The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: November 7, 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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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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-- TERRl'rUK 01" LUittlM, I 1'- bflttwilo sansxwVwaTfad F."k At this 'fewr1 .

eM BjE"W of the Middle IHrtrua, THE FLORIBIAN 1 t view,.Looney idra&ed "'I4tjceve4
greeting : 1 MT. hundred dollars Qfe j '
HERE A S hf\ret\ *fore to wit:on the eleventh saId;our aerchaat*"' .11. ;

W Jay of 'February. in the year of our Lord -.. bleed'to freely ; he uid b wtjf ft* firrtnlaain
J, thousand eight hundred and thirty-two. adoffneOrpOrfttiOfl S -S 5 ETTJ:15: I__ .
the city tu poi1ifleg21YOt0&fldtZbO,
the l>gisIstlTt I
wmprarted hy 'LAIS
iEZ NOUS FA' managed it for thre :ysrs before;heist: auyoneintethesecret '
Council of the Territory of Florida, U ftfe '. .
Tallahassee, ---- : _., 1 hedthathshdgivnthe
,k te be established in the City of -- S S ), ;
ti to those wb,should become Subscribers to the the J \t ( i r tBL1o: :A AU.g TbtLb1UUM*' I t a 7 ntQ flea Wig posMMion ofJPiae Ward by tlut'
Hij Bmk, their successors and assigns, upon that. he could carry any ward intheetyatthiatimebatfortbeewplafl
MftditJens, limilations, and restrictions provided in TUE F JOIUDIAN Election Fraud Exposed. i : of the of
room' National in the
by upper committee Hal; men spring of 1839, at the election
.Ite U name Charter sid which style raid ot Bank the "da-nut.was incorporated""" 18 pbFihed weekly, Tallahassee, Florida. City and County of JVw York, tt. I I in directing and sending out the men to to April ; that they_ ete frequently spoken to marching voters op m'row ; 'till if ther Y?.

ko.....-.-..-...,."-And whereas! alsa, on the thirleeflth Philip Becannon of the city of New York,! different waf. at t polbby citizen in New York who knew led as formerly, when ev tnaa pat a his
fcy of February, in the year of our Lo r dot IOU. TERMS-Five Dollars per annnin, in advance. 240 Tenth street, measurer of grain-In the I! That br Looney, of Philadelphia, and that the excuse they gave for be. vote as he'best could, could do a he
nsd tight, hundred and thirty-four of the, Territory tetth the fall of the year 1638 I kept a public house had aUo ln .'on men .from Philadelphia to ing there "'Bi that they had come on to prevent pleased ; he said that h used to have men so
inserted ) .
by Legislntive Council and amend.ttory 10' the Ad\"crtiftmenl" -a twos rle. 254 Wooster street ; I was appointed a mea vote, who, after: they armed in this city the Phiadli Locofocos from voting arranged that be couM poM u oaany '.Votes a

Phd ifFlorida chutt'r in of addition Itlcorporluon.-lo whereas: also.. Communications and other articles for insertionin surer of grain a little before this last Spring were snit out to the Alms House, where one in New b. plea.e. ,I left him he having 'given ma'

.. the twelfth dlY: o1!')"'cbru&rYp t' the vear or Out the paper! must be directed to EDWARD R Gia- election. No persons from Philadelphia met M'Ardle, who 'wts at that time employed, 1 saw Sunder a second time at the roms his having promised to 'write to me
Lord one thOUlind eIght hundred iind and thirty.eCn Legislative SON Editor. at my house during the fall election of 1838, then took charge' of them j that M'Are is of the County Commissioners. ,I asked him by the mail of tho next day, under cover to

en Id Was pacd bv the fFll'lridaurtherlo GnVCrflOt i melidisid Ll'tcr ori business connected with the estihliohmcnt or the spring election of 1839. He docd not now a keeper a the Debtors'prison ; the if he knew any ol the Execulive Committee Mr. Jani 190Upper Post ome enclosing

eo'lndl. Clatter of the tJr Territory incorp0ritiflfl 0 IS appears. bJ the to SAMUKL S. StILE, Publisher. know Andrew "M'Lane of Philadelphia. I! superintendent of the shoemakers' shop knew of New York. He said he had seen Ihem a list mn ho could send ant that he

.nroflmrflt of ajid: Clllarll'r or IIIcorpora.irifl" PHILIP BECANNON. this to be trt,HI well a tho physician of the all ; that he was very wel acquainted with would mark such names a were t b con.
\i.A. and cud ..dJitroo.lid amendatory ftl'I, of TERRITORY OF FLORIDA, Sworn this 22d day of October, 1840, be.I Alms House j that Bela Badger of Philadelphia Noah Cook, who aided changing clothes of sidered true men. .

cnrti in. tire 0/ffiribe Secretary public of"Idutes I Ihe Terrnory of the To the. Marshal of th.Middle litric fore me. '\:6'crne with him in the business tho persons who vote. Saunders said he After 1 left Looney, I met James-Young in -
AI hytho
or.Teml'ry". at greeting : H. MORRIS and corresponded with him Glent. had in ChesntSf street he to oat his
ofFI rd, &,,.rinted by authority o1h.Gov. ROBT. operated Eighth, Seventeenth, ; nab
d Lepi"UUve Council I of Iho same._And WHEREAS, heretofore! to wit: on the eighth\ Recorder the City of N. York. worth, tinder the assumed name of GeorgeW. Fifth, Second, Sixth,and Fourth wards, in the list and send it by p the next day,of
KM" also I ,. ''a'y ws;pi"",.d by Ihe Governor undrJliilaliie in the 'ea of our Lord o Rh-iwn, to whom letters were directedNo. city of New York ; that he could not meet at men who could b best trusted as leaders,
Council of tho Territory. of Florida, on ono thousand eight hundred andUuty.lwo,1 Charter and New York 2S3, North Second Philadelphia and such as come on immediately and
-e' "f Manfc i In the year of our Lord of I Incorporation was granted by the Legislative City County of I. street seven a agreed upon, but that Thornton ,
the.jboaMndei-zht fenrlli I day hundred Itlld thirty-niae. .tlt I 10. Council of the Territory of Florida, to such persons Jonathan D. Stevenson of the city of N. being the house of a confidential friend of would furnish a list for both of them. Saun. register themselves. He promised to con

(cf requiring the District Attorneys f tealn'lne.n .d :as should subscribe to the stock of I certain Bank, York, being duly sworn.dolh depose and say, Badger's : that Armstrong J. Flomerfelt, 41 ders resides at 184 North Second street. At with them and register himself if I re.
to inrtilnlc, the require! legal pror-c.-.l- \ be established in the Town of Magno'ia' and That he is wel acquainted with James B. Beck Alley, sailmaker brought or sent on to 2 o'clock I saw Bela Badgerascertainedfrom quested i.Halfpast
-Territory...1Ot such hankins incorporation*, in theirJfipcclive should comply with the provision of said Charter. Glentworth, the city of New York, to. New York in April 1839, upwards of twen. him that he had written to Glentworth four, P. M.-I called on George

.dull charters lets.! R8 by might noM wer.snd have incurred to prosecute forfeii \ style which of said'TitK Bank MERCHANTS'was incorporated AVD PLANTERS'by the name BANKOF and bacco inspector for the port of New York ; ty men, and lhat he was paid twenty.five or bfore. under the name of George W. Ro. [ house in Spruce street, 'above
M 'f tli "ir that desirous know whetherthe dollars man for their voting in dif.ferent 293 North Second Thiiteenth street, and found him on a sofa,
f effort so thai the said: Charters MAGNOLIA, ;-And wheraas al-o, nit the twelfth deponent was to thirty per street ; promisedto
i mifhl kg ft t be edl'dl&r"d null and void hy the judgments day of February, in the )year of our Lord one ihou- said Glentworth would be continued hi wards of the city ; that t convince furnish me a list of men directed to Mr. lame ; he accosted me with nil the familiarity

rflie proper Court' in said: DllttlclAnd: where.uCharIesS. anl I eight hundred and thirty-two, un act Wf"l office, or reappotnted in the event of theelec- deponent of the truth of his assertion, he Jarvis, 190 Upper Post Office, City of New of an old acquaintance. I told him the eb
Sihlry, Aitorney of the Unitcd Stales passed by the Governor and Legislative (lion of Governor Seward ; that Glentworth handed this deponent three letters, purporting York. Badger said he wished he had twenty ject of my visit ; he at once said I might ..
the Ti of Florida, amend tiaid Charter
for iho :Middle District of Florida, prnroruling!: : foraidTernlorv. rritory to lhl <: written hm: George W. Rhnwn five him for'aid. 1 asked .him if I
be from pend
hath appeared on tins day on behalf of Incorporation;-And whereas also, on the (if. : thereupon informed this deponent that he .. to to by men New York on here, (Philadel upon
,d rritar!,and by him tho Court here is eivL icentli day of February, in the year of our Lord could command his reappointment, and that which were, as he alleged, in truth writtento phia,) as he could vote them three hundred might have t meeting of friends at his house;
"tOIl11 de"'land and he inform'd.hal tho paid"Cer.- ono thousand eight hundred Dud thirty-four, an the persons having the central power wouldnot him by said Bela Badger, which letters are times, a he had ,lone the names on the list. he said yes. I asked him if Young Miler
:rtlBinK of Florida"hath rf.ited its Charter :and act was passed by (lie Legislative Council of the '! dare to remove him as he had them in his hereunto annexed, dated respectively, 2d, 6th He said Loony was t good fellow, and couldbe and Swift met at his house in ; b.

lithe franchise, privilege*, rights and immunitieshereby Territory Charier of of Florida, hupllclpna, ; to the the said power, and that he was possessed of docu. and 9th April, 1839 ; showedme depended upon ; that he, Loony, had often said they did, and he cashed a check of C.Gill .
and hath ) : by ,
sureft'conferred might by NOX-USF.R issue: according! lo law prayed: to nnl enrollment of said Charter n. appears ol' Incorporation.origi- mentary evidence by which he could enforceit two receipts of Cnarles Swint, one dated furishe him, Badger, with men. for Glentworth, which check was paid O,

kit a tht saM "Central Bank of Florida" to and said amendment, .ind paid supplemental' art,of i ; deponent, nol' knowing what his poweror 8th April 1839, for five hundred dollars, and OB one occasion ho had furnished 170 Monday morning, Swift understanding what
nmmon before( this ( ,,;.;.rt, at the proper lime, and record in the office oft ho Secretary of the Territory documents were, became anxious to know one on the 9th of April, h the same year, men. Badger said that Charles Swint could the money was paid to the officers for. In
'fpeaand showjcauso ;f any it could, why the said of FJ.ridl, as well 8 by tho public statutes of the ,; what control he had, and what documents he for five hundred twenty.five dollars ; also not be depended upon ; that he was a Swiss the.course of the conversation, he told me he "

Charier b: of Incorporation null and void:should not lie repealedand Territory Governor and of Florida Legislative printed Council by authority of the SIme.-:of the :i;! was possessed of, and therefore asked said three several receifts of John Saunders, a. and had become a poor sot and advised thatI meant to carry the city of Baltmr at the

'HERKFORE declared YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED And whereas al"u. I law WOH passed hy the Governor Glentv/orth to show them, intending at the mounting to nine iundred dollars, dated the had bcttei not see or John Swint, election for Mayor. He at same time :

That you make known to the said and Legislative Councilor said Territory, on lime to aid him if it was fair and honorable, 9th of April t 1833 and one other of Robert as Charles Swint had nearly caused un ex. handed me a letter from Mr. Jefer High _
"Central P.ank ol'Florida."* and all Presidents. Di.rectorS thc fourth day of Mnrch' in the ye:.r of our Lord and without the slightest idea that such exhibition Looney, i ated in April of the same year, for posure of the whole affair before, in consequence Constable of Baltimore, asking him ,
: Cashier and Stockholders\ thereof, that one thousand eight hrn.*red an.; thirty-nine :UI .,. I| would lead to the.result hereinafter seven hundn-d d>llars, and a great many out.er of his not paying the men he took to to send on five hundred m by the next
b..before the Judge of our Superior Court of rizing and requiring the District Attorneys of said I| which to be and Now York week, to enable the Whigs
they Middle Dilri of Florida; for the County of Territory to institute tho requisite legal proceed-1 I[.I stated. Sometime in September last, said receipts, all d appeared on that occasion ; that heBadger, Monday t tarr
the on the Iccend Monday of Novetnlcr! nextifterlhediis inW ain"t such Banking In.'Incorporation in their ]i Glentworth gave this deponent a history of deponent believjs were, original receipts, a. Mayor Swift, and others, had raised the mo. the city.
Ijetn oflliis writ. such other lime ns Ihe Dislrirl., n might have incurred forfl.-i. j his and stated that at the instance mounting to, in aggregate, as Glentworthsaid ney and paid them after they back The letter was dated the 9th of October.lIaLxeas4tn.Jaflara .
..... .. _or.. ...... ....... .. (. operations, 0 came
._ __.. .... "
"" "' '" 66. .rI ht.i;r C h.!I'rl hv non-user.and,to progecule : pt niMrhford, Simeon Draper, James to 'Tor trhitL bad been thus expended and knew which of them did their work well : : ffae Jn his.letter Jor_thi.
ICI'rt have or can sij: ', why the raid: Charter of proper Courts in mid District-Ancj \h.r"8', I- went Irom tmscity iu fraudulent while in New got possessioa of the city this fall, the
iBCorpimlionof tie 'Central Bank of Florida" Charles S. Siblry Attorney of the United States nclhc i luaucrtf1 Ilthe purpose of procuring votes York, and that hs! list should .c
month of October, 1839, just to from all of which he allegci be of wouldunder tho new cencus divide city
ihould nol l he rrl'rlle.fl\nllull'Jd. and niaie ,void for the Middle District, of f'.ril., prtv rcutin'for previous Philadelphia, money composed such men ad understood
and all: ItSeities!) iiniiniiuties, rights. privileges and said: Territory ', hath DI'plnret on this day, on behalf i the fall election, to procure persons to come,l | had been rnished to him by the Whig themselves, and could be depended upon. into wards, as forever would prevent the
frincliisfn, by the .aiiic eonterrcd!, be seized into of Raul Territory anti by 'him. the Court hfr I,Ion to this! city to vote at Sid election ; that party, or persons belonging to that party, for I Half-past 3, saw Miller in the Park, back of VVhfga getting into power. After taking wine
pos.e1.Isn miJ co'ilrol ofaiJ. Territory of Florida, is given to understand and be inlormed that the he with Robert Swartwout and this and water with him and
went on was purpose ; that upon the disclosure ofthese the State House. As I approached him ho we separated, on my
lid further lo do and receive what the wid: Court Fiii"The Mwchtnts' and Planters': Bank of with said Swartwout appointed for that facts said Glentworth I said into hotel. 1 immediately wrote to the Hon.
to by my
then and therenf it :and them, in this l.chnlf, .hall|| nolia"} hath' forfeited its (Charter, and nil the Maf'1 pur. deponent go Washington Square, and I will
eoniidcr and direct.-\ id you ate further commanded chistr, privileges. rights aii'l ,,'"munlilI therchv pose ; that while there, nc continued making and unwilling I believe, notwithstanding the follow I did so. He joined me there, and Sol Hillen, Jr., under cover to Mr. Vansant,
to give notice of the institution of"(hip pro conferred, by non.uslr. and he hath prnyi-d tint: ,:I I his arrangements, and employing persons to evidences so pxxluced, the truth of this statement gave me a list of names. He said that all postmaster at Baltimore, in relation to said
ceeJ.nj.by: p'lWication hcrcofin; home public! nt> paper in thc ;Middle, Oiririrt' of Florida, for tho the paid; 'The Merchant.*' and IM inters' Bank i| prereding the election, when James Bowensent proceed to Philadelphia, and if possible havean New York and voted several of with Riston, I proposed to call on
of tlircr inoriths from the day of the date Magnolia," to before thin Court, bfore. in .
space '! nuke nlpt'ar at the on a man by the name of Ford, with a interview with the persons named. To the wards. that Benjamin Bowne Gill, but Riston said the fewer who managedthe
Iereor.nd: ; t'aatynu return of this writ on thc proper time and and sh< wcauio if uny it
find day of trto yuorprnceeding!* thereon.tt'imnKICIIARD. not tc repealed nnd de lared null and void. hundred dollars, and requesting him to stop letter directed, to Mayor S'if of Philadelphia every ward, and they would swear throughif communicate with Gill through him ; he did

: G. WELLFORD THEREFORE YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED all far.her proceedings and arrangements, of wlibh the i following is a true and necessary. He said his list, hereunto an. not require any introduction, nor did be ask
Clrrk' of our. sad:: Court this ICih d.iy of That .01 in ike known to the' siid! and with directions to compensate the men correct copy: nexed, marked E., was composed i.f the my name. .
Ju'jrA. 1) 1840, and cizty-filth jear of The jlcrc'nlb. Illn'erh'' flank of Ma nolia," and much Dear Sir The bearer is entitled returned to the city of New York the
Ameiiran I Indt'pr.ndf'nce.n. and ) and Stockholders leaders, and quiet them as as pOSe to your most desperate, daring fellow in the State, on
WELLFORD Clerk of ni thereof that C.llhiers thoy t>c before the Judge of sible, and let the matter drop. fullest confidence. j. B. GLE TWORTU." who could whip their weight in wildcats, and 14th of October. On the 15th. I recive

the Inpnnor/ Court ofihe Middle District our Superior Court of thc Middle District of "'lri.', That this letter reached him on Friday eve. With this letter proceeded from this city on properly managed would vote in every through the post office, the letter fom

Florida for l...eon (' /Ullty. dn, %fur the County of Leapt, on the second Mondayin ning ; en the next morning he left Philadel. the hilt of October, instant, and on the eve. ward in the city. He staled that he would Looney, which i hereunto marked

i ifl riven- November next after the dale of tins writ or phia for New York, and on his arrival in N. ning of that day waite I on Col. Swift, May. I come on with them, and he must have thirty B. On the I receive a letter through
hereby' of tho
NOTICE to all l pcrHHix! mentioned forcgoinc and concern.pro- stint to nt (the Jtl'r Court;timi House ns the'of Cour paid County nay be of adjourned Lee-n, in Yorkhe had an interview with Bowen.Blatch- or of Philadelphia, No. 107, South Seventh' dollars per man, which was the price Glent the post office, from Jam Young, which i
ad therein, :as I ;am thereby direeied. tile city Tallahassee Hi said County, lo show, l i1 ford, Draper, Grinnell, and \Vetmore, atBlatchiord's ; street, and deliveredthe letter to him, and I worth paid him in November 1838. He said hereupto annexed, marned C., on the 17th, *

LEIGH READ. nny thing they for thrmtc\'ol have, or ran say.! office, at which he, Glentworth, thereupon said to him, after he had read the Col. Swill, the Mayor of Philadelphia, was received another letter from Young. throughthe
Martial.: _Ang.29j_ byJOlP.IC'CKLJ.It.: | I n. :M. ai.d PinMen. Bank : Riso On tho 15ih of October
lcrcIDnIM' o\lgn.lia"slllJ fair would lead to r full exposure ; the excuse to mukc similar arrangements with those Young and himself, when Glentworth paid receipts
TERRITORY OF FLORIDA, lbrrlieimmunities int; ( annulled, and vOid.and .franchises al they offered for wishing to stop, was made by Glentworth the fall of 1838, and him and Young their money, which, as they for moneys paid by Glentworth to the several
rights -
To the Marshal of thc Middle District, Ly thus same conferred, Irivilef poiMpfcion the want of funds. After some conversationthey spring of 1839, and asked him if he could understood at the time, Glentworth obtained persons living in Philadelphia, connected with

greeting : 1 and control of said T''rritory ic "fzcd, further to separated, agreeing to meet at Draper's aid him. He, Swift, said he would. then from Riston, for a check which RUten had this affair, which were then in my possession, "

WHEREAC, hen-I/f"r.-.lo wit: on the cv- I do and receive what the said Court then and thoie house on Saturday night at ten o'clock, each asked where I could find Miller and Young, (iscourited for him. together Wit Glentwerlh's statement t me,
d.y of November in the year of I of it and them, in tinbelulf, shall consider and of raise his He that On the and also. testimony collected by me ia
the deputies. 12th
in replied
our .ord "uielliounanJ I hundrid slid to sec what could b done way they were en. at 7 o'clock, P. M., I raw R.
eight twentyi I direct. Arid you arc farther. romnmidcd tl givnoli'V < time. At the time gaged on special duty that but if I Philadelphia, herein to, was, by the .
evening h
i a Charter of Incorporation was granted on of the (Institution' ot this proceeding, hy pub- ing funds in the mean ape Looney, plumber, at s house in 7th street. alude
the conlItIcnr! ', limitations an I rCFtr l'tIOJ.R thertin 1 i licalion her'of in some public newspaper ,in thc pointed they all met at Draper's housc.whereit would come to his office between nine and I told him my business was the same was consent of abmiud examination .
prorided by the (Legi.lativo: Council of tho Tmitorjr ', Middle DiMrict elf Florida, fof the Fpat-e of three was determined to proceed, and they again ten o'clock in the morning, he would, by a Glentworth'sin 1838 and 1839, and 1 D asked to Isaac L. Varia Stephen
style of or Florida the U a certain Rink hy the name and ; inontUs! from tin day of the dale hereof. And that separated at two o'clock on Sunday morning.At I wink, point.them to me. He then asked I him if he could furnish me with some men Allen, Benjamin F. Butler! and Jo'. *. Ed.
UA.sK or FLORIDA," Hrd lo all llio e make return of this writ, and of ; monds and
: pr.iccedingM oilier
your Esquire .
you ,
.ho ihould bctrtino Subscribers to the said Bank, | thereon, the lint day of the.next terra ol this time Draper gave him two sight dralt. me what my object particularly was, at this he said yes, many of'whom should be the gentlemen.The
their mecesws and absigns i .;-And, whereas al.o, i I our said Court.o on Charles Gill, of Philadelphia, ol one thou. time. I told him it was to obtain lists of same that were on to New York before, and deponent farther saith, that James

stha scvuilcctiili day February. in the year of I \ITtu.-UICInD: G. WELLFORD.: sand dollars each, or drafts for two thousand names that could be registered, and that I was at the same price Glentworth! paid him He Young was net induced to visit this city by
"r Lord one thousand: ei-ht hundred and Ihirty- foid COlrt, thii ICih day ol sand dollars. That he. Glentworth, again desirous to get as many of the men who were said he understood hi menand that he would him at the time of his arrest, or for the'pur..

jUree.anact ulatice Council wa< paited by the Governor Leg. July A. D. 1840 and sixty-nUli year of left the city for Philadelphia on Sunday morning on before as possible ; that when Ihey came send such as swear through in pose of being arrested but that the deponent
of tho Territory of Florida, to thc [ of Ihe United Slates of
Independence ever hath been informed
amend raid Chrll of Inco'.or.liol, a. A ni c'ri en.it. with said drafts and other funds. As on they would belter understand themselves: ; ward, if necessary ; that he had ofteu believed that his visit
l by> the original flrolmNlt Charter appears of Incorporation G. WFLLFOni. Clerk: of soon as he* reached Philadelphia, he saw Mr. i t this he said was desirable, and that I could nished men here, Philadelphia, particularly here was solely upon business connected with

and amendment III'rpof. of rc- the Superior Court of Ihe Middle DUlnct i f Gill, who at once gave him checks on the U. place the fullest confidence in Miller. for the election between Naylor and Ingersoll; his official station.
cord in II
of Florida ihe offi.-e of thc t-'i crclary of I Ihe: Territory I Florida; for Leon Co'inly. States Bank for the amount of the draflson 1 asked him wha: was the best time for me that on that occasion,he had twenty men who J. D. STEVENSON.
Xerntoij ,of an}well I by thc public statutes. of the I of which checks was cashed for him, Glent. to see Beld Badger ; h-i replied in tho morn. by changing hats had voted in ward. Sworn tins 22d day of October,1840, before
'I.ridalllt'd by of the of thn foregoing
G$ aulltority NOTICE u hereby given pio- of : and that he would it if I chose He said that e"er me. ROBERT H. MORRIS,
'enior and Legislative Council of the sime. ;n, to al! persons mentioned and concerned worth, by Ir. Bridges or Dorrence. the t ing arrange Glentworth hnd like a
And -ht'rl'1 aUo, I Jaw was pa!?ed by the Gov- therein, i I am thereby directed. United States Hotel, and the other by George and that I might place the fullest reliance on man, and he should b faithfully sorred. He lecodr of tho City 0fNtio York.
'Imor and LcgiUtiVc Council of the said Tcrrito- JIGI: HI>\l), Marbhal Riston, a broker of Philadelphia. That he, his and Badger's uid. I then asked him whenit stipulated that the money be paid him FOREIGN ITEMS.A .
lon the
fourth day of March, in the year of uur of the DlsLric of Florida t.y would be best to have with in advance the
wrc one thousand cigt! |, |hundred and tinny.i.inc: | Auir.. 29. 5 JOHN F. D. M G lent worth, on the same daymethy appointment a meeting some as men would work with a v'olent contest was going forward in
wiwiiiingarid requiring the District Attorneys of by KACKUn. at the house of George Riston, (at of those men, such as Young and Miller, better heart if paid beforehand. This inte'view the cily of London for the office of LordMaj

''rt Territory io inKtiiulc the rcquisito legal pro. which Riston cashed the check before spokenof I naming them, and at the same time suggesting with him war in a room immediately or-the candic'a'e in oration being Mr.

,C brlf ins agauiKt such Banking Incori>or.itions in I ,) James Young a police officer, Robert Riston's.He back of the store. Alderman Harmer, a respectable! tnd intel!
torrelllrt rrojicctivc o( 1iliric"; as might. have incurred MilcI a captain of the watch, and Mr.Swift, said Riston was not to bo trusted ; that After an interview of about half an l.ojrwe lectual man, but who is opposed by the Times
Cliartrrs and
JrOIN.ute the rime Ilclr to drt'r( ho by that'/f-user.the ad: Cnar-to Mayor of Philadelphia ; that he, Glcntworth he was un intemperate, noisy fellow, and that parted, having agreed (to meet again at his and the Churchman in consequence ef being

I be ded.rcd null anJ by the Jud-_. then in the presence of Mayor Swift he could not consent to a meeting of any ofhis f house at 2 o'clock on the 13th, when he was the proprietor of a very strong and deter
tflDtofthe proper Courts in sai.l Ii.trictn, -And Tallahassee. (Florhlai, Iluc:s. and Riston, paid Miller five hundred and six. officers at his, Rinston's, house. I then to furnish me a list of men t b registered in newspaper called tho "Weekly DCS.

Stat l Leru., f_, ,the..jrlen.S. .' ,hley. Al'.orm-y of the United, JL II"I, :UI MKKTINJ thin: M'irion: Course FOR 1841, will ty dollars, and Young the sum of eight hun told him that I understood Glentworth to say New York. He agreed if 1 wanted patch." The State of the poll is the afternoon
.r Middle Di lrict of Florida, pioee.u.1ng commence over dred and dollars, in consideration that he, Rinston: had on a former occasion more men than the list he gave me, I was to the probabilities of his
f sixty.eight agaiHst being return.
"r".aid: T rriory hath appeared this On the 13th next,
on day January
Wednesday of which to send cashed checks fur him and he, Swift, was write him a letter
> bellalfgfsad owned in they were bring or on to ordering pie ; and it was
| 1'erritory, and by the Court and toiitiniie 4 diiy*. free for alt Hows
leFt '' given l<, undciRland, and be lf"'medlllll Florida, or tho I Counts of Georgia: and New York, voters at twenly.five or thirty present at Rinston's house with Miller and understood that for every foot of pipe orderedhe Davis' Straits whale fishery has .
ttemd-Bauk. flf FI'rid4" hill f.irfeiled its'Char- Alabama.FIRST WC I.I dollars a head, a list of which they each fur. Young, in November, 1838 ; to which he was to consider it an order for another failed completely. The correspondent of

'w.and all thu Irachilcl, privilegPK and immuiiii PAV-A Jockey Club Purse of $100-1 riished ; that this payment was made on Sun. said yes,.but that it was dangerous, and had voter. the London Shipping and Mercantile Gazetta-

prayed thereby th"t a conferred tcirefacias, Ijy might non-tittr issue, and ho' 'hath to mile heats. Club Purse of day the 41h day of No\'enbr, 1838, and he liked to have caused detection, notwithstand. Half.past seven o'clock.saw Thorntonat writes from Peterhead, Sept. 30, that 'the

*,to summon iho said 'Bank of .Florida acrordiiig-" to mile SECOND heat DAT. -A. Jockey $20-2 took from them a receipt 'lor the amountso ing he, Swift, had been most cautious in all the watch box, on.the corner of Sixth and Regalia, Kerr, of Kirkaldy. from Davis .

Pear before Ibis Court, at the proper time and TIIIKD DAT-A Jockey Club Purse fur $5003mile paid, the originals of which he exhibitedto his movements to avoid being known in the Chesnut streets; I went with him to Parker's Straits, passed by that forenoon, clean, withintelligence ..
*Mtt.tr. show cause if any it could, why the said heuli deponent. He farther slated that the same affair. On tho next day, I went about ten oyster cellar, where I received a list, ((for par. oldie complete of the fish .

!-airtcr declared of Incorporation null and void vhould not bo related, FOURTH Dn--Prolriclor'l Purse $200-1 mileheals. I kind of scheme was arranged (for the spring o'clock to tho Mayor's office, wheie he intro- ticulara refer to men attached to list ho gave ery this season, and the los faiur tb whale -
; cent.
THERCFOKE YOU ARE HEREBY! CO 1. And the 3 I : 10 "per now open elections of 1839, in New York, and that he duced me to Robert Miller. Miller and ray.self me, marked D.) ship Hecla. Among 20 vessels' (sate fta

'NDEO. That you make known to the said and will folowinl run if w.el."llkrlle_ before the went to Philadelphia to make the arrange. walked into the Park back of the StateHouse 13th October, half.past ten A. M.-I saw the number from the United Kingdom) "

"Bi> Florida," and all the PrMidenU.Cak'iiiers: ,, JOkey Club taco ..n the three firm day.. ments ; that in the spring of 1839, Hgnry w. and Miller agreed to furnish me a list James Young, High Constable, and asked from between. July 9 and Sept. 10, there-
Ditot and Stockholders thereof that they be FIRST D.u.-A Pout-slakes' fred for all ages, 2 Havens, of the city of New York, was sent of names by half.past throe o'clock. He him if he could furnish any men ; he said he were only six fish; of 7 heard from
r lh. Judge ol our 1uperior of the I mile''ll.' Subscription $200, forfeit $IOO; to he 011 from New York to him at Philadelphiawith stated to me that he and his men voted in N. could make up a list who would vote in every in Sept., one only had a 'essel _
k4\.1"rict; Florida of Leon, run for bf fore the Jocey; Club Race, on (lie tirt fh.
telnd Mcnda/ a November County noil after the day of tho next Tallahassee Jockey Club Race two thousand dollars from Bowcn,- York, at the November election in 1838, in ward ; that most of them would be the seineS Blackfriar's Bridge; had been cbs.

latoof Uiig writ, of jych other time a the Court 3 SLb)criberii necessary to make a :, ace. that Havens reached Philadelphia at 12 o' nearly all the wards, and that he saw most of wha had voted before, particularly C. Swint, ed for Q long time for-ihe purpose of repairs,
,, 53*, L adjourned fo, at tho Court House in the SKCOND: DAT.-A Sweep-stakes for three year clock on the night of the 8th of Aprithathe tho Whig committee in their room ; he said who, he said, voted in 16 wards. 1 asked was opened on Thursday for the passage of

City Or-l1allaUO and County of Leon, to show,, nUIl mil heats. ub"criplol$zOO: forfeit $100; Glentworth, met Havens at he would send me as many of the old men,I him if be voted himself; he said he had in a carriages,to the generl joy of the public, who
i*'' tMipf they themselves have or can to be run for before li Jockey Club Race, on the those that had been before number of wards and he -
'. hiy the sad th'irler! of my. of the next Tallahassee Jockey Chili depot, from which place Havens accompanied meaning on a particularly recol. have been put'to a serious inconveniencesince
Incorporation lhp'Bank ;
..r Florida" "nould not b repealed and .rcoae Rac.,. 3 Sub! rilll nercssary to make a Race. :. him and Charles Svviiit in 1 hack toSaunder- possible, whose names ou the 1 ht would b lected the Oth ward. I asked him if he was I it \a closed.
, *u"ii void and allibrliel imlllities annu1.-d., privileges I THIRD lAv.-A Sweep-Make: fr 2 year old., 1 I. son's Hotel, at which place he, Havens, en. marked with a cross--X. present with Miller and Mayor Swift a Ris. Taglioni will certainly out to Amc
4 and franchises, 1 same conferred, bo seized mile out. fubscripliort $100: forfeit $50; to .Lo. tered a fictitious name upon the book ; that Upon this, I left Miller and went in searcholSaunders ton's, on any rji:jht in November 1838 ; he next fall, and, in about &weeks youreceive
(1lfrto'\p.'$ic do ion and coiitrJ of said Territory and run for before the Jockey Club Race Club on Races.the thirdday 3 Havens saw him pay Swint five hundred dol. and Thornton, and found them on said he was, and that Glentworth paid him I this, some fre representations afe of

,' oUicreofitnd and receive haiti,what in this the behalf said Court, shall then conwer of Ito next Tallnlmwa-o to ni.iko Jockey a Hsce., lars of the money Havens brought on to him, the sido walk in front of the Slate House,, and Miller in the presence of the Mayor and this skipping feme wi be dent at AtwiU's .

and direct! .-And you are further commanded, utacrieflerclhl1ry Subscript!MI to above Slakes can bo made by lot which money ho stated that ho took and asked them if they knew Glentworth of f Riston. He said he had received thirty dol.! in Broadway me repeat to yon ta u

I M five none* of the institution of this proceeding,I letter addresl to tho Secretary of tho. Tallahassee Swint's receipt, which receipt he showed to Now York ; to which they replied yes, 1 lars n man, and that he should expect to receive dancing women are never allowed t .
" publication hereof, in some public newspaper HI I Jockey any time before Lisa l. LI day of De- me, deponent-he also staled that Havens informed them that I had como on the same the same again. He said he could not chif feature of the evenings l in Europe-that-

U; Jl Middle. from District the day of of Florida the date,for the hereof space of three comber next when they before will be the r.l Il. ce.; the entry lobe well knew the object for which tho money business that he had in 1838 and 1839, and I furnish me a list to.day, but that he would they always close the performance, and that. '
and that named the evening .
', joa make returns ofthis writ and ofyourproccud.; Mr. F. P. a KO\V is now engaged nt the Marion was paid to Swint-that Haven the next asked them whether they could furnish me make one out by the mail of to-morrow for genuine taste generally gets ito- the back.

( lags thuereoll. on tho fir.t day of the next term ol j ; Course, and .' opened Training Stables f.r morning returned to New York ; Glentworth \ilh some men for the coming election in New York, and send it to me with every par. ground when they are upon stage. It is- .
o *.w Mid. Court. tho accommodation gentlemen who have liorssto : also stated that Noah Cookof the city of N. November. ticular ; that the names should be the real looked upon here a very singular that

, WiTKEsi.RlciiAHD Clerk of G. WELLFORD,I train. Mr. acre w is well known confidence I an experienced Y. brought men down from Albany,& chang. They said yes, upon the same terms that ones of the men. I ordered them to b en._ Americans becomes s excite about 'a dancing -
P our said Court, this 16lh day Trainer; and the fullest maybe had furnished them to Glentwortb closed Mr. box No. 190 One half! of
flay of July D. 1810, and the in male uunagerntml of Horses cuinuiltI ed their clothing to enable thor te vote, and they t JAri Upper girl. thy our
1 filh year of A Independence of tlie United sixty I ted placed to his Iil charge. TWOS. BROWN[ that they did go to the different wards to vote, which was thirty dollars per man. They then Post Office. sid I could write to him, countrymen for the legitimate drama would

,1l States of America: July Jb 61 Secretary arid Proprietor and that Noah Cook was at that time a memo agreed to meet mo at the watch-box at the directed to James Young, High Constable, render the cuntmn infinitely respect

J 14. G. WELLFORD, Clerk of her of tbe Assembly-that this was in the corner of Chesnut and Sixth streets, at seven Philadelphia. e for its ad jud&mnt Beautifully
t' t Bnperior Court of Florida the Middle for Leon District of Dissolution of CopartuerbilIP.T under year 1839 ; and be also said that Noah Cook o'clock that evening, at which time they said 2, P. M.-I saw Lone and received his as i dut"poetry of motion-.the 'poetry t f

$# County lIE the style Copartnership and firm of heretofore Frnctt&exiling Hart, is this aide in changing the dresses of men, that they would furnish me with t Hit of tho men list. He Nd the.! men mae were on history, ,of sentiment, of passion, anC'of .

NOTICE is hereby given of the foregoing pro.. Jar dissolved by mutual consent. vote in different wards, and that they Would procure, which should consist, to New beforehand every ward; character, are far more 'worthy and-tiaHaiUon .:\
C.ding to .l persons mentioned and con., \VM. II. FRANCIS Noah Cook took an active part in the arrange principally, ef the men they had sent on be. the one marked good i Looney said would, enthusiasm.and encouragement c ; .
,y"t ,'theteln l M am thereby dirtt.d.LEIGH LEVI HART.- meats thus made for the November election for and the names of all ,such as were OD vote in .erer ward i registered-the names DaxiDKUL, Emu4vzu-.Th 1

3krshal 1 of the M D"rt* ofnoruli READ. The Tallahassee business, Sept 1?continued, 1840. in future i by, WiU of 1838 ; that ,William C. D.WfnC and J. before should b make with a.cr They are ail l 'LDe1. writing, and this list du No of yesterday,'published'the' 11\
;t Aug. W,5 by J ACKLER, D. H,. him H. Fr.ccU.wi b, 9 seP t Nathan wert the tocrctariei find aJda in tbo said they were ,bth York 'witbte I -was. aed y. 1 my prewac! *,, and .1 ing: from'Tiflis,, Aug. I34kY, :

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t!, It' dOKW hear of ike; terrible' earthquake o. .?] established'by votes aa-ice and as numerous r committed. He concluded by Baying you will Washington, should Federal' Whigism gainthe J[as to pc u from cref gett iLis city'I. "After the .; w: ,<,

_ 1 1 Mount Ararat which hai totally destroyed as those for the adoption of the cocstitniion of not allow the name of Napoleon to appear t ascendency. again. peace was once more t' : w_
the town of Makitch damaged all the; the Empire. the and scat .If you should come to any conclusion 1 i a ted our dulrac
t tI ,tom same time on a tomb of glory a We would\ suggest to the editor of the country length sea } e
buildings which Erivau "The, nc'i attained ; nutter, be kind enough to write me immediately. Convention t/reriso
and deYas.t
; were at natioajhas his'great act fojd.} You will not associate the name of Na- Times that nearer at home thi the !1't
the two41. 'atrictp"of, Sharour and Sour. of its sovereignty. and Napoleon has said- i polcon with the punishment awarded to injfamy. there are subjects Yours, he was again Cost He

I mate r. in Armenia. AU the villages in'those,t i !Every thing which is not done by the nation } It,cannot be possible that you woulddo that would be more interesting, and more important M. JEFFER. I wisdom and the ,talent of b Statue ills col! '

N diatncts hare been eatroy cd. The earth isteat is illegal.' }Be{ therefore,to your guard against this. Cease to be judges and become? to the public, than these coincidencesconnected ?. George Rinslon, Esq., stellation of genius in which tai..

in such a annex: that all the cotton and believing! ; for a moment that i i.I giving way to men." J with the Telegraph and Floridian, I [Signed] WILLIS (II. BLANEY.Subscribed : I more brilliant than Here none aPt

rice plantations have) o perished for wanfjof wa. the dictates of personal'ambition I may have j A correspondent: ,of the London Morning which have so struck his l fancy. What does and sworn to before me on Ibis17th ho contende agin hielf e aris i was. t '

1 ter. Bui'ihe[ most awful event has taken wished to attempt in .France in dispite Post, describing the trial, says that "glasses j he, say of a history of the galvanization off Ociober. 1840. te people, fa
1V place j in the neighborhood of Mount Ararat. of the country, nn i imperial restoration. I jof cau sucrcc wire from time to time handed I multitudinous D. ii. MCDONALD. of the right of suffrage/ [[ : ,
\ life
the the
Magnolia Bank into new : I I
a considerable: i } ,maps was loosened from the have been formed and brought up under high i. the prisoners, who seemed quite at their ease. f J wit others of the that,

: mountain, and destroyed every thing in its lessons, and I !have lived under noble exam. Indeed, the whole proceedings were carried ;! confabs-tho public meeting-the The Philadelphia .National GacU aj prevailed over those Demrati sc hLbe.

Hay /j tho distance of seven: wersts, (nearly: pIes. I am borne cf a lather who descended on with great good humor. .M. Berryer.was'I' resolutions of trust, confidence and support Whig print, speaking of this on Saturday last, ,[ i entrust more fK W'ertolhe uo>R .to.

$ English miles.) from his throne, without regret, the day when in high spirits, and chatted with the Prince as the procuring of the specie, &c. Now,here says : I established the principle plead "y'lke

Among others, the great village of Akhouli he no longer thought it possible: to reconcile i if it were n soiree instead of a solemn trial." I would be something far more amusing, interesting I "A letter was received by Mr. George Ris- ours,the people are of g

[ Jias had the fate of Herculaueutn} } and Pom with the interests of France the interests of .. and instructive than those wonderful ton, of this city, signed by M. JefTers, a con. them.e h"c." capable governing

ri peu. Above. JOOO inhabitants were buried the people whom he 1 had: been called to T S K F LO rttlDI ANTALLAIIASSIUi. I I stable of Baltimore, and a Harrison man.- 1
upon -
tinder rocks. __ a_ __ _____ ____ ___ coincidences ; and no one is better calculatedto The
of u' was Levin i II. Smith Indian
heaps A thick fluid which g overn. The emperor, my uncle, preferred jit I brought by 1 police War.
afterwards 'became a river, ran from the in.enorof to abdicate the empire rather than accept, by r : .FLOIUDA- : execute this task, so far at least as know j J officer of this city, to :Ir. Riston's dwelling, :Tiger-Tail Tutenuggee and several 1

? the mountain, which was> opened, and treaties, the limited frontiers which might expose I EIAVAIID, It. GIBSON, E1)ITOR.Saturday : l ledge of the subject adapts} him, than the cdia fter midnight on Alonday." I chiefs, have agreed to come ia and other

1 1 following'.I the same direction, swept over theruins France to the threats and disdain: which --- ---- -, -;November- -- -7.--1S1O.roit ---, -. tor of the Tunes. I On this thc Baltimore Republican ihus remarks talk. They express a strong fefapeace t,

Lh and carried with it the corpses of the are at this moment launched at her from a- -- --- ----- : and for
I unfortunate inhabitants, of Akhouli, the dead broad. To caws the triumph of the will of rur.siDK.NT: : OF'TIU; u feTATF.::, Election Frauds. i The Levin II. Smith spoken of as having we think it mast likely) that

animals, &c. The shock continued (to here the people-to serve the interests! : lflhe I pco. ; MARTIN I Ii VAN BUREN That the frauds have been delivered the letter to Mr. Riston, at midi arc sincere. The commanding ofc er .t'
,_ ____ perpe.
L, every'Jay i in the above mentioned' dis. pie-to maintain: France at the elevated point i --...-= _-- u'i =- __ : ::-:. tratcd by the Whigs in the late elections, no i i night, is a Whig and one of the higf* constables I.Isued orders to sus pr:"" WUUCS t

f nets and entirely laid them waste; th MI the she ought to occupy, from her genius, her The Cotton Crop. I appointed by the Recorder. of the city of for some time-we believe, for a
.i shocks became less frequent. Ararat i is nut j I I military force her civilizing power-those an I Cotton comes in very slowly, comparedwith I one can doubt. To such an extent have these Philadelphia also a Whig. Mr. Smith was. those chiefs do come in, and month. If

t' !I yet quiet ; the day before yestc.-day: 1 was the political I { I principles!! which the history of the last ).car Planters hold bask in frauds already gone thai, unless some efficient:' i this city about the lima the letter was written rnilies, there is bring their &.

a wakened by two violent subterranean com.I my family has revealed: to my youth, andjh of higher: price: Some profess tocnjtertain mode be adopted, our form of government < and in company with JelTer" with them every probability that all dtli.ctlltics ( .

motions.-Journal de St Petersburg $cprp&er which alone have dictated my resolutions.\ !I expectations( of very high; prices, ard must be abolished. If the ballut-box i is to be i I So it seems that the police officers in Philadelphia wi b at end If not, te

1 1i ( 22.Advices. "Never for one day: have I ceased to rc. 'I! arc determined t to hold back as long as [possi.ble. I a mere recepts cle of forged and fraudulent and Baltimore are in a conspiracy to war must b carried on to extermination.
from St. Petersburg of ihe 2d iist.a : t. j member these Icss :ls. The undeserved :, the Baltimore elections. We shall soon have further and more'defi.nite
I 'I 1 hey will try to hold back until trot votes, society must remodel itselfupon different corrupt .
i estimate about 100 the number of lives lost !I proscription which has for twcntv-fivc years !! What plans have the High Constables of information on the subject.
1 in of the which I life from ''I !Bank! makes: up its report f for the Council af. political principles. Any thing! : id: better
consequence catistrophe occurred accompanied: my the glorious throne Philadelphia in contemplation! f for assisting the
on the 2,5th ult. on the Czartkojesclo I t on the steps of which I was !Iklrne; down! n tot!' ( which Union bills will be a little more I linn I fraud leading to anarchy. i:\':I election in New York 1 One of the first things, when a new"mtnistralro ad.

railway. j'' to the I prisons w loch I have just loft, has not pleutv, and better prices can IK got. We believe that these frauds are the results .i, i shall 1 I come into power, win I:"

'J TRIAL OF PRINCE NAPOLEON suffered to irretatc me, or cause me to dis-! If the planters: put it on the merchants in of n deep, farsighled policy to bring into dis-'t I Tie STEVENS FRAUD IX ADAMS CO. PA. "to separate t the Government press from d1e

The. fc {trial of Prince Louis and his 1 B asso. pair-it has not f for one: moment estranged t the| price of their cotton, or the rate of their I repute popuhr elections. While it does that, I[! Every: election held in Peuus}lvaniahefore politics" G of the .country. I dust least ibtt

,. .. f fates: commenced before the' Chamber of me from the dig; its, the glory, the rights bills, the merchant nrjst tuck it on too the it corrupts the body social, and prepares: thepuLrc i j and since 1833, demonstrates the extent of: os crnment Daniel printer to preach politics t to the
.. E Peers and intercuts in France. When ii: 1630 the I I the fraud the franchise effected T. "people.- Webster.
on Monday the 23 of upon by
: September.( ether in the mind to be
II! : planters, and his customers, price operated on through fraud, i Mr.
!' :., The number of Peers present was 140; people reconquered the sovereign, when I!I Stevens in Adams county, in that memorable Webster i is looking far ahead. Her
of his So far a; thc planter and the bribery and corruption. Then the i I
Uf", ;.r about 70 were absent, most of them marshals you proclaimed this great dopuna: of modern goods. Money I j: y ear. There, the Federal majority w as knows that Gales, of the Intelligencer,
h.. and general officers and high functionaries politicks, we had a right; to conclude that the. m' erchant arc concerned the former con. Power steps in and controls the election, I(j i swelled from 200 in 1885 and 331 in 1836 !j f,r voted to Clay, and he i de

f t : it t under the Emperor. !i result of the: conquest: would respond l to the suites all his produce, it s all equal ; but the wherever it is deemed expedient to spend its I;I to< the prodigious sum of 1773 in 1833 The I[ |hand i with a threat of i losing prpannbhimbeforc the :

I"t The Paris correspondent' of the London i| conquest itself;; but the country has had: its; other customers of ihe merchant have to pay money. I little district Millerstown gave, in 1833, or j less, he sends in his adhesion printing {m.

} ; Weekly Chronicle e gives the following account i sad experience;; these last ten years In thc i for the depreciation of the currency. The We [bog the attention of our readers to the I I vj \:3 made to give by fraudulent importations, I! will do it. He to h-m. Gales
present, juncture of affairs: I thought that the I Federal will never withstand
\ 3 of the trial ; j I f i I exchange is added'] to the jrice of the goods j article below showing a contemplated fraudin I a majority 1113, or about threefold Harri-
vote of four millions of citizens who had son's known
j hatred of
con-1 i
Paris, more than the whole number of Clay, and his
a Monday, Kepi. 29.-The nephew : votes ever j
t. fined to Infamilv the detinics 1 he' has to buy. We sec lilac prospect of a Maryland. Corruption must be established diI
: of Franceimposca
of j / polled in this district !before of himself. lie
and sine must
an Emperor son of a King stood this I or ; go for Wc
'T'hisI ter
i !lay! at the bar of the Court of Peers, summoned : upon us, at least, the duty to wake !better state of-things. for soar- -time- to come. as a system, when a Whig officer can write I year, the Federal majority in the whole counI 1| I Harrison should elected, and i

'J'I i') by royal ordonnancc of Louis Phi. ,, an will appeal to the nation, in order to ask its "The rate of exchange kcwccn that city I !thus curly to borrow: five hundred voles {for an I t ty settles down again to 5o6 ; and Millers- : poor Clay must b hid the once more

t, ,:M )Jippe! Napoleon Louis Bonaparl arraigned j! .11 1 that ., [New York] and Tallahassee, which had important election. And the other scoundrel ton, instead of a majority of 1113. gives '; that| finally. We b understand upon that shel and

: : before the Peers, the majority of whom were I thought it appertained to no per. I "crer been less, .was 2 percent iu favor of I to whom the letter was addrcs-sed, just as precisely 1 100 Federal majority, and the w hjle rae

,, rt created by his: uncle!! Prince Louis apo.1 j J 'son( to place-- 1 lii'/ieveo himself/ a*' an obstacle to the acJ tlle.fprm\.a( ;r.-L: ;(iun hastdas/ 1 j caul'sets' aLvnttocunnalvwizh" ,*... --_. -- nU8ffrJ'..Jd aa(1: ( r:1: turc 0l 1f C -IJi J'tt.' i' 4th IjPI1gllje1 {pabqJ 1 u q\!
lluavcts. ,
{ pet irips, also, that if,1
plea a ficsclit Alibaud mid Barbes! \ .
l, an I has forced the : of
+ half oy a in the midst of the, national congress 1 wished changed. And why ? Whose is the fault 1\\j Public opinion: Mayor thc county of; no more. I must Len a bitter pill rrIr.
i At past twelve, the whole of the accused Baltimore dismiss! Jefiers from oflcc.: .fe Adams, under the of the man when he had
'" f were introduced' into !I to convoke, some pretensions: might be heard, I What, we would ask, but our Florida Bank. to i : auspices ( ) Clay, to praise Harrison
Ollrt. They were I have the fers has been indicted for the off lIce by the has been and is now one of the ringleaders of.: before How
t,: preceded b}' ahussicr! ; then carne two g *n- I might right to awaken the striking! I ins System has produced this state of things! j Federal: in a public meeting. Hams

darmes: followed by Prince Louis Napoleon ; reminiscence of the cinpin, to display in the And when is it to end ? And, when is it to !j. grand i'lrv of Baltimore.: of sm Pennsh"anawho was one 1 must have gloated over this debasement of the
the ,
most active and ur.rentt Harrisburg i if
t and General! Count dj Montholon\[ a lieuten'l! eyes of France in, (now the weakened and almost commence again 1'e :answer, just when it THE BALTISIORK FKAUl f for the nomination of (iencr.il Harrison[ and r\ man' he hates We thought that Mr.[ Clay
unrecognized 1\
,' ,''".] ant of gendarmes sitting on the right France at that lime so congress strong at of home king.-,) so pleases thuse who manage: : the banks, to say it \ The Baltimore Republican publishes the by whose exertions mainly I that result was j had to much pride, to much self-respect,to

Prince ; then a gendarni' then Col. Voisin I powerful' l and respected nbro;, I. The nation shall! commence. As things ;ire, they have j I following: uiiiJavit in regard to the order! sent brought about. The! character of a party, ', have submitted to such a degradation, even

1 lt; !Mesonan with his arm and in a'sling, and: M. le Duff de I would have free to pronounce republic or it all their own way. The {people 1! arc at their ''1, htllc' Deputy i.,1t 0 Cotutabluof Baltimore; b it remembered, is best known by' the char.acicr '!| for the certainty of !eing President,much fess
the others in rotation. The !
R 1 broker in for five hundred of its leaders. Federalism
o r Prince was attended by M. Berry er, with monarchy, empire or royally, as all emanates mercy ; and they put up and put down the i to a Philadelphia, depend on for a bare hope of a permission to contendfor
I from its will! and i i voters to he employed ii: the Baltimore clec1 it, pursues its object under the same disguises
all its
Mr. Webster
it aided
dependent against by GeneralHarrison's
whom he entered upon{ make make il
conversation exchanges,
: as m-jiiey plenty) or :
take tcnlay. It and with ihe De-
rr its opinion. Before!; the manifest lion, which was to place ye same mea-is c'er\where.
soon as he took his seat. Prince Louis Napo. expressionof best suits the banks. I i which will exerted'tfavor
y a : its wishes, ill !scarce as : !! seefns to establish the fraud beyond: further mocrats cannot be too watchful 1 of their op- fuence b
loan dressed in black dress which my exes every: contrary pre of Mr. Webster of
was a coat, as a course,
tension is destroyed. There! was no conspi The MTjoseirirTiim's. t I doubt. ponents.O'C all I, they cannot L too tigi- mater
buttoned ----- -
der was, and black up.trouscs with n and I large l oots.waistcoat He un. racy.; There were no accomplices. Alone Why need the Tunes vol-jiir-r: : and go Mr. 1.lcwho subscribes[ this affidavit, lnt to preserve! purity of '" I is admitted in this address that e when

star'n his left breast and wore I did all. 1 resolved upon every thing.- out of the way, to attack tine editor of the is: lim.c th'High Constable Philadelphia! the franchise. See to it, then, that there be Van Buren entered upon the of
a large appeared -Ir. duti
t witnesses in reg.ird, lo no taint or : of fraud in tIle terdiclof
Nobody knew I cfbrchand either one tile suspicion .
At by projects, Floridian ? There! was no ostensible: cause, | h the1 Pn'sidcncthcre was a -
perfectly composed. a quarter to one, sri
f the peers entered and took their places, and my resources or my hopes, if I am guilty toward or even pn-text( that we know of. The ell the authorship of the letter that could pu&-it. Iheballol box.- --- Albany- Argus.- i U ptis! revenue of ihirly-ttco millions of dol-
t an)' one in the world, it i is against the be procured. ':-ttars." That amount has since bcenreceir.
,tj remarked that several of them saluted
jt was : friends tor of the Times jirofcsscs to be of the; Democratic : Whig Con.istcucy.
1 followed \
-n dt the Prince en passant. The president having inc. and most to I; OK We have before taken notice of the contradictory I" by the Governmentand cX"ded. T.
They will not, however Republican: party 1 Cil of Baltimore, Set. $
:tt declared the court Jo be constituted the accuse me of !! I two millions of dollars,i to
of the were severally called having abuse courage and devotion like their .the election of :Mr. Van lures! and to the : lie it remembeed, That on this cntcenth, nature of the charges brought by : "lire revenue of the country, have been con
j at !per by the chief peers registrar: The whole of the I 'own! They,11 comprehend the prudential success of that party and its principles ; and, ':' dav of October in the year of our Lord one L the Whig partisans: against the Democratic "sumed by the present Administration in less

accused evjnced the most lively interest during and hoi.orablu motives which do not allow if we are lo judge from the warmth of those 'thousand eight hundred: and forty, personally! policy.r c have a str.ki.ig ir.stancc cf this than four }ears.-" JV. 1'. Times.

t :1 this part of, the ceremony, and cast a me to reveal, to them even, how powerful reiterated professions, one would almost think !; appeared !Lfow the sulcriher, a j'i tire of in a late number of the New York Times, How vile\ and base it is, t for the Tunes and

k +1. .most anxious eye on those that responded and extensive were my reasons to hope in either that his heart was nearly burnt to a I' the peace city Baltimore William which we have now before us. I containstwo its coadjutors to conceal the t fact that shoatwentyseven
}! 11 success. One word more, gentlemen. I I't : 1 H. Blimey{ of the city of Philadelphia, who
to the call. The attendance of the peers before cinder with the warmth: of hii.devotion lo t makes oath the of Almighty articles-one going to show,as the writer t millions of this amount was dii..
rr. on Holy Evangel
+ represent you a principle, a cause, and] I
t was by no means so numerous as might have a defeat.; The principle is the sovereignty of f 1 Ir. Va Hllrenor that, fearful ofha\'illghil j God : That 1 on Thursday morning, states, "lhat the policy of )Ir. Van Burcn tribute! by Congress to the States, by and
been there not being more than 110
+ 1 r expected.and the bench appropriated for the the people. The I cause i is that of the empire fidelity doubted, he wished i to allay suspicion i''
+ deputies present, did not contain more than a dozen The defeat is that of Waterloo! The pr'rici-! by warmth of I prufc ...ion. j 1 1Wo ludson and Pratt, of the city of Baltimore, poorer; the other article takes a different That fact i is suppressed ; and rehingonthe

4 1' individuals. The names of the accused were pie you have acknowledged-the cause you I I6avcscn arc attacked by the Times, not on acf ;n' < at my inoue and expressed anxiety)to view of the matter. The f former one is for i ignorance of the people, it is thus attempted
"cd under-and the defeat obtain possession of a certain l letter tohave
wish i : I'
then called over as followers, and we annex you ''count of any principle, or measure! advocated J the l'uo man. Now, something! must b to make them believe that amount has been
to There, is 11 !ill r'lIce.hcl'cn h been received Mr. George Riston.of
b I 7I ;.- to each name that of the consel: employed} : avenge. ) ( : or advanced] in the Floridian. Tficrc is not by prepared to suit the rich man's palate ; and !\ expended by the Administration.
you and me, and I will not believe t that I Philadelphia, from )1 Jclfers: of Baltimore,
by y the prisoners::-Prince Louis Napoleon, : can: be now devoted to bear the pnnishment even a l pretext, :: of the kind. But the grave: proposing to said ni-ton to send on five hundrcd ihe charge is made against the Democracy, 1 --- -

; ;e Count Monlholbn--!M.\ Berrycr, ntld1.:\ I of the defection of others.I Representatives'1'of i accusation: is made, that wo became the as- ,i men to influence{ the Major's election in as advocating a system of .Agrarianism-t ) "Oflhe Track-.A (:0.Onr.-Tbe Boston
t r assistant counsel Col. Voisin :M. I I l of the
Marie a synopsis
k : : a poical! cause I cannot accept as judge of'l si,tant; editor of the United States: Telegraph,, t the city of Baltimore ; that this;; deponent duclined i is, plundering the rich for the benefit of the'! rishes speeches
Ferdinand Barrot Le :\ j of the several Whig lions that ;
'' ; DntTd"IcsonanI'j my] wishes and acts, a politilal and that that afterwards to interfere in the matter himself; but displ'Jedlher
Delcour founts : j juristiction. journal, some years poor. Another object of the, party {i, said to 1 < oratory while on the Bunker! Hilljauafjmong: '
; j
t pinand Barrot; Bouffct )Iontallban-\I.: [ Bar.I I Your: forms:! deceive 110hodlu! the conflict I ii: the revolution of parties: ceased to he pub. suggested to them the propriety getting: be to produce the downfall of Christianity !; i a blctis t the following t from Ogden Hoffman,
i now bcgining in this there the some Whig whom they might be able! to rely
place, '
t 1 + illon; LomLard-\I.: Barillon; Fialin de P..r, are only i li+!ined \\ e became the editor of the Flori- and the Banks !'' Christianity &: the Banks!!''i i I i He was otT the track, for certain: : \
If Democrat thee
; conquered. :are the former, I have 0 or some trusty to
you : : procure
,&,),:, a" Many-l(. B':arrillion; Forcstjcr- Dchu;;. no justice to expect from you, and you I]diau, and, some two months afterwards, Ih ,use of the letter, and, thereupon, ihe deponent Ha ha Chr'ttianitv: and the Ha nLs '?!',I! .:Ir. Ilotfmnn: extolled Gen. Jackson

crux, and :M.: F restier: his brother, assistant i I i no right to impose upon me your ha\'c'l Bank( party gained the election! : in MiduMu l j introduced them to two or three gentlemen: of The moral!, religious, hoirst* Banks:! They arc t!! "a, great :and glorious man: ; and thinking hff
t :M.\ Ferdinand Karrot t in Hall denounce
+ counsel; Battaillc- ; t tAladenize t\.'." Florida. Thcs-e coincidences: have sometliin: the Democratic party, and left them together associated with and when the | was Tammany began to
-: M. Favre, alu11.: Pinide as. : I c'\ ; Christianity ; : ," Van Buren, he for acting with
as pretecucd
t,' j 1 he !speech was heard with the and remarkable that and the deponent !hl'anlnothi of ,
I : most profound so striking the philoso-J 19 more the one is re-funned the other i is to be down !' the
Laborde put
uistant counsel c-M. Nogcnt dc St. i'* the old Federalists in not
; j attention, and the trial then I' 'matter ntil about three o'clock ii the after. supporting
prucccacdLaron editor of the Times deems them
the vile
called pl.ic a i prop by the
xandru <" coattail
Democracy last ,or
Laurent ; Al Desjardius: ; war A pull at thp
1 j of the
Fasquier interrogating the prisoners! : i noon same day, when he met Henry
Barrot M. Uarillon\ Nonano subject of instruction to his readers. Again, The Hartford Coarerttion"Federalists
I :M. Ferdinand ; ; !per complete destruction of the blank faces of the old
i'I' ; i The prince, in reply to the reproach of Gideon, of Spring Garden;; Philadelphia, who
r -M. Lignier; Gah.illi1.: Li ri' nicr; U'. Baron Fashier that he had wi-hed to overturn It is not for us to say any thing; of the part : j informed him that he had: obtained the letter priestly order." h No min to occupy more who thronged around [him, recalled -
Alemberl-!M.\ Liguier, and :M.\ Kdouard I had, iii the editorial labors of the than ,; him to his senses, and he suddenly
the government establ sited by the char.j we Telegraph j jf aLoe reiVrre-d to, and if ibo dopouont would culiivales. .\ld" no man is to be. ,
i D'Alcmbert, his brother, assistant counsel; i ter; replied thai he had acted for ihe good of f fin : : 3T1'32-3-4-5-6. 'be'l'imes would scctas 1'ho j with him, he would show him from whomi queath his property to his children." It is to |apologized for( the conduct of the Feer.

Prsi-M. Lignior; Bure- M. Lignkr.The ; the nation in endeavoring to cause the princi ;' if it wished i to insinuate: : that our connection: ;i''he got i, :and within the distance of a few be give to the Democratic loafers: Q. j ," isU of Boston i in the war. He si
r then ordered the decreed ,
f, -I president pie: of the sovcrignty of the people to be up. I| with the Telegraph had some in the'; yards, they met said RUton; who is persrnll.Iy Would not the j,'' there was a war party and a peace party
1 agency loafers like
: : constituting! the Chamber of Peers into acourt Whig to come i in and that the were as true
lie refused [ well known said peace
; party
pcrmost. any limber explanalions. to deponent, who was p
hi. of justice, and the act of accusation to j i i i'I going down of that journal. To this we have pointed as the person from horn said (Gi- for a share ? ots, and a dear lovers of their
be read : but as our readers are s already acc I nothing: to say. We miy: say, however, thai' \ What be > the war Erery one of tteftace
Count Montholon was next interrogated dcon( obtained the said letter, and that said 1 ought to. thought of a [press and j !! part
p i1' r quaiuted with the nature of{it t, i it is only ncccs- j He admitted thai he had followed Prince ;, 'the nnnner: in which the Telegraph 1 was' Riton was very pale and agitated, and said[ of a party that gravely puts t forth such trash 1 party (he exclaimed) trouJd"" hategonetotM
accused with
sary to observe that the having Louis j lo Bologne! and had: been induced:! ] t to :j 'conducted in those years, met the approbation; i something which the deponent was unable to to enlighten the public mind?* 1. death for their country!
the'fith l last been of i iMr.
u' of
; guilty an
q {' 'on ( August do so from the paternal Feetion( he felt for! *of men of whose! approval any man might, be understand. I j Is it not lamentable to see such men a

1- Attempt, the object the of which was to either excite to j him. He hid gUile lo London: 0:1: his personal -J'I ]proul!. I Shortly afterwards:, this deponent dcibcr.1 .Van nUI'CI and the Last '\ ar. t!}I Ogden Hoffmen descend to such base courses

J the destroy citizens or change to arm against government the royal authority Hairs: often, and with had the whom occasion of seeing the< ]| "The editor of the Floridian! ," says the ately renttle said letter, and minutely examined I Unusual pains has been taken by the Whig'' to advance the interests of a parry. The

or to excj'.Q; ; piyil I war by arming, or in inciting prince He I knew he of discoursed on 'l'isten"is honest but unfiJft unate." Unfortunate : same, and came to the conclusion: I I !press at the South, to make the people believe -1: Federalists, the Peace party of 1312-16,
politics. nothing ,
Boulogne the said
M the citizen; inhabitants: to arm, one: against projects. In journey which he had stnsin in being on the weak >:dc ; uufurtnc I letter was in the handwriting ofM. 1 l that Mr. Van Burc.i was of the Federal 1 ;: who opposed the War and the Democratic

;i the other charges which were provide tor by j Belgium, he had been permitted to send act Hate in not having sufficient( tact to keep on !' of: Baltimore Jefiers, Deputy that High Constable of the corrc..1pOlldt city j j' party at the time of the declaration of war, ', party to the very verge ot treason, are lauded

: .t articles (JJ7; 88, 89, and !01) of the penal code leis( from the prince to some persons, but he t that side which has the 10 ives and fishes at its ;' with him; he having is familiar frequently with the hand. and during its continuance. The followingextract as pure patriots, while :Mr.\ Van Burcn,, who

,. .The rea ling of of two the hours act of accusation after which t! oecu.the: wr.s i ignorant of their contents. He had em. I command ; and perhaps the editor of the I,I writing of said Jcffcrs and at the time of taking from a speech of Mr. Talmadgc, see 1-1!I supported the war from first to last, I de-
i1 pied upwards ; barked
.r court adjourned, for halfan hour, and the pris. without knowing the object of the expedidon. ,Times may think we arc doubly unfortunateif this deposition, has in his possession sev ator from New York, and now one of the :' nounced on a false charge that be the
I was only but a few moments before able crab !letters from said Jefiers which letters I leadws of the Federal i opp .
oners withdrew. I J not being or willing, like some others, he Whig party, will showwhat war in conjunction with those pa

Colonel Voisin: being still a sufferer fromhi project.landing that He thc did prince not remember informed whether him ofhis ,I! to keep on both sides, so as to share the spoils now exhibits whom before the Justice of the Peacebefore I he thinks and knows on that subject.So triots. If f falsehood and bareness, inconsistency

i u is wounds, requested permission to retire {I I the prince had made auy observation thereon !j of both. '1'Irisisourrnisfor/unelil'Ihc'1'ime i s This deponent this affidavit further stales is made., that well known is the course pursued by Mr. I. and hypocracy, can: surpass tbat,*I
of the act of accusation having
before the reading Hn was not aware that the prince had ap. 1 choosos so to designate it. IVc consider it exhibited said letters to the postmaster of this+ Van Buren ia relation to the war, that we |I I have never yet seen it.

Was Prince finished} Louts, which Napoleon was granted.asked permission pointed him a major general of his army. If[ I ra'her a matter of pride. Dill' rcn. menhave city, in the presence of cv.crl gentlemen r cannot bring ourselves to believe otherwise I' One might b prepared net to b surprised

his name appeared nt the bottom of the proclamations different tastes, all the world the said it than that the Whig is t''' W
over. postmaster his press win ;
a to address the court when he read {from a i expresses as opinion propogiting at such a thing, in a I bank.Lugbt press
I written paper the following -specch-uFor declares that it was he totally unknown to him. Ho I' Honest but unf rlunntc." U'e cannot thai the letters shown him by firs deponent t, its conductors. know to 0 f false : I, for an individual standing and character lib
never set these dociimenls .
I a the First tjm) in my Jife it was at length until he arrived at eye Boulogne.on His- say this of the editor of the Times. He i isdu'uLly bearing in the the !signatiirn of the said Julfurs, are The war of 1812, between the U. States Ogden Hoffman, it is humiliating to hum

matted to mo to raisn my voice in France, uniform( was on board, because the i i fortunate, according to his view nf tin C same from handwriting ul'llle one which In'received and Great Britain, found him in the Senate of> '. nature. What deterioration of public
+ presioevening + s [ m
t I- and to peak (freely! to Frenchmen. Notwith. !I fixed I Philadelphia which he .subsequently this State. was here that his talents showed
in both sides I

x he was to have gone to a ball in matter, getting snugly on ; returned to the from whom must have taken place, before such an exh
standing the guards who surround? me, notwithstanding I I person most conspicuous. Beset by f foes without
uniform. "It would have been of the fence.
an act of [
I ho received it. bition could made before a public
the accusations that 1 have cow.1 I and enemies within, the b a.bly
:! presented to
ardice, said he, "not to have landed with j::: !Uut again we ask, why this attack on us ? The deponent farther saith, that the the of the countr ?
heard /Ued) with the rcmcmborance of folow.iug eye patriot a gloomy
just ) I
the o'hers. I could not have abandoned: the: 'j Was it deemed ncccsslr.ufier the late arc the contents of he prospect t.i.
hoOd elm|I. ( said letter Unaided or but partially aided the '
my earlies djl) in again finding myself prince at such a moment." II al'orccrrcd by General i. "A come to Jud,met.-A
oft this the midst II litmus of zeal in favor of Van Burcn and to : Government, we were called Danie
within the wall senate, In ; The replies of the other parties inculpated' upon to keeper having a dispute with another
'of you whom' I know, gentlemen I cannot be were nearly( to the same effect{ and the trial 1 I Democracy, to hold out a signal{ to HeadQuarters "Dear lalmorr, Oct. 9, 1840. I provide the means to repel the invader, both i.i. referred the question in debate to the de
lives that it w necessary for mo justify myself which i is still proceeding is expected to occupy in tho Territory that all was right, a with our friendsthis I by sea and by land. The patriotic Tomp. of a creature who was 1

here, nor JthaJt yo'y .con be my judges. A to)1' several days. and as it was before 1 If so, we can assure morning, who informed me that you can kins was then at the head of siffairs in' this on halfwite log
'entri to to I scud five hundred men here for the Mayor State ; nnd with an eye that never slept and premi. the
occasion if presented me explain 1 is 1 said he to W
lh editor of tho
Times us right
I to the interrogations he persistedin ++ that it was a work of election
answer zeal
lo my fellow citizen !ray conduct, my rcsolu on next Monday week. If you can that never tired, he devoted himself to the
lions, my projects what, I desire. If, with.! exonerating his follovveres from all knowledge 1. snpcltrrogation-nothing, of the kind was re possibly do so, use every exertion to do it ; service of his cOuutr-. Ab Bran rendered} pleton.' the .

'! 'out .j>nde,* without- weck'iess' I recall the of tho designs, and refused all farther{ quired.Or for, as regards the Mayor in Baltimore, it is I him more ejicienl aid than MARTIN VAN ': You a in is the Mr.rht sir, right wa!' de.de ry.'And

M tight* placed fa f.the hands of my family, tonly is explanations.: The case for the prosecutionclose was it deemed expedient, as things all important to the electoral vote in the State. l BUREN.) In yonder SeiJa Chamfer, his I the other why i
which \ disputant.
after M.
,Iopeak of the,duties that these rights on Wednesday, behalf BerrYefir looked a little squally at the North for Van "The men that you ,send ought to hail from I eloquence was often hrd in favor ofprovi* Because he lets me lick the -'lau81
of the
the Prince
addressed court on
ta.iatoeodbtt upon us'all., 'For fifty years Buren and the throw this city, a far as possible. ding .n and granting supplies carry .. honestly-
lIe contended. that Democracy, to an anchor I t o pIe replied the arbiter,
Montholon.\ the. .
Count You will also the (War vr
the principle! of the sovereignty of the see importance of this th ,'and.t feed and clothe our half.dad *
basin been declare I 00'of the of! to windward as u protection against the We it the ticking of the
k Prince : pale when learn that was
has been consecrated in 'rance't by : : you sinco the taking,of ol; while some of his guess
JWffc *
persecu! :
the law'could not be tried by the law, and bit: Harrison breeze ? This also was last the te peenl FIorida editor that
over onsets cen.t" .Council to openly rejoicing; ,at BtoppW a certain c'ver
'jka.W:4 ** powerful revolution ,effected, i in b electenow tr. we th of our I
denounced the government) of July ta the saryThe thing i is perfectly understood have he division of the and the "Be
tJae wQddt Dever,hu the national will [been icrly [ all wi ; ifthey,j'ams secretly imploring ,success on t "Granny Harrisou" into

more solemnly. ,proclaimed, never been -more cause of the Priucas crime, if crime he had around, and will be properly explained at it, they,may cut it up in such a manner 5 tle:cnemy.. t/e of Tippecanoe and eTa s.t' ?


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Mechanical I the measure, in hOIC lo gull the tho Philadelphia, Sentinel, 1 IL A;'coOPi jjjc : "
ffe ,ubli5hfrom abolition whigs to unite with specie HANKEY OR: Tjl&EN BY THE1NDLIF8. D D4Tto
article the application otressod currnc of her tho of the i .th l of VicesS1CIAN tit'the emiizeoJ orra .
jniercsting on them and secure the success of the will put cargo ON nifbt I2U.> UnV oose
aD thereby b rsul \ despatch lor Mr<- Charity' Manning Wing attacked and SUflOEOa8UOND11T'Office .
air, to produce motive power. tory candidates for the offices of president kept at the per > or pMUgft plundered by the Indiibs, tho following in Col Wl.lnrit 8fdWi unii&irs.i ;
C lPp wcek elapses but we sex;some nccounlt vice-president, and still b able to. say, which this ( Betlon If Fisher (as near recollected,) were carried away among Dr. D. wilt be happy jttl.a< aia,'I\ '
Not a branch of his proTeui o. .,H. hat et .J'tl I
improvements in the mechanic, arts, we did not d.it.' 1842. the articles and all persona are forbid trading for aliea'Jon to diseases W Ibo Tetb AJ"N.eh .. "
the 14 did as ptenJ to hare them renew i
modifications of the application of'Lsical Here we have it distinctly assorted, by a Major Eaton ed. pipers ., Affections of the bead and face. ,I diarepireift .

new while these Abolition Lieutenant Governor, that though : ; One Noti made payable lo May Manning or perform an limo orJirary of eHrtofdinaTT pcraLion..otientiatry -
: Can it be that Whig .
f ST. hELENA: in nell and 'uh.tan'ialmaumaet.l
power. a
industry was I bearer, for Litton dated
hundred and dollars
the fifty ,
r improvements arc going there is a ",near affinity/ between )principlesof : for I IMS above 3rtth He baa a SPLENDID COLLECTION of the beat
ylSi and go on in the path I April 1CJ-), and due M Jan. 1842 t.carirgJiI.rc.t
and I sciences l./ijgs and AMilioniils; ; and that of t For f fci;lit fir from ]J..t Jan. 1840( at ten t-rnl per ARTIFICIAL TEETH. .
physical Calhoun per
mechanical arts union
in the ( I I ( ( Caption board, : The same to which was awarded the premium at
03 annum.
I of the Democratic are
shall the science of government and the principles party destroy all & ORMOND.: the act Fairol the American Institute, ind which
through 'antipodes I() both." And it is so. Mr. \' es, and the: ]() Port Leon. One Note payable to J. W, Iljgui or btarcr for he will insert in such a way t1aUfel wllI.u! natural -
retrogade ? shall the people, I I one hundred dollars, dated in January or Ftbroary the
moral useful for all
: in
and purposes
to the Camp is lcading Whig, and a leading Abo.i to England: IJ3l'), due 1st Jan. 1041 1, Signed, appcaiancc sitls-
iorancc, apathy or corruption, yield 'I of mastication.: If they do not give perfect
Power, litionist. He knows the almost identity of (that slipped the : : >, Ilallit mas- JAMES COUEL. faction, nothing will b- charged for the or.ratlor.
jaudio-js: blandishments of the Money I to bathe I I I : !, aultl.e fir"llo One Nato payable to Reuben Manning or bear TELTH PLUGGED, CLEAN ED,fee. & .
d views between tho Abolitionists
and tamely yield their right of self.govcrn-! ', fueling n ( of 200,000 For freighter er, for sixty dollars. dated in January or February D. I D. intends inane big 'home in T.Hahaiee,
religious -; and the Whig ef the North end |> army I I C-ipL on board, 15J40 and due 1st Oct.ensuing-
think it. We have a |, great party ; and he expressly warrants all his Denial Operwliona'o
We the claims of
? cannot I
went j : & FiSHER Signed", JOSEPH FAIR. '
the march of mind, of i the success of the one he considers suc. j she and One Note made lo .. \ or give present and permanent satisfaction. Q '
i Hsgan
that pleases, payab'e DID.'s
___ ___ ____ Ladies wailed on al their dwellings, oral ;
and fTo\'ernment, Is still on. cess of the other. macy in the bearer duo one day alter date and ilatrd 31st of rcsidei- at Mrs.Chandler's.Exnminalion .
morals\ religion Mardi :35. w. GLEXX.
working of the new'nru We have also his confession that there is I lie contented Signed, and advice rati.. 12 ort 17
in e pl.t co. i iI i Also a Note :t.ae payallc to E. E. Blackburn or .
of deInuIIliZ3t10: JIItroduced, withinthe but a "small rrinH lg" of Democrats a.i I home an article I I eli! -ILly fihu.I bearer for luclvc hundred ant cihty Jolbrs.datcdI7lh CbrU-C8 or the Adclphi Hotel,

demcnt into our social und po.liticaJ the Abolitionists. Thisc have no can buy abroad for I)I : ; the ceiilre ui Jan. 1 Itl3J. due Ibt Jan. 13-12, bearing infcrot Sel'tN11b 1, 1840.- .
Last twenl.v vear moiig only correct one I L'-on. A litJI al ten per cent per annum from Jan. 1/1840 pay Board and Lodinf by the day, 32 SO _
doubt, is also the fact. Those Abolitionistswho .a oCcurit,. We 00 #
fabric. glory of the !i able in pur money a'id cn or-icd on the bark by Dinner

; CorrCs .nudenL at one time were attached to the Demo. | : a favorable r. F:. B'a.'! kburn. Si-rneJ GEO. GRAVES.: Supper, 50 ,,,,
from our Paris I it must be The above note belongs! to Joseph Maiming. Break fat t, 75 -s,
POWER.c cratic party, finding that they have nothing to & Onj1O '*. 50 '
MOTIVE: 14.l.gillg, .
II'ltESSJ:1m .s lIi i\1:o a Conditional; OSIi: :atiou ngain It.IJt.l C.

Co: distinguished, engineers; and other hope from that party, in carrying out their! Whigs who I: 15----- --1C- Hurst, for tin titles of two lots of I-md, and Ivvp ,I B'jtrd and Lodging Ci) 00 per month.,. .
t-ml 1 I I 50 00
Sic attended on Saturday to witness Abolition views, have: thrown then selves into \. :. town lots Troupviilc, Georgia; willi! several receipts by thcq .
men > ought to Board without Lodging, 45 00
I I for Holes, placed! in the t-aid Ilerst's tndi t tCor to
Tries of experiments on compressed, at the arms of the Whigs, who promise them aid paper credit -Ol1'COLT October 3'l'iHl', a collection.: Dated 3J Sept. 1810.( I. II I. bjr the t\r.\ 3 i 00 .4while
a of M. Perricr and Co. : : Children! and colored servants, half prier;
and It. IIUP.ST.AI..o.
establishment assistance. Signrd
] batk! to
,elate and 1.gs :
they can :"
of the various ---- --- Iiiatinn! Bend Tho- B. servant; fullh1oi.c price.
The inventor new the saJdlc.: an or given by
i Chaillot JTIr. IVfbstcr.Mr. tire satisfaction. : by Heeling of the feed, arh meal, $( 50
Republi- Tfias Jasper county
and ingenious modes of applying this power, Webster says that the question of I other in I II I subscriber! exptlIcs.at h't. lo make a title! of onc fourth league of land to thFubirriLer '> by the day 1 00 per day.
well known in the things t I l 00 nii/nlh.
\udraud a gentleman rcco.ling IIY llie m>>nth, 25 per
'1. and his receipt for expenses and -
world began exhibit.L the currency is one on which one administration rich directly. A : Callrl!Ies each, 37 1-9
scientifiC and literary LF.X \:) Deed, w'licli: Ie'ilS t'' forward me where I
small carriage, which 1 wus sent 1:1: mo. is going out and another coining in ;" put 8150 in his ;> live in )Montgomery county, Texas.Signed I 'Ire'. Sinai's. 50 month.
a the 10 00
ing ; compressed stir on a small railway he says further, that Harrison; is the THO. B. IIEELIXG.A ,! by < month. per Limo
11) r weeks he w ill be in Gentlemen will be charged in aW cases by .
: .
lid down for the purpose of this. carriage, learfr of: our standard. and yet a few notes large !' Till'lIhaS'1 A!No, othor papers ml r roIIrcleJ: and. of I: diy! uu!'sn they stipulate I for a longer period.
to oll-er but !ii.
no importance all Ct
v person
[ my of
down several times at therate i :Accouif to be settled al the M.d
and arc expected
moved up after the first he *, they
waS days making oL.crmliol, A six : JfA-r MAXXIXG.Ocl.'S .
a pillow. month. 7 tepll
1 hour. 1 lie "de.id loiters." every
of about 23 miles an air, declared, to another meeting of the people* I would i 1C10. i I '
only at about 25 atmospheres Ayres I Jon!: I NOTICE.
compressed is little marc than one third I of the I pow.1T that he did n-t know what were ( cn. Har i high prices, that Jauifs I/.fil at the same Imo: and pi ire, the following }! )URING 'my ab.-ence from iho Territory, Co!. /

Inch be compressed without rison's opinions in relation to this question of : J'-s B papers belonging to Chanty :U.l niIg.; j:, Dav.d: I" Wilson is my authorised Attorney
not i
which it can arc
Bro Messrs nlac". .A.R.STEIIIE.'iS. .
: w : One Note made payable to Charity Manning or ,
is contained in a proof the Can even the most credo j\ W40.
currency any II: iai Tallahassee. Aug 17. ft
danger explosion gross ignorance I bearer f rone hundred dollars dated in Aug"--t or
gvhuder reservoir,which supplies the pistons ulous of human beings believe this; miles give countenance i llriiucvk September iLXIT.due: one day after date. \ 'rfii "Viiiii1acior.

for I ; Esq MAY MAXXIXGAlso rHlUE Subscriber continues to on Ihl ahoy; .
as a believe Signed, CitifY
m the same: way locomotIH'-- the fact be, as many persons ,
that two of these cylin. Nominal: prices : : !" :ld U'y II two 111 tes due Charity; Manning, ore for JL husini-as in all its brunches and keeps constantly
)1 1. \nnraud slates ofalucomo.tuc that Gen. Harrison: really has no definite: ill the reward of l: ; one hundred and fifty dollars wilh: a credit of forty oil hand a general assortment which be offers .

it-ware sufficient for the supply views or opinion: : on the sul lct. Mr. Webster : Ir" Jennet doll ire, date not recollected bull: in ISJI or W3:. I at v. ho'esa'o! or retail. t"suit purchaser
f;r several miles: 0:1: a railwiy; and: as !I gets( a-dollar a day Esq the other note for forty dflIars.tu! Jan. 1.1339. WM. !u. FRANCIS,*

compressed almost without, expcnse is, however, wing to make him the 1 I res, he would : Luke i mJ'IA(1'G( t Scp CO 9 ___ Munroe sired.'
;ircanl llC j get Signed : I ____ ____ ____ ___
wherever t h.is a steam or even standard bearer"' ol the l .\rty in the, con- But the \'r !loltrt Also t cme Note or Due-bill due Charity Manning: Strayed or Stolen,
I' per. I ton l R G fr hundred dollars: dated I U3l I 1S"J3 as near
a windmill to work the machinery, fresh test, and this can only be from a certainty on l have: no doubt in ; T W as recollected.one ,Signed, or FIJOM the subscriber, OT the 10th inslant.a

charred} cylinders can be kept ready at sta. I his pail I, that whatcver may be Gen. I Hanisou's i.'i i produce more of | l't li'\ :3wll' RKUBEX: MAXXIXG.Marshal's I HORSE about six years old, fourteenhanims
branded the left shoulderwith Iho -
high ,
lions?and applied to the !locomotive, this bungcrsv views: now, if he had no definite ones,. i forts of life than: J G cellll"W! Sale. !Idler 0,blaCk inane amid tail. The said horse formerly -
been invented, 7 Is in. r'n'e ..-. j I virtue of Iwo writs of fieri favus i s-n-d out I
Inch have pfiil. \ i I --.i g. -.::1 il.r. ; .' .. JJY belonged to Mr. XV. Taylor. A 'liberal re-

cation of a regulator by hich air is supplied 1 I him a mere tool, to be used as the party shall I : u'.v : i J" 5 oi-eat lie I'Jll''OVaWinfl/U/licUiJli qj j'J.r.cI' ?'J. ,, .v.-. \"\ ill k given for_the delivery.. of time said
i : ? L. k C. ond the other ** f f St 1-W% T
wages Dcmilly nt the s'til of XX'i!I. l
vitli Ilfailwg: regularity; and ccrtai-ity, and 1 choose. John ; _se..t 26 9 JetTcrdonstreetTalIaliassee.
liam Billiard fur the of the Union Bank
use r.f'lo.rida
which is under the full control' of the enpnecr. -: But what a Ply, and what a standard: ,I What the ,, : Win\V U v!!. J I. Demilly I have levied upon, and on- ,j IVOTICJC. -

and in the mode of diluting the air[ :j bearer, and what a leader Here we ha\e is a currency that J: Ii. Mary 2 the twcnty-fifth day of Xovru.bcr next, being Wednesday i I: mAKES JL uj; and tolled before XV. C. CampbeH,

l\ heat, so is to cause grent economy. In I' : cst amount of :: \! at the Court House at Taltlh'I! .e". within; a Ju.-tie of the Peace fur the C.unty of
standard bearer, the would.be Executive the usual hours ofsa'.e shall : Leon on the 2J..t day August, 181) littler
d'llauVair! it is : fur the puril e oflocomnti [ tie life. That Esq proceed to.-el! LOTS; 'j by
necessary ;Jnf XUMBKRED!: : THIRTY-SIX Barefoot, residing in the second Tallahassee
officer of ., I ., THIR7T-X1X.:, or
be done groat people, wishing: to (I
that i' should ) ii.I : Esq
rapid.lv g. District:
<):, very ; \ ith varying FORTY-FOUR and FOilTY-SEVll.V the'North : of said Coim'y' a small chestnut Sorrel

for otherwise the speed cannot be' keptup. I to power without any tkfinftc l (opiaion; on I \ I .Esq I halfoftime Courly Unaiter. within the City I Horse, aged abo'it nine years, with small saddlo

Il cannot: b dilated in the cylinder or the great subject of cor.tcjt, ai.cl the produced by a Janitu E'l of Tallahassee, togt-.her with all the BUILDIXGS i| marks, and a small blaze in !his face, valued at fifty
of 1"dC:, except by he ) : a-.d IJIPROVliMEXTS: thereon erected. I dollars! by E. L G. Ti.'Jinghast, S. N. Daniel and
, reservoir without great danger explosion;; of the party under the chieftain de. James: Jas.
seriously' Then the labor Dr) Lur..n I.C\i"J u.o-i, : as tie property of th" said J. L. Barry, sworu appraiscrs-wfl said Horse, if
ami by the ordi.iary process only the extern.iid that he docs ; I Drnnlly, and to he sold not claimed within the time
daring not know what are theopinions II to satisfy ti! <5 a fores.iid i prescribed by law,
I surface of t e air imm diutly exposedthe 1 banker, the ( Josepli executions according to law. \ will be advertised and sold agreeably' to tic! acts of
} action of heard i is rapidly dilated, the in. I his chief, on .the subject in question. gambler, gets its I : Jim Jii.V Dated 21th Ocl.lIHO. '! LImP Legislative! Council in such! case made and *oroVltled. -

ternal molecules air a bar uctor LEIGH READ, Manual, 1. McRiH: ,Clerk.
being co" ,, Maj P
requiring: groat lime for dilation. )I. A I.: I Can the thing be possible ? I If it be, we, is regulated by Ilcv Oct 24 13 bv J. I"'. KACIILER, I II. M.5O Sep3. 18-10. 2n 6 By W.C. CAMMED D. C.eekwilb's .

draud gc'sridofall this? difficulty by passing;; I can w inch it is the more disj .'tor. the j : \hss; C Dollars Hcward. Iills.
scarcdtcllo A SUPPiY of this
I the supply. 1 S STOLEN from the subscribers! celebrated icmedy for DysA. -
the air through a >cry :long spiral tube immersed .. j graceful, the Standard 1carer! or the Lead: I I II G .:, place on the 12ih instaiit a very Noted pcpsia, warranted fresh and 'l'&uue.: Just

in Ihjiliug lead, and in this way the I cr himself, the field jtt! nicy for the ilariugs.'a In the measure : Dr I P dark bay Stallion, about cven received and for sale by

hole is dilated. in: the twelfth part of a sec. -- t----- stability and fite | lrs Elizabeth _. :; .ij,. ycar> old, 13 hand high his 'Irfl forefo _nuly-tb, 1S40 RAi\DQLPIT& LEV/IS. .

wid a rt".er\oir of the piston, whereas the Rut tlien: it was said that wo desire to possible, it should f : Mrs K C '.t is black the other three i is white, a very slim K BBLS. OLD 1ic'z1PTtW'jj; : Y
V 4 horse, and his form Indicates! a cry fleet hvuc. Il fV for sale by MILLER & ROIVLES
same quantity of air uudilated gi,cs only ** make an assumption: by the general goernmcnt the yar .stick or 1i 1i 1( David iJ twenty Dollars will!( be given for 'the horse and Port Leon, 18lh Sept. 1840.Strayed. g

2.200. Another of the experiments was in of all these state debts. Now there !i i impossible, we 15'4 Dr J i: fiTly D .lIar$ f r tl.o horse and Thief delivered! at _, _ -_ )

an air cannon. Halls were thrown from is not : particle of foundation for it-noih. J Jim! L 2 this place All information corn-erniii! them will XI Ihe Subscriber this 24th June, a Iarg
which; at t a distance of 250 yards, broke in U in the world to justify it ; and I dont know greatest stability P M b<. I thankfully c..i".d. VIULET' POWELL.Tallahassee -, Hor"r; he formerly' be.'i! ngcd to-Air. &k- :

the roof of a building and lodged with great "a man in Congress: that entertains the opin. I with convenience. Dr't N Oct 20 13 If. Carty, of Si. Marks, and is believed, now to be in :
i Jos Tho Georgia Constitutionalist will give the that .
ftircc. a wall, although the air was compressed I" ion, or ever did, I that Congress has the constilulional !jcy, with a : : ?l n C above three insertions forward their b'll' to this lor the nthrhl-orhood.delivery "f said A liberal H..rsc reward to will house be i iu given th ..

to only 20 utmo pheres. M. .An. power to assume the state debts, I! Paper portion Ma>ler Jack! ofiii-e. cil.V. C.my P.1\lAIIER. s

ilwud proposes that batteries i ii: towns shall or could exercise it if she had the power.. ;between the! ; fn l.odge IVotice. Tallahassee, Aug 4 G if _

he worked air instead of I" -. hereby caution all pen>ons fn m trading: for a
by compressed pow.ler Why Congress: might as justly! assume the' I tween the dealer Samuel I of hand A Valuable Sugar & Cotton Plantation -
note given In T. Hag.in
by me
< the expense, where there is power or private debts of an i individual-she ash I B or for Sale.
may I mass of I : 1l.'art'-lIom! tune in March or Apri'', a* the consideration .
wiiiJ: to conpres: the air, being, according well assume the [bonds of M r. Astor as the currency t J XV for which said r.oc111I given ha: failed! TilE'u"FcriberYi" 1 sell his plantation on the

ta I. P uni'! only oie: 7oth of that of pow.dor '. bonds of New Y' rk."-Daniel \\ clsliriti I .1 Cvlliratid l B end I dtJ rut intend to pay it, unless! 'nmpr).." by l side ofSuwanee river at the Old town-

/ and compressed by a steam engine: : a. ...trcct.Is the Maine (.' I I \! erire" 2 law. JOJiX J, COV1XGTOX. Madison: county, Florida. This land was purchased
ural I
of I>q Ocr.31 1810. 14lfWanted. in Ie33, al rob icS:1f'! at a price tOO
tout SOth Andraud that acre ground
one :1 imagines it not strange that Mr. Webster; should I : Dr J I i'I ) 'higher than any other lands old at that time.-

field artillorv. may 1)1 worked in the same make such an ascrlifJ, when be.knows, or[ I j, that he raises : I Mrs LS'za'jclIi They were selected! with great care and trouble ;

manner, as the horses, in drawing the guns to ;jbrcad-stuff-i, fir I I I : George A J steady industrious overseer to take charge cf and 'lie confidently! asserts thai they are hot lur-

tic! field, would by the motion ol the wheel- ought to know, that the specific proposition' (every kind of gar i it I ; t\I-Y.: : 1'. :M. 1.ill a plan'alion lo with exercise 4i working hands, one who pnsFed by any lauds in Florida! -tfte growth of .
be required a general
j 1\\ Supetiiiltn- ;
fill; was made ii: Congress; by Mr. Gentry of t home : which consists of SAVCCI sum. wild cherry, mulberry
all the reservoirs iiece :ary for a long consumption I: j P.ipcr i duiicy over the whole 1'100"e.P.ly: at tbs: G:.ce.j wahoo, majJe! live '?
magnolia oak
Thu ext experiment was 0:1: the Tennessee.: He also knows that his friend i i i his own pork, and : |'J.ir.| IrUllt.rial. j T.dala! !!-pc. Oi-t. 20. 13 If. J growtU cano. Tho tract contains and lInd ofwhich r- :
: and Dt'iix*, -- --- 1,396.16, power 01 cotim'reed; aim in raiMiig water cith. Mr. Southard, in the debate iu the Scnatc on, j potatoes, (o'(rl. .Medium --it..bt.I.. there has teen cleared 275 acres. The land

or fur the supply of towns or for the draining )Ir. Ueiiton's resolutions, said, that be '!'ing. useiiil ; I : : Po.-l Clfico l'a'i! i it) I. r'ct Ve1! >wl Pine lum. I.I}5 one mire on the river, and to ar.d a half miles! ;'
faffiiarkhes I : and : I UttellUUU l.rr. coriii,lirig or'KIoor- back, abut :0 miles from the moulh of the ri- ,
&c. by) I er.
tm ics, by very ap. i |
column of : sl11 to would not say. Jo the Ilariugs: that Congress cow and makes: I I I in:: XX'cathor boarding and framinp : jtllicr withcrOff Il is never subject to overflow. One-sixth of the -
faratu a water a
was would not assume: the State: debts." He also 1 : HAYWAHD.iitf !I other kind of Lumber, j'jst' received from p'lrdla money tu be paid in cash, and the balanco .L-
height of 7:feet. accomplishes by ; l: \XValkiT null's! and fur Sjio for CiA," orJv, tirtier in five uI'lalannnal iuxtalmrnls with intcrcsl. H.

--- j(-- -- knows that be himself evaded giu.ig; his opinion j acre of ground. ; --- I i at St. Marks or al Port lori, on application to will! lake, for I".rl'J! the puicl-as-e money. tunics

Wr. Wru on that point although strongly pressed on I cords of ma!>u re, I ALBERT I K. ALPTXANDLR. at fair prirrs. For further p=rticular* apply to C.
: "TiR would make out jlhat he i
0'11Itlll' S.
: : ; ( \ Si'jfry Ksfir.Ta'Iabesfet- .
j ?l. Marks Oct 21. 13 31. > the subscriber at
it Mr. XVri ht. And be knows turn, thirty or
JC\XT: : ticurd, while he was i.i lingland, exccpt by certainly : old, a.Jjr>t rate I --IHu.. ArvinsTA7ESTABLISHMENT L 'TI"nY St. A ugu=till-If by mail, postage (to b; paid
from. that be himself, and every in I be Senate sixty or *e\'elty; : plain! (..uk. 'l Tlie' ALEX: XVATSO.V.
American, any suggestion in re. Whit vegetables, and l : glod [louse Ser I ( ,. September, 1310( 9 3oNntics.
but and
htion, to the Assumption (If the State Debts., v.ic, cut run \ vote care hinted. Such is :: per ft ctly healthy.! m In subscriber ha. juj.1 r"coivo.lJ.l FULl. AS-

*, ', on, to .ivud expressing an o:>::nioi: 0:1: the sub. ,, ; : I : t o-'t 17 J1 soRTlmxTtt"ZiooIiK, ( tatlusary.CoIlsiiting A<3-, .. _
; farm .
( .clllilltd.ltlccliu
} tIll f'I'l Government. Such u thing," -- ,, IIf- & LL those having claims against the Estate of .

" is possible ; bit the letter of the IJariiigs; to jcct. -; *. BLANK BOOKS: .\l Benjamin Mt-tcalf deceased, will please present
I ) 1Itinct. John
their agent ia this country, suggesting: : I Ilarrisoiiism anil oultiern I'riiiciplcsatul /t a j'>ubic! ) ( 1 : Co-itily deceased! I Medium D 'rni ar.d Cap.-LcJgcrll. Juum.!". Day them to the Subscriber properly authenticated
tie Hllt.all1.0 indebted
R. Mmriir, J"rpa ) Books, I Invoice Books, Rncwls, Receipt Books. are to said E talc.will cometirw.mrd
plan, is dated four flays afturthu date of Mr.. \ l.oUt','. !Moutirrlio! on the l ; : : ; sii.\\hoart' -il, witu*\Vil- j B.ink BIt ks, Note Book, Bill B.'S-PY2bC and! and p.iy the lame.R.

Webster's legal opinion, relative to the POWCI Our readers are aware thai Major EATON Holier. the following: : [ >' any to receivable. Mcmorin-luni' Book, &e., &c. J. ILXCKLEY,
p.iymeiil I' SCHOOL BX( :KS Agent for A. 3ktcalfAdmitiistrator.
( f the State Governments to issue State ...1 I has conic out as a warm Harrison I ad.ij'ttd1t'sI.! : : 18-10.
Uan.I fi.
tloc .!\ tI, Tint ( I II An:t-lPs School Classicsst-ri's, Vos I loC.SmitliVArilli'nclic 'lo'IJ 2m' 6otfec.
Here 'is a coincidence at least, calculated jj'Tliis I in itsell i is lot of the slightest itnpor- .i of the death of ': I : I ; and Grammar, XX'oodtridjrc's Geosjra.phy .

excite suspicion and cat doubt on what Mr. Lance, so far as regards his influence on the "rt't. ___ and AtlaF.Villud'tI Geography anil Atla!, t LL perpons indebted to lie!, Estate of Isaac -

election. He has iris and that t. 1 1'o1n'cJ. Tliat } I: OIIl Y'1i Gcoprap hy and Alias, Walker's Dictionary : I Gage, a re hereby rcqucalt-d to settle tlm sane
Webster may say. And we arc ihe less in. uwn vote, we lurl'hy.e IKIMS I : -, ill.-Jed out of I'bJfair's EieiidI.iy's: Al;!brn, VwIpyV! Gietk imuiKliulrly, and al! those l.aviI'demacds rrillprcsinl !

dined to place : credit on an\ thing he r dare say, is about the extent of his influence. amiable, frank aid, ( I !! : tuit .f Fellows: Grammar, Jacob's Girek Granunar Jacobs Greek tlieiii forsctllcmrct.
any Chlccnird : G.:rardin, Alt Reader Adam's Latin GraIll Jar, :II"flal Spelhnjr!:
am IL J.
Hut the course he has taken in relation: to ;
way say, after his declaration at Patchoguc., I ; : cd I have levi d Bo.. -
p > Book :
I II fciniTciy do uc / : : Elementary Spollinir k. Copy Books, sep 5 __2'n_ __ f Adntini tr31or.
that lie was not a Federalist but a Jcflcrsonian!:I i certain lines of policy in the administration anJ I In* country \' djy of Xovemb Slates, PinuiU, Cyphering! n.o'c 1C.

Democrat! After that, Mr.I Webster uidhis i of the Government, shows us of the South Reholvj-iJ, That : :, 'ouit I House at S'PATIONAUY : AUIV FALL 4. WLTERTBl 00/8..
irlejrrity of |i'irpos"" : ; I ol sa'i'! I shall! Hud-on'., I'utN: r'lI. Ames' and lIu b3rd.I best l I'K suKscnbcrs nrc ricivin.by1ateerrjvafi J

friends surely cannot expect credit to be given what he, Major Eaton, thinks of the Harrison !. had few superior( : : :( TWO HUX- Writing and letter Paper ; Envelope: Unming JL from New York and Boctiin their slo'jit of

to any thing he may say, where politics! princ'plcs: and pol cy. He is now in O. .Iy hi* ; hill : : : the ',riiii .! plan and Vt r.1pi'Ig Paper ; I'olio: Post, Commercial FALL ANt XVLNTCi: GOOD, fonsisting

bio, lauding Harrison and the I Harrison policy ai id IT'S,: devotion ( 'with all!) tiC! l'o-t and Packet P".t Paper" and every other dc- Bag-ri. g, R'.pe, Prime Negro Cltb. Fancy Print*,
arc concerned. lull: he alteiTrd !h y : :' thereon c- ".riplion[ of Blank' ; Pnpcr; Mayniid Nines', ri..li Linens.c.., together with; a general assort-

; and he expresses himself as will L licRiilvt-d, 1'll.Itl } : i XX'alkJenX He"vctI & Kent's Black Inks ; Steven's bent of Stailo and Fancy Dry Good Also, a

\V hie Ism and Abolitionism. found below. I puMislicJ, in the : iho Estate: of Ui- Mluc Ink, in pints anJ qr'arls'alkdtu'I and general assortment of BOOT and SIJOFS. fir various
1'aUiliace. l be hold lu satisfy! I Kent's Red Ink ; German Copying Ink ; Saml descriptions. JAMtiS II. DROOIE & Co
Lieutenant Govcrnoi
Hear what the r
Whig He denounces Mr. Van Duren and Mr.
I I to law. boxes. ''nk"land"VOlfer tups, 1'UIIC' and pounceboxes. l'altitiassceoct3 10 .
of Vermont says upon listS subject : Calhoun, because they unite in carrying out I A. Ihsllul. Sc Pile! Presses, Black Sand, XValers of all colors ----Wanted- ----
I ; : ), Marshal and sizes Scalingax ; Prince .Albert Ve. Immediately,
6 Hut the great tory oracles charge tll I the principles of the Cotnproui'eami would I I.r: We me rf<| : \- ). M. toni ami Common Mecl Pens ; Letter StampPenkniven --, l VE or SIX SHOEXlAKtKS, lo da pegged

hig party' as embracing tie entire body 0''f: sustain the claims of South Carolina toctirade I n.\Ii 1:11.: from / pa :, Dcth knives, Inuu Rubber! \c., &c. plying work to the can Subscriber find constant al AlUipiilgus employment Georgia., by ap.

abolitionists' ; and come \ pretcnc'cd tImcamnLlgamnation : I where she pleases." Harrison there.I byteiiun ('hurch, ( ,. olFers fir sac hi* A130Blank IRA SANBO' hour. BiUPjpcr. BilU Lading, Notes of hand Kx-:
; : ; is complete that the word]I Plantation Fit. Dccatur Co Ga. O:t 10 12 4
ibis. --- -
s tore !is to prevent : : chan o I Drafts, Alu-ic Paper, B'lIinl!: [PUII'r. I'lay-:
4 whig'.aiid bo used us con.. i eight. mile- Lost or Mislaid -
may I l Uitchic's: ;
vcrtible aLlltionis' II C contends, also, that (the true policy ofour the direct road to mj Cards pattnt Copying[ Pres-.i with A XOTK of hand for dollars .-.4
terms. am disposed to yield a qua) At the ici-iclmcc apparatus t: unpitte. twenty.two given

rfe admission to this charge ; fur, that there: people i is to pay at home fifty cents (for cl/ulllyoll iho ;30ili ( .' ACREs JontainiriT: ot t r -- .1:BL by George Young to the Subscriber datod

A NEAR I AFFINITY 1SKTWEEN that which w c can buy abroad l for ttccnly-five! j I belhtow? New ''ci- i well watered. The Itook Bindery lUlU tune qguiiisl in January Hading lor last.the All said persons note. A:are liberal cautioned -

TiE PRINCIPLES OF THE WHIGS & And is it for this (that the South is called up. On Thursday( last, !' acroi of ce"rttll! ID also conlinurd where all kinds of work cv.n bv rtlwlI.rd.vill. be given to tho finder on returning it to
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done a-i expeditious)1 us heretofore. Blank U'urk,
hundn-d which
DENY on to suppor General Harrison. BKTH W. :. of nil dc'criptionJ. majle to orderand ruled litany

NOR THAT THE PRINCIPLES OF If the South docs support him in the full I relict of the late of years.every dcscrip pattern suitable for Ba-ik, Public Ol rl'.<, MerihanU Notice, -V

TORIES [the Democrats] ARE ANTIPO. 11).C.I can bu anti others. Deed, Record and Docket I D URIXG my absence 'from tl Territory,
DES TO BOTH. That some individuals; blaze of all that his Northern friends urge in. A\Tcl.ics
we abolitionists who lories andtave his favor, they will deserve tf IKJ hewers of Ai.KXisnA: iii the its clegil>iily) for :h\notice, ruled and bound in any fclylo' rcipiiicd -I age.iis. JOHN LEDGERXVOODrJnljll. .
once were irii'Iau Northern I I, 1&40. 50
and warranlod to or
paper l : ; equal any ____
wood and drawers of water to Northern :, can
never bccoma identified with the whigs 1, Columbna, and in I other manufacture- Particular attention paid to Notice. .

and that some others, who are still lories, have i Federalists, to the cud of their d.8."Major copying the above. : will apply to the rebindin-j old Book Nowsmapers.3Isgaznes; Pam.phlcls 1 is to forbid all fW'rsnn.rr.m harborinc; -?

found it expedient to show themselves as abo.hlioaisls .. Eaton alluded in trfrms of the -_ Tall. I or on the premi AIu :c Booksc.., in plam or ornamenlallindingr l THIS trading in aor manner wilh my wife,

u doubtless true. How they can I stronges approbation to the alliance between I ) LANG. or lo .ralth thankful patterns.for the he.,. Marrndu Thomas on my account, aschebas* pon- fe
The mbscriber, patronage
I > ilivcly refused to life or stay with
reconcile such discordant principles, though I Calhoun and Val Burcn, and demonstratedthat YOU \ ec has heretofore received, hopes, by a slricl allcnliori anti r am determined not to. me debts any longer of

a mystery to me, I have no desire t enquire, the two men, who did not consider I regular ( lo hU bUllinouto meet a continuance of the &Jam... contracting, after this date. par any her.
would not thought' ol r ning next, appointed Ad. P. A. II,YW AIlIJ.Tallahaute .
I I b reproachful, each other even as gentlemen, had come to. ground.You I' of the Estate ol' Ocl 3. ISIO' l lF 10' JOHN FD. THOMAS.
every one I his 'r nahlillef'. OC' .3. 1840.11
own master jw
say t ,p gether for the purj,>ose of carrying out are also : deceased rr- --- __
Hn iwh
nestandethor I3ih IBIt. all fcu.er .
falleth. bUNDon the 7
of the act, or form Eslato to make FL.OUR. ;.
( Tuesday
principle compromise tarf on chain attached, iho .
with Guard owner
.It that the small all those hauug
possible tprink Tlio commander BBLS. PRIME NORTHERNTLOUR
i barely m words, that Van was now have the .ameby applying al this Office-, 40
l of among in, sensible, that they, a nullifier ot the first water ; and.a Calhoun, punctual in their properly. alteklcit, Proving can wowily and paying for this advwIwomenl. forsatebv K r -'
coostin te but of the Djr oidcr, '. 13 if. .ocl3 to .JAMES E.BROOME.C, .
a meagro minority. I South( Carolina, low tariff man. And t Ibis No7,18-fO: R ZEt, Adm. 'r.n.huacc Oct. 20 -

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PRFIONA NOTICES. County Court of Jcffer on. I St. Joseph (FtaO RIMMM. Present ISall Arronyenient. W-BOWAiTiBE'riE

I a-.- lob L.Taylor ) Anompsit. Returnable CALHOUN COURSE. .
Y.UTLEflTTORNEY Y*. S to ptembert..m.l840.. Anaoal Meeting for 1841. will commence Northern Mail: publ4 to 'heaumerova yol.DtAty rekr the hU"1IIf

$$4Oflr1rEeiT Pextacola, We F T Damages $400 00 dar Febraary next and continue fire day, free Departs Mondays, Wednesdays,& I relative 10 u. happy aad 'dcial B.ltaale,.

r s.dlbrtf the estate of w ILL practice In County liE Defendant, and all other interested, will for any Bone Mire or Geldin", in the U. Stales. Saturdays, at 3 A. M. : administration of)1OFpA"p LIFE ef.j1 of U.

F J 8cur.d. ..c i county.. Court of Escambia and Walton Ceente&t ke notice of tho institution of the abore suit bytae.hment First Day-I mile heat_Port* $200. Closes previous ertnSngi, at 0 P. M. PHENIX BI""TERS. pj LLsUD

JODEnT "'nTE 10 in the Court of A ppeals at .. ; and will appear. and plead' thereto I Second Day- mile heaU-Purse $400. St. Marks Mail: I Those who bare pervsed tJ-.1ettera .

.-uIpt.6I84O a flop: 5. 1840 6bit. according lo law. POPE & STONE Third Day-3 mile heats-Purse |600. Due Tuesday.ThursdayiStturday 7 P. M. red to, will observe that ia i.fnto o9t.

I I Contatr (!onrt of Jefferson.N F. S. CEATTIE tug IS 3 AU'ys for Pl'ff. Fourth Day-4 mile heatu-Purse f 1000. Dejra Ms pin,. days, at 5 A. M.Ckwes attest tb, fact, that no iBcu.,.",--* oeu..c-

I \, bu" ) Asti.inpil.' KeturnaUlerm. HAS resumed the practice of Medicine in all its A PROCLAMA.TION. Fifth Dty-Proprietor's Purse $300. previous tveninji' at 9 P. M. attends the taking of th.e.I.. j r ** '

MO September termJC'tO.Harvey ). and lenders his pro'essionat service BY ROBERT RAYMOND REID.; (miles heata 3 best in 5.) Monticello Mail: I cases, but that the patient wiuJ.1l"l.trtil. *t

Oliver )Attchmrntfo f 148 50T < the community. Hi office ia a St. Mark', Governor of the Territory of Florida. The Officers of the Clnb guarantee that 'the Doe Mondays at 19 M. operation w Oniversalry left j inT* -s *"*
Damages 9300 at the house of 6. C. Specter pnr- at advertised, shall be put up before the beutentateorbeahh th.a ran, 114
: HE DcfeD4antsnd all other interested .0 julyjtt IS 2ai [The Star will copy. CircumUnct-a attending the recent disaster at j jjifian Horses are starled. By order of Departs same day, at 2 P. MClows 'to being afflicted with diseasVanYfaTii1'150*'

take n i'ee of |b. inclilnlion of the above *ut: by ----DR. Key. inducing the belief that both white JOHN D. GRAY, President st 4 P. M. ante suffering, great relief b ob ,j I I._- *
I and will ami ..OIhPOPE persons and negroes are leagued with the Indians Prrra Bunker HW Mail : hour and a core is hW u aI *
attacntiient t appear plead thereto, FFKKS hi, .. the people W. G.UTTin.jr. Secretary. I generally efe4 w
o in their delcHable warfare against the people of Due Mondays, at 6 P. M. three : la | ,
t according to law. POPE &STONE of Jen>rson County. OSce in Monticello I auyg-2 4 1mtF I days. v ItI
3 for 1'fff.NOTICE. Florida I hereby offer a REWARD OF TWO Departs Tuesdays. at S A. M.Closes In eases of run ef
IS. Atl'ys cer the slorcof William Denham tf Co. I arrived town I deserinT
has in every
HUNDRED for the Edgley ;
I "" apprehensionand Geo..ge previous ev.nin9, at 9 P. M. bilious affection, it i, 1OII'II'
t Monticelo. May 30,1840. __ delivery into safe custody ot each and Digger is his profession. I unner,7 for all
every Thomanille Mail t, ss I believe "*t.
g IX month* aP.er dale application will be made J. M'CAMTS, w hite or black person or mulatto who shall be !t l Where he vrunta In be well known. : I the Ltrc )bOlCl tel

tqlhe Honorable ilic Judge ufGad"d n Coun Atlornry and at Lav, I found aiding or abetting or in oth.r assisting I I And cash is his decision. 4 tog 22 DuaTucsdays, at C P. M. ersally admitted to be th. mOlt-a are .
1 letters of Counelo any way DepvIs Wednesdays, at 5 A.M. effectual cure extant in all ?**** .4
t1Ir dil'ni."i. 'p a administrator boo JILL ractice of the Middle the Indiana in their hoslilc movements in. I STORAGE disease.of
I' Closes evening*, at 9 P. M. The Lir Munaxta alsTa Itc/ue.t.
% of the 'Hate of ElijiiiV.. Sweit dccM. previous are
of Office ct1r"iOn'lo l
De: and in tXe Court Appeals. depredations or ntchcries..
I AT PORT LEON. Jacksonville Mail 1 relief in affections of the fiT1'*"
of said
ate : Liver **!
I county.July at Fla.I eprill,1840 I I cII"pon all JuMices of Ihe Peace throughout and
18. 1840 51 SOIlS RtlOtES. alu'Ft / : will Due been proved in hundreds of 1. as..
H. JOHN'-P7"DtJVAL; ," Ihe Territory strictly to carry into full% effect the'I DANIEL LA OP, from Magnolia com- Turscays. at 19 M. have cases wfc

NOTICE. ATTORNEY LAW act concerning Patrol", approved February 11th, I the Storage and Commission Business Departs same days, at 2 P. M. come forward, and rcqnenled th 117 ?.tiPtta*

mouths afler ". I .h.,1 apply to the Hon. AT 1833 1 ; and all Mayors Intendants Aldermen:!tlcm* 11 the above place the ensuing mon'.h. and Closes at 14 P. M. rience in taking them might be ; tbearupe.?

SIX of L'rn County C-url for letter dil. TILL pract.ce in the courts of Middle rind' bers of Council and other offi.-ers pertaining lo Cities r lu-itn a share of public patronage. Tallahassee, Sept. 26, 1840.. lament of other?. In their opeation'bed'/ !* I_

( ;.. missory .admiaistrairix on thr Estato of J. T. d nce V near WeM G.'n.Florida BrownV.and Court of pleI". Res- ; Tnwns and Villages in the Territory, arc ex- I Port Leon August 1840 2 -oct 3 10 J. G. SKARCY: P. M. j they the digestive restore the tone ef the.Storn.c'Q "Ita

Jolm. ..n, late of aid Count v. ifc era' ed. jan 25 26 horted to vigilance: and slrictness in the enforcemcnt -< Cotton Weighing. 1'1I EKAJ. SPRINGS. functions of the organs whole, and invigoratei u. IUM.

I C.-TIARIXl JOHNSON. .' of their P<-lieo. | j subsciiber, IIrp.inh'dVc'ghf'r' Cotton, establishment has been opened for the J! both sexes, for body, and IBM &felttPalm.
l S. earmark A. iledirus THIS ( they are '.
er Agent P. Kcr.a.may h. .4. Long, I entreat the inhabitants lIt lo desori their THE per&ttlr .
'I the subscribers and is adspe
j '. of an act passed at the last II o' season, by now an invaluab;*
p ___ homes, but tll arm ll.einnelves completely, ad a'- ion of the Legislative Council respectfully inform ready for reception of visitors. -\rr.ngemenM I' catering he3lth. preven1 d..

IN TIlE SlIJIRIO: 01.'11': FLA. sift each cither in the defence of their settleiM-jits.! ,: the public that he i is pro pan! lo weigh Cot have been made for the accommodation of a reasonable In affections of the head ss4

OF FLORIDA, ',1T1LL practice in 'partnership in the. Superior A Bir.ek; Ilnnso should he conMructeil: ill e'ery J t Ion cither in this city or at the Railroad Depot.- number of visitors. and ample supplies laid with pain and giddiness whether a C. *
: or Courts of the Middle: and % neighborhood and hou 1 CHANCERY. i >Apalachici'la every upon j |His scales are manuficiurcd at the n-ime: placc nj many of the luxuries of the ous calamnity of impaired ,, Vie t.
: District* and in the Court of in any other exposed !siluition should bo j countr Those who mental neY
Appeals. ( proI j those used by the United States generally and ) patronize thi place during tat ions of the heart 1 j '*'
;, Oli.e iJesl'ey and J"me* Fitchl) offire i if., for the present in the new court. liout-e. t IcelH by a pi kct or pii] ade. i |likewise by the weighers of cotf.n in the rily ol t the summer, will find their situation more pleasant and the flatulence.louo/ l- .

lalcly partners,Hading: under the Dec 21 I 20Charles _ Ever- citizen whether at homeor abroad thouM ( j New York and have been examined l.y the Inpetlor than usual. The Springs and Bathing-H'! are I strength dered digestion' THZ multiplied slmptompe rll-!?**,.
$rm of Uesleyl- Filed ; Edward be prepared: ill all times lr repel the attacks of the i in order-the Lirx MtDicisri 1ittl
of scales and weihtcofi'aid city.nnd good water detijrhtful and servar.lsin -
"; ; C. Richards. Isaac H. Bql I S. Sibley, enemy. for none can tell when or where the Semi- correct. Price of weighing, lOeenls pcr bale. i attendance to the call. of the visitors. to possfss the most salutary. efiuc,. ,"

and Ribert W. thorn, partnerstrading O FFEUS his profcs.-ionals ivces: as Attorney noc Indians may appear. D. M. SHEFF1 ELD Weigher of Cotton. The waters of the Suwannce Springs are justly Constitutions rclax! d, weak,Gr decayed .

1 under the firm of Richar I and Coun'ellorat Law, in the collection of Scattered and al a distance from each other asmany :Ta lIihlII' ce. Ot. 12.9. f I celebrated for their medicinal properties- or women, are under the immediate i iVfJ111THE

'f !.Bat Sf A born : Joseph r CROSS BILL debts, 4-c. in Middle Fhruli. He will atten.l all of the dweiIingofo'ir citizens arc, it in impossible __ valids have found relief: and others many in-I Lint MEDICI.NCS, Old Cough. Act "Dee *
great I "'*
? (.lerand Lmyel 1 Brewt-ter roatr.vling 1 he Courts in tic llt.le Di.tricl.; that Ihe Government of the United Stales Orange and Lime Nursery, t In health and their consamplive habits' are soon relieved """

J : aa J. tf L. Bwwster: } DISCOVERY i Office. in .MunroeStreetin, thebui'dinformerlyccupirdby :' or that ul the Territory can afford adequate pro. FOR SALE FOR CASH OXLY. resort during the vigor by months use. this For a pleasant I[:e rCrt. Poverly of blwod. end CmICia4 aD '
ami Warren K.unball-in; behalf fc RELIEF.if : I Wm. Uo I trction all. Our place equals will. ere lcng meet the '
!; I ( \\.11"1.3, a >>k &ure. to people iJst rely much upon A NURSERY containing about 2000 Orange other situation in Florida the happiest cbne. ?
any adjoining
11 l thlmltc. and ruch other 'Inltah-ste t v'av' I lidt !> ,)'. -1 1 1tf 1 feirles h.art*. and U|'or. guns well chared: and in I and Lime Trees of an age to bear in one or country. : chill watery fluid, will become rich 'ad fc: '*'

I t judgment rn-ditor* of J.mrl J.Birgft I lMVIi S. \\ ALKKlt i>'ud tirdcr. It I is nnlor.oud Uiiil Ihc determined two year1 after tn n planling. The, Trees were Charges will be moderate.I and the limb be covsrsd with fleah firn! !***,

as shall come in and eonIri r rs'r1aiic. of a single! niaa has often put many In I raided from Choice Cuba Seed, and are in a healthy he3h,. W4
J : ule,Sic-,-Complainants, I 4G. \11111I/1 to Ilat. I and thriving condition. Directions will he given, June Nervous disorders of every kind
't 6. Wolf 46 RICHARD JONES. and from
.1\\ and .1 I WILL praclie in thc Cotirlsofthe Middle D ,tnet I Finally:I r.ill upon the penpjcof Florida: to rheri' which if adhere to, will insure them safely in removal rer cause .rising, fly before the ef'ecta .1I1t-

lt. > UMi!. Birge! and James J.Birgc of I'lonj.::. //is: oiricc is lufir! .l rot lr ll..- ri..!lit i!!i uiri'int ti.i nisclves! tho.-t fympailnts which nal- J i I and transplanting.! Apply to EDWIN WDOHSEV NOTICE. L IrE MaMCKEt.: ,nd. all that train of or rill

i, ; t 1ftu' J over J B. dlbtorl,1 i'rllalia'.ec.wlierc; he may 'i riliv. tliiw Iroin a common sullV-ring. I 1 1k I II Auctioneer Tallahassee, or WM. Me1 THE Subscribers offer for sale the followin | ar .i.die.. and tremour hich so deadfal ainkn| ; ,."l*

\ lo the I andtvt( : that the always i 1 them lc defend thruwelve 1 '!, low for CASH- weak the "
'" IT aPPui"g djje by *, and to help and NAUGHT Fort Leon. mar 14 3.. sedentary, and the deiifttoflK

""t. U"hul DlrS'and Jumc;J. Birgr defendau Dr. A. :1I. RANDOLPH II I|isupporl cadi ii.tr.r: and to end their lot.*, aid for I ADELPul UO'I'IL. Holland Cojrnac Gin Brandy in half! pipes and qr. casks tort time.be succeeded by cheerfalne,,;,Dd eT4
s above re.idll.t, without the Territory IO-1'c.1 '..m.el: In .aaIiisee.;! <>r- ''furtlicra,I'' ce 11ft\ eiurll'"lIfv. the United Stales undersigned having purchased from Gen. I presage health.

j': t of Florida but witl.n. the U. :tied SLat*-,: IIi I HAVING |prof..ion i : -ert lees Ic the puhlir.He ) i in their b.he If.Gum TIlE' BROWN, that well known eltabli.h.1 I Lard Whiskey in d-j For weakness, deficiency of natural

) ; i> considered and ord.red. thai the ,said defendant l i< to be fon'id ;Ol the office of Dr. J. II. Ranl under my hanj at tlc City of St. menl called the City IIolcl in Ihc city of Tollaha : Floor, in kegs :and relaxation of tho veisels, by too rrenellt IInrt1 n.

Urelins Birge and James J. lirg! -, lh! appear; and .1 l<)1,11.,| f>ii Monroe StreetJf Augustine of East Florida, this 24th l *ec, have: opened the house under the title olihc Corn McLisscs do.gence. of he passion, this m.dicine'.

bk.J answer the said complainant lull of <"< mp'aiiit, v "!.r 42 August 1810.ltumltl'u. Adolph Hotel. They are now makin import. Menhaden, Hay c certain, and invaluable! remedy. a.
xit Inn four months from the date of the I frt.t b. : YVO f REID ; and Cod Fish in bbl! Those who hare
Lrt" olIce. ant improvement and long resided
: repairs, and will have by the Boxes ill bat
I lication of this' order; otherwise the caid bi'l: t il! I 1 1: CO-prhl.rap! hiihritoPTUling between Governor of Florida.: : enduing fall an fO It'nsive Brick Building erected Picklts, in quart jars and are languid and relaxed in tltir! whole cnr,1 LQ
300 ,
I / ,.r r betaken pro.confctso. It ie f rilicr oidred, that THE\ P. DUVALand WyJ/ II. By the Governor 1 on the property, whereby they will bo able lo accommodate bbl Lime. may take THE LIFE Mroicrrei: with, tlie 'yste,:
jUlh. ] McNACGHT __ ... .
& .. .
order be the J. MCCANTS n.ri.la. OI1.WND. a. JL
this published one rf | 1 has been Ihu day Secretary 7 I .. .. .
by this
lew"plprl 1'.SnnOUGI dllO'cd muj j .stringers visiting: county in a r. r -
'In printed and published at T )l'aiia' 8e e.in ; I <,..I'Ilnt."t /' Police.: __._._.., I!. satisfactory m-.nn JO"gp.I'Fl I jripHE Subscriber has on J I IJL The following ca'es are among the most recent
f foresaid. once a week for four mon tile. \\ I '.n.- b Ta.1, SORREL HOTiSK hand high, CROSKEY $ hand handsome J effected, and gratefully acknowledged
l ':_ c.?,MH al )tRPa51iiCO p' : () p.tlrt in the ..plil a 1 T n DAVID F'. SVII.SOPTaiaharee I f a very I ijj brnefitted br tfi.
"ALFRED .\LCn.J. h.cola: ; Ij.t and'the County of Leon, and the white hind foot, with a largc *>:art Jn his ilicath assortment rf Watches. Jpw.I 1 I ersons :

4. : Judge of the Distncl of Middle Florida. i Court of pr..lc rozularly, and in Jefferson a nd supposed ID havo been taken bv sonic ner. AllY -_! -pril3.-_ .<, 1B10. 36 __ __' : t1Lr: ? ,-ry! Plated Ware, Silver ;L. Cae of Jacob C. Hunt. New \\ ndlor, Onan

-i Totl-R. Ci. WELLroap. Clerk. ; Sep 12 7.ii!<;
''hl.nolep.) I'. r.Joyc.d.Ti () !. ally rewarded. JOHN a GORMAN. k.NE: Iwo Horfe bulky Wagon.AUo ,: _' offers for sx'e' on his usual I I I'iP ly the whole of 'his face, noso and jaw. Eierienccd
;:' A BARGAIN tr I J-ilyd 52 _, onc Horso d>j dn-with I.a 'e1'!, kc.clf. Trms. He will receive new I quick relief! from the use "f tho Li'sfedu
1' WILL SELL A BARGAIN in the 7RAC 'I'01Aa ___ .. WM.H. 'p ...1'ES l lies ri'jrin the winter. I cine?. aid in Jecs than three months wa
: & I whereon I reside JJ.: ,mrI'rFII.dI"I; Icurd one of the Watches, Jewelry, Silver Ware ltc.c ?upl : cured. Case uniirtlf
; OF LAND, now \ i"g ) 1l otl'I.1P3P' : WATCH REPAIRING I ( reported,with a wood engriviar if,

F, tIn Wet side of Lake Micosutkee. 20) mil' ,N. E: Messrs. J..r"&Hoi:c. -- and so'i'it H'lurf iafiy ererted of by : D AU,1'IN.Jr.&CO. ,I KIRK M AN- ABCIINMTHY. & IIANN.'i.COijinI'It 1:, Is attended! to with ac much! al-ihly: and promple ; a neir pamphlet now in press.) ,
a patron- : hivr rrmorrd to ;
of 7al.lla.ee. in the County of Lf o-i, adjoining lon.lin. t.HC 6.- the I : s a< at hop in the! Southern corntry. Case of Tho. Purcell, en'r. 84 pare uf
in the :Ucrdlanas any Ip.-
aee '
the 1.. Dtfimiir. Esq.. Capt. Juo D. More formorlj orriipted l I.y ) wa filictcd 13 with
q Gco. : Janrt FREDERICK: TOWLE.Coparl yeara swelling in IlisltrWIll J
,,. Parish and others; coalainirg 640 acre of rich oak t Receiving A Forwarding Kiisinoss c1i4: :;,I Win H Wyatt it Co., w lirrctlny I j\'tw Orleans. i entirely cured by taking 42 pills! in 3 weeki.

'a and hickory, and hammock UndrlHO. hundred and TAFT &. AI XA ULI. :I are riotvoiening n beautiful : r.efrrll R.K. Cail, and Henry Bond.Jim. uer hip. Case of Joan DautonA! !>erdecnOhio_rbeoais
a. and und, _Port l Leon, loili April 1BJO 38 0 1 of articles I 17 #:J9. 'liE subscribers have thu day formed a i.e-I
twenly-five acres of which ar; cleared rcultivation. l ayortincnt : 1: ?dl!_ 1 in fiu jear -entirely. cured-has n.ed tij
P.S ; Port I. under the
: A never failing Itre:0 of water ru.te ', ABINEI' :LKIXG.Till their line, licit as I I. E"r MII.LINEKY AND DUES partnership at enn name Life :Medicines \\ ornis in cCiUren, and lisa I
i: .i through thi8tractofand.. The BUILD XG-S on I I I: subucriber thankful: Gold Lever Anchor C)lender of Miller A Rowle to tarry on the STORAGE I hem a sovrreirn remedy.

'b'. ,hI prcmiHca are, a ewnif'irtab'c' Dwc'lmg' Hciuse, (:_. ;.-::..1L-1 ;__ pnsl favours Respcclifily and Virge Watches ; Rings, as Diamond, Onyx I I MAKING( ESTABLISHMES.HK : & COMMISSION tJU-. *'. (Case ofLews i Austin-j>*riodjVaI sicl-hrtdactia

Negroe Houses, and Cribs a guod Gut House.Cot'on ;i _I--:: :;_ .: informs the citizens of ,Ruby. Garnate 4-0. ; Brnnehe. I< Diamond, ,! I ; undersigned mot respectful informs I They' have a large and commodi' u! WtrtllollCle, I I always relieved by a small dose
T -
i .c Gin< and Serew. With the Lund will be _. -_ Tnllahaeree and ,vicinity that Mosaic Cameo ; Enaiuded! paintings &c. Gold. ; the Ladies r.i Tallanassee and viciMly.' II at I I II f>r I lie storage r,f merrhant'ize anti cotton ; and i free from it. now enlirelf

.'.Id, fifiy-!even shared of Union Balk Stock and : H IIt" !rl. he continues to carry on theCabinet Filligrce Work, Car Rings and Pin ; Silver a rp. :I!: i she Ins opei.ed a lM,'ie ill I tl.n above line on. Mon I II h h:pe by fc'rirt attention and prom tne" in the I Case of AtJon Ams-cured of a mo t inrtUrattand

WI 4P small lot of Nejrroe if wanted. 1 he terms will ; 6' Making 1 1""eS'' in such as Tea fc'ets! Table and Peserl Forks; Spoons, 'I j'I i roc Otrerl. and I etuern the *:orcs of Mr. 1 fI"L- ((. utn.n of orifcis.! ti) :9'1I1..far.li"n lo all hu J oh:tuiate d'yfOp4ia. and debilll .

: 4 b I<3 liberal-anpl* lo the SuUeriber: '1 thc pro to"i'#- It all il' variety at the old stand Cups, Silver Plated Candle; ?ts!ks, CaUe Ha: .kels, i and \11'-''. Gorman 4- I Pall! wlu-re *'n,+ hhr -. ':' i ij may entrust business lo lhei eare. I Case ofAdal ;\\\'lUdllorOlllo-rhnlfll general ,

l-t mes., LUKE 'J. LAMB. -11 nfni('': and Ribolds oppo"ilc C a'toreTea Sets, Coffee Um<. ard Spooii-s ; Cutj I j i I IJery from a stnct attention, to the business; to merit a'I : GKO. MILLER. I t isrii. srave!, I.wer a t'ctior.I, and general -

eit.; 1 111. 1840. :; Hit I P-..&l Ce,1 Wyati's Store where he l Gun and Pistols; Cane. Astral Lamps, Man-; i!!iarc of t'ublir jiatrona Refer. to- JOHN. I HtMLE: ?. .hai: ben confined Ttordcbi.n !
: seven
will bo hippy to reeeive from his friends and tie Clocks Fancy Goods, Ste. I i!h l:> 2I: if MRS. M. A.I.hf._ : Me*'r-. Petlon &. Fi'-l.er! Ta!!.ha>yec ; ) years,-wasritird
; .t PAINTS, OILS, AC. __ .' from liar brd by taking one box < .. the V\,bite Lead i"oil, in kegu of 100 Iht the public!: :e"rier8ly.! Sidoboarls Bureau's :and furni. All r.f huh they invite their filcnils and the i ipnblic : oTiE.m 1 i Ilerrv: & Dowhrg: of bitter, ?-a most ejrraoruinary cure-she is ,
O of mile in to call and cumine.i : froti Florida.( : Barton C. I }'o.t Leor Vet". I. 1 lEi-t1) 31Vjiliiable nft &
lure a and ih-
and 2. Ibs each-Linseed oil, Spls. Turpentine, I every description fashionable Dt'r.t-G -iiee ;j very healthy: and roLu!l woman-attested by her
Brushes, &.C, an4 Window GI01oCnrioul"ie.. tubflaritial: mlnnr.lnc on reasonable trml and Nice i watch repairing personally attended to. I I MonlK-cllo; is my n-M-nl and altorjJUHN :, lands lor Sale.THE : l sbaiid bhubel 1 Ad-tmr.

;t l For sale by ho h'pfl by .tric aUCn1i,1 lo hu -ines5 to merit Dee-21 20 ney. ) F. TlTI EI:. I I subscriber having a ffreater quantity of Case of \1 r..Radcer, wife .f Joseph Iladjer .

I ; RANDOLPH & LEWIS. and receive a liberal share oflhe palronago .f the ICunaxvay in -Jail.COMMITTKD i jail n 26 _- II IIi I than if desirable for oioc own cultivation nearly similar to auve-reut: the same.

April 7 I 189, 3tfNOTICE. pub!ic. to the Jail at M-'rkn.. a No- : NOTICE. I..tfcn for sale three valuable pttntallvns-nnf': Case of Susan GocxJaran;, a. young uimarrxd

I t :- --- JACOB BLESS. Sampsnn\rt and thick t>et,: & I.L persons inieljti-d to the Subscriber prior lo I on Black Creek, 9!,oiit thirteen miles east woman-swhjcct lo ill health severe! yes >.
N. B. AH kinde furniture repaired on reasonable .L N-tte, Book Account or otlij I I i from Tallaha!!ee, containiiic: thirteen hundred n.alrour! "fthl Life
8ubscii-tr! re<|uetln nil! thouc indebted to about 30 years of ":e, f-&Y he belong-" to Mr. : the Ul July on Medicines entirety icstorijer
THE termR.Talah. !j! tilled thai the bills will bej acres, 600 of which are in a hisrh state of cultivation if hale
note or account, to rail and net. Nightingale of Cumberland: Hand, Georgia lie j I er wise, are hireby n- I now healthy.
tie imn.dill"( us uj"n>r indulgence cannot begiven. : .. ro Fepl. 'ti,. 139-tr ._ say he hall lived with Mr. J. I. Ryan, near TIIIa.I'! j'II'I presented by Benj. F. Thornton Jr.with \'ihOfOj I the residue mostly rich hammock land. with Carte of Miss Thomas,daughter of E.'iTbomu: .

Al! "unt.xfiscllled by the flrfft of Sep To Planters. hI 3CMCC. The owner of said Negro is '}\ I! they are icquested to settle. 1 j I I all the necessary farm houses and ouiboildin cough and symptoms of consumption-cared IA
t .r. a RON SCREWS ren.ivd by tho Schooner take 1: 43 JOS. WILLIAM l P. t the crops raised upon this plantation have rIOt been four weeks. Her sister
tetnrn-r will befj-ut in suit. 1 I l prove piopcrly pay charges and him away, or I July 4 __.. I cured of a severe aUaekofndamtnatory
July 2 !.2 LEVI CARLTNNOTICE Joseph Hankcy from Baltimore, arc now ready !j J Jfordelivery he will be dealt with according to law. i Cotton; ,'. Horse l'owt sorpn>sed by any in the country. Another about rheumatism in ONE vrr.xx.Case .
.si1 : II.HJ the of llie : Press fecrews the di taricf. noithcast from Talaha! ,
1. on payment same. "Apply to i I HENRY J..A\DEn.J.ilor. i same > "re, of S. Col vin-cured of n. severe attack lie
1 June22 l f Lit BETTON. \l:1rk8 Au alt 2,. 1840. I er Castings. :ontaining about 700 aercs, of rich oak and hicko. scarlet fever in few
I ltied the east-iion a days by the Life Medicines.
I ereby gitentliat 1 institute t-uit in the crib'r who iuiro< I
4 :-i IS: : .hal I unit NEKVOU.S.j --- -- 'IUCub ry land ; wilrl COot 70 acres in eullivatirn ; and Case of Harriet
County Court of Lfon county. p"n n mortgage D.CnsfclOlt itSEJ XAIH'S----- Screwn and Horv-po\\crCa linp< in I another in Hamilton ,N.Y.-wu tt
". i I The ; ,: that Dr. Spoh,".Vi J Remedy, for Summer han resumed the C( only about len mile from a very low state of health a year and a half-iil
made and execut? to me, by Ferdinand LeBlrux 'j Jysentcry Jtiarrfura \Ihc neighborhood of Tallahass f, Suixannee
r I It rnmedy for this : com lainl i is every day! I IS t.c Springs containing nbou; COOO i.ol xpecl to recover.ir3! T. i, aUa
t Lot ( ) hc 'outh' d.I.elin. Colic and II Iron Foundry business in Baltimore ; and s prepared jiow IA
t I upon 1 Complaints, Cramps Spasms. a small in cultivation with farm
No.ortj..trCe(4Jin acres p.ut '
{ gaining, is m ttcr of much atiniuh.inirst. muses about and is
certainly w: ,
,' I furnihh delivered boa,d I rapidly recovering both ktaliU[
)half of the Fituato, to the cotton crews, P '
'f' cUttJ I Ttial ei mm h should have all the above complaint this Medicine has &.c. 1 his hand i ill of superior quali.y for I. culture and
inland being in Leon county ; and that I .1.01 cd fur ., without .utf.ring mcdiei-.ilt. I proved a certain remedy both to children and I j 'of vessels! in the port of Ba.limore; fur one bin of Fea island cott-n.' strength.
: apply to law, for the,foitlo according .0ld adl.ItJl. Numerous testimonials of its Also
j of the
i 1 I nal prcvf ntivft or cure, is truly a subject of much arc given 1 a tract 400 acres, at nntural ridge Fever and Ague cared .
for .hort
petition filed tlii day 'I for hor-c p'Jwerl. all kinds of machinery, and *n a very 'pact
mortgage upon regret ; but Dr. S. now assures thin. public that c cfTicncv, which may be seen where Medicine 11 on the St. Mark about 11 I mile i-outii east nfTglt time. Directions followed

t t. i: Xli 184 CII\RLESB, CKSTI -,\ 4uch a remedy has been invented as wi convince sold. Prepared by nllhert S. Bern-.rd, Norfolk Va. 'agricultural imp'eiiicnts, al moderate | flees for r i ahawee ; half of thin tract is a rich alluvial sci i Case of Amos Davis-Affections strictly.of the Liver-
w 4_ For pale in Tallahasse, bv Baltimore acceptancesBalti.i it there i i. also! fine
a mill with
the upon
4. The which il' 5t'1t.
mOll credulols. principles upon greater after trying octo"1 remedies in vain for
,. Julv 1U40 a big
t John C. Jacobi, I{ act are simple and plain. Il i iR a'' admitted fact ---ep_4____6 RANDOLPH_ _& LEWIS. For ore.thc utility and good wotk of the machines water power than any in Middle Florida. time l was cured by the Life Medicines without
I .t Ifeasurer. and Inspector of Lumber for the that Ihia complaint, whether called S'ck' Ileidzche I Forty Dollars Reward. refer to Col. 11. W. Braden and Je8.e Willi These land will be told at moderate prices and treasonable .

; ( County of Leon, or Nervous Hcadacho, arUcs primarily (rum tie: % from the subscriber re"idin! in l ', Evri. aug 8 2 3 Crt dits. and if desirable, the purchasercan Extraordinary; case of Lytnan Pratt who wa*

.. ; : OFFERS his services lo t"ole who may please Momach-those who think they have the Nervous RAN county a very likely MULATTO have Union Bank Stock upon a part of the 'afflicted with Fblhisic 20 ye.rs-aSrcted a perfect

'' npon him. Charges tnoderatn.Tallahassee. Headache may rent assured that this organ the GUlL, narnp.d .Francis aged about IK ; says, when STAGE LINE i urchase. W BUADEN. cure in 24 hours by the use of the Life Medicare

't March 14, l ldQ. 33 I ,[ptomarh is the first C.I..f. that the system h1) beCome questioned, I that she belongs to Mr. KB her. She From Columbus Ga., to Apalacliicola, Fla. De 23 21 I ILeaUlcr_ Thousand of persons afflicted in like manner.

fsr tiC suHscnber wi,lic<- .MHvi rat. alvatl; viualfd or debilitate.], through the It'\nach. h tas: been for some lime in Iho neighborhood ol. Four Horse Post Coaches. Lime, nnd Hair. have, by a judicious nee ot'MorrAt's LirE PILLS.

6 I JL TRACTS OF LAND near hi* recidenco.Planters Ilnd thai only through the same chnnnel must they Tallahassee, and is supposed yet to be about the 7n J1 Subscribers have constantly on hand a arid PHEMX CITTERS been restored to tU enjoyment
i i'l labor I expect a nrtoratinn of the natural and healthy: same The above reward will be for aconJpete! assortment of LKATHER.suttabJeof !
desirous lo retain th"ir r pital place. paid: her of all the comforts of life. The Bitters air
.. can be accommodated with* m', sa'!i.faelory rr .dROBKRT fuii'-lions: of l'i' "y"l em. This object Dr. Sj>honj ', apprehension and all reasonable expenses, if cleivercd f Gin Bands, Harness, Cam"ige Tops Boo's and I pleasant to the taste and ,mel)gently aslnnpth*

.. GAMBLE. j medy.: \. miR'-ntly calruLlod! to attain. The l to A. E.: Harris at Tallahassee, or to shoes &c. Also a constant supply: of LIME, and I fibres of the stomach and give i that prvpertwsily
.. ,
WeV'rcc! Jerson, .'la., iZHtn :.ov. ig y. :I, ,-. nf Ii. p'l.itioci nnni hn olt"\.rtd. anJ I K.:: J. MAYS.N. Via Florence, Pot t (Jalurs, IllaJtely P HAl: R, for Plastering : .111 of which they Oifwi which a good digestion requires. As i nothing CIa
(;I the roonrr FU with II.p headache become o t OW n>rc iai! in in CA ". n-r fi, Iiiile; ;Ti
., fr'r'rl B.-If the said is harbored r ", at the Tui .
'nkenUp, negrc- by a be better adapted to aud nooiUb ti. euil
and Browns Ferries
I Ga.
tneed of it will their and Iricinton Yard.
; I c'" sootier sufferings end BROWN &
: t TUaha.sce. on tl.1 30'.h Iltanl. a HORSE white man, the extra sum of $-10 will be given for I .GALCRAITH. lion, I'U then i is nothing more generally acknowledged .
IN in restoration of health. Dr. Sphon pledges Ala. Tallahassee, Anx 1.1'I I ISH:
hilpr"fci..nal ;iin detection and of the offendcr. |-tf
; Jvt Bridle 'and 3a dlp. The horse is Gray ; lut prosecution lo be peculiarly: efficacious in all naiL
"r \o hind frft white up to his. fellocki'. Tnc owi.- reputation on thix fact. The remedy Ilickstnwn Madison co.. aug 15. 3 ONLY 30 HOURS Sta:c travel from Colum! Leon Academy. wastingloss of appet itt'.indigestion, depression if
vL cr isiequesied come forward, pny and may ni tin apothecaries.In Lands for Sale. to New Orleans, in splendid Coaches,, ,rHE Trustees of Leon Academy announce to spirit, trembling or shaking of the hands and limb,
$" ? t this office. chule at acidity" or coo mess of stomach this remc- to n level and hcaiiiiful, road along the banks of F Public: that they have Mr. obstinate
at the engaged
: breath
tlk. away. Apply previous notice, Apali. coughs, shortness of oreoDi mr-
d I i i"
) ce'Vt'r'i u inuluILe' a. jenC'rallami. he Chattalr orl-cc River. SHEFTALU and
..-, I J. It. ROglNON.gl I Company now ofl'-r for sale and I Dr.MOORE to I..kechar..e the Male live habits.Tho .
ly incdieiuo, it is now adopted by of the 'I DAYS OF DEPARTURE-( [ Department of the School
L NOTICE. many entry tho following! I'ino Land in Lnm County. I just established! by there Life Medicines wonderful cfficicy
most pcclabo! fainilien. Il fcickcns Ihe posses
From Columbus
never !
on I n tillS
Tuesdays and city.
In 1'0'2 South-Range | Eat sections 7. 16 Fridays a in all
I subsciber offra for isle his VALUA btomaeli or piuduccii of Ihc riTcctfi 6 A.M. nervous disorders, fits headaches."eduns-
.; tt THE PLANTATION on the Armosiia! lake, of physic. any unpleasant 18, 19, 23, 25, 26, 34. 35, 36-and fraction unsold fJ From CIOf'k.Challahoochec The School will open on Monday nextin the oJ cs, heaviness and lowness of spirits dimnen of
.t 1 being the East half! of the N. W. quarter of sor- Directions for ui. j : rMh bottle. in tedious 5. 6.1, 9, 10. 14, 15, 17 and 24. after on I "'1Ir.t" dnysand 113m"time fethodu.tJE't'hng House. In this n.w attempt to sight, confused thoughts, wandering of tbe "JJJ .
the rival of .
accomnany thc 1
at ] S. Mail Boat from istablish Academies
I in the
In Town 3 the
t ,,1 (inn two town.hip two, range one North & East 1; E.: SPHON, M. D. South range I Eet-.ections 1, 2,4.: A alachicoa City, Trustees earnestly vapors and melancholy, and all kinds or nyaierw
-.4, the West half of Ihe N. W. quarter of section hlo. Proprieior: and Inventor., 5, 8, 11, 12. 13, 14, 13, 2t. 23, 24, and fiaction!: of:3 ;>Persons desirous] via lola.nntlu.reting cof at Fort Gaintc. it! ppe.11lo l the pride, and invoke the aid of r Complaints, aro gradually removed by their .
going from Colutnbus: Ga. their fellow
township one, N.orlh and Eaal. A'so For sale ill and 10. : they trust. that while flour In sickness of the stomach Salulcncies. obilruCt
t1onnee JUT iuTallahiis i I.yn5 to New Orleans will find this or
l fir
I.'fr the East half of the N. F.. quarter of section three'I 20 47 RANDOLPH &LF.WIS.Copartner&liip. In Town 2 South, range2 East-'sections30 and and hy the cheaprtinnd ishing Academic are liberally supported elsewhere lions, they are safe and powerlu!, and as a purifier; -
31, , !
one Noilh and East and Capitol of the of the blued in tit
township t..o, range ; : they have not their equal
i most as it intersects, the
: Known) tho Fuller cir Bcmbry plantalion.- I In Town 3 South range 2 Hast-sections 6,7, I way greatBrunswick Territory will hence forward manifest a more devoted world!

,,- ,I There is I ICO acres of laud which for THE subscnbcrb have this djy entered into nml, tractions ol 5, 0, 18 and 29. and Florida Line at Chatlahoochcc interest, in cherishing their own city inti.tutions. For Additional of the abeve medicine
open particulars
.but ] travel of but GO hours !
l.il' as ccncia; ClIlUflIiiiOfl and forwarding In Town I South 1 West-sections29SO I making a by stages through .
ii fertility o etc. may bo ranked among the the range I I the whole see \Iotr lt's "Good Samaritan," a copy of wbiclv
; ci beet lands in the Territory.. Tnesc lands lay with47'v I. & niorclmnts. under WM.Mylc tcNAUGIlTJA nf McN..u:". .Irmoisd. 31 36., 323J; 34 and fractions: of I ID, 20, 27, 28, 35 and 1 I 54 hours. route. Time from Columbus to Mobile, The'ions fcliolsklic of eleven year will be divided into four accompanies the medicine copy can always k&

Jn a few yards great Annonia lake, which mS OllAIOM' For the ses weeks each) and the following obtained ol the different Agents who han lb.
: aslurag cannot he surpassed in the world. There The who'eofTown 2 South, range 1 Wcst.esc'ert Proprietors, rates luilion allowed, to be paid in advance lo I medicine for sale.
I rort Leon J"H 20. 1S40 26 WILLIAM CADY. the Treasurer
sertinns of
and 36.
tI& j is slso a nnw well run\.nient to tho dwellings, with ,26,35 Chaltahoochre the Board of TruMecs. French German and Spanish directions can ba.
j Ii. plenty of rxeelcnt walcr. CO-PARTNERS. Al $1.25 to $)14O per acre in current bills! of tho January 10, 1810. 2ltf Orthography and Reading $3 I obtained on ,: Broadwaj,
'- application at the officers
Thu ran from 2 lo indulgenec. THE uhcrihcr1h.u'e C'Dlred, int'/panneri.1iip Territory. nEltloV 'L. The above with Willing and Arithmetic, 10 All immediate at
'j$ purchaser now growing Y a fine:ciop years,of corn : the! linn of J. B. BULl. & CO., ai'>d Ti'CRe Lund offer advantages far pabture rnnge TilE Subscribcrn have removed their entire es- The above, with Grammar and Geography, and tention.post paid will receive

) wi'l -arry on the Liosn'ss of MERCHANT: TAI cultivation and superior Timber. from their old stand in History.
pn the farm suitable firtlu- (mnliaMr.RI.HARD : Berry's jo Prepared and told WILLIAM B. MOFFAT,
II. CROWELL. I IJuty I LuJs both in this |.lare and the rity of New Cash payments will IKJ required for hnlf sectionsand !nnw. to the New Brick Building Munroe street The above, with Greek end Latin, and General 375 New by liberal rleluctloamnde
Broadway, Vert. A
.' 4. J 49'IERRITORY Yr tIc. Arinngemrnts h.ive l horn mnde for a con- smaller fractions of sections. All purchaser next door Wm.ll.Wyall & Co, where they willcontinue Literature, 15
I.I. 10 these who
fo snnt: 11".1 full! supj ly of Cloths Cnssimeres, Vestn I. over these may be made on tho usual terms of th* in Iho same business a. heretoforeiz: French extra charge of 10 purchase to sell sgain. bib

OF FLORIDA : ?', etc. and a I.He nssonmcnt of Ready M adk Company; tint is, l-4tliin cash, and 1,2 a no 3 YCllntfor dealing in iaddlti, Itiidla Martingala) and liarnestes By order oftho Trustees. of AGENTS-The Life Medicines may also towathornghout

( ,. : p. L. Enn. ) surnpsit Utlrlatle. October late' %lothiug; and thy are now prepnreil arcommo- payment of the other 3 4ths. ) of all descriptions. Also a general assorlineiitof A. SI. GATLIN, any of the the principal United Slates Druggist and in the evsry Caaadas.Afck .

I vs. V I 1840. : their eusiomrrs rind Ihe public, in any article Lands in Gadsdt-n and Lion, suitable exclusively harness Trimmings. Bitlt and Spur, CoacA, maleh 4. 1340 33 and
Alfred Evans \ 00. culled for in hd.rline. One of the partners, Mr. for cultivation will also bo void Gig and Ruling Whips, Trunks for Moffal's Lite Pills and Phenix Bitters;
I as usual application
Attachment $0 on Carpet Bpt, CHEAP HOUSE, SIGN AN be
Wa'lc in sure ihnta Inc Moffal's
residing New York similie ef John lignatursis
I' will cnnUIe them
-NHl: defendant and all interested, will I uexerut < to John Cornochari: q. at Apjhcliirol.i.or! ralises, Saddle Bars. Jut Boxes&c. &(. Marling, ORNAMENTAL PAiNTING i
all orders promptly and Ihe GLAZING upon the label of each bottle of Bitters or box 0\
on most rea L Lsonableteriiis. Harntss Bridle and
take notice ofhe institution of the above the Subscriber; and settlers will be preferred lo the Top Ltalhir: IIogtCa\fMi\ -
&.p suit by ". will appear snd plead J. B. BULL, purchase of their settlements; provided they make ro and ;ltttp -lin.. and Paper Hanging- PillsTbcie
IJEMtYWJ'IDI undersigned most informs valuable Medicines for sale by
thereto at the office tie Taa-.a!! !secN v. 17.1R38. 15 of Tallahassee and that he RANDOLPH & LEWIS.
3st day 1840-! Former from the \lio to order, at short noliie. vicinity,
& --- -- -- purchasers Company are
.Odtbr. --- -- is fb 8
CARLtON" prepared lo execute in the neatest 28 Tallahassee
Rep 19 DAVID L. r \A ;:. L. in arrears with, their payment, nro respectfully requested WARD & MAY. of the above manner any

: Sale-A quuniity of pccie :apply ul e Merchant Tailor '; to settle with the Subscriber fir with Mi r. N. B. liepaiiing done in all the above articles asu which will! induce branches those at short notice work, and done at prices 5O Dollars Keward.
:: For: 110ru of WM FRANCIS, ?OULJ -Kpecifuiy! inform the ciliz. nil e f Oarnoclian during the leas on. 'ual. 42 may 15 him a call. to give
Country orders
I.I I 't Tallahassee and its promptly aUendcd to oT
rf that hue
sep 11 7 Monroe tlwt. vicinity he J. B. BROWN, ostciiliofer & DavieS N. B. Paints of all colors read from ihoPlantatios
prepared and
-. returned from New York with), a frctii supply of Aicnt Apalaclucala Land Company. COIfllTIlSSlON AIEItCIIAN mized for use. 'I'. B.) CLARKE. >'cr in Gailsdea counlji

lOTICE. and off. Cloths Cassitnrrca and 'eetinge of the ncwClil"Iylo t Office aUAIr. E. Barnard's, Taliahiasbec.jaii4 NEW ORLEANS.REFERENCES. Feb IS 29 tf 1JUNAWAY Boy,

THE | and Uit flnest fabric, which he pledges In I : 22 .-H. Bond Esq William, George
cash .
sale low for Gentlemen' fine black For Sale
those call him to have made ,
that tllCn"'rat
on in Jtfesurs. Bel
up NOTICE. Ion & Fisher, I last, is about -a
Beer and Russia Far HI.GonlUmen's and Isrly's I. To the and it HANDSOME LIGHT BAROUCHE, with
fashion. fastidious
I plense gay [ Kerr & A .
my absence from the Territory, JAS. Kirkicy, made rather a doa*
% Cap.Tr&reflingTrunke, do. JiagsTsavcl; J- DURING harness complet for two horses, by
the Subscriber! has R.R.
employed Pilgrim who
II. and JOHN \.A.AGTJ.E auth Tallahassee. 'cast look when fiddles with his left baai
Val .re my i- spoken to,
ling *_us and good Clolhs Ccci PortLenn.Feb.8. WM.
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;[ mere and ready made Clothing.IlorJIIn will give his undivided attention to the cutting d agonlii. p KERR. Messrs. Molyneuz, Withcrby, 4Co.. Livcrpoo 0 nT. and once belonged l I. Mr. Harvey and had plcuti
DenarimenLTaftahasaee 23th 1840 Afarrl. 23. It40. | Strayed, 'if
; may 44 33 clothing.
L. CARLTON.TaUaliiwee Oct. Mill ISB9. h : Walker's! Mills ebout the
Lust Notice. FROM of April Willum is about 25 ef six (edt adga,.
4 N.>T. 22d, 1839. Notice.T Sorrel yean age
Notice.TIIE HE Co-Pa rlnenhip hsretof.ne, ezisiing intben.meoISTEWART ; ALL persona indebted to the Estate of T. M'I. Mole with a blue in the face'2nd his knees talher beads back when standing ereet
i 4. ; For .ale or leBr Subscriber intends residing ia New Or. BARNARD, beinp ,deceased are required to come forward 1 of a bay color, with a scar on his loft t'beek has a pleasant countenance and reads and write
nOTE Commission Merchant. Cot and settle without further and was bout 6 years old. liberal reward 1 well. It is he ui/l for Nortk CU*
aa a Any dissolved by the death of the senior partner, all delay, and all to whom will be for the supposed make
a"ommCioll', recently oupi.l.b* ton consigned to him will be thankfully received person indepted to the Brit are requested to make the Estate is indebted will hand in their claiiia for them given Walker's delivery ofun. or both ol I ofina.

.: rO "lon given 11 and orders fur the purchase of provisions, Ac. immediate ,elll.ment. and all li&ring claim wil adjustment or they will be barred. Tallahassee., at Millsor Capt John Myrick's, I will give |5i foreaeb.it..curtdsol tut ftt

lo the undenifned, wifl be promptly attended to, when tit meani i lbfuteist.d. please present the same.E. A M ALEXdNDER.adlftr. near E. C. WALKER. them, and all reasonable charges paid for tbsir da*

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; r!; f GEEAJHN. iff i tf 6 Tallahasite J]''y H, 183. 49 tf Markl.ItrilHi, laco Jf .. Harness, &e.complete. Apply to WEST..

I aug21 WM.. H. FRANCIS. Ant 11, 1340.

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