered for may enttusl business to iheis euro. certain and invaluable remedy.

i THE .on cote or open account, to call and net WAI. II.BROCKFNBROUGH will continue Iidd at ST. MARKS, recently occupied im b I Influenza, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Whoopinp GEO. MILLER Those who have long resided ia hot eiimttes

tIe immediately, as further indulgence cannot be I i reside a Apalaehicolppand practice in the Apalachlcola ihe subscriber. Possession given Cough. Spilling of Blood, and all affection of Refer to- JOHN J. ROWLES. and are languid and relaxed in their whole system
1Jil! the
firen. All accounts unsettled by the first of Sep Histrict.and County of Leon, and the mediately. Apply io undersigned the Lungs. Messrs. Helton & Fi.herr Tallahassee; may tako Tax Lire McDicists with Us happiest

I t.mberwill beJrut in suit Cnnri .J r 4 PP..u .. "Urij, and In Jefferson a niadden or to Win. M'Naught. GERADIN. I IN presenting this useful, remedy to the public, Berry & Dowling, .' effects; and persons removing to the Southern

_, .0.- ?4 i !vi UAKI.TON.Notice. G specially employed. Fib C. F. I proprietor i is authorised by a Physician from Po.t. Lron, Feb. 1. 1840 31 State* or West Indies cannot store a more impor

1 1'S Tallahassee. Nov. Olh. 183!. -- STAGE LINE I whom the recipe was confidentially obained. to s- Valuable lands for Sale. tant article of health and life.
from the Subscriber stile that ho has used it himself and in The following cases are the
nn Saturday night I among most
STOLEN LEGAL, NOTICE. From Columbus, Ga., To Apalachicola, Fla. subscriber having greater quantity of recent
HORSE hands : live practice in Pulmonary affections with aston THE I cures effected,and
SORREL 17 gratefully
high a I acknowledged
if TIoma Baltzt-ll and Walker Anderson Attor Four Horse Post Coaclirs. than i is desirable for his own cultivation by tit
white hind with wart hill.hulh.1 r"ishing effect. The happy combination of vegetable dersons benefited: _
foot a large n ,p ncys at Law. will practice in copartnership in thr afiers for sale three valuable :
supposed to hare been taken by some negro. Any Superior Courts of the Counties of Jefferson, Leon I substances, of which it is entirely composed I, on Black Creek, about pantati.nsnnolit.uted thirteen miles cam t Case of Jacob C. Hunt, New Windsor Oranjt

information will be thankfully received and, hibef ". Gadcden, Frnnklin, Calhoun, nnd.Jackson, min I are peculiarly adapted to diseases of the Lungs from Tallahassee, thirteen hundred I County, N. "Y.-A dreadful tumor destroyed near

t ally rewarded. JOHN B. GORMAN. i the court Appeals l Tallaharscc. I Liver, and Stomach. acres, 600 of which are containing in a high state of cultivation 1 ly the whole of his face nose and ja.. Experienced
1 52 I This medicine has been used very quick relief from the of
JalyS use the Life
Address of Tliomrs Baltzcll, Apnlachicola. extensively Mtcucincs
the residue rich hammock land, with?
Via Florence Fort Gaines mostly
w Address of Walker Anderson, Tallahasts Blaltely POT'Sand I and the proprietor has not known a single instance' and in less than three months was
For Sale, all the farm houses and entirely
HANDSOME LIGHT BAROUCHC, with Juno IS, 1839.-tf Brow Ferries, Go., and Iririnton, I in which il .failed in giving relief in diseases crops necessary upon this plantation have outbuildingsthe not been cured. (Case reported,with a wood engnviag, in
A 1 for which it is recommended even in cases rai.ei a new pamphlet now in
; approaching press.)
harness romplet for two horses by CABINET MAKING. Ala.NLY surpassed by any in (tho country. Another, about
attended with
I to of
PortLeonFeb.8, WAI. M'NAUfiHT. J sub-cnber I! 30 HOURS Stage travel( from Colum- I consumption "Ieedipg the same distance, noithcast from Tallahassee, Cane Thos. Purcell sen'r. 84 ysars of age-
., THE thalku1 for'the Lung's, and where all other remedies had was afflicted with
in his
: 18yur. swellings
NOTICE /-4, "_ -. past favour llcspcclifully :- .to New Orleans, in splendid Coaelien, failed the decided and Containing about 700 acres, of rich oak and hickory II1rWII '
l most flattering success has entirely cured 42
hereby given that 1 shall institute suit in the informs the citizens ii n a level and beautiful road along the bank of I attended lU Common cold.- which land ; with COot 70 acres in cultivalirn ; and by taking in 3 weeks.
use. Case of
IS are Daullon,Aberdeen
generally ,Ohio .
County Court of Leon county upon a mortgage : : Tallahassee and vicinity that he Chatlahnocl'eo River. I the effect of obstructed perspiration, another in Hamilton county. about ten mile from five yeah-is cured has-rb u mini

; .r made and executed me, by Ferdinand Le lie continues to carry on Ui'i DAYS Ol' DEPARTURE- I to its influence in few when wi t!.e Sua an nee Springs, containing about 2000 entirely used tit
yield a hour> uled r Life Medicines for Worms in children
No. Cabinet bi. ineFS in From Columbus on Tuesdays and Friday., at ; small in cultivation with) farm and fooal I
: Bleux upon Lot forty-three (43)) in the South 'i Making : Asthma, Wheezing, and shortness of acres, a part r.cuses them a
41 Jialfof the County quarter-section of land. situate,, .-- ., ,- 11 its variety at the old stand 6 o'clock, A.M. I breath JO3fentS, relief tranquil l &r. 'J hi* land is of superior quality (or t.c culture ,- Case of sovereign Lewis Austin remedy.
immediae procuring
lying and being in Leon county ; and that I shall Bless and Riholds opposite From Chattahoochcc, on the same days and same real and i cVS. In it is without of sea inland cotton. -periodical sicfc'headaclia

,. c apply,according to law, for tho forDclocur of said Col. Wyatl's Store, where he time after the arrival of tho U. S. Mail! Boat from rival. It whooping cough and Also a tract of 400 acres, at the natural bridge always relieved by a small dase-now entirely
a operates by gentle expectoration c free from it.
mortgage upon petition filed this day br happy to receive orders from his fiieidsand Apalachicola; via Iolaaml meeting at Fort Gain.. 1 be given infanta with on the St. Mark, about 11 I miles south; east of Tallahatwce I-
wi may perfect safety. Case of A don Ames cured of
Persons desirous of going from Columbus, Ga. t a most inveterate
t TII 18cn IRLE S B2CKSTIN.M public generally. Sidcboar.ls Bureau'und furni.ture I For sale' by RANDOLPH & LEWIS. l ; half of this tract is a rich alluvial: soi
tf. _w" of every description, made in a fashionable and to New Orleans, will find this by far the cheapest jan 25 26 upon it there U also a fine mill scat, with greater and obstinate dyspepsia and general debility.
Case of Adah Adam Windsor
John C. Jacobli substantial manner, and on reasonable terms, and and mOlt expeditious!, a well a the safest and water power than any. in Middle Florida. ,Ohio-rheumatism

Measurer and Lumber the ho hopes by strict attention to businrsti to merit most comfortable way, a it intersects the great I ADJBJLPJil HOTEL.THE These land will be sold. moderate price; :and gravel, liver: affections and. general. jwrvors
cp Inspector of for from Gen. ,Iiad been confined
undersigned debility
Brunswick and Florida Line Chatlahoochcc having purchased seven raised
and receive a liberal share of the patronage ef tho at reasonable credits, and if desirable, th? purchaser years* was '
4 County of Leon, public. making a travel of bul 30 hours by stages through ( BKOWN that wel known establish can have Union Bank Stock of tl from her bed by taking one box ofpilis and a bottle
I a part 0urchase.
his services to those who may please: JACOB BLESS. the whole route. Time from Columbus to Mobile, ment called the City Hotel, the city of Tails, upon\V BUADEN.Dt of bitters-a moat extraordinary cure-she ia news

r1 OFFERS: upon him. Charges moderate.Tallahassee N. B. kind furniture repaired on reasonable I. 54 hours. I hasure, have opened the house under the title of' p 23 2'Leathcr' very healthy and robust woman-alUsled by hrr

1 March 14 1840. 33_ Al. For the Proprietors I the Adclphi Hotel. They are now making import husband Shubel Ada me.

WILLIAM CADY. I ant improvment and repairs, and will have by the Lime, and Hair. Case of Mn. adger. wife of Joseph Badger
Last Notice. Tallahassee Pepl. 7th.__1839______ -_tf____.___ -
I: persons indebted to the E>tato of T. \'- To -- _. ,_ -- Chattalioochcf. January ,m, 1810.27 tf I ensuing rll an extensive Brick Building creeledon jj'hIESubscribers assortmentofLKATHER.qitabIefor have constantly on hand acomp'ete nearly similar to alowe-resalt the same.

ALL .deceased, are required to come forward SCREWS 1.lunter.received by the Schooner Lands for Sale.PURSTAN" I tho ropcrtyAt. eirebysthsyKwjllbej.bl tJ lo ac-- -1-Gin Bandanies* Carriage Tops, Boo's and Case of Susan Goodaranf, a young U4.iarri

ft and cllle without further delay and all to vhotnv IRON ) Ilankey I from Baltimore,arc now readyforldelivcry I'. r'd' I frTctory m nner. The PuMic may 'depend ouueo, &c. m.u o cuniiaiii.! *"fl"j ."*L IM V.. and woman__u_>subject" urine lo ill health several yeai*-a

t, i p tate is indebted will hand in their claims for the of smme.Apph3i toiTEADACIIE Company 10W l upon every altention to their clJmfort.JOSFPH HAlll, for Plastering : JI1 of which, they pffjr i halo juirwrncoicniescnilrelj uetoteria
on payment } Leiiui Counts now and
t actjultl"111 1 Land 1 I i l low furcash. or in exchange for hides,at their Tan healthy.
: cnlr." tC.] &U.I'h; nge i IcchnnC1. I 16.( Yard. Case of Miss Thomas,daughter of Ei! Thomas
ELIZABETH McC JZTY, Jinx. 19, 23, 36-and fractions unsold F. W1LSO, and

It t 1 St Mark."priI16, 1840 3* _____ extraordinary reputation that Dr. SpohnV i in sections 5, 6, 8.34,3, 14, 15, 17 and 24. j Tallahassee, April 3d, 1840. 36 Tallahassee, 4n. I I.pM> \ ,t-tf. cough four weeks. symptoms Her sister of cured consumption of a severe-cured attack at ia

subfcciibcr wiihc to tell several'valuable remedy for this diKlregsm complaint is every day In Town 3 South range I Ei M--.cct'ions- 1, 2,4, For Sale, Notice to Cotton Planters. nflammatory rheumatism in ONE: WKXX.

t : TIlE OF LAND near hn, rendcnco. gaining, is certainly a milter: of much utonilh.ItPt. I. 5, 0, 1 1, 12 13, 14, 15, 21 2J, 24, and fractions of 3 ONE two lore Sulky W :ln. JAMES llOATRIGHT'S IMPROVED CO -- Cue ofS. Calvin-cured of a severe attack of
in labor That so much suffering should have exist I. and 10. ono do do with la, TON SAW GINS.
Planters desirous t. retain their capital ("t &c. carlet fever in a few nays by the Life Medicines.
r can be acsommodated with m
ROBERT GAMBLE.Welaoree nal preventive or cure, u truly a subject muc 31, xnd fractions of 19, 29 and 32. Noo8ili. 1839 that I have established a sho,* in Quin'y. a low stale of health -
relict ; but Dr. S. now u.*ures the public thatnuch In Town 3 South 2 t tor the purpose of furnishing them with the abovearticles very a year sod a b.lr-di I
t -. ., Jefferson, Fla.. 28th Nov. 1C39. range -sections 6, 7 1', KIRKMAN ABERNATHY & IIANNA. not xpecl to recover. Mum T. is now able
a remedy has been invented a will convince and fractionsolS, 0, l IB and 29. ; made on the last improvement. Th improvement I- wak: about and ia tu
Taken Up, the mot credulous. Tho principles upon which it In Town I South, 1 West Commission Merchants is in the, rib wlmh wear out firsi I. rapidly recovering both health
t' etionI2', "
IN Tallahassee, on the The 30-.li home instant is, a HORSE his, acts are simple and plain. It is 'admitted fact 31, 32;33, 34 and fraction range of 19, 20, 27, 28, 35 3 New Orltan When the ribs wear out at the place where the \\d Ca strength." of J.
Bridle and Saddle. Gray ; that this complaint, whether called R.ck; Heidzche 3 6. Refer to R.K. Call, and Henry Bond. teeth pass through, a new set can be obtained m o Benjamin_ Tucker-sever. case e

two hind feet while tIp to his fetlocks. Th owc-, or Nervous headache: arises primarily from the, Tho wh&e. "fTown 2 South range I West, except I. __Jnn. 17 1833. g4lf five minutes, hy simply sliding the bread a quarlrc.fan time.Fever and Directions Ague- cored in a very short space .

cr is requested to comu forward pay charges and.. stomach-those who think they hue the NervousHeadache sections 2S,26,35 and 3.D ENGINEERING.TIHE inch and putting a wedge under each ride ofthe followed strictly.!
take him Apply at this offico.or to Cue of Amos Davis-A Sect ions of the Liver- .
away. rest assured that this thoHtomach At to subscribers S Gin, which will
may organ 812 $1.50 per in bills of the respectfully acquaint the cit give a new net of ribs an zoo d after
tug i I J. R. ROBINSON.NOTICE. is that the has become tie! first and trying doctor's remedies in vain for a long
the first carte, system of TallaLaMce, their friond and :the so on, until they are worn cut I in time
vitiated or debilitateJ, through the stomach, Tl'ese Lands offer advantages for pasture range public generaly. t'ut' they have associated themselves five or six placet was cured by the Life Medicines without

f'. THE snbfcibcr offers for sale, his VALUA- and that only through the same chnnncl must they' cultivation and superior Timber. copartnership for the purposeflf 1. I wi I keep constantly on hand Friction Ro r trouble.

; PLANTATION on the Armonia luke, expect a restoration of the natural and healthy Cash payments will be required for half section* ENGINEERING ; and, accordingly solicit a share o Gins and B*x Gins, which I wairant to please i in Extraordnary; cue of Lyman ,Pratt, who wa

being the Ea'sl half of the 14. W. quarter of section functions of the sjf tern. This object Dr. SpbonV and smaller fractions of sections. Al purchasers their patronage the making. constucting. level every respect, or no ale. My prire for Friction afflicted with Phthisic 20 years-affected. a perfect

two township two, range one. North te East I; remedy is eminently calculated. to attain. The over these may bo made on tho l terms of tbn info and improving of aU kind of road*, bridges, Roller Gin is $4 per caw; and for the Box Gin $3 cure in 24 hours by tho use of the Life Medicine,

; 4 the Wert half of the N. W. quarter of section two, truth of this position cannot bo controverted, and Company; that is, l-4thincashtund I,2anu3years aqueduct?, cmbanknients&c.and in the humbler per saw. Person wishing to boy Gins for their Thousand of persons afflicted in like manna

'township two, range one, North and Ea?t. A'so, the sooner lufrers with the headache become for payment ofthv oUter 3 4ths. branches of thi vast science, such the next crop would do well local! and examine lhic have, by a judicious use Morrir's Lisa Piu

tho Cast half of the N. E. quarter of section thrcr, convinced of sooner willheir suffering end Lands in Gadsdrn and Leon.llith exclusive ing ofland. plotting. and & survey millraces !I. Gins. All orders will bo attended: lo with and PIIENIX BITTXXS been restored to the enjoyment -

1 township two, range one, North and Eoet ; and in restoration of health. Sphon pledges Ins for cultivation, will also I) n on application !!; and tltches.: cala planning!, on estimating scientific am d prompt.nc of all the comforts of life. The Bitters are

I known as tho Fuller fr Bcmbry plantation. professional reputation on this fact. The remedymay to John Cnrnoclmn, Iv-q. at Apulichicola Uua ,. practical 'principles. & Old Gins repaired at the shortest notice, and I in pleasant to the taste and smell,gently aslnnge the

There is about 160 acres of open land, which, for be had al the apothecaries. the( Subscriber; and settlers will be preferred lo Ike LLOYD & 1RWIN. the best si vie. : fibres of the stomach, and give that PlpertelUltl

'fertility of soil, ete. may be ranked among the In all acidity or sourness of.mach. this reined purchase of their settlement; provided they make Talla hat-sec, april 11, 18-10 37 I refer the planter to Mr. R. L. EdmonJs, t if which a good digestion requires. As nothing cia

best lands in the Territory. These lands hey within ) is sovereign and invaluable I a general 'family their arrangements within a suitable time. """ Middle District.of Florida. Quini-f, for inlormation as regards these Gin' r it be better adapted to help and nourish the consiitn-

a few yards of the great Armonia lake which, : medicine, it is now adopted by many of the Former purchasers from the Company who a rein Arthur M'Gill } In Leon Superior Court any planter from South Carolina who has uled tion, so there is nothing more generally acknowledged '

paslursgt cannot be wirpawed in tho world. There most respectable' families. It never ,iclu'nl I the urf'ar with their payment, ore respectfully'C. vs. S To November Term them. 'v. C.COOPER. to be peculiarly efficacious-in all iasraid

t is also a new well convenient to tho dwellings, with tlotnach or ptoduccs any of the unpleasant effect* que&lcd to settle with the Subscriber fr with Sir.Carnochan 1 James P. Worth. y ,1S40 Mar 14 33 If wasting,loss appetite,indigestion, depression of

jtlenty of credent water. of phv tc. during the season. Al'llmr"ilDlmage. Leon spirit, trembling or shaking of the hands and limb,
Tbu purchaser can hue from 2 to 3 years ind ii. Directions for Nth $53000-Altaclunont fur f 13. Academy. obstinate coughs, shortness of
use accompany bottle.E. J. B. BROWN, above named Trustees of Leon II breath, or consump
defendant and Academy announce to
grAce. There ia now growing a fine ciou of corn SPHON M. D. A THE 'F THE tive habits.
rent Apalachicola Land Coinp.iny.Ollice hl ii.terC8l.-d, are hereby notified o'the: Puf.lic, that they 'have engagod Mr.
on the farm. .uitable for the purchaser.RICHARD I The Life Medicines '
Propricior and Inventor. at Barnard's Tallahassee.jiin SHEfTjiLt. and wonderful efficacy
1r. institution of tho above named suit and are hereby Dr.Mooac to take charge of tho Male possess
II. CROWELL. O":: For sale in 4 22 i in all nervous disorders fib, headaches weakness'
iaTallaliasvp. ..yn required to appnir and plead to the declarationdied Department uf tho School just established by them ,
Jnly4.I840. 49 20 47 RANDOLPH & "" es, heaviness and lownese of of
UCMOVAL dimness
JF\IS. ,. iu the same, according to the statute in such in this city. spirit i

"rJ1l 1suWt; 'i tf. I "oc.tobcrn. 2500 lbs Wliile' LeaJiuoihii'i i kTg -; Tun 0ubi.cilbcr* 'have rcuioxed Ibeir enliro i cr. casa made and provided.1)aied Tho School will open on Monday noxt.-in; the old |sight confused thought, wandering of the mind,

1C\r 1240. and 25 lbs e ch-Linseed oil! of 100 Ihs I from their old stand in Berry's ibis Irtlh July, Metho Sptl., Turpentine Uiiw, io the New Britk 180.JAME3 complaints aro
Alfred Attachment $50 00. BniKl.es, &r. and Window Claw Building on Munroe street A. BKRTHELOT: establish Academics in the City (the Trustees ear- In gradually removed by their use.
HE defendant and of various sizes. next,Joor to Co, where will July 18 51 ncnly appeal to Iho sickness of the stomach flatulencies,or obstruc
T all others interested, will For sale by Wm.H.Wyatt & they Att'y, for pride, and invoke the aid of j
.take notice of the institution of the above continue in .ame bUllt'u .heretofore zt PI't: their fellow cilizens: they trust that while flour tions,they'a're safe and powerful!, and as a purifierof i

suit by attachment, and will appear and plead i Apri1271839 DOLPJ &LEWIS dealing in taddlti, Bridles, .la'lingalu and liar- I NEW MILLINERY AND DRESS ,I ishing Academic are liberally supported elsewhere the blowd. they have not their equal in the

the _38t1 nesses, of all descriptions. MAKING ESTABLISHMEN.TH around them world!
thereto at office of Justice Milliard, 011 the -- AIIO a general asFort- the inhabitants of the Capitol oC the
3lrl day October, 1840. Coparliicr&hip. nienloflfirnTrimmivg$. Bills and Spurt, Coach, undersigned most rcvjieclfully. inform Irrrilory will hence forwaid manifest For additional particulars of the above medicines
a de
fublc.nb"ra 'have hia day entered j inlo,, Gig and Riding Whipt, Trunks, JL the Ladies of voted interest more z Mortal's "Good Samaritan"
&p J' 8 DAVID L. EVAN THE. Carl Baft, vicinity. I that in cherishing their own city met]I.. a copy of which
STORAGE. I reno.al commission! and for Vailf Saddle Bags, flat Bores,&t. Skirting, .. &opened a house in the above line, on Monroe I tuitions.The. accompanies! medicine- copy can always be
wada: under the tylc' of MrNnueht I Harness, Bridle and Leal/tit street and between obtained of the different
undersigned mercllnt. : Top r. MorocroandSltetp the stores of Mr. scholastic year will be divided into Agents who have the
having leaded nih & loCol .ranes four
one the .
TilE WM. ki" and Messrs. Gorman wesiona medicine for sale. '
4 where she
Houses and leNAUH'l. we.ks each and
H'tiarf Hal :
)( J. & N. Hamlin, solicit a Utciy.hare erected of by I Port Lion JAMIS lo Saddles order Harnut. Bridles and Martingale) *, made from a strict allenlio/i to tn, ., to merit a rate of tuit.on. allowed, to bo paid in advance following lo French, German, and Spanish directions can be
Jan al short
: riUccelving 20. IS40 notice. share of obtained
.aca in the public paronage.Feb the Treasurer of the Board of Trustees. on application: at the office,375 Brolldwa,.

&. I CO-PAiiERSHiI'. WAnD & MAY., 15 29 tf .R M. A. CLARKE. Orthography and Reading, o All post paid Alters will receive immediate. a W
Forwarding Bnslnos Is ,i'r: Subbcrih"rs have. entered into N. B. retailing done in all the above article _- The above with 3 tention. '
TAFT & ALI XANOEIt. partnership a NOTICE. Writing and Arithmetic 10
Fen Leon, 15th April. 1840 38 under the firm of J. B. BULL &. CO., and l"uII.- ,- -" .42. _may !15 DURING my absence from'Florida. Barton C. The above, with Grammar and Georaph1' and Prepared and sold by WILLIAM B.MOFFAT.
wiM on the l.isintssof MERCHANT Watches 375 Broadway, New ,
carry TAI Jewelry, &c.r'ihfE Monliecllo, is and History York. A liberal deduction
my agent
o** Reward.Osr. LORS both, in I 2
L this atorne. made to'thcte
flare and the ciy( of New JOHN The above with! Greek and who purchase to. tellarain.
on the 3d Instant, between TallahasseeAnd York. Arrangements Subscriber has i F. TUCKER. Latin and General AGENTS._
bcn mado'for a con' QI Jan 8 26 Literature, The Life Medicines slse be had
Robert CopI"ndV, ..n English silver Watch, slant und full supply of( Cassimeres 4 very handsome French 15' of f any of the rosy
witnthe S blCflb '. name ings etc. and Vest assortment Watches, Jew.' fHlHE member, or the -extra charge #f J U principal Druggist in'every town
: on iho back"'ritten :large assortment of Ready Mnde Grand and Petit By order thorughont la*.United Stales
ofLbe and the
with too point t. knife. Whoever will return f Clothing, and tluy arc now prepared to dry, Pitted Wore Silver JL for Leon County Superior Juri Trustees. Ask for Mflfiafs Life
.aid watch to this office shall lite their ( accommo. Spoons, Cutlery &c., which November Term, Court A. M. GATLIN and Phenix Bitters; and
receive Iho above cusiomeis! I:1: and ihe public, in any article .p 1R who have paid, march ., 1840 32 b e sure that a fac similie of Johrt
railed ( he offers for sale MoffaL'uipatoTl'
owarcl. J. or ip theirline. One on his usual are now notified i i
FOlLENSBEE of am i*
the the
partners, Mr.! pay thor| ppn label of aacb bottle
Tallahsaeec. May 41 Ware, residing in New York, wi enaLJe them to erQ'. Ho will receive new at my office North of the rrrpae square, in Talhi REMOVAL Pills- of Bilters or bO.r

WlUehu Jewelry, Silver Ware:- excruIe -'I nrders promplly atd the WATCH' .supplies during the winter.. ba. e. lnlathe J lit June. Tlieee who do not call TAE """"''fnod have removed their stock of These valuable Medicines for ,
sonableterms. J. D. DULre ; REPAIRING by that lme, sign,the return, will not be paid. I"" from, their,former stand in narr,'. by
Tl, ADtfTII*, Jr.* ). + nE f attended to wih as much ability and pow it. TH08: BROWN Row. to the store on the corner. of Monroe Th8 RANDOLPH- & LEWIS.
and 28
.- havo removed in tbo TsllahasseitNev. at the Southern( ___ Tallahassee.
tore 17.1888. 11.15 Jan I any shop 'connlry. OCt of the administrators of 8. H: Duval, Clinton street r c .occupied by Messrs. Gor
formerly 3
Wm H Wdt, &occurlc"; Co by NOTICE. !L _FREDERICK TOWLE. May 2 1 deceased,late Marsha I 1M. man & Hall,where they will continue lo, keep on 60'':Dollars Heward.RTJKA.WAY.Cro8) .
where band
r a general
I they DURING my absence from the Territory, li Woilce. NOTICE assortment of staple and fancy Dry
.are now a.
opening beau.4.ifol II Goods Groceries :
and uHF ECo-Partnershipheretofoie, Root and 'Shoe; 01-
esM>rtmcnt of l W. Atari.E are my autho existing in.tb: I A LL persona indebted 1 the Subscriber prior to ,Hats Hardware Plantation
heir line arlijfsia rued sjrents. r. name STEWART BARNARD, eg thelstjuvonNote! Book and Cutlery,Crockery: and Glasswaie, with in i Gadsden county,
.. rJGbM.Lerer. rucb Author as msytth, J80. KERR diasolved' by the death of the smior nann r, all hereby notified that Accounl.or bills .will or almost every, article:suited i to the wantsWtbe. T o fSro Soy,
CylenVirte pcrionsindepted to the firu ate, b country. fhe.r. friends and the T ecl
reqnMied to F.Thornton pablio George
by Benj.
4 ". WatdMe c Einje,u PiinondtOn.; L. CARLTON, immediate settlement, and all mak presented Jrwhh who n to call a\examine (themselves. are. invited on and William. George
having claims
to settle. __
"zI.th4GusLt..4..Bwtb.: ., a. Diamond. Merchant Tailor please: present the same. they are requested lI.y30') '44 ? pf Sunday morn;., last is about' ."

M.f&Iq4. .a&.elo4 ieLiep. &c OULU i:. E.B.4RNARD. July. 49 JOS. WILLIAM s. JAMESE.BROOM&C0" I age.stoat nurde ratUer a down* ,
Gold *
; 'sz inform the CHEAP sasttook:
Surviving Pirtnt/ ;
respectfully whenepokea
----- .
Fillipis W? ,' dtizrl hOUSE 81611. AN t9iddIe whhhislenbaBd
i0j.1 P o Te11ahas.eeJuly '
iMjAilrerWarc.Cie 14
and Us PRIVATE a Iud
o vicinity ha hi MQlf SALE. ORNAMENTAL once belonged 1.f
AIIII.T.s tl.1 P4INTING.GLAZING rIpe" aodlka: leatj
T.w.vi& i ,
OeaedFnrb1. I9p.o'n. rme rout,.New York with. a fr.i snpply-of NOTICE. I HAVE rc.ive on on.irnQtfl.and tell1 t I tfelothiD.I'
cwpilwsr Plated Caa4L.Sticb 8&aJc *. Casurorres and Veatings; i newost Subscriber has just received and :,0 r"-t quality flaring bad"i ;"r :u.deraiL Paper-Baal1 d William I ie bout t5 f 'six feet c.hi .. '.
C.mT.eeV.f.s THE lDoa1 yeart q age ,
C.t. i1yk, and lh., finest eW.I Is 1' pettfuUT Informl the, h in knert
Un. f'
1 G..saat s. | fabricwhi ha plO lo sal low for cash, Gentl*mfn'. fins lilac!k iDc eitIz.n of TaI .. hcf lather,bend*backwben standiaEcrect*.

4 '"' Oeo4a.k, Aw a tOO a tac. call oa To. | made up is Sever and Russia For Hats, GenUam.r', and la 10 O, .'" a 3 wetm aydjg. I I I. prepared to 'Ieea'. aQ the neatest Vicinity ma.ucr, thith a'u. ias a'pleasant coootenaoctf d reads and writes

flgiCeb1Miji. ? r.o< PMM the W and fastidious dy's Caps, Travelling Trunks Tanl. tft1t. I Drtbe above brucb..o,.bort ootJee-'lftcf r well Jt i. supposed fa_ia j/J,.tntk. fo ;Nortli Caruna. .
'faksdmindti. &! &! : employed< R.R.' Pilgrim; ,' who ling Vaieests, and a food 1 ,,1' 4 which will Induce tbeee ipric 5 c r .
.- sttwl4e, rb .lrm. ef u tU' W e.;
q dlnd aatacttoa t the ealtin'* mIr and, ready mode, CICtJ'rral.; ::3.,1 'lime jk" .'. p, I Urn a "U.. Ceantr Md S gfSffiSS&fg, J[ wflffiii ft*,'fur eaea.f| .secured s I.ca "!t '
._.,.. 1 ,na1 P.o.rtin.rd. '" L.CARLTON. 10 ; ; ef all coiora j Juw,and all..'. cJurgte paid fortM(, .
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