The Floridian
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 Material Information
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 17, 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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IM Council of Iho Territory -' pro ; 'requested that Soon alter,tlo party had reached Smhh, w. .tuf, D.lM1f auua .".v. .; q'
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_ia.* ? io r.1.tkr *nd amendatory to the Advertisements inserted at the usual rates.. > MxxBK&or rmt Boiip OF THITOKS. Major Andre 1 should' be;the 'person to.bold I a heavy yc&nnpmiding was., heard-dowa the ered j Jjt.tJds.p .

.i forida. 'f incofporstionAnd whrrmalso, Cofnmonication and -other articles) for Insertion Benedict Arnold was a native of Connec. communication with him, and Clinton accord river:which'proved to be.against the Vulture, M.'rA. ti Wi. -;' t Aflnexa

? twelfTh dsy or February, year o t our in the paper, must be directed to EDWAI.D R Gia. ticut; and the brick building in which he once mgly deputed him. and cause 'her to'change:'her position. :'Af. r ohtS "uS'efect t

[Lord one llo.nceibt hundred and and thiiy-.e'efl. ION, Editor. ." kept store, although time-worn and decayed, Major John Andre was intended for'a'commercial ter breakfist'Arnold and:Andra'were left together to proc eH fi;but:imindiatelj; afteroa Df t'ne<

San(.i ii.!of H.6 Governor&/ v.islatr Letters on business'S connected- with the ostvb- is still standing at-New Haven, near the hare life, and had entered upon its busy ; ,and in the course of. the day the nefarious I men, thraking! ':thit ho "percmred '.something '

sid Charter TtrtM tio .app' by tho liah mrnt,to SAMUEL S. StiLE PuMilber.r bor, with one end. overgrown with ivy, and employments ; butthe abrupt ,and sad ter. scheme was finished, and 'the 'conditions singular in ..\.ftP ancecilWlHm; back.

vigind enrullmtot *uld % J orpor: in the garret may still be seen the sign he then mination of his addresses to a young English settled. But so,secret were 'the. -'proceedings l"Andre asked th t m;'-where they were frorot. -

don and said addtiona1 ;,1d amendaory.ea Territory; : orJo'1 r TERRITORY OF FLORIDA,, used. No officer in the ,American lady, whose father forbade the union, ,drore that to this hour the veil has never '. From down bek>'w>*> they: replied,' toearuag;.

the. as office well ef the by Secretary the public .tatatei.of. ihe I To tile Marshal of the Middle District, stood higher than he in the confidence of army the him to the excitement of military life ; and been removed ,from the transaction. The from New York., Too-frank': to aspect 'a' .
oFlorid.ofFloridaprintcd. authority ofiheGov.Irtorand greeting : Government,and the love of the people, prier forsaking England, he sought in the fascina. grave has closed over the actors in the great 'snare,Andra \nsw red,: and so'am I.' Ha

Legislative Counci of Ihe same,-And lIITn F.REASllerctofuro to wit: on the eighth to tha.t dark period when, plotting the ruin of''I I tion of military glory, a forgetfulness or his drama. Fancy has run wild with conjee wu then closely R r ied,- sod;;tb papers

,hcress alsoa law ,'a pasited by the Govfrnnr and V" day of February in the year of our Lord his oppressed country, he effected his own bitter fate. He was taken prisoner of war ture, yet the minute details have not transpi. found concealed in ,stockings. They were
Lennlitivc Council of ihe Territory of Florida, on one thousand eight hundred and t.hirty.t\\0,1\ Charter I and soon after he entered the and when red examined and Paulding said, *He is a !'
{C, fourth day of March in the year of our LordODe of Incorporation was granted the I exchanged forever the bright and spotless! army ; nor never can. Enough, however, is spy
ti thousand eiht hundred and Ihirly-nine, autho.requiring Council 1 of the Territory of Florida to such Legi.lalive inheritance of a'soldier's fame for the with. searched he concealed in his mouth a miniature known to verify the truth WalpoIe's re. Andre made the most liberalofi'era. to'his e

isiag end* the District Attorneys of said should mbsciibe to the stock of a certain personsas Bank, ering curse of a nation's contempt, and the of his lady love, which in happier days mark: that u every man has his price ;"how tors to procure his release but in'vain. He

Territory to institute the requisaeIt&al proceed- to be established in the Town of Magno'ii' and unending infamy of a traitor's name, which, his own pencil had sketched. and which,a mid derogatory soever to the nobler feelings of was carried by them! a prisoner North .

.' Ccciive-tJnil di'tiicls such$ banking us might have incurred, in forfei-their should which, said comply Bank with the provisions of said Charter, living, haunted every hour of his life, and other scenes' in distant lands, he wore as a our nature,yet it found its practical illustration tie, one of the .American' posts,,'and" there
was incorporated by the name and will memory talisman the silent still in the miserable Arnold. Various surrendered to Col.) .eSOa..thC..QftiCfl"1m.
-L of their charters by non str, and t tDre mme to effect so Hut the said Charters or MAGNOLIA;-And whereas ul!o, or the twelfLh All writers agree that the deep pecuniary loved companion of life's weary pilgrirrage. have been indulged as to the price command' ; 7

th igbt b declared null and void by the judgments day of February in tho year ofour Lord one ilion.ami embarrassments of Arnold, into which his He WM 4 most graceful, elegant and accomplished paid, by the. British ; 'and .the. better opinion As'a'reward for. tbe' virtuous.J* d patriotic- .

!flfcs prpr Courts in said Dstnct-And; where- eight hundred and thirty-two, an act was love of pleasure and great hid gentleman: ;and ripe achotar-passion seems to be, (but even that is little less than conduct of.PauldingWiIIiausan&V.nWitt, -
Sil.ley. ,Attorney].of the United Stales paaned by the Governor and Legislative Council .f extravagance ately fond of the fine arts and finished voted ach for of ,.
u District of Florida the leu him, were the J leading motives that impel. a master conj-cture,) that. ha .received ten thousand Congress to-- annuity j
Middle prose-utin foraid of Florida
for Iho Trrrilory ,to amend tho said Charier I of puinling rand drawing. He was the pounds sterling : for two hundred dollars, and -a silver. ed Ih- +
Territory, hath appeared on this day on behalf of Incorporation;-And whereas also on the fif.teenlh led him to the fearful step. Ramsey informsus i ;n exchange that brilliant 5,
or* id Terriloryand by him the Court here is givenloundersund day of February, in the year of our Lord that the generosity of the States did not i favorite of the whole army, and into every reputation which the wealth .of the,world tug onone side ashield, inaorbetprLde1ity,' 2
and bo InfQtmed,. the aid"Ceg. thousand domestic circle was welcomed friend and have been and on tho other the motto *Vincil '
Ot one eight hundred and thirty-Tour, an keep pace with the extravagance of their favorite as a ought to insufficient to purchase. _ampr.p* :
tl Bank of Florida"hath forfeited it.Charter and act was passed by the Legislative Council of the officer. A table and brother. Such,.was the man selected to con. Andre was then furnished with the follow. triaj.' .'

the fianclii, privileges, rights and immunities: Territory of Florida, supplemental to the said dive sumptuous oxpen. duct the delicate':and dangerous negotiation, lug papers : Artillery orders recently published Colonel Jameson,after a carefulexamlaslion -.
conferrod, by and hath prayedthit I Charter of Incorporation unsupported by the resourcesof
thereby t telrtfacmight: NOH781R issue accordinz to law. to enrollment of said Charier as appears ot Incorporation by tho original i., private fortune, unguarded by the virtue of i which had for its unholy,aim the base surren. at West Point, directing the dispositionof of the papers, notwithstanding the fact

umrnon the said "Central Bank of Florida" to and sad amendment, .and Paid supplemental act,of 'economy and good management, soon in. der ot America-such the man with whose eachcorps in case of alarm ; II. An esti. :that they were all in, :ihe'Liandwnlln- .
ippear before this Court, at the proper time and record in tho office of Ihc SgcrcUry of the Territory creased his debts beyond the of aid Benedict Arnold was to strike a blow at mate of the American force ut West Point bore the signature of:Arn 1d/ 'cimedon.

licr,and showjcause; ifany it could, why the said of Florida, as well as by the public tialutCM t of the discharging them. His love possibility the heart of that country under whose 'stars and its dependencies ; HI. An estimate of their face the indisputablO e evidence,.of bis

.Dd Charter clm-d of Incorporation null and void:should: not be repealed Governor Territory and of Florida Legislative, printed Council hy aulh'irily of the of the duccd the love of money ; and pleasure.that extinguished pro.. and stripes he had fought freedom's battles, the number of men necessary to man the treason ordered tho,'prisoner' to'be sent direct ;

"HF.RKFORE: YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED And whereas also, a law was passed by the'Govcrnorajid .tie-- : all sensibility to the obligations ofhonor from whose gory fields he had borne away works ; IV. A return of the ordnance iu the to Arnold. This conduct was.iadeedj&bstextraordinary '

Thxt y.)1 make known to the ait Legislative Council of said Territory on and duty. The calls of luxury were the wounds and scars which are ,the soldier's 1 different forts, redoubts and batteries ; V. ,' and justified the remark of

"Central P*nk Florida.,.and all Pres I"nt. the fourth day of March in the year of our Lord ressingand> demanded I best certificates, and the mute pleaders for a Remarks on the works atV cst Point, de. General --Washington :.either on.lnt.
Cit'lnerit sntl l Stockholders thereof, that ono thousand eight hrmJrvd and: thirty.nine Authorizing ,althoughat country's irratitude.. of his
NctOl the of fame and scribing the construction of each, and its egregious folly or bewildered conception
( ihrekr t before the Jurl o ofour Superior Court: oftliB und rcQuirinr/ tho District Atinrnrv of aid; expense country. Con-
; '.Middle Diklriot. of Florida.for'the County ofIan Territory to 'institute the requisite J legal t racts were made, speculations entered into,I It w'as the original intention ef Arnold to strength or weakness ; VI. A report of a I he seemed loaV ,in_ .astonishmentand '

on ihvtecand Monday of Novcinlcr Ilextanerthe ings against such Banking Iii'-i-rporati proceed in theirtospeclive and partnerships instituted, which could not. receive Andre within the lines, at his own Council of War lately held at Head Quarters !seemed ,not to know 'what he 'was doing-,.. :

die of this writ, or cudi oilier' time A the Distrirls, a? might have incurred forfei. bear investigation.: Oppression extortion Head Quarters, and to arrange there the containing hints respecting the probable I The prisoner was accordingly sentoff to

Court tny be adjourned I 10, nl the Court House of lures of their Charters by non-iser,arid lo prosecute misapplication of public and whole plan of operations. At that time, part operations of the 'campaign, ard: which had Head Quarters,and the papers despatched by ,
nid County of Lon, at, iho city of Tallahassee, miiid the Kainn to efl'ect, tut thai the said Charters money property, of the stationed, General :
mig'il army was at Salem, a townon sent by General Washington to Arno'd, :an otprcs3.to Washington. Major -
County,to show if any thing they fur Iheirt- he dec.a red null and void l hV the Judgment' or the furnished him with the farther means of grat. .
the Eastern side of the Hudson dis. few before Tdllmadge, the second offic i in commandunder
some a days his r
the said Charter his requesting opinion on
selves] lure or can say why ofIncorpiration proper Courts in snid Diltricl.-And whereas, fying favorite passions. In these circumstances .
nf tie "Centra] Bank ol Florida,1'' ," Charles S. Sibley Attorney the United States a change of sides offered the distance from the river, and under the command the subjects to which it icferfed. These papers Colonel Jam son, was absent from tho ..

chould not l be rr'I'alc.l| l, annulled, and inado void. for! the Middle Dulriclof Florida, prosecuting for only hope of evading and- the of Colonel l Sheldon. He had been were all in the hand writing,,of Arnold,I I post, when the prisoner'was brought in j but
a at
and 'lllibei'ii><, immunities, rijjhls. privlcges and Raid Territory hath appeared on this day, on be time held scrutiny, told by General Arnold that he expected a'' and bore his signature At ArnoldVrequesf having returned, very shortly,after the guard
frtneliisn !>y the! "ame rnnicrrcd, be seized into b alfof said Territory, und by him the Court here same out a prospect of replenishing t had '
F person from New York whom he wished to these papers were all put by Ardre between departed with him, an bemg apprized.of -
.mil tilfurtiicrio psselMII] d<. and receive Territory what the Ka'H Coo itttimsnd said "The Mcrchti.U' and Plant inlormcd, r*' Bank of thai Mnfnolu' the. In the midst of his desperation, his funds!I meet at Sheldon's quarters, and desired instant his feet arid stockings and in the cYenr of detection the facts, he at once declared his full.convic-

there,of it and lhrl1 in this behalf, "hal ; hath forfeited its Charter! and all the francliise detection unavoidable, he resolved to notice of hU arrival. A letter was were to be destroyed. It was then :(ion of Arnold's treason, and urged so ear.

t'"ldpr aud direct,- you ato 'further com ,jirivilcpcs, rights and immunities, thereby gone inburdeu; his to the French then written informing Andre of this arrange farther arranged that Andre was to return neatly! that the prisoner !should tbc, sent t
inanJcd lo give notice of the itiilitution of thi'pru. confcrri-d, by non-iiu.r, and'he hath flr\y'd that a griefs envoy ; and ment ; to this he replied, in the enigmatical i immediately to New York ; that the British Head Quarter?, that Colonel! James jtejded
in heir detail the '
mingling of his
ctv4lnwt'V publication hereof ?oin public n\ve. srirefacuu uiijrht ifsue according to law, to summon ingratitude style which distinguished all their correspondence troops, already embarked under the ofan a reluctant! assent that an. express'should.bo':
rUler in the Middle' District of Florida fur thu : iho' mid "The Merchant and I'l.intcriT Bunk country, to seek from the sympathy of a for. pretext
.pa.1. .f three morillis from the day of the date u Magnolia," to appear before this Court, nt the eigner the means to retrieve his shattered for. that he would be at Dobbs Ferry," expedition to the Chesapeake, were to be instantly despatched ; and .in, a few.hours,

rreof;and tLatVou: make return of this: writ or the proper time and place, and. *lx w cauo if any it touldwhy The aunes. t n certain time. Arnold left West Pointin ready, at a moment's warning, to ascend the Lieut. Allen returned" with Andre to-North i-
application was not
irdtd.&y; oftI.slern: of our said Cojrl, onJ of c the..aid Charter "f I Incorporation should but only unsuccessful i the afiornoon of the 10th September went river : the post at West Point was to be Castle ; from thence he :Vas' removeo*,' for
wth! such disdain "
Ilr proctJ.r". thtf'on. not te repealed, and dodarrd null and ,aid.TIIEIU'FOJlE and was rejected with down the river in his barge to King's Ferry, weakened by such a disposition of its troopsas I I greater security,to astern; and'placed undercharge :
W such
G. CLLFORD accompanied bitter rebuke
lt"JnD YOU ARE HLRUBY COMMANDED as passing the night at the house of Joshua would leave no adequate force for its de. of Major Tallm'd&e., Upbirjejachlog
Cit-ri of our t-aid: this IGih uf add the
day t o to of Arnold.
greatly desperation
tuurt. make known to th snM"The
jiij' .1. 0. 1840- Ild ixty-fifih _>car of Mercl'ants' and yon Planters Bank of Magnolia.* Thus baffled and mortified, he was at last Smith, and \vcnt early next morning down to fence : as soon as it was known to Arnold I I I this post, Andre found that"kewasnot to. betaken '

America l Independence. and all Presidents. C.i.hicr*, Directors, and Stockholders driven, by his impetuous into the fa- Dobbs' Ferry. Andre had arrived the night that the British troops were coming up the i to Arnold, and utterly deSpairing-of esI -
WKLLFORD.. Clerk of : thereof/, that thoy I.e before tho Judge of' feelings, before, but not finding .Arnold and fearing river, parties of soldiers were to he sent out I cape'or concealment,he wrote huhfirst letter ;
ib: Superior Court of*Mi.? Middle J Dill rict of our Superior Cort of the Middle District of t'llri.I I t tl11 project of selling his country-that coun. mistake, he returned to New York. Another from the garrison to certain distant points,, .l to General Washington, dated Salero._ Q4th :

FJurida fi Lean. Cour.ty. da 1 for be County: of Leon, on the second Monday I try which had heaped honor after honor up. meeting -was fixed for the 20th. Arnold under pretence of meeting the while September, 1780,' in which, with a sokHer'a
i in N-tveinbcr alter the date of on him, with prodigal kindness-which had onemy
next this
T writ, oruhI then wrote to Major commandantAt the Britislr landed and : frankness, he disclosed his situation j,. and all
TOTICEisJ.orcby of the foregoing were to march
given pro.I hi other limn as the Cour. may be adjourned given him birth and his upon
i ctf.Iing. to all ,pen and name high up. one of the it'a himself t the undefended his proceedings. He then! handed the letter p
; C'lncern- s ssA lo, nl the Court Hi'Usir of said County of Leon, ir the roll f her and outposts man calling garrison by other and differ
l t tiiercin, I I cm thmhy directed. the fity .TallaluiMic inaid: County, lo .how, 1 i'nny oti < great distinguished men John Anderson' arrived at his station,to ent routes. These details being all arranged, 1 open to Major Tallmadge, who read it with .
-whose shores .
LEIGH READ. thing they for ihrmse.'vr: 'have, or ran IIY: were covered witn a merccery send him without delay to (Head Quarters, Ancre was furnished with several different'strong emotion, and sealed and forwarded
M'llal'Jf tile Miihlle District Qf Florida, lIe siiid Charter '. i t foe, seeking her subjugation-that coun.
\Jjy of Incorporation of TheMcrvli.ntr
I escorted by two dragoons. Sir Henry Clinton to be used in of to General Washington.
Asg.9,5 passes cases
lyJQHN R. U. *
KACKL M. < aid, I'lament: Buntrof MlIgn.lil1".tiuudt : t ry. in finr. \* hose fMip.ryrere barefoot and I II emergency. I
order nlYovd of .. .'hn .. The commander in chief
III to into noTt l I therLOlthis
ntockito o'*ot qilPOtirtri tvoa. iv aKnntrl) t was
TERRITORY OF n" to rvjn-aU-d. in.nullc-il. and made void and alllibel amid the of winter and g .
FLORIDA I sI storms '
from Hartford and the
had buck New York. changing route
course and escape, sent Colonel Beverly to Andre insisted that he way
l; I lieniimuiMlivH, and franrhihp.tf
rights privileges
To the Marshal of tiLe Middle District, : ; r which, poor in every thing but her reliance onGod Robinson the river in should be board which he had first proposed, 'came- by
by I iho "'ll ';onfeireJ, hcixized into poeshion up the sloop of war put on the Vulture, but to this
greeting : und control; of said Territory and further t-> i her valor, and the bravery of her peo. Vulture, with orders to stop Teller's Point. I Smith interposed so many serious obstacles,, the way ot West Point.. At FiskhiU he

WIIERHA ', herutofrc, to wit: oa the s ievd o and receive what ihi. paid Court then and) llionof Pie, had no hoarded gold with which to win A letter from the Vulture, addressed to Gen.Putman that the matter was still 'unsettled: when Arnold met the French minister: M. de la Luzerne.
day of November, in the year of it nnd them, in tin behalf, thill consider anddirct. back to love and duty the traitor to her stan- ] and who had been to visit Count Kocnambeau
Andre at
I known not to be there reached
or Lord 'Ie theur.anJ eight hundred und : ( ,) parted-to meet no more on
farther commanded to ,
twenty you on giv lard and her
i-ine: a Chari of righteous cause. Arnold and of understood this side the Newport .and regained that night with tha
Incorporation was granted o-i notice of I hi' Institution: o5: ihis), proceeding, by publication was course to np- grave.After
t&e condlhr.nclirnitllliolic am rt I rcFtridioi.K therein I h ''1'' of in some puiiiic newspaper in the After the British evacuated Philadelphia, prize him that Andre was on board. Arnold bad departcd.Smith positively minister. Very early next hiorning he sent

1\fOidl-d. Sty the Lrgi.iUive: Coumiil of the T.ri.IorlfJfrj.tllltto. MiJilie! Di.-lricl of Florida, f..r the Fj>ace of three many fimilics'cro left, who were disaffected On .that very day, and but a few hours after refused to incur the hazard of rowing downto off his luggage, with orders to the men to go
a corlaui Bink hy the name Iud! months from the day of the dtc hereof. And unit owards the Americans, and among others, quickly possible to 'Bevelry 'and Mrs. -
(,!eof the HANK the bat had carried the letter on shore, Gen. the Vulture ; and much to the chagrin: and give
('1' FLORIDA, ard .fJ all tholletho niako return of this writ, and of
you your proceeding hat of Mr. Edward Shippcn, afterwards Arnold notice that he
ihould! ic.omc Subscriber Washington- and his suite crossed the Hudson disappointment of Andre, be was compelledto would be their at break.
lo the avid Bank
!! I thrroon, en the first day or the next term ol
thor iupccfcuur and af."ijn";-And whereas also, ooaiI. ur caul Court. Chief Justice of Pennsylvania. His Leauti- I :.t King's Ferry, in Arnold's barge, the adopt the only alternative, a journey back : fast.Vber.. the General and his suit arrived

;. seventeenth day ollVbruary, in the year of WITNKSS.-RICHARD G. WCLLFORD. ful and accomplished} daughter had been the Vulture then in full view below ; and while by land. Smith agreed to accompany him opposileVest Point he was observed to

on r Lord. one t'liuusattJ: : ei-ht h'indrcd arid thirly.re Clerk <-f our said Court, this 16th day o toast' of all the British officers of whom Washington was viewing her with his glass, until he should have passed beyond the American turn his' herse into a narrow road that led '

itliliro! an Council art we. panhi-d, !t.y' Ihc Governor. ai.d Leg. July, A. D. 1840. and tuxly-fi year oi none stood higher in the estimation of tho Arnold is said to have betrayed great u.jeasi- i posts. Arnold had, alter much difficulty to the river. La Fayette remarked; 'General
of :| nrnl| ( ry of Florida to the Independence of Ihe United States otA
ajiend taid ClurU-r of Iu :.,|,,r:lion, a* appearn lUeri"a.R family than Major John Audre. With him, uess. It is worthy of remark, that befor prevailed on Andre to exchange his mill" .you are going in a wrong direction ; you

by the cri in.l
torporatllln,aDd 4Jf"ill.J ainrndmcr.t thin' ,..r. of record tin Superior Court uf the Middle Ui.-tncl fFlorida and friendly corre..pondence. Arnold was by .*ir Henry Clinton not to change his the dupe of Arnold's cunning. He neither us.' Washington good .natoredly'reJtUlrkecr
in the fire! of Ill! crclary of the Territory ; !i"t Leon Co< lot an unmoved, spectator of the lady's Ah, I know in
Flurida f iny.O young I dress, nor to go 't ithin the Am. ncan lines, knew the rank, the name nor the business of you young men are all love
a* veil an by the public nUtuirs of li.e nud worth atd! having made offer with Mrs. Arnold and wish '
I KJiiuty ; an te where shes
and his illustrious and when with get
Territuiy, of Fiur.da I on no accoiua to take any guest ; the natural -
of I ICE: thft papers.
printed by authority tinGnemor is hereby given of foregoing pio-
of his hand aud heart, was accepted, and thus i as soon as possible. You and take
hud Legiatuc! Council of tit! "'Ilne- 1. ':'Jiirs, tv al! porsomi mentioned and coo- I Arnold employed a man by the name of curiosity which such au occurrence may go
'. And wliercuii ol-o, a law was psJifcd by the Gov- ('(rucd thoreni, as I am thereby diiecled. entered a fumily hostile to his country! and Joshua Smith to aid him genenlly in the prosecution would arouse, he inquired why a man coming your breakfast with her, and tell her not to '

ernor and t>gii>Utive Ci-nucil of the said 'err tu.ft LEIGH LIE \I), Marshal: whose interest and pleasure it would! naturally of his plan, although it is now generally i in a civil capacity, and on commercial business wait for me : I must ride down and examine

,011 iLtr fourth day of March, in the year of our of the Middle District of tll1ridil"y' be, to win from the cause of the rebels' to believed that Ian rever did communicateto should be dressed in full! ullt( rrn.he was he t redoubts on this'side of the river.* The

-niWuing">id nelhousind and requiring eight! hundred the District and Attorneys thiriy.iiine' of, -Aug.-- 21)). S-_by JOHN. -F.-KACKLEK, D.1 the king, one so well known to fame. The I I Smith the'purpose he had in view. Smith told it was Mr. Anderson's ambition to be officers however, with tho exception of two -

aid Territory to inytilulo the requisite l legal procodings acquaintance with Major Andre commencedat was to bring Andre on shore from the Vulture, considered a man of consequence, and that of the aids remained. When the aids arrivedat

againct such Hanking Incorpor-itions in this time ; and even then the determinationof and Smith's house, in case ultimate neccs- 1 he had borrowed from an acquaintance the 'Bevelry,1 they found the-family waiting;

Kfc.turei weir respective Districts: might have incurrcd Arm Id was formd to make Andre the instrument sity, was to be the place of negotiation. AtArnold's military costume in which he appeared ; but and having communicated the' message of

frosecate the of same their to Charters effect, so by that mm-iuer tho said and Char-to by which the hellish plot was to be request, Smith sent all his family now that he was compelled to return by lar.d, Gen. Washington,Arnold, with his.family and
ten consummated. Arnold had been f.r some the furnished citizen's dress would be the two aids, sat down to breakfast. Before
might be declared null and void by the JudrncDlofthe away except servants. Being a obviously more .
proper CourU in said Di..trictfl.-Alld Tallahassee (Florida) Baccs. time leading an inactive life, having been excused with a boat and pass, and assisted by two proper. With this plausible reasoning, Smithwas they had finished, a messenger arrived in ".

'berei.,1,,Charles S. Si ley, Attorney the United T1 ANNUAL MEETING: FOR 1841 will I fiom duty,o wing to the wounds ho had brothers by the name of Colqhoun, who wore so well satisfied that he tumished Andre great haste, and handed.General.Arnold a let.,
Wat ftr the Middle Di-trict of I'loridi. .ecu commence over th Marion Course received but be became suddenly anxious t which he read with and '
pio ; forced reluctantly to he went off to from his own wardrobe with the cr deep evident emo
f T f(r said T,rriiory, hath) appeared on this On Wednesday the 13th January next, very go ; neces'saryapparel.
fv active service in the field. tion. .
"r t the Vulture with orders Mr. nder. Just before he and _
hakhiIf0f.5..j Tt-rritory, and him the Court owned in to bring sut.set, Smith,
by free fur all Horncs
and continue 4 day.,
ten is given. t.) undeictand and be informed, that Florida, or the lower Counties of Georgia and I His first effort was to procurent the hands son 0:1: shore. The oars were muffled ; the accompanied by a negro servant of the latter, self.control of the soldier enable Ar.
vt Hid Bank f'Jarid4"" halli f..rfeiled( iUChar- Alabama. of eneral Washington, the command ofVest night was tranquil and serene ; the stars proceeded to King's Ferry and crossed the nold to suppress the.agony be endured 'after

''f.and all the lranchi cs, privileges and imniuni- FIRST PAT-A Jockey Club Purse of $100-1 1 I \ Point, then universally esteemed .the shone brightly above ,them ; the water was river from Slor.y Point to Verplanck's Point.In reading this letter. He rose.hastly from_ the '
thereby conferred by nonuser, and ho hath. I IPrayedth.t mile heats.J most important military outpost in the coun calm and unruffled, and the gentle air floated pursuing (he route which was considered table; tod! the aids that hb immediate prea.encc .

J Ia"to suinujon a "i die fact said&l'Bank*niglitissiie of Florida according," lo ap-to t mile ECOSD heal;D..t-A Jockey Club Purse- of$200- 1 try. He succeeded in this, and establishedhis mildly by. The work of treason wei.t most s.ife, they mot with many of Smith's was-required at West:Point.and desired

pear before this Court, at the proper lime and I TIMED DAT-A Jockey Club Purse for $500-3 head quarters at Beverly or Robinson noiselessly onand the whispers of conscience acquaintances, with whom he drank and jo. them so to intbrm General Washington when

tl&ee' to how cause if any it could, why the said I milo heats House, on the eastern side of the Hudson found no echo, save in the heart where they ked, but suffered no interruption until near he arrived. Having first ordered a horse to

airier of Inoorp<>ratinn bould not bo repealed,, I FOURTH DAT-Proprictor's Purse, $%00-1 mile river, about two miles below West Point.- originated. Crompond, where they were hailed by the be ready, he hastened to'Mrs. Arnold's cham.

sad decared: Dull end void; heat 3 best in 5 Entrance 10 per cent. This place had belonged to one Beverly Robinson Smith was shown into the cabin of the sentinel of a patrolling party, by whose captain her, and there, with a bursting heart,dis 1 s- '
.THEREFORE YOU ARE HEREBY COM And the following Sweep-stake imw open, who, having taken arms with'the ed to her his dreadful position;and That -
up Vulture into which after Colonel Rob. examined. The they
MINDED That you make known to the said I and will be run for, if they tire filltd, before the soon they were pass signedby
"fc& k or Florida*' and all the!'reI denlltCaaliers: Jockey Club Race IMI ihe three fir.t days. British against his country, forfeited his pro. mon brought a man whom ho introduced as Arnold WAS produced, and ended all fur- must part perhaps forever. .Str k with horror .

Oirselors and Stockholders thereof that they bevtfors FluB DAT.-A Posmiakes. fr._ for all age, t perty. The main part of the army was at Mr. Anderson. He was in full uniform but ther delay ; but the worthy captain of the at the painful intelligence) this food; )and, .

ih. Judge 1'I'.our' Superior Court of the mile heats Subscription $200. forfeit JIOO; to Ix'L this time down the Hudson, between Dobbs over it wore a blue traveling coat. They guard was so urgent that they should not in. devoted wife swooned,and fell senseless as
Middle District .Florida for the of Lron run for before the Jockey Club Race on the fir.tI
County I Ferry and Tappan. General La Fayette had I his feet. .In this stato ,he left her burred "
.nibe second Monday in November next after the; day of the next Tallahassee Jo key Club Races. left the Vulture, and lauded at the foot of a cur the personal danger of further travel ,- .
*4t. or this writ or such other ti'Ue as the Court 3 Sc4)scriber necessary to make a II ace. I employed his own expense, in New York,I mountain called the Long Clove, on the west that night, that Smith resolved, much to the clown stairs, and mounting: :his'' horse, rode .; ,

"J be adjourned lo, al the Court House in tho SECOND DAT.-A Sweepstakes for three year. several spies, who were to furnish him secret margin of the river, about six miles below annoyance of Andre, to stop, and in the humble with'all possible speed to' the rirer. III ".

City .T.lialiusoo and County of Leon. lo chow, olds, 1 mile heals. Subscription $:00; forfeit $100-; intelligence of the movements of the enemy. Stony Point. The exact spot for the first interview cottage of Andreas Miller, an honest old doing so. Arnold did not keep"down the main "

*if k-a?thing they fur laerraelhue or can "y. to be run for before the Jockey Club Rare, on CrubRac. the: Arnold applied to him for their names and I had been fixed, and to.this place, Ar. farmer, they found rest for the night. road but passed down the thunt pursuing _
the next
said of ihe Tallahassee Jockey
Charter second
of I of the 'Ban k day
.r f Florida should qot be repealed, annulled and I I .... 3Sobs.ribcrs nf'ceuul to make a Race address, on the pretence that they could communicate .nold had ridden from Smith's house. And Early in the morning, they proceeded on a by.path through the woodstjwhich'l4euiea.ant >,:

-d. void, and all liberties iminuititifs. pririlee. I THIRD DAT.-A Bweef'.lIt kefl for 2 year olds, with him with greater facility, and L there, in the darkness'of night, amid.its stillness the road leading to Pine's Bridge ;- and about I Arden pointed out, and which Kh now .:; -

fo' franchises, by the Mine conferred, IMJ seized I mile out. .cub.criptiop $100; forfeit $50; to be ho would then send the information to LaFayette i and gloom, stood the arch traitor of A. two mile beyond it.cartook eta frugal break called -ArnoW Path!, Near the4,foot rtbe '

{"U (.ae..ioQ' .d J coulrj Of said Territory, and run for before the Jockey Club Race on the %t.hirdday ; but the request was promptly re : rnerica, and the' flower England's chivalry! fast, at the house of a good Dutch woman, mountain, wherq. the path, approach 'the' .
lIl'lherto do and receive what the said Court then of the neztTalkhs-sCCJOCk0Y Club Races.Subscribers 3 fused old-fashioned notions of honor io'r ad willow
as somo a praated"thereno
a It was picture worthy mast pencil. At I ,though plundered by the marauders
there of nuke Uace. was
;ii 1, and in this to a
them behalf ahall
: necessary
side direct -Afid you ere further commanded c->nand Subscription to tho above Slakes can b* made by) seemed to forbid it. Arnold, after his marri. their feet lay the mighty.but tranquil Hudson; :enabled to spread before them a repast of hasty doubt by 8om
*fire notice of the institution of this proceeding I letter addressed to iho Secretary of iho Tullahas r age, encouraged Mrs.. Arnold in keeping up abcve and around them were the towering I pudding and milk, accompanied, we doubt marked contrast'with'llie"fo !'I reTshichencircoand .

V 1 yuUtcalton hereof in some pvblia newspaper in I; Jockey Club any time bolero the 15th hy of De the correspondence with Major Andre ; and I I monuments of.God's omnipotence, that I not, with an honest welcome and woman's surround it, to 'point oat th;,In. -. .

tile Middle District Florida,(or the space of three cernber Dut,-whlln they will be cbned; the entry lobe thus, although unknown to herself. the devoted I I Proe'abn the Eternal Architect "n high, blessing. After breakfast,Smith divided with quiring tourist the very path;.ayfof1ib trti-! J
wMUifrom the day of ihft date hrc"af; and that named the eveninK before the RIco I wifowas made of the tools which tor."i: -
one by :
?oa make relurni ollhis .rite and ofyourproceud. Mr. F. P. GF.ROVV is HOW ngsjed at the Ma. Who tamp on all h works hU own eternity. Andre his small stock el paper money, took "C :,;

lafl thereon, on the first day of the heat term of rJoii Course, and has upened Training' Subles t.r.. American liberty was to be crushed. In a The conference was continued the greater his final leave, and with his servant returned In intereiting visitwe-eeftcctimp*; .

.Mid Court. iho accommodation gunllcmen who haY, Horns, little time, Arnold commenced a direct corres.pondeoce :part of _the night, and when the wasting of to Peekskil), and thence ,to Fiahkilf whither. nied by,the superintendent; Srfajbr' TWafield, > '..5pfi .
WrnDl-RICBARD G., WELLFORD to train! Mr. Gere w is'well known at an expert. with Andrethe letters of!the former .the tide und the near approach daylight he'had sent'his family daring.the_memorable !and in the barges.kiu4Lydff4, for;. our ac*.
Cwt of our.said Coort, blt-Sllb'.d., nicd T/aiuen and the fullest confidence. may b(0. being signed G stavus,' ,,and of the latter, was urged ly Smith as a reason for its term scenes that had occurred: hit"house" On I commodation, ;we .w eru.rpc4-to, | rBfary( !
day of July A. D. 1840, and the .ikty. placed In his safe management of Hones eminitted time Sir Hen. i Dock, and landed aijbti wb J9iJMnoM T'-
'John Anderson.. For ; spot' e ) :
tub year of the Independence of Ilia United to his charge; THOS.: BROWN,, Ilationt e parties agreed to proceed to Smith's I his way back,he tick occasion ''ci Jj.at'c.IJ < .
BUiesof Airnric*.: 'J.ut(18' 61, BecrtUary. and ** oprlctor ry Clinton did not know':tbe.r.aI" ; but I house, .;'ijtie boat was sent off, and mold vcarlyf* diIe&iithtGetteralMD i 1dI.{ .*n'd. gave i took boafto a13,his'ecapei' 'He tra.ToweVl
H. .. became satisfied from chain of err.curastanccs ,to the'V lnmr and uslog ;a .b@.1!bt;, .
G. WELLFOaD Clerk of he soon :and Arijiretproceeded. on ,bora : ,Near hiraV full'account';of.Mr.v 4ereon'ipio.gss ;
.. Btptrlor Court. 'or lbs )Middl District of of.CopartacrtlUp.: J ,: that',jr'vu';.General "'AMoldarLp.rjGet' the house, the, challenge'of,sentinel. gave' ,'-and. 'where, bii-al&bi.: : : :'chi; ;/ re"70..n.-r..r.ted t e'tdgrabitit 1b' iitttQ'ii7., "-..

.. F1GdCLDCOW3t7., TiDiCfolaUoa;: : ;rq'.,bCf'lcIor-C JYM &!nlsl',JZcrt n".uIiiy olar I j The;!: O.fri : Wst-Po1nt ''A.tidrel"th. 'unwelcome and startling, 'iptelfi.gence. Srnthnd( i .Andre :$fle&il< _: v%$'8.undrOd* .''. de..r ir.lkbOw>w AI WGrewJ'.' '> J -E":' ...'.: \'

, !7'JC 2ia hiteIy jei.Gtt b/' riui lI"proJ.1 di 1e4J,1.J': OIJ' Dt;, ..' ,I If *itb!;>H iu'dcpendent poitfj;stores., nd proper."ty that he ivu rwitbii .thVAmerio'anbui 'fioe-P tht:4td:.(wtluld. ,'bt1ft90thCf{ rout ".t1iiou&i ,t1 tth.' ..yo ." :te. -. -r -

. s dta" tjt 104' montloned.*na con. :.. : wuraANcI' ',: was' :of cbftJt'im. rtance tbil" Sir JI.Clinton ,, i it itu & 'Ute, tb'rereat;.,,'Tb8:t'r\ PI :Mfhlfr' JPIainsV-'6idiogjh. .1tJ" .1er" "' d .. ure'i.uu..u, .s.i IlUI.

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.:t. pt untpUly, ,his mads the Star "extensive and ,on the state cur. I per, which forced the other banks te do tho a right view of the oase. He I;
'l ppendtx to ,treason wu as nY', iwprM very greatdegree, ,2f.the 'leot.
United States Bank
ident of the
':t t' (considered:; .JBO.:'contemptibly. by the captain dent.loan to the merchant*.and sculator.:," ;1 i.rency.. >.,. -1 A. I. same.Mr. ; I I H
I .that he permitted thenan1to shore, on the ;"" what little Clay.tellf us how things were in 1824. evil, but'iould.not. remedy it.. _, -we
; goon have not. bapbi'of: the Temtory; also To .how, however, dependence II. ""
::1 hU 1 ( to for Tariff he refers to the pretend ;fo claim l for the United
) parol )Jtoopr, procure clothes In his speech on the
sttimenf !
1 ( made loans.to the|>2an2cr, nerchaiqit and speculator 1 ja to bo-fclaced upon the facts I ,
himself and comrade This be did and returned ; the whole the'supereminent i ,,cIa fceL
which pervades power
.t' bolh'ict.um: and imprudent f If r made,above by the Star, i in relation. the extent general : ,
1:;. t the'a* JI8 day. .When.they vrivei in in I" It is indicated (says be),by our .the star, and by other I afi'iiit; 'Do. #
of the
I hhitV
reliance the of the currency
I I. ,New :YorkSirRenry Clinton, holding in just we can place any .on'; .reports.of derangement r did be ,
tional Bank
successive about
.Cofltemptaucb a wanton act: of1 meanness, the Batik, they have gone far beyond the 1818-19, in comparison with what it is at the diminished mmeice-by Ut'I "; .
14. all li State banks for that beg our readers to compare j' threshed crops of grain, perishing in oar ;the Bank for not having p i! ;
j'setthem at, crty. jhey .haye proclaimed present day, we .1.1I I ; 1.
';. Concluded next vx&THE their debtors could not bear a curtailment of I the .rates of exchange ii Sept'r. 1818, u barns for the want of a marKet-by the banking, and the consequent '

.i somewhere' about 1,0 per .cent.in some two taken from the National Intelligencer of that I,,I a alarming diminution of the circulating me. which had brought these the

; / FfcORIDIAN year I date, with the exchanges at present, and "dium-by the ruinous bankruptcies, not the country. It seems never to expl'eatd In Cbt;

)1 I TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA : We are, in this article, given to understandthat those in'September: 1839, taken from the N.I I u limited to the trading classes; but extending into his mind, that any one .
'1 I" EDWARD B. GIBSON, EDITOR. the check of National Bank being tak. j I|.York Whig. It will bo seen how much worse to all orders of 80clety-by the universal' I the power of the United States offthe and
of the want of employment, and prevented it. So fur from and :;
of in 1839 complaint
i .t Saturday, .pctober 1,. 184O. en awaythe State banks wouldas a matter they were in 1818 than they were 1 to
of the of labor whole blame the banks
reduction on Hooe _
P ,course, do as they did, and issue a flood of or are now. consequent wages OZIIt> !e'! .
i.4 I FOR rRESIDENT OF TilE U. STATES paper. Agreed And will they not do the I|, 1810. 1839. -by the ravenous pursuit after public ing lent too much, and put too army!

MARTIN VAN B H R EN. same thing again 1 Is there not a moral cer. i, New York, country, 3 a 7 I situations-[What say you to that, Whigs] circulation. lIdeDce:

!Pennsylvania, 3 a G 0 a u-by the reluctant resort to the 'PERIL. I We leave it to our readers -114
AI The principles' lie (Mn.VAN BonEN) has not tainty that they will The article in tho I
.'tJ.: avowed but maintained Ohio, 7 a 12 0 a 5 OUS USE OF PAPER l\IONEY'-l\Ir- what we have shown above, If 'himself
only openly am firmly Star takes for granted that they will ; and it 0 1 I" I at
5 pub.
: dear to the South and what is New Hampshire, 4 a a of the Pa. of the J
are ; more important Clay is now a devout worshipper likely that recharter to be
of the I"
proposes to prevent it by a Connecticut 4 a 5 0 a 1 a Sere*
\ ; Goddess by
;\ 'I cDurrlL Bank. I Vermont, 3a 0 Oal ,I" per ]- prevented ; Webeter :

.. .r' ., GCD. HARRINN; while Governor of Indiana We beg attention to the confession of the. Massachusetts, 2 a 10 0 a-1 and depressed state of the value (if f almost I or that a National Bank will be at whoever laid

::1\1..t lure Territory, to SELL approved MEN a law for panted FINE" by or the COSTS L":ri illa-!! Star. It confirms all that we have been say. .'Delaware I 4 a 6 par every description of the whole mass of the ,I from a tendency to cause an and tba&} he"he 18

..1 The *n me law decreed the punishment of Til III- lug of the .irresistible tendency of the systemto Maryland I 7 a 13 0 a 1 property of the I nation." currency. or has the power to If falsehood, d

TY.NINE STRIPES to be inflicted. on any person of issue of inconvertible bank Virginia, 8 a 10 1 aKentucky 11 Again, he says : banking on the part of the can
excess pa.
thus sold who should ABSCOND from his purchaser! 0 5 CO 1Iey
: 20 a 25 a
r I Reader, how do YO'I like this specimen of H.irri- per. Here is a devout worshipper of Bank. 3 5 "The truth is, that no class: society suffers Bank Loan of the it pointed OUt T1
S. Carolina 15 20 a
'\ .:mill,", in addition to the OHIO case, and even more in the stagnations of business than Deposits. Webster'a *
ism acknowledging that, in despite of the 3 tfaiocr
wor o than that, for tho law specially' includes N. Carolina, 20 a 25 0 a the laboring class. That is a necessary .f. astonished *
If could be
'r.it. WOMEN II well as men to be whipped to full warnings they have .had,, in despite of the Georgia, 20 a 00 0 a 5 I fect of the depression of agriculture, the principal we of a speech mj:

!. J thirty-nine lashes.*' great and manifest evils they have brought on I Tennessee, 20 a 00 7 a 8 business of the community. The \wa consistency, and absurdity of I ,whichfO: !

,;I. ABOLITION &. WHIGERY..TttlimoryofJke tie people-evils under which they still labor, R. Island, 5 a 14 0 a 1 I gesofable bodied men FROM FIVE TO we should be so at their casting of that Staterm.

t.. V t \ ; JV.F.S.'ar.! a tending& Whig juurnal.I -such is the lust of gain on the part of these IN. Jersey, 3 a 7 0 a 1 I EIGHT DOLLARS PElt'ION1'U: ; and administration, for permitting not long exj in

I$ t &; *But while ,.,e have done this, as a matter of institutions, that they will again rush into the "The existing disorder in the currency in such has been the want of employment, in deposits in the State Banks to was a great .
I.' i Justice And right, and endeavored to rescue them the beginning of 1819, tho period the quota some parts of the Union, that instances have to the customers of the banks. I holders of :-
t" .[the Whig party of Now YorkJ] fiom the obloquyof same wide sea of expansion, unless there is tions of the Floridian refer to, was what re. of
3 connection with the fanatics not been unfrequent men working merely this in tho face of ,either ina
any we are Wind National Bank to check them. We doubtnot from I doing right
a i old and not '
mained of the arose of
to admit that apart; and NO INCONSIDERABLE i system for the means of subsistence. If the wages su_taCt else
\ PORTION of the Whig party in this State, i is the fact. That they will do so, whether the operations of the U. S. Bank." I of labor here and in England are compared, ciations they bestow on the ere long,dijd

I 1 tinctured. .. and strongly too, with Abolition fct.c there be a National Bank or not, is as certainas The very reverse is the fact. It was not I: they will be found NOT TO BE ESSENTIALLY introducing a measure to of things, wo:

c ) V3fl.L that the sun will rise. what remained of the old system. It did DIFFERENT." because it will preveut being see their'neuh
'4 : Tho NewYorkShroralalerdnte.uI "'Ye"If'
: fear, from recent indications that the adminUlra.:, Grievous fault is found with the charteringof arise from the operations of the United States Here is prosperity for you, under the benign thing which they denounce the they thtnkthem

I" ,,; tion of Albany is too much inclined to yield to the banks after it was ascertained that the U. Bank. influences of a National Bank, and the for doing! inconsistency a to laws made for
I: :'influences of the Abolitionists, in which it When this
ease class
States Bank would not be recharlered. We The Bank wentinto operation in 1817. It Paper System diction can go beyond this, we
r .1, will be necessary at aJt! hazard.:, to counteract the clamorous. j It
I' !.' ... influence." should like to know, if the writer oi the article I,threw out its paper in that year, and in the Now look at the beautiful state of the cur. seen it.'I'hcy. Y and plunder
"f.\ HA RlSOS'. SLAVERY !\ .-The following in the Star had not an agency, and a very I spring of 1818, to such an ex'ent, that the rency in 1820. Go'crnorV olcot, in his call upon the times for violence!

,V ',,- .. (.Gen..extracts Harrison'aro from inspection a work recently and acknowledged prcpored under as active agency, in getting up a bank with mil. i prices of produce were higher than was ever ; message: to the Legislature of Connecticut, deposit banks loan out the seem, then, to be

V. ) .r. late as the 2d insU, by himself' to contain his! opinions ions of capital, (we mean the Union Bank,) : known. We know of wheat having been says : They then denounce them << to FOUND" GOV

": it .... i in rc I'I'IC matters. after it was ascertained that the United States sold in Baltimore at 23 shillings the bushel. "'1 he effects produced upon the people are, They then denounce the I .

\\if': .-' Should:! I be nuked, if them is no way by which Flour for and the Star that that no man can travel! fifty miles in any direction because it the
":' ( the General Government can nid the reuse of Emancipali :- lank would not be rcchurtcrcd ? And did sold $14 ; says sury, prevents of the South of that

1' I / '" !) ,)n, I answer that it has long! Irrn an ob he not also take an active part in setting Upland cotton commanded, in Charleston, without receiving paper notes of loaned out-which they say that has/absorb

lH. 'J" V jed near to my heart to t-e.the while nftla turpliis revenue alloat a portion of that flood of paper, of I 30 to 30 cents This was owing to the excess which he possesses no means of ascertainingthe That the Whigs have Leon been absorbed bv&.
appropriated tf that object. With the s.tnc"tion value, or even the authenticity, and this i
: of the States holding the slaves, thete appears which he now complains ? of issue of the United<<.l States Bank, and ditliculty increases in proportion to the dis-i cause the public money to be declarttion.thatth

V 'to me to be no tOll,'iluLioJlal objection to Ht! Icing t.'.-Usoppt&td And if he did not, the party to which he lasted but a short time. To save: itself from I tunceof individual from some one of these Deposite Banks, w hile they direct tax on land,
& embracing' : not only the colon nation ofthose for this
!. that. may be otherwise freed but the purchase belongs, the whole Bank party of the Terri- destruction, the Bank had to curtail largelyin banks. We can perceive that the issue of time, denounced the the North to pro&e

.' of the freedom of others." tory, have been aiders and abetters in tho ve- the most rapid manner; the consequence of the notes from thc banks in this State; have mitting it, is shown plainly in before this contut

V "' /teat the first person to intrcduce jut> Congr ss crime Arc in fact I which the of the Lcen annoying to the banks in Boston! ( and the in :
ry now charged. they not was derangement currency, party Congress, in 1838 ground, and
the that all the above MisounJ. i
proposition countiy New York while these founded
4 on superior
I, (which, having, no inhabitants, was free from: the the principal culprits? as exhibited in the statement in the Floridian, have been the Deposit Banks. A section ,' Webster at Sor-
security equally injurious to us.
r-: abjection jnade to Missouri! tnd Arkansas' ) should We have seldom seen such; a picce of and as shown in the extract below, from the ed in the bill providing that the :
;t. FEVER HAVE SkAVjgllY ADMITTED( INTO Then comes 1827. Oh, glorious times of
,( a" IT." barefaced assurancc-wc might} justly use a National Intelligencer, in September 1818 : :\1 Adams must be re-elected! President, and should not be loaned out. Stale that is
candid) in the .
\-- ? I 1''I I am accused of being friendly to slavery. stronger expression,-than this of the Bank Stocks are down, down, while the rates! out flics the U. S. Bank and is was strictly a party vote. : pro
paper money
From my earliest youth to the present moment. I In'art voted in juror of it South. Flushed
the of Florida. of at and Every
,,. bfecn t'he'ardent' friend, of human liberty. At party in Territory complaining exchange arc advancing a rapid unprecedented plenty.
tie ape of eighteen. I bccathe a MEMBER of nn of the State banks for depreciating the I rate. The currency is in confusion Then comes 1828-29. Ah, times arc against itAnot tauntingly: tells is,
:t j ABOLITION SOCIETY, established in Richmond -ruin ard bunkrnplcy meet us on every I er ; vote, given : ol1 party: does !'IC-
and this the party
by over issues;; too at
: Virginia,* the object of which was to ameliorate currency hand. The domestic exchanges were changed The screws are put to the people; that bill shows! -ground," and that
;; the condition of t :aves\ and procure their cry time when the currency of the Territory never worse, and scarcely ever can be. The and here arc specimens of the beauties of, most !" Well
.freedom by legal me ins JVly venerable the parties is friendly: to a jd inay
.f every is the very worst. :: in the Union.Ve are Southern bills almost worthless the bank contractions. go
fri od,Judge Gatchof Clermont c&inty, was also; it. I he spec so) mo.iv:
which is One
.. ... a member this Sucietv, and has lately *ivcn moa astonished that they should venture on sucha North and the West is in nearly as bad asittlatioi. The President::; of the U. S. Bank, in a let- opposed' to of knowledge,

'.. certificate that I was one." thing here, where the whole course of that : What is to be done!, wu know not. ter to the of the bill was to this effect : "
Secretary; Treasury, :
says :
tI. .. in relation to their issue of bank The United Stales Hank can a.ffortlus no relief bank shall be used as a deposit lending a
We find in the last Star under the editorial party paper "
which have been r !':sio"J, in grini-
which could not redeem is knownto even if it shall be able la stand ;1.1c1f.- : shall not, at all times, keep on
they ,
.':. head, an article favoring the establishment realized in this immediate neighborhood tor the dust.
is the of in N.
The following rate exchange
i i of specie, at least equal to the
.04'.r. of a National Bank. It evidently proceedsfrom every one. York, for last Monday, ((1818)) : the last ten days, have had no parallel in the } ty looks forward to a
dollar three of
V -, -.:: another! hand than that which pens the It would seem that they would wish to New York, city, (0) a \ history of the republic. Men of reputed cap- one to Improvement
ital, who have withstood the shock of former' democrat but one voted favor
!f:1t< : usual matter that dignifies the Star. It has make the people of the Territory believe that do country, :3 a 7 Vw State debts, or a
changes and times; men \t lao for the last for Whig voted against! it.
,1 : t; none of the ear-marks by which this last are while the course pursued by the State banks, Pennsylvania' :3 a 0 hnvr Ktnrwl firm, orect mid of the Public
ty tiudismny- :
"It :fl .H"'L "6..I..J, Ca It '-v..Lul.... .....hl..... ..... ai iiil" ;.. ioouuiQ o uilllluiia: of jiajici: l\>i caUi million 01.i.i : ., 7 a 12 ed before the tempest of the times that has Another proposition wa", those debts. Any
abuse. The writer is of inhabitants it New Hampshire, 4 a 5 should have one specie dollar f Northern policy lIP
t '; nor an acquisition to was altogether wrong, yet assailed them, arc now tottering on the verge
Connecticut 4 5 :
a democrat (but
; the Starand ought to be prized by its patrons. was right and prudent for the Florida banks of bankruptcy and ruin. Their fall I bears j| paper. Every two interests, and
b Vermont, :3 a 6
: 1;..: Tho deficiency of scurrility in his produc. to: issue in a proportion //.r/ccas great :Massachusetts' 2 a 10 excessively heavy upon the poor' and laboring' of it. Every Whig but one ) Whigs he

-I :1.i: jtions ill help neutralize that excess of it The article in the Star contends that this Delaware) 4 a 6 classes, who, byjhejway" : are really the principal !j This shows beyond a :; all be on one the Southern.South.
that the
: t which is found in the other columns of that I excessive issue! of the State banks could not :Maryland, 7 a 12 1 I misapprehension, indignation,ne
The Provi<<.lcnccR.( I. Joir.ial love to bank and their
8 10 ) ; ; says: : paper :
: journal. have been, if the U. Slates Bank had been Virginia; a traitor in his heart,
Kentucky, 20 a 25 "The office of Portsmouth., last year, was Bank Power, to such e\te.t as
of trial
rcchartvrcd that the State banks could the hour
It is attempted to be shown, that the disorder ; ;
S. Carolina, 15 a 20 nearly prostrated in the general ruin whichspread for the banks to loan out the
t .- in the currency, and the interruption to not have made those imprudent loans to the the Out of
N. Carolina, 20 a 25 over country. 460,000of () where their own circulation i is
1 V i the general business of the country, has been I merchant and speculator," because, "u/ lc Georgia, 20 a 00 loam, 8148,000 were thrown under pro for one of specie in their vault.; in the:abuse

4 caused by a refusal to recharter the Bank of the Bank: teas in operation, they [the State Tennessee, 20 a 20 test ; still further protests were expected, and party by the

V I the United States. It says : nnks] were called on for monthly settle R. Island, 5 u 15 the actual loss sustained here will not be less on at this rate, we shall soon t with that they re.

4c'. 1: : Well the United State!'! Bank was re. ments N. Jersey, :3 a 7 than 8112,000." claiming as a right, that w hich during the admin

: ., ,moved. TJie State banks did i issue what paper Now, we should like to know when the It will here be seen that (tic exchanges are At that time, 1829, :Mr. fiddle came forward (s a matter of necessity, to issue The rich

1 ,.. they pleased ; they :oaned to the planterthe I' auk[ ceased to IHJ in operation and \\ hat represented as advancing at a rapid and in the National Gazette, to explain the paper as they please, and ) was to over

t merchant, the speculator, more than they it was that prevented the U.Statcs Bank from unprecedented rate," showing beyond a doubt cause of the scarcity of money, and the em- all. And the Hank was to be bunt-
: V.L: could redeem. New batiks were created b.irrassment and distress I to sustain them or meet with
much under
that had been at a : which the ihe
V they previously
f -
,.4 making these usual calls for monthly I settlements & >e triumphant
new loans were made ; and the country was labored. 101'smiles in the Bank Parlour.
reasonable rate and when consid. country lie down desecrated
we :
-e' Hooded with bills issued without any specie ? It will not do foi the writer in the ; says

: ,, basis What followed ? what else could' Star to say that the two, three, or four millions e r the very high prices of cotton nt. the The question is, what is the cause and That the people of Florida out Well!

1 follow than what was predicted-a derangement ordinarily k>*pt' in the Bank enabled it to South, and wheat, &c., at the West, we see the nature of the present scarcity of money? deep and anxious interest in the I falsehoods from now.the

':r. : I. and disorder of the currency 1" make; these calls, which it could not do without what they were in September 1818. The answer is easy.-The currency of the contest for the Chief:: Magistracy we take

4 4 Very well !.there then we have the whole it. It will not do, we say, for him to I Let us see how things worked in 1819.- notes United promising States consists tl) pay coin.of coin As, and long of as bank the natural which is and now reasonable waging in but thc our readers need

'F blam.2 at last thrown on here the State banks. take this for( it him in direct Niles' Register, in April 1819 says : banks ; of the Ja
t ground, brings can always pay time coin they promise, in the decision which is to be with that
_ *-' They "jtooded the country with bills, issued collision with the Magnus Apollo of Bankism. I "From all parts the country we hear of a they are useful, because, in a country: wheie bly' .conceive it would be and in its

k V frithovt any specie basis To be sure they At the very time when these loans were made severe pressure on men of business, a general the moneyed capital is disproportioiied to the their party excitements to the same scenes of

I did. This is the very charge which me makeugainet stagnation of trade, a large reduction in the means of employing capital the substitution ions in the choice of our local And all this,
t. by the State banks, :Mr. Biddle, at that time
them, and which we have been inak price of staple articles. Real: property is of credits for coins!' enables the nation to "The questions which should of the love of
President of the U. States Hank, came out in its nominal value and
ing for years, and the truth of which the rapidly depreciating make its exchanges with less coin, and, of ed as to our candidates, ought desire for equality

Bankilet, of the Territory and elsewhere, in the public prints with the declaration that its routs or profits arc rapidly diminishing. course, saves the expense of that coin. But they i fi; r Van Buren ? or are th are of course aboli.

the Bank was stronger than over ; and, Many highly respectable traders luvc become this advantage has, by its side a great dan son 1 but are they Floridians in kind; equality
Jhave This j is the evilwhich
denying. very as evidence that he considered it in that situ bankrupts, and it is agreed that many others ger. Banks! are often directed by needy per- interest 7" it to all things,

:' .t;( \' we wish to remedy. We wish to I ation, or dcccptiously wished the people to be- must 'go;' the banks arc refusing their customary I j I I sons, who borrow too, much, or by sanguine It was thus the Bank By their system

provide such a reform of the system that the lieve that such vas the case, the Bank increased accommodations: confidence( among ,, persons, anxious only (tc increase the profits, created by in
rnenced the last
I V banks shall not be able to "flood the country merchants is shaken, and 3 per cent per I without much pecuniary interest or personal political conduct, are tola I
its issue of
t with bills, issued vitJiout any specie basis."I paper to a greater amount month is offered for the discount of promissory j responsibility in the administration. The constant was the avowal of the \' ; of the industrious

Is not this a desirable thing ? We put it to than it had ever done belore It rushed into notes, which u little while ago was con. I tendency oj Hanks, therefore, is to lend place by which their the idle and worth.

; our readers both panics, if it be not a deSirable the arena of bank issue with a perfect mad. sidcred as good as 'old gold!<
thing that this power and privilege ness, and throw out its! paper with the most makcr have not been suffering any losses to lation. Now the addition of many notes, I erence to Territorial interests

I Which the banks now have, according to the lavish hand. render" their notes less valuable than hereto- 1 even while they are as good as coin by being partly agreed to this, but what they sayt!
S. : Star, flooding the country with bills issued fore. always exchangeable for coin be
injuri.ous '
Did not :Mr.\ Diddle and the banks know may nation of what
Lit ,t. to speculator, &c., without any specie basis The same, in August : because the increase of the mixed mass was meant by a Its
4l they were doing 1 Did they not know overthrown.
wrong principle interest.
v : ," ought I not to be taken away from them, It is estimated that there nre 20,000 persons of money generally occasions a rise in the We tyrannical for.

_ I I f i: .J f1 or so restrained or checked that it shall not that such a flood of paper would be followed<<) daily seeking work in Philadelphia<< ; inNew j ?price of all omm dities. The consequence before tho people should be plundering of; ail

IV ; ;qjuro the community 1 It docs seem to by revulsion and all its consequent ills ? If r York 10OOOah!e bodied men are said ; is, that the high price of foreign productions whether a man was a ". < ,

I ,V UH they erred through ignorance, or if they erred to be wandering about the streets, looking for( j tempts foreigners!: to send a I large amount of and interest," that some mode

_ Vt1. t 1 that. this is 80 plain, so fair, so proper, that! itt corruptly through design, it is immaterialto I it. And if we add( to them the women who I their commodities! while thejiigh price of do- ed out, by which that fact could ;: .

t .. r t can scarcely be directly gainsaid. And yet us.Ve wish such IKS I desire something to do, the amount cannot be 1 inestic production prevents these foreigners have agreed tor
IKI to corn- ed-that
V *L we find, that while no one will venture to dc. milted power !I less than 20,000; in Baltimore there may be I from, taking in exchange a largo amount of some distinguishing lator, and start he;. |
to hands.
_1 t t ny it openly and directly, yet the.whole hanky any I about 10,000 persons in unsteady employ. : our f. mm.odilies. When, therefore, you buy shown, by which the people Bank of Merchant/PeansyU |

V party do 80 virtually. They evade the di.1' The Star says :-" But time Floridian re. ment, or actually suffering because they can. 'i from'forrigners more than they buy from you, one, when they seen or heard the

fers to the pressure in the beginning of 1819,I not get into business. Wo know several dea. as they cannot take the paper part of a very reasonable requisition, agreed to give up
_ : your
? rect quc&tion and and talk around of bet
- mistily to show that the currency was disordered cent men, lately 'good livers,' who now subsist currency, thr.y must take the coin part. If but alas we could get no each
19 : about it, so that, unless pushed closely no the charter this is done and take in place o(-
one during of tne U. S. Bank ; but on such victuals as two years ago they to a considerably extent, the dan Star evidently thought it was .

_ LIT L Can: tell exactly what they would wish to be the quotations of tho Floridian do not support would not have given to their servants in the ger i is, that the b.mks will be obliged to payso er. It did not daro venture. in 12 mooth-\

'- /. When pushed, however, their opinions'generally his positio'u. There was a pressure in kitch n.n much of their coin as not to leave them a 'scribblers i uch for speculation of-
would take it
b amount to this, that it would be 1819, but not that extensive disorder of the In the volume of Mr. N lies'Register for sufficient quantity to answer the demand for in hand : this is the nature WI3b

I -. best to let the banks manage all'this their own currency witnessed at the present time." 1820, is the following: I it, in which case the banks fail, and the community called on in private for an ,: Whigismi \
is defrauded." body knew what it meant, but !
.. I way; and that they will do every thing in We cannot enter into an accurate comparison "Houses which rented for 1200 in .
now ( itVas intended to
i Mr. Biddle adda Bank Party
"These the
t accordance with tho great interests of the of the degrees of "pressure" at the vanous 1820)) rent for 450; Fuel which cost 12 dollars : :- simple elements Democratic friends that .
the t
: from 1818-19 1839 of r I explain present situation of the country. say was Mr.Putnw
tomstry. periods to nor now cost 5; ; Flour which was 10 and t
; Its disorder is, OVERTRADING, brought meant-a Stockholder i in the aoj
::4 We ire glad' .that this confession has been the precise extent of the disorders in the cur. 11 is now 4J ; Beef 25 cents, now -8; other OVERBANKING. ;: to issuing
things iit It is on by The remedy is, largely indebted. .to,it, or one .the b f*
lit ..,1k IV L.made.J by the.. Bank organ of this Territory, Fancy between these dates. The extracts less for these proportion.necessaries, but true we we can now makeno pay I to trade less, and bank less." I the death for it, in hopes of dii b'k'.* -
I ( for if rt bo true of the banks of the United below will show that the pressure was at We would : Ol
.The farmer has ask tho writer in the Star if the who *
money. become an poor 1 ,) some ,one through o : I to the "rec*
: !#. !, it is atiU m ro true 1t8 re. times much greater than.it is now or has been as a rat ; the labor of the farm costs him people are defrauded," when a bank Jail., dice, was content to: be used.by i i ; the President [

W prfe tti V banks of g the Territory. These for three years past. They will show that more than the produce is worth." I are they notalso., defrauded' when" a' bank establish its domination over the ."-.and asa' w lot V

liii .; 3 last bra issued' much.' larger amount of bills,: the prices of all articles,of production varied And..why88 this ? Tho United States fail i *, for years to pay "specie, and ,permits we' think they were'just .righfv .expedient< for 4,

I 1' : 10 proportion !to l! the necessary wants of cir!' more than thoy have .110CC. the going down Bank, which had thrown'out its paper in.'18, I whether willingly;or"'nptt jtinotes, tor be de': 'But i how,did.the,Bank)- ,! .fot ther ; t tWj

tV4.l fl cdst-OP; t than tho banks in any part ofhf of'the Bank ; and the neceuary conclusionis and caused ,cotton to be 30 ,to 86.cents and predated 20 to 50 per cent T. VV' v,", V... out their principlet 1 : ( ) 1 "", .id up;U ?

;f |** United$V ,* Stale**i.fc If i the State V banks V have i that these variations.were dependent,, in a wheat 20 to 23 shillings, had called in'i its, pa. .. Mr. Biddle,'in the above extract,his taken'discussion of the'.-poioti they' J aa practicable-. !

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The article has in -, .-. .' __ ._ __ _
appeared "-
TIlE tLC11ON following r ,- -
of '
chango ministry, and to entrust Viscount a wY -- -- '- _. .J,'b.--- : _: t
We hare heard enough to' satisfy til that Federal Whig papers, and vill probablygo sa do Bendeira. with the formation of a new ,Fer .. Tf 1ST OF LETTERS r.msuisng in theJL4 Poet ; .' -

the B&Dkitul have carried their Senatorial the rounds in all of them : cabinet. The barqtte'EPESS.H.Dm. Ote.t.nill. Georgia, on the morning 4' :

in this District. The whole Money ,ter. s first of th 1840. Such of mid
Ticket ":Reader mark well the following: Mechanics' & letters ; 'br win A: $ '
Society. jail Tor the above : \
bear port. Foifreightor .ba Lrumonth ib.anr :
brought to against us and ;
Power wu ; "Martin Van Buren, in the New York Mot J m.
Harrison Agreeably to previous notice, a meeting of passage apply t the Capt. on bad, b .Geerl O.dacltter.
, in Gadsden, folly away Convention to amend the Constitution, op. the Mechanics Tallahassee was held on the at Port Lo cr to BETTON I fSHER Akridge James McAulay MaC -v. V

, from us many good Anu-Bauk votes. The posed the right POOR MEN TO VOTE.. 15th instant for the of Oct. 1 12 41 AnLr.Oeorr McA elay Fowl
purpose instituting a ,
Democratic ticket baa prevailed in Jefferson In the debate on that question, he used tbeseI Mechanics The F!r New York. I M McKinooa Mala -'
Society. meeting was nu. Adams Mrs C fflcSwaii
and Hamilton ; andwe shall in all prebabilify words I TIe fine ST. HELENA, C..line NEGRO AT AUCTION.
merously attended and on being called to or. brql Atkinson Henry D 2 McLendon William
etactYNM member from this county. One But what is the character 0f the poor? der, Capt. J. W. LAVIKUI called lull 'TOSster, /W the aborts Atkinson J McMellon J S Win N tlrt hlgbeat Udder/ -
was to
precinct has not yet been heard from ; but it Generally speaking, VICE and POVERTY Chairaud H. H. BEBHY port wit!, despatch For freight orff.s&a4e Alderman Daniels McLean DE&KMcCiT Ae "nth" tiufan*, '

is believed) that the Democratic majority is hand in hand." See 234 of the appointed Secretary.The apply to the CApt. on board, Browning tr. I nil I Thom.uIBaber A likely NEGROE FELLOW, iftxi about 22
go page jour object of the meeting was or t cNAUGHT & ORMO D.I -
't I explained by Virgil McNein A ears J. HACK LEY.
sufficient to elect of candidates. R
one our nal of the Oct
10 II
from. 'I II proceedings. R. A. SHINE, Esq., who offered a resolutionthat I _Port Leon. |I Bryan James M MurpNy" David Tallahassee, Oct.3d. 1840. 1 I
We give the votes as far as heard "Can any POOH HAN support Van Buren for I this meeting form itself into a Mechanics' :I Wanted immediately.. I Bennett Catharine Martin AbsalomSlann

LEON COUNTY.MADISON rc.election to the highest office in their gift I Society which seconded and FIVE or SIX SHOEMAKERS, to do pegged Beatie William Luke NEGROES AT AUCTION.,
I ; being adopted I
can David
t after uttering such sentiments as these 7 We employment, bjr ap. Bnrney Morr.on Isabells Will be sold to the highest bidder.
a resolution was offered by A. SCOTT, Esq., plying to the Subscriber at Altipulgus Gcorgin. Maj!Meredith
e.- a s -i-s iConservative can not, we will not believe it. We will not I that a committee of seven be appointed by the IRA SANBORN. Bryan Brlwel Norman Nello 31 On Saturday, t 17th i4

e. 2 .. g, w think so poorly of their intelligence 1" Chair to draft a Constitution and By-Lawa Attapulgim._ Decatur Co., Ga. Oct 10 12 4w Carter Solomon None MrParker .amel A NEGROE : yearsand
Er her daughter about 4 The Woman is a
:"w"t" w :: What will our readers think, when they for the government of said society: ; which be. For Sale, Carroll Clark Williim Caleb C \V IsaacParraraore good Cook, Washer and Ironer.old V
Tw-ke. learn the fact, thut the words stated above, as ing seconded and adopted, the Chair appoint. TWO VVOMFN; one it JohnRoddfnberry R.J. HACKLEY.
219 31 56 46 twenty-four years old, a first; rate Clemmons Charles Sampson Oct. 6ih, 1840 It
Duval, having been used by Mr. Van Buren, were ed the following gentlemen ; J. B. Bull, R. Washer and Ironer, and good plain| fjr.oh. The Carleton Isaac Sad Mrs Amanda Tal.h.te

Dupont, 277 31 57 45 made by Judge Van Ness, a prominent Fed. A. Shine, A. Green, D. C. Wilson, J. C. oilier is about twenty years eld, a gtod Home Ser. Grawford \Vm B 6 Ez<:- Smith !f Parramorekiel Charges ,of the Adelpb Hotel,

Livingston 271 30 54 45 eral leader, and in opposition to Mr. Van Jacobie, D. M. Sheffield, and A. Andrews. It( vnt. has a young child; both perfectly, hei'.thy.! Sellar John September 184 V

I Edwards 267 30 56 45 Buren. was then moved and seconded that the Chair. I Enquire at this office. _12 3t oct 17 Davis Daniel Sloan John Board and Lodin, oy the day, 5 _

I i Brown, 274 32 54 47 17 44fluval To auach credit to the assertion, a refer. man and Secretary be added to the Commit. NEW BOOK ANI> STATIONARY Enjl.nh CornelionEubanks Benjamin Singlets Shefeld Pliny Henry Dinner,, I 0

j 262 31 53 48 16 410 ence is made to a particular page of the jour. tee, which was also carried in the affirmative. ESTABLISHMENT. Evers Jasper Singlctary James B Supprr 'S

; Bembry, 247 17 55 45 16 380 nal. The Albany Argus says that there are The meeting then adjourned until Thursday THE subscriber has just received a FULL AS Futch Moses Smith Seth D Lodging Breakfut, 50

263 27 52 45 18 405 half ) "T of Books Stationary, &c., Fulch Isaac Smith MosexC Board and 60,00 month.
! Bannerman, no such words in the page referred to, but evening, the 22d inst. at past 7 o'clock.J. contesting of- Lodging per
Smith Shadrach
Gregory el
00 ",
T. that they be found in the \V. LEVINUS, Chairman. I"at bylheqSO .
Democratic may speech of Judge BLANK BOOKS: Gibson Smith John 2 Board without Lodging, 45.04) :"

Berthelot 156 131 52 11 Van Ness, on another page. H. II. BERRY, Secretary. Medium, Drmi aid Cap.-Lellgerl, Journals!, Day Geiger W W Smith Wm 2 I' "l to by the qr. 35 00. .

Blackburn, 143 84 49 11 This shows that the Whigs are really carrying Itennett's Discovery in Steam Machinery.An Books, Invoice B'Jkl, Records, Receipt 'Jlkl, Hurstlohn W Siti l I"II'l Ilansol Children and colored servant, lma1f1ric; white
Bank Blrh. Note Book, Bill Henderson, John Todd Win
141 79 51 11Bell out the villainous of the made few Joks-payable and er7ants; full price.
Ferguson plan campaign, experiment trip was n days reccjyabjc.teinorandum Books, &c., &c. Handcock Jonathan Todd WilliamsonTliomas Horse feed each meal!, 90 50

145 83 52 10 as explained by a leading Whig in Ohio, "to since, from New york to Stonmgton, by the SCHOOL' BOORS : Hardy Thomas Nancy by the day 1 00 per day.

Walker, 141 95 41 10 37 324 make charge upon charge. and explain and steamboat Eureka, for the purpose of witnes. AngeUa School Cissies, Reri'l Nos 1 to G.Smith's, Htmdcock Mary Thompson Mrs Ann by the month, 25 00 per month.

McRacnJ', 145 82 49 10 38 324 prove nothing," trusting to the charges sing the performance of some machinery, ArilhrJ! (ie and Grammar, Woodbridge' Geography HoIIingsworth Stephen V-.ckers John L Canhleseach, '31 1-9
Branch, 161 83 51 10 41 346 being distributed where the refutation could the invention of Mr. Bennett of New Yoik, Olncy's Gcograp Atlas Wiad.by AlaValke Geography,'.and Dirtionary Atlas., Hayes hayes George Duke Whorl Vickers MIl William s Ann DItllbleton E Fire h single the month 10 50 00 month.: '

flaItzelI, 151 83 51 10 :5 330 not reach.It which has attracted the attention of machin. Plajfair's EJCIKI:. ,D.IY's Algebra, ValpyV G..cek John Willis JimesWaL'ingham Gentlemen by will be charged in all eases per by the

JEFFERSON COUNTY. would seem that falsehood is ists and men of science, which if success Grammar Jacob'.Gteek Grammar, Jacob's Greek Hoggin Win IIWalea day, unless they stipulate for a longer periotf.
no too
Drmocratic. Comervatit'es. grosS ful, is considered as scarcely less importantthan Reader. Adam'.i Latin Grammar, aLional Spelling High Daniel WinWhilBeld Aecoon-s are expected to be settled at the "rod of
for some of the Book, 1 Spelling Bo k Lonis Lee Miss Martha .
Whig journals to manufactureand the discovery of the of steamto Elementary > Copy Book Hadley every month. 7 sept?
Blackburn, 279 Edwards, 119 application Slate:, Pencils, Cjpherinsr Broks, ftc Unit Miss S A JaneHandco.k -- -
Berthelot, .253 Duval 139 The last Georgia Journal exults navigation. The object of the invention is STATIONARY : Wm While Edward A PROCLAMATION.

Bell 242 Livingston, 313 at the election of Kent the Whig Abolition I j I to save heat, or to obtain the power by the Hudson's, Cutler's, Ames' and Hubbard's best Jones Henry I White Thomas BY ROBERT RAYMOND REID.

234 candidate for Governor in Maine, consumption of a third or a fourth of the fu1 Writing and Letter Paper ; Fm'elope, Drawingand Jones AllenJamieson U illiams John Governor of the Territory of Florida
Ferguson, Dupont, 129 overj I 1 Wrapping Paper; Folio Humphrey WItOI James 2 Circumstances attending tbe recent difastei

'ra'lor. 262 Bcllinger, 126 Fairfield the late Governor, and charges it on i[ el now used, making a saving of two.thirds Pot and Packet Post I'aper, and every ollirr description Kemp Peter Yndrig Michael Indian Key inducing the belief that both .$.).

3loselcy 1 1)-9" Fairfield, that he refused to deliver the !i of the expense, and requiring less space for of Blank' Paper; Mavnard ft Noyes', I Lewis Ferrihy Yjles. William persons and negroes are leagued_with the 'Indian

up per. .f."t%."!., *0 iVisilt i &Ll. i.." u.*.{* vraOf V. Jb "inine..t..r".....rtrfft".,,1JU1.tp,1..1.;.".....J I I WalkJen'fc-, Reeve & Kent's Black 'Inks ; Steven's JAMES \VOl.FSMITllP. Mi: in their detectable warfare against the people jf

COUNTY. I sons charged with stealing negro s, who had to vessels navigating the Atlantic. The cx. Blue Ink, in pints anj q'larisiValkdc''s and II I Persons railing fur any of above letters \sill Florida 1 hereby offer a REWARD OF TWO

Consci vaiire.Pjval Democratic. been demanded by the Governor of Georgia. pcriment is pronounced ;i satisfactory one. I Kent's ICed Ink ; German Copying Ink ; Sand please My they Ire AdVI ed. I| HUNDRED DOLLARS for the apprehension
I boxe.. !flkllallh', Wafer and .vili- I 11 and delivery into safe custody, ot each and every
169 Bell. 79 The editor of the cups Pjunce jounceS Th'.ma Gp" Oct. 1. IU tO. '
Livingston, i Journal knew perfectly ) The consumption of wood, from New York .,xes. File I'reses, Black Sand, Wafers of all co I white or black person or mulatto who shall be

156 Blackburn, 79Dupont I w ell, that the refusal on the part; Maine took 1 to Stonington, a distance of 130 miles, was f,: ION and sizes, Scaling Wax ; PrinceIbrr., Victoria Notice. I found aiding or abettin*. or in any 0th.r way ...

152 Berthelot, 751 place while this same Kent was Governor. 1 but 3jj cords, and, on her return trip, 3 cords. and Com ou 5-teel Penl; Letter Stamps THIS i'u t.foir all persons... frim harboring < slating the Indians in their hostile movements inciir .

Edwards, 12:: Ferguson, 71 I .[ The usual consumption of steamboats make I j Penknives, Dcsl. knives, India Rubber, &c., &c. trading IH any .Hlln r nith nay wife j ' ... AIUnrALiF CALEDONIA1 t 1 ALSO- Marcndu Thomas on my account, as i-Iiu l I.all 1"1\\j chI upon Justices of the Peace throughout
--- THE ,
To the Editor of the Floridia; : ,i ing the same voyageis25 cords each way. I Bank Bill Paper. BilU I L.,ding, Nole of hand., Es.t itively refused to Uve or stay with me any I the Territory, strictly to carry into full effect the
AT j
Sir :-1 I respectfully call the attention of BOS1.'OX.SEVf : New Public Buildings at Washington._ I : Drlfuqic Paper, Blotting: P.ipcr, Play.. and lam determined not to pay any deb of her act concerning Patrols, approved February llth
I after
: DAYS this date.
LA''EitFRO)1 ENGLAND j ing I Press contracting I 1833;and all Mayor, lutendanls.Aldermen Mem
The patent Copying with
t my personal and political friends to the vote 1 Tho I Washington correspo ident of the Baltt.! I <: Htchic's. JOILV FD. THOMAS. hers of Connril, and other officers pertaini-g to Cities -

t given! at Saint Marks and Shell Point, (where third ship of the British Royal Mail I,i more Sun, gives a description of the new Pub. apparatus "Tallahassee, O>'t.3, 1 1840. 1 2w Towns and Villages in the Territory, are exhorted

I Have resided for THIRTEEN YEARS: ,) !| ;I line Steamers, the Caledonia, Capt Rich. i i i lic Buildings: going up in that city. The new I I The Book Bindery FL.OUK. i to vigilance, and strictness in the enforcement

nhich is sufficient to give the lie direct to j !ard Cleland arrived at Boston a litll I before 'treasury i building, built of freestone, is about I ,Is aU" continued, where all kinds of work be BBLS. PRIME NORTHKItN FLOUR f ot'lheir Police.
II can I
the .base and unprincipled calumny of the 7 o'clock, bringing London dates to the eve. 300 feet in length, with a wing in the rear I done as cxpeditiou a!I.errtofore. Blank 'Work I 40 for sale! by ]homes I cnlrcat, but to the arm inhabitants themselves! completely not to desert and their assist

t i ning of the 18th and Liverpool to the 19lh of 100 feet It has of all description" *, made to order,and ruled to od: 10 IE Co. -
Star of last wet-k, under the captio i of Remember long. a superb colonade in J t any : JAIrE \ i each other in the defence of their settlement
the I [ fur Banks, Public! Offices. Merchants
." where the editor of that infamouspaper \ September- day. of sailing. I i front, comprising 32 gigantic pillars. The I Ii palf and others. Deed, Record and Docket Lost or Itlislai, A Block House shoud! be constructed in every

( attempts) to villify my private character. We compile the annexed summary of the !i corridors or passages are paved with beantiful 1 j Books, and all other Blank? Book", ran be obtained A NOTE of hand for twenly.two dollars given ;j''neighborhood, and every house upon the frontier,
news from the several Boston and New York by George Young to the Sulmcriber, dated j1 or in any other exposed situation, should be protected -
I now say to the editor, or his prompters let squares variegated marble; and its several at short notice, ruled and bound in nny lyle re. I I .
tune '
some January Uht. All by a piket or pili'ade.
I are cau-
lOS? your Dogs of War ; I ask no better papers. I' extensive flights of stairs, hanging as if air, I olhcr quiicd ; nnd warranted,'. Particular equal t Northern or any lioned against trading. for the maid persons note. A liberal ,I| Every citizen,whether at home or abroad, shouldbe

ju"'':jiorts: to ho OI than their baying The Caledonia has been 13 days.and 14 I are constructed from the finest white marble. I ri.l>indiii milllfacmr,
Your obedient servant. I hours from dock to dock. She lost 8 hours J; One of the rooms in the basement contains the Mu"'c Books, $.c", in plain or ornamental: Ju'y4.1U4Q' 49 JAMES WELLS. i ii j'' for none can tell when or where the Semi-

at Halifax, and 12 Iron rs bclowon account of I of the United States i i 'noc Indians may appear.
Oct. 16th( S40. :. \WALKER.. "Treasury where hold. hnJI or to .ratch patterns. Notice, I i'

Poor Florida the fog-naving arrived within five miles of'' ers of treasury notes can obtain gold and silver I Tie, Hubneriber thankful for the patronage helmcrctofre D ClUNG my absence frnI the Terriiory: \ many Scattered of the and dwcthingsofo'ir at a distance citizens from each arc,other it is impossible tit
i the 6 o'clock lia received, hopes, by a >trr t attention Messrs. McKnanjjht & Ormouu are
:I city at the previous evening.The I for their claims. The'nl'W patent office, I iiy authorised that the Government of the United Statesor
How it has feel cursed with
banks ItI! tn his
huine.K to a continuance of the age.iH. JOHN LEDGERWOOO- I
steamer President arrived at Liverpool i just being is also of lee that oi the Territory, affual
liaiihadlhu Com-1, completed, a superb pile 1't.. HAYWARD. July II, 1 40. can ndcinate protection
Magnolia RinkJailed !
; l from New York on the 16th, having made1 1 architectural: taste and skill. It is built of a Talalm.e! Oct 3. ISIQ .10 5 to all. Our people must rely much upoi
mercial Batik-failed; Jacksonville Bank- i ,the in 16 days. The Acadia arrived'' like material with the I lf( Present mail Arrangement.Northern tearless hearts, and upon guns well charged afl Jailed; Hank (.f West Florida--failed Plan. '! voyage treasury department: LIST .TTI'IS; remaining in the Font ; good order. It is notorious that the determined
tcr:' IJ.iuk, of Marianna foiled Central; ,on the 13th, beating her by more than three II is about 260 feet in width, and 70 in width: Ollce at Tlahal;( e, on the 1st of Oct. Mail: resistance of a single! man has often put i.iany lit
; ; (clays I the second consists of ltr. not takcl out within three month., they diana .
250 to _
Buk- story one r om, by Due SunJajs,Ti.es.lay Friday, at .P. 31. flight.Finally
IxHigJit up; Peasacola Bank, fail. \I The Caledonia brings the intallige ice of j 70 feet, canopied and surrounded by magnifi. will.be sent to the Gcneia! Post ,Office as dead letlcr lepnLI Mondays, ,V & I call upon the people Florida tor hrish -
l'erons ctnFd.J
id Life & them
Union applyig ( will
; -$ failed Bank any please
; the commercial treaty between France and cent arches and alcoves, is designed as the adverted.Ander.on Saturday, at 3 A. M. monsf themselves tho the great Bank Queen J failed ; and the I I gay Clones previous evenings, at [9 I'. :M. flow from a common suffering.I .
England., The general character of the future Walker
nr-ws depository In the 3 Johnson .
patents. story 'ViS. ark defend themselves {
Merchants' & Planters Bank of Florida them to and tt9 h"f a-r
i is decidedly pacific. Mehemet All had ac. immediately below, the. west half consists of Allen- Scrgl IK-nry luler .' \VJohnson St. Marks Mail: support oath other, and to lend timer : ttt sid f.r

(late Magnolia Bank) has not foiled yet, sfelic ceded to a plan for the adjustment: of the tlif. one room about, 125 feet in length AliMinus Cajit, lames Doe TuesdayTh"rsJay&.Sjturdayat 7 P. M. furtherance ofthe efforts made by the United SLa''.-
superbly .
has in circulation only 830 in post notes, : Armstrong J<>"cpL 2 Jlhlll Capt JORtp"Af'nnller Dpjtarta sam diy, l o A. AT. in their bchMf. V
fercnccs with the Sultan submitted bv Count arched, and decorated with beautiful Closes 9 P. M.
pi1ars.Thi liens UichardJohnson previous evening, at
and a few hundred of another sort. How it y J'Hes Given ujoder my hand at tKe City of S .
will come out when the Walewski.There apartment is now fitted up with splendid Allen, Milinii C \V' S Monticello Mail: Augustine of East Fieiida, tr.tt:: 2't' ,
post notes becomedue is no later news from China, nndaffairs glass cases, of huge dimensions and filled Adims HarrisonAlexancfr Johnson (; C S Due Monday?, at 12 M. V August. 1840.RIJBER1'ftAYMOND.
time wilt! show ,
in! Spa a: and Portug-il: appeared to be J J with specimens articles patented. The cast Mii' V Kinky Elijah Drlalsllc day, at 2 P. M. REID.
Well there is a glorious batch of them! i Brown J I Kctser Charles' C at 1| P. M. Governor of Florida.
than The whole mll l
i of this
more usually quiet. aspect > consists of two of ele.
story rows lJr.tleii J
I j ; A Luvina J II 2
If the people of the Territory of Floridacan I By the Governor
of affairs was decidedly pncitice at the last gant apartments for the commissioner of Hnant Danielliiillockt'apl L'oyd Nicholas! Bunker Hill Mail : McCANTS
pri. J. ,Secretary of Florida. 7
stand all this and themselves ,
yield and I dates. J tent and his clerks, scparatt?*! by a corridor E [4 li\'rly Luke Due Monday-, at 6 P. M. -
their to Hank Domination at 5 A. M. NOTICE.
posterity of this Ho ert James, RIJalih Departs Tuesdays
The blockade Alexandria was commeic.ed : i i of 20 feet i h width. LaycuJc IloLertL absence from tho Territory Co!.
Clones previous evcningp, 9 P. M.Thomascille I. my
character, then the Bank the United : J Ion Judje'J avill R a DURING
party in l on the 1st ult. by Admiral Slopford. I The General Post Office is a marble: struc. F. Wilson is my Authorised Attorney
: TJIO Mail
Bryan Mirlin Join
States in fed certain ; or P (forfign :
down iy; the throats of they the can cram anything and Several of the Pasha's'cs..c1s lu.d been se. turc 200 feet long, with two wings, and is toj o lihu khurn Major I I IR'jnd I.: teller)I Duo Tucl.i.}'", at 6 P. M. inf..ct.Tallahassee Aug. 17. "fetO.-A. STEPHENS.4 -

people, the BntUh naval authorities. : be three stories It is when :: Jamrx M, JohnM'CantM \
make questered by j high. designed, i iI : >f'k C.zjt Departs: Wednesday, at 5 A.M. -
them II
submit to any imposition they may j The Viceroy's fleet (Egyptian and Turkish) :I completed, to accommodate the Postmaster I fjeli'er Lieut J a 1'1(1 Jos-ph 4ltmicy Close previous evenings, at 9 P. At. TAKE NOTICE.

choose to put, upon them.! : was drawn np in order of battle in the roads (;icncrul, and about 100 clerks. It will be, I} alhDI Mmier Capt Win Jacksonville Mail : 'I,lIE Pobhc are hereby cautioned from tradingfor
JVrir Description of Cotton.-A new spe. of \bxaudia.The it is said, the handsomest edifice in the Unied I I Hfiiuet Uariett James McVoy Miller' Mrs Daniel S I Due TUItaJ. at 12 M. and three follows certain, to Promissory wit Notes dated
payable as :
ties of cotton has been discovered by Mr.L.C. prospects of a general war had pretty : States. It will IK decorated in front, and i 1 Ul'ivluni: W 2j Miinroc (forge I I Close U Fale :,., a at Hi 2 P.P. M.31. Ouo note dated llth ftov. 1839, and payable on

Hoimby, of Covington, La. He says much blown over. The London Morning, at the end, with fluted marble columns, ;;) B..oc.: Mi s Mary iloor Chrittopiier Sept. 26. 1810. the lt January 1841, with interest from 1st Jan.

the bush grows from 8 to 10 feet high.liranch- Herald of the 17th, gives, by Jtn extraordinaryexpress which are exceedingly graceful. It is sup. :;j jost'd Jiradicv Hillings: McCaleb Alexander r oct 3 Tal.IISC. G. SKARCY! P. 31. 1340-amount $2,908 (PO.'
I Ueml.ry Mrs.Mliallzrll 1 Morgan P.:ter 2 I One Note dated 11th Nov. Ir8, ond payable on
ing out in proportion, and {inducing' from 2 from Paris, the following statement > the building will not be completed (for Tlios 4 Miller John : Valuable Sugar 4 Cotton Plan- the let Janua 7lW2, with interest from 1s, Jan.

to 3000 pound to the acre. It is of a long : which mav lie designated "important, if true." IIlIl' or t two years more. ;> Uii1siihsy; J"iiirs .\ MiCornmiek Dr Chas 2 j' tntiou for Sale IL'4'i'-amount 3-24>(m 00.

staple, and very fine te turc. Mr. Hornsby Ifihe'aniy concession which Mchctnet t All I n.ll"'fal Cit.1.. Maxwell Thonui 'I I. TW\ lIE subscriber will sell his plantation on the One Note dated I llh Nov. 1839, and payable on

thinks it as fne!, as ordinary silk. Hcsiy.sone has iiuidu; at the eleventh hour will satisfy' the Tltt'TII ACKN0WLEESGEU.-1'he New Yolk ..' ('!hiar, B S McMillori Ur Robert 3 j M 'Vut side Suwanee riveraLlhc Old lownI he 1st of Janaar,. 1tU3,-it'1 ult're5tfro.n 1st Jan.

seed Wa found, two years since, in a four now that matters: have been pu.sh'edtosnrh : Star of a late date. a prominent Whig paper, 1 (111"letleury .MrKiunc DavId I. Madit-ou r unty, fllld". This land was purcha 14 -amount 2,909 00.
chest ': powers iscdlhe following language: : J"ICI M 1 Id*'-* I fHlid 1 1Malnr II I j sod in 1 Ii3)), HI public sile!, al a price 200 percent WVu-h notes arc signed by the Subscriber, andDr.i'l.
of tea, imported from China he plant- : rxticmity, it ace ins uclcxuily I
; "\o bound to admit that and Crowell R H 2 \\ : I{ higher tlal any other lands old ntthutnne.- B nl as security thereto, aid payable to
cd it, and saved the seed ; planted them, and 1 contrived scheme for breaking the old man's are a part. no Carter JamesV tacDau.ld1 i i I They were circled with great care and trouble! ; John G.Pcttus or bearer. the consideration for V

now offers a few for sale. I It t this cotton fall, without compromising his dignity and inconsiderable portion of the'hig party in I Ca.penter Itichard! Nicks JdinesRNewMMn I, and he confi'lt-nlly ascrtb that they art not turp.iskcii which the above notes were givers having failed

proves as good as represented, we can then pride. I this State is tinctured, and strongly toe, with Cady Capt A 4 T D !:. l"y any Unds in "'I.rida-lhe growth ohwhilehi will not pay the same or any pirt thereof until
I Abolition feelings. .: Carmarkami W Neighbours Janus I Ii coii-its <'f hwcct sum, wild cherry mulber compelled by law. TI1OS.. SMITH.
count upon a new era in the cultivation of j II The other morning papers arc silent on the I "We fear, from recent indications, that the i Campbell Win C NicollJcnry 2 ry, waho". maple. inagnoli, live oak, and undergrowth Munticello Jeflenion Co, Sept )9t1J, 1840.

our great staple. We think at least some j subject of the proposed arrangement, and their Administration is 1' Carr Wm A Orinans, Miss lichen 2 cane. Tho tract contains 1,396.16. "t f 8 4t .
at much inclin-
attention should be paid it by our planters.- i j I correspondents at Alexandria represent hit.j : Albany too : Clemmons Grernberry Oli\e Wm C "llch there 1,11 been cleared 275 acres. The land Till Ware Manufactory. _
cd the of V
influence the :
V. 0. Bulletin. j: as Icing inflexible at the expiration of tho >< ". to Abolitionists, in'j Cox Giorjjn Ofllr Com.Handing Co. lays one mile! <>u time river, and 10 0 ard .t half miles Subscriber continues cary on the abovrf

I II I'I ond notice. We i I., which case, it will be necessarily at all hazards ; Coleman Miss Lucy I Infantry bacx, ub! ut 30 miles from the mouth of the river. THE in all its branches and kea constantly
ten days incerclhOJl', i
"The Climax of Folly.-The memoirs of,: to counteract the influence.." i i Caller Miss Amelia Pridpet Mm!Capilinc! I it never subject lo G\er8'1\\'. One sixth of the on hand a general J assortment which ha offers

the public and private life of Fanny Ellsler 1 I the sake ofhumai ity, and the preservation ofI This is a very candid admission. The Carter Eliza Palter MTH Elizabeth pun liase money t'.be paid: in cash! and the balance at wholesale or retail to suit purchasers. <*,

have been and for sale at the I I the peace of Europe, that the Herald's state. Crillendll Drll E Ppon M II I Catharine S in five equal annual instalment with iller..t. He WM. .M. FRANCIS,'
are Whig Administration in the State of New ,
Baltimore .I merit may be true, as it opens a door for the |I Collins John B I'nrkl Davidybell will take, fur purl of the purci-axc money Sep 26 9 Monroefrtet.
Book Stores York is so strongly tinctured with Abolitionas Caldwell John Mr __
fair further
at For to C.
settlement of the ugly question. priees. particul-irs upply
An exchange_ informs us that Fanny pacific to be under its influences. This is of Chapman Tlios R Dr Strayed er Stolen,
paper one Pltcrlon S Sitiley, I': .,Tailahastve: or to the ,ub criber at
baa purchased and sent over to Europe, a We have received the following important the reasons which satisfies Jen. Mum with Clerk or Set ret a ry of .niliii Ieil St. uustiuc-Ifby' mail, postage to be paid. FROM the subscriber on the l"lh: inst.na.
communication from our Paris correspond ', Florida Council I'ul HORSE. about six years old. foartrnhantis
large number of the
lithographic drawings, his alliance with the fanatics.
"Letters from Malta, of the 7th September, "L. __ j Pcarborn M.ijor G 'atters-jii Jnhn C September iG, 1340) 9 3m high branded on the left shoulder with thrIdler .
representing the Baltimore asses pulling her Duval I San.I' tl Pearce Piiilip T ---- 0,black mane and tail. The said liorav 11 ,
carriage. If the old satirist who laughed at contain the (following: important intelligence: DIED, Daniel, James 0 Furl Fanning Notice.LL merly belonged to Mr. \V. Taylor. .\. l.If' r'ti rt-

the folllctf% of mankind, could revive, what a Count Walewski has propose to Mehemet In tliin rity on the 15lh insi. (,f 0<>n
hearty laugh ho would now have 1" Ali a project arrangement, which the Vice. after an illnecu of 15 h .ur. MAHLOV DICKKRov Dorxey Ed\1 W 3 I.berl. HiramI 1 A Binjiii'in Mctc.ilf drceanvit, will please pre- hor,e to W. Jk II. KhNIX:. ,

roy had decided accepting. The Count oldest! ROM of Mr. and Mr*. James D.\Yetteul.Ird I Devina S JCl'C. "eltlhello the Subscriber propmy: authenticated, _.iepIt 26 9 Jefferson streetTa'NOTICE. alt.tAUi':

The high tone of moral feeling which usedto has set off in haste to in orderto ; 9 years and 5 ,month. I D.ilin, Willis Roberts: Nathaniel and all who are indebted to aii! It tc, will comoforwlrd .
I Constantinople, I. L- _. l _._
distinguish our people, is rapidly diminish. hive the project presented to the Divan, Medicine- -and -Dentistry.- Deyonhiiit Mr Ryan Joseph 1) and piy the same. up and tolled before W. C. ." '' .
Dewey Joel Reid Gov 2G ,
ing under the influence of some new element through the French ambassador, M. Dc Pon- D R. A. COOPER DAYTON tenders his IIC"ivicct I Djwson John Redman M I l r Agent 'for A. Mtcalf, Administrator. Leon, onthe2lstdayofAuguzt.,1840 ticc of the Peace for the,C by u He. ..ur V

fir degeneracy operating on society. Fanny tois. Among other clauses contained in this In tlC ritiiend of Tall litt-we a* IM1Y* I Douglas Mrs Eiiza: Riddle J Icl'6, 1840. 2m 6 Barefoot, residing in the second or T&llahassee
E\\a\er is a woman of loose morals; yet, be.Cause project there is one, it is asserted, which is like. Office/ AN in Col.Vull"' liiirk Buildin/;,DENTIST.ii air.. I Evans Era.slusEly Fnell llamlin VSumptcr -Engineeriig and Surveying. Dint net of said County a small chestnut Sorrel
Iy to facilitate the almost desparate arrange. ; up Dr Horace John L 2Soulherlmd hIESmbcriber respectfully acqiieir.U the own horse, aged about nine years, with small saddle
limbs in Dr. D will lie to attend to ills in
she twist her h.ippy c
gracefully any Foster Lewis F B
can ment of the eastern quesiolJ'iz: Mehemet branch of Inn profession. He Han devoted muckatIe,1o i Dr ers of ll.! and Plantations, and the citizensof mark!, and a small blaze in bill face,valued at fifty
indecent postures she is drawn in a carriage Pobcs Wm SatTonl Win H Florida at large, that he purposes to appropriate dollars! by E. 1. G. Tillinghajt S. N. Daniel and
of : dint-aces of the Tcclh and NervousAffect
Ali consents to to the proposal pOSe I') I !Faircloth. Wilson Spoond_1rlu nis sole atlenti to the above .. *. He is J IS. Rarrv sworn nnrtJStirSwllich saId Hone, if-
by a mot of and admirersof of'the and face
would gentlemen, sessing Syriafor: his life only. ions. -. head" and.in prepared to I "'IlherVm Saxon; Henry 2 ready to undertake the completion of all kinds> ol i not- claimedwithlethie' lime prescribed by law,

scenic display. We are no admirers of The harvest in Great Britain has been gen. \ lions pcriorm of All ins ordinary in neat or and eziraoruuury KuhniantiarTnauncr.opera. r'oby Lawrence Stewart Mil Ann excavations, embankments! roads and bidlCi;and will be advertised and sold agreeably to the cts. of

ync1& the has been Dentistry a Fair Joseph Smith Burton for moderate compensation to supply plans and the Legislative Council in such case made and proTided. .
Lat.C but if those degraded beings had rally productivcand grain gath. He has a SPLENDID COLLECTION of the beat Gaillard Mrs Ann A JSheth.iin Charles 1)rSfihlI of Ihe leel. and contours of works appcr D.McRAtNY.Clerk.

een tossed into the filthiest dock in Balti. ered in most parts of the country in good or. ARTIFICIAL TEETH. Gaillard U A Shurey G tiling to these sciences ; and utiOal." of the rx- Sep 3 1840. 2in 6 By W.C>CAMWIX D.C.
The to winch' awarded the
sanie was at
der. Gorman John B Scott Reuben
more it would not have been more than they SPAIN. the lat Fair of the American Institute, and which Green Lieut Col John! 3 Tromer John IItnlC attending their completion if required. I iiecKwith's Fills.
common dilching eeen ezempicd. Lung experience
deserved. lie will int-ert ,n such a way 1'iatthey will be natural Sarah Dr Wm & SUPPLY of thi. celebrated iem dy for Dyvpepsia
Graham Mrn TradlweU with slid : will
Madrid still remains in the hands of the IV.fdbl8 .uce..s approliaiion. warranted, fresh Just
in appealanre and useful for all the purposes Gcrow F P Wm \V .dL aad genuine.
Toy 1' no doubt insure confidence to both Officeup
The jLadieg' Companion. revolutionists. On the 2d the Municipality maturation. If they do not give perfect satisfaction Garner John N R Taylor General flairs in the old Court House. parlies. received and for sale by .
' We will; nothing will be charged for the operation. Win Thorn niily 6th. 1840 RANDOLPHS LEWIS
have received the September number appointed a provincial government ; Haywood Seahor 22 JOHN .M. IRWIN. -
Hukins Michael Then. Samuel -- --- .ffc .
rr this Ferrer for President. This junta appointedRodil
monthly periodical. It is one of thefstgoe D I. intends to make his home in Tallahassee, Holloman Je6t P Thornton G Notice. O V for lIe by MILLER & ROYVLES.

up, ((1[ use the technical phrase,) of Captain General, Lor nzo his second and ho expressly warrant all bit Dental Operations Huston Edward Tillin hant Benjamin 1f ALL persons indebted to the Estate of Isaac Port Loon I8tb Sept. 1840. 8 .

P'! publications of the day. The paper i is of in command, and Narciso Lopez, Military /o give present and permanent satisfaction. Herri- Wm Ellis Veal Wm are hereby roqueiUd to settle the saneiiniuecJialcly Strayed, .

PC best quality, and'the type neat and fresh. Governor. The government immediately pro. Ladies waited on at their dwellings, or at Dr. Hill Lieut John I Wilson Samue and all those Laving demands will ; the Subscriber the 24th'June;alarjtj
The D.'. ie,id t.c0 at M ra. Chandler' Miss A present them for FROM to Mr Me-,
present number has a beautiful engraving ceeded to put Madrid in a state of defence. Hayes Elz Wilcon UlemonLI J. IlACKLtl Home;he formerly belonged ,
munition and advice gratis. 12 oct 17 Hick Wm WiUnn Samuel B 2 I of St. Marks and itr belhred uwio'bs1a'
W a beautiful from Mount Ida Two batallions one of the line, the other of 2m Administrator. Catty, ,
scene near 5
' : Hall MiM Elirabct'i! Whi e Wm sep that neighborhood. A liberal reward will ba fvrm
Troy, New York. It also has another en.lJ'aing tbe national guard, were constantly under QUINCY hearth M D L Walke Minor Z "NEW FALL 4- WINTER GOODS. for the delivery of' said Hone to EOT- houn inihia V

more particularly attractive to the arms. Fortifications| were erecting on different ANNUAL Ladies EXAMINATION this will the. harley Pvter G .WhiuemorWmHuri subscribers are receifin-, by late arrival la city.'o.l"MAttuJ 'V
& teI it and barricade in the different in Seminary comjncc )Iil' M T (Wallace: Andrew M THE TallahaMee.Aug'i 6 tf ; V
? ,ts shows them the latest fashions, ailuxig points, rising on Monday the 26tu October,and continue 1 New York and Boston, tHeir stock of >'

generally very dear to* their hearts.- streets to stop the march 9f the royiguard six days. The Student of the Mule Department Johnson Jame P' Walker Mrs L FALL' AND! WINTER GOD?, con.i.tin$ of.BagJ County_ Court" of JcJKcrwm*.., V

fl5httr.rymatter is original ; and it is in.JTO should'it attempt to ibrpo an entrance will be examined ut the same tbe. ParentsGuar Jewett Jobnaon SAt Daniel Whiddon WmWillii Etia Rp.Prime .,Fancy PrinU,I John L. Taylor ). 'A sn a jail, -ReturnableTB.
.4 that into the diana and the public generally, are invited to together with a V >to.SeptoVoer term.1840.
the that charac.Tbtre pralulr.mODi
whole shall be of at Jimer on Daniel f for
Capital.PORTUGAL. tend. L EDMONDS A. M._ Joba Faaey Dry Alw. a Samuel W Barronton. )Attachment $13134 -
!Irs are a number of rery respecta. 301 R 4t 10 LG.ShAaCTP.M. o .n BOOT* and SHOES ofTartoot TI. Damqe&40HE
: 1340. oct
I. contributor to t. On .the 7th Sept. Lisbon remained in an Quincy, a. 1 1 Lull REU.-LUMBI3U. SeMripliow.JAME8E.BROOME& Defendant V and all others 'intsrOled,17

, ,' Kr Subscription received by W. W.&n unsettled state.It was reported that the {ANDOLPH fc LEWIS are receiving largo FOR S Lf-130O FEET YELLOW T&Ilahasoce,0Ct3 jg =__ take notice of the institution of the tbevepult I V

, Court had become* alarmed that, the supplies to their Stock of DRUGS AND al JKmfc.;'jolt relnfrm excellent bay Mare.and a fdrt attachment; and will appear, aDd'pled lircfO,
108 New York.t8 end
Fulton-treet. MEDICINES, all of which are wamsucd of lope. Walker1. .. *- .< For SaeAn toAug according to law. .POPE.Js. STONE

t f.' ; in advance.' ,or$4. if paid during the Queen was, consequently d to listens riot ,floality. Also receiving Paints, Glass, Potty, A TAFT" & ALEXANDER.Port l 4 Apply WM. H. FRAN S. ul$ 3 Att'ysr.rk'f.

to the advice of |h.se who recommend a I Varnish, I3ruhes&e. 12 Oct 1 Leon, July 8, 1840. 52 3t


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g .NOTICES. 1 1I KoUee.Q St. Joseph (.) Races for the W'WAit..BBTT .
LEGAL PROFSSIONAL e.tabIushmenthls been opened DEVtEi-Iw.14 :
TOLEN from the Suiibcriber on Saturday night THIS
'Ir = I blb. subscjibers and ia now puble t1a tbe.em.roes I
1 ellt .
: season .0hIDI&1 htt
-J last, a SORREL-'HORSE 17 hand high a Annual Meeting for 1841 wil: commence
of tisitora. Arrangements re cently intbi..per..itb .
r Settee. ATTORNEY OR AT i./ AT, whit hrnd foot, with a large wart on his aheath, THE the Calboua Course on Tuesday the 9th ready for reception I.h Good .S.
Bljt accommodation of a reasonable hahive
lath. ria.
THE undersigned will epply MX weeks after free have been made (or the j-e WMadminlstrsUen ".Sci
to have been taken by some negro. Any and continue five days,
supposed February next,
to the of of tisitow and ample wpplicirlaidin of MOFIPHES'IX
Jndgeef the County Court F number 'r8 L
rewired and libej.ally in the U. States.Fint Ft PJu..t-D
information MI'S
will be thankfully ,
for Hone or Gelding .
Lon for County any of the luxurwi oTth*
.. LeUere of AdaTnistraUaa the Estate WILL patc Lo GORMAN. of the eomforta and many BPTTRS.. .
of Charles and Walton Cenutie rewarded. JOUN B. D.y-I I mile beatK-Pun $200. during Those who have
Bnd this place
,. dec'J. coontry. The who palroniie perused the 1 letter
i' 6 ALFRED OLIVER. ala 1 in tb Court of Appeals at Tallahassee.. July 8 62 Second Day-3 mile heats-Purse 400. the summer, will find their situation more pleasant red to, will observe that itattest a I DOlt' aboy. ref,.

,.p tr" -..-. : Sep 5 184 6DH. Wntchca, Jewelry Sliver Ware Ac, Third Day-3 mile heaU-Purse Purse f$1000.600. than UIUI! The Springs and Balhing-Hr. are the fact. that no IDt'Onyniene.0"7 u.
Fourth mile heats
; l' J Ii After 1OTIc apply to the Hon. F. 8. BEATT1E TTfc AUSTIN, Jrnfc CO. Day-4 Parse- fSOO. in good order-the water delightful, and aerrar.H attends the taking of these WedieSt! .rli.1ett

.14 Q\X Court for resumed tbe practice of Medicine In aU its -.u removed to the Piflh D.y-Proprietor' in attendance to the cilia of the visitor ca!e;., bnt that the patient wilhoiViWliw
p.r Coonty JLr
County HAS have in
I L.o (miles heat*-3 best 5.) ''
for )leUere of a.4minwtratio the estate of and tenders his professional services store formerly occupied by of the Club that |the The waters of the Suwannee Springs are justly! operation, i. universally left in a &7''albeltter r
The guarantee
: ua to the community. His office is St. Marks celebrated for their medicinal properties mtny m- state of health than er .l4
"'I JOJIH 8Aw,4egod, late of .hi county. a Wm H Wyall, & Co, where advertised shall bo before theHorlclI i was experiene5dp:
put up
at the house of S. C. Spencer now opening a beautiful purses as ., of VI lid. hate found great relief and others restored to being afflicted with diM"' and ill ai fJakJt..
M JOBERT WHITE they are started. By order '
; alpt. 1 1840 9' -july 18 15_2m__ [The Star.wilt copy. I assortment of articles in are JOHN 1. GRAY, President. to health and vigor by their use. For a pleasant acute suffering, great relief obfain'ed"ilt e, r g

DR. JOHN II. POPE such J reF sort during the summer months,this placelequals hours. and a curo .is generally efceud "
County Conn or Jedferson. their line, as Prrra W. G AuriRA. jr. Secretary. I a, t"e'
,i FFEI4S his cervices to the people other situation in Florida, or the ..djoiningountry. three days. "
1 Returnable profe'fiona Gold. Lever Anchor, Cylen- ny f
'UliarIa.1 Arsfcmpsit. i O aug 2"l 4 lamiF'c cas'ee
In of Fivta
of in Monticello, ef
vs. > oSeptembcrttrrn,184Q. County. I der and Virgo Watches; Ring, as Diamond, On every deacrjp10 and
Harvey Oliver. S Attachment $148 over the .torc of William Denham CoMonticello. 'xRuby, Garnate. 4c. ; Broarhej, a* Diamond lor 1c--7\,0 I t\\ itc J. MJ Carryalls, Charges will be moderate.E.. bi lious affections, it i. '( *
4 ,
Damages 5 .May 20. 140._ Alossie, Cameo ; Enamelled paintings, &c. Gold 1 with Harness, &c.complete. Apply to O' PONDER, I ht, as I believe the Lint MwJJS"'to :Jversally
,30 0 .
T HE Defendant, and all others wi J. M'CANTS, Filligrce Work, Ear Ri'!gsand Pins ; Silver Ware. II aig 2* 4 WM. FRANCIS. JimneC, 1840. 46 RICHARD JONES. admitted to be the roost in speedy W
effectual t9 l
take notice of the institution of the above suit by Attorney and Counsellor at Law, inch as Tea S tn, Table and Desert Forks; Spoons, STORAGE NOTICE. I cure extant in all diseases of ih./CIII. <

I I Attachment; and will appear and plead thereto, ractica in tho Courts of the Midd'e Cup, Silver Plated Cnndlo Sticks, Cake Baskets THE Subscribers offer for sale tho followin g ar The L,: MJDICJofU are .!., a mOlt tIeell'!
LEON. relief
4 t according to law. POPE & STONE, WILL and in the Court of Appeals. Of- Castors, Tea Sets, Coffee Ums, ard Spoon ; Cut. AT PORT !, low for CAlH- affections ot the Liver and Bfn,1J. ** ?nteer

t an IS. : Att'ys for PI.t. ficont Tallaarssee.Fla. tf april IS. 1840 Jery, Guns and Pistol*, Canes, Astral Lamps, Mantle LAnD, from Magnolia, will com- Cognac Brandy half pipes and casks b proved in hundreds of cases where pat II
1 NOTICE. Clocks Fancy Goods, &r. DANIEL the Storage and Comm Sion Busineiis Holland Gin in bbls. I h have come forward, and riquesled that tl *

tl t .4 month* after date, application will be made JbHNiiUVIL, All of which they invite their fiiends and the nt th. above placo the ensuing month and Whiskey in do 'jrience in taking them might be l1Lli.he4 r' **
I .: SIX the Honorable tho Judge Gadoden County ATTORNEY AT poblic to cull and examine. solicits a sliaro of public patronage. Lard, in kegs I benefit of otherf. In their operation i in such lbs
,: in the courts of Middle nnd I 2 they restore the tone ef the case.,
fur letters of dismisnion administrator bok WILL practice Nice watch repairing personally attended to. Port Leon August, 1840 Flour, MolassesCorn Stomach IIftD"
& Florida and CnurtofAppezk. lies __ the digestive and .11
_; tin of the estate of Elijah \/. Sweat, dec'd., Dee 21 20Runa'ay lIayfanhaden organ invigoratelh.
nOl dence Cotton Weighing: Celeral
near Gen. BrownV.Jan -- and Cod Fish in bbls functions of the whole body, and
ate of said county. 25 26 in "ail.COI1JJTT.U I subsciiber, appointed Weigher of Cotton, both for 10
Boxes in sexes, ( they are aCeVfT
Pickles perfectly
July 18. 1840 51 JOHN I!. RHODES. THE quart jars .
: to the Jail at St. Mrks, a Ne of an act passed at the last sas-
invaluable )
S. W. earmark & ITIedicim A.ATTORNEYS Long, 300 bbls. Lime. an means of preventing i icstoring
T in. diseaw
fhort and thick ret, Council respectfully
non of time
NO"JCE ( Sampson, Legislative McNAUGHT & ORMOND.Port health. md
I. SIX months after dae \ to the I(n. ab.ut3O years of
of Leon County Court, for letters tlismirsory TALLAHASSEE, }'LA."nLIA of Cumberland Inland Georgia. He I ton either in thin city or at the Railroad Depot.His .- with pain and giddiness i ac omplb f
t. p I admicistratriz on tho Estate of JJ T. practice in partnership in the Supcri- says he has lived with 1\1 r. J. D. Ryan, near Ta'/a-!/ scales manufactured at the s.ime place ns I For Sale or to Rent calamnily of impaired marked 1 1ous by their ,.
i itations mental
t Jolnlon.lae of lid Counly. deceased. 9 Courts of the Middle and Apalacliki.la haRMer The owner of*aid Negro is requested to I those used by the United Slates generally! and FOR the present year section 8, (Lafayette >' of the heart flatulence loss energy! ; ill pi1pj
'! CATIAlNE JOHNSON D \ and in the Court of Appeals. Their prove property, pay charges and take him way, orhe likewise by the weigher. of cotton in the city of ') situated 4 miles Nort'.i: of Tallahassce trength.. and the multiplied of 'pti a 4

hr office is, for the present, in the new curt liou.c. \\ill be dealt with according to law. New York, and have been examined by the In on the Georgia Road, on which there are ; dered digestion LiFt 'ymp'on1. or 4ilO

i: tI'i j may 31 44. Dec 21 20Charles HENRY LANDER Jailor.St. spe.torofscales and weights of seid city and proved about 80 acres of cultivated Land, well fenced in. to poKSs the most z salutary McDi'diVE* wilt be roa..4.

Marks. Aueu 25. 1840.eo.ge COr reet. Price weighing, 10 cents per bale. Apply to GERARDIN, Constitutions ctHcacy.
NOTE- S. Sibley > 4 36 Port Leon. relax-d, weak,or decayed
al in
Cotton. |
t tf IX months .ftr Edgley ha* arrived III town, D. M.1iEFF1ELlWeigher or women, are under t h.immediate ItI*"

1 ? 4 S Honorable the Judge of Leon County to110, OFFERS his professional set vices as Attorney I G' Well Digger' i i. his profession. Ta llaha us ce, O) :t. 12.9. f DISSOLUTION. THE LIFT. MEDICINES, Old Cough, influC1lee .r

ft, t'} (letter" dismission an administrators of the extatc d leks, 4c. in Middle$ Fluridn.He at Law, in the coll'ctio.all of Where be ,wants In be well known, Orange and Lime Nursery, THE Co-Partncrfhip heretofore existing be. consumptive habits, are loon relieved Astbmas i and la.

ef JOHX A. WJLEI deceased, late ol said he Courts in the Middle District. wil And cash i is his decision. 4 au/ 22 FOR SALE FOR CASH the Subscribers in tne Tall&hassce! I |cured. Poverty of blood. end emaciated Ipeej7

'1' 1.'. oeunty. TADDYWILLEY, Office in Munroe Streetin tho building formerly Notice. NURSERY. containing about thVLY.b. Exchange, is this day dissolved by mutual con- I \will ere long meet the happiest change V7JiT
I WM.G. PONDER, in New Or. A sent. The business will be closed by J. G. William !- clailJ! fluid will .
; Subscriber intends watery become
c ccupied by Win. Wilson, as a Book tre. residing and Lime Trees of an age to bear in one or I'L rich .d
april 4. 18 0 39 Administrator T l !,vrho is duly authorized to settle the Fame. nd Ihe ball"lIic
? Cot be
.Merchant. | covered
'lehlahns'ce May 12il jjS.:' -10-tf. leans as a Commission Any two years after trlln pIAlltin&. Tho Trees were with flesh, flm154

.! I : \ IN THESUPERIOILCOULLL'OFTIIE! t<>n consigned to him w ill be thankfully received.: raised from Choice Cuba Seed, and are in a healthy J. G. WILLIAMS, healthy.

I a'4-1 t> ') MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, U/1VIU S. \\ AIAU' H. and orders for the purchasn of provisions. &.. and thriving condition. Directions will bo given Aprit 1st. 1B40. WM. W- TAYLOR. Nervous disordci of every kind, and from -har.

ATTORNEYATLAIV, 4.G. will be piomptiy attended to, when \. means lirefurnisKH. which if adhere to, will insure them safety in removal i. Copartnership. vet cause arising, fly before the effects ofT

," .; | IN CHANCERY. WILL practice tho Courts of the Middle Dillric W. C M1LLDR.pe and tran"plantinjr. Apply to EDWIN W. '' fiE' subocntifcrs have thin day formed a CP- LIFE MEDICINES, and. all that train of sinking *"

214 Oliver Lesley and James, Fitr.1 of Florida. His office i is the first room to the ri4hit 5 If C _. DORSEY, Auctioneer, Tallahassee, or WM. Mc- partnership' at Port Leon undrr the name I i let.ex.. and trel.uurs. which so dicadfullyaectt alii.

b, l\ lately r3rLHH.Hading I over J B. Bellsstoroin Tellaliasseewhere lIe may U. 4. BERNARD'SRemedy NAUGHT. 1'oit Leon. mar 14 33 of Miller & Row I"", to carry on the STORAGE weak. the sedentary and the deu'cat wilt; :.the!

: firm of Beley.Fitch Edward t always be found. for Dysentery, Diarrhaa, Summer AnEI..pul IIOTL'L. & COMMISSION e busine*. thort time,bo succeeded by Cheerfulness and a
r ; C. l aac H. Bassettaod They h.ve a larjrc and commodiru warehouse presage of health.! leery
.J' Dr. A. 1!!. RANDOLPH Complaint, Colics, Cramps and Spasms. r r HE undersigned hcting purchased from Gen. ; i
R>b rt W. Aburn partnerstrading for the storage of merchan-'ire and cotton ; and For weskamess, dtlici"nt.y or
located himself o- .Ii THOMAS BROWN that well known establishment 1111uraJ
under of Richards HAVING Talahassee. all the above complaints this Medicine hall hope, by k'rict attention and tness in land relaxation:: of veW strength
the the
: ., prom; : ", by too rrc 'enuZdaljr :-
'i I professionalf-en to publr.1 \' a certain remedy both to children and h called the City H tel, in the city of Tails
Basset fr Aborn: ] CROSS BILLBrewtler execution oforilers. to give citi. -f.uti/n of time
to all who -n
Joseph > | e
I tie is to be found nt the office of Dr. J. adulla. Numerous testimonials arc of its hi'-'t-e, hate opened the house under the title of I; i pssMonn! thn medicine U a sate,
and Lemuel 3rewtcr FOR given enttusl business thei. ami
Io invaluable
: dolph Monroe Sirect. may <;.H' certain remedy.
;, dt;i trading .J. tf L. Ihewstcr : DISCOVERY on 2f efficacy, which' may b' seen where Alcdicinc i is the Adelphi Hotel. They life now making important cao.llLLIR.: Th-sc who! hive long res.dfd in
1av sold. Prepared by Robert$. Bernard, Norfolk: improvements nnd repairs and will have by thecnnumg hit elimal
I, t .And Warren Kemball-in behalf[ & RELEF. I. RthrtoJO1I.J.ltOVLES.. and are !anjrni4 and relaxed in t'leir sviterr
of themselves and such other Law Notice. For sale in T.nlahasse, by fall an eiUnsite Crick Building erected Messrs. Betton & Fi her, Tallahassee take THE Lire !
> !
hiithvmto existing between on the whereby thy will be able! to acroinmodalfl i ; may Atcaicixn with It,. hippitI
t judgment creditors of James J.Ilirge THE Co-partnership SCp4 6. RANDOLPH LEWIS.Forty ._ properly Deny & U"wJil'g! .' etl.-ctF and
; persons removing tu the
: i' u
DUVAL and WM. H. BROCKF.NBROUGII strangers viMing: this county in.atisfLctory a S.uthern
'r as shall come in and contribute I'o.t Leon Feb.! I. 1 1H40 West
Dollars : 31 States
Reward. or Ii.diei
cannot store
has been this day dissolved by mutual minner. 'I he 1'ublic may depend -_- a more imp0,.
I) ,&e.-cmllainan., ccnlrnl.M. : R ANA WAY from the subscriber lesidin; i in upi eVRty attention to their comfort Valuable I a nils for Sale.. 1 taut article of health and: life.

: and James j \ II. BROCKFN ROtGf wi continue to Madison ruitnty, a very likely MULATTO(:i JOSEPH CROSKEY rBIIIE oiibstribcr havii.jr IL greater quantify of| !I l The following case are among the mon recent

UreliusBirgo J.Birg. reside at Apalarhicolppand. practiee il the Apalacliicola GIRL. nalCl d Francis, aged about IR ; says, w'ien; DAVID F. WILSOTallahawe / JL land than is desiiaMe! for his own cultivation. "I; cures effVcied and gratefully aeknowled-red fa. the

I. .enn ; Piifilrict. and the County of Lean :and the questioned, hut! sho bclongn to Mr. }1&ller. She April: 3d, 1810. S6 '"tferfor sale three valuable plantation-: ? *-..nnc,f.it- I del 'IIO" U-nefitted: *
to the Judge; by that the 'hisxrn' \ for time in the h!. _-- uated Buick Ca,. 'Jacob C. Hunt :
IT : afduit. Court of Appeals regularly, and in Jefferson a nd f' rome nei orhocd o''fahhzmlia.'see For Sale on : Creek about' thirteen mules ensl "Windsor, Or n's
I&id Urelius Dirge and Jlml. defendants T and etf be from Tallahassee County N. Y. A dreadful
P Gacisdcn njiecially Ilplo.d.T.II..ha'fel. supposed yet to about the! cont.-iiniiig thirteen hundred tuinorpestrojed:
I Hone!
: ; above named, are rojdeiiis wiihoat} Ihe Territory i Nov.2dih. I IIiJ9. i name plare. Tho above reward will be: paid for be rpprehension ONE two Horso Sulky do do Wagon.with har kc.omplite. acres, COO of which are in a high; slate of cultivation the \. hub:" of his face, nc'so and jaw.: Cx near>>eri-
one -- ,
.t Florida, but .ithic the Unite SlltC'r I STOKAtiE.undemigned a and all reasonable expenses, if delivered W. I. II. FP ...C-H".NCF.SI the reiiuc! mostly rich, hnmn.ock l land, with I I'Y quick relief from the use of the Li'ee4i.;

: ., is considered and ordered that the deftnda.I.. lIE tu A. E. Harris at Tnllahas.csec or toF. all the necessary farm h>>iMe>t and outbuilding ciIi. ". i.d in less than three month wajtm,.

'. -.t Urelius Birje and Jamrs J. IJirge, do appear and T Jf'iro Houses and having Wharf loaded one erected of the J. MAYS.N. I .- n8ih. IBtiH_ I Ihe crops raised upon this plantation have not ; ;3surpat'.sed ured.: (Case rrportet', with a woo lvngr: tisg inl, i JI,

2. answer the aid complainants bill of complaint., Messrs. J. & N. Hamlin, soliiita! lately share of by. B.-If the siid: negrenu in harbured by awhile I KHIKMAN;AliER.NMTHY.. & JlAN .\. by any in the cous'ry. Another almntthe la new pamphlet! now in pres.".)
of Uie ( p3tron.a
four from the (
within date mt publication man the extra of ) Commission Merchants I Case of Thou. '
.JO l Purcell.
DOtf IO in till' sum $ willl.e given for same distance noithcast frmn Tali.iha-.vee.: .1 enr. 81 ycirs of i .
I.4 .. of trJlri; other" i!c die said biU! will Receiving & Forwarding Business i detection and |>ro!?eution '<>' the offender. New Orleans. :onlaining about 700 aere, .f rich oak and hickory :: I was afflicted .18 years with wrllm;> in Inn |I.g r.e.
bo taken It i is further ordered that :
t p ecncn. TAFT & ALLXANUEK. Ilickstown, Madison co., aug |l.;. 3 Refer to R. K. Ca.l, 'nd( Henry Bond. land ; wilr COot 70 acr. s :n riiltivatirn( ; and I !I taseiitirely cured by takwl12 pit!;* 1.1 3 Wtelu.
in f the ..
: .: this ( one ( newspapers Port LR.n 15th April 1840CAJJINE'I' 38 ---I.UOCI..A'iATION-- JII', "._17 lti9.: 24lf another in I Hamilton I ci uniy.; u'njt ten miles fr'","> C 11..: of Joau Daullon.Aiirrdceii.Onia
I printed aud published at ,in the District
: ( -- -- -- (lie Sut Sluice Spnn !, rontaioini ;ihoiii 2000 i 1 in five ye&r>-i-i entirely cured-has used U.!
.1 aforesaid once a montiis.
acres, a Final! ji.irl u in tuln:a at;.", wil.'i. (arm ... lI'c. Life Medicines for \Worm in dildren. and fuuu i
f Dated 3Ist .
1'1 '1'1" &1". 'I I hn lam! i i. of superii quail: (or t. culture I. them a sovereign remul).
: 't AIFIUD: BALCII.Judgcof c. ---- .."-- ; fur rut favour* KeFpec 7HHREAS: it is madr ,.own to mI'. that I' J II E undersigned most pcctfulty" inform I, of Fea isl.ui'I i Colt.n.ANo y Case of Lewis An.ntin-periodical aicr.'h'adl\t-1
the Florida. ::: _:. ; informs the citizens BRYANT' M 1f.IU..DJ1Jfof.l..ck"fJl'! } ;
; L. ? (0. ihe L'ldits of Tallaiai! <> and vicinity that I always relieved snu.'l
] a tract of .100 acres, al i I lit ; nalu.1 bridge by a dose-now entirtt/
't To.t-R. G. WELI,ORD. Clork. 7 7 Sep I lt't 12 c_ : Tnllahacrec and vicinity that who was confined in the jail: of said C ,iin'y' under she h'ol'cLc.d a IIOUKH in the aboveline, on MOM I. on tIe St. .Mark-'. about 1 1 nu.'ej!' south east ofTalahast !I- free from it.
A BARGAIN t-'q; Li Cabinet continues to carry on tho a charge i.T ,murder, has matte his c ape from salee ; hilf of lln, tract is a rim h alluvial! sui Case of -\Jon Ames-eurid of a iuo tifuetira't

SELL A BARGAIN in the TRACT L1 Making i tngincts: in j jail. :md is now ull large : u nr.il .'tlesrs.! Gurmnn $, Hall, where s'ne hopes : upon it tl.erc M alito a fine rrull !s< at, with greater t end olmiinatn; dysj-ep-iia.; and general debifity.'

;.4 I (WIL.> ), whereon I row! reside, la) ilg on of ullitsvariMyat Bless the old bland,, ( NOW KNOW YK, Tl'at I, RoarRT RATMO.ND from lni4 attention to Ihe bubinexn:; lu merit a \\ aler power than anv .Middle Florida.; Ca.c of Adali: Ains! : \V..d..orOhIlJrlelllIt.liolll. .
and .
4 e. th;. west M.de et f Lake Micoinckee. SU miles N. E. ,_ Riholds opposite REID, Governor of I'lond. t>y virtue of tin inih'T. I ilure of pnttlicF.b I'll I runae. These lundn will be sold at moderate price, andrcasonilili l gravi-l!, l.vcr air.;'ttiot.s: and ft'at mi utii n 4
? Cili.Vyau's Store, where he ity vested! in me by law, du 'h< rriiv ..tTi'r REWARD : 29I' l1tH. M.I .
a 15 A. C'i.\RKI confined
dcbin'y.h.iii ben
Jit" if
of and desirable
the of Leon cr : thr
severmyear.wds ,
adjoining ; purchasercan
b1. raia
TII.I- order .
County will be receive from his
I to friend OF'I"el I I I I
happy and MUNDi'.LD: ; -- --- -- I
, !! she Land. Denniv. E:a.4 ln ilivr LJOI.L.RSfc'rIhc nnd hi : OiICE. have Union Batik Stock upon a part; of the from hr bed by tukin. one box pilisand. a botr .
Lat I!ts and others; containing 640 acres of rich oak made in = sal URIN'-! my -iliM-nic from Florida.: B.rton: C. | urcia! .e. llit1DEN.. "fbllter-a must extraordinary! cure-the is uot .
of ,
$ every description, a faxhionablo amiMibxtantial delivery t-> jailor, "i oiln ./Tiir 1 thi' .
St any F
.anJ hicku y, Iud luHiir.ock 1iuidtwe: hundred :and and reasonable, l of ri'Titl.i 'rrj .'ftIO "f Monti'-cllo' id lilY ngi-nt and attor De '2r5 til!i very healthy: and robust woni.m-alUited by i. ,
manner on terms, and loiy nuts.! "i'd to rce"I111m..
I 1. twciity-ilve; acre of which ara cleared and under he hoprs by i.i.net attention. l'. hutinebs, to merit TliC Mid llry.int \lrndith i i. 1111 i h ey. JOHN F. TL'CKER- Leather, Lime;and Hair. hu-* allJ Shubel Adam'

I 't- cu'livation.: never failing atrfIUI of water ru '" and receive a liberal share of tho patronage *f thrpublic. of ago, fit e fed eijl.t' r .line inches thirty high yearn dark ja18_"6 _ J. Uln I I : S ii.b-cnberi have nlan'ly on bum! a I ( a-o of A: rs .U2U.! wife of Joseph Badger .
this of land. Tim BUILD nearly i'nilar to : the
through tract NGS ( .r'x rye" and! hnir, and rather; hard of NO''JI C"inp'eir' assoi tinent LKATil: I'.ll.: .uit.'I.Vfoi a ove-re.-ut same.

bb lli-s premises are, a comfortable D,'c'llIcuIt', JACOB BLESS. from C'oria"llkulI'Or. hear'cig; lurmirlv. A LL p'r.on iiHc!>tcd to the Su'!)>cri!>cr prior to r CJin l-'amis, 1l.ln.fls"> C'-rri.ige Topn;; Hro's an< C"j,' of SHMin GooJjraar. a younjj mt.narri. Ito I

Negroe houses, and Cribs a good Houlc. .. county. Jui N.te Hook Shoes &c. Also a comiant supply of LIME: ai-d nviipuii-subject ill' health scver.il
: N. B. All kind of furniture repaired on reasonable 0 4 J the }"l %', on Arcounl.or utherwi I. year in
CoUon Gin end Srr w. With tho Land will be ternig.TalhmahlIM"ee. Given r.ndi-r: my hind, and the scil: I i.e, aie htreby n< lifted that the lulls!: will ti e Il.l II, for Plasi'rnc"' ; : .711 dwldcb, tlirj pfT.r :1'1 corm': of lh f Life Medicines entirely iest'>r> t ter

i ; Mold, &fY-c"el shares of Union Bank Slock, :and ; Pent. '1". 133J-tf (., of tho Terr-lory! of Florida thin I 1 presented by Benj. F. Thornton, Jr.,"with whom :tow f rrasli: 01 in ex.-tiii'i.: ; t'"r hiile! *, at their 'i nnVad. -i* iIfl.: hale a >d h'-nhhy.

.j. t. :1m al XegroR*, wanted. The terms will I I ToPlanlels.I - .. 1 IHih day of July, 181" hey are requested to settle. BlltMx & GALBRAITH. Case of Miss Thomas: ,daughter of Ei: Thomas .

be, libral-applj to the Subwcriber, on the pro RON SCREWS received ROBF.RT RAYMOND I IEID.: 1 July 4 49 .- JOS. \\ ILLfA\1:0. Tal!.ih.issrc. An?. r !h-i: l-if cough and' symptoms ot l"OIllurni'lion-cured it

I misl. LUKE G. LAMB. hy the Schooner B,) the (. ,veruuir: -- --- -- -- -- ----- -Not fcc to Cotton Pi lour weeks. Her si i>lcr cured ofa severe attack
;: Sei-t.. 19ih. 1840. 8 16t J"neph Hankcy, from Baltimore, arc now ready J I. 'I e(-'.\"TS. Secretary of Florida.fi.5 I iou l.rc.s Screws A Horse Power A IE BOAT KUiliTS: IMPROVED a lit eis.s :: CO i.ilamuictlory rhcuuvaliMii in o\c WKES.

.,. PAINTS forfdelivery on the paymei'toflho same. Apply to 52 I Castings. TON SA\V (; !jt\S. Ca>n of S. Cflvin-curid cl* a severe attack .!
', OILS AC.35OO June _________ >
tt lbs White ie oil, in kegs of 100 lh 22._ .f i__ _n T. K__NETTON.. ._ i.rSnle or:Rent, r 1'lIr i: subscriber who introduced t the ri-t-iri'ji : this! niiiiiixt: ", i"rming; the Plan scarlet fever in n few days by the Life Medicine*.
[ '; and 25 lbs each < oil, Spin. : HEADACHE, SICK OK NERVOUS. oiiiiiindioiis' stand as a HOTEL:I Screak and Horse-I'ow sr Cs stiflES I m I have t.-tjl'i.M; 0[
,1 Brashes, &.c, and Window Glass ohaious Torlc'ntll 1izel. The extraordinary reputation; that Dr. Spohu'i i-i-, at ST. MARKS, recently occupied b- S Ihe ntighhorhood 0:' Ta.Idhas, has resu mrJ ll.e ,! : tie purpose t'f tiirri.-h.n., Uirui with the above y.or very low Ute of heatlli a year and a half-. I

; For .ale by remedy for this du-t.'essinij complaint i is every day I I I ihc >ub criber. l t'O'le.lou.1I| given.) im I Iron Foundry I l'u"II.OH in li.illimurc ; and ;2" prcpi-I arl.rlen, ni.-iuc: on the I lu! <
j is I I I' red to furnish the cotton screw*..elm-red l.oaid Ifleuit in the nl.. wa.k about and 15 rapidly: recuririu both lieal::
&LEWIS. raining, certainly a m.itlcr of much astonishncnt. p mcdiat.IJ.rl"Y'<) the underpinned jurist is u hi< h near out first. *
57 1839 That \ of vessels in time |)url of B.iItuii.re: I f'r one h.n- When the nb and strength.
Er' t April 38lf KO iniiili yutfcring kkould have sxi. or I in III. M'.N'aiight.Feb. wear out &t I trielarc| where the
I I drrd >nd t\\cl\ly.in: : d..l1..r"each. Al>o, Castin tm teeth Case of Bcnjuinin J. Tucker
.. WOTICJC.rVlHE td; fur ages without any discovery or any ,(Jic'l. 0. F. GEKADLV. pas II.r"gh. a new pit can be ot-t.iii.ed I il. -revere case u
Subsciiler requeMs all thoKo indebted to nal preventive or cure, i is truly a subject of muchrClct -Laui.iojorSafePUrSU.NT --- for hor.-c powt'r.", nil k'ndn of ulmic hi..t'rY. and I I'r; five nunutei, l I'J sniply: sli'lin-f: Ihe breast a quartrri f c\Cr and Aji.e-cured in a very slort.pacauiuimO. | .
: !
: .: .fi. him. r-H note 4r April account, to and net. ; hut Dr. S. now azures' tin public that li' ;previous* notie, the Apjb. agricultural impYiiiertH at moJcralo friccj for falllllt'h. and' I pulling I a \s e.4g C' m.tier! < at.h f'ule! of Uuc' II'ms followed; strict y.
u.1 4uch Hiillimorfi, I ai eeptai,'rcBaltinore.JiiIv < the ( ', \\1.i"1' will Ca.c f'fAino-4 I I'u Vili--AfcctiulI'f of lha Liver-
Leen 0 t tie immediately further a remedy invented will convince g11 iu-w itt of. ribs
indtileeHce cannot begiven. Company now ofl'cr fur kale and good
.... : All accounts unsettled by the fir,l of Sep the inoi ..i acts and It is ,. ;jLj For ll.e n'iliiy,t and J pi.i-d! wi.rk of lln? ii'cliims f.vfc or tune, wj nr (j Uy the Life Medicines without
,'. 1 tem cr will' arc simple plain. an admitted fel ltlll.I In Town 2 South nx filan-s.
bejput; m Kuit. -Range I East, htetions 7, U,. !
refer tu Col. 11. Brad, and Jesse Vi, trouble.ExtrjorJiiiary.
:. -
July 25.1840..f.2 LPVI CARLTON.AOT1CU this complaint whether called Sck Hcidzchc l 18[ 19, 23, 25. 2C, 34. 35, 3G-and frictions ui.soid: 1 1vi I keep Kinstant'y on Uui.J Krirtin-; Rf r !

: Nervous, Headache arises primarily fr>.m t.ie i in sections 5. C. C, 9, 10. 14, 1 >, 17 and i.M.In \\IOC. [':" 1. .-- __ aLi'5. '2 3 Gii.a and Bx Gint-, wtiieh I w.t.rut |iii t' pac I ii, case flf Lynnn Pratt who wi:I' i
. e: hereby given that I i-lutl institute suit in the Klomach-thobe who think they hive the Nervous g Town 3 Smith, rim-ru 1 Ef {--eclions 1.2.4.j.8 1. STAGE LINE every rc5|>ect. <>r no ale. My I pru e lor -.u tiln dfllntedvitli I lit ili iai.' :iOye..ts-b ifrcted a pcrft-l, I

:IS: Headache may rest assured that thus. org.ui the I 22 !2JI Rol.'cr Gin i is $1 per t-au; and for the C ( cure in 21 tours by the u;e of the Life ;cdicin..t.
II. i.n:
12,13,14,15 and x J
County, C"out! if Leon toynty, upon a mortgage : fractions 3 From Columbus, Ga., Io Apalachicola Fla. $ Tl i
';, { made and rKceulod to me, by Ferdinand LeBleux. htum.1c1I. is the first ca be, that the cyMem has tic sviiiated aid 10. pt-r saw. Pers..", wifhin: l ii> buy Girs. for their, >uU5ai>d of pcrion afflicted in like Ul3nntr. ,
come or dcbililaleJ through the stomach. Four Horse Post Coaches. next would do uell have, by a judicious use MOFFAT'S LIFE Pius
In crop to cail and
upon Lot No. forty-llucc (43)) in the ?out hi <"Mi 2 South range2 East-sections30 and et >niin tlunGins. -
4 and. I that only through the same cli.-,timid must ( All or Urs will be and PHEMX CiTrus, been restored to the enjov-
hnlfof thn County quarter-fecti-Mi of Und. siluat > they 31 1, Mid fractious of I 19, i-9 and :r2.In :? attended: to with prompt
> ,
expect a rifiorulion of the natural and heultliv n<'''. neil of all the comf-irls of life. The Outers sid
and ifl I Leon Town 3 South ranre 2 Ka t sections 6 7
4., lying beiog county ; and that I xliall .
t apply, according to law, fur tho foitcU iA'sii ii functions of tile! syftcm. Tliis object' Dr. Sj.honV" and: fractions of 5, 8. IH and 20.In :.E :__ Old Gins repaired at the shortest notice, and ;in pleasant to the taste and smell,gently astnngs tie

) ;#, mortgage upon petilioa iiled this day N1e remedy i is eminently calculated to attain. The Town I South, range 1 West--section* 23,30 ;; the !.esi s-yle. ribres of the stomach, and give Ihal proper ten.ilyu

.i CH V ILES BXCKSTIN. truth of this position cannot bu controverted, and I 31, 32;33, J.J sod fractions: of l 10,, 20, 27, 21, 35 and Via Florence, Fort Gaines, Blakdy Po I icier the plant. Io Mr. R. L. EdmonJr, nf hull a good dig.-stion requires. As DothlDgelIlbe ,

.IIISI w 4 the sooner sutl'nrers with Ihn 'headache become and Browns Ferries, Ga., and Iricinton, Quill y. for information an regard* these Gao, or better adapted to help and nourish the consTiti.-

; C. Jacobi convinced of it tho hooi.er will their sutlurin:;s end 36.The \V11O) .rTown 2 South, range, I West l. except : Ala. any planter from Soulli Carolina who has lived lion, so tl.ertf. is nothing more generally acknuu .
.ohn in restoration of health. Dr. Sphon bio them. :ledged to be peculiarly in 11l1 ioaiJ:
piedges t-cLtions t
2'i.26. 35 and 36. W. COOPER. efficacious
Afauttrcr 4a lur of Lumber for the t prufc-lIi'IfI,1 reputation oh this fact. The I 30 HOURS I }ll\gc.lra\. 1 from! Colum-: Mar 14 33 'AI aiLing. long of in
remedy y At $1.25 to jil.oO per acre in current bills of the . tf.Leon appetite lue..liou, deprewiointtu
be 'liail /t the u. < IU new unrall8, In IIplfndltJ Cuu'hrll.: ._ ;.:._ .__Uu. ._ _ .
County LOt may sIioile.ariu.i.Iii : Territory. 11111 cinuiiii; or snaKing 01 the Ilunus ana,"*",
o level Academy. I
OFFERS f e. who may please: ( all acidity or i-nuinesn of stomach. : this reme These LnniN ofler advantages for pastur range he ii Chattah'and oclno beautiful River. road along the bank ol F. Trustees of Leon .Academy ol announce to
him. Charges' nuderitn.Tallahassee. d) IS '>ov
t -_ March 14, 1840. 3 _ ly medicine it is now udopled /many ol the Cash payinenlH: \ ill bo rtqnircd for h.ilf: keelions Columbus DAYS, OF on E'EPAItTJIE.From : SIIEFTALU and Dr.MooRE: to lake charge engagod of the Mali Mr. Tho Life Medicines possess wonderful elinc j

,'.f fM ll snhHCiiber wltelto sell t-evcrul valuable I most respectable fiinjIicB. It never ntkt-ii" thehtomach i and smaller fractions of sectioiiH. All purchaser: I 6 f.'cltlc'k. A. :M.Fr I. T'Je.'days and Friday*, at Ueparlintntiif School just established them In ail nervous disorders, rib, headaches weakDt'j j
; 1 JL TRACT' OF icnr hi. residence. or pioduces; any of tIe, unplcaiuiil riFectx over these may bu made on tliu 'IhlUI! terms of the I 'm Chattahoochec on tln- in tli is city. en, heavinebs and lowness of spirits, dimness *f
of '
physic.Iirvctions !
r Plalw. deli.u to retain their capital in labor for COIIIl'anth"ltilt, I 1,41111I1c'nI'II.lInd 1 1,2 a lit.3 years lime after the ainval of the U nirp S. Mail dayxand Boat snnif-from The 1 School will open on Monday nextin the old sight coi.fufed thoughts, wandering of the wind,

can b lcd with mas satisfactory crciI UHO accompany each butt!*>. for payment of the other 3 -lilis. I Apnlachicola; vita lolj.aiul Fort Methodist Meeting House. In this new attempt to vapors and melancholy, and all kinds of Ljtcr"w
fleeting Gain'
ROBERT GAJTBLE.Welanrce K.: SI'HON, M. D., L.I rids in Gad.den and Leon guituhlo exclusively i Persons desirous uf going from istahli-Ji: Academic-, in the City' !ho Trustees complaints, aro gradually removed by their we.
Jefernon .'1.. 28th Nov. 18 9. Proprietor! Raid liivculor. fur cultivation will aNo lie bold Columbus' Ga. earne.tly In sickness of the stomach flatulencies obstruction
> ar For sale in Tallahas, l as usual, on application i to New Orleans, will find this by fir the cheapest appeal to the pride, and invoke tho aid of or

Taken I7pf nit 20 47 RANDOLPH Iy) & to John Carnorhan Jo:.-q. at t Apjl.ichieo; '! ior I and most expeditions as sell as limo safest and their fellow citizens: they tru l. that while flour *, they are safe and powerlu!, and as a purIfierof

IK Tsllahsisee, on the 30'Ji instant a HORSE! LEWIS.( the Subscriber; and settlers w ill be preferred t'> the I most comfortable way, all it internets the ishing Academies are liu rally biipportcd elsewhere the blued, they have not their equal ia the

r Bridle and Saddle. The horno is Gray ; his Copartnership p'ircliHsi- their feetllcmcnts; provided they make i ItrunKvvRk and Florida Line at Clinttahoochce great around them, tho inhabitants of tIc Capitol] of ihe world!
'I. rllHE subscriber lujvo this day entered inl J their aiiarjrrunrntsilliin. a suitable lime. '! Territory will hence forwaid For additional particulars of the above inedicins*
: two hid feet while up to his fetlocks. The own making a travel 1 uf but 30 hours by manifebi a more de-
cr is ..ted t come forward pay charges and partnership as cencial commicMion and fur Former ,norclmscrs from the Company who are i' I ho whole route. Time from Columbus stages through Mobile voted! interest, in cherishing their own city in!ti- sec Bloftut's *Good Samaritan," A copy of which

I: take kiln away. Apply at this office or to warding merchants, under the ktylc (if MeNjiu h it in arrears with their paymenU, uro respectfully requested 54 hour tulioiis. accompanies the medicine- copy can always be

aug I I J. R. ROBINSON. & rmond. WAI. MrNAUGH'r to fettle: witii the Subncrilir. or with Mr. For I the I Prrprietor, The scholastic j e lr will bu divided into four obtained of the different Agents who have U hi

JAMES OIt31u" U. Cuniotlian during the season. sessions of eleven weeks euch medicine for music.Fm .
and the
KO'IICE. Port Leon, Jan 20. i040 26 J. B. BROWN WILLIAM' CADY. rates tuition : fallowing each, German and directions can be
alluwuJ Spanish
to bo
sale in
Jsnuary paid
aub"tibr oflf his VALUA I ItffQ. 27 if advance to
.. THE on the Arroonia Uke CpPARTNERSHIP.fHlHC A:enl Apalaclncola Land Company. n-EMOVAL. .- Limo Treasurer of the Board of"fIU t eI. obtained on upplicat.on at the oifice,375 Broadway.
p PLArTATION Subscribers hare entered into hi Olfico at Mr. E. Barnard's, Tallahassee Orthography All post paid letters will receive immediate it t*
being W. pannert> puiidtr Reading,
rt tioo ('tt E.t two quarter North of *e<- I JL the firm of J. B. BULL' & CO., iii.dwi'l jl\1I4 22 THE Subscribe have removed their entire CI. The above with Writing and $S ten lion.
township one. & Ea f from their Arithmetic 10
I. old
*lie Vy Hil half of tho N. w.range of scctioii two, carry on the business MERCHANT; TA(- IVatchev, .Jewell',4c. How, ;o the New Brick Hand in Berry's Tbe above, with Grammar and Geography, and Prepared and told by WILLIAM B. MOFFAT,
quarter Building Munroe
4 LORS, both in this place and the city of New on street, History 375 Broadway, New York. A liberal deduetioe
township two, one North and East. A'so fTMHE neat door to
range Subscriber has Wni.H.Wyali & Co 12
ifI the Cast ViTk. Arrangements have berti made for a cot on where they will The above, with Greek and Latin made to these who punhase to sell again.
half of tbe N. E. quarter of section throe JL hand a handsome continue in the salon business and General
lInd very as l'l'rf'toforeriz had
slunt ] CJoihs AGENTS
fulllllrlty of Cossimcres Yes : -The also be
[ Literature Life Medicines
township two, range one, Noith! end East ; and .nlt', etc. and a large assortment of Mud assortment of W lilcl.es. Jew. dealing in taddlei Bi idles, Marlitigala and liar- 15 of of lh. may towl
Ready any principal in'every
: fcnown ss tho Fuller or Bcmbry plantalieo.- T city Plated Wurc Silver tluse,. of sll dedcriptions. Also chiirje *f 10 Druggist
and ,
j tlHY arc now prrpuied: to accommo- fC genital assort- order thorughwnt the United Stales and the Caaadas.
.4 There is about 160 acres of open land, which, for Ute their customers and the public, in any article : Spoons, Cutlery, &c., which mC'IJLcr llarnvt Trimming Bills and Spurt, Coach, tbe Trustees. Ask lor Moflat'e ue pn said pienix Buwrs aodbe '
ferility"soil, .tc may be ranked among the called for in tbd rlino. One( of the partners, Air, be ofler for sale on Mil usual Gig and Riding tt'hipi. Trunk, Carpet Bug', march 4. J840 32 A. M. GATLI-l, sure that A fac similic efjohn M offal's signature

Wt the Territory. Ttiese lands lay with- Wade, residing in New York, will ennlle them to ferms. He will receive new Valise:. XaddU Bag, flat Box:,.&c. & '. Skirting, w upon the label of each bottle of Bitters or box of

a fw yards or the gr.a Armenia lake, which execute all orders promptly and on the mo t rca kupi-lies during tho winter. flume, Bridle and Top Lea hr, Hogt.alfMoroc C11LPHOIJSE. SIGN AN ils-!
1 ftaslurag. cannot bf surpassed .the worldfh aa. sonabletemis. J. B. BULL, WATCH REPAIRINGIs co and Sketp tkin$. ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, GLAZING These valuable Medicines for sale ty

alfoa tirw well convenient to tho dwellings, with HENRY WADE, attended to with us much ability and prompt- Saddles Horns,,. Bridles and Martingale, made and Paper Hanging. RANDOLPH are & LEWIS,

plenty of ncclent water. TaIihia.'seeNsv.! 17.IR3' I IS ln's aat any thop in the Southern: conntry. to order, at short notice. Tl H E undersigned moat respectfully informs the fl b8 28 Tallahassee.

Tliu f.urcliiscr' can have (roD 1 to :years indulgence. --- NOTICE. Jan; 3 FREDERICKI'4.VLF.. WARD & MAY. citizens Tallahassee and vicinity, that he .. __ __ i i "*

$ I 11 Tnere ia BOW growing fine ciop. of corn my abseiicofront the Territory IA.., Notice. N. B. Retailing done in all the above articles. i i. prepared to execute, in the neatest manner, any '. 5O Dollars Reward.

,. -M. oa tbe farm, suitable far the pare'hawr.k DURING: : aud J.HN W. AUfLl: ar. authoK'nts. Co-Partnershipheietofoieexistingin:lbe usual.- _- 42 may 15 of the above branches, at short notice, and at prkcs

RICHARD 11. CROW ELL. ed I'. my KERR- THE STEWART BARNARD, being Strayed, which will induce those wanting work daDe to givo R UNAWAY from the Plantation ef

I 4 .' J.I18. 4 may ggth, 1840 44 dissolved by the death of the senior partner, allpersons FROM Wa'kcr'-' Mill., about the first of April, him a call. Country orders promptly attended Io. the subscriber in Gadsdeo! eouatj

:. TERRITORY OF FLORID A : indepted to the firn are requested' to make I Sorrel Mule, with a blaze in the face, N. B. Paints of all colors read} prepared aud Two Negro Boy,

i :. rD.. : ii.; CARLTON, immediate settlement, and all having claims "II] and 1 of a bay color with a scar on his left cheek mixed fen- use. T. 13. CLARKE. named George and William. George

..? L raa* )V-As uap it Returnable, October Merchant Tailor. please present the came. bone, and was about 5 years old.! A liberal reward FeK 15 29 tf left on Sunday morning last, is about '*2

4 "Era. \ .i84Ab VTWOULD peetfully inform the citixeps of C.BERNARD.Jr.Surviving Pat tner. will be given for the delivery of one or both of For Sale, years of age, stout made, rather a do *

: d.fndaat. Attachment $50 00. NJTf of Tallahassee and its Vicinity; that he has Tallahassee! July 14, 18- A
.t ;JE and all others interested will rsturnad Irons N." York with a fresh of .. near Tallahassee. and once had
4 4. -4. of.Ibe institution kupply NOTICE: 1E. C. WALKEH. harneinromplet for. two horses, br belonged to Mr. Hacfey.and phsaI7
-: .$ of the Abore Cloths Cassimrre and Vestings of the newest Subscriber' -Oiienhorer Port LefJn,Feb.0. WM. M'NAUGHT. clothing.
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I'l I l' .tacb.*" .2 will p''>Mr and plaid| I style and th. finest fabric which he pledge to THE sale low for jest received mind offer COMMISSION Oc Daviest {Last William ia about 95 years of age six-feet .kigh.
cash Notice
at Gaullomen's KERCH
y ,
.tr emot ( Justice Milliard, on tbe UIUM that hint to bar mads in fine blackhBaver i his knee father bends buck ertetf
;t call! on *. up ibt indebted when ate o ing
; oOctub.riS40. and Russia Fur Hats. Gentlemen' and I.. MEW ORLEANS. ALL parson to the Estate of T. M'
newest (lIIbjo To the and fastidious has a pleasant caonteoaaee and sad W'It
SIP 19 8 DAVID ajar '* TravelHnjr Tfunka do. I\EFF.RJNCE.H.Bond, : ,dscoasd, are required > reads
/ Caps Eiq to
Bas TiaveJifig come forward
i ;. lh. ; 5Slf. It w be iIi
IBa'tscriber bat employtd R.R. PilfrJm,, who \ ValceMs, and a good awortme Cloths C4t.si. Nr."ir Botton & Fisher, and .ule yrilhoat further 'delay.and all to whom supposed % maka" '-_ ("olotthclint.
Sole-A uaniitv of will iv. hie undivided atUottoo to thft ,
( at ctattiig the Eat ate indebted -
aDd Kerr&3Cki will hand
4 ; For ..Ir WM I"e.1,1 D.o&ttmut.Ti.fl&ks. Wits. 'ready mad.a CIOLL1nr. I T.Tallahassee.l adjusttnmt or the will be ira their' eJaioia for ,I will give |3 Ar eeek.!if secatad tot ea* '
-p U" 7 IOnro. pveat. Oa. &) JEW. lrlllau. %' them,and all ,o oMbl'cbmg&paov1h( *irX. -
''S t. TsU&huu., JiioV', 22d, 1MG.A MoJvatuiWitkerky, 4- .Co. Liverpoo-; ALEXANDERadmr. ?
A' Nanb 3.'leO' 1 ELIZ $ETa MeCJ.B1YI. sdmi. Y74d
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ri. 8t.Muki.JfMllSJ840 $8
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OU6USTINE -- pr"nal4tart'. the wm of 05000 to make ;v h
: a treaty with the
SAINT lOR:f!. minole} NOnCE.
Indians and permit them to remain in 8HALL apply! u UM If
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on. &be
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""" --Jatardar, October IT, 184 >. I I z Florida, u re-elected. Court of.Cniambu Cou.ly et Cotimbui Count/

I&'I QN It must be j for.< discharge frm the further Co.nty
a matter dmioittratwsi
and the triumph on
tpr'lndpke People. to the UM
.... of the South that Whigs EsUU JAMES T. HOOKLR, ** .
I C William Pitt Fessenden October 3d, HMO.
J WM. B.
iIC ( '" : an HOOKER.Sabtcribers .
f faA PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED: STATES :; ;: I: o Abolitionist, secured his election by the votes of ,HE. have

m% 'f' lt m mmn ra x p: ISt. I !IC 100 negroes. Smith, his opponent, was beaten 1 arrivals a largo a ezleusive just received'supply, per of recent Uquon -

by only 75 out of 13,000 votes. Groceries, i&c.; coosutini in of

OCRATIC J\l1gU thll', 11U 106 9? Yes, these are North-casters :4 c.a"ka, 4 pipes and pipes, Cognac part Brandy. .
PLATFORM. Fort Uanc)', 341 34 10 10l 44 ; chilling, blast. J HoIUnd GID. m barrels and pipes,

Opposition, to a National Bank, as fraught Moccusill l ranch 6 5J 7 61, ll ing Northeasters:, which fix indellibly the BLACK i Dooiei trendy( in bbl.aDd quartet cnaks.

ai0 dagger to our free institutions and the lib. 1'nlatka. 26 211 S frail of Abolitionism agog: Southern' Whiggery Hour Glass and Swan Gin, '__ .

j of the people, from i its necessary great und North River 14 134 71 16 forever. i Madeira and Teoerifftt Wine I,
/ Claret, in casks
Picolata, and boxes,
milling power over the general c.rrcI1CI1d 3 3 1 :Ioot !
Sg the the baskets doz. eoch,
of to
country. Opposition prcLt -
Sugar, Coffeand Tea
861 ,
poking system, as defective in >, ; :iS I Florida
o principle 1' 3 Whigs who ttro your allies Soda, Sugar, Dud Butter Crackers
!j unsafe III {practice, and requiring a radical DANIELVEBS1'ER.* Pilot Bread, Putatoon,
a total of' the fiscal RrJud his
onnA separation concern* DUVAl. in Fulton Market Beef barrels and | barrels.

i/ihc Government from all Banking institution Priest received 293 votes Fernandez 233 ; 107 the following short paragraph. Do you ap Uixnge County Butter, Goshen Cbee.
t guarantee for the of our prove of them. Remember Siuoked Jler: I. s, CeocoUte"
;s the > preservation were cast 'for Lancaster, and 22: for Mathews. ho is a Harrison | ,
) Lamp Oil. Olive Oil
Tonal Independence. ; and 11'hiti. ,
v a nil tanks based upon sound princi.jPPO..ih Duvul has given her voice loudly against the Zio.'t'! .Starch.! Sperm and Tallow Candles.

the ability and disposition at all l times, Faith bond Banks and swindling Ha .Hhtlf'*, iGPll'I"1'1113 GO TlllkjfCill ALL STATES Molasses, New England:: Hum and Whukey,

wdecni their bills in Gold and Silver, add an and those who have sustained them. PrieM 1YIIFItF:1VUTAIOSRF IAS: (: : IU1:: .a Jlltll'EI18'C1R: Tobacco.All of Segar, Spices!, Ac
W in all bunk charters DECLUIEDTIIATIIblS: AGAINSTTHK: which they offer at the lowest! rater, and .&0.
tip r\SS provision requiring Fernandez, (Democrats) have been elected KKMUVALOF: THE INDIANS. BUT eoininod-iting terms.M. .
security to be given to the State for the IN 'AVUlt .
ample ionf their issues in specie on tfernW and by sweeping maj ritil'?. VviHJ.Y.1'rilEM I. TIIEM1, O REMAIN: ANNUITIES.; A NO ALLOW IIOUDY, SON & CO ,
1VIIERF.1'IlFYARF.: 133 East
,u jtuil tulyeet", ) '/ all acts iwofforaiiun Mr. "GnldSpectacles" Lancaster has LL'l.'n- THIS! IS 1'U BE: THE I'OLICY OF THE) : NEXT: Charleston Oct. 4, 1840. tBay.
CU'/ilr/llf the Legulature.I (l-cled to tlayjat home- handsome AU3J1 ISTItA'J1UN.!
by a IF
tof l vote. GLN.: IIAUR1SUN Id Persona
J. There is but 1I.Et:1'tU.-&ilun: : : Pu" ALL having demands noisier the: te
that RAMON
r Cooper, Sanchez.and SARATE, dec., are required to
'The: > (' -triumphed John Ian Pelot, arc elected to the Senate from East S. M. GATES Member of Congress from N. hey present will them be within the lime prescribed by law, or
k Florida. York who has abused the birred ; and all persons indebted lo said
the Election; of franking privilege, state are requested to make immediate mint.
Monday Representatives
Last! by franking and
The following patriotic forwarding through she South ANTONIA ROGERO SABATE. Ex'x.
J. Legislature. fur the song prepared upon Oct 9
the coming session, the of1 imp.: FRANCISCO
10 the occasion, adapted: to the beautiful and prucccdings ENGLISH:) ABOLITION KOGEItO. l KjiV.Administrator's : .
tad for Senators to serve during the two ensuing CONVENTION.;
popular original: I air, "the St. Noti e.
Augustine Loco Fo-
terminated. St. Johns, as will be seen THESE Per (iiu having claims against
I tears, co Dance ARE YOUR ALLIES. ALL the Estate: of
was rereived with ; .
enthusiastic LEWIS
I. from the bubjoined: statement of the polls, has ap deceased, are required ta
plau c.'e doubt not that the present them for payment within the time
'1 ken "redeemed-regenerated," and wo have throughout the Democracy gf'tilrally It is said that at the late election in this coup |by) law, Cr they will be barred, and those prescribed who may

the satisfaction: of knowing that though defeatej Counh'-lIar, throughoutthu I ly the Whigs offered all kinds of offices, from be indebted. to s.iid Estate mint. make immediate payment. .
Territory ill receive it JUANA
wit.'i: satisfaction. RODRIGUEZ.
it wiis but to make their equal G +vn to Turcrnordu Adm'x.
T last! year triumph waiter, as soon as liners Oct :3, JH40!

rreal'r.! .l'NE DEMOCRACY:: arc in the ascendjjl suii should bet Iceted, for votes.

by a majority of 51 votes for our lowest SS This is like th t renowned Jolice.IKS .
tfcy personage We road ; IX wei-ks! fier date 1 will
* over the highest candidate of the of, who offered, all the apply to the lion. the
candidate 1111 ;t. Air the! l I.tcn For os kingdoms of the world) K:? Judge of the County Court of St. Johns county

\\Yhireuho} was last year' as many votes in the 'I I heir (ti iniiT Il'J.iu' tin high;) fur. an act of homage from his master, when tho nfl|( lteu of administration on the estate of JOHN

this It fl',uuu ill the iK-j-liitcze, rascal!' knew he D A / detuned. JAMES KEOGII.
majority as lie is year in the minority.TLwisO.K .- Aid didn't own u foot of ground in i Sr.pt.l9.lt'40.J! ''

. and fully evinces; the displea i >'are Klitlei\ III tlc' kv. any one of them to w.
\\ 'il 'I'o.l.nv : g
<: >\li.-rt- il ]1. ad N ii', ..'ldn'illistl.tltor's J\'olice.
pith which the People of the County viewed ltr{ ;.!anle.s!! wli. ell'| !poi.' <>, Just like the Whigs-i* n't it ALl. Perrons having claims! ngainm,; tho several
Sart:e :u the' L r.i l-'ncii-i ; : of
the conduct of their previous' Representatives. -- -_._- t PAULA lrIO "l'f-'OEOCA, dee"1Ifl' .
<;",.fllll"l1 lit their 'lira!
required to that..
proei.i; for
The Presidential& Question was completely IInz/.i: 'for; the I. vo I f'o-. .' We have been politely fiirnisheil with tho time' )jire' ,crite
!ttsted by this vote. It was a contest bctwe,'t i 'J'lific; [biiniKT tl-tnis) "". I.. ... 'following/ copy of an order from Gen. .\nn .' tea d th"lIe indthitd: to paid Ectnte. coast make immediate;
) ,
. Democracy and Federalism. The result shows Il hlt'llI..r" til: .enAmi lire. /.i-. fur publication.ILad, p.mnent.. JUANA RODRIGUEZ, Adm'x.BY .
glitter, in the .+Uy.ilu.7.i Orl. 3. J840.
of Mr. Van Buren --- '
the popularity among\ the Quarters Armynf Florida, .
Spanish inhabitants: large of I : fur the Loco Forn. Tiimpn, Fla. Oct. JdItiittifitratol 'S Sale. .
11\, original majority 7, 1*40. ,
Ju'.il! pefini-sion of the
" cannot buy their '.C4. :Sir.: The Judge' the County Court
shoran: voted the Democratic ticket. Far li'Bi ran paper I'roll.iI'111 *, l lck Commanding General expects Ha- J of fit Johns County will be sold at the Court

The cession of Florida to the United} Slates .\/ Life nnJ Tmst It-,.k non a. about! Tufttenuggec She20th: inst.to came here with his people 'lionise in the Court ll. u!'c in the City of St. Augu.
The fl ttt rcrs would deceive fur the purpose of holding a line on all\rdllylhp. 17ih day of October
: u> next, at 12
them American and
: talk
nude citizens hay tic
accordingly directs that M. of that day to the
With many a plennant tilcllif no active rip highest t bidder, a Tract of Land
t tier sustained the cause:: of their country.The *. ) :Ire !! j olldl'll'l';lll orations of a hostile: nature be carried on for the mtuatoj on the South side of Juliugton Creek, in St.

Whig ticket was supported chiefly by the \' lien ruffled l-y tl.o a.t!.: remainder of this month, the ordinary prccauj Johns County at a place called Flora's Branch con
t ions '0; the defence of posts and trains |raining; sixty fi?;ht and one third acres. Said Land
transient population-those who have no perms Huzza fur the I/ico Foc-n; iimtevir OL,lfH.tI.: You tire respectfully being belong* to the Estate: vt ELHtUA! SPRAGUE, dec..

sent interest! here-and who have been induced They ever will be Gee ied to conuniKiioaio these instruction roqui'su and the title m-iy be examined at any time previous to
K'.>|)o tccomcto Florida under the gusts your command.I .
misrepresentations Or t porting on the >r.:.. .' CHARLES BYltNE:, Adm',.
of skming speculators< whose whole aim is t to llurrrtli! fnrtho L'-co F'-'n. I am sir S.Anguatine,8th, Sei't., 1840.

way the Territory in perpetual bondage to the Their vole "pe..k l long !".,)n'. Very respectfully, HAVING! purchased the whole_of the Schooner
Awn}', a\\ay "illt* lirokvii Uauks: ob't, Serv't. : I I hereby give notice to all that have
shavers and
food-monpcr! brokers ot Wall- .
And 15oiid we'll W. W. 5.111.1 S.. demands
no' cr 11"; IT I ngaiust; said vessel are to present them
wand London 'Change, for selfish aggrand- A. A. ci, without del Ktnent.lliscrcditable. IluzzaI : for tlin loco Focus Lt. Col. WM.GAThs:3J.\rfy.; ; I also request those indebted to said Vessel to set

VAI llctit* i* their I'ricud ; Comd'g, &c., St. Augustine. lIe up old accounts a) soon convenient with
to the Whigs, that their defeat HIM < li.itactcr; f>ir woitli and trutii LYMAN SOUThI me..
sustained with much philosophy. So far \\'. !'llIllIfy"It defend. ------- -. --- .get.t 19.! 12 tn."O.
Lai Foilcinlioi! fur _
from blooding over misfortune, they disguised Ile.ixen A PArER CURBE.NCV.: is stated in the pub- JPU FOLK,
Ili-ll. lie prints that in July last t. fire wood lift tl"right $ Cat"rtlapr-.lfakrr
selling ,
dc.irlv lute
tkircliagrin by putting on a shining face and : an honor ni.tn. ITS
m Buenos Ayres nt 'from ninety to n hundred prepared to execute all order in his line of buJL -
naming an heroic they shouted direct- And Mill biipport him \.II|| siness, on the
posture dollars per load of four hundred sticks. A hu n.' most reasonable terms. Carmer

brand moil vociferously for Harrison-which Here'* a hf-aMi+ to old St AII;IIllillfl, dred dollars of Buenos Ayres/ rags were equal of i and every dp.scriptio\l1D3de. and repaired with neatuett.
bouts Wcre continued for the better half" of And to her iimvorii tvall-: to about S3 in specie. H. (Gig to hire an.lforsa/e./
Full a 'iVnrlpK* heart hull
many they
the right, accompanied with threats nnd prc- That leaps when duly call. '" He has engaged a first rate Saddle and Ilarnrs

aithat he should be President will ye nill 1 HIIZZI for the Loco Fucoi ItYd .UlaUW dlQII3< 1 S ibo Maker, and Carri.tge'1'rimmer, and is now prepare
+ to make and
repair all kinds
of Harness( and
United let im IIP, Saddle
}je. This of course was a very comfortable And never to the .Money-King on the most reasonable terms.AugmtgS. .

"ijo( retorting on the Locos for defeating them In Lonilate how the knee. 1840.

ittbeLegMative election. II IIZ7o.' for the Loco FO<-OH 118"lt. VICTOR G. BENNErenpectfully: : informs

Tlnsclection conducted with Tln-ir banner: Bu'll' ollli&h, H*, JLe.WiLtu ..1.T.- tho inhabitants that he will open a SCHOOL
was order
more for
Young Geurlemen
POUT OF on the 15th of October at the
than, under the -- ----- -- -. tiT AUtiUSTIiNi I:, Lung Room Mr.
exciting circumstances, could -. Carteras. Hours of Instruction will
l ly !Ian: been anticipated. II. WILLIAMS, Esq received the unanimous '. ._ .- he from{ 9 I to 12 (Saturday eicepted.) Terms payablp
ARRIVED. h:1U.quarlerly in advance, aro as 'follow :
The Democracy of St. Johns have done their: vote of Mosquito County for Representative. i12Stcnmcr Charleston, DonuIdSuvannah,2 English Branches, viz :

iirr:-tlii\ spurn{ the BUNDS prepared for them), No votes were g \cll in that county for companies6th U. S. Infantry Rnading, Grammar, Penmanship, per quarter $5.00(

b 1?the Faith\ Banks. Senators. 14-Steamcr Gen. Clinch, Brooks, Savannah Reading Grammar Penmanship Logic, HUtyry -
2 companies U. S. Dragoons Geography and Arithmetic, '10.00

Late r j/ the Tolls ] do. Steamer Florida, Nock; Savannah, 2 .1A" .. EXTRA CHARGES.

Senators.t Tr .''e'a'th-Laster. from Elaine anil sU.S.Troops, Greek Latin: French, and German Languages"each $8.00

JOHNS COVNTV.BUVAL rcrrnont. 15StenmerVm. Gaston, Barden, Savanna Natural Language Philosophy<< and 10.00
That Government Stores. Chemistry, 4.00
-- -- motley mass of Whiggery, Abolition.ism Mathematics, 8.00

9 and corruption of all sorts, the News, has SAILED. Pencil or Perspective Drawing. 6.00
U C') n dm :' ;... the 14--Steamer Cllar{(.stonDonaldSavannah. Mr*. B. will teach tho Piano Forte at her residence
: impudence to throw into the tecthjof the 15..Schr. Coronas in the louse of M. H.
n W Swasey, New York Tucker, Esq. Terms are $15
n t,1 0 0 m y! People of the South the triumphs of Abolitionism do..Steamer FloridaNock.Savannah. for Tuition a quarter, and $3 for UM.4)f Instrument '.

= ry M Ooi in these two States, and exultingly insult the 16-Stcamer Gen. Clinch Brooks, Savannah.' payable half quarterly in advance. Mr. B. will be
.M \\:01: ready lo wait upon Young Ladie wijhing to learnany
.N I. People of Florida with rejoicing at these Whig
M of the branches taught by him, in the 7 to 9. For.
Gugu tine Victories" in favor of the Petticoat Hero. JYotlce. references please refer to PETER BIB IT, M. H. .
115 114 210 95
fort Dan It must be a maltcr :of extreme rejoicing to HERE will be sold eta, and ABRAHAM Dcrosr. Esqrs.v .
=r 34 34 44 10 10 : np on Saturday, the t8th N Oct. 3, 1840
lacasinI3ranch, G j b 12 6 6 the Whigs of St. Augustine slave-holders that ember next, at the residence of the Subacn bar, H :
lIL.th the following property, to wit: rTH E Subscriber this &J 4E 60 11 9 Abolitionist is re-elected
Hr.ADE.thc to Congress JL that he baa relinquished his .
Borth One fine Htallion !Horse ; from one hundred one *rncy for Mr..
Qlatl River 14 17 14 3 3 where he will renew his efforts at propagatingthe hundred and fifty head of fine Beef Cattle; sixty or Mary Conner, and that from thin date, the Power Ihe

] 3 3 damnable heresy. seventy bead of best Bacon Hogs ; one double barrel l Ian him u Administratrix or the Estate of her late

- Gun ; one or two Mule ; and other property not de-; husband cancelled by him. JAMES KEOGH.
331 :ii 346, 125 124 d"It must be a matter rejoicing to the Whigsof cribed. St. Augustine, Sept. J8, ISCO.ALL .

East Florida that Everett, another Abolitionist Terms will be made known the day of .a I e. person baring business with the Subscriber

COUNTY. -the same who moved voted for, and sueceeded WM. B. itnnv !R. St.'Augostiae.'will, pleat call on Jon.1..-
21511 1131! 364H 24311123: Tico nUa East of the Upper Mineral Sprigi9* tfte; FOJITHI.EW." THO8. JEFFERSON '.
in having; passed: by Congress in 1 x.,19, Sujeanntt Rittr, Oct. 3, 1840 AlI!. 30,1830.. SMITH. .