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 10, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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Lord W thousand eigM bo*dr d sid tWrtyujewn, eeXEd4Ljs paper + i v-1 f R- ,-, jiIFRLDIZcJ'ZU >l arrayed againit Abolition, it4.dy.a4I1tnzzada traffic* of which eighty;tb-uttod are axuatapflyiclnnij
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en act was f ataed bf l*O vr.r lbd .t.flaUraCoincH amend 4 29,1184a.'ADflat7 and a( all.,times, to tee M exciting 4eUttetiflnnSar; rise indabborreace sad ccq
of t..,.Trrriiory Letters on bxupner1 Vnnnrcted with ibi
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iij the $ T91IgI OFOti gurantfl are'acknowledged it shouk
aid.rltiiz&t Clkartorcorporation,, ,jflment of ,ald aa WfVjJ .-ra- lWimcntto S StMVti. 8.SIILET;, Publisher.S the way, Ip the Indian Springs .to. meet properly UT* Hjf an.d"faihiullj, maintained. be protected and cherished by this GfoVern. mea* skllh Wqjtneii to taj!

1j..nd..idsddtIoftst! Sb4aNS s d&IflV1t of TERRITORY OF FLORIDA, nuch of my fellow citizen an raigbt comply He is equally acceptable 'Co that party in the ment. S r.-, j -S eyJIeistrn

ranrd i.iUSee/ of Ihe Sooritary vf the Territory of the To the Marthal of the Middle District with the invitation lobe pteseot at n; din Southern; Western,. Eastern, and Middle That involves' hardness'of heart' id the and hence, the imraartal Wai Lagto.n, ia bis
of Florida, v veil as by tho public statutes Statps has IUta4VJCeJftCOUUI4L1| pecttl tjiyv applicable
Florida.printed by authority ofUieOov.i greeting : ncr tobe given lootir Senators nnd three of been forced upon neither by traders, and cruelty to the oegroes.'as aeseri-

i Tcrritorf vernorand Lcgi4ative Gm oil of iho same,-And EREAS, Iirreto.oro to wit: on the eighth our Reproeniutives in C'Uigress on the 2d combinations-or; intrigue S ed; and that effectual means shouU be imme. to the preaaQV rwi*: "- iadignanUyl4cra

wbcreM alt.oa law wnspiMd by the Gornor and WU. of February in the year '>f our Lord of Septet ulwri I am detained here by a pain- .General ,Harrison is the candidates of all diately taken to remove the stajn, from the the first dawcings of erery.attetppt ta alle/iaia p

IjtrUlativo Cusacil *f ifco Territory of Florida,on one thousand eight hundred and tlmty-t wo.a'Char- fat disorder, incompatible with the prose the parties in the. United State who can .be character of this nation. Was there ever any porUonof.our5counftq from the rest, or

the fourth day *>f March hundred, in arid the year of our,autho.Lord her of Incorporation was pranVtd by thcLcft lalive cution of my journey. In my own.judgement! brought to act against the present Administra.tion such a compound ignorance,folly and inso, enfeblottisscr4tjes Ijb w link to.getherihapqus *
thousand eicht thirty-nine Council of the Territory of Florida '
na ,to each persona Ly the common instinct of hatred. parts,:
ruing and requiring the District Attorneys of said aa hr>uld xubecnbt lo the stuck of a certain Bank the detention is of no importance except to lenceT The brutal OtConnell was qait.e" at
S Territory lo institute the requisite \tfprocecil\ tu bo eslabTiNhed in the Town of Magnolia, and, myself, as I cannot presume* that my presence was forced upon Southern portion of these borne in such" convention;'and his insults'tothe' 3PEECI1Aa QLLa1AStcLAKQ! FS

i jBp against such banking incorporation, in their should comply with the provision* of said Chart, or absence will in the slightest decree uf- panics by the combination of Anti-matonry representative of a foreign government originally prepared by hiaritiug, id

I}* fftsprcu dilncts. *s might have incurred forfei- which acid Bunk was"inoorpoed hy the name and fect the opinions and action of any of the and Abolitionism. Not one Southern rote near hia own,. bis'vituperation of two of-pur intended to have been dcltfered at the'opeo.ingof .
tarts of itiHr charters by noniuer, and to nroaculc alyJe of 'Tut MERCHAKTS Pu him in the )'tho G ieral
A\D nnt' BANK was given to Harrisburg convention. eminent AotuSUrery.Conveatioov -
who tint public men ia
emblagf. quite
to effect so thai the said Chsrlcrs persons may compose harmony
the ffime OF MAONOLIA;-And wbcraa also
! might be declared' null and void by the judgments d.iy of February, in the year of our, 011 Lord the one twelfth thou- I[ regri't it, nt-v rtbeeus! I nm deprived -Among, his supporters are ranked the with the occasion. The transportation of faKiaftiiskuog tbou passages Chichi

I' of i lie proper Courts in said Dslnct: ,-And where- .'inI l eight hundred and thirty-two, an act wan of any opportunity to meet viilui.d] friend, high tariff and internal improvement men, our property from Virginia to Louisiana, the were omitted, but which are DOW published

I tsCharletS. Sibley,Attorney of the United States paseed hy the Governor and Legislative Council ftheT. and am unabln to do that which others fur under the banners of Mr. Clay:-the high internal slave trade,mark you,ia f unrighteous,' .by Mr.-iClarkaoaV perraasioa.My .

j for tho Middle District of Florid, prow-ulioif for mtofy ofFJoniataniend the raid Charter whom I entertain: a Strong alT-ctinn, and toned politicians the New England States and effectual means blight to be'taken Tri he d ar-Cfiends. tMaiKittf/orB you ta a
j said Territory beth appeared on tlii*day on behalf of Incorporation;.-..And whereas also, on thr. fif. -who construe the' Constitution' like the United States forthwith iin humble iiuiividad trhoBOiIi&.ba; *beea.inocl
whose nod to ? the stain
idTerritoryand by him the Court here is prudence goud tense give weight
S qivft teeoth day ot( Februaty, in the of oar Lord
(oandersund and he infwrmrd.Jtal the aid<*Cer.iral on?. thousand right hundred end year thirty-four, lo their recommmdjlions, have thought common law, which contracted as it may from this, nation. What.'are 'these means? intimately cqqoccted'withithA auljoczhiclayoxare

*) Bank of Florida"bath forfeited iu Charter, and was parsed by thn Lcgielalive'; Council of the ana would he nsvlul! itt the present ugilaled stale seem, expand indefinitely,, according the We can guess. Firsts prohibition; by Coo. +iBJet this 4ay id conjider. sI; was

> all the franchiov, privilego rights and immunities Territory of Florida, nupplemeiital to the aid of our country. supposed exigency of the times-who believe gress transportation of slaves,by land or.by formerly under P.ovidencc, the originator

4 thereby conf.*rred, by NOK-CCXR, aod hath prayed Charter of Incorporation, t* appear by the orijilal I hrtvn seen nothing (o shake confidence there is no safety or prosperity without the sea, horn one State,to another; next, a prohi.bltipn S
i. that a telrefu'at might issue according to law. to rnroUincnl of said Charter ot incorporation of National Bank to the &Iefnb ; OftleCthiitt which flits rst
of the
a sale l of'slaves
agency manage to'aru
| rimmcm the -Central* Bank of Florida" to and said amendment, .nd said in the power of truth; nothing to rmke m by one man
\ sppuar before this Ctf-rt, al the proper lime and record in tfie office of thin Secretary supplemental of th,Territory-tof doubt the futility of all ntlempls, to delude the fiscal concerns of the Government, and fur. other hi the same State; and then We shall beHpe'or institu edj jn; thscouatry.it thj ai378T,

t plicf. & d showjcause if any il could, why the said If Florida, an well as by the public Ftalntex of the people ingenious equivocations artful exagnralion nish a currency forth people-who opposed either the-' late Mr. Rufus 'King'e orGen. for thV Abolition, of-the_ -Shnre_ Termite.- My

\ Charter of Incorporation should not be repealed Territory of Florida, printed hy authority of the -> hlusterinrr pretenlions, or the late war, and established, according to Harrison's plan .of gradual emancipa. dearfriemi arid'fellowf laborer; Ttfr. Wilber.
i slid il .cinrd null! nnd void: Governor and Legislative Council of the Raruc,- i open opinions expressed in the British Parliament, Lion the forcepwho was'one ofib in,jsvtftyouJhriow,
fuloehnods. When the spirit of inquiry i isnwakrned ; government purchasethe.blacks by
And whereas also, a law wa* pawed hy the Cover-j of understood dead and here I fm.thttberen
a sort neutrality with the cue. the the. ;, rosy ay .
That nuke known the said be proceeds public.lands or by the
v XANDEO, 7)11 to nor and Legislature Councilor said Territory, on j the people are not to turned ; *
. Central P. nk Florida,** and all PresidentR. Directory the fourth day of March, in the yeir of our Lord : from the pursuit ol facts by,, procession? and my during its continuance-whio acknowledge use of the surplus revenue .-taxes.and duties .w-a3s, al mari.te&her
Cashier and Stockholder* thereof, that one thousand right hni'red! andthirly-niiir, autlm.riring parades by travelling orator and uallnd as their leader and standard bearer, bcinproperl nrroaavl ii rnaktthat ourDlnT whom ,ym. ** fan.raoroliadebiedf ttto to

they be before tiC JuH c of our Superior Court of and rpqninnjr the District Attorneys of said and revelries. A catef'il M r; Webster of Bost m--tlie; Abotitionists,oT farge'eribugh'to cfleetuate the object ititu,4 r ; >. Myeari, S "" Z scc7eziuw] 4 Ts ?'
die Middle District of Florida for tho County of Territory to institute thin requisite legal proceedings singers investign all colors, 'iinder'Slade of Vermont, Seward 'ITie shadows the troubles store (for us, \V illiam Smltl, the lale.member tor Norwich,
Leon, on the second Monday of Novemlcr next aainit such linn of those frfCln, and calm reflection upon whrt
Banking Incorporations in their was anotherofthem--d.zdalao,5by
and Bradish, Governor ind Lieot. Governor at home and abroad, arc darkening and steal.
kfirtlie date of this writ. or such other time an the icspeclive lisiricl, as might have incurrt-d them al home, give to the humblest citizen
: forfii-i !
xertion (ot Uy
wboseJindeftgaba < > ne-triy
Cowl tiny bo adjourned lo, al the Court House of lures of their Charters hy non.useramid to prosecute j the to decide wisely in whose bane's of New York\mder whose auspices a deliberate Hug upon us. What note of preparation is S

Mid County of Luori, at I hue r.ity of Tallahassee, m the name to effect, no that the said Charters nilgai' this power Chief Magistrary ol the nation can.be attempt has been made, by State :legislation beard? What measures of precaution are years, both 'ia and oofof ParliamcnVit

,iid County t. show! if any thung they f>r llieuit:1rM lie declared null and void hy the Judgment of the to evade that provision of the Federal required? The 'gravest thoughts and most mtst vigcrrpusly aupported. ASto tfaerwtof

< have, or can tny. Mliy tin* raid Charter of pmpcr Courts in mid District,-And whereas, safely intrusted for the presrrvatinn ofexleria $ Constitution, which was adopted for-the pro. anxious deliberation are demanded, to meet the Committee,8arriueJ.Hoaie'WillianiiiHl-:
of t'e "Central Bank il t Florida,*' Charles and a perpetuation of ihf *e domestic
S. Siblev of
Incorporation Attorney the United Stale pear tection of Southern the Conservatives the which will'sooner! later wyn, George Harriaoa-Richard Philips, and
should not be rc|>eale>l, annulled, and ina o void, cot the Middle District of Floridu, pro culin for institution--' with which are inseparably rights; dangers or come. the 'other4 dear friends wbese Baraes'i S
and allibeilies! iiniuunilipv, rights privileges and raid Territory, halh appeared on thin day, on be. connected the harmony of the Union and under the guidance of Mr. Rives, who have What others may persuade themselves should
fnnclim-f, *by tliu #JHIC riinlerrnd, be seized into half ol* aid Territory, and by him the Court hero national and indibdual.Thesewill abandoned their former friends, because the be done, I cannot tell; but no step.would.seem sorry'that I cannot at this moment recollect,

pasufnioii and control ofnaij Territory of Florida is given to understand and be informed that the prosperity, keys of the vaults where the public treasure to be'better: adapted to.bring them upon us at these also are all dead, and gone, DO doubt, to S

and further to do aiid receive what the cai-i Court aid "The McrchinU' and P1ant is' Bank of MipnnliV : bn used, and, being used, the result will is deposited, are kept in the pockets of officers an early day and when we shall be utterly their eternal reaL "My dear friend*,i was invited .
then and thereof il and them, in tliii* behalf, thallcoiifider halh forfeited iu Charter, and all the fmo- be right. If it were n 'crj. ary ri> proper, I mobfhs ba'at'lb&tneeting,
of Government, and not by cashiers of Slate destitute of than the many ago
and direct.-\nd yOU arc further commanded chi e, privileges, rights and immunities, thereby could could.boar hun-ble testimonY to the placing
my but old and infirrniries lajn 'and"nearly
: tip give notice of the iuliliili' ot'lbn* pro- conferred by non-iiM.r, and he hath prnyed lli.it a with which the declared opinions of banks, and who predict ruin and desolation to power of the General Government in the age -beiflg
CeeJ.ngt'V piibhieatioui lu-rfofiii poll),. public nev\a. tcircfgeitu utitr'it' i issue according to law, to nuiitmoi fidelity the country, because that treasure can no hands of the heterogeneous coalition that now bhnd and, beside beirrg'otherwise -

piper in the Middle Dictrirt of Florida, fur tho : Ui< said "Tue McrclianU" and Pl.uitcrs' Bank the present incumbent have been acted upon. longer, under the control of all sorts of.State seek to obtain H in the person of one without seriously affected atttmei, 'gaVe mtfljof hope

*l>ate i4 f three moi.tlts from the day of the dale of Magnolia," to appear before thin Court at theproper Necessity it 5* not since the chief ground of bank directors, be made the basis of loans to the requisite.qualifications for the Chief.Ma of'Mlending; At lengthj hare*been iper.
tareof;and t'aatyou uakc n-lurn of this writ on the and and shut if il him that he has '
tune place w cauto any objection to H prr.'orinvdjbis mitted to come andilrejoc| .mit
rf diy oft'ic unl term of ur said Court, and of couldwhy the raid Charter "f Incorporation should and' followed the stimulate every species corporation folly.or gistrate of ,a great Republic; and who is accused among you
engagements, in footsteps private speculation: a fragment of the Nulh. with much uf ,if.I were on ly,allowed to wyia.lhia, place,
yuur proceeding* thrri->n.U'lTXEwUIOHARD. not be repealed, and declared null and void. it will be too ,appearance truth; of
O. WELLFORD, THEREFORE YOU ARE IIKHKBY COMMANDED of his predecessor. Pioper not tiers under Mr. Preston and General.Waddy having, iti public address, engaged if elect ia reference to your futurrfkibqrg: Take..courage

t'Jt-rk of our ad: Court, this 16ih day of I'hal you mike known lo ihft sail considered, HS I have been intimately aswociated Thompson, who have been whirled,like atoms ed'hot thwart Congress by the use of the be (not, dismay qd, go oo persevere tt

July A. i). 1840, and sixiy-nTlli year of "The Mcrcl ants' and Haulers' Bank of Magnolia," with his administration, and identified of dust, from iho chariot wheels of South veto power.' the kstryou, wiUala-aya.hJive.plepsurairom., *
Ameiican liidppcn mysulf.cdn
WELLFOIID. Cl rkof Carolina, as they rose in their ancient tracks Toe veto ptfwer a portion of the authority ,thought -hating so.
llurei.f that they be before tho Judge of "fits fiscal and foreign policy nod truth is font
llic measures in the ranks of say with that though my body -
Siiperi Court outhse Middle DiMrict of Democracy.The giveato the Executive by the vise framers
our Su >erior Court of the Middle District of Florida I
| volunteer and in-
Florida foi Leon County.TVOTICK would be upon as a of the General in Georgia : which going to decay/ my heart beats as warmly inthissaied
; incumbent
for the County of Leon, on the second Monday itnes. Instead therefore of supporters I ofyou government, the of '
in N-'veinbiT ncxl alter the date uf this writ, or ti-restcd 1 need not designate. They are kuown the Presidential chair can neither surrender, ei/ule, hbVih'tRe'dJsf feaVpf my
il i ii L<>reby given of the forvsuing pro.n.r.IiTg uclt other time as the Cour". may be adjourned Kikinz| what I know and believe lobe just what they have been, what they arc, wad nor trammel himself in the exercise of with age, as ft dfd at the age of'' 24 whefi I %rst

t,4 l therein, is tu I all! personN mention'd. and concern- j to, nt the Court House of raid County of Leon, inj i,f Mr. Yin Birin and General Harrison, I what .ihcy5 with to be. Some of them have out personal dishonor, and treachery to the took it n. And I cab say further with'filth,
am dirtwted.LEIOII
thereby j i*>c*<:iiy .af Tallnhj) ,.,>ec in said County, to MIOW, iiI will use the right of every member ol the had und La\e lost confidence that ill had another life giren me to Jive, I
REAl have popular ; some constitution. The veto power the safeguard
I tiling they for tlinnseive! or ran
S M*r liaJ of Die .Middle DictrKt of FW.da, any wliy the aid Charter of Incorporation ol **The siy. community, to refer t" things ol! common notoriety yet enjoy il; and they unite in their endeavorsthe of the people against improvident legislation, would devote it to the porae objectiar
_Aug.a,5 byJOHX P. K -' CKLKR. D. M. which will aid my fellow citizens in for your add'perseverance..
! Mi-reliant ai.d Plai.ler: Bank .Magnolia"should! one lo recover, the other to retain, or conjresstonal encroachment on the rights encouragement

-S TERRITORY OF FLORIDA, ir.| be rcpralt! annullod. and made void, and allS Geoigii in discoveiiiig-s t" bifb of th .se popular favor. To effect their common ob- of the States, and the co-ordinate branches of My dear friends, you have a,most c.fficnttask

I'hortio, iiiuiiunitic-ti, und frmichinftii ,, ,. lltnv ,.,.InV.. nfflv mnfillt tllR Esreti. it is neither
rights privileges >n-- .1 .i t. -i- .1 i : : to perform more nor!less than
To Lie UarsM of the Middle District, J'-.I *''* -IV T .J S-(Tttve ------ --- .IcCI, llicy uie LiiJbCi uiuvu iu the Govcrnmcut. The veto power the ark ; *
by the santo confefed, bcsi ized into posws- > a- it mny infl'i *nc"e or c:,nlrol tin- the extirpation: of slavery frorn* the vlioleicorld.
power whose have rejected of for the Southern States used for
greetingHEiir.A : slot and <:iintrol of said Trntory, and further to principles they solemnly ; safety ; '
( -'. lieretoforr, to wit: on the scvfiiKfiiiii do and receive wlul the naid Court then and thoirof great qu "iions- whose conduct they have repeatedly denounced them, it is impossible, while the equality of a Your opponents who ap"pear"th'emost

day of November, in the year of it und them, in this behalf, lull ronrider and Of a protective tariul'Oi ; ; whose objects they have always professed senatorial representation remains,and the pre. formidable, are t the,'cotton vand ether

: our .Ltiid .ine houriid eight hundred and twenty.nii'C. dirert. Arid you, are further commanded lo give internal improvements; to ubiior. It'there is any truth in the maxim sent relative proportion of the slave States i is planters in the southern parts of the- United S
a Charter of Incorporation rrns granted o-j j noliivof Institution ot this proceeding by publication Of appropriation and expenditure; States, who, Lam grieved tosav.holdsirgre
the; conditions limitations ant| rcmtrk tioi.i. Iliercinjroridrd. of in the of notciiur a sociis, it will not be very difficult preserved, for the phreosy of fanaticism and S
: her :in some puMic ncwi-paj-cr
Ly ||io |.pri il.ilive Council of lh T.-rritoryorFl i Middle District oi" Florida, f-r the FJI.ICC of three Of iln; mode of keeping :uul disbuisin to decide, from this array of his friends, the reckless of associated party profligacy to than two millions of their-feUoic creatures in

, ,ri.li. t- a certain Utnk by the! name aminje i months from the day of the date hereof. And tliul tile publi'-! funds: what reliui.ce can IK placed on ( cn. Harrison disturb our repose, or assail our resides, un. the most cruel bondage.. Now, we know of

'f the 1ASK OF FLORIDA," arcl lo all ihowko you make return of iHs writ, and of your pr >cced- Of slavny, "s it exists from the nm thrn by Georgians. dir the sanction congressional enactments. these men that they are livlrg in the daily

their* rhould! trtnme SubucriLcr, to the Mid Bank, in's). llifnori, en the lit-pt day or the next U-iin olj confines of larlanil to the S hiiie and Rdliverg. The only Chief Magistrate to whom the Mr. Van Buren is pledged to use it for that habits "of'injustice, cruelty, nd 'oppression,
.ucv ii* - our and be therefore said to" have no" true
, 'r.lhevnit.fiih day of F'ehrmry, tu the yost of I V'ZTSSS.-RIClt.RD: O. WELLFORD. Southern States can safely trust themselves, purpose-General Harrison is not. may
; muIr Efuntt one 'iusaiid ei;lit bundrfd and tlnrly.llirec. S Clerk of our n-iid Couil, lh;- 16'h' day ot CQ.itioiis of for.-is'i poln-y are ouiitt"d is one uho will tiie the influence of his place JOHN FORSYTH. fear of God, nor any just sense of religion.

ananiva paxxi-d by the Governor And Leg- | July A. D. 1840. an-J nixly-fntu yeir ol for >inn 5 to >ay, thy nic not tupirs iii the wisely to lead congressional: legislation on the You cannot therefore expect to Have the saMe

i ilidLifO! Council ,-t tutu 'IVrrilory of Florida, toa.neitd the Inrnil nce ol'llio I Unilcc'! t tate olAii IV siilfiiliil canvass, nml on the *=u' j jer-t the: subjects that must i.rise for discussion within From the Philadelphia American Serttiaol. bold upon the ConsJiencer-or'tne9e-as, you

Is : kjid 'luritr of Iiif-oruoration, a app *arnt TJca. ad*. < .if* f universal i ru firm lot Isidd I'M the THE AFRICAN QUESTION; have upon the'consciences -others} ,Bow
' 'r the tiritiyiu1 iMirtillmcnt of said Charter of In- K.G. \vriLFORDC'.cikofIl.o : coming presidential-term apportion We transferred to our columns some time then nt these to inflaettre
corp' r8ion! Iutil l 4fviiId amendment ther,- tf, t.f reci Superior Court of the Middle DUlncl f1'loridi niiikino <-hanuf.: ) j jOn ment of rep resent at iou, the system of revenue, since an able article, stripping off the thin can you get so aa
,rd in the .li'e( oE f the Mf rotary of tIe: Trrit ry l fur Leon Co'inly.TOTICK I thesis questions I lie opinion of Mr.I j the admission of new Stales into the Union their conduct; There is bat one iu.yt >y u

of Ihord an well A% by the |ribic! lalutcs 'f tIc Van Iliut en anti Grii. I Ilarr-S"ri I IM' e l-ecn m (and one who will use his power fearlessly disguise rf "philanthropy" from the gigantic must endeavor-'"make them feel their guilt
TerriL.iy of F.orid of thrGrern thr fore oin- usked scheme by which Britain hopes, at one sue in its You miisf endearor by
prinli-J l.y authority is hereby e'tveiiuf : pioJll VTioii.i forms and at difiTrr-nl peiiiMl and fully to control all attempts at legislation comcqutnctg. ,
ir and Legislative Council of tic! al! mentioned and con cessful stroke, to raise up 120,000,000 of 'afFertthcir
sune cc diiisn. to pt-sauna for. What their anwiT8 wi-re, at what lime that which is Southern. all'justifiable means to temporal
And whercan also, a law wss )pas d by the Governor crned therein, as I am thereby directed. well known on subject exclusively her miserable serfs in India, as rivals to our interests. You mast endeavor other
and Legislative C .nnc.l of the said Territoi LEIGH UE\D, Marshal and in what manner pien, are On this there can be no parley, for it among
.! and their
more happy, (even so,) aves, by
,u.s the fourth day of March, in the year of our of the Middle District of Florida, by f.ita.. M v fellow ci'izen can readily decide admits of no compromise. Those who agi. things, to have the produce of free1 tropical

Loiif one thousir.d eiffht hundred and thiriyiiinc.w Au.29. 5 by JOHN F. KACKLEK. D. M with these"lids in view, which cii thrsn gn tale it do evil, whatever be their pretences or culture of her entire supply of cotton,pay for labor brought into' the markets of Europe,

Ulh'n'iiiucig ai1d rc<|'iinu Territory to in-litute the requisite legal -at the same blow, crushing both 2'
credia such pro-inre and vit.l i-ulijects. By comparing the exnliril and act with those agitators, must look this, your victory is mre. "_ > *
against and in this
Banking Incorporations
the manufacturer .
lbe&r frunk, puMic uniform comrou grower country Now, that this is 'possible rW J this r ybe
p clive DrfiricU, as might have incurred : promp. to have, the finger suspicion pointed rival she fears far than Russia. This
Is5 firfeiturt* 01* their Charters by jton-tuer, and to nicaiionn of Mr. Van Uurcn, given with like them. No Southern man, who will read dis. a more done t there is no uetiouV.- I"1** Essf iidra .

prosecute thn same M vfler.t, so that the said Char- readiness lo friend or foe. with the rtlurtnnt. passionately the address to the people of the letter emanating from one of the most acute Cdrapaniyjulone can do itfththbselv4 ,

ten might bo declared null and void, by the Judgment 'and not unfrcqnently contradictory and the observers of the age-a Button too-whose and they can do it by means tht' '-
Tallahassee (Florida) RKcv. equiivucl, slaveholding States, accompanying
of ihe proper Courts in saM Districts,-And late visit to England has given him ample
will ol - op. ly moral and pacific, arc rdbigocui'oth'<
on of
*here ,Charles S. Sibley. Attorney of the United ANNUAL MElTING FOR 141 giving- out evidence, from the democratic members
portunity to learn the true state of the-case,
Silks fur tho Middle District of Florida, pronecu over tlui Marion Course, times by reference lo former declarations Congress from those States, can have any principle- namely; by the eutfivatitarth

ling sansad T rriiory, bath appeared on this day. On Wednesday, the lath January next, ometimet bv l l-tteri from friends and hr' *idly excuse for mistaking duty, when he acts entitles it to grave consideration. and 6y the eniptoynient! of free*l&bor.They1 .

in behalf of said Territory and by him the Court and continue 4 days free for all Horm-a owited in committees, naain by speeches al.arrang- on this question. To the imbodied evidence That arliclo was followed by an important may, if they plea eVncrt'jbiiy'have'f fie

here i is given to cndeistanrl, and be informed, thai Florids. or the lower Couulira of Georgia and ed and then by private letters for of the movements within the United letter from our fellow citizen, Mr. Credson.in high honor abofo'hiog'SfaV( ?ry raceiiitg'
the presented
said "Bunk Florida"
tutu forfeited it Charier
tI abs which the results of that gentleman's long and
in a.FIRST without Slave Trade but,the ndvntagefincrsiig
,and all tlui Iranchisws, privilege aid immuiiitins PAT A Jockey Club Purse of $lOO-i use hut not for publter.tion-tIlVy ran Stales of the disturbers of Southern repose, colonization
devoted services in the cause of !
thereby conferred, by fun-ruer, and he hath mile heats. difficulty, deu'iminc l-ich of them do-, may be usefully added a reference to what is [their;revenue, beyond all calculation; jR y'4a

prayed that tcitcfaeuu might isnuo according louw.to J-tcofiD Dt-A Jockey Club Purse of f 200-2milehesU. serves iheirVotifidenro. Should nny doubt going on abroad. The Government of Great were laid before the 'public, with'a grasp ot the first place, they have la nd fnthejr possession
summon the sid 'Bank of Florida," the whole subject, so concise; and yet so ? to.the
tho than
to appear -5- m.iiii. niter this comparison, there are two Britain which has always permitted iho Can. twenty times equal sup.
before this Court, at the proper lime and Club Purse for $5. 0-3 P and lucid, that they must have cam* jiroducefm
THIRD DAT-A Jockey lemembered cogent p1jfafl 'Eurcpe ifatiTropical'
place to show cau e if any it could, why the said othr frets not unworthy to adus to be the asylum of runaway slaves, has, miod We
mile heats, I IFOCRTH ed conviction, to andi4.
Charter of Incorporation should not bo rcpealkd, DAT-Proprietor's Purse. f 200-I m.lc in forming' n correct ju.lpcment. Mr. Vai.Buren within a few years, converted all its West every the secoh'd place; they can procurernot
lid declared null nod void his advocates find the importance of this great subject grows -oftWoooaodbitt; teas of nMlfionsrof free:la.
heats. 3 hot in 5 Entrance 10 per cent. has imputed to him by India possessions into places of refuge for
Is THEREFORE YOU ARE HEREBY COM. And the following Sweep-slakeare nrw open, where the StflhfS; opinions nnd the um'- them, and has formally declared that no claim so rapidly upon us as we refer to documents borers work;-in: the third,**ftof. isote!

MANDD.TbaI Jog make known lo.ibo said and will bo run for, if liey,are JUUd before this very pi'ii-iples; the opinions and principles inip for them will be availing, although they reach to verify those statements, that we deem it greatest eoruequencc ta.th use jth&prjc pf
*b.sk of Florida,'" and all the Presidenu.Csn'iiers, Jorkey Club Race on the three first day. expedient to continue the series, under1 the' labor rwitb.these is only fiin.a to
his friend and uauv tpree
free for all 2 led to Gen. Harrison by sup their possessions by fraud or violence. The l :.
Directors and Stockholders thereof, that they be FIRIT DAT.-A P.wt-s'akes, ages caption 'at least of this article, showing how
bet** the Judge ol our tfeperior Court of the mile heals. 8ubMjri.lion| $200, forfeit |100; to be porters are variant and contrasted -chamtl- same Government has been lately employing lost to all seme of patriotic obligation nalfpenc per da v.Yhat, aravery can sllwd

Middle District Florida for ihe County of Leon, run for before the Jockey Club Race on the farst con like they take their hues from, tbe ob- itself as the volunteer or selected agent of utterly

Os the second Mcnday in Norewiber next after the day of the next Tallahissea Jockey Club Race. jerts upon which they arrest whilryou are call the Pope in presenting an apostolic letter on the miserable,dupes .of \Englith heresy p{ ;1leirn, too,"frouf ietferiVhtch'I ife fcva
data of this writ, or such other lime aa the Court 3 Subscriber necessary to make a Uace.: them and show color modern abolitionism becomes, tnd.how need. front- iudiejand -fromhCopan&wzn
may be adjourned to, al UM Court House in iho SECOND DAT.-A Sweepstakes for three year ed upon, to examine a slavery to the Spanish American States-n ful it is %watch the progress? of the) rcason.ab have been H
City ofTshaliaa and Count/ Leon to show, oils, I wilfl heals. Subwcriplion $'200: forfeit f 100; to suit the region where they are presented to letter"which it is'not at all JmprbbaUo waa efforts now/thakirig for the overthrow- Report, that they S

if any thing they for themselrts have or can a.jr.why to be run for eforc IhetJoekey Club Race, on lhleooud prepared under influences proceeding ,from national I ndeitsi'; eb3U I ay
lU vai4 Charter of Incorporation of the'-Bank day of the ncxl Tallahas Jockey Club view.Should the belief entertained that .the the British isles. '. our Jog>md 4ort .5V vftiWak M f?>
of Florida nbould not ''bo repealed, annulled, end Race. 3 Subscriber necessary to make a Race. declarations of the par'irH themselves, or convention respecting pretext'of Krotn diate emancipatio'niTfiat.I Naw5jf we take- ito consideration all thiuc.iTj
mud. void, and all liberties, immunities, privileges TRIED IAt.A Bweep-teke fur 2 year olds, I Underits withJ3pain the scheme of pimithiog the South for its.uu, __-iL;l "j.r L-'*yjjj(f-* -'t'*/>Wnicu KJj***-c it I'Im1mt S
forfeit $50 lo be those pi friend anxious to promote their 'h.C- tEe slave .it has commissioners in-Ha: -* 'T -
and francaUcc. by the sroe confrrred, Ite seized anile out. rukacrlptioi$100: ; tridet and driving all hers producis.from.tb9.English 'to f -rtraiid
uio psa.asioe aud conlrU$ uf said Territory, and run for before the .Jockey Club Race unllie third cei are;not ynfe guides, the motives IOCIfl. yana, scrutinizing into the toratAercial ur.sijii market ] chimera
,may no, *JpKr.&e.ed l.wjW
further do and receive what the laid C n rt then day of the nc Tallahassee Jockey Club Rsces. 3SubscriUiraneriMary cealment, equivocation, or deception being of all *' / 'andLthakn r all VvAnM a*tStlfpeCteO snch'reckuessi'aiia.ti .

md there of it, abd these, in intf behalf, shall con- to mike a ttsc no powerful, try the partiea by the experi- fbI B1tbs tle COttOfAfflCfl, ..al'when. only indulged:by S *Hadtenratds Wk1WWD th.bov'hitat.
sider and directAod yonaire further commanded 8ub cript( 'n to the above Stakes can be made by S loaded land agtjatprs as Pbillips, O'C nnelf aud caiasto tcl&ion
*. give nolie of the iMlitctwa of-iJus proceeding, letter addre d lo thi Secretary of the Tallaha see meutHm rruci- 5 I |0t mevaut o tiouc, Thompson a5knthVcarefuf perusal&Ttho to CIarkspao pecJj 4qlGJ&.
Vf imUicalMM hereof; in a* peb'ifi' newspaper >n Jc iry Clua-aiiy time before the 15th day f.JJe. In varibusstntions each baji been before with cargoes whicb are lawful commerce 'inEDgltsh. subjoined' rair/CUrksbrif rrtdeiiiaW

the Middle Uutrict of Fk>riddorabe apace of throe ernbete.itwben they will be clwed; tht eotry tobe 'hie public for more ibanthirty Y'! Cpjnparetheir :;tewel* from Bierra 'Leon to anytsF'testaye steaderB af that
tnoniUt from before the RMc.5 with their cis/aml the 'n ctinfluehtial f partytnErigUud lion, WI 1Litv: 0 on hs; OWn iiutTion y., that
the of
day IM Hale har'ttd that rained tie| .veuing professioni pa cbaftt, from whence k i ._ i S
jou make returns .fUiurmriU" yboirproeeed.ngs Mr. F. P. CTCROVV now engaged at the Marlob the iesult.9fcach comparisoru JL'splI fidtlineiSt; m.sbp :wd wltH.lbern. Ithai jtr4ay.: perchance, Jught afler-ha arrvaj n Lotiuofl. aa uuei'uuuI
thereon, o1i1r.4a j of the next term of S Coorae., end has opened TPa.lng Stablee C-r ) ; bro d iTr! > 11 P. M., be was waited on by tthis.
eju uid Coert. III. S / IbeeeaaitRod Uba of ir aOUSm eti-wbeliafe HorpcaTaiiier uot iatUfied. there arc,pUjer fadflhatcnniionCiU 1 black'*Tl gizti to"tho'army by the''e'tllit** JittleJQ.Oj1O'C as our; wni abolItbpqtZ1; toI

S "*& x....tlrCHARD 43.1WCLLFORD, .Iip tfe. MI..Vo!( kiowsi to j>ing conyktiqn thetboae trly rnenVof' apIAfric 'Some of ihOstatmen as when it recollectea' '- iKafthef erkborly I Iut k tboaeechbbiitheRr ;

S Jiigt 0f MTjMid A i afte I .A. d1nault.
dajg sisiy- placed in LiCe nniiEit.nt utthrsei: prQWv.cEl! tCt.pan *! ii'cuqIlr7 since atlba'irythesWesf fn, ;iitresI ftlemiftiweNtb4
Eh y ear of%b.Ied.pdeo. S .rt.S tedtofciicbarre: ?! 3'rftOSBROWN I jobe.,1'jnc,4 -dLt b flriinWtei' 'jalie( of5thIr4V .
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the Superior Court*TU. Midale DwtrtchoCFlorida *. ;io.q% ( ,. Iiy whom be iU be supported ifthTy 1 b fIIb II' niTtilikrhkt

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1 iWr... t j J1a eoutie or, *, y. I He: inay have deposited it, jr&,an vndar- I o.1-'.'of.J.I..l'.J. ,." .. be-co 110O,_" t. ". .'. IMOMIMhwork: wttt "for_.trag the I fog their feature* from time by time the, bet. dj 'lWBag ;
that be ba it be transactions. of $** jcafl 'W tJL. i inxntlntt' of the banks and their t&eyBGttJbtf'i&c&afSedlWbeat&tyMrUtt!
i .** titeat prkE'YfU .standing wu to ,. agtjnif country,, wnagement I ter to deceive and make the people believes n uanVCk &T!

-cicfc market, ftnd/ .uedsi ibM t wanted it. Or it, 1Dabe_ that be sckUt lor such 1 l.conclusionis, .to -tt*-unaccoa'ntaBle. \ "'7' peti[.. :u4 I&rontea. ,..Tbey,,thetefora, M. *".. thi Ul ens at least"'win be honest. .AttgoeionweHforVtiae. ____i toy,tl up.-tad>. .,

wouW.we, Io' tarn the *Uftfaaet Georgia; : AT Alabama money.: The Qmmia except we consider,it a sotf oT.Jc.anaSouth-. ; choice; of evils,nrefer running the risk of barjr Tb?ey-ia alt afloat blttt:the,people':w1r thusCawiawiU'and : :

'the' oi it ia the U I tatei. ntiawooer iwbced think'that tire ff>t* h&1 ia"tIaD"1V.ilunk. QoVeVciV!that yNational tt&y Jj&pjKb t" _
wa* < d these
'epe.e. "n 'iDOW bsdtotjccsfion
: ,
=d ahai'th ot ill l leaders,to having m leform of the pre- i.T' : ; 'plr'o
gbsene they ate coming to'their 1n4 wUbouJd .. .
had borrowed senses, .
been \1Dderatood.aM aW'k
.' u if tiithoreebfrouW '
state "TJ 'at .1.' tent system,whi h, they must have, they corneathe crash.They sspend-Dd : l .
owner of it' .Would 'have to ia a short not be surprised; an a very. 6rt time wAnd Here, &.. .
the Ainencannewspap 'look ot the:Ae._, 'J : pay, do not use every possible exertion to prevent the'k wing'-oiei'pay'; what they 'oeb'rchasing U iflpiuch .. \
I tine the This ( that the Bank Director have made the the reform the .Democratic s issue of Union iLIIIS.
rtcan pamphlets'wtfcli haveomeogt upon I jome dues at custom. .may contemplated by ; upthe! bills at their depreciatedprice. a .WU'
have been and the inference grand discovery, that their bill depreciat- party. They moreover, perhaps have pu their value! down :te':25 b '
this subject; look M 4be opinion oMhe ceJetratcd : so, ,:.therefore. may And set "wroe other scheme e t

Judge lay on &is subject also; aU,.II, was a natural one, liat the specie Jiad,been[I ed., The 'Directors also -content or have some, faint hopes, ,that if the Whigs ,should afloat. ', And they the: peopl have the constim- IC.they"gain: the 'e. 'i
j I wfll tbinkIbeiU ayb"
1 .confess. nd. the'planters too confesa.-buUhe loa Itis a natter hownyer.of earthly 'con tende that reduce circulation, of.the get a control' Congress, that the State Bank I nlY do
t' influence in'Congress'might,'by uniting with J mate folly to submit to all this!, the. her. ,that he.u'
latter with fear and trembUngrihat tf Ibe importance, as regards the conduct of the bank is they trill, its hills will not appreciate, ---- bo I i .
East India Company should. resolve upon the I I the Democracy in Congress, prevent t the eftablishlnent Political Views -ol R' State BlffliU : b would have o ,C_
bank, whether it borrowed the specie from will l l not:increase in'value, -ao as bake them are who think <
of National with
a he him.
(Cultivation of f tropical products in India and, Man. Tr _
carry it to the extent to which they would be Capt. S. procured U.from him. The nia,. any; more available( ta merchants. anot.others, This is, to be sure a vain expectation ; We are'induced to publish the following *' '*' ...'n

capable of carrying thenfe-nt infill over xll teri al l point is, that they had caused deceptive ,in the payment of debts at the North* but what can they do? They.must and wilJpnrerto'share'.the AUtha estabfish i greal'prau
I I I letter from,a State Rights.man, of,this Territory : of the Ire
American Slavery. publications to be jpado in the public journals, This must have surprised our merchants plunder with National to IL' friend abroad e'ipl necessity

Gentlemen,I have menlbnedihasecircum..stances Stating Lbat the bank was organized, that it!:here and elsewhere. It is introducing a new Bank. to having reform of the system. DEAR SIB': I )have: just received 1,dee syitem-not in- the an.

not with yiew of fictfting to WK (I principle, idea in 'that They feel the truth of the aid adage, that yours only, bt in the system itself.Unie
a 'w.. founded on a solid specie capital, and u new banking, the' of the 1st iust. You .are more surprisedthan done t.t
4'half loaf is better than bread and ,
r any particular plan of operation but only to that it was prepared to pay its'bills in specie. i i bills of a suspended bank will havo the same a no ; I am at the apparent anomalous position osidernoigu.do. .
show the of having great I if f they cannot prevent a reform of the soon b
ypu pottibiltiy your I In value attached to them if the back has mil sys.of! ,or, I should rather of mdivld- lL.csnce.o simr ni We
object accomplished and $it to it, fullest explanation of the issui g of the post a em without running a risk of the establishment parties say mlk ahed, prepare

juctent; for p z ajt I gave said relative to the notes, tbo bank tells the people that there is lion of dollars in circulation, or has but the of a National Bunk and a loss of a pore uals in the different parties. I am, not surprised i ''T whole policy of the a,
I! for it what I all
Cuba but 30 dollars th of that amount What but the ion of their must the risk. wad along expected, say fate, the
United States is equally applicable to out! Verily a great part : profits they run may de on dictskxf Q
outdid that the blow and
bankinggro I not confusion
Brazil, and otbtr'parts of the .South American concern Thirty dollars in post I I ssest mismanagement could be expected, and bear the loss. would expect up I: t i bank question. .t. r be madeV

Continent; and besides, the East India I why this thirty dollars Were they intended I i I I when the Directors of a bank would put forth But does a National Bank afford, the reme. |that the DcOSiteSySteifl commence: would soon.have thought lasted CUDtr will be prolpr If the bk
.j land than dy for their in the 1?
.Company have twenty times moro I derangements currency power prov ,
as a feeler And how did they take? And such erode and erroneous notions? a little longer ;but when it failed as fromie.cessity p w
js sufficinnt to enable them to compete with I Experience tells us that it does not. Things I munity'ofgaznbleri and
t them aU. why is there not more of them? Our St. Is there 'a merchant in the country, but t were nearly as bad in 1818-19, nnd in 1824 L it must fail, all the rest followed of complete moral degradation 11 overspreads,.1

I I have only now to say, may the Supreme Joseph correspondent told us, they would I what knows that the notion is perfectly preposterous or 25, as now, although they were not of course.All l Und. 'Q.

t Ruler of all human events; at whose disposal not take at aU." It was no go. Although ? Is there an individual,having the such continuance. The following short extract this comes from the conjoined error orboth "I can d but lit to.b sure, butveeaa

are not only the hearts but the intellect of men, the people of St. Joseph were told very seriously : slightest acquaintance with the business trans from the National Intelligencer,of Sept parties in creating since 1833 some all do something; 'a d iwe't: our coo- -

\ may He, in his abundant mercy, guide your and solemnly,that they were as good as actions of the country, or who ,ever. spent.an: 14, 1818, will show what ,stale ol things 400 Webster more and State banks.and the All the power of that that j joined efibrts-: will. :
and his Ia.bora. exist while National Bank is in Clay, politicians Ev c'6
.councils, give blessing upon your may a being, ,ry passing year convinces me, -
notes of the Union Bank What says tho hour in reflecting on the nature of paper currency and exercising all its powers. Nile? school, now ,have, arises from this error 'onthe more, of vital importance m

: Union Bank to that? We have heard nothingyet but knows that the value inNew_ Yorkor ter,and no doubt all the public journals Regis.t part of the Jackson party. They fell i in. mont to th well-being of t

THE! FJjOiiIPIANTALLAHASSKE. \ so disparaging to the Union Bank, as this elsewhere, of the bills or certificates oi,f period, confirm what b stated by the Intelli te the'toils of their .opponents ; and while I i icy of Jackson precipitated society.the pel.

FLORIDA: dictum of her sister in St. Joseph. She deposit will be contingent on the proportionbetween gencer. We have although we cannot at they thought they were aiming blow at the, meat of the great contest. It cc.
ought to be hauled over the coals, and taught the amount of these bills and certifi- present lay our hands on it, some remarks of bank.paper system, they were giving it addi.I commenced, however, io a few years T,

I EDWARD. R. GIBSON, EDITOR. better manners. We, however, shall take no cates and the means of the bank to pay them, Mr. Webster, at that time, in which he lays: tional power by aiding its friends to I perhaps undr more favorable auspices I a
the body
October IO 18 AO. the blame of such of poisonous roots more widely thjougb reform fr
aLrdaY, a state things to an excess been for that
part in it. We leave it to them, either to and the disposition it shows to place itself i ina social"and politic. no plcy.
: of bank It was caused principally Whatever
FOR PILSIpE1'I OF THE U. STATES, fight it out,or kiss and be friends. We think) conditionto, make such paym nt. by an undue paper.expansion: and contraction General Jackson was aided in his efforts, certain will position da. you I take I f

MARTINYA1LRRENS I however the is If its circulation and deposits be and by influences arising in various and all I you hlsly. acor, $.
1_ as Magnolia furnishing her large, of the issues of the U. S. Bank. The Bank ways you, mosTsincerely ad
: 'tU,R LU dID Ocnate, lu me person of uuc uCher th. bank shows no disposition to itself itself the of and brought to a focus in the public deposites.Tho t
it .X>, .ocnaUc. Republican Ticket. on eve bankruptcy, was same honest intentions I claim myself and I
directors, she will be met with a sisterly in a situation to make payment,the value o f only] saved by a night visit of the Presidentof State benk.paper power supported bim.Ttiis believe there b really bttle difference
-L f OR SENATORS or .u.a MIDDLE DISTRICT. I the Bank they did as a matter of course : it was Vt if;
embrace, if the Director finds his way to the the bills and .certificates depreciate abroad I, to New York, to solicit mercy opinion between us, as time,
1 JAMES A. BERTHELOT Lron : to their interest. They;wanted check out t t
of because it is known from a New York merchant, and a BritishCanadian and manner, and excep m
lt I,. ISAAC FERGUSON, Jr.of den, Capitol. _ that as a mutter of course Government contractor, or something of the way, and they wanted the plunder of der the }of swl!l un.

it ELIAS JS. BLACKBURN, of Jefferson, The Great Contest. they must be depreciated at home. And this of that kind, who held drafts on the the deposites. They got it, and we see the than I dmii east all such 'considerations_ against me i

liL JAMES S. BELL, of Hamilton.f The real matter. of controversy now in this depreciation. abroad will be just so much as Bank So much for the Grand Regulator consequences. the am Whoever will in l >

: Territory and in the United States, is, which would be lust by the hclder of the bills and From the Nat. Int. Sept. 14, 1818. Both parties run mad after error. The cause wind, to join aiding ag

t $THE HOUSE OF REPRr.SE shall rule, the the Bank certificates having to send them to the f Whigs, whilst they denounced the course of wi say him or go
::1) NATHANIEL W. TATIVES'I' People or Paper Money place o Stocks are down, down, whilo the rates t the Jackson party,aided it by almost.univer. case may b. I will let no personal o pohi-

DANIEL RAENY Power. The recommendation, by Mr. issue, to purchase produce,or a draft that will of exchange are advancing at a rapid and sally joining with them in the creation of I cal prejudices ioter'ene to hurt the cause o i

; g t JOSEPH BRANCH, 1. Van Buren, of the Independent Treasury, bring specie or specie fuads. unprecedented rat!. The currency is is confusion |banks. It will be found, I am convinced, which so much depends."

'.THOMAS BALTZELL. was the signal for the union of all the elemei.ts If the amount of circulation be large, and -ruin and bankruptcy meet us on every (that for the creation of most of these banks Bank Favoritism.

: I : of the bank will' not pay tIzo holder of the I hand. The domestic exchanges never worse, ,there
the and from specie of than
that were more Whig votes
money power dayto many Some significant (
f;J-We Decline pubJuhing a communication notes who wish to place abroad I and scarce ever can be. The Southern bills very act are deti i i
can of
the other
money in the several .
_i& "The Rack." The Bank party this, they have been operating in one con. only.do it, by entering into a heavy competition 1. are almost worthless at the North, and the were party a few of the Jackson legislatures.There party that the extract below, from the Pontit(Miss.)

I have a press,which they can use at their will; tmuous action. S with each other, for produce or other property West it ia i nearly as bad a situation. What escaped the madness. The Whigs went for I Intelligencer: .
t; : .and pleasure. !' The bank money power had, through the to be sent abroad. This raises the is to be done, we know not. The U. States: I most of the banks from principle. } 1 BAJ FivoRrrisM-Sncovi..el- FACT.It .

If the Star will to keep two columnt.open : su pineness of the people, and, we might add, price of the produce or other property, andthe Bank can afford us no relief if even it shall Well the delusion ended- and toe Jackson i is well known,and not denied, that from

tI for the reception agree of communications of a want of knowledge on their part, of i its increased price i is just the amount of depreciation be able to stand' itself.3 party now see and acknowledge; their error the Southern counties o(this State, there in*

-4L} frosa our party, made through us, the like: insidious action, got a controlling influence The of the bills of the bank. I The Star cannot sen the difference, (at and they propose to come buck to the ben considerable emigration ,.ibi the lat i

,.fI; spice shall be appropriated in the Floridian.o over the State Government, as well as over instance- purchaser,. looses just of the that produce much-and, cotton 0 t brji r least it pretends so,) between the Territory principles and policy of the old Democratic thre yeri ob word tt vast ntusbers I
t : communications made through the editor ofthe the General Government. We its evil ic school. I thought I saw that they roust at p. were utterly Jil.r i i 'j
seller of the borrowing to for
cotton, he the the the
Star. if owes bank, gainstbat I money pay provisionand last have ran away carryw ;
1' come to this, and I stood still. I
effects now
III the workings of the 900 banks. We
amount services of the militia engaged in fighting with them such luoveablc property a* the/ I
just where I was at the first election of Mr..
o Jeeerata be not Deceived. lee and feel it sensibly in our Territory. The greater the amount circulation, ihe ft the Indians, arid giving the obligations of the Adams. I have the cud snatch from tbo fangs of the law. 11 I IHads

f1.f All sorts of slanders and falsehoods will be I Florida has been completely bank rid. The greater will be this competition, and consequently Territory to the thus borrowed the Democratic kept same position. I ceunty not l than. two hondre I
pay opposed much
money as )
party as .
circulated against the Democratic candidates the higher the and the my hare in
price in Madison
bank has controlled its greater way ; a.
the feeble
power legislation com. tiu Territory giving its bonds to a bank voice could do it, when 1'thought they
X>n Monday next. We saw a handbill issued : gain to those who owe the Bank. Hence: i bout the :ame number. In Hinds, we lean
: I
pletelyand Hence under Gen.
the Jackson.
entirety. extraordinary |to raise money to loan to n few individuals. When-it comes
the desire
jURt as .ur was going to againstMr great evinced by so many of the t j from a entitled to implicit confidence,
press exhibition made in the back to me.nnd sure
charter of i its stockholders and other debtors ; I Neither the intellect nor the moral pursues my policy and avows
of the bank: I sense ofI that of the ukobave
Ferguson, stating that he is opposed to all banks. 101 my sentiments, what am I to do ? Shall I Iumbr thusabond.one
thmw out more bills. They know that the 1 individual i is to be envied who
i'any does
banks and in favor of ] join those who with nn..y.tgbt wer
1 reducing mechanics' disagree me on almost Wbigpn
From one end of the Union to the other, we more bills there are in circulation, the greater see a great and immeasurable difference between d but .two were !
wages to 12 J cents a day. We are certain will be thc every point of principle or policy ? Shall I mCrts
S. now hear a cry for Bank Reform. Something price, ((10 be paid: in bills of the the two cases. Yet tIn Star charges change principles and abandon proportion nearly s applies tu lladi;
I Mr. Ferguson entertains no such sentiments.It bank: ,)of whatever have my my policy, and have doobt
A must be done to prevent these expansions they may to sell. I i inconsistency the Democrats, because because those who opposed it now ulcknow. we no ,also, tu the otJer principal .
; is electioneering slang, got up for the occaAion This is the secret of the wishes, hthe large they cotton growing counties., which
and contractions of the currency. And' ? I that th s people of tho ledge it to be correct ? And shall 1 do this frol
I ,1 to aid the bank candidate for the Senatefor : stockholders t and debtors to the bank, that the agrre Territory arc many havo abode.
vote that be from this time because at one time, 1 would have preferred
very may to and
circulation of the bank should be increased.A rightfully properly bound in the one **'Jliese
we assured
t Gadsdcn county, who is a director in the the termination another individual as trie Executive officer, facs are are not de
of the
: Union Bank. Democrats be on guard! great controversy, will circulation to the extent of a million of dollars !l. and not i'" the other. and because I disapproved of the nied in that region of the State ; aud wbal a -
your have n bearing on it. It will aid in producinga bus been thought of und approved. When Society and previous l teach this
i is formed us at cri
.-place no reliance on such slanders cir. government for mutual measure of the party which supported him ? lon d'he : important
.t any ; reform, or it will reprd it. It will tend to, such notions these entertained by those It ; protection and defence. The hUe Certainly not. I care, comparatively sil! "cause of this i well known. Its
sated by the Bank men. They will leave no having influence in the proper speaking i
accumulate arid
powrr in the hands of the Banks: managementof sines* of government-tta I little about the men I look to the wholly solely to the banks.
2 jhing undone to carry their ticket. and the Bank, what but ill can result. proper object of ; |policy institutions
take it from have
the and
the Tbo
people, or reverse.It which he and managed
We have also been infonned that of I aw is to prevent wrong I being done to each I. those who act with him, professto ben
one I will tend to direct the legislation of the The Remedy.The 1 controlled principally by igsand the great
other pursue.
the Bank candidates has said that one of the to secure the rights and liberties of each i of their
JUeoo members last year.aod a candidate this, country to the advancement of the few, at Wing leaders contemplate the establishment other! and conjointly defend nod I Now, there is Gov. yler. With the exception mass friends. loans were granted to their political
the of the it will of a National Back. Some of them protect the of what may'be his views in relationto the Democrats accommodations -
poled ffricc for This is another;: expense many, or give Legislation l lives and of the : in gt
property AI!
L .lander. The Whig refused or was athamcd i that direction which the constitution' acknowledge it. Mr. Clay declared, in the community at the the Independent Treasury-what they are they wer sml

togive.the name, when interrogated, but said i intended it to have. Senate, that it was his remedy for the evils common expense. But is it a l legitimate ob : I know not,-there is no difference between' large, ruinous las were mde t their
Whig and
t. .abatement would appear before the election. This Bank influence tends to subvert the in the currency; but, as he knew the people' ject of government to borrow money ut the his views and mine except that he is so much are now before d strus consequences

I $Ve do not believe any such report. No constitution of the country, and the foundationof were opposed to it, he would not propose the common risk on the pledge of the common I prejudiced he against Mr. Van Burcn mid that We state these tb country.with no desire to

candidate elected last yearfor Leon county, our government, by substituting money measure. The plan is, not to bring the qUC8.tion property, t lend it out to a few rich men, I him prefers in joining,those and whose who are opposed to produce the impression fact that the Whigs were
needed double every principles und
a vote to elect him, and the fact owners 1 land and
I in It of Bonk or no Bank" fairly before the negroes, already the he has been any less hone than the but for
L" t Aras notorious before the election. This is place ofpopqlar rights. substitutes rnam.mon richest or the policy opposing al! his life, to uniting Derts

14 p another falsehood for political effect, and got for the objects of worship, in place of people ; but to blink] that question, and if, by Is that a among richest of the country 1 with those who profess to carry out. another fact b more important pur.wfe
legitimate that
c jup ao near the election that it culd not I be l liberty. the cries of Hard Cider," Log Cabins," proper object of the his own principles and policy. I cant do the'md .pir specuLb

answered before it had its effect. People of Florida, how will you vote? and 'Coon Skins," &c., they can get the Legislative power? We say )'0. It is n this. If Mr. Van Buren was deadly personal .Southern throughout, the State, bt especially: t
traitorous t I general- was
perversion of the hope I ouotiea
Democrats believe no such reports. If control of Legislative enemy haveniorultroncsty \ n
then pow.
lilowiug Hot and Blowing: Cold. Congress, spring the Bank It is enough to make confined .or limited by, party lines
4hes things weie facts, why have they not er. treason to the Can me support the cause:. o
The Bank Conservatives havo faithin upon the people, and establish it before the : people. any divisions. The-Democrats were engalphed
been circulated time bu : great be cannot
tu to replied to. The thinjf more anomalous thaniu name a single political l prinjctjfle
jntentipa is apparent-only to,affect the elec the gullibility of the people, but we think people have an opportunity to decide upon it. each individual a community l or measure of policy, in which Gov., in it as well.as the Whigs. But.that the one

.i9a. Be not deceived. Go to the polk and they carry it a little too far. They overdo] One reason why they do not wish to bring claiming equal rights and Tyler is not opposed to the present Bank, werethe faontesofthebanksandcouIdgetunlimited

I'Gte the Democratic ticket solid. You may the matter, as wo think they will find to theircost I, the question of National Bank or no Bank"directly ; privileges, that laws should be passed, borrowing Tariff Consolidation party, with which'he,is i I accommodations, while the others

MVO yourselves a taxation 830,000 to puy, when the election comes on. before the people, is, that they are fully money on the pledge of the whole,to : now united. have were thus denied what they asked f or. The banks
tb? interest on the Pensacola bonds besides be loaned out to a You refer Eaton become the direct means of destroy
We very few, so that if to and Call
> hear I taking
them aware that of their they one I
one and many own are their
say they party ing own friends and to aidtheir
becoming liable for millions the and ; by refusing
four more. manage well the course, the old Generat another
money profit is theirs -to 1
publish it too, that hostile it. ,
the Democrats are the decidedly to There is a powerful or enemies, have thus saved them !
.- We see by the last Star, that the Magnolia3ank if they manage it badly the loss falls different courses taken by and _. *.
cause of the Union Bank bills not being as i interest in their own ranks which would go on the I Eaton is a dissatisfied and This brings us to the argument which we
st St. Joseph, complains of the Report good as that such the people It does seem strange, how the disappointed man.: bays over arid over our
specie; they have talked at)the against a measure. Many,very many, Jackson's influence, not his own merit or again urged upon

/rede 19 the Governor by the cd'tor of thisjournal bank, and of the \bank, until they talked its of the State banks would% do so, because they think moral this sense can become so perverted as to I talents, made him a great man. He is let readers, that it is the corruptions of the banks

;e acting as a Commissioner xo bills down 30 fear right. down of when that(has brought_ruin upon our State,and debased
1 I to or 40 per cent below par. that such a bank would cramp their own The course, the old chief out of r
examine }in0 and report on the state of that people may, with perfect consistency,, the He finds his and destroyed our,currency ; that it 8
At another time,we will hear them declare movements. It would, to some extent,check feel themselves bound in way. proper level, and is I Ia
the banks toe
very are not deprccia expansions contractions pay not the other. One is an I bout. You know all pursuits of honest industry,into the foul paths

tated. that the bank "borrouxd" the specie; ted, and that they are as good as ever they ; and, although it would not answer obligation of right and justice ; the other is 0 I do. As for I that stand, much better than I I of mad,speculation, extravagance and foU .

with vfcich it redeemed certain bills of I theibank were. And they say this with such a serious : the end as a protection to the public from I the I question of expediency and polic y. Let L before, I,am l fast myself where I always still. As I said I The banks::we're the'corrupt spawn:of:profligate

presented by a merchant of St. Joseph.The air, that an unsuspecting credulous expansions and contractions of Ihe currency, I those for whose benefit the loan was made, was. legislation ; and men.who thought theo-

bank says it did not borrow the specie will be roan yet it would, in no inconsiderable ,degree, i und who get the profit, take the risk. Your charge against Eaton and the Jackson selves benefitted and blessed when reposing
almost induced
to believe that they transfer tho those party, for what did i in
profitsof they bur
$ expansions and I promoting r in the sunshine of their favors, iow findwben
a.ri lensrencetbatthemoney was pro really think 90, and he will wonder at their I contractions from the State banks, and those Whiff Money. unwise' "bank' legislation, is true; but you I ft.is too l late 'that have been the sola!
PIf'I4.to pay tbe bill* iu some other way thin them : "Abont ought to include the they
noon other
I hallucination.And controlling to the N"tiOhnllnl.ilulion yesterday, there was no lit. party too. Both I cause of their ruin.M .,

J' it.' some of them, may,pcrhaj: belive it. I and those controlling it, and flourishing under tie excitement.in this city in consequence of parties joined in the evilleii' 8tlOn. Let'it I Wa. .idrg.P Ml* ,TanvK>ntM VlMlfLl...IS
This may poasibly be the case. The bank I its i expanded wings., ,the institution H_ ;-in.- -rtn1tim/._, ..,..._*. I.v .-_.._ ha corrected.' -'----- -- ------ -----
Did! w
AUU\YU well in all
not some ofth. New Yorkers believe iDM.ubiu1 C10 as the Southern counties as over
iad not the specie, when the publication in the D'o not,the Mormons really be. The leaders of the party have not forgot i its the.doors.Pntapsco There Saving Fund," having shut ,"You apprehend, I'see, too 'sudden and the,State. to ponder upon these facts, ,and tOrecollect

4qeoIgi! pjlsrs of a certain.resolution of the lieve that their bible down ten with what zeal many of the State bank* the crowd were various rumors among powerful an action on thebank: aystem. :You .that large bank favors ,*'bad 'but to!
came from who
,_ pirpetor*, arrived in St. Joseph I by heaven' supported General Jackson in puuing.down assembled' around the closed are right in fearing any,rapid change of sys. bewilder,and dazzle but to blind ;",let them
engraved on tablets of brass? Did not thou.> the late Bank of the U. State They sup. premises, as'to the cause of the sudden BUS- tem. But all the (use excitement in the and ,
the of
the raafl. Tb declared see appreciate principles our party
publications that'the
aands of Englishmen genuine cockneys most ported 'him from the i instinct of avarice and pension of operations, but we could not trace country. is got on by themselves. We want, which are adverse to this infaraous,'corrupt .

spit waf organized, and b operation, aidAroald of them, believe that the Messiah, was to be lust for power'; and'(the leaders know that if any of them to a creditable source. This is through'the whole of the United States, to and corrupting credit system ''and when

) rade" its note*io specie. This ere.jtted : I born of Joanna Soutbcote and did'tbey notcontinue the question wasbpeny] ,made BeTore.t the people but one of the numerous self.called instita- discus the matter 'calmly ,and 'deliberately, they see that ,our principles are;.'right w.e
some aurpn A and one of the Directors I ofjtb I t' so to believe, of them ..that this'same instinct would force many which have been! flooding i our communi. and re/bra alo"lyand gradually., But the hope that as on.maD.ithey will put their
ga k todkftA that he know nothing ofury I many' least of ,their present, friends iotothe: opposite ty for scrao I mooth past with .promises moment,the t evils of the system.ara hintedat shoulders to he wheel at this and important
after said great
Jttch raalB&w having been for many days the Joanna was dead ranks. They therefore sink,lib's" quut as :pa/'of all denominations under five dollars; and a suggestion,made of reform,' the crisis to establish'them such a

/_ 4 adopted' byft aad buried, she having died dropsyt? N ow much as possible,*and rely on being able ,to aad its fate will be a warning to-all'who have whole( teroity in arms. Yoti'cknnot get. basis.as:,will!.make tn m perpetual.upon"

wbeD w. find there is such a fund of credu.lity rush a bill,for a National! Bank t through Con. any'of'its' iiotes'n band, to be careful, how a word o discussion on*'the .

'... fcaawn,*. *t the,bank had Doqss.s in the human mind, why may we not. be. gress,if,they,can.gat the control\of.it t before they take !infuture,the paper:of i irresponsible They wont bear a wor or it.-.:,They sbct. A cnANcwiiMThIIIustriouaHe4 .
Jfogfeaat .o.tbe"deter.. lies that there are some who believe .toe opposing power VI, the State'*n kIn individuals or elf..tyl a institutions.** Th. Tippecaone, and. I : NNY'BAR-

., TfDCI.. Hit iaieatiM coon persons be. brought to,operate'on itbefthepeope.' mayor and police were soon among
.-. .1. *. aM.. Mt about that Union bill are .atd; preciaed.i We Why then, it way, be. "e tedt,.are'all the tbarwrrounded the doqr of the institution. J&ebafenton .that they f elt'! position I ,n WPfiur ,Hetio1" ,6a. ''Jt i'

:j i to are always ditpoaed.Io t bo charitahlet'and,, *1. _rti. banks. with very,few exceptions; ..r..I but time were ob- man tiOD. of'violence too weak.U ba and B riaoQ." .. 184 .:B.&vf1dtlS40C.E.

.. it! 1r low that:pecpj,*,do batiro\ what tJaer.y nyllUon. th*, side, 'of.WhtgiiraJ. 'Do. they ,,or Improper x>nduct.M _.BoZtinioW Am* argument. -Thy.runwiilirgth.ttho test :;. '- -'
'- ,. .. 1'pe. a tboacaod. thty btUere ptbrs,. htrw, 'art not .to -not aee'the"game-- th aiIati" .be. played. on< .tberal', j-I.t A;jwatMcltement bat 'paeq.produced.in "of, ezpiyienceIbll: ,fafrfy' ,' brought t hear editor.." .- t4.r '0 r.r.: S .

r 'l M, .," "' ..a.b 'a21aieh. baBtfTfea T..', 'aw.re' Pt u; ttJ, Btliimor'. *, by the sudden:,demise l of an mi. Q thknbck: '.. ,.'.'. .r '1 t-A Cbriovr: : <.. r. the .late

'' : =..'1 : 6. .. ;:'f ,are. the kt4! f nec ttjty: 'h,. I o'ol tlunptater bwicTrcom, '35 to '..Yo..a ofaircuriscey..the I FUAt.s-"According. tel r 1I .
I otTh Won ctt
r ... t\ie 7' choice, 'of 'tlw.backs' wUUri' j jJ 1&0'000 or Teport .
1t"W ; no 'Soip,... are ; fundaclwj., ,,.,tisfolkwdoit4b 'm 'I' !I: 'A: .i
.._U -0 heat the tUnd.that'ii* tqbv.th J sjsa ro ned. .;,theysr"wtimodtgcj i ro O. .wmr'P.VUMmI" '.. 'UI..UMI..".,'. ... Union. :25 to SO;aad Life'fe'MB t. .. tI... .I..u. '

11 Ir 1frI1MNJ ,. I _I _., ; Tbii.IO tftat sbouIdbe'dein :C1 .AcCordioI toe, .' per;'th i art Th.: I gw>lUBajifc&,., a t. JA_"t" Ddc'oae beentulVuiTrIt

AJ 4. f. m. .that .. txrm.fjearwriy? bar ertdittd ihad!. I 1, the .em'at win diroinUh, it.'evqii' There t I about( nrfycf these nuraemt of Whfg'pros..1 Ip I l wit-payf, .its e1hil, patting' ouj! t1 p; run, 1 ;.w- ". "Ii A


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A''Coba Sba.sj. .. mae who my'bvm a ciP1 *pafldflcb .. -_-.L. ;.l..Ir' 1aiit.r.r.ts.1) ." .-.'&-J.::_..:.ct'i:. # 'JttO' t.. *II I.I ,'} -' ;; ; f'w J.

rnxosteon in anlrmn ce.gsJdaSca 'mortgagor to the bank to a Chancery pro.ceas "'";'- a." tiba .-i 'J..if.r.. ." .t"._) 1 .Htf .1f .J .. 'ti ._ at.A.. '4

C of tk*J3mL Party: to recover his, debt Even if' be'. beUoekbead JIM to Uu"n.., & _.. .C!.. DvN. ... tecl .. t TIUI. '1 J t" i 1 ,,.'.'. .JI .

McNrLPt, enocgb to be.at tfao expe&ce of to.tttatiof AJl. ." .. ... : L ,R.'a". I ,-*.Ai- kJr.ilt." *h..It\ i '*," - Daral, Tb. ailigI4iaed bI.gIi_i 1"181 .-... .,. .Draij--.I./.6! 7 t.'tII -NEGzPT4Vc'flo N--
chancery process,be call oljr get vbea the tuflagp. maade$ Ie&e eVe dke. 1. t .
W .
&. ,
Brown, relief where the debt of the mortgagor is'd e. ;*ffia.4 for adsptlo by' Us lUf.hurch .A.T.$* P. :: .H w SCHOOL: .;BOOCSv: ,$ *.* Clusa-'.1-,.essla,3.n ga,7 4_. t i,"i-"jiatSA.lt nt.L.. .. rWilL,.be.ei1.a Siik7 bist W*is! .f, .2.:'Y.:,
Banoennan rhtcb is the with1 tw .Ith. btithethat V Aaj >Sehel Clilitf'rf'I1i" 1 .
If it be not doe case ,the _Wotes* 1 him, f 'I' Mii.tMdil '1. .
A.F. Daral bank the aa4 th JRnr,Coiua- 'W.sasuzvha a few Antaiswrie tad Oraaaowr,WeesSridga.Oaagrv ; : : ... ""A'1istvNEOZOVVZLLOWc'.jed asoat 22
the :
crsditorvll] have
to : '
arPrpnate DaeMesWayt l. .1
( "
Chief mortgages aai pb,.,sad AUaa :WGell'ra amd AOaa at If M. :ytara <* 4 0 4.- .sL-1.UACELET.:
Bembry acting iu bsaPftili""It 1 I .-.. ,,4. .
to wait some toety beforeb. can ? Departaea** day,, .'.tIP.1f. It .
yecrt get la vww of. wrarar fiietSMfwha .hld Olaeya Geevru by and Atlas Walks CHoUeesv caJi.i4'oe1ILi14o.; 'II- .
'rle.tJ of the Hard Cider mysteries.3d. his money A very excellent process Mr. tran jr'mjatiriovs Prv'ne* baa viatUJ M, ia ::7 ja2t's Eje1d,Dei'A1 ,Yalpys Greek ae..1h' at1A'.M.. :; -.NQRQF.S_AT 7'AUCfOft, l'

FUgs. D pont for a poor man to recover'a debt by I'tbe !lau of oar Mu c. the debt for. ,. J.Rica w. Uw awatben aeu.b\daiu. LaPs GmuNatIoia1S1liajr .'OM Jle ; d'. 1".* "t ; J
4th. But suppose is due. A process ,in of the MvUwdiatpiKopal > U ,. :: .Oi,8 rt' dai 11thiai4 _.
6th. Praise of Gen. Harrison. I Chancery x>nly secures to the second creditor 1! ainich,40 adopt Un fall l .iac:r*.*l. EkmaaUry-SpeCuur' Book Copy .- ; .Departs Teiadays, 1- at, 5 A. H"' :A f.-NEOZOWOMA.gedsb.et$1ysasandbsTu1hIbst4Jeeroid. .

eth. Laudation and glory' to the Banks i I of lions, ..&It, exprcssj i. of. the equity redemptionend in order to get noararai ocoutoo.- .8 : C
the Ragocracy eneInl.. claim I of HU CMa'4. B.lIet -.a43 n.w-.1r. best TfHfidmnlKfDooTucedajs Watj. :' c.InNt.. .. .. .
-nd I, bid own perhaps a hundred dollars, Revolved, That| we waetrelj sad deeply deplore ,i: ""
at N. '., ., ; .LBACKLET.r. .
Buren. JAt t- 14i
Van and .. S
7th. Abuse of Mr. he may have to advance the whole ofth the heavy nl..itl..k-h hn befallen oar comma.oitv. Writing Paper- ; Envelope, Drawing .Depalta d.11"I' .. '' tfSalfp. JI..q ..-r. .tIt ,. _'
and '
8th. .Abu e of pistols their opponents Bowie in knives general., dag. 1 I debt due, (it /nay be_ five or ten thousand Received.in the,decease That wo.alibis Under devoted cordial rainvter of God. Wrappiof Packet Paper Poet P.; Folio. ,'.Dd lust every, sCooMoe other-description ialPoUaad Closes previeas evening*, ._ ihVe4.t3ae kelp4ai- kBoardndLuntsirSO; ,.
oar mpalh v
9th. Display dollars.) on tire An admirable of JgckanTvilicMail: lMOt .:,)
all!! showing conclu. I I mortgage to our brelhrcn of UM Presbvtemn church i isHhto BlMkJPtprr; Mayaaid fc oycs', c ,1,
dirks/aDd sucks I relief to creditor Wa&denX! Reeves ft Kent's Steroid Doe T.nca at It M. -'
veTs of the candi. I a poor How many per. their cad bereavement in the deceaae of their be. BUe labs; : i : .
ife'llhe' booety and ability should ,' sons did Mr. Dupont ever know to have re. loved Putor and that we moUlD Uieir. 1 Ion .aa oar BlMiJak .in' pints' "'anJ quarts; AValkden's and Departs sanM- days. ;. ,. :at t P.alii .". Dinner / .I 00 .j
dlteB of the party and that the people I,I it? Did lose. Knrt's ked Ink ; German.:'Copying Ink; Sandboxes Closes P.M. Sapper *> S p .
elect to office men so well qualified i course to ever know one? We Resolved That aa of the and t IakjUti, Wsfer caps, Pounce and pouace TaHahanser, Sent. ..U.co., ; '- Breakfast, 75Lbdfla .
aDd oust for the Ragocracy. I|I put it to him on his conscience, docs he think 1 veneration we foel for totlmoiij the character or our respect boxes,,File I Presses, Black Sand Wafers oT all eo- oct 3 10 J. o. SKARCTP.M: 'I // W
to stand up of the Innocents, the that there is one poor man in Florida. fool. brother we, tbo members of the Methodist Episcopal Jon and mars, Scaling Wax ; Prince Albert, Tie- Valuable Sugar Cotton Plan Board and. eo OOperavaatU.a .
10th. Persecution ,I tons, and Common Steel Pens Letter .*l! r'bytbeqr. 50.00 '
enough to pursue the. course he points out, to Church will wear crap va the left arm, for the ; Sitar .r a1 v .
Banks! I of thirty Penknives, DesL:knives India Rubber, &. &c.. !! f/ Board wilhout LodaSnj r o& 45 00 M .
collect debt from rich pace dajs. ,
a a ? Couldhe
mortgagor HE&i.eriber will selhlsisplanitiks the .
on 4 tot
bad UM 2 .
Gov. Reid to run away. Resolved That ALSO- T ) Ie. by v. % 00 .
lltb. committee be to '
The Bankites have all the decency, I possibly have the conscience. as a lawyerto transmit a copy of these* proceeding appointed to the elders Blank Bill Paper Bills Lading, Motes of band, E*. Wist side Suwsoee river,al Ih Old towsMidi.oueuuntyknidi. .Children _and.colored servants, half price "b1t

12th. in the recommend a client to take such a course? of the Church change Dra( .. JUmie _PBMT._ _.. _BlAliinv___ Paner. PUv. i Thntand was purchain ;fall P9ce.: -
uA honesty. and gentility, country.! their Preabvterian and throng them to lag Cards, 1 Ritchie's pSLCICO fUIgPU.W1t'bapparatus in !. at public sale*,at a' price 200 percent Horse feed each meal!, eo..m. !
13th. The Democrats want to get into of. We are at times astounded at the wilful accordance membership feaerallr.In complete. higher than any other lands'iofd at that time>> .b1tbeu1.. 1 00 per day.
with taM
,r rule and ruin, and plunder the coun. the resolution, Dr. J. W. They were selected with great care' aDd trouble! ; 'by tke m_oth 25 00 month.
and Malone ,, per
&ee, I deliberate falsohoods of some of the Whig Major J. M. Gilcbriat, and C. H. Dupoot The Book and he eonbdefrtly' asserts that thy '.ruloI' tor- Candles f each s .I
Bindery ,
I presses. We see now a charge made against were appointed to constitute the committee. Is also pasted by any lauds. in Florida -lbe growth ol Fire, single 60 "
continued where all of .
kinds work be
tTli4th. The Bankites are the most honest, Upon motion it was ordered that these proceedmg can which consists of sweet wild .,' '
'gum, eberrytautber.rwaboo -
I Mr. Van Buren that in Mr. Poinselt's done as ezpeditioasly heretofore. Blank Work bythemoatb 10 00 per month.servants .
bo as ,
and people in the world. published iu the"Cluincv Sentinel, and in live .
gosible patriotic the "Stsr" of all descriptions, made to orderand ruled to maple, magnolia oak and undergrowth Gentlemen :will be charged la aO case .,.\be
They dont want office at all ; their sole object for organizing the miitia! they are made sub and Floridian D.S. M'BRJDE, Tallahassee.Chairman.C. pattern suitable for Banks, Public Offices Merchants any which cane. Tbo tract contains 1,396.16 of day, unless they stipulate for a longer period.

ii *fa great interest* of the coimtr y," and ject to the rules and regulations of the army, H. DproMT, Secretary. and other Deed, Record end Docket lays one there mile bas on been the river cleared aedtoaida 175 acres. half The miles land Accounts' are expected to be settled at:v the end of

chat they do love the people, the poor people, when called into the service of the U. States. Books and all other Bis ok Book, can be obtained back, about 30 miles from the mouth of the river. -every month._7_ aepll
For New York. at boit notice ruled and bennd in any style 'rreqoiiod A PBOCJLAMATION.
dear people. the good people, the kind This is It is never subject to overflow.;: One-sixth of the
be represented as a cruel and unheard of and warranted Northern
; or BY REID.
to distraction All they think The ,fine barqae ST. HELENA, equal any purchase money la be paid ia cash,and the balance: '
people ether
honest oppression-one that ought to strike with hor. Particalar attention paid to five Governor of Oe Territory'of JTorida.
of the Hill, mister, will sail for the above in equal annual iastalmeats with inUrst. He .
people-they care '
boat the good with rebinding old Beokf.Newspapert.MagasinesvFain. will lakerfbr of the 'Circumstances) &tti..m t&o receat di-.., at
despatch. For pert purchase
free port
in the fieight money
These or
jathing about the banks, or the rich stockhol. every man country.. passage apply to the CapU oa board. phials, Mute Books, l/en ia plain or ornamental at fair prices. For further1 particulars apply to C. Indian Key, 1a41.elag UM. .baikf that both, wbito

knj! Onno! They hunger and thirst to knaves, who are thus deceiving the people, or 1.0 McNAUGHT & ORMOND. binding or to retch patterns. S.Sib I.,, E.qr,Ta1l baa ee, or to the subscriber. persona aad negroea are leagaod with tho'Indiana

and do good to the people pretend not to know that such is the law at Oct 10 11 Port Leon. bas The heretofore subscriber, thankful for tbe patronage be St.Augustine,-if by mail postage to b* paid. in their detestable warfare againallae) aoopie of
-rre received, hopes by a strict attention ..WATSON..September Florida. I bMabr offsc a REWARD OF TWO
ffkat lay the people to these fourteen solid this present time, and has been such ever TEN DOLLARS DEW ADD. to his bal DeN,t.o meet a conlinnanee the same. 26. 1840 9 3m HUNDRED DOLLARS, for the. apprehenaion
of the BnnkUes J ANA WAY from the subscriber, oo Wednei P. A. HAYWARD. and Into safe ol
argument since the first organization of the militia after R delivery custody each and.every
-- I day the 7th uut a Negro Woman nameJ T&llahasaeeOct 3. 1840 10tlST Diaaolallon.;of Copartnership. white i* wae* person or mulaUe, who shall be %

Mr.( Power DUVA.L is out in another cir. the adoption of the constitution. From the Caroline about 35 years of age. Tb. above reward UF LETTERS remaining in the Post THE Coparln.rship heretofore existing ander found aiding or abetting.or iii any' .tb.r way as- .

: necessity of the case, it must be so, and this will pe paid on her being delivered to me,or I al Tallahassee on the lit of Octo style and firm of Frameu& Hart is. .this sisting'the Indians in their hostile moveineals iaeursioas. -
colar of rather more rigmarole than the first. lodged in any jail so that I:can gel her. ber. If not, take out within three months, they Jay dissolved k>y matnal consent. depredatioiM or butehcms.J .
He complains of being misrepresented in the I is the first time that any objection, *o far as THOS. B. CLARKE. will be sent to the OeoeisJ Post Office as dead Utter WM. H. FRANCIS nil _pon-all Justices'.this5 PaaW threof hoat

we know, has been made to it. The law has Tallahassee Oct JO, J840 1 IS j *. Perraos applying for any of them will pleasesay LEVI HART. the Territory strictly to carry into full effect the
docs not venture to to
Ruridian, but attempt been executed without objection for some for. O: The Quiucy Sentinel will copy three times, advertised. The Tallahassee. Sept. 12, 1840. act eoneerninr Patrols approved: February llth
bq.iae.'wm be continued in WiLham
show bow or in what. He pleads guilty to and forward account to this office. Anderson Walker 3 Johnson Wm S future by 1833 and all Uayora, lolendantt,Aldermen, Mem,
for the militia law, by which the militia ty years, anil now it is a horrible offence to qUINCY FEMALE INSTITUTE I'I, Allen Scrgt Henry Islet F WJohnson H. Francis. 9_Sep 28 bets ef Otineti; and other officerspertainrig to Ci-

voting continue it in a modification of the law. If AU Almus Cspt James Tin Ware Manafacton. ties Towns and Villa, biit e Territory, are ex-
might befogged, and justifies the vote. So : rtpUK: ANNUAL EXAMINATION of the Armstrong Joseph 2 Johnson Capt Joseph THE Subscriber continues toe.", oa the abou boiled to "lil.ace.1Id strIctness ia UM enfarco-

If be thinks it right, we do not think I the people can be duped by falsehoods and Ladies in this Seminary will com Alexander Heniy Jones Richard; ;in all its-branches and keep constantly 1IM0t .(their Police. ?
be it. impositions of this kind, it will go far to es. mence on Monday, the 26th October,and continue Allen Milton C Johnson W 8 oo hand a general assortment which be offers I. entreal the inhabitants sot 'to desert their
jtwoith our while to waste time in trying to.. six days. The StadenU of the Male Department Adam. Harrison Johnson G C S al wholesale or retail to sail p.rebaser homes bat to ana themselves compl l Iy, and assist
hit opinion. tablish the truth of the Federal doctrine, that will be examined at the same lb... Parents,Guardians Alexander Aliss V Kinky Elijah WM. H. FRANCIS. each other in the defence of their settlements.

change they are not capable of sell.government. and the public generally, are ii.vited to at Drown J B Kerset Charles C Sop H 9 Munroe street., A ,Block House ahoud! be ,constructed in every
He complains too, that we nude some re. tend. R. L EDMONDS A. M. '
Brndcn Dr J A .u ina JUSLJoyd Strayed or Stolen neighborhood and every .oase upon the frontier,
narkion his votes and his address when he Whir madness.A _Quincy 8ei't. 30lh. 1340. 11 4t oct 11 I Briant Daniel Nicholas or in any other exposed siiaition, abvatd be pjotect -
: the subscriber, tbe 10th instant '
v&ikL& If a candidate's being sick is to leading Baltimore journal declared that LIST OF LETTERS reinaininiRg in the Post Bullock Cspt ED" Lively LukeLavender FROM HORSE about six years old, fourteen d.by a pi.:1eLOt'.lisacfe.l .
Bogert Jam. R Robert Every citizen wbether at home or abroad,should
at the
Georgia, on morning hands
his high branded on the left shoulder with the
be 11 exemption fronvhfiving political the Banks were always the strongest when of the first Jay October, 1840. Such of**id Batch Hon Judge? L avitl R letter 0,black and taiL Tbe said horse formerly be prepared stall times la repel be attacks. (the

tim.( and course examined we fear that Mr. they had the least specie." When, therefore, letters as shall remain tbreu months ther.after.vili Bryan ThosBlackborn Marlin John L or P (ror- belonged mane to Mr. W. Taylor. A liberal enemy, for none ca'n tell when 'or where the Seminole -

Dural aud his Uank compatriots would al. bo sent to the General Post Office as dead letters.Akridge Major E E sign letter) will be given for' the of the said reward Indians may appear. .
viva be sick for a month or so before the they have none, they are very very strong James McAulay! Matron Bund James S Mynck C.pt JohnBetgerLieutiacs horae to W. &delivery H. KINDON. Scattered amf at a distance from each other, aa

e1e ou. Can the Star tell us how strong our Florida Autley George McAulay Foequi! McCsnts Joseph 4 ",t28 9 Jefferson atreclTahlahaseee.NOTICE. many of the dwellings of onr citizens are, it is impossible
that the
Nathan or the United Slates
If, however, Mr. Duval is very particularly banks are, on this Baltimore Whig principle Atkinson Mrs John C H MAdams MeKinnon McSwaiu Caroline Ma Icon Bailey Barrett Thos Miller MaoerC.pt Mrs 8 Wm or that ot the Territory,can adequate protection

aniious that nothing should be said about It is too bright an idea to be lost. Cant the Atkinson D 2 McLeudon William Bennet James McVoy Daniel TAKEN and lolled before W. C. Campbell, to alL Our people nillJt..J much upon

him iu the Floridian w hen he is at any time editor of the Star work it up into Consent' Atkinson Henry J McMellon! J S Bloxlum W 2 Munroe George of the Peace for the Gmnty of' fearless hearts,and upon grins well charged. and in
Babcock Mi.s Mary Moor Christopher Leon en the Slst day of August 184'' by Hester good order It is notorious (nat tha determined
ncd nil! who U his Alderman Daniels McLean D E& K
sick, tell us family physi. live materials for the present election. Bradley Billing.: McCaleb Alexander Barefoot, residing in the second or Tallahassee resistance of a single"man*Las oAca put many Indiana
dan, we dont l'.ow but that we will be wil. Browning Barber ar. Daniel MoCreo.ThomasMcNeill Bembry Mr M Morgan Peter 2 District: of said County, a small chestnut Sorrel flight. '.'
A .
lirg, wheueter we wish to bestow our alien- For the Floridian.Jr. Jaiues Virgil M David Bsltzell Thus 4 Miller JohnMcCormick Horse, aged about nine years with smajl saddle Finally, 1 call upon the pcnpleef Florida to cherish .

lion on him, to send and enquire the state of Editor -111e election is about takingan Bennett Bryan Catharine Murpliy Martin Absalom Billingsby James A Dr Chas 2 marks and a small blaze in his face. ,valued. al fifty among themselves' tho..e sympathies which nat-
Old Leon is Bannermsn Chas Maxwell Thomas dol'ars by E. I. G. Tillinghast, S. N. Daniel and urally flow from a common'n'eri.,. *
hw beafch to ascertain how dose of animated turn. yet uprightin Bealie William Mann Luke
strong a Chair. B 8Cbiptlead McMillon Dr Robert J.. Barry. sworn appraisers-..wluch. said Horse, if' I ask them to defend themselves and to help and
Ibe Floridian his constitution will bear, and spite of Bank talk and palaver. The peo. Burnry David Morrison Isabella Henry McKiune David hot claimed within the time prescribed by law, support each :ect.up'aad.IO fead-tkeir best aid for

proportion' it accordingly.Wbigistu pie considered the matter last year; and they Brs well James Maj! Meredith Norman Nelson AnnBryan James M Cohroii Jjmct Maney Daniel will be advertised and sold agreeably the acts of furtherance of the efforts etude fay the United States ain

have been deliberately regarding their position Carter Solomon Nolls!! Mr Cr lwclilt II 2 Maher Wm the Legislative Council in such cue made and provided their behalf.
nuidllarIordCoiivciiiion institutions and let tell Carter James W MacDan.ldVm DMcRAENYClerk. Given under my hand, al the City of St.
to the banking me Cark: Wil'iam! Parker
I Federalism.Massachusetts I' I' __ _, __. __ .1._ h_ _. 1.1.=__ __.1 C W UaacParramore Ca.|enter Richard Nicks James R _Sep3. 1840. 2.n 6 By W.C. C arseix, D. C Augustine of EutPIedds;this 24thAugurt
I I.you, SO lar iron plaYing me pan UI UiUJltIlWU j Carroll Caleb John Cady Cart A 4 Newborn T DCar.iiarkamI 1840.
Whipgery delights in honor. I Cleinmons Colour, Pork and Bacon.
about without CharlesCarleton R04df'nberry Sampson
children, by turning cause or ItUBER1.tAYMOND REID.
Neighbours JamcvNicull A 50 bbls
tg: the Blue! L'glit Federalists' who got up allowing themselves to be diverted from their I Isaac Seward Mrs Amanda ; Campbell Win C Henry 2 2U bbU PlUME PORK Governor eX Florida.'
Crawford Wm B It EicI Smith If Pa
tnd sustained the Hartford Contention. Cftk they arc resolute and fixed iu their SellarsJobnSloan! i ram ore Carr Wm A Oruians Mini Hellen 2 o caiks S.IJES By the GovernorJ. -
purpose I kitsl. ., .
f ElorU7
Clemnions Oliver 3 -;Becretmrr .
Win do HAMS
members of the Legislature Massnchu.. determii ation. They expressed last year by i Davis Daniel JohnSliefficld Greenbcrry C "" .
Cur G or nColcnian OjBuer Commanding Co. Now landing from scbr. Virtotia, from New Or-
of hundred votes. their voice 1 Engl.rh Corn liu. PliuySmjjletary NOTICE. .
Ktb IbO voted for the Convention hun. I a majority two J leai., and -
one M'IM Lucy H A 6th Infantry fur ale.by EDWIN W. DORSEY absence from the
Eubank Benjamin Henry my Territory Co!.
dred and right arc now alivo. These are all of condemnation of Ragocracy Bank tricks, Even J& 'erFiitch Singletary James B Carter Mm Amelia Pridget TiIiuCar.hinoCurLer _July S5_No.'3 Berry. R'>w. DURING F. Wilson ia my authorised Attorney
and Bank scheming. They will now do the Eiiza Patter 51 rt ElizabethCriltenden in ... ,A. R.STEPHENS.
lfti lint three arid of them Moses Smith Seth D Beckwitb'a Fills. '
f tixly-eigJit now
amc. They see and feel how they have Fulch Isaac Smith M',IH*,, C Dr U E Payson Mrs Catharine S SUPPLY of this celebrated teaiedy for Dyspepsia TaIlabiuesAeg.17, 1340. 4
I bold I Collins Juhu B Park. David A .
important offices in Massachusetts, ap. l been duped, and deceived, and injured by Gregory MoabGitaon Smith Sliadrach Caldwell John Pybell Mr warranted fre-b and genuine. Ju"t IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OFWB

pated by the Whi s. Bank flatteries and Bank promises, and they Owen Smith John 2 Ch.pnian Time R Patterson Dr received and for sale by MIDDLE'DISTRICT OF FLORIDA,
W W Smith Wm t oly 6th, 1840
Tkirly.cight men are now living, who, mean to mark their sense of it, in a manner Gei..er Hurst John W Singleton Hansel 1 Clrrk or Secretary Paulira Lewis RANDOLPH tJS.. IN CHANCERY.

from time te time, hate been elected to Con. not to be misunderstood.It lTender! on John Todd Wm Florida Conacilncarhorn Putuam J G TAKE NOTICE.; Oliver rfesley' and Jaawc Fitch)

grass as Federalists. All but Iwo are lIar -- is. true---- that--- this .vear an unusual mode of I -Ilandcock- -- Jonathan- Todd Thomas Williamson- .0..1.---!. --...III Major. O P..Patterson-.._.-m- .Poll-'t". John; !.. T a'C r4iHE_ for Public three arc certain hereby PrmnT.cautioned. ., ._" .V.from..__trading'....-..- ..td, pariners Uadine; under the I G -
been resorted Thomas Nancy -- ------- --- of ,
procuring votes has to, a moans Hardy J flnlJane j lw w.1 .Vk rm Besleylr Fitch; Edward : i.
ODonaldson Master Fort
*(w Wkigt.Oftbeyimrtfen. Haudcock Mary Thompson Mrs AnnIlullingmworth Fanning and payable as follows, to wit: C. Richards. laac, H.Bassettand ,
unknown to our
hitherto almost J J Rawis Mrs
Martha J -
On. note dated J lIlt Nov. 1839 and
Vtckern! John L payable on
electoral candidates in Mas. a display of pistols, an array of armed indi. hayes George Stephen Vlckers Mia Ann EHjye Dor.ey Ell.ill W I R jbe/ts Hiram the 1st January 1841, with interest from lit Jan RbortW.Ab.ru under the firm, of partnerstrading Richards .;-. ...

ecbuseiu all but three are old .Fedf.rafotc.Erery ; viduals threatening violence, and trying to Duke Whorlon William D DcvinaJS ReecciDihir. 1840-amount $2, 08 00. Baaseil 4- Aborni.Joseph. CROSS BILL

member of Congress from Massa. support a cause by intimidatio i, whe.. they Htiublrlon John Willia n James WillisDoyonhiul Robert. Nathaniel I One Note dated llth Nov. 1839 and payable on Brewster and tLemuel firewater roa *
lIuhl.'J..hllV.I..inha, Wm flHivh Mr Ryan Joseph D ,the January, 1842, with interest from 1st Jan.I84U trading .as J. > L. Brewster DISOVERYand -
diuetti and This e
\ho opposed the war, and is now cannot do it by reason argument. Dewey JoelDawson Reid Gee R R 26 -amount t&90 00. : ,
DanielValu Win Wa/r.an KombalJ in behalf & REU '.
luug eight in all, arc HarrisonVhigs. shows the desparation of their cause ; but Hadey! Louis Lee Whitfield Miss Martha John Itedman M'D Cue Note, dated 11th Nov. 1839 and payaMe if thenutelves and such other .

W the tvtlve Whig Senators and Repre. they, and those who pull the wires behind llsitMiiaSA Jane Douglass Mrs Eiiza Riddle J the l.tof Janaary. 1813-with interest from lit Jan.. judgment creditor -of James J.I.I -

Kxlativesin Congress from Massachusetts,all the scenes, will find that they are mistaken, Han Dr Horace John "
Ely L
5*top are old Federalists of the worst stamp. and that their arts are discovered. They Jones Jones Henry Allen H While Williams Thomu John Foster Lewis F Southerland Sumpter Dr 2 Dan'! B rd notes as are security siguod thereto by the Subscriber and payable and to tribute.&c-C.sspiain.ish axdUreliiuBirge .'

Of the Federal who know that tho desperateness of Fubcs WmFaircloth Safford Win II 1
twenty.two must now Jamieson Humphrey WilLon James 2 John G. P"ttus or bearer. the co..sideratjoi for and James J.Birge,
fcd< against Mobroe in 1816, seven are now their cause is manifest. The people see and Kemp Peter Young Michael Wilson Spoand, Mrs which the above notes were given having rilil..t,1 I DtfentUnU. "

-.and all are lI.rrisonThi feel it. They are not so dull as not to know Lewis Ferriby Yates William Fisher Wm Saxon Rev Henry 2 will emit pay time same or any part thereof until appwaring to the Judge by affidavit that. the
Lawrence Stewart Miss
Foby Ann
compelled law. THUS. IT
Well might Mr. Webster say to the people : that such a course could never be pursued by JAMES WOLF SMITH, P. M. Fair Joseph Smith Burton Montkcllo Jefferson Co., Sept. I9ih. 1840. Urelius Dirge and Jam.J. Birgo defendants
f! the of clef at Persons calling (or of above letters will i above named residents without the Territory .
Alexandria "We have made Gen. HarrSe I a political party,until certainty any Gaillard Mr. Ann A Sheaharu Charles 8 41 are -
1 our standard bearer." There ought to rendered them desperate. As the pwpls of'I please say they are adv rrlaed. Gaillard D A ShureyG .of Florida; but witiiic the United States It
h the I' Geo., Oct. 1, 1840. 11Notice. Gorman John B Scott ReubenTromer A BARGAIN ia considered and ordered that the said defenda&ta,
inaertedon it Hartford Convention Fede.ra1i.m. Leon not to be bribed or cajoled into
ore I H- \VILl. SELL A Ureliue Birge and'Janren d *
Green Lieut Col John 3 John I BARGAIN in the TRACT > I. Bim o'appour and
." support of the Banks, neither are they to be I is to forbid all persons from harboring I Graham Mrs Sarah Trade well Dr Wm OF'L.\ND. whereon I now reside, laying on answer the ,said'complainants 1i1I of compTalnt,
fear of their advocates.No THIS the west side of Lake .it bin four months from the'dati of'the first
hnahassee Correspondent of the 1 forced into it by a trading ia any manner with my wife GerowFP Taylor Wm W Micosuckee. 20 miles N. E. publication
Friend Privileged Classes. Marenda Thomas oa my account, as she bas positively Garner John N R Taylor General of Tallahassee, in the County of Leon, adjoining of.this.., ;'otherwise the said bill.will
St. AuffuatlBC Iewa. refused to live or stay with me any longer, Haywood Wm Thorn Seaborn the Lands of Geo. E. Dennis, Eq., Capt. Juo D. bo taken pro CI1I Ju-: It is rb.roitizo4jat
Uu the Editor of the Star yet ascertained I TRUTH ACKNOWLEDGED.-The New York and I am determined not to pay any debts of her Hukins MichaelHolloman Thens Samuel Paiish and others containing 640 acres of rich oak this order be pabluibod iu ooepf.Ihe' newspapers

fan his brother of the News whether the Star of a late date. a prominent! Whig paper,, contracting, after this date. Jesse P Thornton Benjamin G and hickory, and hammock'land*;two hundred and printed and published' aiTlauaseein! the DiaUricl.
I I JOHN FD. THOMAS. Huston Edward Tilling bast Mrs Adlioo tweuty.five acres of which are cleared and under aforesaid, once a.week for(our month** *
TiOaaaaaee correspondent of the latter was, used the following language: TslhshaiseeOeL3, 1840. 11 2w Herrirk Wm Ellis Veal Wm cultivation.! A never failing alream of water mae Dated 31.t.Ley of A" d.A.'Q. 1840.>

lithe Star pretended to believe him, a Loco I "We are bound to admit that a part and no -- Hill Lieut John II Wilson Samuel through thi* tract of land. The BUILDINGS on -. ALPRKD'BALCH.

'a. This correspondent our raadcrs ".m.. inconsiderable portion of the Whig party in FLOUB.f Hayes Milt Eliza A Wilson John the premises 'are, a comfortable Dwelling House, .Jude of tho District of Middlo Florida.

"collect, represented himself as one of the this State is tinctured, and strongly too, with life BCL3 PRIME:iORTHERN FLOUR.( Hicks Wm H Wilson Samuel B S Negroe Houses and Cribs,a good Gin House. :Test-R. Q. Wfai oari;Clark. 1 Bep ItWOTJCK.
HIt for sale by Cotton Gia and Screw. With the Lead will be
!* f taat threatened to tear down the office Abolition feelings. V Hall MiM Efitabvth Whie; WuiWalker LECTOE ,,
oct 3 10 JAMESE.BROOME&C.V Hearth D L Minor SWm old, fifty-seven shares of Union Bank Stock anda '
*&e Floridian." He made quite boast of "We fear, from recent indications that the .- Harley Peter G 1Vbitt.more email lot Negroe*, if waiit d.' The Unas will .L JOTICE is hereby given that an electioa'for

lift if be thought it a most praise worthy Administration at Albany is too much inclined BUD QvunT.naba .. HarrwMiss.MT Wallace Andrew M be liberal-apply 'to the Subscriber, 'on the* are.mitee. four. mmkr.ofth.HsfR.piaaaj,,,
JC the
October 2d, 1840.. LejWaiive CeoaciL<:la. Tsrnts ,.f Flo. .
ttbns to carry out lila patriotic Whig prin. to the influence of the Abolitionist in REGIMENT ORDERS. Johnson James P Walker MwLWhioMou LUKE- '.. LAMB.- rid*for tWCooaty Leon; and for four nemh,,ra

pk The. Star, to get, over the effect of which case, it will be necessarily at all haz. The Seventh Regiment of Militia under my command JewettSAS ElUs Sept. 10th,.1840..._ 8 let' of the Senate for tha,Middle;District .0.beheld

*th*a'W al of cuch threat having been made, ards to counteract the influence." will assemble fur inspection and 'review, at Johnson Daniel Wyatt W. lIfoBBLS. OLD- RECT1FIEtWilIStiV, oa the sensed! ,Monday..of.Oci ber Mil sassing. .'
Wu to think This is a candid admission. The Court House Square, ia Tallahassee, on Satarday, Jimeraon- Daniel Willis Joshua by 1LII.LERROWLj8.Purtson.i8tb8ept.1840 being Vtth aaj; attb ToRbwbg>U* l a laiJ -
acfotjy enough pretend very
tUly to Administration in the State of, New the seventeenth day 'October i instant. ,Light ,10' L G. 8EARCY P. M. ,. County dertle aopertAtanda. aCthThHj I
theletierwurittenbyeumeLea'Fo.tUide& Whig troops will be in complete uniform. The troops or & ftad 8IU'Yer... .. strayed, inspectors cTelection. .'. -.
*- just''sensible as one that, the York is so strongly tinctured with Abolitionas the line will appear in dark'eo... white underclothes 1HE. Dub criber especlfMlly acqoalau tbo own fROM the, Sebaeribereo the $4th June,-a Urge InSt. Marks;at'laeboose McGltf&MiddletoatlnspodoraiflathanlelHamlitt -

***of the Star has no doubt beard of-lhatu to be under its influences. This is one of and the whole to be armed and equipped .1. eel of MUk and Piantatioaay ajtd the eitixensof .L': Grey Hone;fortnerljr belonged to Mr.Me. !. Swain

Ban biting off fats own nose. He that is the reasons which satisfies Gen Mum with according tol... The line will be formed at eleven Florida at'large, that be jiirpo.eaiI appropriate Cart:, of 8C II and is believed now to be in &.' M. Al udsr., r"t. '--, .
** with the CaDatiC& o'clock' The right will ret oa Adams street. his..sole attenttoa tothe; above Jbarinaea. He is that. .borhood. A liberal reward will bo givenfor ."At Calhb rrt r.bsiL.oint; Uspeetan,
t6er. enough to believe one will believe the his alliance Commanders Companies will report to Adjutaut ready to undertake the completion( all kinds oj the...af'iYIr1.I&' Hone to my,house ia this Henry Darden?ACT: pavi t.aaBV [|tr\Walaer.

LivturooL Aug. 15': Berry for duty. The Commander expects every excavations, embankments;roads and bridges;and ett,. -: : a P.MAKER. ..3.'k'ranAaiM1e1te aacttoa loom of a.

We we by the St. Augustine Herald that Since our circ'Jlar of.ne 7ih last- we lau OfiSeer in the fate beaoergetie in complying with for moderate compeMaUoa to wapply plane and _TatlsJUaeeeAug4 6 ifCosatj 1.'\1t'oit T 4zotc 1ztoiwTurbtta.Jt -

e11 Jewt attributes the letter to a "retpecta and demand.for Cotton Ihe t foregoing order Aa the situation of our section profiles of the !levels aod contwwra of works appertaining 'Coort of jcafenoa. .. -',, -WWJa1n t4cbP I"-lat I.H- ..I"r'UD. i W
lie fe"fcauxa/t* Yea ; bad a general" good efcountrr al this time:rakes h the interest of all .to these scisncoe; and eatimatee of the eipensee ,John 1*.Tay lor 1 .Asaaaapaic Retoraablevs. .E..rlf ; -. -- .
-! -a respectable gentle. and the lisle fi.r'the weekendedtiist' evsn. rood citizens to be anions in establishing our militia aUaad1ngtiiir comr4eUoa if reqiUedem >to September tarm,184O t' 'y.v t 'G- ,.:'Y'UonelPletofjii ,

lug amount to 45,950 bales, of which 15.640 on a firm r.-otiDf.1t.1t prcaaneJ that all Con <> titcUng Jim enea etmjsJai., Long opera.al Sawael. W. .Barroatoo. AiLacb .eat f.rf 13184T3 : a4 ( ai'g1eri.. -

oi.1.i. Whiff Yictorjr. bales "ereUplandat4T.8 a 6 7-9;.21.800 'manners of Companies will be ririd ia"enforcing I, with Invariable voccess and approbation, will .Daingse$40000 r is. At 8t '". _
.. taw in case of of doubt insure confidence to' both Office Defendant and all h1t..B iDItW'ud X16ItI f .
New,York 11..blm'-.nd Mobile the every neglect doty'; aa they no paniea. otbe. inlue.tetf..piJI! .
Era at 5 8 14,300 .
says:.. ( Orleans M ; wflfbhe1JreibIs.HELMANN.. r > up stairs in the old ColIn Hwase.augt3 : take notice ofvtbe .intituUoa of l Vf terVadJi by B"I.M'W4ut .a.r WLm'IaZ'.I

WKICI or ruf SOUTH R-UOIe&-Lct. at 4 7-8 .a 7 ; 820,,Sea Island :at 16 sI5J $ DANIEL,. JOHN M. 1RWINA I alUchment; aDd trill appear. and plead ... A.ilaiw- -4ft Joti.< .I'-T. ;" .

BoBtbern,Whigs rejoice thai William.Pitt ; and 140 Stained 6. 12d. per Ib. Spec. Colonel% !7th Regiment Fl*._MHiu'aTA .t, aeoof diag to&.. 'POPE;tfTONK JUrn I sad. UM i r. :third -
'l Beaded j is elected ulators hare takrn 18,500 bales during the L ... or :Jf "'',:1.13. ,AU." Oiveu.J.ryhadthkus.e..
a member of Congress in .".. : tX. pewensJedebted: t. Ike Estate*of 1.asI : !a I iti.1. fU'tI. Pf

? *erAlbert8inttli WflliaiaKu Fea 1 week, and 3000 have been sold for. eiportation. NOTE of band Iweaty-tvo- doflsrs'vea- 2a. Gale, t.I'8 hereby refl.oaaU*' taaetUe the MSimmediately -i;'.. 8B1e-A \uatIty' sE r '. .W :. otf 'l -
*rank aDd uncompromifiing bo tioa.c. ( by:Oefge ."( '. 6ubacribe+. ds e4 au>4 Jt4hone.huiag demands .m ill. .th.saa."- Wdi. F&i .atik i"1'. t +dll..1 dtU. .
ben animated lo SOON(taw in Jaaoery ; !All persona are market In areaeattheAfaraeUleeMaUtt. .
to The so
elect Abo&bn
'. I the great not arainsi traslhsf for.Uie said note. A liberal J, flACKLEY. ,. tin Uw-wtf:W t relatW ta tt"1fIaJit-
London- '& ,- Tbe preseot d.,. but a fair business has beeo<:done/the reward will bv given c t&eftader oa rttnmWr teJaly4,1840 .' 'P1'r: la ; -..' _". A".1etraI.or. i t i iwyz4hL4wIR1E&GooILt .eui-- ; : eatLc4NiM. : .1Mia

tt4Dttbe. State Abolition-'Society.of the 4 lies'feeing estimated at about poo >T .- 4, hr"'E8a.'WEJUI. < .: ? : I I IA It= 7 I _,.. ut. 4 -; .

exm&s the fmtid'tng bales. which 1200cr.. I(speeuiatioA.' .' -.*.* ; -J--- .
._ UcI. rSrt 'iaVfcfc
ego' MWetiWtaWrawteiac arrivaaiIfraaa tiII.'W 1 !- ; .
't ofik.tbolitioa Cooveotioa ia.Boston Prices of the ordimirf. 'r.d. middling. ooalUitf.! i'o' : f( wY jrat:tad Be, ;y Ute t.a.I *"' i, 'JUw.. 1 10* "5ti.!lt2 _. .

c WM- taDpfOt4..I'h!r I"..It die', !t .r : 'IC1HB L Jt.O Dt, PALI. AJIO?"",.!GOON ;=: = r.y i.tt W'foJ'flf.5"1 I Ii. J j VIv

ISitIb,tbs'tbIa WbLr' AboMra Htm. day*,,lBQatdranre,beiaf"asosticfcrior in .s U .1. t ''I" "' 1..4'rj' *1g1a.p N.* ; & f i. < i4
c -
-J4_' .-180110. desenptions,,.iwttW better.t 13e4 lps17lIl._ 'r! 11:1, It_ *V., 1iiIhei S amen.ee .1 rtW1.tWo T- :W .cf.. .5&nr" .,:. .
,i $ 'IJ.wHaey L.Cttj%..*fl0M&1ir :. r '
L .c $s P&j,2thIt are without; ,c 'jp =ATbiK. '
.. R08sp. .. count' ; t' JteeMM.. __ 'COCttU1favor&bt. 'AIJ-t "}ltUi L S. t ta .&. E ., 1 I Lgo '\, I T..[ # -. i .1.1. I OC '

w*, ag .ta_ 1'fIoIftII'.III.r.wrl.- :,.. \.' t '.!. 4. "' "S t. ,. ..',..= 'ET'l.. #,nBII_.1.. 'Tal Q't.f tt. H :( l... : *-, aal- ftwMdiK*. "o1'I. ItDVt .'..' -. '', .." 11'T" '

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npBc te Ih iTart J of 'i A174l.Vruttc t i Ct nbertaAd'. ti ... nQbId'ntsdiotisaor .bdi' tM. tNft"L "-. & <

; ., '" i. the SopsiId' QSflt7V lays bi Iiv.IIbMLZSaaMu Tim.tk. Cor dM' 1ft Lat PHEN&,B 5 "It.
two Cor Lst** or nurf tr tttHsf tbf EatoU al. (" gflsn4npmfibe: : LlL
of Chariee Brady, decM.wnA. V 'b tht .r.Etcmww W Watte'p..da1Jo 1 !.J'"ta r coin"Tlt!. who -.aronise this .d. 4UIniM TheM'.n.t IMi _:

.e. -AUggEuOLIVERSIX -- 1. LbI Court W'tA ". .. .ml..ta & .bllWIJrOI ; i :.:1 1.;- a ll f.i MIJHbt1l.tfit.t ft1tri ..N1ri'tfi.nrtJ" red to. will Latteet tIt._,_
i- "T .. ).,.. 4( l ;1(1; B&th3.WO.h3Qe th. fact that ..
.'iltO sfl qndWlr1I
"t."H't ,
.. ...{jl liv.'I.. rtJ : '
weeks after'UlAioI II **atf kpp/! the Hen. II ,. 8. .EI'tIWA -n .1 8t. MarkiApr1itZcIlMXROttieori" ..1 .lJazRJIlu\NJEa.J&U", ', '. 2.-ptd, 'jvfl-) fo ;.orw Uw r.d gbUiiL<*a4 $ af attend ttrahTrf Sa .arasesj- *iz. ",

.& .r.Ih..GaaD\i..Qudfat 4iODCOunt. $ reavmed the priatis.. MS4JCIan4IvLIIUS.KJ. : :-a.!. T .! :J. m.attVijd-afK Lj.li* cipr! b* vfU fftw! ..'5 jriThft tt0\', hi that paIStft'tIaata' 5. '

fur It-tiers of advitataratt' +n.:vp,aitUr: s4Isio( branches, tMfcr*W*>f ofesslonal Scrvi. *i*ak,.. .irnyeFnTi'*town, ;. 'IThl".t" rui dhtI.3 ri '1kt liii.poti& ,watctfltf tm 8 waiDW 8pfw> are JuMitvalfda i Iii' operation ., Miv_l .Jetim *. *: -

Jo. 8a.w.d."-d. late of Mid' countt /. eta,to the commauity. His office is<' Stt Marks, '- 'W.tI iiitpwiproriton" : 'tii.taf gWttt1tt rdN tb:_ ee1b11d r Of e14iInmI pyopcnfevmant Iwtttert teolT.e.lihtUnUi lJ w :
uir ; ;
I JIOBJ5RT, 'w IJEf \ at tbe bouse of:.C. Spencer. t.r.U li Where Mtrahtirth be"'well Inewrf, i usa Y 8'l haVeTodi it"tfgr* 'relieri tHeffri'ldr: tebI1 iTSfe1* t
'''And> 'H/hhf' I ioii'K 'f"4' Aif.": i Hona are-.tirre.-s.8'I.Ordii of; '( '* ptewaulreil acute rui .. T1, *"*
tUO . JI111 IB.. |g Jm [.ho"S'larwillcopj. ab deci t4efiC fo baalth d'yffbrhIUIR'rOI aBCWnf, great reb .,
1 r 'r
;.GRAY '
: l'fCatthty _- ) ; .. ( and ''
:: ; -_', .n. 'Dl..o'atiOli. ; : .ferine .hp tomtit)MfBlbsi thi-pUfe ejoaJ. hoar a cure-is generally
; oan. .f.:ca ;rvvay. ,? DR.:jroHrtAH.,?$?* under 'rrri W a Tiia'r : ".cvctary.jut2 ". c(adJoining three daye. &t,
Returnable_ professional 1 serviceJto thJ* .1 rr'RE: CDjiarthe11ilp htretolore l existing : ... .J' I any} other,. itAatiyn-\ !Florida} cr* I ." 2q AIn
4&tu. :'tP,'IPi1\ )JtolS ptenibcr fni.lB40. OFFERS County. Oflka'.injMonliccUo: .I. J. "tb.''i' /Wb.dJum nr Ltc' d'& IrWin. is ;UiIs ... :4 L JI .Vt... ....t _l _'r c7.wth ? "J' I eases' of Fvt ofeffectiial every dre.rp. .
day dUsiihedWmtiluar t.consent:.both partners.Any'tinxotllfd' ( ,I" ; be' o dtiar,. 'M; bilious .Jfecli,..iL iilofleccsn,7.I .
Harvey Oliver.. ')A.tUrinheM: tot.ft 1.8'60'T uver the store of William Denbam4Co. I .sf-'J">" Itf Jf" "U) "t
ad.juried I'r 1 ;ilxnbi. I' & O'P NDER, it. bt.J.kU.. l. .La. It. -
bUAlnt i.-of said firut'will
I 'n."arnJ30000 Monlicello, br30.Ia40".I. :.: : Hamesa &c.'eowp1el. Apply to .. MCIa'. '
ofbe Subecribc'ni.JOHI Iup 1840, ...4S .RICHARD JONES i'lf".r_ --'iL_ ,-.
cither .
by : ,
it I HE Defendant and all% othet"l ntiu'elto4; will M'CAN1S'; ..I.T. : auf !*. 4 WM.HFRAHCI8.B .. '
? M. JBW'tf.' -_. .AI. : NOTICE ," :1 "' cur extent fo a Ii I ,
ntiee of the institatiou above suit !
jr jUk of the by and CounteUor el. Law .
Attorney J. f -rOBL : The LIft }tzD1c1azI
3OHNItLLOYD.TaUahi.ae.A'g19ti ; offer 1bllown ,articfc ire '
: attachment; |.n.$ wjll appear. aqJ ,plead thereto, : !: ; ractice in ibe Courts'of the Midd'e! c S S ,flJrlIbacril: : for aale.tba S ,. | relief affctioft .IIO" is :
|1840. 4 LEON.. o\ the Li"'
I .:according law f .OPE&-STONE,c W1t.t and in the Court of Appeals. Of. AT PORT S *, for CASIH'Cognac : been '. .id ..
Notice.Subscriber .. will e m. Brandy haf.! pipe* and qiu'skeHolland proved,in hundreds of eue
H alzI 15. 3 ., ,Au'yaorPlL fieeat Tallavseec.FU.: : tf april 16. 1840 ANJEL LAnD\frqrti Mapibfjei .f. bavcom.
-. i ia New 01. fon'Bo.. Gin In.bbl*r forward, and rrqnested Ua' tiii"
':i NOTWE.4E JOUNPDVYAtATTORNEY 1'HE : jqtrnds! residing; t: menco' the Storage and1 Comm; rienee in \
aa aCo.nniuipujIorchant. Cot .' month.and ,Wbiokyui' do taking 'theith might be
1IX muDllwafXer dale,application will be mad. Any. neM fit'thd bo'e'plico the enedlnj t.ofotier) t..Lilii '
ATLAW Benefit In
: to the Oadsden Coan- : t9ncQnsignrd' id him. 'will bo thankfully received solicits shard of'public1 patronage. Lar cg f Hon.riblethoiu4. in the courla of Middle and and Molasses- they restorer t'.' t.Ref .
practice orders for the Floor
3te. Sto4Ck.t
purchase'.of ,
provisions /
t for Ictiera of dismission a* administrater bopis WILL Port Leon August 184Q. .2
I lye Florl4' and Court of Appeals.' R cadence I will. be a'llended when; f Corn hay1Manhaden Ute!4iptiy. ort.aDd -a'
piomptly .to, 11 means are iipt4r111 '
d.c'4lar.I -
lon of the of W. Sweat -
t estate
t 1 Elijah near Gen. Brown. *, fDfDis1. d. W.C ,MILLER. Cotton IVelgbing.m .. and Cod Fish in bbl' functions of !be ,whole !o47Jtd a1t_ .. .
ate of aid couoty. jaa 25 16'' HE .ubllClibor. anointed Weigbrr Cotton, n__..n,...Lt.... t_ ......> :_.._._. sexes,(for they fIt Iboth -
$1 JOON Q. &fJOD upS tf 6 lS'IAWP & 1ft "tu. I" :
I July- ,,8. 18 .. -- -- --- _. _-.- r A In r u.nedor ail acl passed at tlit lart. .aekton 200 bbk..Lime. S .,'-'; an irfv.raab.-o ri.eans r'-r.-i\f'I. % ) !
?, X TICE.6iit rr. uarxnacK ee jueaicns. A. JL.UMK., K. 4. BERN5RDSRemedy beallh. prnellilt *
of the eli.talie.Counei re.pectF"IIlnfurQ1' a1cNAUGHT.&QMOND. csloring S .f
,, IX! month after date I shall to the Hon. ATTORNEYS AT LAW for Dysentery DiarrJuea Summer S '. .
apply '
the public that he M pre pard to weigh Port Leon, March 20lh. 1640- In affection of ibo bead wheUavw. ;.
I _' Judge of Leon County Court, for letters dis- TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Complaint, CoZies, Cramps and /i anu. either in this city or at the Railroad Depot.- ,S For Sale,or to Kent "". with {win: and giddine-e, or 'arkjd .

Ii miseory as administratrix on the Estate of J. T. II'TILL practice in partnership in the Superior IN all iho above, complaints. this Medicine has His scales are manufactured at the same place aa the present 'year,' section 8,;(Lafayette on* ealaranily impaired! .tal"'r ( PII :

,i .Johnson,late of Said County deceased.CATHARINE urCoiirUoftlieMiddle and Apalachicola a certain remedy both lu children and those used by the United '.Statee.generally, aDd FOR ') situated mil! s JNorlli: of Tallahassee Utiona of/the/ heart flrtaleneeJIostrength. I :; 'ot=

JOHNSON. Districts, and iu the Court Appeals. Their adulti. Numerous testimonials are given of its like wise by the weighers of eotinn .in the city of ; which.the.tf and the mottiplied ;
tho on' are ,
Georgia Road
; 1)1ft J
J P.
; ,31 44 By her Agent, K I.Jt. office is, for the present iu the new court house. efficacy which may be seen wbcre the Medicine is New York, and hate boon examined ly the InSpector 'afoot 80 on acre. of cultivated Land well feared. in. dered digeaionTgr Lira K ICI..ilr.
may Dec 21 I 20Charles sold. Prepared 'Robert 8. Bernard Norfolk Va. siid eity d the .
by of sealea and weights ,a proved Apply..to- F.GERARD, to possess most salutary efficaey. S
ffQTCE, 1- S. Sibley For sale in Tallahacse b? correct. Price of weighing 10 cents per kale. ap 4. ":38 Port Leon. Constitutions". r-u"d.! weak,or ttec .{1T
p. IX months af\er'dale, we shall apply to the sep 4 6 RA'NDOLPH & LEWIS. D. M. SHEFFIELD Weigher of Cotton.Ta .- or women,are under the}immediate' 41.'

1 r Honorable the Judge of Leon County Court OFFERS his professiorulservices as itoltey Dollars Reward. Ilaha M ce, O :t. ,12.9. f DISSOLUTION. THX Lirr MKMCIMH. Old co rh" 'xS S '. ,.
Law in the collection of Forty ? heretofore'nilCine'be- t
letters dismission aa administrators of ilia en- I at : consumptive habits a.
soon '
4 talc of Joan A. WILLKT deceahcd tale ol said debts, 4-c.in Middle Florida. He will attend all 'I ANAWAY from (tho subscriber, residing in Orange and Lime Nursery, ,the Subscriber ,in toe TallahasseeExcliajije cured. Poverty( W.. laft'ftlievtlaali S -

county. TADDY WILI.EY, ihe Courts in the Middle District. Madison county, a very likely MULATTO FQll..SALE FORCASH: ...uiVLYA is this day dissolved by mutua.I'con! will ere 1ug the .

WM. O. PONDER, Office in Munroe Streetin the building formerly GI RL.narn d Francis. aged about 18; says, wltenquelton NURSERY.containit'g about. 2000 Orange sent. 'Th. bosinera will be closed by'JG.Vl- chill watery fluid meet. will become.ppias.e..p .. :

t p ___april 4. 18 0 38 Adulinitra tou. occupied by Wra. Wilson as a Book ::Store. d, that she belongs to Mr. Fisher. 'She .... and Lime Tree, of an age to bear in one or liams,who w duly authorized to settle the Mme.. and th limbS b CO'fh" with rich a"
., Tallahassee May 12th 1633. 40-tf has been for some time in the neighborhood of two 'ye'ara after tran planlinf. The Tret\w. J.G. WILLiAMS heakby. ,; S
PAINTS, OILS &C. Tallahassee, and is supposed yet to be about'the Choice Cuba ind are in jj allhy 1840. WM. TAYLOR.. 't .,
&5OO lbs White DAVID S. WALKER raised from Seed a Aprit 1st, NervotMTjisorders
Lead, 1 in oil, in kegs of 100 lb. I "fiovj .rod
same place. Tho above reward will be paid for her and condition. Directions will bo ..iyen.wbich' anflW-feV
and 25 lb. each-Linseed oil, Spls, Turpentine, ATTORNEY AT LA IV, 4-0. apprehension, and all reasonable elpui.es. if 4.. hr Copartnership.THE. Ver caasearising. fly before ih. rfeeta..*
adhered will inDr. them safety removal "
Brashes, &.c, and Window Glass various sites. i 'subscribers have this. day.iWmed t- Luc MEDicnaav and all that tram ?
t WILL practice the Courts of the Middle District livercd to A. E. Harris at Tallahassee, or to to EDWIN W. or..1i I
I and tran..plantirai.
For sale hip at Port Leon, under the name ictie*. and treuMiurs
by of Florida. His office is the first room to the right & J. MAYS. or'Wi Mc. which so dr adr.Jll.1

RANDOLPH& LEWIS.April27I839 over J B. Boll's store,in 'I'ellahasseewherc he may ?f. B.-If the said ncgresa is hs rborcd by.a NAUGHT DOKSCY, Port Auctioneer Leon .Tallahassee_ mar, 14' 33 of Miller &RowIetecarry oo thor STORAGE weak, the sedentary, and the dwleato. .aLij'J
I t COMMISSION' bu ine*'. thorl time,be succeeded
38lf always be found. white man, the extra.sum of $40 will he given fart by chetrfotwj-asJ. !
DELPHI HOTEL. have a and commodious warehouse of health ,. .
1?imaBoffaA: 1tI ngie Wlrtiel seed lo detection. and prosecution of the offender. Tln-y large presage 0-
Dr. A. in. RANDOLPH from Gen. for the of merchaailne'and cotton and
For weakness
r t and a variety of Fall jurdtu Seeds for aale Hickslown Madison co., 15. 3 THE: : undersigned having purchased storage ; deficieaey .f liters! str.jt
located himself Tallahassee of- aug
that well known erlalirinh attention 'and mess in tbe and
p by RANDOLPH k LEWIS. HAVING flMU BROWN hope by''rid' promt : relax: *tie* of.the vainel. by leo Ireauenf
18 prpfessionil services te th! public. BALE ROPE. .ment called the City Hotel in the city of Tatfa.hasitoc execution of orders, to give i satisfaction to all who rfutgeiice .)f the passions, this it-
July 51COLOR'DE medicine
l He is to be found nt the office of Dr. J. H. Ran. is. a nit
Coils'Bale have opened the house under the title of. may. etiliusl. business lo iheis i care. certain, aad invaluable remedy. -* "
Rope. daily
Jr OF LIME and SOLU. dolph on Monroe Street expected
OAO the Adelphi Hotel. They are now making import. GEO. MILLER. T.fuae wlo.hate |
11 t- OF SODA for de. 26 New York, per schooner Antarctic bag resided in att efisufes
I Pestilential, Ef. May 4* will be sold low.. at .nritkto .sh in .In.n (l..onn.ignmcnl. ant improvements and repair.and will have by the Refer to- JOHN J, K OWLF$. and are languid and relaxed in t'icir whole :
Al Btroyiiig Contagion Decomposing jaw- notice.-- -- E>'VIV..-DORSET.aug5 ,n.- ensuing fall an extensive Brick Building erected Messrs.Betlon & Finher Tatl.*<"sec ; .ay take Tat Lire. tVEDieixM with ike svstesiL "
fluvia, and >r offensive odork "ptiKt
: neutralixin/r/ stronr < ; Co-partneri-lnp hitherto existing between the lh will be able to accommodate Berry & Dl.wUn.s effects and
on 'rumovin
: THE 3 No. 3, Berry' Row. property .y ; fnrxm ; to t" .
foraale LEWIS.
I by 62 RANDOLPH L P. DUVAL and W Al. H. BROCK. stringers vuiiinjf this eoonly in a Po.l Leon, Feb. ,. 1840 31 Sinks or-Wc Indies cannot alors

t f NOTICE. EM3ROUGH lias been this day dissolved by mutual RUNAWAY, satisfactory'manner... The' Putilis may dp|>end Valuable lands for Sale. taut .t icl .n.e-tltb and lil;. a .alJIC-. ;
J. Subscriber requesls'all those indebted to consent. On the 5lh of August, from plantation attention their comfort '
THE upon every to : subttriber having a greater quantity of : The feJl&win J CStit" are among the moat
.on note or open account to call and pet.c WM. II.BROCKFN BROUGH will continue of An on Farrell Decatur County Gu.a JOSEPH CROSKEY THE than i is desirable for his own cultivation I rare elft cted.and ftalafulty Hant

i tie immediately, ae further indulgence cannot be reside at Apalarhicolpp and practice in the Apalachicola Negro man by Ihn name of Dave. about DAVID F. WILSO aifers for'sale three valuable pientaliuno! -*ao,situated .derMfWI brncSttedt ackaowlt"p41.tM S

i t I' f! given. All accounts unsettled by the first of Sep Pistrict and the County of Leon and the 18 years old, 'five feel eleven inches high Tallahassee April 3d, 1840. 36 on BJack Creek about thirteen miVs east Case ofiaaeb C. Runt Now Windsor 0ra1

: lbetWiIIbejutininiL Court of Appeal regularly and in Jefferson a nd very dark complexion with a mark in For Sale, from Tallahassee containing tliirreert hundred County N.1.-A djeaaTuJ tuoiur ,

July 15. l4U. 52 LEVi CARLTON. Gadsdeti specially employed. the fore-head about on inch lorg and two Horne Sutky' Wagon. acre, 600 of which; are in a hgk state of cultivation I ly the whole of his dee, noso and detUovej jaw. kilo '

r NotJcc. Tnllaharsee. No".t hb. 138. _ had on when he left a bluo cloth c' ai ONE 1so one Horso do do-with haen, &c, tUe re.ituc! mostly rich hammock land with .rnced ojiick relief from the BSC of tbe Lir.Eaperi-) (.

STOLEN from the Subscriber on Saturday night LEGAL NOTICE. with a velvet col'nr striped satinet pantalor.ns, and ompltle. WM. H. FP ..NCES all the neeessary farm hoasrs and outbuilding tines, mind in less than three months was ,
SORREL HORSE IT hands high a Thomas Baluel! and Walker negro hat. It i it t-upooscd he has a free pass, given eoay
Anderson Attorneys NooSl' 183 tbe crop raised upon this pkntatmii have i.t been used. (Case framed,with a woo4engicg
:i hite hind foot with a large wart jn hU f heath, I at Law. will practice in copartnerhip in thr l by KMm reckk'Mi HO II II dr-I. and wa. discovered on surpassed by any in the country. Another, about 'a*new pamphlet! HOW in pres) J.

1r s aupposed to pave been taken by i-ome negro. Any I Superior Courts of the Counties of Jeff.rson.l..e his way to hi. Marks. Whoever will deliver the KIRKMAN; ABERNATHY; IIANNA. the same distance noithcast from Tallahassee, .c.P'' of The. Puree II;senV. 84 7siumd"i ,;.;

.4 information will be thankfully received and IibeA.b on, Gadtden Franklin Calhoun and Jackson, ani paid Duo to my houcn, or lodge him any jail, hall Commission Merchants !OnUin'mg about TOO ae-eill.uf' mh oak awl hickory was aSicted ).years* with vellmg in hs1.p S

ally rewarded. 'OIJN B. GORMAN. in the court of Appeal at Tallahacscc.Addreee t b- hat.dsomcly rewarded. New Orleans.. land ; with 60 or 70 acres in caltivatu ; and 'wait entirely cured by takrug 42 pilLs M 5wi 4*.; .

; -, JulyS SI _ of Thomas Baltzcll Apulachicola. ANON FERRELL. Refer to R.K. Caal, and Henry Bond. another in Hamilton county, abo-.il ten nails, from Case of Joan Danlton.Aberdeen.0<>i-..

: TIE Address of Walker.Anderson, Tallahassseo.June DicmturCo..Cs..Aug.21,11t40.- 3w 5 Jnn. 17 1839. *4lfT iie Suwannee Springs. eonUininij. abo. 2000 in five years-is entirely cured-has maid l tb"

*4 hereby given,that 1 Mull$ institute ruit in the, 15, 1839.-t PROCLAMATION"BY NEW MILLINERY AND DRESS acres,. seoul part in cultivation, with farm r..nse3 Lifa-iViedicinpS for Worms ut ckildree aoi(UI.I .

!?t -. J County Court of Leon county upon a mori- --CABINET. MAKING. ROBERT: RAYMOND! REID MAKING E3TABLISHMEN. &c. 'I I his land i i. of superior quali:y for t culture them a sovereign rrmtdy. '

4$ gage made and executed to we, by Ferdinand LeBleux. 'UEub.cribert1nkM: GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA. DlOlt' of sea island cotton. Case of Lew w Au.tin-p'riodira! lid.Itelteh

upon Lot No. forty.Unce ((43)) in thc outh ;; ',_'.. -s: 'J' for pasl favours Rerpeclifully IT IIERE.3. it in made ki.own, to me, thai : HE the Ladies undersigned Tallaiisssce respectfully and| vicinity.inform that AUoa tract of 44K).acres, ar the natural bridoon always relieved Vy a small done-now eotoil|

4k-. hajf} of the County quarlcr-reclbn onnd. situati*, inform. the citizens of TV BRYANT MCRK'JiTH: of Jackson, Co., ,he IIIK house in the above line, Monroe the St. Mark, about 11 tuiJua south east of Ta 1. r free fron>it. .
on '
4'' lying and being in Leon county ; and that I shall !' Tallahassee and vicinity that who tvas tonfim in tho jul of said C 'Uii'y, undera opened and a between the stores of Mr. FMncii luha Hce ; half of this.trael is a rich alluvial soi Case of;don Ames-cnrrd of a moc inrttenit

:, ; apply, according to law, for the foreclosure of said ; i' I; he continues to carry on the charge of n-urder, luia Dllllfe his ct-cape from said and1esr'street, Gorman Hall where she; upon il Ihere i i also a line mill seat, with great: I end obstinate rfjrppepsia, and gAeral deMTuj.
p. mortgage upon petition filed this day tF_ i LI Cabinet Making bi.ines in jail iilid is now nt Uigc: 4 hopes water power ban any in Middle Florida.! I Case of Adah Adam, WiudnorOlfH rum uttict attention to Ihe business, lu merit a
l T'i, 181 CrURLESB CKSTIN.* .. all ill vanity at the old stand NOW KNOW YK:, Thai I, ROBERT RATMOJ.D. share of Those laads will be sold at moderate price, :and : gravel, l>ver atfrclioun, and general. .,","
ii1 w 4 ofBIrxs and Ribolds Governor public patronae. reasonable cndits and if I debin> .had been cunfiaed .
opposite Rain Florida, hy Virtue\ or the, aiilhor- F.bis 29 tf MRS. M. A. CLARKE.NOTICE. desirable the purchaser > 'ir sn'sri
/ :: John C. Jacob, -- Col. Wyatl's Store, where he ity vested! in me by I.iw, do I h,> rel'V '>flVr a RR- IMH hue Union Dank Stock upon part of the I from lur bid by liking one box .fpiiisand bottle,

.p Meaturtr and Inspector of Lumber for the will bo happy to receive orders from his fl iend.and WARDOF 'I 1 WO HUNDRED!: DOLLARS for : purchat-u. IV BUADEfi.De I of bittcrr-a most ex'raordinarv cure-she i i. a.t I .'

of Leon, tbe public generally. Sidcboar:! Bureau's and furnitureof the 81'llfeh'u.i'.IIIIj"| | the xa.
.- County every description made in a fashionable, delivery t-> any jailor or oihr' oificer .f liTern\ Munticcllo, is my nyrnl and altocey. Lime, and Iluir.HE lio>t>aiiJ Sbubel! A ,
OFFERS his strvUes to those may please substantial manner, and on reasonable) terms, and lory of Florid autt.i.,.cd in rt-c-fitc liii,,. JOHN F. TUCKER. Subscribers have nsunily on !bnnti a I of ;\.rt'.Haifger. wife of Joseph Da him. moderatlt.TaU.hlll' L
: L: upon Charges 1840 33 he hopct by strict attention to business to merit The s :id rY:1l1tIcr.. 11I1:" i. n!,nut thirty years _. j.iti It 26 comp'ete' assortment of LHATHKR: : ,. ti.iUIe nearly simila- to at.oYe-rC'.Il the same.
i Mardi 14. I
t ''. and receive a liberal share of the patronago wf llio of "p', .fue till .- glt i r innincli'S' hi;li, dark NOTICE. Air Gin Hands, Harness, C.irri.'ge Tops, Boo's and Case oi Susan GooIarW! young an.uirriiJ <

a rg,tll. ku'KCiilirr *i.tltlatu bell isevrral valuable public. eyes and hair and ralhtr hanl of hearing; :lorniirlv. t LL persons ill, ielJlcd to the Sntivcriber prior lo Shoes. &c. Also a constant supply ot LIMI', and won'an-II'II.j..ct In. ill health ,',er,.. j arn -
1 JL TRACTS OF LAND near his residence JACOB BLESS. from Georgia, \Vilkinitor county. 1 the lot Julv.on Note Book Account or oth- HAIR, fIt' Plasn-ring : .11 of which, they ofT/r r .aU eou;" of im Life Mcdiciue.entirety '... :

L i Ptantera desiroua lu retain tba ir r.pli.l in' UbvrC4i N. B. All kinds furniture repaired on reason cr\\ri't' ate hi re by -tififd that the bills will !be low .rcaslTorin, exchange for hides,at their Tan er-U now halo and lieahby.Ca .

:i ; < b* a.:iiim"dtcd with mus sali>factory( cred- able terms. 'Jiven i.nder my hand and the sc.il >rc"cnUd by Benj. F.Thornton, Jr.,"""itb whom Yard. BROWN & GALURAiTH. 'e uf Mi>. ThuBiSs,daughter of KiTa aia....
V I ROBERT GAJlfBLE. of tl.c Trrrtnry .r l Florida tin
Tallahassee FepU 7th. 1839-tf they aro requested In ullle.. Tallahassee, n-f. I I IS' ::-I l-tf cough and "yiiipti>nis o: eetiMUaptiuo-cnrta* is '

,I Wrlaiiree. Jefferson. Fl., 28lh Nov. 1819. To Planters. ROBERT I Bill day RAY2IOND of July. 18411.<>HElD.I July 4.(9 JOS. \\ ILLIAt2.I Notice to Cotton Planter. lour wect) lies njstrr cured eta srvcre atUdVruSaminalory .

;L Taken Up, SCREWS received by the Schooner 1 I LImo Governor AMES BOAT' RIGHT'S IMTROVEU rliciMi\4lUiu ia ewe wrtx. '
.I1.h..cr., on the SO'.h instant a HORSE IRON,, Hsnkey, from Baltimore am now ready By J. MoC'ANT : of I Cotton Press Screws & Horse Power TON AW GINS. Case of S. Ctrljn--cyr'd of a severe.abate ,f r
IN and 3a"dle. The horse is Gray his Secrcliry Florida. I Castings. scarlet fever in a few a the Life SledTctnniC'axeof
Bridle ; fur'delivrry on the r'ymentoflile name. Apl""to" 1W25, TAKE this: method of informing the Planters ays by
,- 4 two hind feet while up to his I Ictiocks. The owr- June 22 f T. R BETTON. .62 r.IIE: subscriber who introduced the .'t-Jron in I thiil I have e..tahli"hc'd a 111,0. in Quiniy. Harrret Twogrood, Sahna,iV.Y..-wia. ..

pr: isiequested t., conm forward pay charges and -- Fur5a1e or It.Ii Cotton Screws and Horsc.PowerCastings I 'tot the purpose of furnishing them with the above a very low Male of health a year and a.hslMil&* i..

t lake him away. Apply a'. Ihls offic.nr to HEADACHE, SICK OR NERVOUS. oiiimtKlioUj aland as a HOTEL he neighborhood wf Tallahassee! ha' renumed t"c. .articles made on Ibo last imvrueI l'nt. Tit's impr.vcmenl not xpect tt> recover. Mhs 1'. .is now' aWe t

.li .ug'i l J. R. ROBINSON. The extraordinary reputation that Dr. SpohnV at .ST. MARKS, recentlyoecupird b- I J ron Foundry business in Baltimore; and ill prrpa.I I IK in the rJbr near! out fir l. walk' about, aiidi't*. tjpxdly newvcriBg both an!:11* .:.
_. '" NOTICE.: remedy for ibis dileffin% complaint is every day llnkubcriber.. Pos can given init ed lo furni.li the colton *crcw.delivered (I' board ; When the rb wear out at the phuc nhrrc the and slre 'vii.Cao .,

.t fTflHK sub-ribor offi-rs 'for sale his VALUAJal gaining is certainly a matter of much astonish t me'liali-ly. Apply[ lo the undersigned : ,.f cMiels in the port of Baltimore,Also fr one lninJred 1 teeth pass tlirongX. new. set eu.i he'ebtjmfd ii in of Benjamin J. Tucker S _-ftrers r t.,t
I, mrnt. That so much suffering should have exited or lo Wm. M'Naught. and twenly-fhc, 44111.irseachm. CsMJngiior Fever and .
the Armenia five minutes Ague- in a !
BLE PLANTATION on lake j / P'Jwcn. all kinds of machinery. and l tr; i by icipy sliding flue breast quarter very Lortaj'atiotime. i
Ffb. lior.e ,
for ages without any riiiccnvcry or any medicinal 8V F. GERADIN. Direcluxia followed iitricl'v.
l1. being tie Kant half of the N. W. quarter of sec.I moderate 'ric.s for I L fan inch anti' putting \\crfgu under each side of ;
!.!I- lion two township two, range one North Eat; preventive or cure, U truly a subject of much' / Lauds for Sale.TURSUANT agricultural implrinenl. at [ the (iin>, which lit give a new set of ribs as goad Cti" of Ames iavis-Atfcctiou* of time Lirftafkrr ;

the Writ half of the N. W. quarter of oection two.'il regret ; but Dr. S. now amirr the public that to previou notice, the Apila. I Hal I iiiore aereptameC5J3ittivoreJi'ly 1840 JAMES MOORE. aK tim first, and !O en, until they arc worn out i.. trying do tOl' reinciiien in vain for a"f/itg

township two, range one, North and Eai>L AW 4uch a remedy has been invented as will convince chicola Land Company now offer for yale and Fur tie ard 11".eJ! work .f the machines Cve or sit pi.""*. time, was ,'urcd by the Life Medicines witUettruuble.
the most credulous. The principles upon which>t the following Pine Lands in Leon ;Ie I wi I ._
E. section throe County.
iho Cast half of the N. quarter of entry Col. -J. W. Braden and Jesse Wil.K.i. I. keep constantly on band Friction Ro r
acts are simple and plain. It U an admitted fact In Town 2 South-Range I Earl section 7. 16. refer tw Gina and ExtJlaordJtQry; nf Pratt, whsW :
snd B-ix
: j rnhip two range one, Noilh East; and au-rft 2 3 Gins, which I wair ni l I" )fole..JOe in ease Lyaun |
4 known es the Fuller or Bembry plantation. that this complaint, whether called Sick Heid&che 18. 19, 23 25, 26, 34. 35, 36-and fraction unsold ''i -.- --_ every rcspc4t| or no I'll Ie. My prim for ..:itlionf afflicted with Phthisic 20 ye.irs-afiecled a perfect .

.. There ia about 160 acres of open land,which, for or Nervous Headache arises primarily fnm tne. in sections 56. ii, 9. 10, 14. 15, 17 and 24. S''AGELINE f Roller Gin i i. $4 j-er aw; and for the Box Gin $J cure in 24 honr by th. iiw of the Life iVediOMf, ..
be ranked the stomach-those who think they have the Nervous In Town 3 Sooth,range I Eaxt-sections 1, 2,4 Persons TWusand 'of affia-lrd ia like Buunsr. .
1 fertility of soil, *te, may among From Columbus, Ga., to Apalacnicola Fla. per saw. wishing to buy Girs: for their perMms =
i $ best lands in the Territory. These lands lay within Headache may rest surcd that this organ HIP 5, 8, 11. 12. li, 14.15, 22,23, 24, and fractions of 3 next crop would do ncll to call and cxJmiDelhvse bare by a judicious o4'3lo/riTs LutftU* ;
.? of the' Armouia which stomach, is the first carse that the system has be. and 10. Four Hone :Post Coacbrs. Gins. and fntnix the
3 .&, k ; a few yard great All orders will be aUetided lu with Dimaa been restored: to tfment j
4. pasturage cannOt 1 be surpassed in the orld. here como vitiated or debilitate.!, through the stomach, In Town 2 South. range 2 East-sections 30 and ness. prompt of all!! the comfjrU of kfe. The Blttm.t.

tj :' j> aleo a new well convenient to the dwelling, with and that only Ihiough the same channel mutt they 31, find fractions of 19, 29 kml 32. Old Gins repaired at the shortest notice, and in pleasant to the taste and wnelLfentfy astnaft!** :
.L! olenlv of cxcclcnt water. exited a restoration of the natural and healthy In Town 3 South range 2 Eatt sections 6.7. Tbal ,.
the best si,Ie. fibres of the stomach atad give prw.ktii17
It r Tho purchaser can have from 2 to 3 years indolgcneo. I'I functions; of the ,.tom. This object Dr. Sphon'fc I and fractions of 5, 8, 18 and 29. I refer the planWr to Mr. R. L. Edmonds, of which a pood digestion reqai/ea. h n 4bujSt1 ; ;

,T There is now growing a fine ciop of corn remedy is eminently calculated to attain. The In Town I Sooth range 1 West-sections 2',30 Via Florence, Fort Games Blalcely Po Qnhvy, for intormatieu a> regard Lhc'Gins. be better adapted to help and.nnrUh Uta esfl ita :$

L on the farm tollable for the purchaser. truth tho sooner of this sufferers position wild cannot the bo headache controverted heroine and :31, 32;33,34 and fractions of l 19. 20, 27.,28, J5 and and Brown's Femes, Ga., and Irwinton, any planter from South Carelina who has used or Lion, so there is ,nothing more jeiierally arlaeredded *- r'

RICHARD H. CROW ELL. 30. them. to be efficacious 1 in all ISW
July 49 convinced of U the sooner will, their sufferings end Tho whole! of Town 2 South, range 1 West except Ala.NLY Mar 14 33 tf W.C.COOPER.. lasting,Ins. appctite.indigeslioir peculiarly deprearij". 1
in restoration of health. Dr. Sphon pledges. his sections 29,26,35 and 36. ONLY 30 HOURS Stage travel from Colum _
TERRITORY OF FLORIDA : profet-sional .to New Orleans in Leon Academy. spirits,Ueutbbuf or shaking of the Bands e.dIs.
reputation this splendid Coaches
or. fact.
D. L. Evans lAssumpsit Returnable, Octobervs. bc had The remedy. A 11.25 to f 1.50 per acre in current bills of the n a level and beautiful road .,NinI. Trnd. .*.._ nrJr..n.. _..' A MM *,_'_ _____ ._ ttbatiuato emifha.. .shortness_ nrhraath.. .Ot eosMHB. > >
may at the apothecaries.In Territory. along the banks of -- -- -- "-- '''J -- npnp-
> 'I 1840. all he Chatlahnocbee River. A tho Publie, that they have ye (ubita. .f.,i
acidity or sourness of stomach, tbU remedy These Lands offer advantages for : ;
Alfred Evans. S Attachment 950 00. is sovereign and invaluable. : as a general lami- cultivation and superior Timber. pasture range DAYS OF DEPARTURE- S UT." and Dr.Moou to lake charge .unlPW"1! The''Life Medtdne* possess w.nde'rfSdS&7in

nriHE defendant and all others interested will ly medicine it ia now adopted by many of the Cash payments will to required. for half sections From Colunibos on Tuesdays and Fridays, at Department the School just calebl all nervoua:disorders, 6ls beadaefce.,.eabet J 1-

.,.. take notice ,of ibe institution of tbe above most respectable families. IL never sickens the and smaller fractions of sections. All'purchasersover 6 o'clock A. M. &IIiaci'I.', aThoScboelwiH I ei, heaviness end lowness of spirits,dw.

I putt by attachment, and will appear and plead stomach or pioduces any of the unpleasant effects these be made on the usual terms of the I From Chatlahoochec! on the same dayssnd same open on llondaynestinIJicold sight, confused I hough IK, wandering e f the pI'**' :

L thereto at the office Justice Hilliard,,on the of physic. Company;may thit is, l4lhincashaod I,2anu3years time after the arrival of tho U. S. Mail Boat from Methodist Meeting House. In.this new attempt to vapors and ,melancholy, and all kinds of ajwiraenmphuuu :t':

31st day .October.. 1840. Directions for use accompany each bottle. for payment of llie other 3-4ths. Api lachicola'via lola.nd meeting al Fort Gain. establish Academies in Iho City, ihe Trustees ear. ar* gradual! removed by tbtir as* 1)

Sep 19 8 DAVID EVANS. E.:: SPHON. \. D., Lands G ads l'1I and Leon, suitable exclusively Person dtlirou'.vr.goitJi from Columbus, Ga. neatly appeal the pride,' and invoke I he aid of In auknenof tb.atOll\ub 4dllMoci-* '

Proprietor and Inventor. (or ctiIlivalionSvill alo ho sold iiusuaIonappi.! to New Orleans, wfll flnd'thfs by far the cheapest their, fellow ertiiens they ''tru, .-tint while flour Ilun., bey a re safe and puwerlu! and as a po** 'tfoi

,under.gned !avlng, leased one of the O" For sale in Tallahas<.e. t"y cation to John Carnoehan E q. at Apilacbicola.! or nnd mostespeditiotai':well as the sfestaid ishing Academies are liberally supported elsowhero the blood, they' have not their equal. ia.u'.'* .j

THE He-Ue and Wharf latety erected by neO 47 RANDOLPH & LEWIS.Copartnership. the Subscriber; and settlers will be preferred It the most comfortable' way as il intersects the great around them, the inhabitants of tho Capitol of the I world!

..*. J.; & N. Uamlin, solicit! a share'uf patron- : purchase 9f their settlement; provided they.make Brunswick '."d Florida\ .Line at Cbattahoochce, Territory wit hence forwaid manifest a'more de. For additional particular of the abeve medStM da*

ate In the 'subscriber have this day entered into their. arrangements wilbftk a suitable! time., making a.travel 1 of but 30 hours by stages th'ouglithn o i"ltrelltln cherishing their own city instilulioiw. aee Moffal'* "Good Samaritan" a.copy.f I"

V Receiving A ForwardingBasinets THE as peneial commission and .forwarding Formerlput' huen,from die Comp who are whni ronto. Time from Columbus to Mobile, accompanies the utedicuie* It.copy can ,aifll'eb'am.d s

TATI'.A. ALEXANDER. merchants, under the Uyle of McNaugl.t in arrears'with their payments, respectfully re. 54 1urs: The scholastic year will bo divided into four ol the different JAjCl nll who bai'.u1_ t "

Pen Leon l5ih April, 1840 it rmond. WM. MeNAUQHT. quested to settle witn the Sub crib. r..'',fir with Mr. For Ih* Proprietor*... Ile ions of eleven' weeks each: and the following medicine lor sale. 'u't*eobtained
Carnoehan WILLIAM'CADY.. rates tuition allowotl .to bo paid in advance FteaebGermai,,'and Spanish direction eu
.a&C" JeWelrySIWer Ware Ac. JAMESORUMNP. during .ellOu. p to
Port Leon' Jan G."18406 x J. B. BROWN, ChaUahoochee, January 0. 1810. 517 .tf the Treasurer of the Board Tiutteea. on applicaUon at the officers Brd nl'. r
1 B 0 bavo removed to, the CO-PABTNCB811IP.. Agent Apalachieola Land Company.05ie9 S S BEITIOVAE7 Orthography and Reading, 93 tention.. ,All poet, paid letter" will receive i ija Id".,.. .
The above with
.Subscribers fakve'efatcreJ into at Mr.B.Barnard'*,'Tallahassee. Sobscribcm have removed their entire es. Writing and Arithmetic 10 ,
ton partoerthip :
formerly occupied by THE: : 5- Prepared and WILLIAM B.M0T!
THE with : sold by
The Grammar
jai.4 2t frem their. old and Geography. nd.I I .
WID.H ",'at.Le,& Co., where the finn Dr J8.: BULL CO.,-..1f l ,-aland in Berry History 375 Broadway New' York." A $libraltVJ"'
wi'l the bounces of M Row,;o the New BrICk Building on Munroe ( t 'It .
they y are now.opening a beau. carry on MERCHANT TAI Watches Jewelry Ac. street : S .
Tbesbovcwlth Greek and I:Latin and' node to thcve who rtbase1G..1J spi"
door General
next ,
to ft Ihel.lli
LORSbothth thla and the of Wm.H.\V.u ,wb.re .
U 4tiCulurtnciitof.&rtick.j in place city' u .' ...
Subscriber has Liuratare .I t> 'S 'AGENTS Tin Uf Medicin..mal.
on coiuinneii the businrsa 13 -
.'.V 1ie,such Aueber u.; .and Arrangements full supply of CJoilis been,' C'aasimeres made for a Vest constant i a nrI.Iludsollle dealiog! in luidtet same, .1'i4Iu. MartingtUt as herdofuf1ria mnd Ha;: French-extra eharge ,f" ., ,10 of( any of'Utv priucipal .Druggist ia anthorughont ,' t
0<4d.Levc/i Cylen- the Cai
{ncs etc.and a large of ef Watches Jew. "wtwts.of 4esriIion.; .Also .By order. utiLe. ,Truatcea.. the United Stale and
On. Ready Made a general a*wt-
far Diamond
IfaUies Ring a* ,
) A k Fibe ttq
d Ware Pbenix
Silver b A. At.GATLIN for Moffal's Life Pill and
'lothing, and tbiy are now: ATnE mnentoflfgnpjs TriMi iaj'".Bill and ,
to dk
,a.bbl. GarData. 4e ; Be. bee, a*. Diamond! date prepared accommo ; ,Cutlery, &c., which 'pwr' I rch-4J840'Jt S sure that* rae similfe .John Mefat -
Mi..i' Cameo tD..p.4 .WlnI GOld theit:cusiomei and the public; in"uy artiel. Gj1ad. Ridg Whip, ,"., ,C* l. .Bag, *
JUIigr Work I Ear Rings and,Pins; tfUf r Vyare.i I called (at in ibeirlme. One of the partner, Mr. He for.sal.,receive on MS\ usual Valise. .SaddlBef .H.t.Boxes ije. :..; ftortimg, I' ''CIIE.P.1UOV8E._ 8IGN. AN i is Pill.-opon, tha label of each bottta S of Bawt',w, **
: will!| %
Wad residing in NawJVork will enable hew Hamas, BndUttndTtp ORNAMENTAL
them toueot. .Lutiktrt H gCftJyroeBnJlu \ 'PAINTIN(;, GLAZING S ,,
isiM i u 7SM uTatIM D.sirlork.4oon., all orders and the daring the winter. These valuable: Medicines art for sale br ,
promptly on roost ,. (fl .
Bask. rea ti ( r 'f'.ttnd.JP, ape I
.p.lv.rPlc4 CsBdiEtickcCaU/ ls, WATCH REPAIRING seddl,3I7a. \_ mi. D.r RANDOLPH LEWIS
aonableterro. J. B. BULL, t .. All N ...math J HEondtrigMnwrtjrwp cu" infurmtb.
.TqssPofo.Ipii.a '
d8ji.omqCa&' .. .. E ',aY..iWADratJ.I'PlHN. '. It attended. to,with a* rnuch'abilily. prompt' 'border at abort Doti ,; ._ ..1'1, ,.. I JL S .ettiseas.of TalJkhaM e and vicinity that lbS ..ISt. f" >i1TaJI_ _
J" 11.1.. be
paD. .,. 17.1838. .,: II: ; less as at any 6bop"A tIle Southern conntry.Jn .. jARD. & JAY. i U prepared to lsetntifl'theneI.strn.nne' :'. ,. 'cetI
U. "ltC, I.cLIo . "" ., 3. FREDERICK TOWLE.Notice. Nr B. deqe in sill' 'efibe any ,.poUatS'B w'' 1111I
Aflc4'wMcth ladle; lieir' fii.d..w Lb. NOTiCE. > Ripaitiag the above articles aa above brane h.s,at.hof Lnottee, and at price
7 URlNGcnjr absence from Territory JAB. usuaL .! 4t 1. 15 'which wilt-induce thoMr : .y'r.1.o ..r S
cMia U call Mad aua}IJ., : D S S t_ may .n'in"OI'Itha.! to ge ',:8'UifAW.
r $ wHeb :!,ptlriagpemiiaHy ;U&.aWtd.t*. ,KIJ.Dn.llldJ.II. W..&aan .re>niyauihouL. T'11 II Co-Partnershfiiiieretofoie' exisiiogin.'tbenatne'ef ; -- I'r .Strajrjsd*,- .* WS V.l. Ca"tr4f,8lpJ ', pr niptljaUeode3\ l IcT. !mS '. 1Ir.r.-Rntd.' We M i .
'J. : '
.e. '.pnts." if BARNARD heinpariner HOMWaUtr: (aIIp. about th first N. D.PaiifluotiU.coio1s L
a9ja) dV vflft'Q *, .. PkEpL.u..ihi$4o .dittottedbrtfa .(April, r.adj prepared and IW .: ,t
'I j "" '4 I\'tho. death of'tht"Vniot all Jfci | larg .Sorr r.I. ..wiib.abMinhe| mixeThus.: T.'B.crAaK&'TFelt i iIC.rind. 'Winiau
face :
J' tisi1mcr yiffrftfji.- I___ _. ,4i. i--k-. rn1 indented to the firtc'.cre: requcatcd to makesmmd'ate : 15Y' tf -. .. .. i
ancf.l with
MJ of&tsyeoh.r, & car on bi.1f l ft eUek ____ Jilt_8.dajffioio1iglib1b1yo.zpfag.
.wwI )ia.0tetIOvCovr: '. CARLTON settlementind"all 'dalma .
.. hating wil' 1o .,and was about 6 yorsodLIjhe! ,.$ reward I ," --Forsa1e.' .. ... .tear'lDad..r
: .. ... ; pftaentthaVtme. ,
f.4 ) .. .J:9..4i.!*Wr please. > will! ke fiyep.for.. thedeliwry ,of vn*.or ibotli.of a!fl4NDaOME'I..IGHT.BAROUCHE ca,.n.wh : fr' :,. .. 'i eovtl, inupf l' 'f ;& tJst' t viis? -' .BARN\ ;Jr.S rvviBg! Pi '..,. i "hh ] |
., .. A lhin.alyVaUir Mill.*,or It.CaptJehfl'l, k'*,' 1lsrn.romphLf.r.Lwo) ,hf> by anfcf ce MJonl.1d 10,Mt Jt rtty jWd *lad&!
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4. '. ..; .Att(4I *wL14i, .t 4qor ..Uabve.id. b. 1nit tlr ht .. Tsah.lyi4t) .,::1 L' t "k 'n49t' n.irFaHshaai'ee. E.Q. fort Leon c1 lf bro' .. WALKER. .Feb.5..v. W&I.a.t''i 5.1
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